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$hc$!tmotrut-Sfar OMCIU JOFRS.U OF J'AtlSOK 4 CRlNE OTTIES OON3TITUTI02IAL . TION. P. K. MA YERS,.-,r -....'...EDITOR ScpantonrSji8lssippl - FRIDAY: -. .September If), 1 890, TO ADVERTISERS. The PEMOCKA1OTAR in the oldest newsnnncr on the JVIisHiAsippi Gulf Coast; lias a larger honk fide circu lation than any other news paper in this section ; there fore it is the It EST advertis ing medium. ' Advertisers, - bear this in, mind. .. . . . '' No bold, outspoken journalist is ' ever popular with the wicked and evil doer. Thk National Reform party wa3 born iifter midnight at St. Louis Thursday night. . We are indebted- to Gen. Joe Wheeler," member of Congress from Alalwnia, for a copy of his speech on the Federal Election law. It is an able paper. , Thk Democrats made heav gains in Kentucky at the reccn election, the Republican vote hav ing fallen- off 47,000.- The Demo cratic majority is nearly 55,000. Wk hear nothing from our Sea coast delegation in the. Gonstitu tional Convention, - -but presume they are'thero'liard at work, And drawing $4 a day is Mississippi's bonded debt f 1,158,988, an increase of $281,696 ; the floating debt is $S4,13G, a decrease- of $178,335; gross debt ,J,238,121ran increase of $106,031. The "Republican postmaster of Cincinnati has. potted the follow ing iu a conspicuous place : ';I don't )yaht any nigger as letter carrier, .and don't' Wend to have any on. the force." -- A Nctw Orleans fellow who had a habd of gambling' w;ith himsejf; once transferxAil . the. price of . a lottry:tidiet from-his right hand pocket'Ip his left, carrying a num ber in. his head to see if it would win. It did win the capital prize, ana lie died from brain fever. This body is still in session, and t he speech making On the Suffrage C'omiiittee's report is abbut over. We hope now lie Convention will get do'wn to work and finish up the thing and adjourn sine die. The following is the latest we have from Jackson up to the hour of going to press : Jackso.v. Miss., Sept. 10. Tlie event ot the day in the Conven tion was the speech of Senator (teorge. Predictions are free to night that his soeech ha Rotm Mueneed the Convention as to cause the. sutlraire renort. to h adopted by a majority of 3!). In the course of his remarks the Sen- ator denounced as jintrue the re ports that, the elections in Mis sissippi since 1875 had . been carried by force and fraud. lie admitted .that there was cases of that description brought about bv peculiar circumstances, but tlies'e were onlv executions to the srener al rule of fair and peaceable elec tions. He conceded to the negroes me same right to Jife and liberty and property that the white, man enjoys, but denied tliat the negro had the right .to destroy the'civili- zalion of .Mississippi, and that right he was unwiljiiig to accord him. 'He then reviewed the com mittee reoort on suffrage section py section, and closed by appeal ing to the Convention to save Mississippi, to rise above local or personal prejudices and consider the question presented in a soirit of. patriotism. . Ford, a delegate from the State at large, opposed the Dortchjaw and all property Qualifications.'