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mn a IF VOU AUH IX NEK1 -LINESEXI) YOUR OIJDEUS TO- 1. IBMIMliOJ We guiirnntee to wll you letter o lJ njlnvvfr prii-esiihsinjjiiny house this si.!., oigNW York. Foil lines of )i-y;(im,ds.!ii all its brunches ; iJsii JCLOAKS AM) WRAPS CariMt, Mailing, ltiig, U inflow Shade. Etc. Ji. IIAMMEL, & CO, 37, 41 and 13 Dauphin Nfreet, itioniLi:, ala. IP'To convince yourself, se ut for samples and prices for compiiriso October 30, 1S5 . -"" A Sure Cure I? FOU Constipation AND SICK HEADACHE, October :10, 1irt5. it A.. CURTIS Sz oo., MANUFACTURERS' - ' AGENTS oots,(Cl)RTlS)Shoes, MOBILE. No. 58 Dauvhin Street. "Wholesale October 30, lB. 18.54 .i The Old Established Great Southern filusic House of J. H. MOHILE,.., In now offering aneciul inducements either for cash or installments. Also everything in the ninsicul line. Artists' I'aiiits, Mulshes, Plaques, Panels and everything in the art line, at less than New York prices. Orders respectfully solicited! J. U. SNOW. July 54. IpWo. l-ly HOME INDUSTRY FOUNDRY, S. E. Cor. Water and State Street, MOISILE, ALA., Manufacturer of Steam Mills Other Machinery, Brass and Iron Castings of All Kinds, ROX RAILING, CEMETERY FEXCES, VERAXDAHS, OFFICE RAILIXO, EJC Doors, Shutters, Etc. Vroinpt attention given to Repairing. All Country Orders promptly attended to. GEO. C. tllC.it T, foreman.. May 29 l-l.V J. CAV.iNAGII, WR II. HARNEY, Cacanagh, Harney Mrown, Successors to Scranton, Harney & to., IMPORTERS OF AN?j DEALERS IN" FOREIGN A! DOMESTIC 1B14I MOBILE, VL,iV. May t, iH5. WM. V. BEROUJON, (UNDERTAKER Northwest corner Conception and Cnuti streets, ) itlOniLE, ALA. I A full supply of every article in the tnulr. 1'iiik huil nltcntion given to all 'orders received night or day. A full snpply of Murial Robes kept in stock. k ! ) Prices reduced iu uccordauce to the times, far below city prices, .lulv 8, l4. 9 lv FURNITURE! n. E. Ilorrcs, DKALr.R IN ""urniture of Every De scription ! Price lower than any other, hoose iu the South. 52 Danphin street, M0MLE,ALA. Nov 30 ' 31-l.v m LMM PEOBrci eora of iobbi E. T. Cowart. C. L. Cowart. E. T- Cowart Is. Bro., COMMISSIOX MERCHANTS, For the Sale ot Western L Country Produce, 38 A 40 N. Water A lfi A li? St. Michael Sta. WOI51LE, ALA. Poultry, Epga and G-ine a Specialty. rVptember IS, 15. 2!i-0ni C. Van Alitwerpi !aa alwayaoo haud full tnpplr of Dmg3 ? Jlciiciacis, AIJO A FULL LIE OF patzitt iznnicmzz, Southweat Corset Eoyal A Dauphin, MOBILE. ALA. -utHwrle aid pay fir the I tuftTBiT-MR. . ;l in OV ANYTHING IN TIIK LMUItO IV and CHILDREN.f ORANGE ELIXIR LAXATIVE. Price SOv. per fool tic. TKV ONE MOTTLE. Fao Ward's Emulsion. It gives Flesh ami Health. Address 11. WAHD, Druggist, Mobile. Ala. :iT.-(!m mOIilLU, A Ij . and Retail. ItVly SNOW, ....ALA. to all purchasers f Pianos and GmiAXa T. P. F.I10WN, A. F. TALIAFERRO. 10-fini Porter, Kirkbridef& Son, 13 & 15 N. Water St., MOBILE, ALA. Doors, Sash and Blincb", W ARK XOW MXIJKO White Pine Doors, SASH AND BLIXPS. At Lower rrieea than ever before sold iu this Market. f f Send fur Qnotatioua. Estimatea Fniuisheil mi application. July Si4, 1-.. i-.m H&TS S R&PS FCH )&SH!) A Lavrge WboKcale Stock ot Hats and Caps, fot CasI only. K one otbera need apply. J.J, METER A CO.. S. E. Corner Dauphin A Knral MOBILE, ALA. Oi-tobet 9, lPw. 