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RK. MAYERS, JWPWCTOR iuH)XY.... December 20, 1889, y iv-- - foQAX. NEWS. ,.x-u. I.mtrv lie aim Katsn GOING WKsT. T-.,ivea Mobile at 9:j0 . m "'.'I a.ntan at 35 Arrive r V Mobile at 2:20 a. m. Ar- ."' t; a..r...tiin at 3:J4 - ni. Ainvea SKeOrteMat7.. JOI NO BAHT- . uvm New OfU at 7 a. n lrrVat 8ruio at 10:37 . Am vet -aW bran. at 3:15 p Arrives at Bentnw-ti ai r- 1m at Mobile at 7:S0 p.m. ft.. Thais. No. T3, Ar- ..at leave Mobile at 9:40 a. m. Arrive . . .t 12:f0 D. m- Amvea at -Orleanat I5 n. m , Or-o. J. Santa Cri Station Atf.. Wees 10 CciU t LiM ht hc lisfrtioi. tiiiilcr. ' "- 1 S.timlav and .Sunday are tlio iijorhMt kya In " year. ' !; Mia Mauilo Walnii will apcttil (he lliill'la'ya in Now Oilcans. There will be ajrrlneo at the ! Sea mcii'n Bcthol on Sunday nigM. , A chain pnroliaao will aooii aiiprr wile the ropo on Ulanclntrd'a wy. fl. E. W. Morrill, n Biloxl, waa (..town a rlitv or two tliU week on itisuraucc busiucsa. , The Hoard of Snprrviaora were Imciwlon llneo daya and diiioscd of lnrjrc amount of business. Ir yon arcin neod of n nice Hal (or the Holiday you mil set 11 al W. M. Canty' Mewra E. J. Dnwera, of Bay St. Lnula, and W. II. Maybln, of Ililosl, were licrc yesterday on legiil bur-incus. Our esteemed friend Ul. Win. It. Slnart.of Ouoan Spriiijr', dropped In Friday ami eliatted (is a low minutes. -Mm. D. 1. Willow. biiirht a lot adjoining Mr. II. It. and will bi'stln ihc erection of a Itnnse at once. We presume that the editor's tur key is faltuniiitf. and will bo received ami slaughtered for Id Cluisliuiis dinner. The iioUy bad boy are conspic uously absriit from ;tlin JMotlrndM Cliiifcd now. Wo arc iflud to bo ablo to note llii. " -Don't foi-jfol thai W. M. Canty till ncll jfootl al the lowext priors, ami will prove it if you will only give Inn a chance. Ma. K. M. Weed, tbo efficient and )iiilar aiaiu ajfent at O.ican Spritijjs, was here Monday looking the J'icunc ol hcalili. The new tttlf now l.iiildinjr. al Rlanchard'i aliipyard will probably be christened "Annie D." in honor of one of ourlocal beautiua. Yesterday was an exceedingly dry day In Stanton. The bar rooms were closed on account of a special election for town marshal. -The I & N. Railroad Co., will i tiie round trip tickets duriiiit Ihu Hol iday, to any station on 1 1 a lines al two third rates for the round trip. A new achooi,er will aoon bo built at Blaniharda aliipyard ot about 100 loin burden." The workmen are only wailing for the timber to arrive. Mobile la trvinir to build new 4odt md wty, l,Mt niancliard la ex icmlMjjhia and will aoon bo able to accommodate evcrvlhinjj that comes lon , (l -Dr.W.G. Austin and wife, of Kcw Orleans, were hero before the Boird of Supervisor M uiday ,to protest a(aiut a atreel being opened itroMjrti their properly. -Litlle Wilherinina Seymour WM filtlly burned at Ocean Springs on lie 30th of Xoveniber, ami died at p. m., on the amo day, aged 2 yrs 4 mouiha and 14 day. -The Boanl ot Directors of the pgoula nuilding and Loan Asso 'icn will meet in the Democrat Stab office on Wedncsdar evening, '"ry 1, 18D0, at 7 o'clock. -Messrs Gerard Richardson have Just received a lot of Freh Da'ea, Al noads, Oranyc. Currants, Kalsins Vfire Works. They are acllinsf -Per than anr house in town. Try them, ' -' Impure