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v rat- "'Yiii'',,ft1"0 "l ki:,:;.:.- l KcialitOU ter. J K MAYERS, PROPRIETOR. SMtiUMiiuvr i", iai'' -. r?ai,,u? I which Louisville ami . tookcllect ouuuhj, ' 1 rii,wOrlHV,l?l- 1-l-lVt'H " . . .tit ... Ml . 1,0 ' iTHiil',n iriivt'M ' , -., -in m ' . ".t Mlil,,-:7,.ri .,.,, at 8:15 a ro x-4" c,:;, .ion at u:w ' in , " --. v,,w fi.-'-iJ1''" ' . ... n. m, r" . 1 at 7-0 P HI' """wXBt..- v. nii,ile lit 10:05 a, THE BIKE BALL ASS AT PAsCAtiOliU. Tlio match 1uo bull game between llio Scranton, and Pec.irilB, ,,'.u""1 came off Sunday evening at Pasc!!" goi.H In grand My'.o. A largo num ber of imi-.fili.iMH, inmii woiiiBii children nlicnil"l,msrcjraniijf oiu 800. Only' H few old dcercpld men and women were loll tn bcriinloii. Tlio working force ot Ihu Dkmocuat- Star t.fllce, including tho devi', Was l rfei iii.... .....1 nnin'inlni' Oil I1HIKI. lllUOillior aim i-i" ami family tlld nol attend. Tlio game wa an cxwting one, as there -waa much Urftiiigr. SWio . there was about l,000 chaiiffctl '"' on Iho ga'mot which resulted 1.1' favor of Scranton by a scoroof to : i ' Tlio pastor of lheE"iilhcran giiurch, Itov. C. N. A. Yonco and wtfej wit nessed tho game. St. Paul's Jhjtmc- lio.i lo the Christian ThCBsalonians was to attain from all appearanecnH evil. Header, ninko tlio appncni.u... THE IMStCAfc EUTERMIVltEilT. ' Miss Hi'iima E. Uoseiithal and her music class gayo an entertainment to a largo and appreciative;, audience Thursday night of'last wcek'-at Alley's Hall. ril'PH $s-MaK SOW IS THE TIME lo iinvc vim ., ,.,,.!! Job Prinl- r v;i"'"-- Tlm -vim, .If Indies all did there parts so well tl wo do nol feci jiistj i lied in nlakiiig a pwfcomil mcnlioii of any one. .The hnli was bcauntiiiiy decoratud with flag I'om every na ii,.. Miss Rosont httl deserves miicji ciedU for the beautiful;nd tflMcfo decoration", a well1 as Ko ixuelleiil t i i... l..itiiikila ' music reiiiieieu The ice cream supper gweliy Hie ladi-s of OransoCrove'last Fri day niu'hl lor tl' henetit oi inc amir odUlrhurch at that, place wade- ecutcd iwsjm .i,lod success. They eleare.1 w.: Coo pleasant nights. .. . . r;,i0 Frances ClemcMline, intant. "nvstci s are ctiinK f., daughter of Mr. John L. and Mrs. O: k n-Tdftii ...an il merciful to his Cosriiillgl died .Monday mp.-J,Uit last - "V,"t";'fU . ' ' , 6:30, atler a short illness, aged six . - ...... ovcrvbodv and months and five day. -Wfi ran i i'"."-- ' wo ilim't try . Dr. W. BAFK BALL. Tlicroywas nilo an intcreliii ttjuna of lull played hel ten Hie Scra'iitoif'aild hewU I6.un last II ' day, which iCKulied in a victory for the Sirantous. Dm for the prror mdo by PickcU of tho Lcie, tho lf"o ould probably have rcsnlteiUho ther way. Score bv liinli.Ks: Rp'ranloiia O1003O30X Total 7 Lewises 300010100 " 5 IJattcric Pol and, Thompson for and Kenny I'or liwisos. 4 Umpire J. H. Ladnlcr. . . ' guNf)Af's gamk. . ; Beranton was deserted Sunday, 88 nrorvbodv went down to Pascagou fn 'n the iranio between tho Scranton in tonniA. which resuU- ml iii a victory, for Iho Scmntons 1. 1 ....- ..nt nf five won from limiting ... that team. , - "'''. Scmo by liniinjts a.imi' 1 0 4 0 0 OjO ItO Total- Pasci.