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Nina.. rt.-coml-IUH m ill ltlittt.nl. P. K. MAYERS, Proprietor. FRIDAY. ....NmrtiiltcrLT, 1883, 1" LOCAL NEWS Coast Time-Tabta L & N. R.R Until farther nnt'ce passenger trains on tbe Ih an N. railroad will arrive am: depart a follows, running by standard time, which U tbe sauio a Nuur Orleans timet- : ' 4 SOINO A8T. SoTl LeavInK New Orlenaa at 7.-45 a.m Arrives at liny bt. Louis. 9:50 a;ni; fuss Christian, 10 97 ; Mississippi City, 10:33; Ditonl. 10:51 ; Ocean giiriiiin, 11 00 a.m.; Hcrunton. 11:32 a. in ; Gruud Bay, lit.-09; Aiooue i.-uop.ra. Ko. S Leuvlni New Orleans at 7:00 p.m. Airivra st Hnr Ht. Louis, 8:&5 : Pm Christian, 9:12; Mississippi City ' 9:36; Jliloxl, 'J-.oi; I'ccnu Hii-iuks, iu:U2 p.iu. ; rjcruuon, 10:34; Mobile, U.-&0 p.m. QOINO WEST. No. 3- Leaving Mobile at 3:15 a.m. Ar rives at tSciuuton, 4-.3i a.m. ; Ocean Springs. 5:14, Hiloxi, 5:22; Mississippi City, 6:39; Pass Christian, t:04 ; Bay St. Louis, 0:15; New Orlcais. 0:15 a.m. No. 1 LoHvinir Mobile at 2:25 p ro. Arrives ut H(smntoii,.3:50 ;'Ocean Springs, 4:21; Hiloxi, 4:.H; Mississippi Uity, 4::w Pass Cliristisn, 5:13; Buy bt. Louis, 5:25; New Orleans, 7:.W p.m. FASTEST TIME EVER MADE PliTWEEN New jOrleans and New York THK MAS'AGRMKN'T Or THK LOUISVILLE AM) NASHVILLE B. B. Commenced on. Monday, November Hi, 1415, liiiiiiiiiK a fust train, leaving New Orleans daily at 4 p.m., arriving in New York the second afternoon ut 3:10. This train will be know i as tlie.New Orlcaus aul New York Limited Express. GOINQ WKST. No. 51 New Orleans Limited Express leaves Mobile 9:00 a.m. Arrives at Scrun ton 10:05 a.m, lliloxi 10:.0, Bay Kt. Louis 11:24, Now Oileuus 1:00 p.m. COMINti KAST. No. 52 New York Limited Express leaves Now Orleans at 4:00 p.m. Arrives at Hay 8t. Louis 5:30., Biloxi 0:18, licran ton 6:50, Mobile H:00. No. 3 Fust Line Mail leaves Mubilo at 3-45 a.m. Arrives at Berauton 3 50 a.m. Biloxl 4:35, Puss Cliristinn 5:lt.. Bay tit. Louis 5:2, New Oileuns7:20. ' ROUND TRIP TICKETS. Round trip tickets from Hci nnton to New Orleans, $'i ; limited to 15 days, and if presented wit Hiu that time will bo allow ed a rebate of oue dollar. Local Notices lOlCfttA Line for Each lnHrtjoi. Heavy while Irost Wednesday morning. The marriage belli did joj fully jinplf liclraUouls this week. Misa Miuiie Uiollt was in Scl union Weilues.liiy. , . Mr. J, L. D.iniz'eris ultertilii U. H. Court nt Jaokaon tliin week, Mr. Ben (iuvrd lelt Monduy for a visit lit i'ortorsville Ala. Dr. II. Kuauuoii. ot Uibtm 8t,i- lion, whs over awhile y.itiirdjy. Mrs. iVda Henry returned to New Orleans Wednesday lor the winter. Misa Irene Guard, of Porters ville, is here oil a visit to her rela tives. Mr. James Buckuer, of No Rales, Alieoua Territory, is here visiting hia brother Mr. C. W. Buck nor. Col. J. T. llarrahan, general manager ot the L. & X. It. It. and his Ktaff passed here Saturday, go ing Lasr, en h tour of inspection. Mrs. C. Nelson has just receiv ed a large Ktock of select Christinas toys and is busy opening tuein this week. Mr. R. A. Vancleave, Timber Agent for this State, was here Sat unlay in performance of tbe duties of his office. Misses Kitty and Addie Rolls, of Grand Bay,; Ala., arc vfttitUv Mr. W.jnEolls, ou Pascagoula, street. Mr. W. M. Canty