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"buterso ...i niuttel. Kin.. .-- TpT-K. MAYERS PROPRIETOR " UY.....S,P'emb'r 30, 1887 Coasf Time-Table t. & N. R.R, ZTiiiurtber nofoe passenger train o ...i w. railroad will arrive an j rt as foll. rnnulng ,,v lndar ,1; whi "HU,e as ew u,,BBn nniKO BAB- iI.eaving New Orleans at 7:45. in. . . . .tK v 8t. Lpni. 9:50 . A,,iv at Bay 8t. Louis. t:53 p. m ; 'Klch 10:0&P; """'J :5ft "r , ....;., in-l n.n:- Reran- Mull e. 14.-4S a.m. Va'st'liae train ouly wake the above top.,. , Vn 3 Fast Lino Mail leaves Mobile at s-ftani. Arrive at Boranton 3:38 a.m. & 8prls 4:W. Blloxl. 4:23 Pan Chri.tiHn 5.-U5,. Bay St. Lorn 5:15, New Ne other stop made. vd 1 LeavinR Moldle at .-35 p.m. Arrives at St. Elmo 3:05. Grand Bay 3-IV Seranton, 3:25 ; Ocean hpnuss, 4tVl'l Biloxi, 4:30; Mississippi CUy, 4.-34 ; pal Cliritiiin,R:13; Boy St. Lorn, 5:25; Now Orleans,': p.m . . Gko. J. Bavta Clicz, Statioir At. lal Notices 10 Ceili i Lioe fa Each listrtioi. LOCAL NEWS. Ou hihI after April. 11, 1887, fust freiglra, Nos. .71 ami 72, will bare edicli Hitiicheil between Mobile hiiiI Soraiiton, for tbe nc coiiiinoiliitiou o fiHMWiigern, leav ing Mobile hi .'-!5 .in., nn-h iiijr nt iterant on lit ll:Mp.m.' returning leave Seranton at 1:26 a. m,, ni rivuig in ilobile at 4:35 a.m.. C, Marshall, Supt. Who will be nest ! , Our population is increasing. Seiauton is truly a "wet town. Tbe went Iter is cool ami pleas ant. " Our merchants me receiving tall gootls. Turnip and innlli-t are not Leal I by tliot. Tim oyster crop will le im meiiMO this seuson. Pwaii n are ripn aul are selling for ten cent a quart. The heavy lain Monday iiijflit wis not much needed. The Knights ol L-ilmr in thi.i enmity st'fin very quiet now. llave your Job 1'ritiling done at tbe Dkmoci; at Star olliee. Mr. S. O. Kuiuwty, ot Iielle Fontaine, was iu town Tuesday. Most all our summer hoarders biive left for Ijieir homes. Hiiv. J. J. Lovett, ol Vaiielci ve, as iu town Tuesilay, looking well. Mr. Willie Wat tins gave us a pleasant call Saturday. -Mrs. John Grant, ot Jfew Or leans, is here visiting ic lathes. . Largo Hbipmeuis of fish are made almost eveiy day from this plaun to Biloxi. Very few violations of the crim inal law in this town, Judge Jiow luan lias but little to do. -We unilerstuir.l that Chancel lor Evims With Ids family, will spend toe winter here. Mrs. pallia Ci'ux, of ISdoxi, is occupj intlie bouse on l'ascagouU river known as Saint's Itcst. dipt. John E. Clark, our clever sheriff, was on a visit to Wbisller, Ala., Friday. Is it really true that we are to have a company ot heavy "artillery organized in Scran ton f Tbe free public school of this place will opcu on tbe first Monday io November. M r, E, K. ; Itoquerb ami Ler sister Miss lreii Giranl, of Porters Tille, Ala., are visiting friends in tuii place. Mr. Wilton "Wiggins ot Moss Point, can be found by bis many 'fiends at Mr. F. I;Scui cliff, store, on Pascifc'ouU street. Mr. Ilorseo Bowrunn gigged three mullet at oue throw with a three pronged spear recently. Who "Ji mullet are uot thick lierea ' boots f The Mexicau mackerel to be w ot our flsuermen,' are tbe best fih caoght dow iu our own Gulf Ut water, Judge B.Oeblieui,oi Jlay St. kwis, was a welcome caller at the Dkxocbat Stab oflSno Saturday. s here on legal basinew. lTie PasCag-ouls Hotel will re mi -en winter for tbe accom "odtion of ,n those who wish to enjoy oar pleasant climate, fish, JWers.nd wild p me. . Elder O. D. Bowcd will preach he Baptist Church at Moss poiat Saturday night and Suodsy 81 11 o'cloek . ,J t Pasca n' t 7:30. rhri"n, 10 OT ; Mississippi Ht, 10:33; S-inT 10:M; Ooeau Spring. 