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r. c. annas. v. a. kioimosb P. K- MAYERS & CO., rEOPEIETOS?. FRIDAY, 1) -'3, lSd3. Coast Tirae-Tabls.L & N. R.R. TJatil forth nettee PMM(C trains the L. end N. railroad will arrive and depart m fallows, raaaing by standard ti ma, which ia th am as New Orleans ttBMt oora ifT. Ne. 4 Leavieg Nww Orleans at i0 a.m. arrive at By Loaia, 10: : Pa Chrietian, 10:45; Mississippi City, 11:1 -Joii. 11:30: Ooeaa Springs, 11:39; Bcr.a tea, 114; Oread Bay, 160; Mobile, 1 pav Ha. S Leaving Ratr Orleans at 6.-00 pa arrives at Bay ht. Loaia, Ti&O; Pas Chris tie, M5; Mississippi City. 6:45; Biloxi, lOu; Ooeaa Springs, fr.15; 8eranton, 9:50; OraadBay, 10.4 St. Elmo, 10:37; Me Mia, 11:40. . Commeneiag December S5, trata Ko. 3 .will slop only at St. Elna, Grand Bay, Reraatoti and Bay 84. Loaia. Ooi Wssr. Ko. J Leaving Mobile at 6:00 a.m., ar rives at ScrenUm, 6:!.. Ooeaa Bprinr 6:55, Bilexi, 7:04 Mississippi City, 7:, Pass Christian, 7:47;. Bay Bt. Loaia, 7:50. Ha Orleans. 10:10. Ko. 1 Leaving Mobile at 4:15 p.m., ar rives at Grar-d Bay, 6:10., fcbranton, MJ, Ooeaa Spring. 6:18., Biloxi, 6:3, Mie eiwippi C'ltv, 6:53., Pass Christian. 7:2, Bay ht. Louia. 7:35 New Orleans; 9 6 . No. 9 and 3 atop at Graud day ia lies of tbe eoach attached to the freight train, which haa been diaeon tinned. LOCAL NEWS. Writ it 1834. New Tear! day was dull. We Warn a miaqaerado ball will be giveu iu Mob Foiiifc at an irly day, Ytntertlay was the coldest day of tbe season. The thermometer was down to 21. Tills being leap year, the young ladies have tbo adruutage of the young dicii. Holiday-school at Bcranton academy Huuday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. All are Invited to attend. Dr. B. F. Dendou will preach la Bcranton next Sauday night at 7 o'clock. All are iuvited to attend. DeSmcfi mills were not shot down daring tbe holidays, bat were ran night aud day during the en tire eel'. Bobbins ' hare been plentiful this week. Last Sunday was ieiit by a number of our citizens shoot ing tlieiw red -breasted birds. -Tho revenue cuttor 8eward is laid Dp tor repuirs. The Uulf City (saudry was awarded tho eonlrnct for repairing the machiuery. ' Mr. Win. Griffin brought to oar office last week the boss turnip ot tho season. It measured 2)1 in cbos in circumference, and weigh ed 8J poands. Qardeuiug has been com tvenoed by some ot onr citizens. We learn that a number of our people will plant largely of early beans tor Bhlpmcii'. -There was not an accident of any kind from fire' works in our town during tbe Christmas holi days. For once the toy pistol did not get in its ileadly work. Tbe schooner Mira A. Pratt, Capt. John Y. Morgan, sailed for Tumjiico, Mexico, last Wednesday, December 26th. We erroneously reported her in our last issue as sailing ou the 17th alt. Mr. and Mrs. John ODouoboe, formerly of this place, bat now re siding In Louisiana, spent tiio holi days with relatives at Bcranton and West Pascagoula. They had tbe darling baby along. , , A number of ladies and gen tlemen from Moss Point and Scran ion visited Mobile ou New Year's eve to witness tbe annual parades, flaying returned, they leyort a fine time, liotwithstandiug the in clement and cold weather. We have received the Floral CaMnetJov January, from the pub lishers, 22 Vesey street, New York. Ladies expecting to grow flowers the coming spring would do well to subscribe. Terms, U 25 per year. We bad tbe pleasure of meet ing this week Mr. (ico. Lyman, of New Albany, Ind. Mr. Lyman came South to spend the winter, and is so well pleased with our coast that he expects to remalu - bere some