has returned trom New Orleans with a nice, new stock of goods tor bis firm of Par bam & Canty, Mr. L.B. Brown, Depnty In ternal Reveune Collector, was here Saturday iu the interest of tbe Got, ernment. Mrs. W. D. Bragg and Mrs. I. B. Pityn of Musa Poiut were i i Scrauton last Weduesday ou a abopiing expedition. Mr. U. F. Krebs left for Jack son, Miss., lust Monday to attend the trial of some cases growing out of his asstgiiroeut last winter and now pending in Uie Federal Court. Only Mhih till Christmas.' Wonder H our turkey has been put op to fafien. We hope be will be stir biiiiAelf io tbat way, for while e are one in law we are tbe whole team ot two at the table now. Bro.;s. G. Barr, editor of tbe Coi intb Suh toiler Jt Democrat, ac companied by his ombrella, passed bere last Wednesday oo bis way to tbe Exposition. We wish hita a Tpy, toifr a0(!j)rofltable Uip, J -A Urge office stove lor wood, BM(5. cr". circulars, or any for ale, cheap. Apply mt thn thing In tbo j 'j r: i.ttL; j liue send DBMrtciT Bt a office. vour orders to ills t."e. THE DcSMET MILLS. M attain Humor Ih mill (may wild I lie siljcH of Ibr mile of llm De Suict mill, and every (Var tln.vl we lienrot tit'' tifgohu'itttia ieiidinjr with rufenirce 1 1) i n to. In otlvt words Itit-re I Mill hope. Tbe ile- eiwiou of lit-; litiptuion, in wliicli I Ley Hits involved, y Chancellor 8. EvattM will iiioluiblv not Ih reuciictl in two months ret, nnl then it is uiil-4-hI Min what he muttera will aasiinie, wliUli will tie pent D)oa tbe decision. Tliey luay tlien be tnrriflccti under the eiierifj'a liiiinnier, nt. any rule i itcy a re ever to profit anybody (lie mile akonld not he much longer delayed. Tlio machinery. is injuiinp, the log are sinking and I he buildinga are decaying. This valuble properly lint might be rendered .of bo mucb muter inl benefit to the entire aur- rouu ding ;ouiitiy is being literally tl evound by litigation, OiVkeiinga and altercntion and tlie'sooner it is e ruled ihe better it. will be. A big, bouncing boy la atop ping at Dr. v. a. uox's. vvuen on meet tbe Doctor's beam in countenance jnst get out of pnpa'i wy; Le'tt too lull lor utternuce, M;iter Ilenrv T. arrived on last Satuidny evening. We received a call yesterday from Messrs. Sutii'l II. Johnson, N, Carter and W. A. Walt man, ot Levonia, this county who were the puiuiissiouers of election 4for tbu place in toe recent election. Mr. A. Blunter, ot Moan Point, n Conns the public that lie in pre. pn red to luinisli at New Orleans prices, nice double ginned moss in uy quantity desired. Kemeuilier that machine cleaned and ginned iiioHs is much liner and better than ami worked. The Pascagoula Liht Guards eld a meeting last Saturday tii"ht -il-apiointed a committee to no licit subscriptious for the purpose of buy tug! uniform. One good deed calls for another. The Rifles are fitted up and now tlio Light Guards s!:ould not bo left iu the cold. The Ltd ies of 'i he Si ronton Catholic Church furnished our cit zelis with splendid entertainment and amusement for three nights this week. Monday mid Tuesday nights were devoted to dramatic of char.nl.