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--; j.Ti- ... I We li.i ve t'oliKofuiutv nrr,. li WnaU MUAlor '"tlCOOTlK He conchisim, to hoi,. II, Mn,e of P. K. M A YERSr. .7717. editor Um"' Jw,iB m- f Tiahomineo THE LABU BOOM Seranton, Mississippi: FBIDAY Aj-.nl ., 18S9. r TO ADVERTISEKS. county, as our choice Icr Governor. Among I lie many named, culled or who aspire and have come out a . . candiJalea, we find nnny pood J men. Men who are useful, hotior ifdf.nd scetvsslul in ini:iti nr The DEMOCRAT-STAR fn ('! u..v. Lotvry :,s ' foiuier, lawyer and 18 the oldest newspaper on the .Mississippi Gulf Coast; haa a larger bona fide circu- , J&tion than nnr other newa 'r. paper in thia section ; there fore it 18 the BEST advertis ing medium. Advertisers, bear this in mind. OUR CHOICE Ji-OR OOVERNOB JOHN 31. STONE, . TISHOJtlXOO OODVTT. utcaim mTi.cwciTioi. HSABorra DnoccATie Xx. Coumn, I Jacxao., Mi.., is. 18. j Itt accordance with a resolution adopt ed by, taa Democratic Executive Commit te of Mississippi, at a meeting held Id tb city of Jckon, April 10th. IH89. a BUte Democratic Convention U ealletl to meat in the Hon of Kepresentativea, in aaid city, at U o'clock. ou Ttjfcuur, ran lfrra Day or Jvtr, 1889, to nomioat Democratic candidate for UUoffleea.' Each eooaty in aald Coaveotion will be accorded twice u miDf Totej as it has Kepreaentativea in the popular braach of we etate Legislator. Coanty Execative Committee, are r- quested to take such action in their re- tpecttve eonotie as mar, iu tbeir judir ment, be necessary for the appointmeut of Delegate to aaid Couventiou, aud to pot tbe Democracy iu good trim for tbe approaching canvas. J. C. KYLE, Chairman. E. C. Patty, Sectetary. put riot.' But we find thai is net every such man no is luted lor l he responsible (position of Executive Chieilain. (Bui Co!. John M. Sicce Ke.se. all these characteristics a citi zen, statesman and soldier, and w hat is more he has been tried and i know n lo be just f lie man lor Governor of Mississippi at the piesenl time. He u cool headed. honorable, sensible, firm and con scientions man. Col. Sion first became Governor of tins Slate on the impeachment of Ames in 1S75, in the mldt of political revolu lion, w hen men were earnest, anx iom, critical and exacting. There was much work to do, and no time to enjoy applause, ease or the in toxicating luxuries of the honored in the quiet limes of peace and plenty. But quietly, cooly and diligently Gov. Stone plied the which will e. !ipe ihe Oklahoma boom will be neartlii place soon We have po,inve informal iotl ihat the Commissioner?,- at Jackson, wi.'l be here in a very short time to put on the market the Lowrv Island land f.r sale. Already we have heard of men coming from j i .M.i l.i-nn, Iowa, New Vrk, Indi ana, .Missouri, Kansas aid oilier sections ol the coii..iry lo pos-ess and develops this wonderful Island just across the iVc-airou la river Purchasers of these lands intend to siait saw mill;, canning lacto nes, oyster and fiddler forms. The rush to this Island will he Tout and exciting. But we hope there will be no bloodshed or trouble. Perhaps it would be best lor Gov. Lowry to order the Stale militia down here at once. OKLAHOMA If: TOE H01IE III OF EUU HETTLEtiS, ru roa cortnot. !riti-Ittqrr $ The friends of other e infliilutMi wil not deny tliut he is an up. rirht man, aii.lt bo I be would makeagood CbM txfxatire. Ltlami Timn: Trarrirnl espprkftce h. maileniitt llmroiililj-uriH;iinxl wilbtlie niiiivi tne rxwab to oto e, aim wr iit icrn. il entertain a (Wling of uvtWtl Ikiffurirtr ... . f...... .. . i r m ... tun m nnr cratHI OIU I ri'l r iy feittic with John 11. feioueiu I lie tbair. 1 ',e tonjru o,viilnjr up to larrvltttM Vami-rratir' V tM.l. I..:-, f T...1:.. t . . . Ihe nf lion. J. M. Kfi,ii I ' ..... iijuv ..IIMI MMIVCI1 aiilicani liuiiinll .-i.i-n. is nfilie conn, iry. Alru.nU- a minilx-r ul' hi, in.lv i...n. WUck I Wild tana f rreplc loi the lev land ef Caaaaa. my tlmt the IriMiie wuiiM rnn in . tirn, filNreu uiiit aiiurl. ....... lli-re wanted t be rtiiwu niinnle ui .iitj imiv, arm uut nniwo una- rn-iice ur iliiMimn's iirxi fi,,vern..r. e T.Pb BMfUH:iUl will. I '.A fi'iir yearn, were men Were put tlimiihli Ilie crucial tf, an. I be wae uut fouud wauling, i.noii-b baiil. AH OLD FIG T2EE. Copiah Signal : lo the lat fir .l.iv. aiticu the prouoiuiurd cnmliilacy of Hon. J. 11. Btoue, a large number have il.n-.lar- ... . ..v.uB. i-r. jor aim, aua line ,m pa. per liai no cbuiee u yet. we are tieo to '3T that we beliee that J M. J?