-roi.1a 100000100 " 2 ' Kattcries-Pol ai.d Thompson for Scraiaon ; IXichtor and Catchot for Piiscagoula. Umpiro-P. Dl'iKCoIU IScorcr- C. iJ. Miller'. . y. IflSSFfllllDlPlRIIllT. w "lO WHOa IT Mil C0SICEKS. Wo will inM it lMver.iri.uy one .. Mi.u. I'nlilf or VIClllltV. aiiytUing of invest to our r-ailer 1 tb-l , " m ....m,.n.t t'j same dirnct p.UCI?. will to the Dkmo5i.at-8ta'h office, Bcranton, le..v the same either at u. w.w Evans', E. W. Manahau o. , 8Wwart'...4rutore or E. Bloomfle d & Co.'s slore, od Tues-lays or not later than . ieuL-. e vrertiiesilay evening oi e" "1V f H. ALLEY, SCrAntow, wj' . DKALKIt IX FmfJ fStationery ITJ THE M1M done. ac.... . ,llla. 4ds, hi" "cans, tiwulars, powers, iriiitiiiae aciieraiiy. ml in Idler li'' nnVlilonCS," 1 -,r,iiii..erciai VALlABLE place at pascacola FOR SALE. Fronting en the Water. i ii- mill c tea )iy All such won. "- -;v t nim (1 at. the jkm"li.. New r. Bragg visited nrlnans tins wt-i i" ,. . r..n fi.rl.ia oncned in cran- I lie i"" ton MoiuV.iV evciilnjr. ir you waul frt -niake good l.ar iamll on'W. M. 0il"'y- . Wlun is a docter.most annoyed? When lie is out of palmnts. . : 1W M" Yiites, the " woman maslicr' sr.lt hingmshns ill jail. ... -Plenty fnuiliofiJ mm Bayou Ca Boiieou the streets JVednesdav morn- '"r- ' V , ' K yon arc iii nopdof a rhcip set ofliam'tssCaiMVi Is (hc-j;lace to find ' "'-tt;;s Julia Fraiwlllcft last Friday !, I'c.siicola, FUu, loW ahsenl two 1110 n ( -Kvon m.v "iris are cal.hint-' ,.iq ban fever., Thi-y '-c;,ut rR,c''" iii hulls;1."' " -tMi? V)uiican -Minor,, of. Ocean Sirin!rs .is here Wedjuisday ou l-Jr gal'hushicss. : r ; , ' . . i;Cy. . O. Bowcn will preach in Allev VMiir SVinday nis?h''. t 7 30. All are cordially invited lo attend. .:i'f'Mnin IVlinas left Monday eve..inf-.P).r rColumhns to cuter the IwuiiBt-rtaMiwiHiito and CJIego. -.h.-li'ftcWvnd a lot of. Omuls'' Fine ,$3()(J Slioe's 'Mlroct from Mr. .1. B. Lewis I,,: i!os."im., C. Nbi.soS. -Speak no evil of the absei.4; that cowardlv Likewise speak uo evil of (he-presentl yo.rm.ght uet licked. Il. y. (1. iCTiiompsou will preach In ll.o ' Methodist Church Sunduy n,oi i,-...2 and -al Pas-aaoula at r.isshi. n .....ihivlinst policy to-tell the dull., because IF yon don't you can't you iuh COTTAGES FOR RENT On tho Pascaoiila river, Mb. .T"S. F. Apply to F.OUItOKS, and Master Tlicre aro nyafly 1W acres m. tract of land. New dwell...',' house ,ill. all necessary Diithtiihlinss. to o.ise is neif , cost $3,(XX), ncwiy painted, ball and seven rooms, 1 riM.A..n -atn trallery front ami im. bout ten acrca In cultivation. - " tho land under wire fence. A spring nar the-house, .excellent ilnnmig i,atcrand plenty of water for mfcti tt beasl, ami never know.r to go A ..roan I 1H-IU- dry. About 212 poar u ws,. ins condition, three ana tour old, one hundred will bear next year. Stocky eonsislius of fourteen o. ,.Cu head graded Jersey came, , . 1 n n nl finr furniture stamlintf am. " piacu. Ml-a P.rUlo Blako iid left on Mondav for hiiu Iho fiirmer studies in tho Feniaic !iicr the Willie Lai qualak, Noxubee feounty, her studies in Inslilnto and theJatlCT to u maio school nthat place. , Forso.uo weeks t wo yetwiSf rae . . l . ...... i.,.Qnnr our lOWIIi "CI. nave i - ladies' shoes, single pair, and oor sets. Thcv claiii.Jhattliesiioe...