-s ami music which Jwere highly enterlainiiig and crowned with flattering success. The large audiences were very much pleased and their patronage, was a rich re ward to our enterprising mid ener getii; cutlioliu laihes tor their most praiscwoithv pains. The entertain uient closed ou Wednesday nibl with a fair accompanied by grand uud uiut enjoyuble ball. A circular has just been got ten up and printed, which issigued by a large number of our citizens, calling a public meeting to be held at the court bouse at Scrantou to ruin uii)ii ihii inudtlmi I . . . t . the project of Capt. Jas. B. Eads kiiovu as tbo Tehnuiiteoeo Shin Raiwi-, on Wednesday Dee, 2, 183j. This plan of C ipt. Jas. B. Gads In the interest of American ship building and n econoniiit outebetweeu tbetwe oceaus has met with approvul by several of our large seaport eltis anil been by them bijilly fecom mended to Congress. Its Success would be greatly beneficial to this auction sud we can bat eudorse it. Tbe charge of fraud at tbe Le- vouia box, Beat No 2, has about "exploded." The managers of the election at that place were at the Court Douse yesterday and re-opeu- ed the election box trotn Levonia and found tbe certificate and tally sheet as returned by them. They also counted the votes iii that box and found tbem to be tbe same as voted at said elect iou and returned by them. And they further say that they did sign a,eitaiu certifi cate as read to Ihem by Mr. C. W. Garner, and of the statement in tbe certificate w herein it. was charted that there were twenty instead of thirty votes, sncli statement waa not aoticed by tbem, and is a mat ter .of coarse, untrue. They; also decline (to iudorse the statement claiming but four straight tickets. Hie county commissioners ot elec tion bare already issued certificates o those returned as elected, and this.putsaudend to the whole mat ter. If yon need till-bead, ltter JACKSON COUNTY PROHI BITION SOCIETY. Ocraw SpuiKoa, Miss , Nov. it, IC. P. K. Maren, Ksq., .. . Deiir Sir : I'lense inset t tbe (id lowing notice in your paper t Ttie Jut ki.oo ronnty Pioltibitiotl Society met st Ocean Spriugs iu Firemen's tlail. Sat. Nov. the 21sf, at 7 oVJot k p. in. laige and niihii- aiastio uuniber ot oMizeus Ueing oresent. Tn ineeiius; liavlng lieen palled 10 order by the. president, the minutes t lb last ii,eeiiu were lead and gppioveil. Presi dent S. K. Williams, in his argil nientlive-siyle itdtlresse'd the uteei ing to some length on the subject of lohibitiou ; siitaniiiitiug his arguuieHls by liavina itifl'ereut ac tions of the law, iclative tothe sub j etrread to the audience. Rev. O. D. Bowen waa then in troduced, who favored the meet ing with a well-limed nddreas. Other citizen's mad remaiks ou the sul)jfct. The constitntinn repaind by the Execntive Ctunmittee haiiuj tiin resil nod adooied. quite a liuuiber of; lii jnes were pieselited tor inembert-hip' On motion the society adjourned to meet at the time and olace to be d- signated by ; the Executive Committee . The uieeiing was an entiie suc cess and the peojdo returned to their homes having a greater r.enl than ftver;for the ciiiie of prohibi tion. . S.K. WILLIAMS. President, S. L.Bovtns, Jr., Secretary. '''"di'iSd! In Mobile, At.."at the residence of liar fuller, on November 11, 135, at 7 H.tu., Mary Tonus, at tbe.uge of 3 years, 5 months nud three days. Only threebiiglit, Inn icent summers and little Mary has passed away, leaviug behind her the pangs ot