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mmMMm(l-Cla Wall HMML skTHaYv July -'7, 1888. ft - aaaa- LOCAL NEWS TIME-TABLE L. & N. R. E, ' a 1M tPM IT""-- 1 Vw Time-Table, Louisville uml Niwh rille Railroad, which took effect Sunday Mv 13, 1808: 001 NO It AST. No 4. Leaves Now Orleana at 7-55 u.m Irrire Ht BCraillU" " .t Mobile at 158 pm. a r ..,.v.ui New Orleans at 4:00 u.m Scrauton at 6:33 p.m. Arrivea rt Mobil at Hrt p.m. COIN WEST. v l.Lenve8 Mobile at 8:10 pm Arrive at Scrauton at 3:95 p.m. Arrive t New Orleans ai 7:0 p.m. v -t Leaves Mobile at 3:30. a.m. Ar- Scrautou at 4:3T a.m. Arrives iu NewOr!eanat7:ri5a.m. Gko. J. Santa Citcz, Rtatiou Agt. Uui Sotietf 10 Celts l Liae fur fob hurrtion. PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN. The campaign, winch lias now fairlv oDenea, promises to be one w ' - of the most important and excitin i'u the political annals of the country. The Dkmockat-Stak, as in the past, will always be found the ardent and uncompromising advocate of the Democratic party and its candidates, but is opposed to rings and cliques. The price for the Dkmocrat-Star siugle subscriber, is 82 a year, in advance, but in order to place the paper in the hands of every one who can read, we have put the price at $1.30 to clubs of six nil at the same postolBce. The geiter-upof the club is entitled to a papei , frke, for Ins services. lie member, in clubs of not less than six, is S1.50 ior each subscriber. The money to accompaii every order. Address, P. K. MAYERS, Srrantou, Miss. Tho Editor- and Proprietor or I lie Dkmochat-Star and wife have just movud Into their new wlmo and red dwelling house, on l'asoHgoula street, und started, ai it wen-, 1 i to anew. They hope for continued happiness Mild contentment for many, many Mart years. Warm, dull days. . The health of our town m jrood. Sprawl tavern, No. ?, U now open. The census of Scrmiton is increas ing. MaJ. E. W. Morrill, of Biloxi, was ill town Tuesday. A man is uot whole till he lakes a better half. Col. R. Seal, of Mississippi City, was in town Tuesday. Dr. J. R. S. Pitt-, of Waynesboro, gave u a pleasant call Saturday. Mr. E. 1). Latireudiiie'a father ami motlier are visit lug him. Moonlight bust rides arc being indultfoil in quite extensively hero ot late. -Our sidewalks are verv filthv Cleanliness is said to be next to Kodli Uss. Do you see the point? -Mr. Wm. O. Walker, ot Mississip 1'iUty, was a pleasant caller hi Hie Dehocisat-Stab office Saturday. The condition of Mr. Thomas V Tiukey is somewhat Improved, which or course, we are glad to record. Messrs. James and Jesse Parker lirought our villoife bnteher, Mr. M, U Allmaa, twcnty-thieo head of flue fst Perry county beeves Monday eve- Ulljf. kcv. Ueo. F. Tlinpiroii will presch at Oianjfo Grove "Ji-morrow 'ht and also Suuday inorninjr at ll u'clocfc, and Sunday uijrht at Pasta- guula. It is uot nice to let cattle block up ueiiuewalks uiitlitor da v. W fc (httowit council to pass an ordinance "quiring owners of all live stock to wpthnnlu tlielr inclosarcs at least I a . -r. and Mrs. E. D. Laurcndino "Waed rrom Bladon Springs, Ala., riurdat. We "gret to learn that r-Lauremlna-wasnot at all bene by L stay at Diadon. pGiri., we wish to Impart to you i ""nm Piece oflBformation, iiamoly -r -r w Doodling forward at the twenty.fonr hours a !av. Im- each shining hour and avoid "Nfcrriblel.teot being au o.m. alZ'10"- D- Wler McLeod, the trlTTrtMn'ttir ,n ,h Leg'slalure - ure.n, eoonlr, was here Satur 21 d'" tb meeting of the la 30rtor,,' Warneaboro, Pa. aK"a and Gulf B.i,ro,d Company. . .. Arabs dropped down HUM --. 