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Coast iiw ",w -.7! " coast TL!.h iiot nanet train o rrivii All bs .l V 11-. rnnnlnir bV follows, rnnntiifr jy ataiidar h i.tus sania Or'"""1 timT tlei ooisO BAST. .UariniNn Orlaaaa at 7:45 s.m. Ktl?v8t. Lonis,8:50 a;m; Pass !f,T,. fO-07 Mii"iPP'' City, 10:33; W$ia Ocean Spring, 1100 a.tu.; ;WIejSU' H.w Orleans .t Ko,?TlvVt Bv Bt. Louia, W:15 p. " ; r-r.lfmu 10Vap.m; lliloxi, 11:15 L,Tll:M p-m; Motile, 1.10p.m. ,1,11, ll." I UOISO WB8T, Ko S-Kaat Line Mail leave. Mobile at Arrivea at Seranton 3:50 a.m. S.W36, ChrW fcW. Buy W. r..r New Orleans Mobile at 2:15 P. Ns Orleans, 1'- RUtiou Agt. We tieeil more raiu. Scrantoii is very healthy. The wcrttber is warm for No tenilwr. Tlie forest leave "are purple, jello "J V. M.' Canty will treat you right at irtluced prices. Slici iff Walk is out gathering in ibe taxea. Tlie tstiower Tuesday was rvl freshing and very acceptable. A new lot of Children's, Ladies, mid Men's slioea at W. 31, Cutty's -Mr. B. F. Pickett attended this week United States District Court iu season at Jackson. V. M. Canty is In receipt of a titpi'.'.'tot 1'ig Feet, Sausage, Fruit, JAlytetc. '' ' ; (Jhiistoias turkey are tatton ing. Wo are fond of nice roast turkey and cranberry sauce. -Mr. Job 11 F, Ktebs, ot Moms 1'oiut, gave us .. pleasant and agreeable call last Tuesday. If you are fond ot Buck Wheat mid Oat Mi-alyou can Ami tbeui th-iili at VV. M. Cauty'a. There is 110'tnoiivy In our comi ty treasury to pay" warrant's on the general county fund. ! Mr. J. L. Daliteji-r, of Moss Point attended Circuit Court at j liny 1st. Louis this week. 1 -Mr.'. U..: DlooiiifleUi, of this ;ilaeu stteiidi'd Circuit Court at Bay St. Louis this week.- -Rev. J. W. Tinniu will preach in the Methodist. Church iu Scrau toa, on Sunday at 1 p. ni. If you have anything to sell advertise it iu .the Democrat Star.' "' . . There is almost as many men who talk too much as women. The tongue is an unruly member. Elder F. P.Seanclifl will preach iu the Union Church at the Sea Shore, the coming Sabbath at 11 a.m. The hotels and boarding bouses lie prepared nnd tiv5 ample robin ty- all northern boarder this wh: Mr. C. 11. Aity h removed bis Htock ot goods to the Krebs store, on Dcluias uveuue, where be will be glad to sea his' old custom er and friends. , , Christmas is not far off, and buJfeApeaking ot Christinas reminds us that so manv tuikevs die on that day'.' The thought makes us eel sad, . " ' . Dou't forget to examine y6ur flues before building fires. A little caution iu this direction may save the necessity of calling out the fire men. Master Eddie Blake, left last Monday for Bowling Green, 'Ken tucky, to Uk a business coarse at tue Normal College. lie will not rstnrn home before spring time. Mr. Ed. TL Ttrairir. of Ifoss r'"t, left last week for New Or- lean to a.ttnl Tntaina VMlinal School of Medicine. He will re- Bio until the session close in the spring. The steamboat Mary Bhaw froni Mobil araa lnnt hrm Sjfnr. d'y by the tog Lizzie Frank to go toe Ulaocbard way. The Mary 81lw is to be almost rebuilt and de new. The work ha already commenced. J.L.8outhmrtlt 84-nW Hill avenue jost below BrW Street bura all km.l of t Sc.aatoii, 3:50 .Oceaa Swings, li''f.w.utiirf.r:i::- Bay