. v (ion, W.Marljn,of Adams,; made a fierce attack on the .committee reportdenouncing it as a makeshift and-onlv a.temnorarv benefit. TI favored .both an educational and property qualification as the efficient, remedy. CONFEDERATE VETEBIIS OF . . Jiisissipfi. ; THE 11TI-L0TTERT BILL. The bill to dr. James li. s. Pitts, of Waynesboro, has been nominated by the Republicans'as a candidate for Congress in the Fifth District. J. II. -Beemair with his" Altlance grip and the.J)ewncr,a.ts combined .ummy wilt be done for at the November election. .' : :: Dr. Carter,' in charge of the Chandeleur Quarantine Station, 'reports six cases of j-ellow fever 'in his weekly report, and also shows that thero are three vessels detained at the Station, and one of l hem,, the British bark Francisco Oarguila, from Cuba. Headquarters Gniml Camp' Confederate Voloranx of MismMiippi. GrkNada. Miss.. Auf 'Zi IH'W General Order No. 6 : I.. Pursuant to niiracraiih 1. nr. uck's V iuki IA ot. l.Jifi constitu- lion of llii Grand Camp of,Uoii: riit-raie veierans 01 fllis.sissini.i. lie department ' rominand'er apnounces that -1 he first .annual meeting of this crand" rami. wiil be held at JieridiHn. Miss., on he second Tuesday flltti. ituo in October, nest-,; Confederate vete rans in Mississiun'i. of all nrms. J i m graues aim departments, are cor .dially invited in, at lend- this re union ol .ih-iir comrades. . .II. Business )l supr.eme . impor tance to the veleraunof Mississip. pi will be presented for consider Mlion at this meeting of the grand camp, and it is to bo booed I hat Confederate veterans in . everv county in the Slate, where they have not already done so, will or ganize , into- "camps'.' in time to send delegates to this reunion. Ill, On receipt oMhis order commanders of camps will prompt ly make out and forward to E. T. Sykes, -adjutant general,, fjolum UU. Miss., foil unit; rnmi Jala n. uius of j heir respective .cumps in order lliat he may be enabled to fnriiisn'the needed information i'o Ihe.grand camp. By order of E.C. Walthall, .-'' Uraod Commander. E.. T,.Svkes, Ailj. Gen. - ; exclude from the mails all matters relating to lot teries, has passed the , Senate. It had previously passed the House, and now goes to the oreeidnit for Ins signature, when, there is nn doubt, it will become a U The act is very sweeping in its closure of the mails against all written or printed matter concern ing lotteries.. J I provides that : No letter, postal card, or eircu bi.r concerning any lrHte'rv. so-mll ed gift concern, or other enterprise out ring prizes dependent upon lot or chance (or concerning schemes devised Tor the piirpose.of. obtain ing money or properly under false pretense.), and m list of the draw ing at any lottery or similac schemei and no lottery ticket or pari there of, and no check, draft, bill, mon- ey, pes! a! note, or money order, lor the purchase of nv lick-Pi. tickets, .or. purls thereof, and or of anysnare or cnance in- ny such lottery ot gilt enterprise, shall be carried in the mail or delivered ut or .through any-post office or branch thereof or by any letter earlier;. nor snail any -newspaper, circular, pamphlet, or publication of any kind containing any adver tisement of any lottery "or gift en terprise of any kind offering prizes depending upon lot or chance, or containing any list of prizes award ed at the drawings of any such lottery or gift enterorise. whether said list is of any part or of all of the drawing, be carried in the mail or be delivered by a post master or teller carrier.' Any person who .shall knowing ly deposit or cause-to be deposited, or .who shall -knowingly- sender cause to oe setvt anything to bo conveyed or aetivered by mail in violation of thissecliOn, or who shall knowingly cause to be deliv- er.'d by mail anything herein, fpr bicklou to becanried-by jhall c simiT. tii' a :nisfiemeanor( and on conviction i-hall bepunislied. by a ime or not more, man 8.aOU,.or, by impn'sonmenf tor ot more than one year, or by belli such fine and imprisonment for each offence. Any person violating any of thn provisions of this seclion'may be proceeueu agamsi, py information or innici ineni and trial, and pun wtted either in the district at which the unlawful