time. , Mr. W. W. Blackman died at his home in Grand Bay on the 24th nit. He was formerly an engineer on tbe N. O. and M. railroad, and for a number of years bad charge bf a construction train on this road. He had lately been on the Texas arid Pacific, and feaQle home very low and filed shortly after as . riving: ' ) It nx" There will be Divine services ia the MetboOiat and Presbyterian ebsrebes at Moss lViut, Sabbath, at 11 o'clock a.m. The bw min ister will ofikute. Mr. C. M. BUbee, tbe Lrrvprea aible and wide awake commercial tourist, gave us a eall one day last week, and seemed aa happy as a big sun flower. He represents the New Orleaus boose of Bryaa & Stratton, grocers; T. J. Quintan, bataand straw goods; and M. L. Uudgins & Co, tobacconists. , , Mr. Robert L. Beam and wtfe,of Washington, D. C mother aud father of the celebrated sculptures! Mrs. Viiine Ream Hoxie, are in oar town and stopping at Mr. J. T. May bury'a. Mr. Beam is the United Stairs special ageut, examining swamp 'and overflowed lands in Mississippi. He has been in the State siuce last June. There is much eomplaiut sbout the maotigeroentj of the Bcranton postoffice All we ask is that the postofflce department at Washiug tou send ait agent bere tc investi gate the office. Evideutty there is something wrong somewhere. Let tbe inVeatigation be made, as tbe eomplaiut ia general. Sainton's Story-Teller, as its name implies, comprises short atj rios to tbe amount of seven or eight to each number. They are all by standard authors aud above tbe average of newspaper stories. It is published weekly by Bwinton, Barnes & Bwiuton, 20 Lafayette Place, New York city, and is cheap at ten cents per number. New Year's day tbe wind's came out strong from the north west, and by night tbe thermome ter bad fallen several degrees, aud tbe weather was quite cold. Wed nesday morning there was plenty of ice in exposed places, and tbe thermometer stood at 26. Up to the first the weather bad been mild and pleasant. Board ot supervisors of Jack sou couuty will meet at tbe court house ri'eit Monday aud organize for business. This board, with the exception of one member, Mr. D. McDonald, will be composed of en tirely new material, and we believe the members will admiuister connty affairs in safe and satUlactory man uer. In this bude will be found tbe advertisement of Henry Uanierson, No. 32 North Kojal street, Mobile, who keeps one ot the best k-s taurauts in that city. He is suc cessor to F. Smith, ami occupies the staud ot the old firm of Smith & Dunins. In couu'ection with bis restaurant and oyster buIooii, be has a private . dining room up stairs for l.uli'8, who will ba waited on at all hours. , The first leap year party of tbe season took place at the residence of Mr. Scott J. McKay, iu Moss PoiutNew Year's night. The in vitation committee was composed of Misses Irene Denny, Jessie Lift wich and Katie S. Gnffiu. There was quite a crowd in attendance, aud the young Lidies were as atten tive to the gcutleniHii as could be. A good sapper aud dauciug were part of tbo enjoyments of tbe even ing. Daring tbe Christmas festivi ties, although our merchants were quite busy selling goods, several of them kindly remembered the Dkmooeat-Stib, aud sent in Christmas remiuders. We especially tender thanks to Messrs. Girard & Lanrendjne, Mr. M. V. B. Carey aud Messrs. Cole & Boster. . The liquors and wines received from these gentleman were of tho finest, aud aided great ly ia digcBtiug Christmas dinners. Again, gentleman, we thank yon. Ticks Floral Guide. Here it is again, brighter and better than ever; the cover alone, with its delicate tiuted background and its dish