St.' Loai.V6; i000 produce. TIIK HTAlt L1V1:HV.TABL. The 8tnr Livery Stables ol Mr. B. F. Pickett, is one ol the land murk of Scrautou, and it is a noticeable fact they are now being fitted up, cleaned, whitewashed aud otherwise put iu order as though 110 financial depression had ever been felt in our community. Through all, the financial vicissi tude of the past seventeen years the Star Livery Stables have never varied in price, except in conformi ty with surrocuding circumstances, and these prices have always been uniform without respect to ik-isous. Good horses, uice comfortable bug gies, neat and cleuu offices, warmed by stove in winter, prompt atten tion night aud day, characterize the Star Livery Stables. Mr. Tickett has now, In connection with his stables a nice glass enclosed hearse, as uice as can be had iu any country town, which bo has fitted up so that our people may enjoy the luxury of a decent burial. With these reflec tions it must bo seen that this insti tution rs a public benefit, aud de serves the Support of the citizens. Mr. l."V. Enochs, of. Poplar yllle, traveling agent for nimble aud iron works and grave yard fix tures, gave us a call Monday. We arc glad to bear that he met with success iu his line while in out place. Fouud. Tho best place in Mobile to put up is at the wagon yard of J. L. South worth. Good quarters, good water and stables, groceries, feed, dry goods, notions, etc, at the very lowest prices. 1 Call 011 him and see lor yourself Spring Ilili ave., just below Broad Street. , We see from the Deuisou (Tex as) Sunday Gazette that our youiig friends' Messrs. liaichle & Jordy, formerly of this place have opened up a fish and oyster dewt 111 Deui sou, Texas. We arts glad to Lear (but these young gentlemen have a choivd in the Loue Star State, aud trust they may meet with abun dant success. , Wuijou Yard. Wheii visiting Mobile do not fail to put Up with J. L.Southwortli,oii Spring Hill ave., uear Broad Street. Best yard iu tho city, and gro ceries, feed, dry goods, etc., cun be bought at bottom price. . , . The Puocagoula Gun Club have had thcir aunu.il hunt, mid to niyut the game supper will bo spread before tho hungry hunters at Scrautou Hall. ... Drink Keystone B.ve Whiskey, a pure, iinailiuierarea wuisKey,.iien trom headaches. Only $1.50 - pet gallon. Also Free port' Bye, four years old, the best 12 whiskey in .. ,r !. .1 C. ..... O..I.I 1.. rue uuijc'i ouiiuh. o"iu uuij "j Cralt & Co., 75 ;ind 77 .'Jaiiphin street, Mobile, Ala., 6lo agents. Wonders will never cense. They read the bible and discuss the scriptures in the Court bouse. Election. Southworth was ahead for hav ing tho best Wagou Yard iu Mo bile and selling ginneries,- feed, dry goods and notions for" less money than nuy house iu tho city. Full weights and good goods guar anteed at lowest cash price. WeluTlulitr "trgrt-atdeal 6f com plaint of the Irregularity of the mails coming fipin the North and East, unpardonable dotentiou of business letters', and some missenr, thereby 'being detained several days. , This is a great annoyance to all businoss men, but more espe ciully lothope shipping oysters and fisb, as their orders are sometimes detained en route until the ship ment should have been made- thus disappointing the purchaser