Literature" will be the abject of Rev. C. N. A . Yot.ce'a ser " In the Lutheran Church 8tmday at U o'clock Service, at Vfo-le at night, fcll are moat -"7 invited. t , v5KcDcrmoft and faruity TIU'y triTe', ,M rtnu. aopo thev will become permanent "". Mr. McDcrmott is Utly J Mrford, Ala., where h has 7'theemplov of the Sea CoaH "nfctnring Comp.nv.and at pro ttenstsgej Wllh jluilterf Dcm, VI IS HE t 1 RcrajHaa Ha yk, fmtt Wtatea'a Cletaea la Waak. For several iiM.nihs pint it lias boen rnmored about' tknwH iho washer women, thnl a Sriiinl'iii man, who is wifi-lcs, regularly seiuNout women's clothe to wanh. 1 o never cmploya iho samo washcrwomaii twice, but lor all that tho fact has leaked out and l c using no Utile eoiunieul ainonsf I he ladies who m-e, of course; er7,y to know who this lair damsel I who sends her linen to the laundry through a person ot tho wronit vender. Thee'otlics arc said to- be of fii.o qnalitv, with alt the feminine jflin Tek and little fol-do-rols, that deft fingera are wul to sew around the edge. Hut in the presence of this mystery 'peculation is baffled, and wc will have to leave the question to lu qnisitivc feminine minda lor fcolutiou. Who is She t BL1IKETS I CIFBTs ! Owing to the backwardness of the winter season we will sell Hie balanco ol' our Stock of Blankets and Comforts at Cost i'rieea I Don't miss the op' poi'tuuity to lay in what you neod. . .. Hoy' Clothing. Wo mill have a few suits of Boy's Clot lii ug from 6 to 10 years that we are selling at $1.50 and up, worth double the price. Men's Suits from $5.00 up, that can't be duplicated. And don't forgot thai wo have a full line of Toys and Holiday Goods that we are selling at Hard Timet Price, Give tu a trial. Satislaction guaran teed. Goods exchanged or money cheerfully refunded at OASl'Elt'S Opposite Democrat-Star OfftVo. RATE coal foe bale. . I have jus received a ear load of trood Alabama Grate Coal for sale. All orders left with V. D. lioclit will e promptly attended to. Jeiiv Y. Monti ax. Scroiilon, Miss. -Mr. E. Tat Cowarl, of the Ann of E. T. Cowart & l!ro , Mubilr, was in town Tuesday and gave u a pleasant call. Wo are glad lo know (ha this firm is getting a good trade from Moss Point and this place. Dr. II. A. Summit, the root .Hor, from Fort Rayon, osnifl In Salurdav o tell us that bo was about to move himself, and all be possessed to lVr kiuxton, Harrison county. Tho kD'c- or says he is an altered mini never to drink anv more. Victor ItosarL". who keeps a res. auranl at the fool of Iho mil road indue, keeps a flr-t-rlna (utile aiip- plied with rl-h and oysters, and all the 1h-acii,a of the snason. His wife be- ug a splendid cook his many patrons ii ring court week went away highly nVascd. . . -Go to Aleck ICrcb's $1,00 worth goods purchased entitles you lo a i.kct in a Grand Silver Drawing Doc.2dlb b!l ween 12 M. aurt 4 P. M., under the dinv.tioii or II. R. Everitt, E-q.. and Mr. Ilnracn Rowmun. Get our ticket early. No humbug. Good cheaper than eltcwlierc deliv end free. Rev. Ben Jones and wife left Mon day morning, en route, for Crysta1 Springs, to attend the annual Confer ence. Mr. .lones lias oceu pasior in be Melhodisl Church of this place for welvo month, and we aro confident he lias performed his duties faithfully to Iho C hurch and to the Muthodis people, bill he is not