publication was mail en, or to which it is rarrjed. by mail lor delivery according to the irrecnoa i Hereon, or at which it is eans'ed tohe delivered by mail to ine person io whom it is addressed aiiu ijosi master- gene-ral may, uoii eviuence saitsiaaorv tp him inat any person or company is en gaaed in conuucling any lottery, sift enterprise or scheme for the distribution of. money r of any real or personal properly by lot, chance or drawing of any kind, or mai any person or company is con ducting, any otfter scheme or de vice for obtaining money or prop erly of any kind through the mails by means of false or fraudulent pretenses, representations or prom ises, instruct postmasters at any postofh'ce at whic h registered let ters arrive directed to any such person or company, or to the agent or representative of any such er soii or comtianv. whetli er kiiIi BCMC IT HE1VCI." Mom I'oimt, Mitwn Sept. U. 1H0O Kditnr Dumoorut fiUr: Iii last Monday's TimoDtmo- erot and hundreds pf other papeg, is published Dr. lalniHge s sermon oo "Muic in Heaven." His text is 'And Ihey sang a new song, MY. ot n chapter ana wn verse, old version. ', lie claims that they, refered to n the text, ; are the. saved ol this earth, and that the saved of all ages, trom righteous Abel to the present tinie, are continually leav ing tins errth; at their death, and arriving in heaven and joining in mat new song. iNow. nine-tenths of all minis ters, of all denominations, will agree with Dr. lalmage in his, and you and I, and all vour eaders: have been hearinz this preached nil our lives, vet the bi ble nowher? leaches any such idea. Dr. Talniage uses hundreds of J beautiful ; sentences to. exolaln m MAMMOTH FOBHITUBE HOUSE 0? THE. SOUTH. r. ' rr. 'liA ' '' MbL- , '5 . - - -r - what this 'new - song" ii, claiming mai wun some it is a war son ir, others a sailor song, and so on. In tact, his whole sermon is a benuti tul myth, and of no bible anlhori ty or strength, unless it be strong iii leading into error. Now, Jet us quote the nnssasre ol Scripture from which his text. is laKen. Key. 5Ui ch., 8lh and 9th verses, new version "And when ne.hau taken the book, the tour living creatures and .the four and twenty elders fell down before the Lamb, having each one a ham and golden, bowls full of iuceiise, which areine prayersoi tne saints. And Ibey singa hew song, saying, wormy an inou to alee the hoo .. t .. . . find io open ine seals inereol : for thou wast sfainand didst purchase. unto uod with tliy bjood men of every I nre and-longqe and .peo ple, and natio, ond madest thetfi to be unlpour God a kingdom and priests. . and luey reiau on the eanh.". . . 1 . .. :Nolice that the singing in heav ei was. done by the "four living creatures . and lour-and-twentv elders." t'N'l ice al-o lhat the saints were on the earth, as they were reigning mere. liefore man was created or h i A fallen, and before Christ had be' come the "Lam slain from the. Oiiiiaation ot the world," there was songs and music in heaven, prabing and glorifying God; yet when Christ look the sealed book nut of the right hand of GoJ the Father and began to open the seals, that, bound man's spiritual cbndi-' lion, then began each and all the saved of Adam's race (called liere ainls) toojrer tip prayers and praise to God through ihese ser vants ot fed here mentioned as lir. ing creatures and elders. " I his is the song' of redemption, praise to Christ as the Redeem . No war song or sailor song in A saint or saved soul does not have to wait until his death to sine this song. I never have claimed to be gooil, yet I have a cood Mas ter and Savior, and in mv hon and mind I .join Abel, Abraham, David, Pauhaud others in singing his new song. The bible fells us hat in the laHer -.days Deonle will have itching earn, and want to hear what they like to hear, and Ui "".""wesaieaud KotaH Deafor In Sept: ta, iw. NOS. 17, 19 AND 21 snuru rnv ev 01,, '.' MOBILE, ALA.'