as well as the shipiter. We don't know where tho fanlt lies, whether with the route agents, or at some distributing office. We hope the postal authorities will look into this matter and have it corrected soon as our business has already aufler ed in consequence of somebody's negligence. Everybody When in Mobile call and put np in Southworth' Wagon- Yard. Groceries, dry goods and in fact everything kept in a first class store. Lowest prices guaranteed on all articles. Do not fail to call on him as we Lave been there aud saved money. When we "put our paper to press Thursday evening it wa raining. a - Subscribe and pay for your home paper. Tbeie is blood on the moon ! LETTER FROM WASHINGTON. Wasuisotok, D. C, Nor. 8, 1. Coiranpoiident Diiuocrat-8tui. ' Mr. Editor: Notwithstanding the fact that the election held upon Tuesday lust was the first Congres sional election under the present administration, thore probably nev er was an Hectlon in which less interest was manifested by the de partment . clerks , i.0 the result. Comparatively few of the clerks went to their homes to vote, work in the offices went on as usual, aud uo one would have gu.cssod from going' through the departments that an electiou was in 'progress1. No mouey. was collected, aud very few reduced i-ate tickets for voters going home, 'were issued by the Campaign Committees. A the time tor Congress to con veiie"' approaches, - the President liuds, that in order to enable him to property attend to uis public duties', that lie should be free from interruption, and be has according ly issned an order to the effect that dining the thife that intervenes be tweeu the lOth ot November, and the time oftne meeting ot Congress, he will deny himself to visitors except upon public business of im portance.: r This 111 not however be construed to incbple applications or recommendations for office, lie states as bis reuson for giving the notification at nu early date, his desire to dispose in advance ot the plea that a trip to Wushiugtou has been made in ignorance ot the tir rangeupjuf. The usual public re ceptions at 1:31) o'clock nu.3Iuhila.ys, Wednesdays and Fridays will be continued as heretofore. A good story comes tiom the Coifijitrollei's Uflice, and 1 will re late it its an evidence of the alert ness evinced by that official iu the detection of frauds in his .office. It seems that in examining the pay rolls recently it was discovered that upon! some -of the rolls one of the tii borers had sigtied his name, while on others he made his mark. Sus pecting thai this discrepeucy must conceal a great fraud, all ol the ac counts were suspended, aud the man was notified of the discovery, lie at once wrote "a letter to the comptroller, in which he called at tention to the fact that the vouch ers were uuifornily signed with a cross up to a certain dste, but tliemilter with his autograph, and in explanation of the mystery ex plained that he bud been attending a night school and Dad learned to write.