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mkt.i jormi .jm isok i csn mm Scranion, Miss: FKl.DAY....8epteri.t.cr 30, 1887 T0 ADVKKTISEKS. The DEMOCRAT-STAK is the oldest newspaper on the Miisusppi Gulf Coast ; litis a larger bona fide circulation than any other newspaper in this section ; therefore, it is the BEST advertising med ium. Advertisers, bear tbis in mind. eager. i -i OUB AQENTS. Th following gentlemen are authorized to collect all due to the DkmoChat-iiTaB office receipt fur tb Hut : - 1 Mr. H. F. Russell, Oevan Springs Mil Mr. Joseph C. Airey, HauiUboro, ' Mr. Marion F. Baxter, Ptarliugton, " Mr. N. Bnwhert, Pass Cbriatiau, " DEMOCRATIC KOMIHEE For IHttrict Attorney 'Ik Ditt,' JAIfSS 2L HZVILLY, Or Kemper. JACKSON COUNTY DZHOCEATIC TZCZET For Representntire, JOHN M. PELHAM. For Clerks of I be Court, W. 51. DENNY. For Sheriff, FRANK D. LEWIS. For Treaaarer, J. W. STEWART. For Assessor, ENOCn N. RAMSAY For Surveyor, E. V. MORRILL. For Coroner and Ranger, OSCAR C. FA1RLEY. BEAT UEFJCEKS NOMIXATED. FOR BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. Beat No. 1 JnhoT.;UilMiii. " 8 W. Frank Gofl'. " 3..M.JC'. Allnmu. " 4. .Johnson Ware. 6.. Hubbard Parker. FOR JUSTICES OK THE PEACE. Beat No. 1. .James tlelvestion. M 8..A.C Steede. " 3..Mok I'oiut Precinct.. Oliver 'Wood. J. W. Thompson. KcrantJU Precinct. .Vincent Baptiste. A. K. Krsbs. " 4.. J. B. ViKKinton, W. W. Graves. FOR CONSTABLES. Beat No. 1..H. Golf. " 3.. Moss Point Precinct;.. A Wilkereou- cranton Pre cinct.. F.d. D. Mansfield. D01TT FORGET Dear delinquents, that the money you owe the Demo-CEAT-Star 'is needed right now. "Without further notice come up and settle the old accounts, ana we Know you will feel better and happier in the great beyond when you are called hence. Gen. B. Y. Ramsav, of Meridian, is dead. In Neshoba couuty tbe tax levy is 20 mills. LOO BQQatlS Q. The (Jrtat tivutk, issued ly the Mobile and Ohio Bailroad, for Sep tember wild OetoUr, in speaking ot the Cbicasuwbay Mud Pascsgoula livers, says : "What I tbe. most ueeded here is a booming company (such as are incoiporaicd in the Northwest), to j tike cbaige of the Chieasawhay, I Leaf auu Paseagoula river. Such I a cuiiii)iii,, having control oi lue rivers, would keep them cleared of alt obsti net ions, such as snags, deadheads, etc., uml would receive ihe logs mi every point and deliver them at Moss Point at h much chenerrale tuau they tail be mov ed under the prevailing methods ol rxfriuir, mid at all Mentions of Ihe year, no the stream in large enough if protetly cleared of oOKlrnctioo. If all parties interested in tbis subject were aw ate of the advant ages to oe derived I rum sneb hii organization, it would soon be au accomplished fuel." We believe ihe organisation of some such company in the carrying out of a such t scheme was attempt ed some years ago, bat met with violent opositioii Iron some inter ested quarter. But the experience of this year certainly demonstrates the uecessity of diflerent and better facilities for getting lou's down 'lie streams to the mills, tor never-1 months most ofoer.uii;ls at Moss Point Lave been , on I he! eve ot cloeiug down, and their output has been very short "tor waulol Iocs Tbis loss of time of men and ma chinery amounts np very largely and would, if applied, have done considerable work on the river iu the way of removing obstructions. Two tram roads bave.recently been cobs! rue ted by private enterprise, one ot which is iu successlul opera tion, lint is ouly working for one mill. Cooutiug such losses to the mills with expense