- " ' - - You ra . tb..Cb,ry Court JttSST' Jtra Monday U October to defend the nit i.. ..... . ' 41 Kalrley and 0fhn. vi. 7lutt M Uanjauiiii Goodwin, decei. " bt"" 8oi't.I9,l90.UAN-McLE0D.CWlt. n . ' caaminaiion of School Teai-her. W,e AnrautJi.UiM1 j, . .. ' 1 eaeter. of" JUck,,, Comi v f iH i t t he Court-hon, i.isS111 wt. 30-ljr TAX SALE OF LANDS; . TIE STATE OF MfSSISSIJn ay anil i di of .i, T , "' lun Tl,e flit" i i,.Iee' 'P-Oetol, teachers, ,r b Tllrif lT :'n.r. for colored teuclien,. U 'oor(1 "wW- J no examination -will ' ol..ck, m.. ei,el, Iv r" !' exuunuatiou only wi, Q rr J-vr spt Sept. 1U, 1890. J"kwtW Tn nnmnll.inA. r . l. . m ... ,Kt,ic of im,; hein,v .i sh. "n mw -ab 1800, tho' t Io fa Hinro nosrriptioua, and for olhxr DiirtHM. a,ii. "i , .Z" " 'iueiits , I' will sell u. nnlilin nub... tu'u-'i : r. .VV"'. "". iu Ubmitr,r. i.iirp-iions, in tUo Town of bcrantoii .l.-.t. . r......r A ' 7 ,n,ut " - . .. '.- vrauii, oime ut ai farflitate Itio and Aot.i xir of IS8l84ppi,. on Monday, the Gth duy of , October, . 1890 "'' thereon iu!5 1& vf i? toS tTl S,!' d lo.the ti comrtienc ' t "" 1 1 1 1 1 - r ' . ..... ' 3 i S SgSS , DAM. r DKSCKIPTIOX OV tAXD S i S , f 3 ' ? T' : 5 - v - "i ' : : ' m 'J? S ' t '": '! ;',rrr.fr-iryi iaio4 4i 1 50 V'X Ci M March 1. 1, 5.' 4, S, 4, 4, 1H70 Ut 8 1H88 im lrtSUi 18l isy lfwy 1MHU 1HHDI i of lots 1 nud a Lots I. a. :i r ,, j u -. L.,-1 " t ' e t and te ir and w i of iiw It Ut mill 41) " wof liwi.. ....... ..v. - O Of W i lllld W i Ot an 1. Of Ul BO J w of i...: Lot 5, bl'k tt'i Ocean Springn .... T 111 UC T . n I e J ne ot w i....- KW I U 1 KWd ii w of nr is!eiof giri 18.l9leiof hw .i ltJl,w j of ,w j 1 7 8, 7 7 7 w Uw (1 2 78:ao :ft Sttjl 65 15 -ir, )iH,52!M)15 1 Ulil Ill .111 fl 70 1 48, 15175 Ii 1 09 1 0210v4.-, 015 44'40 :W 30 15.3 5f. 10, id m 05 6 24 10 8 0:1 95 set r.i Aiua iai to .vor.i i'ifi'Ml 10,15 05 9 78 1 4 i 905ji5i ipir. 4 2(1 :i r( wi m i on-iii $4 80,05151 1015,05:2 S i ar. 05 15 I M0 15 (I5;2 H 1 10 I 81 15 m 10 15 05 U 5 THE STATEoFmisSISSIPPI V' Notice in h.l.. : . . ' tract lorrepnMbff K.,JS- Creek in Be, jjj of, Jfo FiftK Monday, the 2.9th day bf i timber, 1890, at 12 o'dU, P' rrject'any and ill? bf.fi ,Vh" r"y .30- Ui 1 PropbsaVfor ilauling Shells. fwl pronoHala In rinnii... -.n'l . coived.by the nnder.igl,d nntH2o'clonk mi, Octolmr 13. 18U0. At JuLl 8 p.,. thry will be opened at the Coo" hoase in the prewmee-uf bidder, tos nwnent prices for one vear f., .i.tr.. acceptance for hunl,n .hell, by tbecrt load of 5 barrels per load or wagon Um of 10 barreU per load, .ai.l bauliSK to b. direct.d by the towu murahal. 'KllVuloilCH .contain; it ,r t..-....u..iu t u.i ked t'Propoe) for Haulinv Shell," " and addressed to the Hum .....i u...j.j Aldeimen. A trim eoov. LoiisP. UrJkan. Sec'y n Board. Scj-outon, Sept. li, 1800. Commissioner9 Sale. 7'J, 051 151 9tf.t 0011015 i I a 47 15 -ir 561 5fl 72 05 II 7105l5 t 1015 05 2 78 1 r0!l5054 41 t 10 1505 5 19 I 10 15 05 2 78 1 10 1505 2 77 FRANK 81. LEWIS, Sheriff and Tax-Collector. ScruDton, Jlisg., 8eptombfit 5, 1890. yk 28-4t THE EFISCOPAL Til 8FRMCS. T OCEA.1 will not eadure Konml ilnotri aKent or r.eyrseitiliA-Qi8 icfuip!Hs ; This 'has come to pass. 1 am but an.riMlijJya),orra8.!aj .fitm, .iik.'ha, wile in the fheological world, Rkv. Father P. Chevalier, who liad been in charge of the. Catho lic Church at Uiloxi lor the past twenty-one years, died at his home Auyongne, France, on the 21st of August, During thei last few years of his life he had been in