'ki were pi rns Ug,rliif and irylHg tnakei. .... . 1. In tO Mil 8,. - J""" 1 aesrflr tlMJ Vfra nrn..nnrr . . mi ia ine creuing nff t4 town mtnUtf rorcld 'hoT" ,0WB' eo"'rrTl '0 'cir "foid iv T Wer "ot Pe-"ded to srfc ' 'e0i nd quieir '' .sHj'rerfopoci ,o -I'rectioe out of ths oi-pe. n limits of the iowB. Tho dance at tho residence of Mr. C. riar.aiian last Thursday nit'lit, I" pronounced by the participant there of to have been all that could be wish ed I if. A platform had bcun creeled in the yard for Iho capeulal purpose of Iriiiiiiii!! the liu'lit fiintaxtiu toe. lee cream and cake of au cxct lluiil char acter was dispensed by a lavish hand, and so happy was the occasion that when the tlino canio for them to take llielr departure they did so re luctantly, thanking the host and host ess ami their ran' daughter tor the kind reception they received at their hands. A gay party of young ladies and ueutlcincii went down to P,iHea''oula last Friday ni''hl for a uiiionli'ht pic ulc, whiuh is pronounced by those who had the good fortune to to to have been a happy flair. Prome mid i n jf panics and other Innocent amusements wcro linlnl.-il in until tho moon had sunk low iu the heavens. Watermelons seem to have about petered out, but the scupperiiongs are coining on upaco and the small boy is suutliug tlieni from afar, uot caring a "durn" for tho colic, the trripes or clcffitcrs they always briii'', but the sciippernon v, oh, where is he ? IIrt:igT' lug on Iho vino admiring the hoy's pluck but ileprceating his Judgment. A young man tho other evening as-ked his lady love's brother what did his bUler Kay when sho learned Unit he was going to stay tor supper again. Let me bc," answered the little bov. "Oil. ves, she said you inu-t think we keep a hotel." Mr. V. II. Alley, of Serunton, has the most ancient mare of (he county. Her name is ''Fanny," Is pure while, aged 31 years. "Fan '.went through the late war, ami has done good ser- ioc for her owner until a few years ago. she is imw gelling leeuie, naru- able to get about. She is not I'O' quired lo do any kind of work but is tenderly cared forhv Mr. Alley. The eclipse of the moon was wit nessed by ninny of oureilizeus Sunday night. When the shadow ot the earlh touched the I'aee of the moon, it as sumed a light lemon hue, shortly ivinir placo to a copper color. Absui one o'clock the eclipse was at an end riieu the b'ivs and girlsclutched arms and went homo. Drink IO-ysloiie l!ye Whiskey, a pure, unadulterated wtiiskev. lice ci 1 1 1 headaches. Only $1.50 per gal luu. Also I'reeport Itye, lour vears old. Hie best $2 whixkev in Ihu United Mali's. s;iid only Py t rait x Jo., ;j and 77 Dauphin street, Mobile, Ala ole agents. Monday of last week tho residence of the late IJol. John ll. Dickiu, on l)g itiver, this county, was entirely stroved by flic. Loss about $1,400. o iiiniira nee. Me, Alvin Murphy, insane, from i no jdiuitison iieiiiDnriiood, was brou-shl to jail ve;terda for sale- keeping until it is ascertained whether there is