and time requir ed iu boouiiug by tbe present tedi ous system, we fail to see whys compauy to take coarse of the boomiug business with a capital to put tbe liver in u navigable condi tion aud run the logs at all seasons should bo at all objectionable. Nor do we think it would be ut the pres ent time. With their present capacity the mills on Paseagoula and Dog rivers ought, if kept supplied wilb logs, lo saw 100,000,000 feet of lumber BDuanlly. Their logs come from six counties for a considerable dis tance, beglnuiug about the middle ot Jackson and iulo Ilairison, Per ry Greene, Wayne aud Clarke comi ties, covered with a large and practically inexhanstable giowih of long leat yellow pine. By a judi cious application of capital in nav igation tacilities this teiriiery could even be iucreased through the tributaries of tbe Pascagouls river. These tributaries are a peifrct net woik of feeders that Incline ftoin the Alabama line wes waid, the principal streams being Black and Red creeks and Leaf river. We beliere the bus'ness that could be done by audi a booming company as .he Great Puuth men tions would by highly profitable and largely increase t ho lumber business of this ttect'iOH that would be beneficial to all. LaTtmiBE IROS OoL The CUirke Comity Timet ot ihe 21 "I inst., eouliiiiis the folio ing rryrlaiioii, fiom wbitb t inter that all things are now ready for a boom in Euteipn: Siuee Messis. Moore & Kramel shipiieii 00 tonsot Enleipiiw ore to Bit uiiugliaiii to make a practical furnace teal the nit intense unxie ty baa bt en uiauilenltsi to know Ihe remit of the expeiiiueut ami the luinaf out-put. For obvious rea sons l lie gentlemen having con trot of tbe matter have kept tbe reoull a secret until leceully. it is wilh much pleasure, that the Time is able to present this week imortaut artich-a fbow in the impitaiic of ibe iron ores about Enterprise wbicb will bate tbe efiect lo set at rest whatever doubt tbeie may have been regarding the pa. iug qualities ot these ores. Prof. G. V. West, of Biraiiug bam, ad vise J tbe furnace lest lo be made aud it was under this sueriii teudeiice that it was so done. Lie is m mineral eiert of lepute, and U(Kin bisiecommeudatiuit purchases have lieeii niaile by capitalists of vast tracts ot ore Uwiing lauds. Prof. West is very entboMastio over i be Enterprise ore aud has no doubt bur its development w ill be commenced soou and plot a grand success. lie submits the lollowing reKrt of his work at Birmingham : Bicxinghav, Ala., Ang. 3, '67, Messrs. Kramer & Moose, - Enterprise, Miss, Gentlemen Herewith I beg to baud you my reiiort on ihe irou ore lands, which. st ,our request, I have examined aud located near Enter prise, Miss., herein described. Tbeae lauds are" very favorably located having two rivers, vix: Ockatibbe aud Chunky and several ' creeks running through the whole projierty. Two important trunk line railroad.t, viz: Mobile & Ohio R. It , aud the Queen & Cietieul 11. R., running through tbeae lauds. Tbe !eo.sits of iron ore are not K)eket8 but continuous layers, or beds varying from ten to filteeu feet iu thiukuesa dipping slightly to the southeast. The ore being soil aud lying above water level can be mined very economically and to great extent in one open cut by ie looviug a few feet of stripping. L utter my directions ami personal TH Htllt I'CKU DOLLAR. W heie aie ihe.v t A dollar liele Mini a dollar ilivie, maitend oter the -ou nt i nitlesiiiid miles acart, bow bJd.II I hey be gBiberel togel ti er t The paper in", tb IuihiIokI, the mirfr. Ibe utercbant. and all MMistaifts