appreciated here, hercfore, we do not think lie should be sent back for another year. He ia by far the best preacher of his denom ination Sera ii ton has ever had. Just Received at M. V. B. Carey' a choice lot of Christ ma Goods, Dove brand of llama and Breakfast Bacon, Mince-meats Jollie,Curranls, Citron, Fine Candies, Fig, I5aiin, &o. Al so, a lot of the finest Imported Claret, a genuine article. Wiuea and Li quor and, the finest Coguao Brandr, all of which he will soil a low as the lowest. Give him a call. Tho soap man who collected sums from fity cents to three dollar from a uiintber of our citizen, ottering at premium an eularged cravon por trait ot anv member of the family, hat returned tho small picture by mail to Mis. M. E. Kreba, where Iho own er can call and get Ihciti. Ho says in his note that tho enlargement have boon made, and that he will aoon be round with the soap. We aro Jnat a liitle atraid that this community hat been rather neatly lathered. Mr. Katiina M. P. Nielsen, wife of J. Nielsen, died in ISiIixihw ajom.ar night, after long illncs. She an earnest and eontisicnt member ot k. it.ntiat f'luiivh. and bore her uf r..i. iih Christian tortililde. Her remains were placed at Bnal rest in the cemetery lie re Wednesday afternoon. To her sorrowing husband and mrtli erica children onr atneere ym thlesaie extended. BtUai Utruld. Mr. Nielsen wa formerir resident of thU place and her many friend here will incercty deplore her ricaih. Wa tender our sympathies to her aor TtlBlTB TO HR. taHS. lev. Beat. Jeaet rrcacke Bl rarcwell ieraaai Befere lD te CeBfertBiec. Jast Sunday the vcnerablo pastor of Iho Methodist Church hero preach cd his last sermon b -fore going to the Mississippi Conference to a lair con gregatiou. lu Iho course of his re mark he paid the following tribute to the memory of Mr. Dav.s: Mr. Jefferson Davis has recently died lu New Orleans, and I will not let this npportuniiy pass without inentiouintt his name ami speaking of his virtues, hrw men, It anv, are more widely known than ho, and mul tiplied Ihoiis.iuils of Southerners love his memory an 1 revere his name. At his funeral in New Orleans represcu tatlves from every Soul hern Stale wero present and laru numbers ot strong mon and women wept as I hey looked upon Ins faco lor the last tuna' Citizens of every grade Vied with each ol her in (heir lovn ami devotion to the honored dead. Mr. Jefferson Davis is certainly to be. . classed Willi the great men of the earth. He was well educated, lie began his collegiate studies at Transylvania University of Kentucky, and closed them al West Point Military Academy, New York; His education was turned to good ac count. Hi West Poinl irainiuK pre pared him to distinguish liiniseif jn the profession of arms. Transylvania aided him in becoming eminent aa lawver, a statesman and rjler. Mr. Iavis possessed a high order of intellect and exiculvu Inloi inalion. Well balanced as lu was, he inai'.e.but few mistakes. Ho was a man of in tegrity, who accepted tho leadership ot the H mtliern peoplo in Iheconniel lie! ween I tic stales in ISO I, believing Hint he was right. I have never seen a distinct statement anting lortn tiw causes that led tho Southern Slates to secude. Many persons think (lie main object was to perpetuate slavery. It.it thero were olh.;r causes, where prin