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If W p.m. o. , lmvtnz New Orlfann t 4 ta p.m., rtiTf tit But St. Loni, 7:1'! r C hn- tirni.T:!"; MiwWrpl Wr, 7:"t UUOJti, (tonln, fcfO; Grand Bay, J:Si; Wul.iU, 1U.13. OOJSO WEST. Ko.3, luarlnn Milil it f.:f' .m., nr- Htm nt limun isay, anus i UmMil Cttv, 7:J,lJ I'hm I. liUHtian. .oc, JUv ft. :15; X'iw Orlenim, IH:4?. Vn I I. v1lll Moliilf nt 4:10 UDi., r tiros nt Ormidltoy. 6;Ut'; Eatt PunciK""'". tfXH O'tnii Hprinz, Itiloxl, !:-; Mi ipil Cltv,ti:W; Phm lirlstian, "A; lint t. Loiu,l:Jt rw urmann. i":""- Xi. 8 nd it ton only nt almvenUtion. titept on hiiuU.iy, wbeH the' linini will tiP at U Matioua. by il'l"'n8 ttb tf,nt l F.jt Piisvtitnntn ti' krt may t Kinrwl tnrt Imsg" hkel tliMngh to nil principal point jortn o t w. (tliiii)! untneirnt nntii to have tlirio fui vHiilt'd frnni tLi'tity. COAST TRAIW L-nrinc 'yt.!!i t 3.-C5 .tn. nmren nt Wohir. I.atnling nt 4:V. Fowl Rivr 4:. tit Kluio 4:41. Urifid Hay 4:.".."), Mmriiy 6:10, Eh1 l'HHCHgoulu fu-:t4, Vtflt Pn 11 tiui 6:4:1, Del r'olit.iin C:H, O.run .viritiKt fi:ir., Ililoxl ti.St, DinTnir d:;U. MwiMippi City C;44, So.-tt 7:00, I'm UriKtinu :W, lli-nilernu'ii Point 7:P, UltV ft. l.oni 7:i, NiilioljKin 7:W, rtve- l.iu.l 7;:il, Totilme 7:41, ClnilMiVun :o-I, Luokmit ;(X, liinleln 8:12, I.okc Cutlier Inu ; ( hef MftiH ur ?s i:, Mirlmnd f:n, !i;U7. Umtiily Oil's roiiti-'hartrain Jiinctloii (MI.Nkw tirlcaiin U;'.!1' R.m. LmtIiib Son Orlrn t :fc.r)0 p.m. nr- lirm at l'oiitrhurtialn Junction t 4 p ni OKiilil y 4:0.'), hut 4:14. Mirhaml 4.1K, Clwi' .Mi'iilinr 4: J I, Lk atuinn -oi, li'tit 6:09, Lookout bui). (. luiliornn h:ii T011I1110 &;J7, W?clud .:l.r, Xifhol'n :.p0, Hay M. Ion'" hit, llfiiilerwin Point C:Wi, rM " v Jin ftiMi. fcott C 1. Xliwisnippl Cit ftSStnvoir fi: II, liiloxl k'J (k.-aii HprltiM 7:U", H:ll I oikhuio ';15. Vt pMCHaonU 7:31, Fiixt l'mwa- K'MiU 7:4", Muitay 7;jH, Uiund Kv fc;lG, t-Aint Klmti 3:31. Fowl Rivrr8:45, W.-l.li n l.aiiditnf 8;&7, Mobile i p in. IAS. n. im.M.i. 1 Aet, mm ntmmtmmm LOCAL PARAUUAriiS. Tr.v us on job work. Lecture Monday tiljilit. Wt'iithor nomewhat like HI) III nut lime, onee more. Automatic copying lead pen- riU Ht Wiikus &Co'. b'dnro mid lefienlnnt'iil t tlio courthouse next Monday night. Ho sure and ntteud. Wo note that tie eiilerrirUing flitn of Messr. IJ. Krelw & Son me just in receipt of a large nml complete stock of new goods. Last Tuesday the resilience of Mr. Win. H. rinuecan, at Miwdn- wppi City, was destroyed by fire. The fire wns Accidental. Loss about $ 30i)0. Sevtr forget tlio "Old Ilelia- Ue" Bill Masters, Esq., wbeu you want to take a ride, or want nuy Uuliug done. lie Is always 011 hand with his hacks and horses. For the past week train from the eastward hava all been delayed, caused by water bcingover t bo track nhout ten miles east of Mobile on the Mobile and Moutzomery divinion. Mr. E. Dcas' wharf 011 the Front hut been completed to the length of 100Q feet, lleeipects to extend it 2-4 feet further in the oaj't which wilP give a. depth of water sufficient for sloops and email boats to lund. Mr. Samuel K. Mayers, former ly with Messrs. J. Pollock & Co., of Mobile, in now connected with the commercial arencv of It. 0. Dunn & Co..of Sew Orleans. We received a pleasant calljrottt him yesterday". Mr. J. Blalack will open hifjr, and it is a treat )ust to be