'ii 2rB I J.OltlLE. -T P. KEHOE, DEAI.EH IX FOUEtUN & DOMESTIC DBY GOODS, llanie rv, Iotin. Etc., Drew Goods if; Millinery a fymcialty. lyWillaond sample of goods. Dauphin Street MOBILE, ALA. October ifcl, M-am Henry Hamcrsen, Suceesaor to Ferdinand Smith, RESTAURANT And Oyster Saloon, No. 34 North Hoynl street, MOBILE, ALA. Ladies' private dining saloon npntnirs. "SFiint-i'lHtw lodging. July 4. 1A'. McKay fc Uoche, PKOPKIETOKS WAVURLY STABLES, UNDERTAKERS, KOYAL STREET, Between Register oftico and iitittlo Homo, MOBILE, ALA. Their elegant '' of Undertaker" GvHHls lire selectt:u ironi rue umi uiuiiuiuc lories, and no pniim are spared to make tin. ili.in.rtiiiiit. second to none. Mr. K. F. UI.ALAC'K, ut Bcranton.is nntliori.eil to net ns our agent, and orders through him will have our prompt alien tion. KcKAY & K CHE. March 7, lftffl. 7-ly COODJEWS. A'r-m llarx Bros.9 MOBILE, ALA. Ihiigaina if Children, Hoys and Men's Knits. Onr?1.75 suita sold elsewhere at jCt.Oll- Our :t.00 Hi ils sold elsewliere at i-Vd). Our lil.OO suits sold elsewhere at li.00. Our h.0ti suits sold elsewhere for $7. Ci I and 50. Men's suits 4 50 sold elsewhere at (Mi 5(1. Our $.' 50 aoito sells elsewhere ut IfrtlW.. Unr $7 00 mits sold elsewhcro ut 10 00, and our $9 00 suits sold elsewhere from jlli 00 to $ U 50. llaigams in Mens, Ladies and Children's Shoes. Our SI 00 shoes sold elsewhere for fl 511, and our tl 'J5 gold elsewhere for $1 i:. Our $1 50 sold elsewhere at f I 25. Our $i 00 shoes sold at $i W and $4 7'. Try our New Orleans shoes, which are the best for wear, at. fii 00 and 'i 50. Ilurgaing in Mens and Children's Hals. Our 500 huts sold elsewhere at Kc. Our 75c hats sold elsewhere ut 61 'J-", Our 61 00 hats sold elsewhere at 1 SO. Our St 50 huts sold elsinvhero nt ii 5(1. Our i 00 hut sold elsewhere nt i. 00. Also u large stock of DRY GrOODS Sold lower than anv house in the South. Wo mean to sell these goods. Cull nud see for yourself. MARX MKOS., Corner Dauphin &. Coimneree Sta. October !, 1SS5. !H-lm ZADEK 3c CO., ITIOI1ILE, ALA., Invito your tittcn'ion to their entirely new stock of Elamor.da, Jewelry, Solid Sterling Silver and Plated Ware. DIAMONDS, of the finest, qnaliry. Choice MrillinnU in sinulu stones and matched pail's a spe cialty. ICICII fallLU .fli i'.IiSl . Oold Chains, Lockets, Crosses, Necklaces, Sleeve Muttons, Studs, etc. Soi.li liol.P Kinus. ol(l mid Silver W.Hclies of American, English and Swiss Mjinufnc- tnrc, American and rreneu CLOCKS AIVD BROilTZES, Silver and Plated ware of the best manu facturers. Jewelry ill rule to Order. ned repuired by the best workmeu. Solid Sterling Silver Spooni mid Forks. A1-,. ..l....,.i,t. lhm nf FANCY AK'TI- CLES in handsome mnroeco and wooden cases, nianntactureil this season expressly for Bridal and Holiday Presents. Tho finest Watches repaired and put in perfect order by the most experienced workmen. September IS, 15. '!. ('.Ill MOBILE, ALA. WHOLESALE Liquor ' Dealers, Agents for A nkeMttr Jlutrk St. 7xii nud Au rora, I nA, KEG BEER, 19 S. Commerce aai 18 S. frost Street. Jnnefl, 1 C. 17-6m JOB- l lO.VE AT THB OFFICE, j un MAKIM ICI AS (i I'AM: Mr. lM-)icr'i Tribtit! Ut IVople )Mioa e CILmI "O'iI MttiiN." In bis sermon no Hi word 'Beaii' lilul," in Brookl.vii. Inet Smitlav, Mr. Die Iter iflVrrcirJto bettntilul 0 :t, nud.tlii'ii auiil : All conduct tlial Iiiih in it the l eruvut of ui-roi.mi, Itow ln'fliiiiful ! Tho fidelity Unit