room in the Insane Asylum at Meridian fin him. Mr. Andrew Allinan, from tho Cross Itnnds neighborhood, was iu town Thursday and guvo the Democrat-Star office a call. Mr. Allinan reports good crops In that portion of Ihu county, hotter than lor many vears. Dr. W. A. Cx and wile left Thursday morning for Dcuiaon, To., beii g called thence by a telegram lo see Eddie Blake, who is sick with ma larial fever. We hope they will iind him out of danger and improving. Ifyou want lo go to tho Cincin nan! Exposition now is the time tickets are on sale at our depot to Cincinnati and return for $20.80, good to return lift ecu days from the dale Of sale. moss POINT DEPARTMENT LOCAL DIRECTORY. j i sue i; von nr. OI.1VKII WOOIl, JUSTICB OK TIIK PFACK. Jiittrnlur tuiiim ot Justice Court for l)is trict No. 3, eyorv second and fourlb Sut in day in euuli mouth. . Cliu relies. Mkthodist Eov. J. P. Drake, paslor Preachiiic every Suuday. Prayer nicot inic every Thursday evening. PKKSBVTKIUAX Kov, v. II. Myers, pas tor. Preacliim; every Sabbuth. Piujer uinetiug every Wednesday nilit. Preuuhuiic at norantuo every tlnra sun (lav at 4 n. m. Uaptist Kliler v. I), liowen, pnsior. Preaching til's t Sabbath in vach mouth and Saturday night preceding. Postollice und Mails. Poscofnco opeu from o a.m. to b p.m. every nay. Ou Sundays open from 9 to 10 a.m. und troin 1 to 'i u.m. Ljettera tor register will no recnvci! during the week trom 6 u.m. till3:30p.ni. K8 .ettora registered ou uuuays,uor alter liouis on week days. Altl.'lVAL AND MCPARTUIIK OF MAILS. irom Scrauton Arrives ni b:2." .m. and 1.-15 p.m. iivparts at 10 a.m. and 2:15 PU1- ... . . ... . Loakesville tiouus Arrivos on Vt uiliiiis- days und Saturdays at 11 a.m. Departs ou Wednesdays mid Saturdays at 111 m. A. lil.UMfcK, r. w. Moss Point LMlier Market. . The followinir aro I he prices of the va rious claf'808 and sizes o yellow pine lum ber, dressed and undressed, also Cypress Shingles: FeiiciuK lit oami o ):)-uu Cedilla Kough 1X3 4.5& li 5.00 Boards ixta f,uu to l.uu ScHiitlinic 8x3toHx(i 9.00 Special Sizes 2x5 to lixti 11.00 JJU1CSSKD. Ceiliug T and G $ 9.00 1 ami u il class ti.nu Heart Face T and G. . . ......13.00 ..13.00 .. aoo . . 12.00 .S. D. 1x13 --- 13.00 U to li 13.00 .ad class... 810.00 to li 00 Heart Bhinjrles 2.75 to 3.00 Sap Shingles 1.75 lioarils S. U. lxl e.oo Buards I). V. 1x12 9,00 IIKW.N TIMUKIi. New classiticatiou. Tiinoer placed on the market will briug 9 to 10 o per cubic tor 100 feet average, und classing li. 1 good. Common and poorly manufactur ed not wan tod. SAWN TIMHKI1. Sawn Timber brings 10 to 12 cents per cubic foot, on basis ot 4 J feet average, av erage quality. Weather boards. . . ". ' " 3d class. Bo-mls S. D. lxl'J Flooring. . PERSONAL, GENERAL And Other ITotsj Gathered From Viritfue Sources. We don't need rain now. The mills arc all running. Ciraball is exceedingly quiet. More dwelling houses going up. Fresh turnip, rutabaga and cabbage CISTEKXS. A. RIGfiS & BROS., 247 1 A-lord sired, near Dryadea, .Tuw Orleans. Send for price list. THli NT Alt 8TABM3S. Fr good teams, prompt alien lion and one price to all, call l the Star Livery bl aides, IS. F. Pickett, propri 'tir, foot of K re I s Avenue, Scrautou In sight of the depot and hold, and especially equipped for thn accommo dation of the traveling