sorrowful regret 6be waa joy and; solnce-to her parents, bat lijie all of our evaueacent joys could not last, and aa we all loved tier we u.ouru with them tlie aad transition and extend to tUora our heartfelt sympathy. llElt LOVINO U.NCLK. Scranton, Miss. MARINE. OrricK oe thjj Okmociiat-Rtaii, 1'ASCAOOUI.A, Nov, 24, 14S5. Report for tbe week euduig Nov. 2. ARRIVKU. Nor tik Piitriu, Wrigbt, 510 tons from Ant werp to rinuter. Br ship Moriiington, Jones, 1357 tons from Kio de Jauerio to llemy. CI.K.AKANVKS. Nor bk Cbimua I'ldci n. 435 tons for Lon don by Hunter with 305,444 feet lumber valued nt 14, .VI. Am si ll Inez Huston, Tjlor, 7S tons for ilnvi.na Ii v . Denny Ac Co. wnu o., 834' fei-t lumber at'$S58. Am sch Cora RauduM, 17 tous for Kort Meyer, Ha, by'L. N. Duulzler with 32.- 000 feet lumber. 1 offer my flaw Mill, ou East frail River, Hancock county, Miss., for sale on rea sonable terms. It is a Circular and (inui; mill, and In irood condition. '1 he mill si'e contains four ueres ot laud. Also, 12, (N Hcrcs-of well-timbered land will be sold witbtho mill. Ap ly at once to H. CARRK. Lnjtown, Hancock Co., Minn. November 20, 16. 33in IY NOTICE. Land Ofkick at Jackso.v Miss., I Novemlier (i, lSHn. Notice is hereby given that the follow ing yarned settlor has filed notice of his iuteutinn to make Dual proof in support oi bisclaim, and that said premf ill be made before t'le Judge or in his absence the Circuit Clerk at rtciunton, Miss., on De cember 12, vi)!.: John W. It. Tanner, homestead eulrv No. 104'JO, for tb ae nr.. section 1, township 3, south range 5 west. He names tbo following witnesses to prove his coutin'ious residence upon and cnltivation of said laud, viz.; TbM. How ell John W. Howell, Charles Crawley 1'homas J Howell, all of Americas P. O., Jackson county, Miss. JAS. 1. STEWART, Register. Nov 6. IHSTi. :Ui 0t. ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. Ii. The Great Tkrough Line for Passenger and Freight to all Points t-NORTU AND WEST.JFi The OKLY lisk rnnninir Pullman T.l..ee Meeping Cars THKOlUlt from NEW ORLEANS to CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS. MEMPHIS aad CHICAGO without chauire VI flUCKS. ONLY ONE CHANGE to New York aud t astern Cities. The ONLY D1RKCT ROCTS to ST. I.OT'IS. CHICAGO, aud ALL POINT NORTH and VSfc, 1. Many miles shorter and any hours qnicker than any other line. STANDARD GAUGE, all fiTKKI. KA1LM, bLKOANT CoACIIKS. CLOsa Com. kction and Qfics Timh. SPEED, COMFORT, SAFETY KATES AS LOIVaTtHE LOWEST. Double Daily Trains leave and arrive at Calliope rstreel Depot a follows : tlAVH. AKR1VK. Ex. No. 1, 7:00 a.m Ex. No. 3, 10:45 a. u et Age.it. Ex. No. 2, 9:15 a.m. Kx. No. 4. 5:30 p. ro. Matt Kkxxkdy, Tie WW. MCMRY, Oen'l Bontbern Pass. Agt. H. HANao,Ga'l Pass. Agt Chicago. y . wllxa, Ass I. Urn I Pass Agt. New Orleans. I WEEK'S FEADirS FREE I FOR SIX GOOD rAWIUES. y sa4 m oi aMneit tie f W UMta s isirn n mpi I 'THE CRtAT SOUTHERN WEEKLY, 1 its AOffli! mmi Oil THREt "uncit ttaus't" ih SWw 1 1S. .14 flssistlM Onmy. t.u nrp- nomiinmM HMstNiSum "BUSY KUMlTOVt" ana,. euaoitous rrrsj myr km m,kn r ww. ..s-w. S 4 f iMtwAc. ltd trtmismmt, ' TfV- T. Si wt BeaTTa).. urns k resni rci tncmta corr. tsri 1 3ft Cento: y FOE 185-6Q. Tim roDiiukalile Interest in the War Papers and in the many