costs! The self doniiil Unit fimb it tewtud in the 1 tuition of that wbloli in served! Tli angels of tlio ctudle mid t he orib, those PiutestiitiU Sniuif. uiaitleti women, who Imwngnot'iuii ily, i,dit the childien tunl Hie lioiisfluihl of I hose with whom the.v hvtll hikI sm ihI love, ml lime, nud all service, mid tiu even, and wiilchl'iiliiesx, lor the wike olotlieiM. llow teauilfitl is this quality ot conduct ! We are loud of calling tbem old mail's, and shameless representa tion are aboundinj; in poetry, nud in iho illustrative uiasnzine's. gannt, long uiu tiliai featured, in iteKii ibablo in iihysiog Miiy ; and yet I tell that these are I ho 1'iotes im it saints, whoso life may he ex lertiiill.v most liinnUle, lint whose wan: of the things that comfort or dinary l ie is God's great fit biding whee', by which is brought out in them tho saintly qualities pa tience, gentleness, sweet uess. We dou't usually trail those of our lowu family "old maids." I have been brought up by an aunt, as full ot knowledge, as tall of moral quality as 1 have ever met ; full ot saintly love, full ot service. I look upou ber us next standing iu order to my own blessed mother, and no one should dare to cull Kstlier an old maid. She is an unmarried angel, that is all. There may be some that have lacked the wedding uud lacked the other qualities too ; but there bo multitudes enough to re deem the kind from their reproach es, Ironi the iniieiidoesot an unman nerly ridiculo. And yon shall find all through tociuty scattered in stances for you never find pearls in heaps, but only iu small and us it ally homely tdiells instances ot heroism and magnanimity in con duct that should excite tho admira tion of mankind. Fkek Haw iMaterial It is ap parent to the woolen iiianiifacturers of New England that, it they could obtain free wool, they would bo in a much better eontlii ion to compete with foreign manufacturers than they aro at the present time. That they do tint out; and all cry out for this form of relief is duo to the fear they have that if the combination between the wool growers and woolen manufacturers, by means of which tho present tax w a adjusted should bo dissolved, Ihero might be too itieat a reduction made in the t u ifl rates on imported wooien goods. This fear i however, a fanciful one, uud w il be thsipated by time. Tho rchiruis jn the tariff will proceed slowly, but the liist slep I to pl.ico upon tho free list all llioso articles which form the basis of iiiuunfictuie. W'i li free wool, free iron, free o ml, free cop per and free wood, it is not. unlike I.Vlhatthe lim will s ion come when the cost of production will be so low here as to make tho main tain. nice ot a protective infill on foreign manufactured goods eu tire? ly unnecessary iu the eyes of all American manufacturers. Boston Herald. One of the most thorough going women of Mississippi Mis Vir ginia McAfee, of liolmes county, Miss McAfee belongs to an old and disituguished family, and wasedu cated at ltichmoud, Va. She is now a prosperous and capable planter ; her plantation is at the head of Honey Island, and she re sides upon it, and manages all the details of the farm w ith ackuowl- eged skill and ability, ller crop of cotton and coru is among the finest iu the Valley of lazoo. Miss McAfee also gives much of ber time to poultry and sheep raising. She is greatly beloved by her