public. This Is the old reliablo of seventeen years standing, and has always enjoyed a targe patronage which cannot be tak en away by competition, lor, lo sue cesafully roiniiolo is to cxcell, and Pickett wi'l not be overreached. A nice glssi nncloscd hoaie In also keptat the .Star Livery Si a hies, as ele gant as can usually be found in a coun try' town, always at the service of our etizens, with careful driver, on short notice. Thepalronagn of both the resident ud traveling public la rcectfully solicited. Quarterly Met-titiy SCASRORC MSTRICT -TH1KO ROUND. Vaoelcare, t Mt. Pleant.. Ang. 4, 6 Americoa, at Pins Grove 11, 12 Httiebnrg, at Camp Gmand Is, 19 Ap'mi , at Camp Gioaud.... H, 19 Belhl 25, Mt. Carnol Sept. 1. 8 Colombia 4 T. 8. Wbt, P. E. LOST! Soraewbi-r WHfm SeRintn an1 Movt P"iot, a OOLU HOKstSHOK SCARF pt, art with rhve aieoe. Tbe BrKi-r will h lilKTallr rew&rdait il ba will kin toe Pin at th . , m I-EMOCJtAT-STAB OFX1CE. seed at Stewarts's. Mrs. Win. Mcintosh, nec Griffin, is on a visit to her relatives here. Si raw hats cheap, E. ltloomflnld & Co. A small parly enjoyed a ride to the beach ou Tuesday nighl. Mi Mamie Hloomfield, ol Hands- boro, is vUiliug i'i town. Capt. Gus Aiidcrsoti spent l isl Sun day iu New Orleans. Feeds! ulli of all kinds. E. Bloom- field & Co. Tho young man certainly found the girl at Iho Seashore Camp Ground . Summer clolhing si low prices. 'omo and see us. E. Blooinlield & Co. Mr. E. W.Manahan and Mrs. If. W lltiiitiugtou wero visitors to Mobile this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Iiloomfield sfent hut Sabbath in IlaiuUboro. A very pleasant party enjoyed ride ou I h slcauior Fox ou Friday night last. Gulf Lodge, Xo. 2,484, K. of II meets on the 1st and 4th Hiilurday nights in each month, in the Ilowzo building. lo the regret of many, Miss Alice C'arriugton, a charming young ladv of Middle, returned home Saturday Miss S'ella Woodward, tho belle of Yazoo Cl'y, paid our town list weck a flying visit. A certain young gcu tlemen hopes her next visit will bc prolonged. The schooner C. W. Jones wilh 60,' 000 feet of lumber will sail from the L. N, Danizlcr Lumber Co's mills this week for Key West. Mr. Wm. II. Mcintosh, of Mobile, was at Moss Point Suuday. His v'.s us are not so frequent now. We are always glad to see Mack, however. Mrs. Katie McCaskill has returned from Healing Spring", Ala., much improved. The population of our town la still increasing. Miss O'Neill, a nice young lady, has come to slay at the homo of Mr. and Mm. G. W. O'Neill. Capt. John Alberts is resting on his oars since the sale or the schooner L. X. Danizlcr. lie is too good a navi gator to remain ashore long. lie will oou bi off on the high seas again. The meeting of the Chautauqua Cir cle on Monday night last was unu sually iutertinjr. Mests. J. L. Danizlcr and II. C. Herring each reid rery Interesting papers. Mr. Bloom- field as critic remembered all. The exercises of the Chautanqua for this season will eloe next Moudav night, but E. BSoomlteld to Co. will continue to do buriuosa el (he oU? staud, and ask Iho public to rail aud iovestlte tktir T an 1 fri"",. The following is Ihu programme for Iho nrAt meeting cf the Chautauqua : 1. Roll Call Current events ol the week, 2. Talk E. lilojniflehl. 3. Review of the C. L. S. C. for Iho year D. O. Ilyers. 