ciple and right were involved, of far higher import to the Southern people. Thev eouieiided for consul utioiiul lib- ertv. the authority and rights of the sialcs, the safety and sacrcducta or home and family, and tor pergonal rights. Tho iindei taking was arduous aiid hazardous and wise men thought it hopeless from the first. Certainly the odds were against (he South. Success was seen to lx ilniiblfHl by all think ing men. But the nsfht self-respect luiiht ho maintained at all hazards, and such ' men as Jefferson Davis, Robert E. lcc, Stonewall Jackson, Joseph E. Johnston, Sidney Johnoi: and Alsxaiuler Stephens l he greatest men of tho aiio in which Ihey lived uuiied to si.slHiii, not slavery, but their great -principles. Jefferson Davis and oilier nave been blamed for Mon-accnplanecof the Bur made by Mr. Lincoln Inclose the war and gradually emancipate the slaves in 30 years. If sm h a proposi- I ni was made, so lar as my memory serves uie, it was umm iiio uonuiiion i hat i he leaders of the cccsicn move ment should bu siirri'iidereit as rebels and traitors I" the Lolled slates Irov- eriimeut. If this be so, ho can cen sure them for Indignantly rejecting it and refusing to subject the Southern leoplc lo all the indignities thai would havu followed such 'a surrender? But suppose die offer 1iad been made with out such humiliating condition, would surrender have caused the triumph of Ihu irroat principles lor which thev fought? Great and true men do not givuupa contest tor principle iiniii ihey have exhausted all of llieir re Bourcc. Mr. Davis suffered patiently alter he bad done all ihut be could. He suffered sublimely a great ami riMid man oulv cuM uffcr. Ho was a grand Christian hero. rtSCUOlLl BClLDISfi AS L01I AKSO- riiTioi. Al a meeting ofiho Board of Direc tor! ol the Pascagoula Building and Ivoiui Association, held Dec. 16, 1889, the following' were elected officer for the ensuing year: P. K. MaVkiis, President, F. I). Bicciit, Vice Preshlenl, Frank L'atar. Jil. Secretary, Cait. Jso. Fostsh, Treasurer, 11. It. Evkiiitt. Attorney. Slock Iiistallmcnts lo Ugiu on lsl of January, 1800 and to bo paid monthly in advance ou oi before the 15th of each mouth. : The best place in town trr buy X mas candies ami Arc work i at W, 51. Cantv's. HTIttlC FAIB, MRS T. TELTERTON, ParatDBrr. Tfc fol'sviof te a atuenentot toe amooatsr. liW from t;. OJkHc Ftlrf la, wwk : guppw Tu..Vn. BTd a4 Mra. J- IwdV Table" Mtemi il Kr-bs and M. y,i... . S IS Cofl" Table.. UUum Z. Uupaotaad L. 1M- mM. I lot Cixm Xble. . Mu-ws B. Charpisin and p,j , ......t 3S 00 Kntr-nre K..Mni. I. and I.. Ihipnpt.. 31 40 J'rMUrHr..MLM Kroais tU.mh 9 Si Tnmbola..Mm. A. Krbs, MiMes M. aad A. Krtths .......-......".-'.. -".. 'S TVksU fm-W-U-h SS t Votin fisr Kin(t..Wo by Miss Blaaelw (-ksriNaaT " w Pi. fnd,kHi..Mni Trrv.... ......... t Unb B..Mms1sJs aad Dm liai " PurTTsll..Mra.aad Mis Jtaastaa.... 