to l iiii i earrv ing on Ins biiiiifa have their tlewands, bald ly eter to small h a hingle dollat. Tbe mites Tltilli here and Ihele IiiukI lie diligently gathered and patiently hoaideil, or llie where ilh to dlh t targe the liabiliiiea will never betoioe . sufficiently . bulky. We imagine lire prieter will have to get' up and addle his widrly sealteietl dollais someibiiig like tbe follow - tog: . "Dollars, halves, quarters, dimes simI all manuer of tractions iulo which 3 ou are divided, collect oui ees and touie boti.e. You are wanted. Combinations of all sorts ot men. tbat .belii to make ihe prin ter a proprietor, gather iu such force aud df'uiiil with such go.nl reasons yiurtaipearaiice at tbis office, lbat,uoi,biug short of jon will plea.e them. Collect ,vour selv'ea, for as valuable at.voilaie you wifl not pay theeot ot collecting. Come beie in single tile, that we iua form yoti iti battalion aiideud jou fnrtb to battle for us and i indi cate onr feeble credit." , Reader, rfl you sure you have not a dollar or two of ihe piinter'a dollars sticking about your clothes; if you have, order tliein home itu-meUiati-ly.' - A Traveling philosopher peti tions that t heie be a sja-cial car on railroads lor lho.se who do or those who do not nant the car windows 0eii. Tbeuvery one w ill be sati. fled. f The Foie.-i Register a.s there are a number tt l.iiye ciacks in tbe earth iu diflereut poll ions of the town. So there ain't any quakes, there is no (tauter in the cracks. Our old h ie ud Mai. LI. Waloole. 8UKjiintei.dence 00 lone of tbis ore forilH.rlv of the Yazoo City UcraUL ll at Kiuan fiitituil an.) iti-.. ...... i ' una vvvii ivuniru aim u iui i 'H r il at ! run made by Supt. B. F. S below at the Alice Fun ace Co'a., works at Biiuiiugliaui, Ala., yielding su out put of 40 tier cent, ol excellent iron. By analysis ot Mr! Allied Brauard and cerl.fieale of Mr. Sheluw, llie result ot the test being fully dem--onsttated. Two pigs of the iroo have In-eti forwarded to yon, show mg (be quality of same, but now of tbe Ssinptei ville (Fla.) Time, was married lecebtly to Mia. Minnie ' Archer. We extend our kindest and best ishos to the hap py pair. There was a serious accident ou the Alabama (iieat Southern I, ihi Tuesday near Biriu- Our AseNiiifiii lams. One ol II. e wol.-l tvils ut out S'ale reveuue SJIeDl, in llie mode i f assiseiiig pieieiij. oiling i.liui iin iujusiice uihI ma qiiMiitv, lo lliisianse'paill.x is lo be a-lll-Lnteil ti e ii v in In i In. I I "s i hi- ii 1 1 ,111'Iiii.iiIiiImI uilhin the p. M tew Mais. A pound of expeiien e IS tilth M ton ol lbioi. Uriels t..e way in which the Gieeiitiile lime illnstiatts the wmkiugol the sysieu. : - To piece up or provide a substitu tion tor ihe rnii-loiu and pUved ou uiHiu rr of MSsesoliig, will b an esse n i in I lacior in -the piobl.in of Stale ti nances ii ml reveli. e laising, o which "e irus' llie next iglHla tin e- wilt mainly devote Itself. Wiisbiiiy'nu conn i y is but n sample of the JJ.-ll.i; aud I it a laige nieas are, we presume, ot the Stale. Its valuation might ha- e been iucreas. e.1 U',000,000, and I lieu nobody wntiltl have lieeii roblied. There are 'Jo0, (K) aciea of laud in tbe county thiit it would, take' over $6,000,0(10 lo Inn. To come .loan lo tleliiiU we know ol one planta lion which was given ill at $2,300, which 30,000 could lint buy. An other w hjcb stands on the roll at i 10.000 lor w hich $30,000 caah has beu ietus-.l. Twi. iboUNHiiil acres wrie given in at trout four lo ery lit tlollais, when everv ticie is rented this year lor seven dollars or mole Another pliiiilLtinu held at 00, 000 is assessed at 415.000. These are fair sit in pies. Hie bulk of denied hinds, ii mint 1. 