of gracefully arranged flowers, would entitle it to a per manent place in every home. Tbe book contains three beautiful color ed plates, is fall of illustrations, printed ou the best ot paper, and is filled with just Bach information aa is required by tbe gardener, tbe farmer, those growing plants, and every one needing seeds or plants. The price, only ten ccuts, can be deducted from the first order sent for goods. All parties nuy way Interested iu this subject should send at once ' to James Yiok, Rochester, N. Y., for the Floral Guide. We have been planting Tick's seeds for several years; and know triim nfActical eioerieuce I they are nit that is represented. There are none better grown, ana tuey are sold as cbenp as seeds from any tiouse In tbe United States; C1IBISTIAS TEEES. Happy children, and BeantUol TreesThe Tferk ( Sunday- fk-hooN. During Christmas week among other pleasaut atLiiri and amuse ments Sunday-school Christmas trees formed au important part, and gave children aud grown folks something to Ulk about for weeks beforehand. On Cb rut mas eve the Baptiet Suuday-scboot had a beautiful tree erected ia th Methodist church house, finely decorated and full of presents for the pupils of tbe schools, and for tbe teachers and superintendent. Tbe exercises were opened with a song, then a prayer, after which there were recitations by two of tbe pupils, little Miss Bettie Blake and Master Cohen Iluggins. They both recited se lected poems iu a pretty manner, aud were applauded by the large assembly present. After tbe pres euts were taken off and distributed the assembly retired in a hsppy frame of mind. Tbe Sunday-school at the Sea shore also had a Christmas tree ou Christmas eve, which was beauti fully decorated with presents tor tbe school. Each one of tho pupils received a handsome present, aud the occasion passed off in a most pleasant manner. Christmas nigut the Methodist Sunday-school of Bcranton opened to tbe view of the public a beauti ful tree. Tbe church wus filled with people snd everything passed oft pleasantly. The exercises were opened with tbe beautiful song, M Joy to tbe World, the Lord Is Come," after which prayer was of fered, then another song, and then tbe presents were distributed. Alt tbe pupils received a pretty gift of some kiud, aud many not connect ed with the school received pres ents, some being of a comical na ture created much merriment. A freeh sapply of mince meat, ailt-edn bitter, Dew Jour. Iu barrela and half bar rel, and other choice eroceriea iuit ra- oeieved at Carit'i K. 0F U. ENTERTAINMENT. A Laughable Barlesque Render ed by tbe Knl&hts ol Iloilor One of tbe most amnsine and laughable Aflairs of the Christmas hojidays was tbe entertainment given by tho Kuights of Honor at Academy Hall, iu Moss Point, ou last Friday night the 28th nit. The entertainment consisted in a burlesque iuitiatioi of a candidate into the mysteries of a lodge1, arid then afterward of trying the candidate for exposing tbe secrets of the order, aud put tiug him to death. There were seventeen members of the lodge who took part In the performance, iia follows: Officers Chum Tycoou and Pyramid, Grand Senior Humanitarian, Graud Juuior Humauitauin, Reflected Acieut Rythm, Sublime Secretive Secretary, Right-Minded Bull Dog of the Treasury, and Ckiet Watch Dog of tho Outer Port and Captain of tbe Prelorian Guards, organist, gong beater and eight Pretoriau guards. The initiation of tbe candidate was quite amusing, aud was much enjoyed by the large audience. Beiug a burlesque, tbe whole per formance was as ridicnlous as could be imagined, and even those who took part could not