11-00 e.m., toMVUsM a.n, .-Grand Hay, M.-4M ; f, KlZ 11. Mobile I .-05 p.m. 6t:,fcririn!f New Orleans t 8:05 THE LAUNC1I1NO OK THE I N. iantzli:k. On yesterday evening at tbe fir ing ol a big gnu the large schooner L. N. Datitxlor, of Pascagouln, Cap lain John Alberts, was ceremoni ously launched from the marine ways of Mr. Geo. Frentz, where she has been for several weeks under going repairs. She was put in tip top orper for the winter's business and will go out upon tbe high seas in charge ot one of the best cap tains on the Gulf water. Cupt. Al berts is I be mogul among captaiiis of ibis section. To him we return thanks for two bottles ot sparkling wine Mid cake in pioportion. May he safely ami happily sail over the high waves of tbe sea, and through the storms of life's voyage as ever and anon. New Prospc-t-t Cnnip Meeting;. New Prospect Camp Meeting will begin Friday, the 21st of October The public is invited to attend Accommodation cau be bad on the giounds. J. J. LOVETT, F. C. "Electricity in a bottle" a Ksitiv cure for asthma, headache, iieiu-algiu and catarrh. This is no humbug, if a cure is not effected 1 will leturu tbe money on return' of tbe battery. This cure will be sent by mail on receipt of pi ice $1. J. W. STKWAHT, Moss Point, Miss.. Aeut lor Jack sou County We expect many Northern peo ple to visit this place this tall and winter, ami we trust our boarding houses will be put iu order and made coniforlableloi- their accom modatiou. Dr. L. A. Tburber, of Pass Christian, Surgeon Dentist will lie ii Sci anion Monday, October 3rd. lien ill beat Dr. Cox's drugstore for several days. There will be a social meeting d the ISnurd of Sopen isors ot this comity nest luesuay. At tins meeting the Board will appoint the gland jury lor the next term ol our Circuit Court. Buy the best, ice and ice fold beer by the cask or keg, Irotii Hud- sou Bros., sold at New Orleans prices and delivered tree. We are indebted lo Mis. It. 5. Ibiqiicrbc lor some fine specimens ot Jap in persimmons which grew at her In mc tit Poitersvillc, Ala , for whi. li we tender lhauks. Quite a crowd of enrious peo pie Hssem hied at the depot Wed nesday evening !o view ti e bridal party lioui Grand Bn., Ala., Mr. Jesse W. Barnes and bride. Next Monday the regular tail term of tbe Circuit Court lor Wayne county will convene at Wajnesbo io, Judue A. G. Alaveis, having made the exchange wilh Jmljje Tel ral, will preside. " The meeting to- organize the liuil and vegetable growers asso ciation appointed for lust Monday was a failure. What's everybody's business is i.obody's business" is as (rue as gocl. Can't some live spirit play "bell wether'' and take the lead ! Thai's all that is needed. There is uothiug exciting in political circles in this county. Tbe regular Democratic ticket will hate no opposition. Peace and harimmy reigns throughout the county. Drink Keystone Eye Whiskey, a pure, unadulterated w hiskey, tree trout beadaehes.. Only $1.50 per gallon. Also Freeport Bye, four years old, the best f2 whi.