(one I uo cuoicei.t a vory large majority of the people oi ihi. couuty. Osk case of Sandford, Fla. yellow fever ct The Grenada Gazette is offered for sale, address R. T. Payne, Ore nada, Hiss. The Illinois Central Railroad ha leased the Mississippi and Tennes see for 393 year?. To. r.i l. . r t . iaumica vi American sea men who lost their lives at Samoa will receive pensions. Is the Slate ol Iowa school di rectors are not allowed lo appoint any relative to the position ol teacher. The XT . mew l means Knar.l r.l Health have isFtied their annual quaranline, lo take effect Maylt, on an vessels Irom intertropical America and the West Indie;. All the hotels in Jacksonville, xia., owned by Awthern Republ; ' just a lew clays ago w entertain Fred Douglas, Ihe most distinguished colored man in lhe United States. The 80lh day of this month w ill be the one-hundredth anniversary of the inauguration of George Washington. Ihe first President of the United States. Extensive pre parations are being made all over the country to proncrlv celehrai tbe occasion. The Columbus Index now owned and edited by Capt. Robert W. Banks, comes lo us teeminc with good things. The Index will at once take a Inch stand for Demo cratic principles and the purity of tun oaiioi onx. puillotine, swept and purged with out ostentation or bombast until his term expired, w hen he was for the first lime elected by the people ana served one term. Bv thai time the Democratic party ha.l come lully into power, had driven out ihe plunderers and placed the atate on a firm political foot ins. U'ak... .1. r , . . i . . . . -c oninn ien mat me de feat of Col. Stor-.e for a second term did him an injustice, and we are now convinced Ihat it was a serious blunder. But Democracy was then rather vain of power charry of conferring honors and desired a change. The most critic al opponents of Gov. Stone could i not, with any hope of success quest ion his honor or integrity as a statesman, or deny his scrupulous adherence lo the highest, purest and safest principles of an enlight ened govei nment during his most trying service as Governor. We desire his election now, not becauseof any sentimental idea of pairing a wr0g or lecogn jzmz merit, which was the silly argu ment advanced in fayor of Gov. Ljwry. We want the man for his peculiar fiiness without which we hve no tne f.-r him, however much n-a iot. til-.. 1.: t nun, u:uess we give nun a pension as a manifestation of our regard, etc. Thi Slate need just such a man as Co! oiono at tins iinio of political croouennes3 an J uncertaii.fi. ti J iocic nm-i, Ue some important i Hinges a.uj relorms, and much uryenus on ine liovernor lo rteer Hie unsteady craft. Our Political ntlairs are seriously agitated, and we need Col. Slone's heavy ' and hrm balance weight. ' He is a can iHlljft. .In.1. . If ! t ,r, ru,,, . win nave an enthusiastic support, and we are for Stone first, last and all the time. Therefore, we hoial his name at the mast-head of Ihe Dkmocrat Mab, this week, and shall do all in our power for his nomination at the Democratic Stale Convention, wmcn oody convenes at Jackson on the 16th of July next. A Northern corresiMiniintitf iha. Indiana tamer, w.jo has been making a tour of the South, say: "A fig tree Dlanled bv Hia .Ioshik at Scrantnn, Miss., iwn vears be fore Ihe Pilcrims lauded" at Ply mouth Rock. MassaehuiMits.M st.'ll alive, n;id has bon.e fruit nearly every year lor more thai, two hun dred years.5' He adds that fiirs are in great demand al Ihe canning factory at Biloxi, and canned figs are among the best of all canned iruits. It lakes our Yankee friends to find out things. Does any South ern man know of that extremely venerable fi tree at Ser.inion"? Mobile Hegittcr. ti. . . . . iiik iree is nere, nevertheless. and we have two men still living who remember when it was plant eu, and they are comparatively young looking men yet. Col. Jo.vEgS. Hamilton and Dr Kftuert Buck, who