able """"hi mm res ao rai t, at 3 uf Point, about the v 20tb inst.Ue will bfl located i a tho ,fwo try hottro bntween BliufSr'a atoro nd shoe-factory, and intends keep- Hi The new advertisement f Uatten & Ovtr-trect, Chris tian, will ! f.iiinil in tbi issue. They are proprietors of th Bve 1 1 live, Mini fio:a t lie way tLy have j been disposing ot groci-iies, they i seem to t- as busy U-e. Give i them a cull ami you ill be pleased ! ... : I ' our friend, Mr. W. W". Blaetinan, tho projri-tor, says lie want to see all of bis M friends and cua tomer, and as many new ones as possible, call on him. Fresh mesl, giits, corn, bran, etc., always 011 hand. Bead Lis akf ttiseine-t in another column. An opportunity ta make 1.100 is offered io our advertising col umns of to day. Mr. L. N. Iantz ler offers the above reward for the 11 r re t of Ibe villain who set fire to his saw-mi!! ut Moss Point oil the night of the 2Sih ult. We hope lb? scoundrel umy be arrested and theu sent to the penitentiary for twenty years. Messrs. Carey & Laurendine 0 ill open to day a large and new stock of gentlemen' clothing something fine and chea new spring dry goods, hats, shoes and fresh groceries. Their placi ot business is on Delmas avenue, op posite this olliee, where they will be pleased to receive the calls of their old and new customers. Last JYiday night tho bar room of the Barnes hotel ut Mis sisippi City was entered by thieves and robbed of liquors, a breech loading hbot gun, it filter watch, and .' in cash. The loss amount ed to about f 12"i. dipt. Cole says alt hough he was iu the neighbor hood at tho time of the robbery he had nothing to do with it. His jailor refused to let him out that night. Mr. Win. E. Mickle, proprietor of the New Era poultry yards, ut Mnbilc, keeps for sale the finest breeds ot chickens, 1 111 keys, geese and ducks, and also eggs tor set ting. He has the Plymouth Rock, Light Brahma and Leghorn chick ens, bronze turkeys, white china jtvese, etc. lie sells turkey egy at ? per sitting nntl i-uicketi eggs at Write Mr. Mlekle if jou nced auj thing in this line. Next Monday night there will be a lectuie delivered at the court house, by liev. Jr. West, for the benefit or lie .Methodist church here. The subject is: ''The Mound Builders of the Mississippi Val ley." In connection with the lec ture the Indies will have ice-cream, cukes, lemonade and other refresh ments. The object Is a worthy one and a large attendance is an ticipated. Improvements are still going on in our town. Mr. Ben Valverde nml Mrs. Pol have their new store house nearly completed, and will soon be ready for business. Mr. Stcmpcr's house is finished and he moved in this week. The cupalo ou the Methodist cbuich has been erected and the building covered over tind floored. Carey & Lan readme' new warehouse is neaily completed. Mr. A. O. Deltnus is having his residence painted, and other signs of prosperity greet the eve on every hand. Mr. C. 1). Moore, traveling agent for the sale of Mr. M. A. Dees' patent Fly Brush and Chan delier, left, yesterday for Bay St. Louis in tho iuteiest of his busi ness, lie will canvass the coast towns coining back this way. We have seen these fly brushes itr use for some months ami can eonu- dently recommend their use by our citizen?. They are the best thing of the kind wo have ever seen used, and no family who has . . ..in .1 .. -.:!..... ever useit iirem win 00 wiuiuui lliein. Katice to PwbHc. There will bo a meeting at the colored Baptist church, at Moss Point, Monday evening, ihe 11th lust., ut 7 o'clock, for the purpose ot discussing matters about the building of the colored school. All are respectfully invited to attend. ClIAS. S. COLLARD. 