bad liealth, and about a year ago he decided to- visit his old home in r ranee, hoping that a chan "oniuoe.oeneucial. Jhe hews of ins death cast a gloom over the town of-BilcKii. - . - Mn (1 11 : , . tS0l a poor arum- mer of Ala., invested a Bhort time ago. fiOO whjcti'-he hadaccumd lated, in Florida phbsnhate lanrl. The other day he 8old:a fraction ef his purchase for $50,000, at'whfch rate the balance of his holding are worth 1750,000. He hag given out a contract for a marble palace in the fashionable part of Atlanta - imui mm ms money are soon parteO." Tini committee on Temperance nd LMquo? Traffic in the ConKtitu- tiona) Convention baye reported hat ttiey hni carefully considered .the mattera laid before them, nd ubrthatj-atWrjcmnti!i'is impracticable und inopportune tq nnSthe,ubc(ofvither lloor traSe or prohibition, UfQre iU 7. rm'on- V"' CLri(m vne -commit te, however serves iI.q ....t i- , ' an, re- Cost of the Convention. The convention is comnosed of 134 members, who receive four dollars per day, niakina 5oC.OO or 81S,2W;ii)r 90 days. The print ing, (stationery, gas lighlnd inci dental exuen-es will, amcmnl in at Lle;st 4,000 fiirlheHesMon. Mileaee coining and going, at leu cents jwr miif, vnt . average . aoout twenty d'dlars.per member, making $2,850, mo com oi noicna uie eleqlion j mis county, was $111.40 makinc total of b,017,S0. Submitting ih constitution, io the Deonle fnrraii fi'-ntion, wjill cost $8,017.80, more. AuiiinaKes agranu total of fW. 825,60. ,i - " , Thi is the actual, cost to the fax ravers, excf pt. ,,-what it conUthe oiaie wiuisi discussing the call.iii .in ii-kimsi nrp, issuing, proclama iM.M.iorine oonveniinn, and com mission oiiicialg to hold it. liu! t httt i not all. Delegates to me nominating bute and county conventions .iiaid and electioneering expense were heavy. The gru-wl total will not fall lar short of $100,000. Iiranion Mkrciiasts and business men plant your fall -advertisements in the Democrat Star if ypft wish trade. Women are-conimir to th imnt in businpg fe Mve. tha. Macon Telegraph. Thera are nearl v 1 2 Don of them engaged a. commercial travelers in the LTiiiled1StaU 1 ho aemanaior women to do clerical and office work increase! air tho while, and they are better naid f,.r m ---1 meir worn no man vr hofnr The graduates of ilia. Georgia In- uuginai wnnoi lor Ciirlf will goon begin lo increase. I he noble armr ot women who, from choice or n. cf8ny, are striving to be stiff up- Wi don't believe that Eube Bor rows or Eugene Bunch have been within five hundred miles of th iiHJi'riniui, nr. ftci.l0.()..au.yr: iwiiu, m reiurii ajvsuBii rei4ered letters to the' postmaster at-the. ouice at -wliioh they were originally mniled, with the word "fraudulent'' plainly written or stainned unon the onlsi.le thereof, and- all biicI letters so returned to such post masters shall be by (hem returned to ine writers thereof, under such regulations as the postmaster gen eral may prescribe.' But nothing uuiiiaineuiii mis secj.iou snail be so construed .as to authorize anv post master or ot her person' to open any leuer not addressed to himself. The public advertisement by' such person or company so con ducting siich lottery, "gilt enter prise, scheme or device,, (hat re mittances for the same .may be made by registered ief ters to any other persor, firm, bank, corpora tion Or association named I heroin shill be held to be prima facie- Bviuenceot the existence of said ageicy by'all the parlies named therfein. But the iSmslmaster 'iren- eral shall not be .precluded from ascertaining the existence of such agency in ny other legal way sat iii'actory to himself. Dos't fail to read all our new advertisements. -They contain it vast amount of