were indicted by Ihe erand iurv for T, Uobbs, of Brookhaven Lead er, in a Iadif s car t R ast 6pnng, were brought into the Lincoln Court by Deputy Sheriff Uules, of Jackson. When their cases were called, District Attorney McLain slated to ihe Court ihat Mr Hobbs was personally satisfied to let Ihe matter drop, and Ihat, as he did not consider that I ho public good would be advanced by press ing the prosecution, asked Ihat a nolle proseque be enlered, which was accordingly done. The Durant Democrat is now ie?en column newspaper and oih erwise improved. Bro. Almou is aeserving and thorough going newspaper man. Success lo th ueiMcrat and in genial editor. The Greenville Spirit is disposed pone tun at the press brethren. Well, there are some old fossils ol me pre who do not enjoy any imog in mis lire, and it is extreme 17 aoqbtful if they would be entire JJ nappy ghoq Id 1 hey reach heave We print elsewhere in the Drjfo-ceai-Star this week some extracts irom a number of our Stale ex changes regarding our countyman r. bi. jji. tvans. candidacy for weuienanv-uovernor. If Mr. Ev ans should consent lo run we have no doubt of his nomination. He is eminenlly qualified for Ihe posi- uon, ana is a .leservine Democrat Ma, II. F. Ecmeu, postmaster t Ocean Springs, srninled dn- msTCieTeUBd'sadnriHiaTalion, i now succeeded by Tnomas I. Keys, colored. Keys waa appointed tm the flay Mr. JUawTs tour yesrs ex pired. Mr. Ruse hat made a good and popular poctmatier, and we donbt if Ocesu Spiings Vji eve get i good an one as be pro- t V. n pat itrxi i The Greenville Time of Satur day informs us that Hon. W. G. Yerger, Chairman of lhe Commit- lee of Arrangements for Ihe enter lainment ol lhe press brelhrei who meet at Greenville on the 8th of May, have received affirmative responses from Ihe following riistin guuiiea guests : Messrs. E. Barks dale, J. w. Culrer. S. R. Prinn J. Evans, H. S. Van Fatnn. R H. Taylor, J. R. O. Pitkin, Henry t. urady, it T. Love. Wm. H oiovaii, s. u. Lbc, E. W. Carlisle, ie Kichardson and W. II. Hardv. Senators Wall hall and Georee and Ihe State officials all will doubtless be on on hand. These with the press members are guests worthv of Greenville's "greatest effort." so Ihe Timet adds. .Mns. Mary Simpson, mother of Mr. C. A. Simpson,Republican of some notoriety in this section, has been appointed by Ihe President post master at Pass Christian, vice Howard P. Beeman, removed. This is lhe first blood drawn by the Republican administration in this section of Ihe South. Olhtr Demo craiio poslmHjIeii hereabouts may hear something "drap" ere lhe June ros?s bloom. Urookhartm Vnr :' If there is one mau in ifimuaippi in whoin the whole Slate cau leela juat pride, tbkt mau is J. M. Nlo-.e. Ilia pure and bouorubl i-e, ,.nl in i. .. ... stands out opeuly and clearly to tbe pub lic ere aud tbe inoHt carpiu? and disaf fected cau tiinl mi Ktuln .r rt i.: . foimer wise aud able aduiiuiatiation. TmjxIo LrAger: The newspapers all over tbe btate are anauimoua in timir Hn.lnr. meut of tx-Uuvernor Stoue'a titueiw for "veruoraoo. many or tbera are outspo ken for hia nouiumtiou. He ia nndoubt edly the choice of tbe people and we be lieve they realise tbe neceaaity of hie election sufficiently to turn out at the pri mary and tender him the nomination. RiiAtu Sentinel : Tim -in ... Col. Stone, because tbe exigenciea of the times, tbe huaucial cuniliti,,i. r demaud such a man at the helm, in the moat critical Dcriod in tl. I, u .... .. uo rae cttiieu to the cbie ma", istraey, aud proTed eqnul to all emeruau. ciea. Another crisis is am.r.. i,i..,. . ,i,. State is l.i debt, aud for several years has been siuking deeper and deeper iuto lhe nnreof fiuancial ruiu; tbe cool business bead, bouest heart aud firm baud of John M. btone is ueeded again. Grenada Stntind : He is a plain, practi cal, honest, positive and deteiuiiued man, as bis admiuistration showed. He is a wiue-awaiie atateaiuau. us w ell as a brave and chivalrous cenfleuiao. With law for his Khule tnd duty for hia watch-word, tbe jwople could rely on a wie and eco uonnc admiuistration. He belongs to no fiiig, or combine, and if elected would lend our people out of the mire and plant their banner on tbe foreground of mo. fires. v e know