-key iu tbe United Slates. Sold only by Cralt & Co., 75 and 77 .Daupbiu street, Mobile, Ala., sole agents. Mr. E. A. Gregory, Jr., one of our lumber dealers, lias reined the May bury louse, on the Pascagouls river, and will move in as soon as Mr. J. T Maybury's laniil.v moves to Biloxi, which they expect to do iu a few days. Mr. Joseph Tocbe kindly favor- ed ns this week with a- sample ol tbe now celebialed"Mexkan mack end" pnt op by him a Tew days before. They were cured iu salt ready tor packing, were fat and bad a white, clean apearance. Wheu cooked tbey retaiu I heir whitriiess ol meat and have a similar flavor to tbe common Spanish kit macker el, but have a decidedly superior ieli-b. Win u soaked sufficiently it ate told they will become almost frvibf with the iresb fifth flavor. Biloxi packets have been packing ibese flb quite extensively, even buy inj: flsh here to sell again with llieir busiuess constantly increas ing. Several are aia king arrange meats lo pack tbem here ibis win ter, and tbe proect is list all that can be canfcht will be acted, and more catchers will be io demand. There seems to be quMt a boom in tbe business. HEAL ESTATE NOTEH. BY PAHCAOoULA UK A I. KSTATK AOR.vcr. Up to this time we have had only twit or three complain' iu regard lolhe lax iands ol our No. 54 re cently advertised. - It any olheis desiie lo complain w e would be glad to bear from Iheui. But we will say to them that it is not tor us to decide tbe quest iou of title, but w ill gladly submit all prupoxitions made to the purchaser from the State for whom we only act in the capacity ot agent. ' Iu u!l such cases we would have to inspect receipts, etc., before we could intervene intelli gently. We have just listed for sale ' No. 57 Uolise and lot on Tele, phone road near where it intersects Pnscagoola. street. Only a shoit distance from depot. Conveniently located in quiel and hialihy part of town. House 10x30, oue and a hall story, rive looms, two of which pa pered and three unfinished inside, three beaters with brick flues Painted outside and in good repair. Ornamented front, side entrance. Good garden, spot. Scuppernoug arbor, LeCoiite pea is, Japan plum, elc. Good well water. Price $550 cash. IN HARRISON COUNTY, W. G. Kvans, Jr., Agent. No. 3 Handsome resilience in the town ot Misxissippi City. Fou eomlortaole rooms, tlminy-ro in, kitchen, stable and carriage house Good well water. Half unle West of the depot and one quarter mile weslol the Court house. Price $800, No. 4 House and lot in tiie town of Mississippi City,comtriablc and iu good condition, half miie west ot i be detail and one fourth of a mile Irom the Court -bouse-. Pilee $400, No. 5 Vacant lot in Mississippi City, couiaiuing about live acies. tronting L. & N. Railroad and aboul lour hundred yards cast of the de. pot. Price $100. OUK VEGETABLE SHIPMENTS Tbrougb the kindness of our ac ';ommodaiiug fieignt and expresM ageuls, Jlesj-r.'i. Santa Cruz ami Pat haui, we are enabled to give the total shipments ol vegetables In. in this place during the past season. We gue the figures us lollons : Beans 1498 boxes. Ciie.u nlieis 22 " Onions 7 " Toinutoea 811 " Total 2338 boxes. Potatoes 613 barrels. These vegetables are made and shipped early and biiug excellent ptices. The overate yield per aere is large aud highly satisfactory, ex ample of wl.icll e haw beielolore published. From present indica tion we presume the erp f m t year will be much larger, ns the vegetable businewt here seems to have come to stay and io pay. MEMUEHS OF THE PASOA- GOULu GUN t'LL'U Take notice thai a meeiiirg of the Club w ill take place at Pit ken's Stable Suiurday, October 1, 1887, o ai raue tor the annual hunt ami for the transaction of otbel busi ness. A full attendance is particu- .trly desired. C. II. WOOD, Pre. F. H. Lkwis, Sec. On Monday, October 3, 1887, Garden Party will be given it tbe Uebiard Place, now occupico by Mr. M. Mai lack, lor the benefii of St. Mark's Episcopal Misioi, Scihiitou, Miss. Music