news and informa tion; ... yet.1-challenge Brother Talmage, pr ny ana.aii. mmislers to jirove by, God', word that any of Adam's race ever leave this world or plan et for another one ; or that any ol Adam's race has yet stood, snug or praised in the presence of God the Father. This challenso is meant for all minuters, local and foreign, and is niaue in I fie unity of the spirit and oonus oi love ana peace. ' M.'A.'DEEJ? The Constitutional Convention, O.CAtlFICATlO.18 ilEf EMSitt TO TOTE. li Kc ported k) the Franchise Committee. KalckU of fjtfclM at a;aB Uprimgn. District Deputy Grand Chancel lor E. W. Morrill organized last week Ocean Springs Lodge No. 66 KnighlB'of Tythias. The follow ing are the.officers : Passed Chan- eollor4 A N.: Ilosambean ; Chan cellor Commander; F. -M. Weed ; ice-Chancellor, George Arridt, I'relate, J os. Kotzum ; Keeper . of Records and Seals and Master of Finance, George Yancleave ; Mas ter of Exchequer, JL F. Eussell; Master at-Arm, Chaa. E. Tabst; nner Guard, - Thomas franco; Outer Guard, Wm. Simmons.- Jltko our new Mobile'advertise- ments. More and more to follow! Siibcribe for the Dempcrit. Star, $2 a year in advance. ' Each -sarie male citizen jif the. tle United btates lwenty-oneyears ol age except Indians not taxed, who has resided in the Male two vears and one ear in the election district, who haa registered, never been convisteu ot bnberv. bur glary, theft, arson, obtaining mon- "'7 or goods nhder false pretenses, perjury, lorgery, embezzlement, murder or bigamy, and who has paid a poll tax of two dollars on or before the first dav of February for the year next preceding the year in which heshall offer to vote and who is not delinquent for the poll tax of the preceding .year. Ministers in charge ot churches, otherwise qualified, will be allow ed to vole altera six month s real dence in the election district. A poll tax of two dollars is im posed on all male residents of the Mate between the ages of twenty- one and sixty, except persons deaf and dumb, blind or maimed by loss of hand or foot, said amount to be used for the benefit of the common school fund. The board of sujer visors of any county have the power to increase the poll tax to inree collars. After January 1, 1896. everv qualified elector shall be able to read sny section of the Slate con s'iliition ; or shall be able to on. derstand the name when read to rum, or rive a reasonable inter. pretation thereof. A correspondence of the New Or leans Picayune, writing from Ocean Springi,"Misi., says": The fair lor a building fund lor an Episcopal unurcii was a compute snccesn, It was arranged by Mis-i Fernanda Wolfl," who was assisted hi' Mr .1 J.Garard, Miss Minna Wolff and the Missf s Gogreve. The hall whs brilliantly -lighted and ihe-lawo il luminated with Chinese lanterns and confederate liuhls. Al o'clock the curtain went up sh(.wins the stage beautifully decorated-.- The entertainment was'opened by. -a violin soio oy nir. T. lirowii et New Orleans. The program was as fol lows: Piano - solo, Miss L. Greye ; nine soio, - ine laiacs," Mr. H. ten der: "Our Chieftain'." recitation. Little-May Flynn ; Kigolell, piano Solo, Miss Hoffman $ medley violin solo, Mt. Theodore Schmidt. The accompanists of I he .evening wfere Misses May Schmidfi L. Gfeve and Mis. Milior. -Alter a short inter mission the "Loair.of a Lover" was given by the following i cat : Swy zel, Air. Walton G. Grayson ; Delve, Mr. TViiiio vancieave; uaptaiit Amersforf, Mr. GeKirce'A.' Van- clea v6 : I'eifr - Sf y tC, M r. DaHon WilUams; tifesline, Miss Jjiura Goereve ; Gertrude, Miss Fernanda C. Wolff. 