ex-Oovei nor Stone, ami we know every Inch of hiiu to l . Jacktttn Jdrance : Hia n.nne rinn nfc - silver bell fioui the Tennessee liue t the J'onthern coast, from Meridian to Vicks burg. Alt acknowledge bim to l lion.. competent and just. He baa made tbe KtdtM a ir ..... I ... , . . . fe.. uu.ciuur aim me people are not afraid of him. but there come cry : "He has had it befoie. iriv boly else a chance." And nt.n p.... . Stone will not have all rose and no thorn. Still if the on.1 nl.I to-... again honors her much beloved son with this b'gb position, her people would have no room lor complaint. A reporter for the Rrookhavon rw.. loteiviewediieveral hundred citizens of Llucolu emintv in r .wl tor boveraoe. St.n m f..n.,,i ... i. r... uciHi oi ine candidates iu tbe race. And the it is. From all over the State comes it. d uueerin? new. that stnn i- i,A . oi ine j.eome. mis star ik growing bri er and higher every day. ,'ht- OF Mr. Harrisox is not having a pleasant lime with the office-seekers. A Washington correspondent says : "His eye; have a worn and wearied look, and lhe wrinkles about them are mult llilifxl on1 deepened. His movements lack the alertnesH and firmness which formerly characterized them, and are now languid and almost uncer Jin. ins step is slow, and while not precisely feeble, is the step of a man thoroughly exhausted." Mr Harrison should go fishine. and let Ihe office-seekers rage. QUARANTINE AT THE POST PASOAQODLA. The following order of (lie Slate board of Heallh explains itself: Jackson, Miss.. At.ril 21. IRS!). If is hereby ordered lh.it quar antine at thu Port ol Pi in (r;iii I i snail negin and go into effect on alier the first day of .May, 1889, and continue until otherwise ordered ; and all vessels coming lo said port on and slier the date above men tioned, shall be subject to ihe rules mid regulations of (he Board ol Health of Jackson county. c , ... WlBT Johnson, Sec y Miss. State Board of Heallh. 1 Hasealc I ai patter. T Harrison administration has changed its policy ;o rerrrrj to the colored brother. Joe Graves, col ored Ikpublican at Pearlinclon has received a commission posi- maier at that place. After the fimt of Jane thai office will be made a money erder office lb bond being 4.500. It will nosh Jot to gi re Ihe bond. A. few advertisement of Mr. J. M. Frank appears in he Democrat. Star i hi morning. Ha has good teams and Irusty drivers al his livery stabj-nd all .-alls foraame are pinmptry artended to. His Don't fail to read the advertise ment of Mr. Sam D. Bloch, which appears among our new advertise menu in to day's Democrat-Star, And don't you fail, if you need carriace, buggy, wagon or harness. lo order from Sam I). Bloch, Mo- bile, Ala. He will sell you (he best of vehicles, and at very reasonable prices. . How. J. i:. Roseborolgh, of the Senatobia Record, will deliver Ihe annual oralmn, and W. C. Wel born, of the Ellisville Sew South, will deliver lhe response to Ihe ad dress of welcome, at the Press Convention. The Woman's Christian Tomper- ance Lmou of Mississippi, in ses sion last week at Crystal Springs, passed unanimously tbe following ICP..1IIUI(1I . Jimahmt; That we, as Christian women, cannot lend our mfltionr io any party which refuses lo place iiuiiiuiuun puna m us platform. Hi. Is have fiKiieil .mil the si-illemi'iil Of claims lii'itiiiisL' In Ihi inli'i-miinjil,-. St. I.,il is, April 22. Tho liepblic special lioin Arkan.as Cin.Kan. savs: Oklaliotna is o.cn. The HiaN, slni!;- gica ant, s.icriui-cs oi tears am ini-ii. ally rewardcil, but ttirt tveun of (. day and ihoof Hie days, wci ks and iiioiniis to follow w ill prove how f;,r supply is Ih-U.w dcman:l, a, necensl t.tlc further -on.-cs.i..HH ( avert ilis onler., bliHMNhcd ami ilheremidilluiis om i.me rihii-i .it aiiarcy. The histo. ry it mis onedav wi II futi.vrr i... "laoie iu iroinier annaN, ami will le-vo neiiimi a lieiitii!:i. . t liil-'aiim, n men win no li iiiiiullu luinUhirk ana claim altorncya. hut he iloslrm: in u in 'lie claims i nhu' ami IioiiimI seiners, lhe Aldus.. n. TimnLn.i Sants Fe tiegan runuiiiK itssuclinns of nannoiii or ivautas C'y last night and piekiit; up ears at alnmsi evi-rv station along lhe mute. Hundred ol people were waiting .1 every depot, .. i nc i-ar, an oi W,i;, were full before Ihe Imnlvr fine was reached, and coiihl they have been coiuilcd M.