neighbors, uud ber warm heart aud high pulturo Lave drawn many friends around her. There Is a beautiful church Hearing comple tion iu tuib island neighborhood, due partly to her energy aud ef forts. A tew more such farmers as Miss MeAI'eo would booh make any State lich. All nveuue's of self-support and wealth are being opeued to women, surely farming is a pleasant anil profitable avoca tion, aud the work is no harder than that which falls to the lot of the sex in many other employments, which seem by common censeut to be alloted to women. AT. O. Pica yune. All bisfory is full of praises of the oyster. The great liichard Bentlv could never pass hu oyster shop without making a pnrchasc. Old Dr. Bertram said, 'The inau who ends the day witb an oyster in his mouth rises iu (be morning wiib a cIpau tongue aud a clear bead.' Thomson the poet, died from a surfeit of oysters. Peter the Great always bad oysters for dinner. Pope before going to dine with Lord liolingbroke made him promise to have au oyster stew. Cicero stimulated bis eloqueuce with thiailaiuty, and Caligula bad a similar taste. Cervantes used to eat five hundred oysters each day, The great Napoleon found that dining on oysters gave him mental clearness. An old Latin writer "Altercating oysters we feel joyon light and agreeable. Anxiety Milking a kickin; fi,-if- er with one band six! hold i; t t 11 it tho Other. SEW ORLEAH. JO a jewbv a PANUFACTUniNG DEALERS Ffiil nsr AW 20 YEARS EMQEQGE ! -A.T 121, 123, 125 NEW ORLEANS. August 7, 1885. SCHMIDT fc ZIEGLEU, ESTABLISHED 1845, Wholesale Brocebs AND IMPORTERS OF "Wines, Lienors, Rio, Java, AXl) RECEIVERS OF 8 I'd All, MOLASSES AXU RICE, 9. 51. r3 aud fT Peters St, and 3'J, 41, 4i:t and V Fulton St., NEW ORLEANS, LA. November 13, ltW5 :7-6m Butted oft'tlie Bridge. When yon have gone all round, whenever you have asked about anybody, they don't talk more than two minutes before they begin o use this conjunctive. They say, "lie's so and so, BUT heV also so and so Yon can take this con juuetivo conjunction "but'' and chip characters all to pieces in a minute with it. Now, God tells us Cornelius was a devout, man and don't yon seet "And," 1 like that 'aud." Langhter.j You can just take any fellow in this town nearly and say all about him, "lie's good and kind." Then commence to "but" him and the first thing you know they buit iii hi oft the bridge, aud that's the last ol him. Lord have mercy upon its! Is tho world a multitude of gossippers and slanderers, or is it a fact that nobody can say three good words about us without saving something n o in about us. Is tlrs so f ''She's a pretty good woman, but if she gets mad with you she will never make it up," or they say, "She's a l ight good neighbor, but she wants yon to pay back e ery 1 hing you bor row." or, "she's a mighty good wife but I tell you if her husband don't do to suit her she will give him bi imstono." I me.iii limse (ieorgi wfl'iieu, of courso. 