'AH were good in their part f, Mr: George Vanc'eave mak ing a most gallant captain and Mr. lirayson an-admirahleOld Swvzel a iifn- . air. wiine -vancieave was very good as Delve, and the part united m m wen. Mr. Williams, as Teter apyK. quite captivated his audi ence, and all appreciated his kind ness in coming from New Orleans for the occasion. ' Miss -Gogreve made a most charminz Ernestine. and played the part of a dignified young laay perKclly. As Ger iruue, ansa worn mane quite a suc cess. After the ueformance re fresh men ts were served on the lawn and tn the hall dancinir wn indnl- gea io ny the young folk onlil midnight. The most beautiful fea ture of the entertainment was that the ladies of all denominations worked harmoniously together, Among those who served at the tables were MissesGogreve, A mo re t PhelDB. Oert rude I.vonn.. I.. Greve. M. Wolff. Mrs. J. J. Gerard, Mrs. M. F. Wolff and Mrs. F. M. Weed, lhe net proceeds are about i i. " i'icuiciiie to, o Lowell, Mass., erflleil iVfast Tuts day to make mt -advertising con unci wun us ior his company. A usual, ne took us tor a "15-ceiit" voncern. uiu ne "willed" when we showed him our rates, and told him to ' trade or travel.'! u.,,i i, that we meant biisines..."iumJdt.rf io innr uiimem.; ,w recent ly adopt ed Bro. 1YK. Mayers' plan in deal- i"s wun "paieiH.medicne"nien and have. made that lm of mlwr: tiii.iRa.s profitable as any we have. Bret liern, when 5-u come-in ten- won micii teiiows just give iiieni your regular rateiike wedo, and they will dance to the music, but they mortaUydread.it. Don't let therii "bluff" yon lo their fig ures. Pearl Hirer News. We hoDe every publisher in lhe State wi'H follow the exatnple'of Bro. Dale. ' ; :Vts 1drerlirtmmtm' Card of,Tlianfs. W. M. Dkshv, Gnardian, , . ) frs. Hill to Koreelmw M Mai. iDA'McqujBTON. ' By virtue of it decree of the Chancer? Court of Jacljiion eonntf, Stuteol Minli. wjipi, rcnile;ed nt the Angiutl term there. oi. on me iitti,,yof euiil nionlh, I will Jell nt pnlilie rnetion, to the lii;limt kill, llor for cmhu, at the front Uiir of tiio Conrt-honiw in tho ton ot Seranton, aid ConnijMud KtMte, on . Th9 First Monday,' the 6th day of ; October, 1890, within I'g&l hoiini, the nntliviileil one fonrlU () interest of Aim. Ma McQuintoli in will to the following ilraorilwil pnnMrly in Jackson enmity, MrfMimippi, to-wit : In section 2T, townxliip 7, nnij 0 win!, mill known na Lot Sn. f. ' linn l, - plot or nlnn of anrvov of Hnn.ni n.U recontwl in llook 4,- Page VJ7, Ki-eonl of loeU of lamia of Mn M. Xlrlwi 41 ' that other itieeo or nanl af liuul In a.ul ' Uonnty and Klate in miction 35, townthii ?, raujro 6 wont, all of Lot 6 in laid wc tin jr ahown by eurvey of Bnrtou Goodo, as above net forth. rieenlin. that imrtimi ' of said lot conveyed iiy At. C. Viinbitn Ui Min. M. V. M. Carter, 'recorded iu bonk rKe3:i'J and 340, Kecord of Deeds, being the name land eonvereil liv U. C. Vuni'lmu to W. C. Mi QiiiNfou on t he 2nd duv of Do- " comber, 185. Together with the im provement Baid lniMl, nU,t doscribnl; l r. H. LLWI.S, Coniiiiiwioinir.. September 5, lHy",-. , ,. jjot ConiiiiigNioiicr's Sale. I wiali, in ltehalf.of my pnprlg, to thank, oar ftienda, Miw Hatlio Alley for Misting ni to decoralo onr hall for oar eportiiiroent; Mr.' Sodenrrom fr ee- nan, and. Captain, .Vonng. Colle and Patersoo for tho aenerons.loan of tliajr flg, aod CapL Yoona for onr verv ol.aa. autfiait Jo tan yacht Jndy. E. E. ROSENTHAL. Bcraoton, MjcSept. 19, 1890. 30 It F fil. Bradley, PRACTICAL . Thomas S. Gkllibrand, " va. . . ClIIMYM. UlCklM.nil Smith .Dickkn, Miuors. l!v virtue of a denma i,(.i,am..nr . Court of- Jackson Comity, MiMiiwiRpi, rcn.rertd on the 18th day of Aniruiii, lsW, lrill, on the . 