8tanrtnril of tlrtErtgtfsliLansimge. OiirClmreh Paper, New Market, V. Webstei's Unabridged Diction ary i commended tho English World over tor its excellence. Wherever vou find English speak ing people "there you find Webster. Euglaud has produced nothing eoenl to ft. and iu American it is IblV standard. 1110 ninsiraiiono ..... . ........) fnr afii-iirncv Hlld 11 II in The new edi CO 10'OK IIIIUllll II. tion has 1K lage, 3(I0 cngrav ings aud fotir pages colored plates. Its able and TJompretieusive urum tions area library in themselves a tbefituVliJ of animnnded trca- IS IU IU ll't'S ami CUtMIB. I i i . . nns been one of unusual ectteme:it -The Grand Bay Grist MiiU an- i U11a actiuty, ud the record fill !' "J 0i"iui,S''illa''l!imtWoretbaB tie usual snace al- fRlMLS AM) CASUALTIES A Weeks Ecortl of the V ?.6u! Two Sb.p E-imd-Deid 5tj Fatiad TWing- u tie Eicr-A Seiinct- 1-J Fisticuff- lers CowM&i. Thu luivt rL uriiiitiit fill r t ill him : - - - i . . . lotted to town ot our size. Geii trully our tow u is quiet and order ly, nd exerything goe along har mouioiuly, Imt the p.-.st week is in e xcrptiott to the general rule. To twgiu wi'li the beginning, ou Thurs day afternoon of last week the body ot a DEAD NEGRO was found floating in the liver near Bellefontaine Imyoo, about a mile sImivc the railroad bridge. The coroner held an inquest over his body, and upon las k rson were found a pistol, razor, pocket knite, eight dice, a ,iece of lione and a copKr cent. His name could not be asceitaiued, but it is supposed he is the man who was drowned ott the m Ik oner Seahorse a mouth or so ago. His body wa buried iu the marsh near where it was found. On Siiluid.ty, night, 2d iust., th Austtiau EAEK TEVEKE WAS Hl'KXF.D to the watt r's ede. She was ly ing iu the bay at the east end of Horn bland, loading ut tho time, and had In her hold 11X1 Mirks ot square limber. The fire wnsraused I by the explosion of a coal oil I lamp which was hanging iu the cabin, and occurred about 12 o'clock at night, ihe Tevcro was built at (Iravitsee, Austiia, iu 1872, was formerly named Tebro, and had her name changed In 1871 to the Tcvcre. .She was in command ot Capf. Oladlelich, was a 420 ton Vessel, and was valued u( 11,(XM. She burned oat clean, nothing be in g left wr the hull except the planking ami metal sheathing. The hull is still afloat and was towed iu Tuesday. The officers and crew eseaied. Sunday night A DUTIfVETY took place on the Front between Mefcsi. Thos. Percy and William Thompson, during which the latter ivirived a dangerous cut in the left side and another light cut in Ihe light shoulder. Percy was ar rested and brought before Squire O. Randall, at theconrtl.Miui o on Monday, and was scut to j iil to an; it further developments of the wounds inflicted, us the one in the side was considered dangerous by the physician. It is supposed Thompson was cut with n pocket knife. Percy received a severe blow on the face, supposed to bae been done by Thompson with a bottle. As the case was not inves tigated