timely articles and strong serial features published re cently in 7 A Century has n'lvn i that inu nziiie :t rtular circulation of morn lliliu 20l',tl00 copies luonlbJy. Anions tue ten titles for tbe coming voluuie, whitb lis gins Willi the November iinauer, are the War Papers by GKSEllAL OKAST ASO OTHERS. Tlie.Hi tv ill bo conliuHod (most of II i il hint rut dl until tbo chief events of tbe Civil VV'ai lisve been (teseribed by leadiii)! pailieipaiitson bulk sides, tjeti. (iisnt's pu pel's iucludu Uchcriplions of the lUltliw of Lbattaumia and vvuaeriiess. Ueo. Mrt'li lien will writ of Autsetnm. (leu. I). II. Il.iell of r-hiloli, (ieneta.'s l':e, Lougstreet aul others ot the bncouil Hull Ituu, etc., cte. Nuval couibuis, including the tight between the Kearsae and the Alalii.iua, by efiirera of both ships, will be UeeculxU. 'the 'Kccollectioua of it Privalo" ami secial war puers ot uu auoctlolal ur bum. nous cbaiacter wilt be I svnva of tbe year. 8rial stories b,v W. V. IlOU tLLS, M1I:T II J L LOCK eooin ASU OkO IV. CAUL a. Mr. Howel s' seiiiil will bo in light tr vein tbuu "Tbu Uiae of Hila Laph ." Mrs. Koote's is a story of mining life, uud Mr. Cable' a iiov-jlctto ut tbo Acutliuim of Louisiuiia. Mr. Cable will fclso coutri hull! a series of papers ou HluVe songs and dances, iucluding negro-ericut womhix), etc. - SPEC I A L IEATLUK3 Include "K Tricycle Pilgrimage to Romo," i l 111 (rated by Penuell J Historical t'apers by Kit ward Kfigleston and others: Papers ou Persia, tt. U. W. lleiijuuiiii, lately U. .-. minister, with numerous illuitrationa ; Astronomical Articles, p lactic 1 aud popu lar, on "hidereal Astronomy ;" 1'ai.era ou (Jhrislian Unity by representatives i u lions leliKious tleiiouiiuations; Paiiera on Muuual Lducatiou, by various experts, etc., etc. SHORT STOSIIS Hy Frank R. Stockton, Mrs. llelon Jack sou (M. H.). Mrs. Mary Hallock Ywtli, Joel Chandler Harris, 11. H. boyesen, T. A. juuvier, Jiiiian Hawthorne, Richard M. Johnson anu other.", and poems by leading poo's. Tbe Departments ' Open Letters." "Ut io-a-Brac.'' etc., will be fully sustained. 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The editors announce the following as among the loading features lor 1 816-80 : A Hcriu! Story by Piances Hodgsou liuruett. The lirst long story she has written for chiblrcu. A Christmua Story by W. D. Howells, with liumoroua pictures by bis little daughter. "Oeorgo Wasliingtou" by Horaoe E. Senildoi, a novel and attractive Historical Serial. 8hort Stories for Girls by Louisia M. Alcott. The first "' he Caudy Couutry" iu November. New -Hits of Talk for Young Folks," by -H. H." 'This series forms a gracious and lifting uieinoriiil of a cbild-loviugaiid child helping soul. Piipera 011 the Great English 8ehools, Rugby and ulhers. Illustrations by Jo eph Peoutll. A Sea-coast Serial Story by J. T. Trow bridge will bo life-like, vigorous aud use ful. 