4. Questions in June number of tho Chautauqwtn, .lid group, answer to bo found tu July number. 5. A word from the programme com mil lee. Report of Ctllic J . P. Drake. All members are earnestly request ed to be present, as Ibis is tho last meeting of thcC. L. S. C,. for Iho sum iner. I have concluded to sell my Picture Tent and ouitll very cheap. Anyone wishing to buy call at Moss Point, where I will be for a short lime mak ing 17 pictures for 25 cents. I will givo instructions to anyone who buys my tent and outfit if they do not un derstand the business. - M. W.JONES, Artist. Mr. Robt. Hunter, of Mobile, has has been a visitor in town fur several days past. We desiro to extend our sincere thanks to neighbors aud friends who so kindly assisted us during the seri ous illness of our Johnny, and espe cially to Dr. J. C. Cowan for his unre mitting attention. Mr. and Mas. J. A. Vaxderwam.. On Thursday of last week Capt. OlaffNielsun, of the sloam tug Fox, was robbed of f 350 in cash and a $00 check by the colored cook, Charles Nichols, who divided tho money with another colored brother named Win. Franklin, and the latler rascal skipped Iho lown aud went to Mobile, where ic was arrested aud brought back lo Moss Point. Alter an investigation of the case before Hon. Oliver Wood, Nichols and Franklin wcro bound over in a bond ot $200 each, in default of which they went lo jail. Capt. Nielsen recovered from Franklin $187. Thursday of last week, Peter Wnl dofT, engineer of the tug Arlington had a scrimmage with Ed. Gray, Jr., a colored boy about 15 years old. vTho I weapon used by Ed. was a 2x4 scant lang, with which he struck Waldoff over the head and knocked him sense less, ami lor several uays it was thought that death would relieve him ot ms siiuering, but wo aro glad to learn that Peler is himself again Judge Oliver Wood investigated tho case and scut Ed. to jail iu detaiill of $150 bail. UNIVERSITY MISSISSIPPI. The 37tll Animal fess'on of this Institu tion will open mi Thursday, September 27, IHHH. Tho faculty, consitting of elveu Pro fessors, aud one instructor, is full. "The buildings are in perfect order ; the situa tion is elevated und perfectly liealthy. Necesstir.y expenses need uot exceed $150 or $200 for entire course of nine mouths Law students $200 and $215. Tho law schcol la iu operation, and its curriculum equal to any in the Tinted States. For full particular, ami for Historical or Current catalogue addrpss Kdwui.i Mayes, Chairman ot Faculty. University. Miss., or MEM 1'ltlCK. Sec'y Board of Truslees, Oxford, Miss. July 20, 1MH8. 21-2ui Sheriffs Sale. FLASn, PlIKSTON & CO., VS. . M, A. Dkks, 1 For use of C.Decs. L. By virtue of a writ uf rvwntinn li.o..i. ed to me by Walter M. Deunv. Clerk f inn V.HCU1I, ourr, ot Jackson county, Mississippi, I will sell ut public outcry to the highest bidder for ClLsh. ut tint I'll, ill door of the Court-house, in tho town of .Scrautou, ou tho Firnt Monday, the Cth day ofAntjunt, 188, within legal hours, all the ri'i-ht. ti tle and interest of M. A. Decs, iu and to the following described real estate, levied Oil 111 tills Slllt. to-Wit : Lot 7. Heel inn r. Northeast quarter of northeast oinirter. section 7. Southeast quarter of northeast quarter, section 19. South half of south west quarter, section 