we relrtiin from going into details a to the cause of the af fray. m IX A Kinv. Monday morning just before the arrival of the 11:14 u.tn. truiu five white young men and a young ne gro, coal black, became involved in a fracas 011 the platform, and had several rounds with their fists and stiets. The young men are from Mobile, and we believe came out hero to work in the canning factory. They cursed the negro, and the negro cursed them, which diveisity was kept up for a few minutes, when they jumped the negro. He stood his grounds until ull hands were separated by Judge Randall. No arrests were made. Monday night the indomitable JOSEPHUS BPAEEXnElttt and a man by the name of Cooley got into a fight on the Front above the old hotel, and Sparcnbcrg got slightly cut In the shoulder. Joe wa not born to die by the knife or pistol, and is a hard uiun to kill. No arrests in this case. Wc also learn tliat a negro man WAS crnvilluKi) by Mr. Ed. Blalack, the negro bav- . , . . I ! ... 1 , . ing insulted nun, out count mn leurii the particulars. JVf.f ' EASTER EGO) I VES, for dyeing eggs, silk, feathers, wool, ribbons, cotton stockings, etc., nt CmimEY'B. Seashore District fcecoiul Itotiud. Weat Paw-aionla, t Mt.Pleasant, A pr. 9-10 (Hominy, at 11 ro., uiciuuriul of Mst.tr Anry Hoborta. ) Whittiucton, at Whit Plains. .April 83-24 IVarlinilion, at Pciirlinjrtou May 7-8 lliloxi, at biloxl ...May ll-lb Enat Pawnxnnla, at Ziou May 2 1 -if! Mima Point, at Mosa Point. ., Ay Ufi District Conference at Aoss Point, May 27, 8 and !. We oxpi'ft to hiivn two (onnolis er day at the tlistnet ooimwiea one ai- 11 a.m., one at 7:30 p.MJ. Tbit roulVronce wlllnieotat i s m., ndjourn for It a.m. w-Tvion, and hold au aunrunon smwion. T. K. Vyrht, P. E. Copvins lrnt w- Wilkes , Co.''. lSlALTlES.im t II II wiitey Haifa ted AND TO SOLD AT CLCSE FIGURES FORTH CAS I -OUR- NEW STOCK OF Spring & Summer GOODS, CONSlSTINt; IN PART OF DRESS GOOD , LalieY, LZisscY ari Cailixsz's SPRING HATS AND BONNETS, Triiumr t an I l iitiiinuird, and of tlnr UU'fl t , Cheap and Fine Flowers, Bridal and other Wreath, P.iidal Illusion, Brussels Net, RiMiutis, Laces, Hosiery, Ha ml kerchiefs, Buttons of all kinds, Fans, Parasols, and a thousand other article too uumeions to mention, but sufiiee it to sav that our little stote Is completely jammed and packed fioni top to bottom with new goods, and it you wish to get the nul worth of your money, be mho to give us a call. Gso.W.WilkesSsCo. Scraiitou, M11., March II, '.--l. Moss Point Items. 11 Y DOCTOIt. A few Aptil fools. We hear of several new dwell ing houses soon to be erected. Our mail roiite from Mosc Point to LoakenviMe is iu a deplorable t'oudiiion. The Mound Builders of the Mississippi Valley," at the court house, Monday night, lltti. .. Our new bakery is about ready for business, and Mr. Cook, the proprietor, any look out for bis advertisement iu next week's DEM OCRAT Si AU. Tuesday night about 8 o'clock our town wh again startled by the r, hi rm of fire, which, from the bright light 1n1.de, every one could see was somewhere in the vicinity of licHiuct's mills. It bower ptoved to be a negro cabin ou the point of the island below the mills, nml apart 1mm the general scare 110 harm as done. Dr. Thos. S. West will deliver n lecture at the contthouse tit Scran- Ion next Monday night, 1 1 1 It iust. His subject is