1 in;; to about 110.000 at:rts. is Hssestd at ten and twehe tlollais; none except small bodies aud exceptional cases go over. None of this cl.iss of built could be bought for less Ibaii lortv tiollars per acie. These leainies f.iirl lllustiate llie assessment fuel hods of Ibis, ami, in the main, suirotind ing foiiinies. Iu tin ii face it mav well be avked what has become of ihe oath which is snpposc.l t ti hold the x- Illations of individuals. Il has fallfii into disuse. . . Ti.i- i.aiiro praclical furnace test in Htl.lil ion to I iugliaiu. A brokeu rail en used it, THE editor aud bis wife letarned Lome Friday evening. TUERE will be twenty newspaper men in Ibe next Congress. Thanks to JudgeT n7 S. Vau Eatou for valuable public documents. THREE buudred uieu and women ot Fail mount, Iudiaua, raxed usa loou to tbe ground. Two mouths ago the same proprietor lost one by dynamite. Cotton seed promises to be high tbis seasoirou account of the rival mills. Tbe pi ice ouel at Mont gomery tbe other day at tea dollars pertou. The Daily A'etrt is a new evening paper just started in Ner Orleans. It is Democrat io and favors tbe nominal iou ot Gen. Francis T Nicbolls for Govei nor. Thb Tuielo Journal correct l.v ays bal there i class of men wbo would defend tbe devil biniaelf, U be beld so office with a good deal of public Hitronage attached to it." THE Clarkaville Broadaxt, that bews to tbe line, letting t'u chips LUI where tbey will, says tbe idea is prevalent in many ooniroauities tbst wewapaper men publish their psjters for glory, bst it wants it fcnosa 1 but it desu't want saj gioir, nj aubwriptioB aud sdvee ttMug avaal be paid in cask. Circuit Judge Wharton, of Hi utls couuty, has rendered bis de cision on tbe tfiu!sof law present ed by the pleas of tbe sureties on tbu penitentiary bond, and sustains tbe demurrer ot Attorney -General Miller ou every substantial matter. Tbis will result in a judgment for the State in tbe Circuit Court of Hinds couuty, nt tbe uext term. Tbe amount involved is over $80, 000. Tbis is a suit against the penitentiary lesses and sureties tor amount due the Slate ou account ol tbo beneficiary lease. Mr. Jefferson Davis' letter to Gov. Lubbock, of Texas, on the whisky questiou, which was com mented uKu by Bishop Gliow, basgolteu up quite 'a contioversj between these two gentlemen. We are sorry Mr. Davis bas b.onni himself before the public in ibis uupopular wayr "s we fail to con ceire any good be basdone bimaell orcouutry I heie by. Kansas possesses the first woman Mayor, sod now Nebraka baa the first woman candidate for the Su preme Coart Bench. Tbe ladj' name is Mrs. Ads C. Bitteoltroder. She baa practiced at tbe bar ol Ibe highest tribunals, traveled from court to court like a man, and en joys tbe rank of "leading lawyer.' Mr. James S. Etans, Jr., tbe traveling agent ot tbe New Orleans ricayune, and Miss Dora E. Kelly, ot CotTeeriHe, were married last week. It was a romantic wedding, being "love at first sight," aud marriage alter tbe third meeting. We bope it nay prove a happy onlou alter s'J. tiie many analysis of tbe ore by our most lettable cheuiists, uuusii.il uat nral advantages and abiiu. lance of Wi.ter, the immense forests of viijjiu limber lur charcoal and lar-ie de posit ol lime suitable lor Miimiil' with the two important railroads, in some places cutting through the ore, leaves no doubt as to tbe great value tit vour proiiertv. Respecttullv submitted, G. W. West. The