17 akwiiajl Urjr - Total reoelp. TaUl KxpeadHm-e. I M U Hrt nxwtpta... SCM tO Tirkrt . X wbl iirnrnrM mmrri th old wstrb Mk.f Hi Lni Moilrt. VrwafAe r bT Mm.llTrl:ll J.hlMiptT V "PC .iJ; ' Klow Lli-ap br Mr. AIIT; Cttk Hoot bT Kit Tltm uu . ( rd StMd bT Mr. Irirf. ; Pntr m by l H. pK-k: CnralMbT Mms Dolores Kreb TidTbTMl. Tarn K.ap. etna aad pml1 eoalxd b tb hn pnilr rtmnt Udu. Mtaa B. t.B-jiaai Ha Kit niuia, IM pl nnf m Miss Ckarpua Vi. num. Hlsosn Ibaak ar korbr ratarMd te Kk awl .ii k but aart bi aad aud a aw" at U Fair. EKV. C. A. OUTER, D. D, raator. IF YOU OWE The Demockat-Stab Of fice anything, NOW is the time to drop in and gcttlo, Tt fakr-a money to . ran a newppapcr. L! 0 SS POINT DEPABTL1 EflT. LOCAL DIRE.CJTORY. - .... u'i ., i I U4-.JI Cutircbem . . .u-- Mkthodist Rev. LiJ CarTey;: jvastor PrcnahiDg every 8uudy.,-PiliflT meet, nor athi-v I'hiniutdr eveninff. ''- ' i Pkksottrrias Rev;rl;i1'.'yeTa, pus-' tor. freacliiug every BtltoiMMi.- rj)er meeting every Weduesday BijrWr.'1 Preaoliin;t Scraittoo eery third un davat 4 p. ni.' ' "a .. . bAPTf8T-KhleV':0. DBtkwer, pastor.' ProHchiug first Sabbiitli in eneti Bionth and Saturday night pretetlltfgi-; Postoflipe nnrt Mnlla; : . ARRIVAL AMOIUtrAaTOKHWMAIU. tnM Scrastoa Arrives at fe0 a.m. and IU5 p.m. Departs at 10 a. ml and ii:lf. p.m. . ' - ' - LeakettiUt. Eonlt Arrives -en Wednes- daysatid Satarday atll A. HtfL Departs on Wednesdays nd et-rnlvs at 18 m. . A. BbCMKfi -P M.; Moss Poiit LiiiMaM- Tlie tol lowing are the, prices of t-be va rions classes and siaea yellow piue lum ber, dresxed and undressed, also Cypress Shingles: . i . Fencin". . . . .'. ....... lit 6 simIjS. .5-00 Ceiling Bought. .,,,U9j5 A in...... 5.00 Hoards ixiz.,,.j a.-sw 8cantliiiff......:....4x3 U 6IW.. 9M Special.Sizes.....'.,.2x5 to Hxfi..... 11.00 ." , ...,tt!it.jiio.niM.ry-J " " " ' PKKS'SKI). .., ,v i Ceiling............!' and 0r.. . 900 r ana u ra ciass. , ,w Heart Face. ...... .T- and G. . . ...... lH.OO Weather boards i . . 13.00 ' ... v..,..Ulna.....w.. 8.00 Bosnia. . . ... .v.v.8 V. M. , ins. . 18.00 " : ........S: P. ili . 11.00 Flooring.. to 1.'..'..'.'. .'.'i;15.00 : 2d cliuw. !.$!. oo ro W oo Heart Sbliielea..,.; 2.75 to' 3.00 8an Shingles . . .t ... . ... .1.75 Boards .8. D. 112. .i-. t. ..00 Boards .......... O IX -1 . W i i.08 IIKWN T1MBKI1. New icbissiticHtibft. Tiiitber placed on the market -will bring Htd Vi per eubio for 109 feet averuffe. linrt 'ehtaaiilg B.. 1 pood. Common and potrtry1 tbaauftiatnr el oot wapleil. J ' :' ,.- v SAWN TIM ilk R. Rswii Timber brins Hi t 124 cents per eubio foot, ou basis of 4 let Average, av erage quality. ;J PERSONAL" GENERAL- And Other Note (Jatharsd Trom Various :" Sonreeai "' ;"'";.; Tinica are awful (ul... i.i o . Go to-John F. Krfel'i for a'peclal bargain. . ,y Moss Point.U in need ?f Uiuch water ust now. The lonibstono man' was. in town this week. . ... OlnUlimis ('ai'd', Booklets, etc., at Cluis. Uoardslee's. ,, ; Kvorybody is prarlng for rain enough o liiovo saw log, iin to llill'a Bargiiiu Soro for your Chi iblina gepibv, j.t The Pbosuix mill of ihc Pascagoula Lumber O., started uu this week. John F. Krebs has "a fine slock of candies a ml everything mcc for Christ mas, y ; . .:, It is said that there are 350,000 logs awaiting' aufflcieut water to bring tliotu down Iho river-... . Five new babies hare arrived In town tins week... They tire well pleased wil,h their ncWhtiiiic. Fresh Creamery Duller and Cheese, direct frsmv New York, just received al Con an Bros. . ... A parly of duck hun'tcrs went out the other day on thoAleani lug Cham berlain to Chauduleur Islands, Ton can gut -801110 -choice books, written ly standard atrihors, cheap, at Hill's ISargain Store,.., . , Christ inns en-icrs, niiitiie' atld