'Jeliny'a Boarding-IIonse," a serial by Jnmei Otis. Dealing with news-boy lite aud enterprise. t'r.iuk U. Mickton will contribute sev eral of his humorous a -id fanciful stories. Drill" by John Prestou True. A capi tal aebool-ior.v for Lvs. The BovIiihhI of tshukespeare by Kiugs ley. with illiistratiotis by Alfred Cut sous. hbort stories by scores of prominent writers, including "usuu Coolidge, H. H. Boyesen, Nora IVrry. T. A. Janvier, Wusli den, Rossiter Johnson, JoaJiiu Miller, bophie May, Hezekiah Butterworth, W. O- Moddard, Harriet PrescoW Spofl'ord aud many otlieia. Entrtaiiiii g sketches by Alice W. Rol lins, Cbarlct U. Leland. Henry Eckford. Lieutenant tkhwatka, Edward Egglestou. Poeuisjhiirter coutnbutiooe uud ilenart men ts will complete what tbe Hural .Vrw Yorker calls "the best u.agaii ue forcliil- artn in rne world THK CENTURY CO., New York. D 6T TJ1S DSS Of all the Magazinos. TJOHTAtWINQ Ptr.t. P1". Md etk.rtit.rarr .eruttsn Mkjwi Artnka, telssiillcuM HmmSsU ,Htn. IUuUrt'4 with Ort.t(t M Fnw. 4mA., fArtfrrMre.. Oil hirtnrrm 4 . jtar N HMf k tH it ' Mo4H UNPARALLELED OFFER! FrS errr vf D-iRrTta M )y VftnriM mntatrM A Civn cirri.. t I tint ih h4t4r Ml rii'tnaf rr- nrnar. 1 Ma 1 rr!ei Mhiasricm PATTERNS eolsrS M trrm 1Q Wcrtli Over Three Dollar. W n w. b ' f frt n. It. BM,r StlMM UWi. MA MM sllncUoM, XL Cbapa Ka.rasln la America. OXLT TWO DOLLARS f ! haa nim, Mra mmtif Atw. t. mshh SS t.MT writ r t mrrt b1t w" TtUrrn fv- ; n I f -I , . . Tt ImhWi It. Ihe -el,-c" ott ff v p-1 -m I (t'tre tm ik y IWhloaj 44pavr1n,rrt tm Uat cut bar, rj Mjr 4X thf fttta mntifVTun4 41 It,. Cf..p Hi p CAW tnr rvA4r- tl ir - hf frtvrn -A -.! m -m,fr- pa tTrv of Ur 4"A ftBl ltiJ lhe ary -Vfcv frt. tr-m lts MarmaiM W W V 13 18BS. -TECS- PIONEER J OK THE Mississippi Coast. THE PASCAGOULA DEMOCRAT-STAR. Fcrty-One Yeara Old. Homo jPrinted. Official Journal of Jackson Co. f Bold Outspoken, Democrat ic AYtetu Family Paper. lis circulation iu the Counties along the Const nud in those of tbe Interior, is very good and constantly in creasing, which, thereforo, makes it a spleu lid ad vert isiug medium. TERMS $2 a year, in advance. JOS PRINTING. BUSINESS MBIT Should Palronize the DEMOCRAT-STAH A HOME INSTITUTION. Not simply because it is a borne institu tion. but because wc CAN aud WILL do all kiuda of Job Printing as neatly aud as cheaply as cau be done else where. MERCHANTS Will do well to examine our work an. I plica. We keep constantly on hsud the latest and best stationery. such aa ta ireu erully used in printing LETTERHEADS, AOIE-HEADS, BILL-HEADS, SHIPPING TAGS, C Alt DM, CIRCULARS, STATEMENTS, ENVELOPES, Etc., Etc., Etc INVITATIONS ForWeddiugs, Bal?s, Parties, Socia'des, ke nnioiiSr Celebratious. neatly execated. LEGAL BLANKS of every kiud will lie print ed subject to order, aud all ther printing that county omciala may need. BUSINESS CARDS f the latest style. supplied on short no tice aud at reason able prices. Having a large and lt-rleoted tck of tbe LATENT AND MOST IMPROVED JOB TYPE of every kiud, Cnts, Orna- mentn. ete., tegether with TWO PAS"" IOB PREfWES. we are possessed of facit tirs for tbe exeratien of Job Work in tbe latest style. Those wisbiug Any Style of Printing from tbe smallest "tag" to tbe full-sized poster can be snppl:e1 st this office for a very nominal snm. Commercial printing will dooe at prices that defy competition 18S5. " P. K. MATER. rM:u and Proprietor. bt M. V. B. Oelmas Avenue -DEALER IX- Dry Goods and Notions, LOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTH INC. FKEtll GKOtLKlhj FEED, CANNED GOODS, TINWARE, HARDWARE, ud every thing connected w ith Fuisi-C! ak Mtork, v I i V ill 1 1 m i 1. w tw for the cash. Also Wines, Liquors, Ah', etc. Gi ice a aillt and see. January 12, livt't. 41-ty CRESCENT HOT: EAT ST. 1. . . X- 1 r . -..