repoit is continued by Supt. B. F. Shelow, of Ibe Alice Furnace, Birmingham, Ala. Other ppers ot experts are ulso published iu ihe Timet too long to ri prtaluce. Iu another column the Tiwwsaya editorially : Regarding the development of the Entei prise ores Prof. West says that White he Would doubtless be able lo place a large amount ol niiiiiev tieiefortttai puriiose.be jM ol the opinion that tbe removal of an experimental furnace lioui Biun ingba.li to this iHMiit would be ihe proier thing. One of these fiirHuees could be purchased at Birmingham ut a cost ot about $l0,WH) ami re moved to Enterprise ami ceiume m:e blasting within CO tlavs. Tbis would enable capitalists to see at once the cost ol utilizing the ore, aud the eua with which it can lie handled. While Plot. West svs be would not hesitate in atlviftinc parlies to erect a furnace at the ost of half a million or more, Tie tutu that mouied men mucu piefer tb erection ol an fiperinieiil.il furnace which requires a romp-tiMilvrly small outlay. This ep taken he s.ij he is Willing lo stake bis impu tation tbat ibe expei line lit would ptove so highly satlsfacttirv tbat it would be tbe means of gaining M 50 ton furiiMCf at once, ll may be several weeks vet Itefore a none is iiMtie in i bis ilnectloii but tnui it will lie uitHte ll.ete is no dotiltt. ami eijhift'ii jicrsous were injured, some of them seriously, aud one probably t it ally. A Mormon elder pieaclietl on the sticttsol Okolona tor an bour last week. He predicted among other things that the present is Ihe last year of the. lite of the win LI ami a grand terrestial smash up is imminent. LnwiiY put Raukin down, says the Kosciusko Star, iu the listol a gout time lor bun to pay back tbe money he borrowed troiu th it county several years ag, and u.-vei paid. AT the public reception in Phila delphia a red-headed woman kissed President Cleveland, ami about a thousand people turned ami looked out of the window ami saw lour while horses utt ached to lhe:ar- liage lh.it w is waiting to carry bfii to his hotel. fkMEo4 Ibe I ana I leal feiltiwa in Jackson are w ruing Ibe Lair it ml Ad v en I u ret. t.f ibe Dead Mnrivr, tr a Tale ot Woe, nil on nceouut of Prohibition. Wr surest tbl tbe call ibeii book The Tin Can Tar geteei, ore Sad N-trrativ ot Ac eesles w h.t tlidn'i "cc.ss," ami cannot be Ion ml. Yickthurg Herald. Tbis fa Ibe s-.aje j.iuinal toil otiiceil like a hungry b.veua UHtt the reputation of .voting Cambrell when be was scarce I v cold in .le-th. Since tbat tine Ibe Uerutd has been flinging uiud at tbe lit inn with all its power m defense of Hamilton. Yb call partiaiuM- attention lo tbe advertisement of tbe Ronrke Cash Store just over tbe way. Tbe goods are fresh, and marked down low for emk. Goat ouceand try tbe Dew slot, and we guars- TUB most serious incident that has ever happened to a passenger train ou the Mobile ami Ohio Rail road occorred last Tnesday. two miles south', of Jackson, Teiin. Over Ihiity h-rsoos were injured, wime seriously,, bat none kille Tbe breaking H a track ami bail track were Uie onnses given for the wreck. , ... a " 1 Rev. Sa."W. Small has moved wi'b bis frfioily t tVasbiueton. Uesiiys: "I have deeitled to lake np my resilience heie." sti.l be last night, "becatrse 1 like Wahinyton better than any eit.v I know ot sud also Itecanse my ev.i;-cliKiic wuik can Itecjrried ' lrnn here Itelier than from Ail-tnia. Most of m.v woik itiiw is in i hf Not ill and West, ami it is inoie trcuveiiit-iit lor me to live here iImu Ise here. How lonn I il iv-n.iu .le-e,i.l s g.MMl deal mi ru'iimsljtnces. Wbea