ber- mon at'llie Presbyfor'uo.Chnrch next Sunday. AH are eordlaHy Invited. Mr. George Hill, of independence, Kansas, is visiting hirbrolher, John Hill. Ho is alsj looking after some land investments. . .. Wo learn with much? regret that Dr. W, D. Bragg ha. soil his property iu this placoaud expects td remove lo Scrautou. Our loss wiil.be Scrautou'a ifalu. . ; Itey. 1 Carley left Monday inorn ing to attend the Mississippi Annual Confcrcnco. AVc pi-csiiTllc Mr. Carley will lie returned to this 'place for an oilier year. -''-' Four car. loads of .lumber wero shipiietl from the L. N." Dantxler Lumber Co's mills this week lo LouU villesnd Etandford, Ky-, aggregating 40,000 feet. .I.'. .. r: The Crispu Attocks Educational S'tcicly I working ou iho school lot. They aro now building their foncc and will start their schoolhouse at an early dale. . Life and Death of Jeffcraon Davie for lo by Cha. BcardVuee. Price In cloth, 1; paper. 25 centa. The entertainment given by the Earnest Vorker at ili 'le.idpnce of Mrt F.II. AVilaon ws largely attended, ami wa a very enjoyable sffair. The net receipt amouutcd'(o about 130. Orsngca, Apples, Bsriiirta, Dates, Prune, Currant's, Riiius,.C4ooanuls Fancy Camlica aud- M, t Hill a Bargain Store. " . , The lollowiiigteboonm arc loading at IliaU N. Danlaler. Lumber Co' mill: Rollin 6f"Td with 100,000 feet of Inmlierfor Key Wort; J. W. Froal, J J. Coarart. anct J. Blessie, each whh 40,000 feet of lumber for New Orleans. Ed. Local ami John Pefry tut lhair way out ol ike calboote Monday nirht and lit out for the woods, but were picked p by CpustaWe Wil keraoa ami sent to Scranion Jsil tor safe keeping. Ed. Ltieas Is charged wilh devilment and Terry la under charge of rpe- ClXr LOBtiB BO. 1,484 B. OP . t a .meellug of fjulf Lodge No. 2,434, K. of II., held al Moss Point Dec. 14, 18), Hie following officers were elected lo erve Air Iho CKsninif year: W. Fred llcrriu, Past Dictator. Jno. J. Mcintosh, Vice-Dictator. " J. K. McLeod, Hcpoiier. Ceo. AV. 0,X3lll,Finar.cIal Reporter. A. HIirMr, Treani'er. i H. Von Holt, r.nide.' D.J. Mcleod, Chaplain. ; W, C. Palmes, Uuardian. Jun. McFarland, Suuliucl. It. W. Huntington, 0. II. Wood and J. W. Stewart, Trustees. ' MrVFrcd Herrin, Gramt- Rcpresen taiive. " ;' . ,,.L. Jlclnni',; Alternaltf Represpnla tiye. . . , ; ... . Lodge meets 2nd and 4th Satttrdny nights in each month. " ' ' " Mr , Peter Waidolf, after the chris tening of his baby Sunday uigbl at his home on Foundry road had a dance,, and. in the wind-up thero wa a light. No arrests. ; ' ' Dr. W. D. Uragghas sold bin drug storo building, to. Messrs. .Hunter, Demi & Cu, and his residence lo Mr. J. L. Danlaler. Dr. Bragg in turn ha bought tlie old residene'o Of Mr. Wal tor M. Denny, at Scran'pu, and will remove to that place and occupy it about the lt of Jnnuary, 1S90, - 1 CABB 4F TBAXB.S. Editor Demoert-8ta t ' Wo feel thankful that ourpastm, Rev M. L. While, goes to Conference with a irood report of a better stale of spir- itualily Iti Iho Church, and claims' of all Minis tolly paitl. . we gave mm a feceptioo on his arrival at the parson age, and two heavw."'j)" lutings" ,du- i-iiiif Iho year. Tlie vanelcavo cir- Miil is becoming famous for audi kindnesses. The writer tlioutrh a su- peranuaied, lias not been' overlooked, and ho hereby returns tnc tiiauK- oi himself ami wife for tlie highly appro elated hiHiiileslatious by numeious friends, (members of lite Baptist, Presbytoriau and Meihodisl tdi u relies, ot Kinituess anil material iieip which will never .un forgotten. May uod bii'ss them all, ' Thomas Pince. Vaneleave, Miss. Mr. F. Sdnnidt, wlicclwliiiglit, has opened a shop adjoining Mr. M. E. Russell's blacksmith shop, on Delinas avenue, where he is prepared to do all kinds of wood work in I. is line. He will imiko wn irons, carts.