'l icit kind ot tlrng has never occurred here Jin St Joe. I know that you women just show in your Liciw licit yon are like angels. Yon !o'i as it a I yonieeded was a pa'r of wings, uud yon would go to glory without any furl her ceremony. Laeghter It does tickle me to see you women put on an air of injured innocence. tYou know I'm just as innocent a can be. I never quarreled with my husband in my life, and I never said a cross word to ono of my children." Sister, if you didn't I will get yo i n pair of wings und start you on to glory. Laughter Sam Jonet aft'St Joseph, Mo. Taught n Darkey a Lesson. Gov. Curtiu is the latest etates in a n who has bad to administer a lesson to a Cabinet officer's messen ger. The other day, he called at the State Department accompanied by a delegation of Pennsylvauians. lie came up to Mr. Bayard's room aud foutid a colored boy lolling in an easy chair outside the door. Mr. Curtiu inquired of (his messen ger if Mr. Bayard was in, and of fered bis card to be taken iu. The messenger replied, without turning arouiMor rising from the chair: "There is right smart ot folks in there now. You had better waitor come again to-morrow." Gov. Cur tiu at this flew into a violent rage. He yelled at the boy in a voire of thunder. "What do yon mean, lolling therein your chair, whou you are ou duty, aud spoken to by a gentle man I If you never have learned any manners here, I'll teach you myself." At this the Governor raised his cane. "Slaud up this moment, and assume a proper atti tude. Now take these cards to the Secretary, immediately, and if ou auother occasion I -see such de portmevt, I shall cither break .this cane over your shoulders, or report yon to your master." For the next flvo minutes there uever was such a polite negro ou duty in Washington. Mr. Curtiu and bis delegation were shown iu. The Stare Department has been for a number of years a sort ot charity hospital for the cast ofl servants of various official families. Gov. Car tin suggested to the Secretary that they should all be dismissed, and wounded Uuion soldiers put In their places. From th Aec York World. Marriage An altar ou which man lays his pocketbook aud wo man her love letters. Subscribe for the Democbat-Stab. Ci GUM AW Mocha and Codcva Coffee3, HARVEY CREE'S 5& SALOONS XII E FINEST WIIEi AUD I-IQl'ORS ALWAYS OX JIAXD, No 4M Magazine .street,; NEW ORLEANS. November 13, 1H85. 37-ly -BUY YOUR- Millinery AND BERLIN ZEPHYRS, POPULAR ESTABLISHMENT, . No. t) Clianreii utivut, near C'uual, NEW ORLEANS, LA. . " where yuii c:m selei t from tin unusually large variety of 'asliioa!!c Tlilliticry, nurehaxeil per-muully Ml New York and jlaltinioie. and tirJi-red from leading 111)111101 ModiHteH. iter htyles a TO t re llcwc.il and prieex the lowest ill the eity. Keepii a full lino of teunine lleiliu .eplivi'K lit 1) eelils I'l l- oui.ee, delivered free of posture. Order prompt ly lilted and goods eheel fully exrii.nij'ed when iot entirely n;itix-Iik-Iiu-v . Oi-tohertl, lS.-iT. a-'-tlm Villi, IV WJCRIalSI.V. 1:15 Citmit A- 1 Bi.m-ltiin St.., Xrw oiu.kanh, iilamniotli Mttsic House f nioSoiitli l.KADIKIJ 1'IAXOS: C'lHi-lo-riiiiir, Wi-bi-r, Mallnisitek, Ultl-tllllHll, Jl.ili-, Werlehi, . Vlunun k 1 l.itnlii,, ltHki- ln-iM., II, lining, I Lowct IMre. f Knsient I'l-ruiN ! Okni OlKlAXa: Mason & Ilaiulin. Estey. Mimieal InstrumintHot all llowriptioim. Priees to eompete with any part of the United Slated. tietoher i, IHSS. H2-ly MOIIILE. " ofnanetO. t1.UH.Mi:MlJ iivutirHitiiiuiii IWm, i IYERY & S&LEsTAELEs No.t. 4H and 4,r South Royal St., - Mobile. Ala. Keen tho finest IluriU Casket anil Caaea, tlie Intent atyleaof Metulic, Ma hogany a- d KoHewood Cotttna, a)o every grade of cheap coffiua. Having rentted onr eutabliMlimcnl with all late improvements, and hav ing now the lareent atoek on