- - ! f ' f "-r A'i. JOHN V. TOULME, Proprietor. Beautiful dotation tor a Winter Retort, fmeittf tJireetly oH the Cult. TERMS RE.ISO.V.1 ULE. COATJAO .l I imiiac;. November .21, lrtfe4. A. BLUMEE, Moss Point, Miss. PKOP. IKToa OK foss Point & $c.untoh -AND DEALER IX General! Merchandise Usually kept iu a lirst cluss store. Furniture and Eeasakeeping Goods cf all Einds a Sj-ocialty. STOVES are sold lower than New Or leans or Mobile prices, as I buy Ihem for spot cash direct trom the munnl'ai:tuiers. hi E A M ti K 1 RT M i LL 1- re h Al en l.t i ri ts, llominy, Chops, Craekml Corn and Peed of all kinds sold at lowest market prices, aud delivered free of ehurire within city limits. Buying feed in luri- qiinntities euublcs me to get tbe Ixncht or Uolesle prices, and can therefore sell us cheap as .he chcupe.f. Cl.'fsTOM SHOE DEPARTMENT where a person can jret the bst bhia's for I hit lea.it uiouey. No p per soles, puste-bourd conuters or woihIcii hceels are used ill niySlioe Peotory none but pi nnine oak tunned leather, and 1 defy competition as to prices and qualiry. Also, ha e tilsuvs oo baud first-clnss hand-made bliinglcs for silc at reasonable oriees. Tbunkin,' customers tor past patronage invite a continuance oi same. Resnectfully. A. BLL'MER. Good Delivered Free of Charge. October 4. lo. 31-ly OF THE SOUTH, FOR THE SOUi ti, FOUTHE WE0LEC0OTRV. IS FOR ALL. Tb fanner, lha msrhnlc, lb wrkmi, th IHmclMnt, thn maiiuiMriitrer HraHtns In tmt vocal lew in lit, itiembri of evtii jr houweliwld, tb wifaBr Ui Biuikar ul u cUil.lr . wiU AttU Tl3 Times-DaniGcrat Th Mom! ewKimptM- If fb fhc( thm Uaj 4t tit hurt. It U WfHrtsMtlr. l a )iics law ih. tMrra poTerty will (lnH it iimu rooa vmjr. It Ik a luxury i arlikb ailatUor tuxanaa abotaUl raaili.y nir.ilaaua. Cawi.lrtaU M-a. tixlrjiHT.-.l aasl rrrii4 ta (UraciMHi. atevaiail la tcia, rviimt ta hiriar fottutjMt u ait guod aatk, avtcipruiac taal Uiiuira, It Recctnmends Itself to the Consid eration of the People. TaBlIf.T VIMK-aKlit4-IAT. atarht ltweiiirtfaiirpaa,ra.aHtan4imiiH h rar. i wall4Hl la aMbnetiUrraat TWfcl.VK UOLUKt 1'Klt A.NNLM.aJjMtairraiiJMiU.(.n T wo atLT Tisri. nrssrstt, ITslTtWMiters rw. sWUIm4 SisrSr. IS SialM tm HlnrnMll st ON K kni.I.Aa Airnnm c a is rtk akkuh. Tstverj DAILT sa4 S ltH.t Imrtf aak srrlbvr. The .liBBS-BeEOcnt Mix OR YEAR BOOK, Vlll W aeat rra TLa T--H. ILVIIACia aaarraiy aittrM a whia pwaiartty. it pra aaatwia icmhImiH ihint a (arara aanaat af )afnriaum. laoii. a-ciinaat at tmrrai. whtrh lata bmm ra u lt rawaw i tr ?tt arinftftit. tha !-4ittkMa,ib4 baaaaa a a a aa4 ba all laari. rent eisca. hi a par auimc. itsa h na aaal aMrr af KwfT aetT,v.-H anal r-ir n-)alciliatrttatt. i)rwf7aii.1.!rbla paTa acscaraialT .,Irafl a4 arT)aiw-altv aav ar'-a Vr1 ttrt'..arrat ;a i t i pawh aetl I nrtrtia af tha at t-( IalBtiUl an vvv v s.iriiaii m rVJBf I BeatUfM eaa b ma tnH IHl)a Ik. ar lrmier fiua au.r rv !"