- ...... 1.1 I I . . 1 ' . ... , natc iiinuc n iruin mam miles in length. The farming element wa III! Its IfSl. ly reprt aenlcd , as all thu homcslcad- v.. u,u B.uu .ui nciure. j ncro were men in inccars Irom every yreat cilr and important toinf in Ilia country, and there w as uol a Statu or Tun Mo ri in tne country whn li did jmi have its represeiiialivcfc. Th.-y filled all ihn seals, occupied all ol ilie slaiidiin' room in Hie aish-s ami tilled up ih space between t, coaches, hanginj. on the iron banisters and girders w ilh ngnpuoru oi uuspalr ami oetoruiin anon. lhe newspatier coach was lha fiii out oi Arkansas Ciiv, It conlaiued representative of all the leading news- pa.iers in ,no c.iuntrv, who were com pelled lo yield rtioin and com fori lor ine gom. oi ine rause. The coudu.-l-org were vigilant in lhe collection ul tares, our it is certain dial a (treat many deadheads went thmiii.li lo the promised laud in the rush ami hurry and roar of the boomer eampai-'ii" There was lilllo iht-sceiiif indulged in, as mo crown did not care lo look at aiiylliing until It gt u, Oklahoma, like the cmliraut al Caulo Garde n no rem sea lo pick up a silver dollar because he exacted lo llml gcild in Ihe street in Iho m-xi block. At Arkansas City there were seven-ly-flvo coaches tracked in the laid awaiting the rush. All of these' were lowerea imo I lie yards some dUtanc below lhe depot. The crowd hetfai, gal herhig un iho plaiform I wo hours 1 oeiore iiayiigbi, and long before lhe niai laiui sireaK ot ine dun n of the fateful day the city was awaking and siirriinr. The streets presented a liye. picltii-osipiu appearance. After the sin, rose crowds were rtidiing toward the ceniru of altiacliuti from nil narln of the cily. The hotels eninlled their hundred into ihe sireel : tli.icotlinn.es coiitn'oiied hniidiuiis more out of lhe iiimpitanit! homis of l he cilv, nearly nil of which have eiilerlained vne.ia j....! . . " . Mining mo past week. Some lonjf sirings of im ii carrying grips, hnii- (llcs. Knapsack and parcels of cVurr possihle and impossible dcscripliuu. Ihiiidrcilsof li.ioineis am rustler, in their impatience In go aUiaH, rushed down en mtisse lo the yards and at tempted to force an entrance islo the cars, all of whh li were scoinely luck ed. The excitement may be judged from the fact thai a laruu number of coach windows were broken out by people who were anxious lo secure seat. A strong guard of railroad men was delailud lo protect lhe company's I lie lirst section made op cousisie -' ". "io newspaper co.icl, ami 0o valxKwe. It pulled U)lt Hi .,, j. ( f tapt, 0. II. Cooper, wto has been on the S.iuta re line for elev.i , ...j tma of the oldest aud m.Mt trusted aoLM. ueers iu itsemnlov. 'l i.nnin.i.r v..Jl W;a in charge of the entire train, ibis was the first train that ever ran onto hausas loaded with se.tlera for Oklaho ma, ami eveu lho.se who I ed in uettii.t! jooaul of it joiuud iu a wild euiuiisiasuu cueer, wliich rent Hie Kaiiaas an us the first step to ard tbe reahtiou of biiM ami d roams of year aud tlio ro- wani io, aacnniea ol the past wj takeu The train ran slowly, as there wm KrOH" danger of misplaced rails, awiiebes aud obslrnctinu of various kluds. placed there corner on tbe boot lauds iu sight. '.be tirst hi.meetead eutry ut Guthrie was an old soldier claimaut Domed John snu. a Kauatau. The laud uUice at Kin ' tislier was rot opened to-day, hot adviue from Ibere bv staxe to Guthn. r...,, ,i ... orderly colouiiiug of the town, which is ... m m .,i uumne in tlie J erritorv r yerytliing was reported quiet alon the Canadian. I'.ucrll i a deserted villa.-e Miwl iii.w m lirl ii.i ..... ... ... . load, a'lout ei-ht tnilea north ot it wu ...... ...n u .i.e. ji isevuicnt rtut v-...u.Mi.a u io oe opened ueaooablr iuirt without bloodabed. J "a Tbe erisis ws passed to..l ti,. great nnmber of her citisens are law abi ding, and those who are not will K. presl by the .trong hju.1 offrunr.J.. lrbllf aa em EatIM( l.'"0- Mieeiseippi Crrr. AiirirVi' te,,of Ulu iu-publicaV democrat tffiJtf.holm ..T.M cousltoberenoreJ an,?t ? mailer of .nr;e, thev ,,,n,i ward ami mce.. X(Jefl4 As near a, can be learnH r. Vimoncan sources the l.i loiiows; V. ( I. Heiidef.nn " ; f.T ',ni ro . (colored), denniV at'fA. CK ;f-w-va,kKj VamdHi; ve ;, j rn ,lt,t H imited Slales mi n rtnftsi-S I 'v., (mm Lo.iisiN; ... .. " "lrs io i.eail -hi l.v collector. 