19. South lmir ,,f southeast quarter, section 19. Southw.t quarter of sontlnve t quarter, section 30. .'ort!iciiKt quarter of southeast nnintei. section 31. North half of southwest quar- ..r u...i.... "il I.:., e . nin'ii tun UBUin u, range 4. IMlSt half of northwest quarter, section 13. Northeast quarter, section 13. WW. lmir of southeast quarter, section 1:1. V.at half of northwest quarter, section 1!4. East half of southwest unarter. sect inn i4 southwest quarter of southwest quarter, section 2."), township 6, range 5. South east quarter of northwest quarter, sectiou i. ooutneast quarter ot sontlieast quarter, sectiou 2. Northeast uuartur. Kceiiiiii :m Southwest quarter, sectiou :i tnwiisbin 7, range 5, to satisfy a judgment in fav or ot 1-lash, Preston & Co., for us of L. Dees, lor the sum ot fcliO.e aud all costs and interest. F. II, LEWIS, Sheriff. July 13, on-nt Sheriff's Safe. I'ASCAtjiOULA DOTS. HV BILL, JONES. Tho low temperature and fine salt bathing at Pascagoula has brought many yisilors to our hotels and board ing houses this summer. Where the thermometer never registers abovo 90 degrees in the shade is the place to breathe free and enjoy a good night's rest. Such blessings arc to bo found at Pascagoula, and among thoso who were wise enough to discover the fact arc F. Armani, Attorney -at-Law, Mr. Volney Crown, of Iho firm of Revit & Crown, and Mr. W. W. Sum ner, wilh their rospoclivo families, all of New Orleans, at tho Clark House Pascagoula .Hotel. Mr. Charles G. Andry and family, of New Orleans, aro occupying one of Mrs. L. W. O'Connell'g eottages. Mr. Andry appreciates the advantages of Pascagoula as a summer resort, and will remain during tho summer. Mrs. L. W. O'Connoll will depart in a few days for Iho mountains of Ten nessee, to enjoy Ihu benefits of I he chalybeate waters of ihoe mountains. Long and close application lo business has caused a relaxation of tho licrvous system, which it is hoped a short so journ in the mountains will restore. On her return Mrs. O'Conncll intends lo erect several now cottages- for rent. She has one of the most desirable loca tions on Iho beach upon which collages would surely bo in demand. Mrs. O'Connnll says her motto is to pro gress with the progression. Capt. Soderstrom's fine yacht, the J. T. Taylor, look a larire crowd from i Iho Dejet House to Horn Island on picnic. Pascagoula Bay furnishes many pleasant resorts for picnic par lies, Petit Bois and Horn Islands being but a short distance offshore. The ens loins fJlce has been moved to tho second floor of Messrs. Greiner Soderstrom's new store. The change was made to meet demand for more room and othcrconvenioncea that could not be had at the old office. x, ) For nse of M. A. Does. For use :es, )of M. L, Yates. John P. HIciiaudsox, vs. M. A. Dues. G. SI. Dkes, By virtue of a writ of executioa.directed to uieby Walter il. Denny, Clerk ot the Cir cuit Court of Jackson comity. Mississippi, I will sell.ut public outcry, to the highest bidder tor cash, at the front door of the Court-houso, iu tho town of Scrauton, on tho First Monday, the Glh day of August, l?rt, wilhiu legal hours, the following described real estate, levied ou iu this suit, to-wit : Lying aud being iu Jackson iToiini.v, .Mississippi, ana lurtlicntescrioccl us west halt and southeast quarter in sec tion 12, south half of south half, uorthciist quarter of southwest quarter, northeast quiineroi soutueast quarter, section 1. east bait ol nnitheast ouarter and hrhI, nan oi soutueast quarter section 11. nil in lowusiini 7, range 6. west, sections 5. . 