-; sl'l are suiierior and better ilia.i a.iv others. Of cQ.Rr.se our poo ... i.!,.. nt tlm liait"' every time, sin-niMrrrflan always do-well -here. t- il , ..I K.ioelie's. I ...1IoWi.ril T. Stewart, u. i. , Jl. Stcwart & Sous, Dentists,) win. m Moss Point on tlio l5lh or each nioiMh, to remain until lle 1st: Spo 1,t atfc.irtoi. Vlvon- lv crow, aj.Tl bid 'C work and coVrcction or ir gn lanith. " tiai adiowiislcrorl. Pai.ci.ts . . ..' . i. I. ,'.,. ntmilir tlLB-Ciast VISIICH B.l I Mill, ii-'m-". n i:.i.,.;. le'iniesled. AVill bo ill. Pass .. . . . .. " n.i t lo ti.e oui oi the PERSONAL GENERAL Ana OtfierHotM Sathsred Trom Varlotti Sonret. ' No gcriom cases of sicklies lu town this week. "fis eulitji.at Mr. Win. Walk haB roluri.ed from New York. AH kinds of ammunition at CWAS I'"08. Mr. W. Fred Herrl.i is visiting Poneacola ami Bagdad j Florida. The Pascaaoula Liimher Comjw- ny's booms are filled with logs. . . One cheese-case, cheap. E. liLoo5rffEi.r & Co. . Mrs. John Walsh .returned on Sat urday last from a vUH-te vdaiiyes i Mobile. "' ' ''.''' Mr, D. Q'Guynn, ,'of ' CilroueUe, Ala., spent last Sabbath heie looking fine, as usual.' A iarsjo stock of loaded shells at flowan Bros. ' ' . : Mr.lt.' O. Durrow. of Citroncllr, Ala., visited his brother, Mr. C F. DurroW, last week. .'. One counter table for salo. E. Bloomfibdi & Co. Mr. J. F. Palmes ami family are . ii!.... ...i:..1.iliuf the occupying tlio UWCini'K f'.'J" " residoncoof Mr. A..Bluiner. : The Cheerful Workers' cleared $55 at the Butterfly Social, ut Mr. L. N. Danger's last Friday night. Wild Guzelle, Capt. Gils. Anderson, took out a. fishing and lu,iing party Tuesday to the Wan is. The. Daimler & Mclnnis shingle ...ill l,n, Rhut down foi' the present, W HF A Sputialtj. DRY GOODS, .JTOTI03STS, SHOES, Choice FamilvGrocenes, FED, HARDWARE. ETC. CBUSORATKO: irtteaSesSs. PATRONAGE SOLICITED! May Delivered Free ot Cliarsre M-ly . " vwi a Ms YOU CAN 1 MOSS POINT, March 88, 1690. ll lUIIFIfll iiniiiiLi ii m u FOR SALE ! FINDrlOCHBROS., WHOI.F.8AI.K MANUFACTUKKKSOg Harness and sflppu VUGGIES, 1MG0NS, So 8 North and 9 South Water St., Mouiui, Ala. Sole Asency Studebaker Wagon. gwid for llliutrated CaUlopie Price-List. April 20, 1890. IIMO MISS. 5-ly 9-ly Special meeting of the Board of Supervisors. STATE OFMISSISSIPPI. Jackson Cousty. S .. .. . ....!ol vtii in liereliv Clven luai b."j-'- BIIUCXJAlLiAli Female College. Eleventh Session begins 17T2Z SEPTEMBER XEXT. Located ou the M. & O. K""' miles north of Mobile. Quick y reached "om anv part ot the Coast. Uuexce led "tl. through tho winter and spru.g. Ftrst class i.. all of Vme Moral influences pure, with the home end familn air nbe.it everything. Ch'ap in management and reamnabU rlmratt Write for catalugue. tnaige. .lr.KV ei,.,.,l.t. Mine. ta IrfMl 21-2iri A ... it II personal euec.s P" ' ... I " u,,ilv of timber new whan aii.i uul" on actoum uuto .i for stock in through Iho nd fish. ri.crc is also a house. Pond oi wau-i ..oatiiio. bavou runs i'" ulace. of salt water 1 i. l. 4ja-i ' For4(jrjiW etc., appy f" -T-' 1 'M I F-ltS & Vf.TITT, - i '; Srrainen, Mjiss. One of tlio Neatest and Most Comfortable Cot tages in Scranton. - lu. ilone at sncli meeniiB- . Tbe owner, being desirous oi Kn . J j. M. RAH BY, Presiueut. 28-4 1 l RAT IS IT? Chilsiian' from the Is .iteli'molltlu..''