1 ore. (col ''-"'Hsi.rs: L j. P,erna (C( d). Bay hi. Lmis; Jc4,(jr ' i''U.I'earlm.ion:, ' it . ' - ' Instice, aided by the military authority under eonmaod of Oeu. M, .;.. u t . establiahed bia headquarters at 6klah.rma h'tvr 1.he "ro uo "bont Woopa la tu uiuui IS lUMSDreV. Exaerieatc ef aa OM eater. trnnw " .ui.l ..'1.1 . V . fr""n ...... . nu iriii iHHimHP salin .. ""'"17" WK -"wrimiiomtt lino, wbatJti. fT I Si I lluVaa iar..i. . . My p..rt bad a cowboy gi,r wbeu W i!.lii. In tli. ek:-i .. ' . i ; - " " nriawiu. rcno,i io nay a roan SloO tn .i.n . ... a little boat iu which i.e soiii.i cross, and we theu pulled our ... I n I II mi r luun J I I . .. ...... . . - . , .UMIIIU. bad to b . done at Salt Km lc vc onr guide $100, aud it he gets us we I lo cated be gets 150." Auotbei party paid their guide Si50. r A scheme has jnsf developed, tbe maz tudeof l,;l. il... i. .i..T ' . , . "...u vuiieeptiou aim the daring character of the men engaged iu it, makes it one of great importance. It is every day becoming ne.ro upmir. nt that the lauds of Oklalmn.n ill l. ;.. ufficieut for the people who claim it. As cousetiuuuee mere nave been organized bauds or companies, tbe members of which joe orn io protect tbeir fellows. The .e.i.irm oi ine companies have agreed that if any considerable portion of them fail to get into Oklahoma, they will league " BL.U intkO UUMNfVUlfl I nt fhalM...., . s v. iiiu v uci unoe nii i ji. lwoiuuua, eveu ot these or-anizH oeu win ue IOH.jiii.I lii a w,u,lr IW.... ... nay there will be 10.000 ri. u.rminl de.perate f:om failure of cherLshetl plan' ....... ,R ,UD b.ock out oi tne trip and holding dowu claims. The hope of (lis men who have thisdes perat enterprise iu View is to have So many Beanie in tbe stria In a .ho t,. that it will be Ihonght better to leave' wicai t nu n attempt to drive them ont. Arkansas City is the beada. larters ol the rug i ueers or lue scnemn, but auxiliaries are located along tUe ImS and the rush will bo Mmnltaneons at alt points. The officer fcar this, and will endeavor to Sorry a palm1, for tbe strip from Oklaho ma to auUu.pate and thus prevent tbe etueeted rush. It ia well ini.n .1... suh nschiiiriu has boeu talked of by Col Col Slid other Oklahoma agitators, and at tbe present tluio thoy find it a moat op portune time to wake the advance. man calling himself Paul H. l'mPer,y, and they had a contract of umviK, Husweung me lollowinir de- " 1 '""'elisions on ttieir liamls. scnplion. has been here trying lo ucui i ue jihsoiiic r raternity recent l.v : Is of good addres. shout A it 10 inches high; weic.'it, abmt 140 pounds: rather dark complexion, brown hair and eves, with Iiphwi musiaehe: left Ihumb off; with ine initials, i'. il. ai his arm ; also painted on square and com passes. lie Claims ro hflnnn A I the rnab for nlaee. Itiu. m il.l W.t ..... n. .ii. irriiT i . -- - - Landmark Lodi'e Nt H ki D...I erowd beaded toward a new field of eu Mi,,,, ' au, terprise and development, and noooo who UM OOTW MCB IHCII KOing IQ SCOOU CSU lhe crowd wa panic stricken, After waiting inauv ci-emful lv and uighls for this hour of action io come. me:i were seized with a sudden icar mat tney would be left IV THE LUHCli, and that fear seemed to make thm lilt drove of stampeded call le There was a vain attempt at crood huuinr in the.trnir- i , - ... . v gio wuicu couceaieti tue grun porpose be- inuu uiiu mere sa no Quarter suown iu All pacers iriendlv in tha m wmic Fraternity will please hand iom around. J. M. Bradley. D D. G. M. f EUUville Xew South. have tbe remotest conception of it. ad aoinsinar ana. at lue same time. r.a. tbetie incident of 'he early moruinir wu a cattle train lying on a sidetrack loaded witb a boomer, hi bone, waaron and a Sal af rubH Lands In JlUslssippl. WaiiiLngton, April 19. The reg ister tit I he JackSou. .Miss., bind f. rice, in h communication to the .Ih pari ment, snys that speculative tie mauds It.r lamU in that district huVe enormouslj increased, and cash purchases have been mole to the extent ol hundreds of thous ands of acre;, generally by nun resident citizens, and of' eoiir.se far in excess of home-seekers. At- l.