and rcfivr.li uieuls throughout the evening. Admission 10 cents, children 5 cents. All are cordially luvited to attend. Mr. Frederick Good, ot New Orleans, and bis son-in-law Mr. Win. Morrison, left last Tuesday tor New Orleans, having spent a week or so here looking at proper ty. Mr. Morrison purciiaseti a tie siruble trout lot al Pascagoulu from tbe Pascagob'a Ileal Estate Agen cy and will nuild on ii at once. Mr, Good ia au old ueichaai of ihe Crescent City, now nearly 78 y ears ot age, butouty a few years out of busiuess. As an evidence ot his former uaeiuluess in that city he showed os tbe follow ing paragraph, published iu tbe New Oilcans ISca yune several years ago, w hich ex plains itsell : "Tbequestiou having recently ariseu as to the erection of the first cottou seedotl mill iu Ibis city Mr. Frederick Good submits bill aud vouchers to show that be built be first mill ! (bat character i.i Ibis city iu 1852, which be sold ont to MfMH.Bradbory & She ard In 1854. Wbilr ibis was tbe first cotton seed oil null in tbe city of New Orleans, one w pot in op eration in Natcbei as far back as 1834." Job Printing at tllta OlilCe.: Our tcrnm for minounHng 1W tttfu ani u fol low.: HUt or IHxtrli-f, i Comity, ir; font, IT. No auiinnrwiitiit will bo Mibl.b.'. hiiIcm WM-miwniw by the C'amH. 2in ilrvlatlin fnnn tlii nil1). i'm on fumliilkUt't H1 b pnlill.tH-! t rcKuUr advcrtUtiiK nUm, . hancockcountyT t'ellow-citiien of Iluucink County: Having witlitlruwn froni (be KuUI at pVovious canvass, tlmt tlw slreiifb of tbe party might be uuited urq we xiitltied de feat, I uguiu annouuee myveif Lli iiio cratio caudidato U represent llaueoek county iu tuo lower branch of tbe ucxt Legislature Bul.jeet to tbe wilt and peaure of uiy party in primary or cou vention. 'Kepeetfully, , THOMAS K. HTOCKER. Pearliiigtou, Mia8ept. 7, I"tj7, THE ST A It E1VEUY STABLES. The Star Livery Stablb ot Mr. B. F. Pickett, is otitf ot the land marks of ScrantOu, nml' it is a noticeable fact rbe.V'jiie now being fitted ut cleanetl,'wlritewasheil and otherw ise piit ' in order as though uo financial depfeSriioA hail ever been felt iu oftf'coiumttnity. Thiougb all the flnalirnil vicissi , (i ...... . tudes of tbe past seventeen1 years the Stir Livery .Stables b a ve never varied iii price, r-xcept in icon fortni- ty with sun or inline cifcnmstauceii, and these prices have always been uniform w'ltilout lesiect to persons. Good bors's,'nioe coinfortable bug gies, neat ami clean offices,' wnrmed ly stove in winter, .prompt at ten lion nijjht and day, characicri.e the Star Livery Stables. Mr. Pickett has now, in connection with bis stahles a nice glass enclosed hearse, as nice as cau lie hid in any country town, which be has lilted up so that our people may enjoy 'the luxury of a decent burial. - Wwb these reflec tions it must be seen tbatthi insli Union is a public benefit, aud de serves I he support -ot "Vhe citizens, SALEM CAMP MEETING. On Thursday, October 0, 1887, mceiinr will commciice-at I his can: ground and. continue perhaps a week. :. ' ' ' Quarterly Meeting. SKAM1IOUK DISTRICT rOCBTH KOCND. WlilttiuKtou ntPulmerC,l'd...Ovt. 1 2 Aiiii'iicn at Salem C, Ground. . . H 9 Ocean HpringH at Ocean ISijpi. . .' 14 16 Viiii lui-' at new l'nw. I., (i. . vl za Iliittiesb'fr ut Hiitti.-sb'gC. G;.. l'J 30 Flint Crei-k at Annnsta Nov. 2 '3 Poplarville at Poplarville. 5 6 Scrnntou ut Scnuiloii. 