restrain themseves from laughing. Tbe trial, condemnation and execution of tbe prisoner was conducted ou the '"Star Chamber" order, and was well carried out. Tbe perform ers were masked and wore fan tastic suits, which added much to tbe merriment of the occasion. Tbe receipts at the door amount ed to about $05, which will be ap plied to paying a debtor tne louge, after deducting tbe cost ot gettiug up the entertainment. M. T. B. Carey opens the New Tear with a fresh stock of all: kiudv of choice groceries, constating in part of augers of all irrnH enfTAAM. fffMn mptft timiift j " ' oanvaaaed knd nnoanvaased new floor of the beet grade canned goods, and every thins keptin a first-clars houe. Tbeae goods will be sold at a small margin for tbe cash. Mr. C. Kelson ha just returned from New Orleans with s large stock of shoes of all kinds for ladles, men and children A full stock of hay, oats; eorn, bran, cotton-seed meal and all kind of feed at B. B. Thompson's. ir i aa a1 ' now to Avoid Drnkeuness, Forbid Intoaioatlng nostrums and nse rrknr' (linger.. Tonio In yonr family. This delicious remedy never Intoxicates, 1 a true blood and brain food, and aiding all the vital function never fail to in vigorate. Jsa lm A full Ripply of bay, at, eorn, wheat bran, cotton-seed meal nd no bran Just receleedby v M. V.B.Oasi-T. AUADEIY. BALL. Entertainment, Sapper and Rail. Ou the evening ef te 2It o!t. art eutertaiumeut was givea at Academy Hal!, iu Moss Point for tbe purpose of raiding money to purchams a piauo. Th lull was well filled by the peoVo of tbe eofomouity, a ho avemed to enjoy tbe occjsiou very much. Iu our limited space this week it isj impossible Jfor us to notice each ne who took part, but we must add that the singing was excellent ly rendered, aud the performing on tbe piano:waa well executed. Lit tle Miss Alba Pol, of Scranton. ren dered Norma in an admirable man ner, aud was loudly applauded. Tbe 'Little Rebel" waa giveu la fine .styleand alt who took part in this play filled their characters well, aud received tbe applause ot the audience. Aspleudid sapper waa served i after tbe performance .was over, and then the musio struck op aud all who wished bad an opportunity of flipping tbe light fantastic. Tbe management desires to re- torn thanks to Mr. R. W. Liudop for furnishiug musio tor the differ ent sonjrs and for tbe assistance he rendered upon tbe oocaaloo. We are glad to state that tbe school at tbe academy, under tbe superintendeucy of Pro'. Hall is in a flourishing eoudiiioa and that tbe patrons are pleased with him and bis Jable corps of assistants. Tbo next sessiou of tbe school will begin next Monday, tbe 7lh. People mixed cakes, fresh soda erack era aud nie-na just opened at Caret's AJhappyNew Tear to all our patron. Come and see na if joo want tbe bet good at the lowest cash price. Dry goods, groceries, hardware, glassware, toad, etc. Bespevtfwly, 8. V.. ThomMOK, Delates arenas and. Canty street, fseraatew, Mis. Our surmises were incorrect as to the kind of A pressman dipt P. K. of the Pascagonla Demo-CBAT-STiB wanted, a few weeks a?o. His paper is made to say: P. K.doesu't need the assistance of any one in tbe widow-pressing business nor does he need any widows pressed into service on tbe Democrat -Star." Glad to bearofit. We always thought he was capable, consistent and trust worthy in the business, even to the squeezing capacity of a double- geared compress. Summit Sentinel Fresh let of gilt-edgo bntter, pork can sign, N. T. creamery clievac, macaroni, ete Just opened at S. K. Thompson's. Minnie Balhird'in a little poem, pleads t " Wakou me not, sweet trieud, from my