-rcniilr bur- gies and vehicles of all kinds on short notice, iu the best style, ami al very reasonable prices. Give him. a trial. Ho guaranlccssalisfaclton. ' For Cash. TI.HBER Lk0 WAITED, . .We havo calls for Iiul'c comnact bislica; of" yellow pine limber land; Those who have suclv'. kiiids. for saMj if it is such'as will bear in vesication ami limber cslimate, as timber laud, arejnvlted tocorrenpoml with Pascauoula Real Estate Aflutter: A Bargain. House ami lot. nt Pascagoula on Scrautou road, about i mile from Iho beach front,' Ui'go and ciiiiimodious residence, old but lately repaired and susceptible of good finish at small cocf on sound frame, a very cheap property. Price 1300. . Pascagoula Real Estatb Agekcv. ' IF YOU ' ' Want trade, Want a ctwk, Want a situath n, Want a servr-nt, Want, a salesman, Want to hire a store. Want lo sell a piano, Want lo bu v or sell a horse, Want a good boarding house, Want to lend or borrow money, ' Want In buy or sell a carriage, Want to find lost or stolen animals, Want to find anything you have lost, Want an owner for anything lost, Want loaccomplish anything in reason, You can do it through the columns ot the Democrat-Stab at fair rater, The Board of Supervisors at the January term will elect a superin tendent for the county poor-house. Se6 notice to that effect elsewhere. LAND NOTICE. Land Orricat -at Jackson, Miss. ) November I, lftf. Notice is berebv trive t that t'ue follow ing named settler baa tiled not ice of his intention to make final proof in support OI nil cihiiu, ami iuhi Ktm ,itmji win in made before the Register ami Receiver at Jackson, Mian., on December 17, lt8), vis : Hnbbard Parker, homestead entry. No. 14,'.4(i, for the south half, lot 1 and 2, sec tion XI and Doitb hair, nortneaet qnarter, seel ion tS, township , sooth range Sweat, He names the lollowinf wituesaea to prove his continuous resuleno apou and cultivation of said land, vis : Thorns Id i rell.J. W. Rods-rs, W. P. Wilkiua and William fairly, all or tarrle) f.U.,JacK ao8 county, Mies. R. 0. KERR, Register. November 1, 1809. 36-t LAND NOTICE. Lakd Orrica at Jackkox. Mis. November IN 18". t Notice is hereby siven that tbe follow iuc nametl settler baa tiled notice of bis luteotion to make final proof in enpport ol hia claim, and that said proof will bemad before tbe j-dge, or in bit absence the Cirrnil Llei K at ecraoton, alias., on ue rerober H, 14, via: Jamea Bradley, Hoateatead No, I9.ti2, for tbe weet i northwest i, son l heart i northwest i, aoclbwest i north weat i section 4. town slit n 6, aoalh raage 8 west. He names tba Iolkwinr witness ea to prove bia eontioaons reaidenca npon, and caitiratioa of said land, vis: Mat new rVrartr. frank Morris. Jordan Ashley and laoiel Borden, all of Three River P. Jacksoa eon hit, Miaa. At. C. KEER, Begi-tr. Nov, J5, l&O. 3S-t CELEBRATED Star & Crescent ' Axes. Edge-Tools, Cutlery, PLOWS, EJTO. " ; Send for Plow 77, 79 and 81 November !W, 189. DEALER -IN -.t Dry Goods, Groceries,; Notions and General Merehandi$c, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS & CAPS, oolkj Deliverrd Vree of Charge. Scptcmbor 14. 