hand we are enn'ded to sell at red need rate. Customers entrusting their trade to im will be guaranteed KatiHfnrtion. j Unlera by telegraph will receive prompt atteutiou anil aatiatactioi, O-arauteeu. ' rtiiecial attention Daid to the biivini iiiiid ariincoi Horses aud rebiclea. Man-li V 7 It FRANKLIN H. HOUGH, SOLICITOR CF AMERICAN & FOREIGN PATENTS, Sr F. 61 reel, ft. W. Near U 8. Tateat Office, WaehingtoB.D.C. Pereooat attention given to the prepar ation and prowention of applirationa for 11 lera Patent. All bnsinena tw tiire the U. 8. Patent OtBce attended to for do0t ate iee, Wbnn pateut is granted, ailrsw ing of your inveutioa wuh rlaima, yonr name and a.! dress will be pnUfanheit in the I'niUil SlMlea I'aWnt Olh Gaxctt. a paper of immense cirenlation, aud the oulv paper that puli'inlies this feee. I? a eppnry in the I'nitnl i-r ites noa aews anperiiir faeiiities for wlitaiuinir pateiita, or aeeertaing the patentability of pstenta. t'opiea o( Patents furnished for 2- wts earh. ( nirefpondenre iriTii.l. ASH ST ORLEANS. Genuine Texaa KCI) KUST PK0FF OATS Ceil Eye and Eatlov. For sale iu lots to suit, hv JOHN T. C 111110X4 & Grain Dealers, Coruur Futera and Povdr MCW OliI.EANH November 13, lstr.. 31.3m J. H. EELLEBS ISOAPINA! DIET EZTaOACTOR.' For Hard Water, For all Kinds of Wuter. Doei not Injurs tho Finest Fabric J. II. KELLER, llOGruvler St., New Orleans MnyiW, IrXa. W-fi,,, 3. L. DeISIElUTT licit South Rinnpiii t, head of New Cusin, New Orleans, La. Fostofllc'B llox 3V17. Drawer No. 2,M II. und L. Exchunge. Oct. PJ, 1(M4. 33-ly W. G. TEBAULT, -W UOI.BSAI.K AND ICKT.UI Nos. :t7, :i!l iiu.l tl Koy nl street, IVctv Orlt'.-.H, La. November 21, 184. , :t-1-1 y 1I.P.BC7CKI.T37, 0 Caaip St, New Orleans, WATCH MAKCt?, m And doalnr tu en fine Wtebe. T?;'A Silver H a" p.?i: Speftatlcs. CrrrT rt af Wnleli-a t. pi.irt-4, Jewelrv MM.Ie tuonter. IHnilinlel. re ro the iie..-.l siylo. All at rKuunalila Vficea anil lull)' anteeil April U4, l-'r.'i. l 0H BMio SHE GEO. 27i:HS2, Preyrict:?, 1 III I'omiiiiiu Hire, I, OppibiU Liullea" eutruuee to St. I'liiirli-n Hotel, New CrSeanc. I 'nl i 1 1 nt tcii i it" td I riMiHri t iirn tn, .Mi work in tin r':Mii;tt n' t tln-u in isti rtistio tn im urr. Oi t. lo, 1 4 ' i. :K'-!.v We wiil aeiid you an Amerio.in Key-wiml-lui( Walth, hi a 1 -te t:i!ver Cum'. IF O 1Rj ASilvt-r cifsed Auierlei i, STi:.U-WiMlN(i OK, CBGO A (foll-eaed Ameriigin Stem-windiiig Watch. ALL Fl'LLY GirAKANTEEl). Send lor a catalogue. A. II. GKISWOLD A CO., llUt'iinal St., Nkw Oki.kaxs. JuU 31, li.'. -i-iy GOALrOOAL! ALABAMA COAL i COKE COMPANY, Saroessora to ASOERSOX t DABC. 6Carondi;letKt., NEW ORLEANS. ALABAMA. P1TT8BCKG, ANTHItACETE Coal iu hogsheads for shipment. Will I al' deliver foal at all stations on L. AN- K.K. "H twe.-n Mobile and New Orleaus, at tun following pricea, viz : Sti-sia Oal Is ear lead W. V" 1 51 (irsle or Stnvf t'oal ly rarlosJ .U per Octoticr , ln. MA,tn Established 1847. Diamonds.Watclics,. ,1Jn SILl'ERII'.IBE- Repairing of fine Watches and convert ing Key iuto tStem-Wiudera a sHialty. Edward Llllcnthal. Canal street, NEW OKLEAMi Aug. 14.1. 84 L J. H. Carter, WITH ZUDEItMEK & BE1IAX, Wholesale (Jroccrs And Coruniisilon Merchants, Xt. 35, 37, 39 aud 41 Petera atreet, Corner tf Grsvier, SEW OELKASS. July 4. 1 --". 17-6ia WsaM r.uiiWl J (.ue-..r to i;."F. VI COIN,) SEED STORE, 9-1 Gmver n-ct. Ori.ihfr y, !c-'