-mpls to improperly acquire the puunc uomain in i lie Htaieseem to be on I he decrease. Th ier aiso oners Hie lolloWiug siumes lions, which will be of interest lo those having any connection with government lands t H it should become Ihe settled policy of the government lo wi:h- old the public ilnvnain iu this ills trie! for homeslead purposes only. .L. - I. .. 1 I. ".. .... - wis iiwuieaienu laws inigiu ue pro perly amended so as 10 force those who nave sqnnttetl upon publtc ...ii. in iu apuiv to ehier Ihn sumo within a reasonable lime thereaf ter; otherwise these lands BO IfMSl. ted upon would be subject lo de predation, and remain iinm-tha hands of the snvernmenl fnrn t... definite time, thus depriving il of si r, t. .... Il..-.t . ' ..,0 viiris.tan ; v iai .11 UCIJ.li... ,1 1. .. . ft - -'.r. n ZZ ' . ' '.-w.aiiti ML v.y, ere applicants, mlh h tes ypriug the hi ter Jot& I b..ro Frank it-vsBiloxitT:.?! (cotored), Qcyiin , Spring f If thealhive RepubUcan eoee lallnns- UT r:.i..l 7w'i brethren 'will e.m.e io r.rr . ' oi he spoils, fep-Tls to the coiihl ry no:wit iKiAi.diiiir. . .u lohn R. Lynch and & 5 :Al Sr.! mi appear io 1 nmior the rX; i pants lor Republican office iJ ed from Washington. . Hon. M. M-EvaTsTojlii'oi,-, is receiving strong endorsementi 1 hroudioiu il,e Slne fr . jJ ant-Oovernor, and If he w.ll con. sent io enter Ihe race uominatioi, he will ieii n'! support of Soulh Mississippi, wft(l a big following from ih. L.nZl counties. He i4 renl.,.ri ,f.. for ihe office because of his qnali. Iicalioiu in manv u..uu r .. the. last retirintr r;,,.,i the Grand Im&, ld ia pMcily he disnhivwl i.i. ,.. i. " , ""iio.ucmuit) hick MS a Dar imeni ilPlUlt T .if,.. ! on the Temocrat will hv . ?y in behf f Mr. Evan.-fof. ..i.wciry j democrat. , - Thk Memphis Cotton Exchange has contributed a bale of collon lo the National Contf derate Soldiers' Home of Austin. Texas. - J M. FRANK'S LIVERYSTABLE. (Ktsr the Cepotl ...... CRANTON. MISS. The Bestol Teams Always Ready. ClcvcIandExchange, (At lbs Depot) The Very Best ot Wlnea aud Li quor Nerved. "!., April M. 19. Scraaton, ir Brisk & Jacobson, MAXCFACTCRERS Ic dealers is OLOTHnra AND 0. NTS' FurnishingCoods Corn, r 1'aiiphin and Water Streets, ' Mobile, Ala. April SG, 19. 9 3m " " ' n mfKru SB I 111 at I . - - f ...... m , w. cow, wife aud cfaildrcu aud all hia littu revenue den Ved Irum it uofnal hoawhold effecU. He wm merrr fellow selllemAi.t. nrl otiirt- n.l i K. ii The Pascagouls Democrat Star, '"f t"4 the crowd nnmercifniiy ,omot of lhe taxes that accrue frohi the d confines it! Sr.fSSa Wi,hnt I" hese ! tiKK ell lo Ihe be. t system of adverti- I travel iu my own special coach "Mid have been issued therefor. - ITliT Af env nana i.. ik. C.. s ffi I-, tt lit.-. T . .. .u . . ... ' f , ... ax7T ..stVj sjutuu or auaeruiit." insiances navo nnnrroi il.; YAtl'll Sal liUfss I . . s..., Ml Kill- U1, Yu thi crowd. ' f,e VeTe piT"f8 e lived upon mu'is tur venous oi mm inn in we self sins of any paper in Ihe Stale. If all lhe journal would adopt such systems merewould be more pros emy amoug ine crali. Aosciki 6far. SATil D. BLOCH, CAI.HIACES, BUGGIES, TEAETONS WAGONS, HARNESS ft SADDLES Y, No. 8 North W.ter St., Coraw Kxehaaga AUsy,- Sole Agency C'KLEBltiTED 8TUDEBA- JltK WAQON. Executor's IVolIce. In lha matter of tbe eetats pf K.- J. ueceasca. Ben- "Never mind " reuhed the boom. ... .11 .1 M ' ft.' - '. .l IUD HUH 30 vests without aoul It had leaked n.ititnrn. . u. the Same. II 111 i I 111 anltia Hue, True, every trnrd nf it anil th. bonr of tbe niirht that tha im .i... tests nriap. aflor nl,i... r country press of the State conld, h within Ihirlv days al- ih ...I. ' moveoat. lbs railroad bad auoeeeda . u -j...,. ..- 7 ' . .j-uivuilllll Ul OHIll couiesi. No one rd- Jt V I""1 10 kP'-8.tbi.fact. crVt: r " - v j . .b u i.xin. i-ni k. mi ubi iviiiimm uiitm nf . , . ...u.f.j ... ... 7 ..V J...t:; e-f - in- i "uverusmg rate in W inch ih or aoew the location there ia a fair rrofit. stould hsion I the eoach or the time of it departure. "ally adopted aud adhered lo Jr"" Wll.