I Kel settled I r waut to itleoiily my self wilb ibf religion wot k of tbe city ami become a good citizen." We reaiet Hint our Democratic brethicn over in Harrison county are uot dwelling' together in unity. The Democratic party has held a primary and placed iu the field a ticket of unexceptionable character, but the. Knights of Labor have seen fit to put a ticket iu the field in opiM.sitiou to Ihe one selected by (lie Democratic piiui;i . at a meet ing held at Mississippi Citv, ou Saturday l ist to be voted lor at the yeiiclal election in November uext : Representative, J. S. Maxwell, of Biloxi; Clerk of the Courts, F. S. Hewes, ol Mississippi City ; Sheriff, A.J. Ramsay, of Stonewall ; Tieas urei, Geo. W. Cliampliu, ol Biloxi ; Assessor, J. J. Cow art, of Stone wall; Surveyor,. I, lines A. Stewart.! two tl ihe icgiilar Democratic nominees were eud.irsc.1 : F. S. Hecs for Clerk ami J. J. Cow ui I lor Assessor bot'i present incum bents. Thcte were five local assemblies represented by delegates. We ntye Ihe Democracy of old ll.iriisou to stand by and support the nominees of Ihe pri.nary. The District Attorney, Lion. Robeit N. Millet, denies the charge that be whs pi id a tee to piosecule Uaniilloii wuile acting in the capaci ty of district at'oriic.v. Bob Miller is true grit and means hat he says. A SUIT b.ts been instituted against ibe Stale of Mississippi lo lectitcr Ihe druui'-fi's tax, the col levlion of Whicli whs deci.ietl lllegnl after a larjje a nounl hail been paid In. E. E. 15 1 Id mm, Esq , repiesenls the tit iiio.iieis. The amount in volved is h boil i $35,000. AT Mie Hloiikey county couveli. Him, which s.e in to h.ive been n tinntl ndnii, lli Htluiinislralioii of Piesitleui Clet eland was emlorsed, mill ibe lollowing resolution, coin plla. fiilal.t lo HclM.nr Wal'hilll, was .id. .ple.l ; Rholrtd. Thin we ileclttie thai Gen. E. C. ta1lli.iil is a stil.lin. st. i it siii mi. jniisi and orator of the "tiisi water," .iinl llur be has taken r.ti'k liiKier iu the Lui'e.i htatea it-n. le llisii ati.v other man has since I lie da sol Ihe Hon. Jefferson Davis in that any list body ; that be is a conscientious uml faithful serv nut of the people, and that it it the sense of (his convent ion thai be should In bis own successor, and we, therefore, hereby ins rucl our Senaiois ami Representative iu Ibe next Legislature to vote first, I ist ami all tbe time for E. C. Wal w -hull r.r tl.u TTi.iIa.1 Si.u. Uu t...i. i i s Miss Sallis B. Morgan has written a letter, to the Clarion, in wbicb she. condemns Mrs. .Mollie Magee Suell's ciilicisui of Mr. Jef lei soli Davis' position on the pro liiliilou question, to which Mrs, Suell replies iu an open letter. It. is ui.t our Itinera), but -it can bai y lie said ot these two ladles that. "Greek meets Greek," as Mrs. Siiell Is far superior in point, of intellect, 'and besides has the advantage of being on the ll" lit side tbat is ou Ike ide with the gootl people of tbe country, and it seems somewhat strange fo see a woman ou any but one side of ibe question iu contro versy. Ihe letters are loo leu I by to reproduce in ihe Dkmociiat Star. ROURKE'S . aa an y gta,, lltta opened opo,ite tllt DsSaiOffict HEW W'lh 6 loll li,le of DRY GOODS SH0E3 and CLOTSg uayiug beer, Tlieao CAS (TIHl iH entirelr. .wa?M fe TeryiirpW For Cash - Svrauton, Sept. 30, 1'saj . ' ' i so-tf TO TUE PtBLlljr Being tmparntetl from m, wif ' ' Baow!.. this to to ttifonn , L . ,t',i-A5" will i..rt be resnoMiblaTJ . 1'" V1 lc I t' n.w-...va Bay eontiaKt. PETER nnSJ . fciMitloa.'ieiit. 311 Ikwt . -AT- We renii to learu Mrs. M. R. Field, .