12 13 .mom Point at Miis l'oiut 1 l'J 2d Columbia at llnpewill 2l 27 v niiHniHDnrjt at Mount ui. . ..Dec. 4 Bc-tliel ut (i 7 T. 8. -Wkbt. V. K. II. B. KTKIIITT, - r. K MAYKIIS, Attornuy-nt-LftW. Etlitur Doinwrnt-Stw THE I'ASI Al.OI L l Real Estate Agency PoMtoflice Addi'i': Hcranton, IVIisaw. ; . Telegraph AiUIi etw. . . PAKCeoULA, M iss. Real Estate Bought, Sold or Exchanged, Interest of Foreign Owners Looked After. . .. ". . An extensive variety of iYhiIs on band, aud the Hat increases every day. Laud for THICK FAR US, 1 STOCK FAHilS, SJ II' LOO TIM BEE, CriARCOAL TWlihll, OYSTER GROVS'HS, MILL PROl'ERTY. SEASUORE 4- RIVER HOMES, . COVSTUT HOMES, TOWS RESIVEXCKS. VACANT TO ffbi LOTS, MILL SltES, Etc., Etc. Tlie Cheftriest. Correiondence promptly attended to. Imignitits provided for, ana cluriiea ac commodated with home The K. al Estate Kulletiu containing in formation in reganl to thslwaltb, resour ce, etc., of the Coast, Im n amed on ap plication. It alse contain description tnd price ot properties Mated with the Agency. I Capitalist desiring to invest are luvited to correspond with ns in r-garri to invest ment already made or which thrjr desire making. Hcrauton. Vtixa., March 11, 1887. Mobile & Ohio R. R. FOR ALL POINTS NORTH, EAST arid WEST APRIL 10, 18S7. Leave Union Deot Foot of Gov ernment, St,, Mobile, Ala., 455 P. M , Disking eloaa ronoectiDt ia UNION DEl"OT, fcH. Loni. Mo., for 11 diver; ing points, also clnae eon ne tioo at Mentha with Ala. Ot- 80. K., V. and W. By.; at Cwmth with M. and C. west boa ad : Humboldt with L. sua N. wefct bonad ; Bear ennnec lion at Kires, 80. Col am bus, Kj-. and Caiio. 111. Citmnolle Aeeomouondalloa leaves from Ooveranwo Street Depot at 4:10 p.m. ever weea iu., wn.ri ii mo 01 ic . e;40 am. I For infortnatioa as to Pullman esr ser-1 . . ...... . : i f . . Office airder listile lltmse, Mobile, I A. BLUMER, Moss Point, Miss. PIIOPIMKTOK OP- Mi Pour t gcaurrM GRIHT MILLH, ASO DKALP.R 1JC General Merchandise Usually kept iu Hi-Ht cln Hlore." Turniturs and Eouukseplng Goodi cf all , ... . Sinii a Specialty. 8TOVK8 nre Hold lower than New Or leans or Mobile prices, an 1 buy them for spot cah direct from the manufacturer. STEAM GRIhT WILL Frrwh Meul.Grit. 'Hoiniiiy, Chop, Clucked Corn anil Feed ot all kiuilH Hold at loweat market prices, and delivered, free of cluu-(e within city funit. Buying feed iu large quautitiea enable nre to get the benefit of wholes-le price, and can therefore sell us cheap a ;lie clieupeHt. . CUSTOM SHOE DEPARTMENT where a pernim can get tbe best Shoe for Ihe leoxt money. No paper Boles, pat-bon nl e.oifnten or wooden heeela are ued in myrihoe Factory none lt genuine oak tunned leather, anil I defy competition a to price aud qualify. , . Also. Im e always on . band lirt-cl:iss hand-made Shingle for me at reasonable priee. ' Tliioikiii-; ciiHtomer tor pnt patronage invito a continuance of name. UcHpcctfnlly, A. BLUMEK. Good Delivered Free of Charge. October 2. t-trtli. 31-lv l. & Nr Louisville & Nashville K. It. THE GREAT TkroughJruxxI ike Between the Cities of CIXCIXXATI, LEXIM1TOX, LOVISF11.LE, EVAXSV1LLE, ST. LVCIS And tbe Cities ot XASUVIU.E, MEMPHIS. MUXTCOMERT, MOiUl.h and XEIf ORLEAXS WIIIIOCT CHAM AND WITH SPEED CSRIVAI.ED, Shortest & Quickest Rv.ute From Jiew Oi-ti'ttlm, 3tubile and Muutgoincry. to NORTH, EAST & WEST. 1,1l1;, p,,,lu Without rhsnjre to NsrIi. iiiitit.tii aiv(. ij.ui.viii,., ciuiin natt, Cliii'Hffo, wittiout but one clisnau to sit Northern and Eastern Cities Til KOI SI COACHES From ChiittaniioKa and Nashville to St. Louis, connecting direct lor title iu tia Northwest 1i,itfr,..infd S.'eliinir honn' on till lin of lllll.llllS Hlu ,.,.