1 uud 8, lots 1, 2, 3, 0, 7 and H, uud those nor lions ol lots 5, Sand 1 Least of Itavou Her- roii, in section 17. Lots 1 and all .hoso portions of lots 2. 5. G. 7.8 and 1-J.lvinir eiit. oi jiayou iierrou in sec. 20. Those portions of lots 1, 7, 8, 11 und 12 iu sectiou 29. Lots 1 nun (i in srction 32 in township 7, range i arn, ajso an ei soJtion 1 anil alt ol 111, except HI acres, the sonth half of southwest quarter, being in all 5,700 acres, loeaiisiyu, judgment in favor ot J. P. Kichardsou, use ot M. A. De-, use of Jl L. Yates, lor $2."5,1 uud all costs aud in terest. F. II. LEWIS, Sheriff Jly13!JbjWri: 20 3t JYon-KeKiriciit iVofice. Thk State of Mississippi. To Arthur Morris : Yon nre rouimauded to appear before mo i inn eery court or tho County of jitcKsou, in said State, on tlie3rd Mouduy of August, 1-S8H, to defend the suit iu said Court ot Mary K. Morris, wherein you arc dcieudciit. W. M. PENNY, Clerk. July 13, 1. m.H Mr5 Ciias. Seardstee, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, Tho bent low -priced Watch Jniado. waiTSUtell. May 2T., 1888. rally Shop at Co wau Bios'. Store, .Moss Point, .Tlisi.i)pj. All kind of Watches, C'locka and Jewelry repaired. Good work and low prices guaranteed, A gent for Wall ha in and El gin Watches. 13 6m KSTAHLISIIEU IS nv.w niHK orricK, 7 iiiamikks k-A' CAMP RICE, BORN & CO. Hardware rs 1 Ar icnltnral Implements, Plantation Snpplics & Cootoi & Heating StoFcs, . ORLEANS. AGENCIES. - Washburn &. lloen Glidduii VaU-nt Steel iiarb Wire, Howe's Improved Scales, Ausonia Brass and Copper Company, Lawn Mowers, New York Emanuel Paintt, ltenl-y Skates, lllack Dia mond Files, Rapid Freezers, Walter's Patent Tiu Shing les, LcPage's Liquid Glue, Norton Check Springs, Empiie Wringer Company, Kyan'o Patent Post Hole Diggers, (jood Enonjjh Oil Caiis.JeWul Heating Stoves, l'ateut Scoops (self-righting), Charter Oak Stoves and Ranges. Standard Man ufacturing Co. Cray Enam eled Ware. . 14-Cm 17, 79 AND ax Carpenters, Cooners, Black smiths, Engineers and Tinners' Tools, Builders' Hardware and Tiiners' Stock. Sole Owners of "Crescent City and "Hello of Orleans" COOKING STOVES . Wood and Drove Well l'HIlipM, Refrigerators, loe Chests, Water Coolers, Ico Cream Freezers, Fly Fa.is, Screens for Windows, Cloth for Screens. AGENCIES. Cotlou Plant. Stoves and Kanges and Grand Active Wrought Iron Kanges. ex., NEW jti viv n June 1, 18S8. Laurendine 3 Pascagoula Street SCRANTON, MISS. DEALER IN DRY GOODS, MOTION'S, HATS, CLOTHING & SHOES A full and cotup'cte stock of Staple anil Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Ales, Etc. t.oods KelivriMil i'ree of Clinr&rc. October 8, 1887. 32- ly F::i'i E::;; anil U::'d tirTIJE OLD UFLfADLE.j 106 - St. Charles - IC6 IV it. TROEUEL, ricprielor. KEMEMUFli THE UMUEli Th RpKtdiirant at No. 101 St. Clinrle utrw-t. known at FKELi'S HOI'SK, liavinvr Imm-u thutoutily retittril ftml rnuvir'(I Hiid supplnsl with the Litest itniiruvt'tnr-nts fur me i-uniiurim my 1'ainm). j nc mn stvlf roiihtt i haro "wn rtniivtn au . iti-Rfca ny tanicH man rmnfhrtftbH cliniiM. Th Httrvievs ot an t-xeellfiit Owik Iiitve liccn rh purfd fur tint w-iw-'Ti. S iiicit-iiNB ft jsritcs. Inttinu up Mtaiiu. Mfitisat all hoiirM ,Uy r u!i;lit. Thin hu has uo conutM imu iih auy titlier of tho umc nutue. ,"!;..':;, i,,ri.; liii.li! lj.!