the " Mound Builders o." the Mississippi Valley," which is a very interesting theme. Dr. West is a fine orator, and we advise all who desire to be enter tained and instructed to attend. The proceeds of the lecture will go to'vntd finishing tho Methodist church house there. Rev. S. J. Bingham and wife Inks this method of expressing their gratitude to Mr. fit. A. Dees for one of his combined tly brushes and chandeliets, w hieb he has kind ly presented to them) and to Mr. C. D. Mi ore, his agent, for putting the same in coinplele working or der. Altera fair tr'al of the (ly brush we are satisfied that it will accomplish all that Mr. Dee claims for it, and take pleasure in recom mending it to all housekeeper. The young ladies of the Metho dist church vrill have a ba.aar Ht Live Oak academy on the evening of tho ljth of Aptil. They will spare no effort to make the enter tainment (ielightful to all who favor them with their patronage. There will also be provided elegant refreshments, consisting of a sub stantial supper, ice-crenm, cake, etc. Remember the worthy object of these ladies is a new church building, and let all t int out fit nxwtc. JEITERSON DAVIS' BOOK. Having been appoiuted by Ihe general agent of the Sta'e of Mis sissippi, Gen. Wirt Adams, as agent 111 Jackson county for the sale aud delivery of the "Kisoand Full of the Southern Confederacy," I am prvpurcd to receive tho names of all who wish this valuable work. The book will be published iu two large volumes, anil sold at $3 per copy in cloth binding and $0 iu sheep. The work will be published this month, and will be sold cxclwticcly to mtlmvibenr, and as the publisher forbid hii.v arrungement with book dealers of any kind, the work can only be had through regularly au thorized agents. Orders for the work resie;tlully aolieiled. M. ). Richmond, Agciit for JacKsoti County. t.Wi anion. April 1381. Ilast'uck (oi at j Items. BY I' i A K L OCCASIONAL. Weather clear :ul ctx! ate riving in 1 i! s ia must' ' tiluees. Cattle and sheep ,' t V ; 1 Uuty tc eat. Tin cold tte.il'i.cr is Hi.: a - cat tui- tuok very bad. ! The late frosts have injured the eitcu crop to some extent. The railroad in eoiilemplatiu:. I from Meiitii ui to New O. leans b.is created rotistoeraote excitement in this section along whete it is ex leelel to run. Sm aro fr let ting further trom Ihe load, liilt others are wishing it wuid.i run near their door, but tor my part I duu'i want it to run ou r me it nor the cuis. Our clever ami polite postmaster, Mr. J. O. Bilbo, apiears to lake up new energy horn tlieeftectsot the httitl winter. 1 see a great im provemcHt iu the works and re paiis o:t hi place, putiug good, iigbtwood ritakes and raps 00 his farm fence, building sheds, etc., ap parently to meet another hard win ter. This is a step in the li-ht di rection. Let others follow his ex ample. A short article on public roads in Hancock county might be of great utility to the oveiseer and ttan-liug public. I iu-v r knew uu 1 overseer to work his road lejoud I the limits ot the law. Ihey in variably fail to woik up to the re j quiiemetits ot tin-law. L -t every I oveiseer take ull his road force hu.I wotk up to t tie limited unm ix r of dajs in a tear and we will have a great deal better roads than we now have, and tliele will not be so many deinamls made tot uppropriat ions. When this is done