- 'The woodman with his ax makes a pretty picture in poetry, but he is inncb too slow lor the Street con tractor. During the progress ol the work iu extending the streets iu the north western section of the city, it has been found necessary to remove U largo number of sturdy oak lives, iind.it was at once decid ed to blast lUeUi ur, fWliile it has Oeeii couijnon to remove stomps by blasting,. .'tho blasting ol entire trees is a novelty wliicli hasaltraul ed largo crowds to the scene of operations. The process consistn ot . iioufiniiig within a cavity directly .beneath the tree a can cn taining eight or ten pounds of Jud soli powder, .wliicli is fired by the use ot a tuse. When tho xilosiou occurs a dull rumbling sound is liea,nt,"and 'the. huge tieois lifeil info the air"," "The powder used for this work is slow in its action, aud lifts trunk, stuinp and all lioui she ground. The' .contractor says that while dynamite. is quicker in its ac tiou, tlnit it would not prodncesndi saiislactory results. ..... Hal. "For Whom the Cup Fits " On a par with thitfinny be men tinned: lAe wcliou ot some ot our liusiiM' men, who buy their letter slid bill 4iends from a foreign mar ket, when they know they can have ns nice work done at home an they get ilboad. The eitouseris that the city job offices undersell us '2o or 50 cents a ream". 'Wo presume the city merchant will still us a b irrel ot flturT or tU0 pounds of sugar nta dis'sount as compared with the prices 'of our merchants, but we always lmy at home, and we always buy from thoso wuo patronize us, becanso wo believe it is rjght to oneourage liome industry, and bo cause we believe our patrons have us good goods nnd are as clever ii en lis those who send nwny to the city foriheir printing. There is a peculiarity about fbese gentlemen who ignore the home uewspaper office, which . appears exceedingly cheeky'. Let it becomo necessary for announcement to be made iu the paper, or by circulars calculated to ueuefit the business interest of the town, and fhey are the Jirst to sug gest to us whatour duty is in the premises and "the latt to promise to pay their pi opoiliouato pai-t of the rxiense. Ourremarks are intended only 10 those whom the cap fits. TflE Louisvjlle Timet foots up the result as follows : -Tho latest return show that the Democrats have made gains of sixteen Con gressnzeu and the lU:publiciins of twenty five. The present Dom ocratlo' majority in tlie House is forty-three aud the indications are that the mijority iuihe uext llouse will bo reduced "to twenty-five. But what will rejoice all Hue Dem ocrats is the fact that there Has been a slaughter of the Bandall crowd iu New York and Maryland, to say nothing of Xew Jersey and Obio. Mr. Randall witl not have following of a score of mem'oors when John G. Cai lisle is c boxen Siaker of the FiltielU Congress." ISII,OXI. How to I'rove Away Quarantine No Fever Cases Left The t!or- , resiMindents Not DulldoRcd. j : N. O. riunyune. .' - .' ". ' Biloxi, Jliss., Nov. 10. Tht) fol lowing commnuiciition- .was tele graphed lo Dr, -W.irf JohusoU jes terday : "' '- Biloxi, Miss., Nowfl.Dr,' Wirt Johimon, . Secretr.Y" . Board . of Health, .Jackson, Miss. :. What proof is necessary to comply with tho resolution of the Louisiana Board of Health t Wire answer. PmL'McCAiHSActiiigMayor. To which Dr.' Johnsou roplied as follows : . . , ' Jackson, ' 3Hss., 'rJIo-.. .9 Phil McCabe, nctiug Mayor, Biloxi, Miss. : Wo have written requesting Dr. A.' P. Cbamglin to visit your town as an iiisjectoxofithe Board. Hope his visit