6th day of October, 1800, 11 to Uie hiclwHt bid lor. at tion, between tho honra pinacribed by -i law the follotviiic-'kinil in Jmkmi uw. . t ty, Miasiwnppi, aud (jescribed aa follow, to-wit : - Nefof aw$, wj of nwf of aeetion 6, wi of swi ot auction 7, all'io Viwnaliip 5, i-ti 4 west ; e$ of ee of auctiou 17; aj of uef, m'i.awi ni of nei ot aeetion 19 : n4 of wi of aeclion i0 ; ui ol nwf, ani of awi af section 1, all in township 3, HJt i weet;.. wi of e$. ri of oei. ni of re of aecliott 17 ; ei ol nei, uw$ of uej of aeetion 20, i ' of aeiwi, nwi of ej of aeetion 27 ; wi of ai, awi of anettoH SWawJ of ai, aef of net, "t oi awor.aeotntu Xi.AHi of wj of arction Wi, all iq townnhip 4, 8 Si weet ; ai of ari'liw j of awj, awi of riwi; ' , swj of awj. ei of awi, "ei of nwi, nwi of nwi, ixi of awj of aeetion 1 ; nwi of ei, ei of oei. aw i of uej. im ot ei, aei of ari, wi of awi, ei ot awi, ari ot awi, awi of awj of auction 8 ; aeiof oeijwidf nei af aeetion !, ai af oei, ai of ari, nei af ei, VTA TfiTTTUT A TPTfn f it met mn td; ari of aei nei of . ". "T waataUaaUaVb: t oi m-t, awi of ae4, at of aw(, t So mmiy girls of 19 fall in love ith pretty mostacbe, and so many men of 50 fall In love with t. dimiife. Mojse new .tubfcriben to (be Dsmocai-Sia iLis neck. We regret lo see that some di- pert aretoiorgrtlulot llieir own in terest g to publish the delinooent land list nnder the Dilfard "Pica yune act." The Dkhocrat Stah i among the number, but the sheriff I of that county agreea to pay the nsuai rate therefore. The Tumic Independeal also made aal isfactory arrn.emenU with lhe sheriff of lunici. If other taierdid likewise! let them Fieiikout. laioo Sentinel. JEWELER, And Dealer la WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELBT. ETC., 9. 73 Dauphin St. Xobila, Ala. Rfpain'a t Sjftkltj. Si&k'tm Giirulrri Sept,t9.1H90.- . 30-3ul C. K. JlKCEB. Wll l liaR.u rpiAi. in--?. , , Pianos, Organs, SHEET MUSIC And Musical Merchandise, No. 167 Danphia Stieet, MOBILE, ALA. Sept. 19, li0. - 30-ly IVtire ! Vnli'aown Heirs. THE STATE OPMISSISSIPPL Ta tba jaakaowa be in af Jobs Miller, or., aamaeea I Tea are eoaRtande4 iMr Wora tba Caaawary t nrt ef tba Coo hit af uroese, la-aaia eiaw. ea too Third Monday im October, ISM, lo afea4 tba aeit ia aad eoart ml Kail Fairlev, et. ahv. Ta. ankaowa avatra af Jot Miller, Sr.. tle-waaed. 8vwabar 17, IW. DAX.UcLEOD.fl-tV. awi of awl. twl of ml. r4 of owl. awi of nwi of aectioa 11; ai of aej, nwi of nei, w of ae, awi of ei. ei of ari, awi of v. f Awi of iwi, awiofuwi, ai of awi, -ei Vawi of arctint, li; nei ol awi.neiof t, "I of awf, aei of awj of aeetwa 1 , ei ot nei, i of eei. awi af aei, aei f aei of aectioa 14 ; aei of oei, ei ot ari, t nei, wi of aei, awi, ai of awi, nwi eT at, ni of awi ot aectioa lo! ai of awi, awi af aectioa 2 ; wi of aei. ai of aei. iwi, ei f awi. aw of nwi of aectioa K3; aei of nwj of aectioa 84 ; awiofawi of eeetfoa ad, all in township 5, NKS weat, went be ing b,r.V,.Ot arrea mure or km Abw the landa aitaatMl ia tla KtutM af af imiwippi and Cvanty of Jackaon, deaeribed u i lowa, to-wit : awi ot awi, awi of w . m-tina 13 ; e4 ot aei. ari nf ""i- w ef aei of eeio 1 ; awi r wt f oeH 4 ; nei ot aei. awi " ei of a i of aeetion art, all ia tawae? 5. 8 R S weat ; aei of ari of aeetioa C ; wi of iwi of aociioa H ; wi of aei of aeetto 30. all ia town.hia L 8 K 4 wet: ai aei of aeetton i, townitfaip 3, SK wei : wiof aeiofaeetma 17: wiuf aei, wi xt-i tJi.lM 4, I U weatj 21 ; awi at ace. SM. all ia tewaabip 4, I $ weal ; wi of aei, aei of awi i mUo i; aiof awi of anctnlU " hip a, H 8 6 weat ; ami af awi ai ." ' 7, towoabip 5, SB 4 aal; aaiaf.a . -option g ; aei, wi aad wi of aaaliaa 1. tim all ia twoek S. rl U west, aoWuB : ia I, 3.M aeeea, aMr ar laaa. - W. M. IkI, Sept."5, l-we. Advenie SlAi. in the ,-ito'X"