and one cannot keep his roads 111 good repair 1 think there will be but little hesitancy ia giving a p. propria! ions. Those u ho pay a poll tax alone pay no bridge tax. No matter what the amount ot a 111:1:1' bridge tax is, if lie is not years old he pays a poll, too, and is sub ject to work the road also. (I lie liev e he is not clear of road duty until he is 5o J ears old.) The roads in many places ia Ibis county me iu bad condition. It has be come to be a custom in some places just to evade Ihe law ami not to work the road. Now, let' see whose fault it is. Is it the vork bauds f No, 1 say not. If the orersccr would do hi duty the work hands would be compelled to do theirs; and 1 think ii the -rand j jury would do its duty lite over j seer will do his duty. There is a , law iu foice to inun.-h iieoine tor cruel treatment to 11 at anils, and it is cruel treatment to animal to travel Mime public roads, and de structive 10 vehicles, and not be cause they can't be worked, it is just because they ate not worked. Tv is article is not intended for any particular person, bat it i intend ed lor the general interest of the county. The laws lequtr pood road s and Ihe traveling public hlmiild appreciate overseers' sets ho work ttj to the requirement of the law. Trstitnanli.ls. Moss Poist, Mih., M.uth 31, l-t. Mr. M. A. Dees: Deau Sin: At the solicitation of your trav eling agent, Mr. C. D. Moore, I purchased one of your combined Fly Brushed and Chan deliers; and, after a thorough test, myself and wile ate more inaii pleased with it. We consider no modern riming room complete wiin- out one. Did very low ll e for which yon put I hem np in working order, places them in the reach of all persotH lit moderate ciicumstatices. You de serve the gra itudo of ull house keepers for the invention. .1. M. WE EMS, Pastor M. K. Church tv. 1:1 h, Moss Point. Each one of the undersigned having purchased one of Ihe Fly Brushes and Chandeliers, endorse the above. II. M. ft DAUAC, Men-bant. J. W. CKIFKIX, l.umbi'r Miunifaetiiivr. Being presented by Mr. M. A. Dees with one of his Fly Brushes and Chandeliers, and having tested the same, 1 cheerfully endorse the above recjomtneudaliou. S. J. BliNtiiiAvr, Minister Presbyterian Church. Mosa Point, April , 1881.. Biloxl Items. HV DON JI A.X. Oysters still in demand ; quanti ties arc being shipped daily. If dame rumor is collect iu her statement the marriage belli will soon be heard. We notice Mr. Geo. Robertson ha lately added new improve, ments to hi haudsoluo property on the Phkb toad. Ou Tuesday, April 5, Mr. St.Cyr Fuyard was joined in the noiy baud of malrimo iy to Miss Clara Caillavet, the Rev. Father Cheva lier officiating. Mr. Harrison has a neat news depot 011 La incuse street. Those 111 ouest of reading matter cni have their wants supplied by giv ing him u call. The condition ot Toiter' alley at tha bridge 1 very find, and tie mauds the attention ot the street commissioner, A fow load of shell could bo very judiciously used about that bridge. A lew days ugo a utrangcr a young gent leuiau came to the res- iic!;ee of cer worthy mayor. There it tejou tii in that bu li.M, tor, t Lou "h blessed with eer;! fund some daughteis, no son h.id mad his ap4-ardiice until liie advent fit the sti -ner. We coiigiatill.ile ft .end Willie, for ve know Im is llll'.V. I scKAXTiX j J 'iKCUTOull iOwm and Grist 2yillv j fMrttsmia, (S. r.ui..i f. O.) .tfj. j tniiN.CuKX H.il l! .l;IT.s, MEAI. I mil lit.AN '! ban l.nt itrlivriMt at tbr ib "t. at utt.r u iu ena m iy tn-rr ol.taiu.