will-give satisfaction to all concerned. Wust Johhsox, - Sccrctai-y State JSvulpf lleultli. Jfiiyor McCabej:pu. receipt of tho above telcgraiu, ' Jat OiJCtt communi cated with Di .CUi'tiw'iirii!;-lv,. wiic asking hihi when he woiiht visit Biloxi. To .th is he Dpijfor replied that, he had nothing'y vt I'roiu Dr. Johnson j, it is Vicpobtetl, 4iowever, that Dr.. ChniplKi.aUl auivc here to morrow..,- .:: -: In an interview with three of the local physicians to day your report er was hit'ormed . . Unit sueil her of them had a single ratieu.toii baud, the last ono being disuliarged yes terday, that being- a case ot inlau tile fever. -. ; . . A report which has gained con siderable credence in Now Orleans, to thq effect that the newspaper correspondents here have been bulldozed and prevented trem bend ing true reports of the status of the health of the town, is without foundation. . JS'o .eflort has been made so lar as I know to suppress any correspondence, and all reports sent by theiu.fiom this point in the main have been correct. L. & Louisville & .Nashville It. 1L ; THE OBBAT .-UutwscB tlj Cities of ' ,ClSCl'X.4Tf, ,. .. - USSIXOTOX, wiisru.t.n, Fr.iSSVlI.LE. sr. locis And the Cilio ol XASiirit.Lt:, MEM I'll IS. MUXTGOMRBT, M(JIULK1 XKf OUt.EJXS wnflori am ixd vriTiiOT mm Shortest & Qujckdrit Rute Fni'm Siit Orl.-n. 'Moliiltt Mid )litiiiiM-J. ta XOliTIf, KA.ST & WEST. T,i llm.i n.ivj Witlwiit.cliliiiti' t- Nuli nti, CIiIi k, withuut but nun ilius- " Northern and Eastern Cities TIIICOl'CII COACHES From C'lintliiniHign ami XnsJiyillB to St. Lnilis, coiiiiectinK dirne't lot Cities In tin ;Noitliwi'Ht. . iriiiin-r-mtd Skin b..m on Urn lion of low l-atrs. - .Smo At'i'iitu of thin Company for rates. iout'T utnt or wrifn C. V.. ATMOKl-:, G. 1. & T. A., Lujvill, Ky. . Mobile & Ohio B. R. roit ALU I'Ol.NTij . .. , , NORTH, i:AST aiul AVlvST JANUAJiY47, 1KS(J. . Leave Union Depot Foot of Gov ernment, 8t., Mobile, Ahi., 1:23 P. M. 1 Daily for 'lk filatiniin AM) Slaking rloso C'oliuec- 1o:SO P. M. liiiH as folluwH. At MKIMHIAX, Willi lliu Alaliunia, (5 rest Southern for Iliiiiiitilmnu Ltiwl tiiniw jja. C'iiiciiinali, clr., also m ar eoiinec t iniiH for. Iii ksoti.MiMC iil't YiikKluijj. ATl'OlflNTH. witli Mruiilii& Cliarles tou Haib'oatl for Docai iu, C bulla uooi;a anl Mi-mplim". " '- , -. . AT C'OV'Ml"'. KV-' fi" ''" " - in ".'use ronm-clioii at'lTiiion lHiMit fol :nt; ;'. K.Mis:isCtiyii'l H poi'iU CillOll.ilK- rolllll.IKJJl Mllf l.rT from IV.-mr. -., Hi. I1.MV at 4 Trtf il:W. airtv.! t'U.a.lt J in. Soi a loiiuil limns ai'i iisif t !O0 .in. ami 1:I"i.bj. - . Foi lliloi iiiat'ion jw ro.tnloi ear er vioo riiis, roiiiut-tloiiS, cfo. call at Cen tral OS.ee, nailer lJaltlo Tt-nso, Mobile. not ay & tAricfiE. DfliertforJ ani' UWwftl of Kofciie, Is mepaeil to fnniisll t the f itizens ni Scrautou im1 vicinity IlSrf I KoIms, BuiU and V:teiv( nil siwwaiHl VIit'- Also Hearse, Urriaera ! liKi fnrnihliwl nitMinitly it romumaulu rat.. Ott'.l..rl;l.. 31-lm Fire.Insurance ! E. wi Morritf, Agt.f Livcrpo4 and London and (JI)J)fJ Ins. Co, Offut i ilost 1'oint, Mist. Itisnrance w" dwelling pcilly so Oi t. IS, lnrft. 