dreaming. He would be a "sweet" friend indeed, Minnie, If he wero to commit such a breach of etiquette. When a young lady is dreaming, it is time for tbe young man to put on bis bat and leave. Meteorological Observations. Bangs of thermometer and barometer at Dr. t). Moore's office, Boranton, Mis., fur th week ending Jaa. 3. lrteU; Maximum the' moinetor 70: uiinlmnm thermometer 84 maximum barometer :W.20: minimum barometer 29.SO. lue morning of January 3, thermometer 24 at ti a.m. Half a loaf Is, uo doubt, better than none, but a uewspaper man never gets a chance to loaf at all. Orocerir of all kinds, fresh and good, and at the lowest fflarket prioea, at 8. B. Thompson's. Mr. C. Dorem-,' druggist, Jort Gibson, Miss., write t " Brown' Iron Bitter selling better than any article I ever old.'T It For teed Irish potatoes call at 8. R. Thompson's, If he does not have the kind yoa want he will order them for yon. MAltKIED. WOODCOCK-CARLILES At the res idence of the bride's parents, Vaneloare, Miss., December S3, 1WJ, by Hon. H. C. Haven, air. wm. A. Woodcock and Miss Sarah Carlllea. THOMPSON McFAIfc At the resi dence of Thomas McFitil, in Moss Point, Mis., VnoemberW, 1KI, by Jttiv. Y. K. Bardwell, A'exander Thompson and Mis Louisiana McKail. DIED. TAYLOR Near Handsboro, Mia., Doo. 23, 1883, Kay Taylor, oldest child of Sam- net ana tne late Kacnei u. rayior, agea tea year. , Rightly named was the bright, the beautiful, the charming little Ray, that brought warmth and cheer to all around her. And this dear little girl was that aweet wonder, a ohild-Chnstian. To hor friend and kindred what a gleam ia th darkness bijt not yet. The love anf light of yesterday To-day are love and sorrow, For Faith bnt whispers to new grief The story of to-morrow. And grief forgets again, again ) O, Faith, repeat the story J Earth's wee jera, mocked by prison door,' Be not Ui oater glory. Draw nearer Faith, thy magic core For stricken heart revealing ; t Faith, Faith.jlf thon befriondest not. Where Is the hope ot healing. 11andibort tike. 31, 1883. MARINE; Orrict or thi DunxraAT-STtt, FASCtouCLA, Jaaoary 3, Va-4. Report lur t wrtjks eediag Jan. S. aarivan. Dee!4-AaiKhBV-ik M T-1J, Kurwood, lJti toiM, from Ma, N. Mkiag. Dec 4 Am kg htuckton, AlLn, 415 Waa, from Havana, Cuba, E IvKuwl, Dee it Am sea. l ores H-Hae. !-!, IS tow, tna Tninro, Mrx., arrking. Dec J Am kb 11 BuU.lig. Vosa, lues. from Havana. Cuba, la A H Vm: Dc Mi- No Ik eireeu. Balk. t7 loaa, fraaa Havana, Caba, to DeHaaet. CtSABAMCla. Dee 34 Amstk Mira A Pratt John T. Morgaa, 149 toua, J Tsui pic. Met., with Uo,7U7 sup ft lumber, valawd at $1.1-4, by Drany A ra. Dse M Lean H CotliDghaam, Whitaker, batooa.tor Aspiawall, with S7,179 sup ft luailMr, vsiawl at tclS, by K Debates. TmuuiLS is roar. Nor be Triamph, Olsra, 651 toaa. Nor bk Perl iu, Mareellaa, 455 too. Nor b Svaakca, Haiiaru, 501 tuna. Nor bk Brodeafalkt,IleMHtii, W4 tone. Nor b Ellea Oraut. Lareaaen, aUS tooa. Nor bs VUtiugea, God.ta.lt, SKtl tone. Vt b Confiaace, Martin, 31 1 toaa. Nor bi Minerva, Hsbws, 6ia tuna. Nor b Johanae, Kafea, li-,'7 Iom. Nor bk Freya, Blaaaw, UI toaa. Nor bk Bjura, Olaen, 4)S toaa. Not bk Taenia, Pederaen. 4Jtt toaa. Aa cb M A f'alsom, Rose, sV7 toaa. Swed bk Opbir, ifeilia. 4 toaa. Nor bk Oxa, Dabl, SOS tone. LCMBIB STATIMSTT. Cleared from Sept. 1, t9, to Sept. It KI ) 39t060633 Cleared iBee Sept. 1, I'M 6,931,6V Cleared sine Dec la, 13 13,tM! Total since Sept 1, 7,44560 Mr W. W.Magee, Summit, Miss.. says; I saffered front dyspepsia for two year aad Brown' ,lroa Bitter "completely cured me. It MObS 1"OUiT. TAKE NOTICE. Jack Screws to rent at Una Do lax per day and no leaning, HAND BLUMER, Mos Point, Mis. Dee. 14. 