-.! ' Ailorib-r frma puit.t aim. 4 th Eai. j road promptly i!U.d. and i n-i tfully UttUU. JUti B. IM.M.V, rn.prit tor. Srrant.i!. April S. !. a -it Fosli.9 Mm, SCUANTOX. MISS., (-.ioh sii! rnilrfadi, JL P. BLALACK, Pioprietor, IVaUr iu Pme Winen. I.iiiuir. Krrnb Ijjv;. r Brr, t'larn, Tobacr. , Eli'. 1 bnn ill ro 1 i on-1 ion with wiy faloon an ov.itrri-taiiil.whrr I will aopply ruMniu ert with the bri leh oTsIn-. at but b.M.r. " K. P. !!i.Al.ACK. Jiov. li. t-i-O. 31 ly V. V. . I'AHKY. J. W. LAI ItKMOIXK. li lma Avriiue, j Siranton, ... .Tli4w linb n in I DRY GOODS NOTIONS,! Fresh (JriM-cni's ami FceilJ Cmiuiil t.ootlit, Tinvarr. ltaidar, and j ruryttiina; eo-.un i ti'd lib a KtKST-l'ljtsit Stock, w l.it b will b sold low down for t!i I'ifb. t I? Al Viir-, Liiinero, Ah-, etc Give ; n a rail and fi lor yoiliwlvra. j J.vinnrr 7. -l. 4 My ' ATTENTIOWT F. BECI1T, Tonsorial Artist, I'.lSCMUlt ( ItKPDT). .V.S.i. With NEW CHAllts, Nw K.iors, tc be will lie Imppy ' atti-ud b. old cn toiiiriw and iniu.v m-w 11111. .Suppjrt tbf ikmo hat-.Stak uml. vuur barber. Ihiil Cntling :i" rrnla SlniTins .1) ' Si,ni'r,oii: " Hair ilivotu. ....10 " 14..iit:u be d.ved .SO " ly llii. tVli-brah-d lloyt'a 0.nimn Co always on baud, and tho Ik-sI Hair Oil. I'ur tutif rlii iii'. .Inly ii, 1" IVly The Hiversidc ! Pi. i.mas i;i;vf, hp. Wr have jn-t built a lirw torn and 1 (MM iii il iti tlir riTir, ui'nr 1 if 1 mat nnil, ai new and c'in:i!te s.i k f . GI1NKRAL Ml.K( ilAMUSK i,Ninxr. of Dry ( iooli, rVotloris, ! t rwrnia. Shm-. ( l.itliinj. ( nx-leryware, l imits. ii. Itrnibi-s and rn :m! Slnjii ' bamll-i-v. ail "f wbitb v. ill bo si.ht as ti.ll aud sM..i.r t k nrfrr piin-liasiiis elsrwbiT.. I'onutry pnMluee nluie tk'ii 111 rx tba..sc t. r (tt"Mis. S r-nr.in. M:... Nov. ft. Ishii. II. litll 11. r. Minis. (1 KRESS & SON, EAST PASC.UJOI LA, MIAS., Ii abas in ry Q002S HHP fjoiiONS, CLOTHING, Boots and Shoes.' Family Groceries, FF ED, 1 1 A R I) WARE, TINWARE WINKS. LIQUORS, BTC. Niubi st n.aikrt price raid for .Conntrj , -M,i,r. Isnnnrv 1 1 . 11. 4 l-l v Lot for Sale ! I offer for sale an rliible buildiiis l"t ... ...... : .. 'I-l. .. on Krlts avi-une, tscraoroii, aiisb. titt is lixix'.'iiO litft, under now picket fence, and is about 1 yards northriMt of the lailroiid depot. For further pari icu hirs, addi-en f. I). HKCHT, etraiitou, Alios. HOTELS. T. JAMES HOTEL, EW ORLEANS, LA. After having ln'ii put in 1 i.irph-!' re pair is now open to the pitldie, The nil ibrHii:ii.'d is In 11 nwnm Hint 1 Ir.-fu rooms, good table and ai riot attention to ciinsts i noeesonrv to insure snceess. Terms liiitdeiate. J. 3. LOGLEY, Prop'r. tH tttbt i s, Jnsi. . . .-li ly Montross i louse, BILOXL MISS., i. J. !T1 011 1 r !. Trop'r. l'irst i hiwi iu .ill its np(iointment.s. One nf the tinsel and her.ltlitcKt lueahoiis on tha Enko Shore, with Spleildid view of Eukn nml Forest. Fislihig, liiuiliiig and bout in n ot the lincst description. TerniH reasonnblo. Spwial rates to fam ilies. For fmtUor particulars, address 1 J. MOMTKOS8. Aug. C, IVQ -tl Npengkr House, The Only IEoti'1 1'p-Town. OPEN ALL NIGHT.MOpfo!ttlisCnpitol.) KiMiins reuovatsd, repaired ami furnish ed with new furniture