-.Klt AS letter. ..... granted the nudersigued iu tha above e. tate, os the lSth day ot ebrry, VMS, notice ia herebv o v. ..n . - Ing claims aeainst said mui. t. i. .k. Same with the CWl r .k. r-i." ' . - f f .k80n sty. 8tat of MbMis- -re.. .iuiu oue year, or same will be - Mrred according to law. CTIRISITAN NELSON", CHARLLS J. OLAJiN, . April 26, 8ri. ' ' 8pccl.nl .Tleetln e the Board or Supervisors. Tb StaU of Uissisaippl, Jackson Connfy. A A,mm.!1 Af.:.,. r . ... i 7' -..... m ui ne Boara oi pn-. , , penriaor of ald Oouuty, la hereby called,' . attract! tj K,.iiri- . . ., l.T!!t . -"f mi,nxmu,-" . lIle memoers ad verl isine ia done. Olorr wTi t,, tb. promi ..r Th."-u w PreKS ' " Prf of ten or st net I v. Tna A..el., I.; r I ne aaae o ts beld oo tba .iriupHiiy nasi i it tbe Court-bouse la the r a... Ot more i hi adrenisemetit of Messrs. Brisk at Jacobson, Mobile, annears in t ha Democrat Star of to-day, to wmcn we. direct especial attention. This ia one ol the old reliable clol h. mg establishment of the Port. fThey sell eood, honest clothing. and deal fairly with all ofitek customers. Iif tisem and be con vinced. enough in its way, but it has never "' n PP"roocb wa back- j tra,Iorta!ioii from Greenville lo ITlJi: 'r Thisfn- paper men were rangeu la aaolM pbalaox, P-' "ucs oiaie room, berths, board, hot bad t Sifhl Hft aeoee to the rei- ,,1.. !.!.. . ti i .! . ' .u r--- i xaii riiemnnrs .ii.tuiini. 11,. ,w ... ...i.mIq ftUO form of tbe ear. vines of hunter or settle salisfae- lotiiy lhe internal sffairs rf a re- bfdliniia- Ihflmn.lil ; i . .."'"-.iii t . n.iiitriizt-u I .... i . " stomach. System and living pro- . V"'n wrn "tI tbera who bad been nnU!,, nteelmg at Greenville, who Dts for work performed aro lHh ."?K . DO"1't "T rr, and aesire to avail ihemsAlv r n,. i km .k: -jr... -.:; wn nan a aeatn rnn on tbe iroa railing . . .... -- sis? iaii4L nnu olbmiI nrmm i h. i i i . . - mi itiMncn ra tt ik I u . , - I wiprcaaww s aeiMIDIDSIIMI w ffet IO I " ItlQ U pf nou IU a I 0DC6 I car. i bcm were Dot easily dbtiwiMsH -r t iw .i ' " "i wh iia-wr mtm enmm m awsna of ntswn Oar old friend. Cunt. fVf It lll WM preeomiugte rp- Evans, of Mosi Point ' in Jsk. XtlX St r-..ulsr . ...I.J ... r. . . I- ,.r .'"' 'ill j . -- " wniiuiw mi Ae u I (Q i "r'o wt uiecreait two ot three ant-Governor. No heti r m j n I omed joornalieta and eoorea of Mh.i. COUhl i n med for I he r.lar-- . "i "'"""nn or reeogi,,,, Bod t Aberdeen Examiner. ;;Ts7' H'l"01 P?! " i -r ' " vi va x v wt cMr irrniishi bim . ajaws-TJBBi who TmMmm IT SOU WMQl to itUt fllkA ra fit n rail land, or sheep isrmS apply to the into the yolk ol a good IJT1- Agecy. a plasier7 to k 0 Insect bile, and rn Ih.l f . I cbeer. a. the eoacbes which Were tl. rail L.n.l. I, . . a i. i attached t tha oewanaoer aneri.l .... ... - w .nr-u iinrmiFM by stirring enooch of common salt irsrt. egc lo make on the bitten t.r..i,. . i .ui .rj :. -i:" er . ' ; i nna ilm-e wa siMsiiBoesio nt.b of ifiXO or 3000 men r"ri .'T' Jbtl r" o over, owing ia le. than half a minet. .nd a ceaiitlra tbmns' atmi-oii.. t . .i u I V - , M l"fl' r m, Mbcer-. Hwaafo ai terftcW'alt j notify President J. Durant. K. Almon, at IHE trial of Dick Hawes, the murderer, u going on at Binning ham, Ala, Judge Green having re fused lo grant the application lor a chr.nge of venue. We sneak Ihe sentiniMta r l,. end of ihisStato when we sav thai M. M. Evans, of Jack Ikfltl cWlltltaf is. the man, for Ueutenanioverit.'ir. i- . Sixth aVy o Mau,. 1889, tow, .o consider the report of e umiMioa era heretofore appointed t lay out read !" , Bb lo Kietig- Shell Koed. in Boat N, 4, aud for th. transaction of any other basiuea that may be mroporly braogbt before S;od Board. JOHNSON WAKE, President. ? Scranton. Mias., April tt, li. April 8S. I6ML Notice to PnMfc School Teacisa All nenma wlkl.l,i t. 1...1. i Pnbll abm.l. of Jstksoa entity, who 2 Weia hut fismiued le M.,a.n.i 1. SMM b st lha Leail kommm. iu suustatne. " Oblba , nl, seem.4 r ttM 4Mansxy la M or einmiiialioa. The am .j -.1 KstUtstaVB Mat White. a.ul 11,. ih.1 ...7- day for e.doist te.eI,oia, lha etaaiiua. ... tlua will cunuirii. a .vak roh day. Appliwiil lof xamlBatiou osly will be atiud.. - It. I MOW8Kt . ., Co. Sup l'abhc tducsi.ee. 6tibcrite for Ihe DrMPCirfSTl.' "