153. 41 tf n.J.vHOLT, Blacksmithing in all Branches Alto Cun and Lock Smith. Qnick dinpeh guaranteed snd charge Rrsidenee next door to Capt Erickson's, JfoasPoft. Nov.il, leWS. 38-ly J. II. & C. P. "TONER Jiloit Point, Mi$i.t Copper, Tin and She t Iron Workers. Steamboat, aawmill and distillery a rk a specialty. Also drove wells. kepairers of tinware, stoves, n rs, etc. All work done promptly and In he beat manner. Dee. T. 1MH3. 40-ly Fire Insurance I E. W. Morrill. Agt,f Liverpool and London and (jilODO ins. to. Office t Most roint, ilisi. Innnranoe on dwelling peolally to licited. Oct. 19. 1883. 33-ly R. POITSVIK. . U. DKLXAt. Delznas Ss Poitovin, Dealer In ' RY fjCQDS MP fjOTiTO Clothing, $hoe$ and llatt, Groceries, Feed. Hard ware, Cigars, TOBACCO, BXUFF, JffTC, MOSS POINT. MISS. A new aud complete stock of all kinds of goods nsnaUy kept in a Arst-class store. Pay the highest market price for all kinds of country produce. Low prices and quick sales Is onr motto. Call in aud ex amine onr goods. Adjoining the store R, Poltevin has fit ted up neat sample room, where all kinds of wines, liquors, beer, etc., can be bad at retail. Oct. 6, '83-31-ly MOSS POINT ACADEMY ! After very successful Fall Session the WINTER TEHXtI -WILL OPEN- Monday,Decemhdi 10, '83, instead of December 17, 18S1, as hereto fore advertised (Christmas holidays trnra 31st of December to January 7), with the following FACULTY t WILLIS B. HALL, Principal,' ANN D. KOOER y MATILDA GUSTAFSON, ' B. W, LIXDOP, Mnai'oal Departm't. .... It Is of great Importance that all schol ars who expect to attend school be pres ent on the first day. There are five Erodes or departments In the school, as follows t , Primary, including first reader and equivalents, 1 per month. Intermediate, including second and third readers, fi per nioulu. Common English, tnolndes third and tonrth reader. U. 8. history, arithmetic. geography and olvil government, $4 per montn. Higher' English mid Mathematics, In olndcs algebra, geometry, botany,soology, philosophy, chemistry aud rhetoric, 1-160 per mouth. . Classical,' Inolndfli ancient and modern languages and their equivalents, It. 00.. Tuition payable at end of each month The patronage, assistance and oo-opora-tionof every eitiaen Is solicited and .re ft nested. IVrwms at a distanoa will And It to tusrr advantage to patrouise this school. Board can be hod near by at . . . . reMonnoie rates. For further partionlars address A. Blu mer, or the umlentgned, . , E. V. OttlFFlN, Prescient, Moss Point, Mirn. December 7, 1863, sepl-S0-tf " THE CASINO'?' , Bar and Billiard Salooii, COSTER & COLE, Propr's, Dealers in Pare Wines, Liqaors, Crgars, Tobacco, Etc. Having ioat saved into ear aew aad large building apposite the enarthoaaa, ww desire to tLutk ear eld caatoser tor their part patraaa-e, aad lavite tbess, st many av oewa, to call aa aw ia ear new th.a everteaeceeaaiodate taeaa. tkraatoa. Muml. May 4, 1KJ NEW VENICE SAW MILl. C. T. IRVING, Proprietor, Would aaaeance.te the pablU that he is psspaied to 111 ardors tat PI. HE AX D CYPHESS LIIXBES At reaaoaabl rate. Ala v ALSO PCOPEIETOK OP tmV7 VENICE AU kind ef Teasels haeled est Firs.es wisstag Tmm1i. liiii toflt, wtfl a Prompt attention paid to all orders. H. KBEBM. II. KREBS & SON, East Faftcaraula, Hliss. Dry Goods and Notions, Groceries,' SHIP CHANDLERS, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Feed, llardware, Tlnnarp, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco, Etc. Highest market price paid for Country January 18, 18KI. THE OLD IP - 0E0. KREKTZ. Frentz & Valverde, Prop'rs, Isfrfum ! Pmt