-Tli!H',WirU ST. CHARLES ST., Two doors nbova St. Charles Theatre, 25-9iii W 3 mm EjEinnv a CO.. MANUFACTURING DEALERS TVoii-ieeilrnt Notice. The Statk ok Mississippi. To Jessie Weaver: Y'on aro commanded to appear before the Chancery Conrt of the Comity of Jackson, iu said Hulo, on tho 3rd Monday of August. IHfH, todeieud the suit iu aaiil f .4 t't; 1,. viiiiiioir.iiw fvfr, wiierein you aro ticieDUent. W. JI. DENWY, Clerk. July 13, 188. FOR CASH 1 1ST BOOTS AND SHOES. 0L0 20 127 It was wilh pleasure tlmf we met Mr. Thomas Poitevant, of Pearl- ington, in llio liunlier re);ions of So ti ih Mississippi. Tom wms raised here wilh the character of a good bov, and aller vears of absence came back wilh the reputation of a good and nselul man. A man of intelligence, energy and business hauils, lie is appreciated for these slerling virtues. The household of his sisters and other relatives were made clad at Ins nieaence. hile friends everywhere w armlv greeted him. Grenada Sentinel. IYoii-feeiilciit .olicc. Tub Statk of Mississippi. To Sandy Coleman : Y'on arc hereby commanded to appear before the Chancer, Court of the County of Jackson, in said State, on (he 3rd Mon day of August. l--8. to defend the suit in said Court of Chanty Cokuiau, wherein you nre defendant. W. M. DENNY, Clerk. July 13, 1S8H. ..sj-tt Cleveland Exchange, (South aide of Depot) Genuine Iuportefl French Claret, Other Fis Wises LiQfons & Cioahs, Always on Hand. Also in ronuectiou wilh my bar I bavo a Livery Statle, Where ia kept the liet of tram, aud will roinete with the tow n. Dlnmmen and others mill please five me a call. CaD'tnl aud responsible driv en acoompany rttrh tesm if desired. J. M. FRANK, 1'roprirtor. April fi. 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Manufacturer of Steam Milln and all otber Machinery, Brass and Iron Castings of all Kinds, Iron Eailiag, Cemetery Fences, Veraaiah.3, OSes Sailing, Etc. dooiis, si:lttei:s, ktc. rroinpt Allt'iifioii C.ivt-n lo Itt-paiiius:. ill-Country Or tiers Promptly Attended to Scptcmlier . M 71v New Storey New Goods ! NQTT & STOHK McIMS, .105 rOIXT, MI5S., Have opened a ocw Mora on lira uorth side of Ii, 3 Kiver, near Kandali's 't riy, and Ur ked it Hh fresh and seaaouble Dry Good, Groceries, Fancy Good, lioot and Shoe, Feed, Fte , Etc., ami in fart a peneral assortment of c.oods unliable for tins tniukct. Wool, llidcs. lionet and Conntry 1'ioduta. Karcba, Und. 1-ly GE T B IKill. i Large Kan' nnil Planing Hills I 1 1 ryAiu. 1 unn i re f C. TAYLOR. IliiTidsboro, Mim. Jl.yf.,i. 13U uwz gFRih'Gs Hotel These Cehbr.itl Spiing are open Wl.VTVK HV.7J.yiER. r.iianl 't day $ 1.50 Per week t'.OO 1'er month. 30.00 Fporial rates (riven to lare families, eciBtmi'7inir ronni. Buy tickets to Butk atuuna, 11. & O. It. K. Addresa 11. J. PLT1 I S, Proprietor, Healing Simnes, AU. June ,l. l5-6iu Fire Insurance! E. W. MORRILL, Agent, Liverfscl, Iczui . 2n3 "GW." IXSl KANCE COMPANIES, UILOXI MISS. ou d tiling, ,peciKj Xl-ly r? losoraDce Bullrilel. Octuber IJ, IW. j Job Frinfin- at tliis Qfllcr.