- itylMic W 'biiilcrs rcttirning Siin ,iuu . nvuidiiL' from the givat game which took place at Pascairoula, made .i... ...... ll.lt. fint Tilt'.!' shouts rent lliu wrmui i".t.' . I be air. Our polico were alt on ciuij !. the brfi-Vwohid hav6 been ar- .....! Ti..ii-rnnduct .even shocked . i... ..,. nion in low... llesaid mo vn;iv.i. 11 Sl h conduct should not be allowed 1. Ibis civilized community. " CiflP HEETISO. ' : t I .. ltev O. D. Bowen will ineacn ... the Baptist .Ohurch Saturday night at 7 :30, and Sumtay.ai v.-.. - . - - - . - Md comfort. One alarm cash drawer lor sa.c story co,tagB) on cheap. E. Bloomfikld & Co. ragcag0U,B 8treeti tIl0 most yleiisant part Several of our boys and ladies vis- of toWi,,near the Methodistai.d Lutbe.au I c....ja list, to m. fm. snle at ii bnrgain, including nod i " .' ' - ;d rr r::r.; fnritur.. which .!. enjoy a winn oi mo tho baseball game as well. - A boom on lied Crec broke the ,.kv .ul about 5,000 logs came IJ 1 I I W ------ - . ,1 4, I' ... .1... i.,.ir if winch caiuo dovvn Oill, lll ..."' --- ---- . ' , .... -i nf Snnenisors ot meeiinir "i ' : , i enlt,i. said county will he held m the Court house, at Scranton, on TU Fifth Monday, the 29th day of September, 1SQ0, h transaction of ai.yand all business Walter M. Dknny, Clerk. Scpien.ber 5, l"11 Guanliau Sale of Real Estate to Go's It is a AVood and Stone Preserving Oil auplic.f with a;n o'rdina.y brush. II is guaranteed U prcseivw for years agai.ist rotting; decay, dampness, alTd nTk ...li,.t' ht ll hiseets. vcvmip, rals, ill floors. watlsJ . oruigus, Uio i fOWCCS, (lOfirBIHl lVllcv. " - , .;.. nf. building. W, used ni mo .. . ' " ., ,.,-,u. . i .i I lire water, rum uraito wrirw "-" t a,,ve, .m,Ko ZT." hr-t coL Wencai. to Tho-here oiore.uvn,. u.- . ; . ...uf consc- will not alack anv pumg, CIOso "" "- fr r . boats, drv docks, or.a.fy timbers coat- alle,,ces. K, W; MAii.A & Co cd .with CAUBOLINKUl Woo.Ure M j( M. Barnes" has to St. servinaOil, whicli.i80Uenen,e. .. EIU1( Ala , to assist in " - better than compressed cieosotf, a.ul ICW gawlnill ot Laurcudine & Co. at copiier paint is not-to bo compam (hal pIs3C.- H0 will be there several -Willi H. For ciniiiaTsn.i.i tll0iitlis. if(H...alion apply to J. B.t, tuning, New uiieans, u. all staud.iig furniture, new, expect tfl bo believed whe i.e. , Mr. C. Flanagan, has purchased the Mayhury place on the Pascagoula river at 13,500, part cash, balance on time. . . . .. , , -Bes'C assortment of hats of W ...in. ..ml - nrfces. ever opri'fd i" Scrs.ihrt, .bw on exhibition at W. M. OnlyV.Tl'V " ' " . '. -It iWmst'ak,' niibo T.nrrows 'nd Ejftfn'ic'', ,,'l,", r'MH,r" have ut.bciii.'s'q'eti.oii Bayou Casolte '; -MasHirA.lat.i Caulicr. of West i Pawaannra.'rcff "Mondaf for btarK . villa to resume his studies in Ihe A. & M. College at that place. , -W?m". Cality hai just received a good assortment C Jiaruess, saddle", '.gm, cte.,dirt from Mctory, which proposes to sell cheap. - Be it. said to U v. Oeorge H. Tiioiiipsom'i credit, he H .the only l.al pator who does not Uendbase hall games oil the Sabbath. -Mrs. Vincent Itoa has a no honncmif hot at her house. Ho ar- lo,l rvi-uiiiir. Ilia father left for South America last week God promised It to sav SMloin for the sake of ten righlcoua peraons, nil nnon llial rromUe we build our hope for IImi salvation of Scranton Mr. r II T. Cox. who has been iciidinl some tin.o here with hor oi.'a ramily, lr..W. A. Cox, left lor homo Monday, accompanied by Mr. F. A. Cx. Thera will be a dbweb Party for the bancfat of Ihe Iilhera church at iho residence of Capt. C F. Pclersoa ou Pascagoula atreet, on Thursday, 25lh Admission 15 and lOwnla. In Ihe Cobweb will . found numerous priz. Dancing and refresh mcite. The Salem Camp Meeting, in the AmcricusCi.