(, low raU'M. .See Ajfeiits of I his Company for rates. loiites. etr.. or write C. I'. ATMOKE, G. P. Jt T. A.. Louisville, Ky. FEMALE COLLEGE, . ISrookhann, The 2Hth annual stssion of this renown- ed and popular institution ot learning, foi the ' li;lu-r ChriHtuiii ediicutiou ot will open nn til. tti of S.-plfiuhri m x' with a facuitx, iniiiiiilnui an.l jvih 1 efiuipeun-llt HliSHri.a.N.-il b H'W i'.-nnt! Ciill. tfi-.-"null o thf dliio river. H' li,;. tin-only Fi'iiaile Coll. )e ill t h- oiitli ttiat iiuuibi'i's iu faculty live i:ollej' -lpr. il p.iil, profi-.sHrM, it oll'ri . siipt'iior iul'!:iili.'?4 11 ull tleparl UK'iits tI a liberal aid r. lim-r Ciilti-'lfl.Ml at I- ;l' Hoar Ii rji d in.. .;t, ! mi. i.i;--: '.orrl -li-Ci'HMl.l" Ull'i oofi'd 1,11 it i;-a't !(1 l' !1- ' For further inform: 'io:, nil caUi-. ii:. ipply to. L. T. FUZill-MI A l . I'ri'sid. tit July 15, H-7. 211 :iu. LUNCH HOUSE ON IDE European , BILOXT, J1ISS., One square from the Depot, Is the place to nvt tbe best Meal for th j t-ast Money. April 6, IS7. 10 3m FERWAND S. FREDERIC, Parisian Dyer, U9 St. Franei St. ..MOBILE, ALA. Ladies. Gent and Children's Clothe cleaned by the Chemical lry Process with out taking to pieces, and warranted not to shrink Feathers Ill -ached, Dyed and Curled. Parasol Cleaued and .Dyed. Silks, Velvets, Fine Laces, Laco Curtains, Cashmere, Blan keta, ete. G love cleaued , DTE8 WARRANTED FAST. All conutry work entrusted to nie will receive careful aud prompt attention. September y, 1MK7. 2(Mim Job Printing;. 1 WE PKINT. At lower rates than elrv where iu tbe South, Cams, Letter and Bill Head, En velope. Programmes, Post ers, Briefs, Blank, Pamph lets, aud evorv other class of printing. Scud u your orders, batisiaeuon given. Democrat-Star Job Office, Job Printing:. Postutlice aud Mails. PosrofUee open trom 8 a.a. to S p.m. very day. On Suu.lay open from 9 to 10 a.m. and from I to p.m. Letters for register will be received tilling tbs week 1mm 8 . till 3::Up.ni. is letters registered on Sunday, nor after sonr 00 week dsvs. IICIVIL ATD I.KPARTI'IIK Of MAILS. tnm ScrmmUt -Anive at KX .m. and l.-l.j p.m. Departa at 9;l- a.m and ustnnHc te Arrives on n emw dy and Ksldrtlsvs at 6 p.m. Departs f .. ,1 . .- Thnnfliii . t A a.m. I A. BLLMLK, P. M. j Mammoth Bargain Store!- jHwt Itelved the Lnrgrftt, flest Sc Cheapest Mock ot General Merchandise -COMl'RfSfKU A t'VLL DEESS GOODS in check and plaids. CALICOES, DOMESTICS bleached ami unbleached. ' " SHEETINGS, SIHKT1NGS, TICKINGS, FLANNELS. JEANS, DAMASK, TOWELING, BLANKETS, SPREADS, COM FORTAULES, UOOTS, nOES. HATS, CAre, HOSIERYSOAPS, PERFUMES, HAltDWAliE. ' ' STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, ' ; TINWARE, WOODWAllE, Etc., Etc... ; READY-MADE CUOTHINC A SPECIALTY, Our unsurpassed facilities for iiui-eliasiiig enable us to place ou j(ood witblu easy reach of all, tind -an examinntioil of llten and price will bear ns ont iu sayfog that we MIR XOT.TU RE. CXUEKSOLIl Jy any? The public! generally and tbo Lauiks EsrKClALLV are cordially juvited to cart and exumiue our stock sud give us atrial. , " Kespectfullv, ..... E; W. IVIANAHAN & CO, Moss Point, October loj.l. - - .!