throughout. .Unesta (iiia chootoi ttto Atbericfto or Fiuvonean plan. t VNon l!Vt polite and attentiva ser vants employed. Sample ItiHiuia litlod np pppecially for comtnerohil tueu. lITFreo Hack from and to alt trains, tiny and night. Tonus, ii pw daV. Vh011 you come to Jaeksou aint want a Kiiuue nienl and clean 1I, stop at tha Hpeliglor Hiome, .. CltlUfl. Itt.NCKEE, ' Manager. Mnreh ft, t-o, W- vjii r.jixr. Morrill H Ilcrritt, L'.it I'aM.iigow'a, MU, PttrtLfr cl t-l yyn of, ' ; ' Urnn and Njhh Timter, l'. n. Addn-s tit-: roix'T, xt. !.,. 71 4tm -Drusrsrlst and Apotliecary, Mu;S I'Orei. MISS, Dmi kr ia . Paints, (tits Dre-Stiiff-. Totbt Art:iU- Caiid.cft, tialdeu .Vrd, 1'KltJ, Wiudw j'.M,'tC. N-le p.-ut f Jjrkm eimnty for tk liiilmau .s Pad tud mcdiciur. ixt.3. l-'J. 2-tt HAND & BLUMER; MOSS I'M XT, MISS., Mamif v lnrr f STEA1 ENGINES' GANG ANDCIKCULAU Saw fJ.il Is, Brass and Iron Castings, FOKO IlNijS, ETC.' Anicrirnn Tn il Drill t'o.V Ctltbrnled Emtry lVhtrl; Tor Gumming aud Shariwniu; Saw a. Taps and Iiea, larhinit' FnrnUliinss.' to., dits l'ipc and (ins 1 illins, alt aianiH ('.Its and Xku, from Incb to 1 J iubts ; Kni'iH-r and Lrathrr IWitiug, etc. All woik til onr liue. done as rhrap as cau 1 don foutli. Monthly paynu-Dla. rwtiirrd, and pi'ir.j no di-vlataiu frm tins rnh. Puioipturss, dispatrh ami low ratrs is onr motto. June 11,1 s-o. 12 ly illinery -A1L- I wish l fH lb attention of the toilv lie to lbs f-t tl'st. in addition to r.y al rrady very In g stock of DRY G'OODS, NOTIONS, And LadirV (fusts of all kinds, MI'S. IlLUMKIt lias n-otnrd ffl.lllinCr" aOQ WreSS-IUaiUnif I . . jsiaoubuineut, Entirely a tpaiale from lbs store, Mid hs' si-lecteii her atix k of l illinery OimvIs in iwrmii in New Yoik.and will r-eeive them constantly, fresh ami f I bo latest atyUs nud designs. Mine. Demomst'i n-lialils pattrrns alwav 011 hand, v , ' ' , - .jw ifsmm. Proprietor of tho 1isiippiKloaniTaiiVrf And Shofl lianufaotory, Mts pOIT, MI.sSlS.sIPP!, , lii dealer in GLVEniL.TIIlHtHAMMsil:. llavili.'UiV shoe factory fljfaiu in I'nli niratiin, i have ort-lied a bwR sbiM stun-, w here sbo -a will be s,tl at factory piie. s. and any person w inliin a pair of liei)'t, bome-uinde 6hovs at retail can.get llieiuat r'v k-ttiin iniees. All 1 sh'a is a tria'. Come aud couvince yuiuacll. Sept. VI. 7jdy MI.SCELLANEOVS. ULDTAN'O Hsra Kills liny Si. Loui. 15 ., sow Jy nil on: ratio t'nxiunTfs, Jena,' V la ii ii eh, h'al. Ulaukrls, -AN D - 4 1 her Woolen Uwih - i t ... - - t'mili! lie plensod to h' vi merchants in weed ot the nlinvo gondi ompare them ia mice and quality w UU those mutle furthot horn home, and if lotmd a good, and a Hitler C llKAl'Eli, 1 would U glad to b favored with orders. 1 have p.ociircd tha boat akillntl labor that Could lie found, and as I have many, fui'ilitiea for nutoufaiitnHnx in this ulaco, I Intend t turn out HOMErt'l GUOUS.aa CHEAP. IK NOT CHEAPEH, tbau they cau be. had JJortb r East. - AVuiman.': .4 li"ii - r!! r.2oss roiarCalicry. 1 hereby announce to the publie that I have hoi sold my Bakkhv kw Ucsiness, and 1 propose to still cairy ou lbs Imsi. nesa to Ha fullest eiteut. I will keep UnrAti, Caxks, PiMsand Kol.LStm baud at ad times, ami solicit a eimtinnmco of lUo pulilie juttmnux. Onluts pioiuptly til let! at the lowest rates. J, !.. LA MAM, Musi Point, March 4, Vt, iJMm M a tip tOCUyi,.t.lilICUt... ifcUH-fa.