-ci.it, Seashore District, Mississippi Conference, will co.n ,cneo Thursday night, October 9, laort Theio will boa public tent on the. tfrouml for tho hcncfilof the pub lic. Miuisters aro cordially invit l: it. noBEiti, i. . to attend. received a iv'uluv last we I' visit from Messrs. Fed. Mer and .Lis. F. Fierncy, of the firm r Meyer, . tr n lionor dealers ami im- ,v,rlersof fine wines ami mam No. ISSouth Commerce in-ui, .u - They wore here taking orders from , liquor dealers at Moss Point, 1M ragoula and S. rantoii. The ladles of Iho Episcopal con . travo a musical and literary L.r..i,,c...t.rtr.a beuoflt of their M.,.pch last Friday i.igt.i ai n.. : Mr .nd Mrs. W. -W. II on. - . vt.:... n...euti. assisted lV our . ...i.;i. nliarmed -i..i ..iiaiin music ii i.'ii ,u," . . .... i.- ....lloncr. who mowed .... Ulion bv their r-pca.e 104 Gravier street. .Justice CoCftT.-Hon. Alfred E. Ki-ebs presiding. The following cases wore disposed of in this court this W?.k..'. T..b.rmnns. assault. Fined Diaiu " - ' .50..ndcoSts::- Slaie, V.-. W, . niiso", "s.-ve: Fined land costs.'- Surtcvs: J. LaiSson, fighluig. r.ned $1 and costs. State vs. R. Seymour, fight. ng. Fined $1 and costs. Slate vs. Geo. Thompson, fighting. Fined ! and eosts. S.ate vs. S.lt. Thompson concealed weapons costs. ...... Kinlc vs. S. U. Thompson, .cxiu.m ing deadly weapon coma. '- , Stale Vs. U H- nr7".. using vulgar language. and costs. an.- i.nn V.n 6 rooms, 5 of which are nicely furnished. Carpets on all the rooms except one. The parlor and two . , nnnered. Grates m the ueu-ruu'.in I r . parlor h.ul one bed room. Galleries u the front and rear. Dining room, k.tcu- . la dd.nv I U1H IHUi "V - I " - . . : Hurt a cri.fM' Into the kitel.eii y I" I"" " well of water near the house. On the lot, 7Ck30:i, is a large burn, horse stables, cow stables, chicken house and small garden, and all necessary oatbu.ld- There are also some fruit trees, such as figs, pecan, orange and ami peartrecs, sciippernong grapes, etc. ,.. .1.. iv..., t t.nl is the prettiest flower garden in the Stote, cantsiuing some of the richest and rarest noweis anywhere. Tn linnse and all the iuiprovemon u r and substantial, having been bnilt only about, two years. With the place will be sold two graded Jersey cows, oue in n.ilk now and the other will be in October. Also anew one horse wagon and harness. . . . Trice for Dwelling House and Standing Furniture. 2,500 CASH. Tossossiou given as soou as sold. Apply to P. K. MAYERS. ....:.. Ann. 2J. 1890. 27-tf ocruiiiuu, I...., o- - . . . e . .t.,-. nf tlm Chancery By virtue oi numi -. c...