1 For Sale. Tlie "Ens F.lMf three qnai! of a. mile frem Hrniil. t Telrpliooe mad, eouUiuix J afrrs, dwrlluit liomw witb ' roiii rip h:i(wr atblp ana other neci-0 liniidip?. U w-K-r with abnnds tbiit. eoeh ea firaw, Kiir. i'" n Vrl"- Ih p l1,,,,d eomlitkta fir Tnck farmief. etc. Alao fro tiirr 4-miwie niden. Term b"- rp.r.LAUl. 'i :-rtnUii, Mi AtpainW-, N D- rylercier's Sons, The Renowned Clothiers & Hatters For Cheapness and Fair Dealing, Dauphin Street, Two Blocks from Battle of Paris, NEW ORLEANS. Novemlior .1, ISSfi. M-Gm . ... - , . ' n.i;,, .; ; : ' . : : . Mammoth Bargain Store! :Jut ICeccived I lie Larsesl, Hcf Ol Cheapest Stock of General Merchandise r-COMI'JUSIXa A FILL A Si) COMPLETE L1XS OF DRESS GOODS in check and plaids. CALICOES, DOMESTICS bleached and unbleaeliod. SUEETIXGS, SUIKT1NGS, TICKINGS, FLANNELS. JE ASS, DAMASK, TOWELING, BLANKETS, SPREADS, COMFOltTAHLES, BO(m, SnOES, HATS, CAPS, HOSIERY, SOAPSf 1'EHFUM ES, HARDWARE, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, . TINWARE, WOOD WARE, Etc.v Etc. : READY-MADE CLOTHING A SPECIALTY. . Our mmm-paSxiMl Kicilitios for piu-cbnMtng wmlilna im to il;;e our goivls wi tliin eaHy reach of all, amt an examination of them ami printui will Wear na out in aayiug tliat we AUK SOT TO UK L'SUE'KSOLI) hv ny:. The public generally and tlio i,Ai)iKS Kst'KClAU.Y are coi-diall.v invited to all exiuniue our utoek and jfire OS a triai. F W MANAHAIM & CO. Mows Point, Octolmr 15, 18G. E. D. LAUREtyDil3 Pascagoula Street .-f. .. SCRANTOK, MISS., dealer'in DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS, CLOTHING & SHOES, A full and complete stock of Staplo and Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Ales, Etc. iiood Delivered October t, 1H-S6 si its liiiti: i on - - - THE STATE LEDGER, . OfilcialJournal cf Mississippi, jj; ii. HKNKY....... PkowuktoIi, JACKSON, MISS. $1.50 Her Tear. 1.00 for Six Months. A -48-COMJ.TE PAPER, . .i CNTAINIX(i ALL TUB .SEWS OF TUB DAY, "Stat Batten,' A Choice Miscellany. Supreme Court -. Decisions, te. - In Clubs of i'lVU TIIK ' STATU fiKDWKR Witt bo gent ONE YEAU Ker tl.85 oacli, willi a Kn Cty t tie IH-rsoii -ndins fllu tJInb. tlnm K' vi,,4 Six paii'ra one year for tyiM, n.irtts or Tzr.v THE .STATE LEIHiEK Will lie Bent ONE YEAU For $1.00 each with a Free Copy to tlie i person mmiling tlie unni. THE ' , The Lssdlng Nawapaper , '"l837,-". . orttaBooth. . 1837 Tha .New Orleans Pioaynno, eatab liaUed fifty year, baa kept pace with , the proffross of Journalism, and is now the moot reliable and beat paper pub liBboM in the South. la independent and fearless in Its edi torial conduct It has the widest and moat complete system of news gat hering, by telegraph, correspondence and re port ori 1 corps, and the moat accurate and complete market, commercial and financial statements published iujfew Orleans. ' " . Which may bo taken r5ewr' tb'krftaiy at3scriptioa ear T ice, U full ani complete in all news dopai tmenta, trith the added features of household, fashion and society talk, and a feast of choice original and selected literary matter for home reading. The special writings of "Catbabij Cout,"lIitRr Ha tkjk (Paris correspondent), Jexxik Jcn (faelrton writer), Moixic Moonn Davis, and many others, appear to the Sunday tosne. 