--. br rUl aata. a ar r$ aMKrU ttar. THK HMIls-liPMocir vT. RANT ON. CAREY, ILV1S. 1t. 1 b aa04rt pom,lr WetCt mtrmrptpmrAtwr) toactaaca, Bnchavmes, ntfiLenna; auc-ariaav ia Tentino4Dcl paleDiaerpuiliaiieL hrj dutb ber lllrutrated with aplmdid anrTinj. Tfeia pablicaion rarntshaaa most Ta!n.b e enoeiofxtai or infurrna'Jon wbicb bo petvB tbouW b wiiboal. Tha popularity of the H. lavnyin AairniCAM ta aura tbt iu circulation Bear! vioaln that r.f ell otbar papara of iU claaaoornhine!. Pric. f :t ? m ML JTN A CO.. Pobliahera. No. iblhroadwa. N. rr,ri,-K':OT'Bl to c-m tifc so:u br u n.wMe.ln SL JIN A CO., Pobltoher. No. aiilhniulw.v N. IT. Thirty. Wtura ha PafBt (V9r anfl hi tw-fniirtMl mora One Hundred "Ihoti- ano apniicai.on kt laiuia m ma !dh-1 biar and foraiipa emm rtt. areata. 'I'rade-al ark . ton ,-riiih ' h. AwirnaiMita. and all oih-r naiMra Kr aatrarinc to ioTr.t )- tbir r.h;i ia tba LnitM Stata, Ciuiain, KugUdi, Franc,, uamicr and othrr 1,rnga t-oaaine. pi-, pared atstiortBottOfirn rfre.nai Ulana lalurm&tiua a to abtainag !-nt. cVia.r- fuiiyirivea without charge. Had-t' krt ..f inf.rna.ti(in tvn.i I ram Hatatnl im.rA throajth Muno A Co. ara nr.iww! in tbs JW:iDt:(- Araartcaa fra. Tha ad'tDtaf of su m not n wall oo Jrtood by ali panuua who wult Ui dia poM of oeir ptttenia. AddraM V'.'NN A CO . Oftr feOUririq Aajiau an. aa Lroatiirar, V ra. JIH AI 1 lilv'EI I. Prom Lookout Station on the N. O. arid Jl. Railroad, for Pcarlintoti. LoU.u aud Gaiucsvilln, the fust propeller, 1zEa2 1V.0. Henderson, K. K. IIOA ROMAN, MaMer. Makes daily trips to Peailington, L g town and Cuinesville. Connects with 1 he coast aceommmlat i. a truia, morning and evening, and also with the east-bound train from New Orleans daily. . . A. COELZER, FANC'V AND FTATLK rocenes DRY GOODS. SCRANTON. October 30, Itli. 35 Cm Poitevent &!Favre, MANCFACTritERS AND HKtl.KRS IX cuaHS Pressed f UmeerT SkintIt, Plotter, Latht, IfeKnlTtntlxT, Ete. lXl'ORTF.RS OF CEDAR' AS V'UXRQC AXT Kep eortsntlr on bsn!t tflnre"qiient!tieii ef Prv, Kttuh KltN,iinr sntl Cfi'liifr. Lumltr tuwt-il ti onlt-r. Mini ttj., i l attreii(tiita!ti ts hirie aiel Sliie sitii Ifcutluf LiimitL-r. Al.w Crotut-Ties. Hewn TimWr, l'lling, ete., funiiHhetl. !t;!iJiliril;jjloa, a Pearl titer, ffississifpi. Bran, h Oifice. la rniw St.. Tj)nil!ma Nslioa 1 Hank r.ull.lim. .VA'r fPLKJXS. LA. Cnl-'e AiWreM, l'(tnsvBr, ruuluitWa. Kji iuijt r iu, i?c. 3J-.ini itilministrator's Sale. Py'virtne f the power vested in me 13T a I rv of t ie Chancery Conrt of Jar k fon ronuly. M.SKissippi, at mlcs tlierciu, Vrtt-..n.lu.. 9 Im.-. 1 ,..1! A,L..,l..i......- ...... u. .j . m., . , . mm a.nuiiimiii of the estate of JainesNapier, defeated, sell at public oaterv, iu'fmut of the floor of the Court house ef Jackaan coanty, at Srraiiton. Misa within le;al honr pre si riled lor slurids ulcs, to, the highest bidder for cash, oo Eatwrday,tke 2SrA iay'of November, ttsr. all the rights, title and iulerest ot tbeashl JsmesWapier, deceased, in the pilot-boat Msttin George bow plviugia ibe waters of Jackson conntv, saiii i utter est bring a one-ton it h nmlivided interest in said Imat. Tke lille thereto is thought to be good, and I will cotivey sm h infer est aa ia vested in me a- anck 0lminisiu tor. H. K. KREBS, Administrator. Scraiiten.'.Mias.. Nov.Jt, la.-a, 36-4 W. H. Graham, Moss Point,' Mis3. Denier ia . DRTiaCOEStlTOTlClTS, Groceries, Canned Good, Hardware, Hat neu, Saddlery, Etc. rsiiocs,;ciotiiia,;rcea And General Merchandise. Quick S1m asi 8aU Tnl'.t. ;3s-tt mm I Salmribw tot tlie Demockav- 8tar.