- of . , .1.. r...,i-w .,f Jackson. Slate i Jh wtb' day ot Arnst H90, the matter ef the Estat of AmoukT iwrKVM, I will, between .... i,..r. of U and 2 o'clock, ou Saturday, the 20th day of September, 1890,- described, nn.tue Pr''. r. ::;,:,,,,.,,. hid- u. for casn io hi "'S"". . . ;.,Yt.l,B land described as follow s, ip-w. i. A ee.itaiu lot ii " For 'Sale ! A Twenty-Horse Power dotacbed Engine Boiler Grist Mill, which will griul one h.mdro.1 to one hundred and twenty nve uunuK. j Everything as gnsew. Nenr Randall's Ferry, LscaUwpa, miss. May K, 1890. STUMP PULLER! The " undersigned has purchased the State right for the nmnufact ,,re and sale ot Dr. AldricU s patent fcTUMP PtL.Lt.K, Tie Greatest Meition of Mp. Any person interested cau get fall par ticulars by applying to TONY GAIT I, Moss Point. Miss. July 18, 1890. .... - The Earnest Workers will g-vo a .. . ilm 1'ieshv- musical ei.ieria.i.m." Block No. : i.yn in the town oi vicenu iirr s"e on au.iowhsl.ip 7,Ka..fie H i. the County of Jackson, and mor. 8, ni tne uouu y follows, to-wit T Z nput fence on the Hoe Jii,iliiir Auio.ee SUlenstricker i land fm laf-don the north, owned by other trom laim . ,. Washington Avenae. which , Av.no. u the eastern boundary, a d.stajice f and girl week. carrying lined $25 and Fjo'ed ft" and !l,1 ' Fined 12.50 Sumner, local tli prcc. Itefreshiiients wero soiicert. scrve.1 after the About $80 was rcalize.1. LOST. ,i. e..inif of August 18lh,be- ..... rw..niU lintel ami me IWCUH umii.'7-r. .. , residence ut Mr. K. D. ixan, i..i.i W.trh. with chain and key at- " ' .. . ....... tt I A -lr 1A tidied. Finder will P'easo re.u... w pasv Ifll Ilea. - - I . .. T-amil. Okfickof T.. Dkmotrat-Star, I PASCAUOOIJk, Sept. 19. 1W9U. Report for the week ending Sept. 181U. KSTKKK". Norbk lodiGunderse,.. 798 tons ..on. rii.en.ss Ayres. AuiscUHildegard, Green, Cabarieu, hid .uso- - ri.KRKD. Korbk Crown Prince. Panlsc"; fo' With Iftl I""" fil.htsi, 11 o i. ., ,. tw.1,1 - . . . . i . . h.i wa. ui .......... Br.l uk - , I a ni her Hros. t;o., wim valued at $.,100, Bnsiueas very .low in this office tor I be TesMJli in qu.i"-". 90 tons from .laim.iiaue on the night of Fri day, September 20, 1890. Kcfrcsh niciits will be served. One second-hand counter scalo for salo low. E. Bloomkik.ld & Co. Moss Point's popuhlion is raphlly increasing. Mesara. Ed.. Turner i,-..i,..t iiiilisrui both bavo new IM'U' i "- babies at their homes tl More to follow. 1 Miss Bcllio B'.umer left Monday evening for Columbus to enter the Industrial Institute ii College. Miss Pic DanUler will Icavo lor the same place on the 1st of October. Wo havo a few low quarter shoes which we are selling at 'cost. E Ul.OOMriKLI) 6 l. The schoonors Corat Cecilia and Ja. Adalaska are loading at the I N. Datlzler Lumber Co's mills with 20,000 feet of lumber , each for the Mississippi Hivcr. n . CapL Henry Uric, of the alea.nor E.nnia D., U a happy om . i .. liov 'baby at lias a vi." i I In aavs ha 1 if he Is the second crop. wlA.vn . lot ofealico, all stamtara br..dSthal we aro ofle.ing at New York c6s! prices Aim o o. - -d aatln Hhlwns. lU-Srtcd w.d h. ...d colors, that we 'w ill sell uuder E. W. MAXAHAS a. y" is tne cns.e... ""V".'' feet Hundreu aim r.iKUt-.- . u;ucibwiuu. f to the soutneasi luruw Two to the so 27. that is I'wo Hundred anU six l Sfteeu inches of Mrs. Hilton feme, ii "" ,.,i, .,,l parallel to Mrs S,.uuni"g north and ""iffi Snton.'- tenee, . d..eooflo Hundred CM W nr'ft to"he place of Kt, Ing save and exoept the land cov ered by tne Methodist Church. ' A plan of said lot being attached to the :!" :.. ... e...u and marked Exhibit CUAUDIAIVS SALE. petitiou ai sai . i.,t r nueel of land has bee i.'i"," , tl. senarateand distii.c , , . ....