-ly E. D. LAURE5JDIE3E, Pascagoula Street - - 8CRANTON, MISS., DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS, CLOTHING & SHOES, A full and coiiiplete" stock of Staple and Fancy ' "XjC Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Ales, Etc. Goods Delivered , October 8, lSMi SOUTHERN BREWING And "PERFECTION" BOTTLED BEER, Oflice ot Browry, 257 St. Louis St... June 10, lfic7. JO Wii HEfJRY a c MAnUFACTURING DEALEIIS FOR GASH I3ST LD RELIME! ay AT- 121, 123, 125 COri NE17 ORLEANS. Aumtst 7, 1S87. ARBUCKLES' name on a package of COFFEE Is a guarantee of exoellenoe. ' a package of COF ) of exoellenoe. ARIOSA : is kept in all 1 m the Atlantic, to U COFFEE ia kept in all first-olass stores from the Atlantio to the Paoino. COFFEE good whan exposed to the air. Always buy this brand in hermetically sealed ONE POUND PACKAGES. rv e w X O V l : JL, 11V TIIK CltKAT OITIH RV IVISITCR Autbor of "Biu ah' ''VI;ti(" "Iiifplcce,"' Uo "AT THE MERCY OF TIBERIUS," By Augusta Evans Wilson, OK MOBILE. PRICE, S3-OO POSTPAID. This Kieatfwoik is uow in pnsi, and will r bortly be ri-ady, Iu order to jtet a cop- promptly send in vour order el once to WM. E. UI'JKLK. Subscription aud CoDfea rstr Ioksi'ltor, MOBILE, ALA. SepVuiber 2, lfW7. 27-4t Gko. A. Jones. OlIIOKS KiliLKY, CRASIBS S SlBLEt. formerly of Uan-alsoD A Co. J0xES, SIBLEY & CO., (SuroesHors to Harralson & Co.,) WHOLESALE DEALKRS IN m 1 mm, 8. W. Cormir Wsterisa St. Fraaris sta.. MOBILE, ALA. Angnstae, 18H7. 23-ly STAUKVILLU FEMALE JNSTITUTE. A Boarding School for Girls. Loca tio Hrallkml, Instruction Thorough, FcKmltf Complete, Charfm Modrrml. The 19th annual sesaion will commence WedDcadav. tk-pU-inber 14, 1S"7. Patron- ! se soli. ited. For further information, send for catalogue. "T. O. 8KLLE1W, D. D., President. - f'tarkvilie. Mis., July 15, 187. -M-'Avn A FULL M.i: OF Drugs and llcdicines -AT- rF-Prascripttonsfllled at all Honr.j W. 11. BRA GO SON'. Moe Point, Wis., April 1, b-ly ASD COMPLETE LIME OF- ree of Charge. 32-ly CO.'S UNEXCELLED .NEW ORLEANS, LA. 15-ly 23-2y Moatross Hotel, pileri, .Hi: - P. J. MONTROSS, Proprietor. This fauuiii hotel, si (as ted at the. most ili'lijjht lul seaside resort, iu. tbe South, otfets the most complete Urgt cliss accom miMlutious AT EEDUCEB PSICE3 tor t' is SeuMou ; situated directly on the Beach, shaded by grimd old live oaks, i.s Hcci'ssibility to pure air and freedom from malariu, w ith tine Boating, Fishing, Enntinj t Iriring, render it one of the most desirable places oil the (Julf of Mexico. Its table is al ways supplied with the delicacies of tbe season, while its rooms and atteodal.ee are unsurpassed. Fur further particular apply by letter or telegram ut my expense. P. J. MOXTROSS. Juuo 24, lf7. 17-tf U1TIVEBSITY - OF MISSISSIPPI. The 36th Annual Session ot thirf Institution will Open on Thursday, 29tli Sept. next. The faculty, en.isistine of eleven Pro- fi ssors aud one Instructor, ia full. The building are in perfect order . tbe litoa- t'usu ia elevated and perfectly healthy. Nettessury expenses need not exceed $150 or for entire course of niue months. Law students $200 aud 2f3. The law school is in onrtlon. and its curriculum equal to any in the United State.. For full particulars, aud tor Historical and Current Catalogue, addre Eiwau Mate, Chainuau of Faculty, University, -Mississippi, or BEM PRICE, Sccretarj Board of Trastee. Oxford. Alias. . August 5, . a-3m iickSales and Small Profits!" BAT ST. LOi rs MISS. DKALKR 1 Dry Goctls. CIoIMni . Boatx & ffiaa. Best Stock (all iws Cnst.im-mode Boots, Ladies aud Children's 8boes. Eats.Cajs, Gents' Fiiriilsliiiii G oci5, Etc. Orocerist nl Ocaoral Xsrchasilte. April S. IW7. 6-ly Land for Sale! Bix aerve of pins land within a bslf mile of Oeeas Kprinj 111 s-lioa of S. W. qnsr, north side of L. A N. Huilmad. The land is eligibly sitn;itil for a snaiket rar-cli-ii. It w ill be o!d st a bargain for rash. Title good. Apply lo P. K. MAYERS, fecracioa, tom. Ju1t, 1M t! tf 6 Si.