1 This mammoth aixteen page paper U the - beat and cheapest weekly paer published in the South. In a con-. denied form it contain all the news of the wek. the cream of all literary mati ter and the beet epeoiol features of the Sunday issne, with an important Aow-cxi-tvhai. Dbpabtmrkt, conducted by DaxiIi. DKsmrt, and the latwtt mar rrr itkpoRTS. The Weekly is published EvbrI Thursday Morniko, and reaehc aU nbscrioers for 6 unity readinl tlOIKrO wrth ot crai nsa ental nrticl for ladles and Wentlrmcn, frirls and toys, kre Brd to all who will hp aubfwribers for ttae Wecklk Pleayane. Ui f thr-e Alnablfl prent will acntio any addr. TER! OF BUBaCRlPTION. DAtL.T-1 laaaas w. . Cue Year J. tlj p p. Wontrl Three Mih One Mouil SrWOATt riCATOiB BY MAfT. Or-Year, I f SiMonti4. mtui ncATTjxc One Tear. A. U g.ikloDVhaX. re IhreeMoat V BAmpie ceikM, cin b rates ei Vklr. hstt ot MMIt for slab few uriaaaa, i -j s- ree of Charge. 32-iy. FKliSAXl) S. FIIEDEIUC, .Parisian Dyer, 99 3t. Francis St., - - MOBILE, ALA. LadiiV. Geiita' and Children's doilies I out taking to pit-ma, and win ranted not to Mil-ink. l-cai n irn lileaehecl, Uyeil fcliu Curled. Purajtoia Cleaned and Dyed. ISilka, VelvftB, Fine Ineea, Lace Cnrtaina, Cashnieren, lilauki-ta.etu. Cilovea cleaned. MICH WAI1IIAXTED FAST. I'All country work" eiitrnstid to me v in rernve eareiu and pnnupt attention October 1, 1H8C. 31-(im Stop! Read! Buy! and ntlier leadinj A"H7.V(J MACH1XFS Willi ut lucliitiriitH rompliite arliinm ill anv depot in the I uiled Rtatea lor luiKVY DoM.aks. Cull or wnd tor Catalogue. E. K. VIJATTLKHALM, 'i-T A CI 1 1.. r.li in C4 fl.;i.. A 1,1 tlTKnilting Y.irns, I'aita, Needles, Oils, etc , tor all machine. Jiarch 5. 1-H. 1-ly EXTKACT 1IIHBT0' i A NATURAL TONIC ViEASA ir Ta Hit usi't ' ; TJR fiHSAT BLOOD PURIFIER! -ol pciiB.,Mll !eraiigonit of im OigKotiva Orga aa the tlep,kln Dlneaaoa. Cala, Barn, fittl nnd KrnLiaa. At'll I MOM '.piltrtl Hnporlflo. Mi'cuitialisin, ?3lirl l Ulwor i,rJ t'hrunlc niarihut aad.ab" siluto caaoa of Bleo Polaenlng. ) iclj wiihtal (alt fa Ita weader. fill ebratlva pewer. A all ler free paiaphlet, te se had : kl eler sir aaat, fMtpald, Iron U.e A. I. I.. t ., mobile, Alaw patCE, FiFTY CENTS. FCQ SALE CY ALL CRJ2CI2TS. JiETIS TUOTJ SONS & CO., MANlFACTfRRKS Or Door; &uh, LlinJ, Moulding; Bol lUrt, Door & V indo Frame, JiracktU, Etc REOCLAB 6IZCS IS STOCK. Pealer iu B iiHeiV Hardware, Gias, Putty and Tan- M xti tif. Jakvis T! K a . . Cor 8t AnilK.yi Watcil-,Mul)i:e.Ala. I April 1. l Arid Iron lCarth. , ' . TtlADB 1!K. ALCC8DI. u, Trailo fJir. rmm r.imi- pa " i t 1 1 i L.. nawr-nia..- wlaw.arr. ,- r 0. L. Cowaiit. E. T- Cowart dBro.t TIIK LKAIH.tU Produce Commis'n Merchants OF MOBILE, ALA., M 6l W N. Water , V 1H St. Michael BU. Ilavo coimtantt.on batMl all kimUof 1V..o.,.. ..,..1 I1. tn I'Fodlll'O mu ll choice Applea. I'otatiKM, Oiiiona. choice lab'e Tiaa, l'ncana, etc., etc. Onlera ami consignmenta kimlly aolicited ami will hare our p.