("Catharine Coler), of the New Oi leans 1'icayune, was slightly hurt about tbe at m ami shoulder, in the railroad accident wbicb oc culted last Tuesday, on tbe Queen ami Crescent ro.ul neat Fort Payne, Alabama. Readers of ibe Democrat Star must not fail ie read Ihe conspicu ous advert isrmeur of Messrs. Wil son fc Lot no, of Mobile, to be found on the first wge of tbis pa v to-day. Tbey are wideawake business aaen, aud have matted their good down lower than any other boose in Mobile. Give litem The arrival ut New York of a steamer from Italy with Asiatic cholera of a. most viiuU-ut t.voe alHMttl lias citated some excite ment in that city. It will be well lor our health am hoi ilies along the Gnlf Coast In keep a strict watch, Hittl ll sibe keep the dreadful "disease out. Is theie nn.v thing in this wide world, asks a Dakota paper, so cool, so neat, so attractive when the ther- monieter i covortiug among three figures as il snowy, fleecy Mother Hubbard wiaptiei with a pretty i n I inside of it T Our great and got id Gorermn- lias liscovered that forty-six counties in this State out of the aeve ntv-tour are paupers anil have no light lo look into the riuaiicial Mantling of the State of MissisMppi. Thev must be silent and accept ull fhat "Dear Boh' ami hit friends say as the Until, no matter if he does change the tji'ures so us to make one ciuiiiiy lu ihe foriy six show up over $12.- i".i" in ins i.iviif, "Ueai lion' is a remarkable mathematician, but be will banllv be able to calculate linn s' If into the U. S. Senate or anotlj er term iu the office he now dishon ors tiijiicy Seie Era. HaUsSorj, HarrLson CohdIt.jisj Will cominenctj t he next AcaU,enuc Tww September 19, 1887. Open to both Sexe. in Primarv, PWir afory, Norasl. Literary, ClrfS Musical DeMrtB.eaU. .T.r iiiS. department have feu tbBi, Wf", pnifessional training an,. t,re of ' ence Amp s.nl linrt-ca. tviM for tmarding are att-trdetl, either iu the Ool lege with the family of the PreniuUr in a nrst-clae lM)lilg house, ut low, ivnu tates. Bathhis insc w.terawltr the directum of Uachem; healthful in brecies au.l uWuce ,f all mlitri and pulmonary tlisvasea, are inducement n niter to thowi wbo .l.-sire vigor of body with mrmtal culture a-id buslueiw tntiDiu For fiutber information, address u HamUboro. Misa. J. Aiijiist 5. l'!.J7. HURTT. A. M., Pleaitlelit. NEW AND NEAT -ARE THE- MARINE. tee tbat joa will Had no cause for a fair trial, and wt are certsto yoa Tax payers will take notice that bhei.n Clark will start ou his round through tbe county, on the first day of November for ibe pur pose of collet-iiug ibe taxes tor the tWal year 1SSJ. Rend the procla mation of the Sheriff in today's Democrat Star ami govern your- selves acroi.ini j;ly. IT bay iug been snagented that Mr.Jrff Dav is be invited tosjeak at lairs, ihe Cbarlesiou XeiC and Cou rier msk.-M tin remaik: "Mr. Da via is a lie of the past.so.l the safest place for him is on It is plantation at Beauvotr. Mr. IJ .vis mm h a back urstii tlw ni.,n M it is, and isai war wirn ine seltleU and on. changeable fact. If b is rijjht. tbe J. E. Johnston, I ben Lees, Gor dtn, Beauregartl, Colquitt, icbol, Butb-r, Usaipioii, MeGawan, tbe Vauoea, Payne, Cockrell and all tbe long linei vt Confederate soldier talesmen save bimsell sre bit terly and meanly wmnc " Ori'ics of tub Demockat-Star, i PascagoCUi, Sept. 30, lHr7. K.