1H89. . . 29-ly . LEADING THE TRADE, STANDING HICHJIP0VE COMPE TITION WE FIND THE CROWD IS STILL WITH Us, yet we cry for more, our new Fall Stock is Immense, our Bargains' Unlimited, and , IN THE QUICK RUSH OF FALL TRADE EVERY TII1NU GOES AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. Come in Everybody and for once in your life see what Quality audi ; Style really means in MEN'S AND BOYS' -And " Gent's Furnishing- Goods. " These Goods are as j'bu like them in all Respects. PRICES PARTICULARLY PLEASING. . Wo Guarantco Solid Satisfaction ami we givo it. THE POPULAR CLOTHIERS. 31 Dauphin St., BIOUILE, ALABAMA. October 11, 1889. 33 3nr lam pleated to inform the Public in general that 1 am still acting d agent of the above House, and shall be Samples, Vome early ana get your pcK. tatwjactum guaranteea. uyposue C. H. ALLEY, Dealer In ZDrr G-ood.sy -1-TotIori.s, HIIOES, Choice Family Groceries, Feed, IffAiaittWAKE, E'ffC ' t s".i ' V-aaaaaJaaa-ai ,aai Pafron.tffe Solicited and SalUfarlioit' .Gn9 anlccd. fJGood Delivered free of Charge. SOUTH SIDE KAILR0ADr: ' CORKER DELM AS AVENUE & FREDERIC 8T. JannarySStia. " " Livery Sales Stable. Moss Point, miss., W. II. GRAHAM, Prop'r. Having re-opeond at my old stjtnd, I am nrrpartHl at the abortcat notiuo to furnish my friemla aud tlie pnblio with Geutle Driving Hnraea and Good Biii:iriei. If von want tha neat-est tarn -out iu tows call and aea nie. W. H. GRAHAM. J tine 14. 18H9 . I6-6111 ill! MIUIRi STORE! KREBS AVENUE, SCBANTOX, - - - - MISS., Is now apen and atoeked wilh STAPLE AND FANCY CRT GOODS, NOTCOITS, MILLINERY OF THE LATEST IMPORTATION. All WonI Dmaa Gootla, H.-rery, Buttons and Tnmtaio, uiovra, iti-aria, cn dcrwrar tor talia.bonnl, bata,ctc. Call and eiannu my ai-ock aud pric-ea-Te aea ia ta be oonvinoed. Fair dealia)'. honest pric and fiiitbfnl delivery iany auotlo. Hm. E. BAEKl'S. gcraoton, October, 5,lar. 35-ly m 'f Goods ' Cutalogue Camp Street. "06tD! pleased to show them' the large line of A.U uooa$ tola at represented, ana I UAiN rv UA&rn,K,'JK.j iemoerat - oiar vjpee, ocranton, Mist. ". 48-1 OCEAN MSjIOm, OCi?..VSlJIf.VCS, .WIS. ON TI1E BEACH. , , K. FRTB, - I'ropr-iator. a e Mineral Waters Analyzed by Dr Joseph Jones, of New Orleans, TBE HKALTHIKST AND PLKASANTKS ' RE80RT OF ANT SOUTHERN COAST. T'Tri Fahinr. HimdaK a4 Drfrea. Till. CummiMhoaa Uviel baa jtiat bea nrSt! vita Hat Water Healera. N.w Carrirta ia aalla aa4 apartaieata. ana oth. awlwi aaoTaajaauaa.. raanbea aaardea at raaaoaabla rataa. ISM. at Ainail.m tW Tniti, sa .ar.lal Tmn4.fi as iraaaa.tars. Oct. as. ie. x. lj DEHTU SCIEHCE. DR. S. E. LlKIaTCAI, DE.YTtST. IftttUy ltmpvrtA Catfat at4 Ruhhtr rim It a .jr-riaf . Nitroes Oxide Ga adminiatered frr tha Puiolesa Extmetion of Teoth. No ahargo for extracting tetb where artt Acini teelh are i. eerted. Teeth fiile.1 with Gold and Amalgam at Reaaoiwble Uata. ALL, WOHK GUAHUVXTEEO. OrriCK N. W. Corner Panphin at.d Con cept iu hta , over Ward' Urcg fetor, MOBILE, ALA. Bepteasbet S!7. ISfJ. 31-ly I ' ' roa uir lauiii).