-. ---- . . . 'sepalay iu the following n,nrNurOne.asshownby A. commencing " rOne'HundandForty-threeteet ""..V 7 :..... i..,,,i.. t t hence munni on asui. , .,,il.tv.five leet w.Uue ",;'., ;e sooth to Por ter AvenuT, K '" - 1 f.r.y.! n.- Hnndre.1 and Thirty-hv. nvc iue " lie his rattler vs.iPetilintosellreulestato. .1 Pkkvi. McyuisToN, et ais. Miw. lUA McyuisTOS, et. als. ) By virtae of a decree of the Chancery Comt of Jackson Co.iuty, M.ssiss PPi. r".!lered on the 181U day of August, 190. I will, ou tbo MWdavof October, 1890, .t tl, frout door of the Court-honse . rl,nniug west Ona FOR SALE CHEAP! I have for sale - One Pool Table Size 4x8, ar.d is complete and good as r. APlill' or auuresa rl f'Tf. October 11. 1889. CHAS. B03TER. Pascazoulu, Miss. , 33-tf the place oi" beginning, except so much thereof as to covered by the Motu- t NnnXV Two, as shown by Exhibit A having Tfrout of One Hundred uu.l A, naviug ,' wihin.rron Avenue, Forty-tour iw. V?" Hnn,ired j mA : . . .. r..-. utwaan nttrBiiei in i of said co.,nty,.t pno. --- d imrvy-ov f 'v"? D,K . . i..-, k- fnllowins ral i-1 .i hv lot Number One. . . I . tlI i nn i.us ma .t . . t.: i wj ... 1 . . . . i. a Uiivantl- linf (71 Hoc I . e i nn uil.lnMI. tu-wit: ... .. .. r having a mnin.ii ."- ' ' p, nu ran"" nr.'. late in Jackson county, State ot M l"'Tbar'pii5e of land lying sec "nci,.' 11 chain, north , 'west hom the .T.theast corner of land, of Mrs. , jl. K. McLeod; thence -"h " side by UNIVERSITY OF-. ' MISSISSIPPI, Will Open Its Next Session at OXWBD, 31I8S., THURSDAY, SEPT. 5, 1890. Iho University has been pnt in a mora effective condition thau evei before. J he plan of stndv is so arranged as to present three parallel corses of study leading to tlir degree, of B. A., B. 8. and B. P. In each course there is large scope for elec tion iu subjects taken. 4i..n- Nineteen schools are tanght in the de partment of Science. Letters and Arts, VLtin and Greek nnder Profs. Hone and Bondnraut. German and i rencb nn drrProf. Fonteine. Englisb and Bel es Let res nnder Prof. Eajrer. Matheroatica nuder Prof. Hume. Physics and Astron omy under Trof. Fulton, theoretical Chemistry. Tratical Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Mineralogy and U?Ry' or Mental and Moral Philoso phy, Logis; History and Political Eoono mv auder Pfof.Sims. . Five Fellows uavo Deen aut'"' English, Mathematics, Chemuwy, Nutn- ral History ami riiTsica toi-...-'j will assist the Prolessora. . . Tbe School ot Mw w su ' .i5- free to all, e'xeept fee X $r0 .....lu.... Kxneases neen nol x- ...l 175 wr annum. ' eataJogaea . .1 w..i.vriv nn run i rami on? easieny mm . . r ,, l . , ., : ....... nfirtnwiiiiiiT venue. T, TwHandred and etween pu..'" - : .v.. .... cost T school Sat tho following year 62 chain, to .ection Viae f J,BU', TlvJ I 77 chains : IlicncB ....u . , Z chain. thence .ou.h M I chains to place oi oeginiiiufc y : i " -w i .! known as Lot fi in Keconlea bcolorcd patrons of Uiojuiunc 'mJZI of Moss iw. .-'-irt " t of bind situated i aect.oa .hi. montn auu sitoiw - .. - .,u ,aff8 8 west, in irnii ui I ,ll.l r. 