-jmiiI for the week ending Sept 29. AKRITEU. Am aeh Hiat.ie Irvin, rioniiiwin. St tooa from Key West to niusf-T. atiili inl. Am aeh Tri Color. Lewis, X tuna fi-oiu Key , n t.i irviuu, y;nu iiihi. Am bk Ada Carter, li. ni.lir. 414 toua tiont toion to ,a7ch inst. CLEARANCES. Am abip Martha Cobb, Crosby, t.519 toua lor Buenos A.vre with 9.", 1.0 15 tret Ihm- ler valued at $13,0-21 by Pascagoul UfllllUVI L.I., -U lllt.1. Am aril L A Edwards, Twomer. 160 ton for Key West br Dautzler with ll0,000 teet lumlier. sittli itist. Am cb Muiarvthe Kuckena, 5fi tons for ivey vtest by Ihtiitzlcr with 7i,000 feet iiimuer, vtm inst. Am h R.diin riaulnnl, Daviea. 9J tons tor Key Wwtt by Duuizler with 101.400 teef liiiutwr, V-'l b lust. Tonsorial Parlors OF Fritz D. Becht, KREBS AVENUE, - - SCRANTON, MISS. llavinjj recentlr built a new. conifuria bla aud corauiiHlio:u burlier shop, I an preparetl lo nerve eusttiiiiers in the hetl manner unci at city prices. None but FiratClass Artistes pre employed in my eslul.lishinent, uml customers cull rely npou ln-in prniilly and artistica ly served.. ShiHiMU, .itiiii ilressiiie. shaniHMinjr, dyeing, e'e,, iluue in tuo bust style. F. D REC'iT. The Staff of Life! THE BAKERY OF- ' B. D. Valverde Is in succi-Bsfnl operation am! will, during the Fall and Winter, on awlaftrr the lath inst., deliver bread to am part of Minis Point, -Scranion, Paca;;nla and vicinity at crrr prick. Mr. Valve! solicits lilM-nil patronage and promisei to gic satisfaction iu quality and price. PI SALES AND SMAU fWITS IS TBI Ml Sptember3, H-ti. 27-Bm Hotel, Bay St Lcnis, Hiss. BeauiVVil location for :T!irirrr 4Tn uttvto OLiitiJiijn .-iiiu if u ilia REHORT. Facing dintly ou fhe Gulf. OPES WINTER A JV T) S rmEK Roatiiig; nnd Fi'hiujr. Terms Very Reasonable! Crescent JOHN' V Janoarr 8. ItiS. TOL'LMK, Prourirtor. 44-U" Mrs. 1AUUIKD. Iu Scran too, ou Sui.duy eveniofr, at 4 o'clock, beptrmlterltri, lss7, by lie v. Fath er Bally, Mr. Joseph Weikel sod Sophia A. IMmas. lit happy couple hare taken a reat cotUge on Paxragoala street, and have settled dowa to tbe realties of lifs. At Grand Bay, Ala., oa Weduesdav. Se-ptemlter Ss, 17, at ths residence ot tha brMle's parenU. b Kev. J. P. Ilruk Mr. Jrtme . Barnes, ot Moss Po nt, nil Mis Oil F. CanniDxItam, of he former place. Fire Insurance! E.W. Morrill, Agt Liverpool am! London nl ulobe Ins. to Office : Mo' Point, Jn Insnrance on dwellings specially . Kited. ' , Oct. 19, 186. "-'i GEO. FRENTZ, pROPRirros or - -"ee .ftse-lsrsaeM(. ITctics to Tas-Payera. I will attend fur tbo DnrnnM f mIImi. eg ma Mate and loamy Taxes of Jack son t'oanty, Mississippi, forth Ssral year, 1". at ths (ullowiog times and place, SCRANTON, MISS. Veasels hsaled oot, Bnilt nd Kep"' at reasonable price. ... A lirst-claM &hip sad Btockswit MT located on tbo ard- i-6ai Jan 17, . Hatticsburg Land FOB SJLXxB- complaiot. will not regret it. T?.am.4 hVr.liM . l. T... t:.M . -- .wiivsuiiii(iavncr I explains itself. It Woodotaa Ruble's ator. Korenber 1st and U f7. Oewao Spriun. Sreiber 4th aod 5th. Red Clerk, NoTnolwr isth. Kerrea' Milk Novemlw SKh. lirlresttoii 4k Wowl s, Kotenbar 0th- n ra s School -bnose, November ltth. Jons' Pttseinct, NotreattMir 14th. Americas, November l.rtk. Howell's eltors, Norrafber Ifilk. Orsnre Orwrw. November lsth. kissFont, Kovesslwr 13th SUt sad lid. Galf Sborw. November Ity . ocraatoB. Sov. Witt, r h 8S,H and ST0 JOHS b. CLAkK. Sheriff sod Taz-CuUrw. 5oTbVoo, Sept. JO, 1 57, 1 XX About . acre of land eear at Hstt: ' urg. Perry t oSereJTor 1 at great b' cash n.iia timber o " . , r bitch sod dry and suitable for re" or bosiDes bom. . sr For fnrtbsr partieJa PP'' O. K. P. JON FA A UstMcsbttrg, l oa want to boy tows prof fy or wild lands, eoromo tbe Pascagonla Kesl Ejtste MesC' '