t FrtnlM, SCflANTON, RII83. Vessels of all Kinds Built 0 RepairedF At Prices that Defy Competition, A- d all Work Done with nm i to 'K!T. Tfc. DuUMhol, mmui simsb otkm. twwlr uhm. Um .rCThi. Mi L JLANORETH It SONS.tMd Crwvirsrs, tk li,Fhll.su Notice. Lakd 0nc at Jacksoic, Mist. ) December SI, iMKi. , ) Notice Is hereby given that th follow ing uamed settler has filed notice of hi Intention to make final nroof ill support ef bis claim, and thav said proof will be made before Daniel McLend, circuit clerk at Lcakesville, Miss.,ou February 9, 1HH4, vis.) Tlmmas J, bubauka, liomesteM no. 11.402. lol the n hf nw or section 1, town- shin 1 south, ran ire 8 west, and s hf sw qr section 3H, township 1 north, range 6 west, and names tne following witnesses to Drove his continuous resilience ODjotr snd cultivation of said land, vis: Joel Dickinson, Rnfus H. Cowirt, Isaac F. Roberts, Jesse 8. Coatos, all of Coatsviile, Greene county, Miss. tt. t;. alkk, ttegister. Dee. St, 181. 43 6t NOTICE. Lakd Omen at Jackson, ) November 83, 1W& i Notice is hereby given that the follow ing named settler has filod notice ot bis. intention to make nnai proor in anppon of hi claim, and that said proof will be mode before A. U. Delmas, circuit clerk, at Scranton, Miss., on December 89, 10, vis. i John J. Dickson, homestead No. 9&f, for the e ht awqrand ne p sw qr snd uw qr se qf section 95, township 6 sonth, range S westkand names tbe following witnesses to prove hist continu ous resideuoe upon snd cnltivation of said land, vti.s Cbnslopher yuv, tumpton Noble, Edmoud Quave, Enoch N. Ritmsay, all of Fort Bayou postofflce, Jackson coun ty. Miss. B. C. KURR, Register. IVon-Resldent Notices The State of Mississippi to William M. W inn : Ton are commanded to apnesr before the chancery court of the opunty of Jack son, in said State, on the first Monday of March, 184, to dsfood the suit in said of art ef J. P. Dancer, wherein yon are de fendant. December 18, 1883 A, 0. DELMAS, Clerk, Dee. II. 1L 43-6t PEAItL III Vlilt. From Lookont Station on the N. O. and M. Railroad, for Pearlington, Loirtowu and Oslnesville, the fast propeller, VVJmnB FARMER, B. 8. BOABDMAN, Master. Makes daily trips to Pearlington, Log- town and Gainesville. Connects wlth.the coast accommodation train, morning and evening, and also with the east-bound train from Nsw Orleans daily. i Nov, 84, W82, - FOR SALE. Owins to my bad health I ofier for sat my la Factory aqd Ovster business. Tbe machiuery la in perfect order, aud th business bus been successful. For particulars, address A. . LATHAM, Scranton, Miss. Dee. 81, 1883, Mm ' W fcat Women Bhoal Vm. . Dyspepsia, weak bock, despondeney and other trouble caused me fearful .suf fering, bnt Parker' Ginger Touio make ma feel like new being. A great reme dy. Every woman should nse tt. Mm. Uarits, Pittsburg. , jan-lm Puiu from indigestion, dyspepsia, and too-hearty eating is relieved at euco by taking one ot Carter's Little Liver Pills immediately aiW diauer. Don't forgrt 1 this. . Jau-lut- ,aartia, wkere we are seller prepared tXJSlLA sa (,u -ly I3AIHNE I7A70; sad repaired at abort notlee. wB t gtv ma sal, asrldastlsa gaa.aat.il MarehJO, 1PS3. 4-Jr B. F. KKEBS Prodoo. 44-ly- RELIABLE YARD I f 1 B. D. TALtKRDE. Dispatch and Guaranteed. TNianiAT Through Trunk Una wm.Qot Chansaaidvltfe Spand Uirlnki SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE frost Rsw OrUsnsttobUs sa4 Moatfoawrr, u NORTH. EAST X WEST rUlLMIN CURS SKm? Li"ilT, dndnasU, Cklufo, wltk sat as ehaaa tesll NORTHERN AND EASTERN CITIES. TiinoucH coaches Pnsi CTi.tUsoon sad Kuttim te Bt. 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