-rnonal aiinnon. October's. li ' S-Am ' ZADUK & NOItTOJV . . Am r mm m m ' PIANO r.i ORGAN CO. Wholesale and Retail. Deulur jn all kinrta of Mimical Hurcban diae. . Inatramnnta sold for eaali or on moutblv ' paynionto. MAN'Vf ACTURKKS' AUKST8 FOB llazelton.. Decker & Sou. THe celebrated EYEPJTT PIANOS ani John Cliiirch Organ 78 Danptiin St.. MOBILE, ALA. October , lrtHfi..' HOW TO USE Keller's Pure While Soapina labor s.trixa.soAi: IMP Hie jiirmmiw ---- thtioAFlSA ori ull 'the- .parts, to. aonk for UU mill nUn, then rub tbeiu lightly; r l.u.iliitv rllHIlEU it'. DO UOll- inir nor coliceiitratMl ly nor other inKre dienta ahonld Ue naerf. Yol -will -iind Clothe witshed with SOAI'l.A will iron eaaier.look brighter and lat loii-;er than when walied witU coannon roam oap, eapecially wo:leu and liuon good. OIHco 110 Gravicrat., Kew Orleaun. fiainpleamailmlon upplioation. October 15, iiTiiTi3UCitLEY; 8 Camp Street, New Orleans, WATCIIIVLA-KER, And Dealer iu & FINE, WATCHES, Jewelry, 8 II verware& Spectacles Every aort of wtehe repaired, jewel ry mado to onler. Duinioiida re-e in in went at vie. All at reasouable price and fully guaranteed. . 1 April inoii. - John J. Driscoll, Dealer in PROVISIONS, Stable e Fancy Groceries Tohacro It vigar Sperimitw 225 and SOT South Kampart aftd 5!5S Girod SlrtMits, NkW OiH-Bans, La. January H, l&W. ; C. Van Antwerp, lias always on baud a ullunply of Drug's Medicines, AL.SO A miS. LINE OF ' PATENT MEDICI1TES, Boutbwe8t Corner Eoyal 4, Dauphin, irnniLE. ALA. .OctobtrSO,' l1o. . - - 35-llr ' 31owM Point ACADEMY. Tbia Institution will bo opened 8TTBM- BKU l.ttll, for the reception oi ooiu wxe. tloinpeti'iit InstrnctoiH w.ll be em ployed in all departments, aud tlie beat plroved method adopieu. For Circular aud KHiciul information, poly to H. 8. HYATT, Principal, Jn'y 33, ISfG. . ' . 22-tf R. A. GUEG0EY, SHIP HROKEIt. LUMBER & COMMISSION MERCHANT, Pascagoula, Miss. , UEFEliKNCKB : . JAMES HI NTKR. Mobile. Ala : 7,nJJ A CU.. Miim I'oiul, ili February S. Iff.. , - Hrm-lcvllle ' Female Institute. Tbe Kightoenth Animal So aion will eoninienro September 8. 188l. Tbia iaslitntiiin rlahun to be fully eiinipiM-tl to Impart a tliormi",li KukIWi -1 Cliiaaio (.1 rdivatioii. Come and BKR FOR YoUlt- srt.vi:. lYof imtrmiaK8 eaiueniiy nil' lied. ' For" iJTr,Vre'ary iufnrinstion sead for Calalorue, StaiKY...: riV- ' . Jnly l6,.l)ti. . .-J5" , LAXI) kotick; Land Orncii at Jai-ksox, Mia., . Oatoberl. t- Kolice is lieteb.V Riyen tliat'tlio. follow ing uanied aettlor-ftria tiled lmtico of bis intention to tliakrrtnal proof in anppoit of liia laiin, aud lit hhiU" plunf will bo made In-fure tho J nil or it. bia aliaeuc the C'luk ot eiriit court of Jnekaou county, at Scraiiton, Mia.,op November W. l"fi, viz : Mclirifir HaiiK, tioiiieilad No. 11U74 for the west bf soulbwrst a,r, section 27, and nortlieaat qr, uorlheaat qr, m-tion ii, and hortliweat qr iiorttiweat qr, aectiou 34, towimliip 5, aouth rang T wrl . . -- Ho names tha following, witneaaes to prove bis conH-rtiionn reanionca iinon and rnltiatioii ef-attid land, viz: Kilnx.nd Tavlor, Jacob Overall-eet, John Delfow and i.ro Williams, all of Vaueleavo 1. O., Jatkaon ooantv, MUa. - J AS. I. STLWAKT, Rjitw. Ololn-r 1, l-4i. 31 FOR SVJLE I The Itwagoiila'ltniixa, formerly pird by V. 8. IKxlson. laqnira at !" OfJeo, Vaacaawwla. Wiaa. W. ti. ioisox, r. M. Marrh S, 1. ' I'lXTiiia ii i v i: i. Ymm Lookout yttaiionod tl!f. O. aM u iUii.,H (or IViulinirton. Lostewa sad ttiurfiille, tho fast propeller, V.O . II endcrso , K. K. riOARDMAX, Haoter. Makeadailr triiwi to PaarliiiKtoa.Lof- towa aud Ghimi-hIIo. Connottawilh tlie eoaat aecomwMwtai ,m u,rHltitaUiteVHlll1C Slid at0 tu e.; oouaa nwm J K. T- C'owAirr.