'i i..',ii ImnnOeu n lots Nnmtrs Two and Three. Augurt29,lK). Tflvnau u r . I i....0iAoti ia crve one ?.,... Mkm.tv. MitwiiiPi, dcrt iwiivn-p I - . ,ii . t ..t r H uia lecuuu i . n.,hert Walker. Monroe lV"""V, inWey made B. V. B, WcAithur. this office and receive rew ard. still Paseagoula is ImproTing. -parents should send their chil- .. a,.,.L The schools arc i beginning Ihelrsvssions am. now .. thl.n,a to send them. The lollowii.g pdncatlonal circular . "Tho lasting Ui- J. W. Comnii'ol,er'" Sale. Stkwart TS. B. Nonor, Treasurer, from an wholesome truths ailranlaze at .i ...;.. lit. liy going ' ...d before Ihey have ...m.ie... tnndof Infoimation, Is dc pUM,b.udi...rofselre ' . ..ea.lv all who have fried the K ikiw led Be. when prop- "p,... . .J ....i iu .lwava be erljr appi.eo. -j caf 'nil and power." By virtue of a decr of the CTancr, . . ... m us nil r(l 1 f will Ab t llC wliicn mr,. ... - . . f, . 1Srw). , urn t I lira an!. - , a -.11 ,t the front door of ! "-"'7 lrZZrU- W law: ue WILLIAM GRIFFIN, f"" nprlt, ,, uoata, .ochora, eah.e. awd furniture. ' cJuibw-""""- 3. of therU..d. of Mrs. M. K. McLkI. rrlM in Book No. 4. Page rn o. u . . . J. .. .Henri 1 iw". . .n..t T- Our local niinisier. u ' ' " Kewnl .rd ' 7'". ,h"X , mil that nonioa . ' ....... t .. - cl.l.nlh. 1 .i... r. .... -ml IIIR . J - i un I I t.l 1 1' "I . :.r...i m.c. Van; rhaa to Mrs. L. "r" . :. . -j i f hieh ia reeoro- V. ccr, ...i :uo of t.ui ball Thcv do not encourage 6r countenance rat county. It being fenm as it tnen sii bov. do not play on lhat day.- is lh, dlvidinR li .a Wf"','1" ri... II. Wood. S. 8. II. Ilowrr. J. W.Grifflu J -XemenU on -',JS de" such desecrallon.of Ihe holy Sabbatl , lkwW t. P.g ,UCB, . t. ,ililfl.. In lact.our Keeord of Deed. of as.di nor do our best citizens, m i "O,,rreloo.l that tb. fcn. Measra. T 1 1 Master Carey S. Wood boarded acr.Ued the steamer Emma I , Capt. v'J September 5. 1-90 Uric, Monday, and went on a aq.iirn. hunt on Hackney U-ac, i, rery .ueccssful iu baggUig a large nnuiber, and thev all had a ple.aant tim. So snake bite aboanl, only one bottle of cylinder oil, which answer-- V't". ,e pnrpowof .... J hquor Jt, Xhcy returnca a uwj Some W. M. utss t jimaiiiouer. To lb Pwtolir. , malicioITsou b.s ejrewla that tbe acT.oni.M- May "rr w "a debt. lh l ..l.c.owly a. eUim. arint oJ boor compound ovbup or Vill n CHERRYITHR. a uai and rttov CUM rvnnimotion. Oouba, Oolda, Bora Throa-t, Hoavreeneeai, Aatluna, Bronohltla, Influeaaa. Wfcoopin Oough. Croup, &x For fifty yera it haa swwn to ...nr. PhvBlolana proacrlbs it. Pleasant to taie. Everyone uaeo r Trrlt. 500. aad ti.00 per bctUa t ail DrugSi. cVpt. 12, iw.vV borrow yoftr neighbor's twviaAT-STAR; Ktt one ot your - own. EDWAKD MAYF.8,CianeslW, University. Miss. Angust 8. 1890. . w ti.r..!. Jl D. K. Mi nK. IDAOTZLER & MCINNIS, ManBlactnrers or SAWN AND SPLIT iGvpress Shingles, I r-ysnd tor oriw ll Wft.rr i.rlB '"; aMia4 wit. pn uu ""- Aagnst 2.1, IrttW. S26-1.V LA5B NOTICE. Lasd Oitice at Jackson Mis., Angast ). Kotic. is b.reby given that the follow- . boa filial HOllCe VI r.S.,,tion to m.ke final ro.f .a auj.port of a. Ill laM -rtaUIIB LTfore the Reiiisier and JU-ce.ver at Jack- ann, suss.. " u ii, ,.!. 1 Parker. Honwetea.1 o. I. - - , . 0 ..,:.. ui for Xu- aonth 4 ot lois i auu . -"V" " d north .mrtbeast arct.ou te- hii 4, aou.O range wei. hi. contiiinoos resiileoca !" a 1 ' .... ..f ....I la nil. m ' ' 29 -9m K,,. 1 hemaa -ii. W' ri7s Riidcer .ud W. P. w i"""."' , tr lb.r.R. Koad. P. O. Jarkaoa Angast 2J. I -'