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OS' "j"trtrtll Hi l-fl ' raulou ! ""--".. - - il fliiMA mail minim. "p7k. MAKSPROPRIETOR March 27. 1891 fnlL NEWS. Sme-TaTile L. & N. R. R. TriM,...Tal)lH Louisville ami Ninth il J Railroad, which loot etteot Sunday, jmia.ry 11, ln : UOIAU MBit Li'..ve'1 New Orleans Ht 8:30 p. ... Ke .1111 on at 11:00 p. m. Ar- " . Wuri 1:0'. n. m. jLn J . " " ........ ... " . ! ii r 1-2:01 a. in. Arrives Ull;iel''::0!,r', Kci . ' ,c 1 c" ' .. ...... irrivw l S' i"i".on lit. 9:3.-i p. in. Arrives UOIXO WK8T. .. Tu.ia MnltilA lit. 11:55 a. ni iirivssHt Scnuitoii at, 1:00 a. m. Arrives t New uiic.ies ni i" -I.p:ivch Mobile at 8:20 a. m. Ar- I rivm Bt K.-i.tiilf 1 1 3:34 a. m. Airive -tdV Orleans ri i i .... r. j.uvex Mobile ut 2:10 n. m. Ar- rira at SciiiiiUin ut 3:i' p. iu. ArrivtS itKeir Orl-ium at. 7:0 p. in. V. 11. lHASKi.n.n. omiiuu a j4 v. I'asiimi Week. -The cud of LunL -Itegislcrl Iiigls'cr!I -To-day i Good Frhlay. -NVxl Sunday is Easter. Lookout for Easier liomieta. -If ynii happen In be at llio Com!- Ikiusl' don I lail to register. Don't neglect to register if you inn l to vote at tlio November elec tion. The liar n lift fixtures Vif tho laic .11. Frank recently soltFat auction (irf017. -C. II. IMiiihs has sawed aul pIih- rnl shingle, leuco posts and nrc lirirk for s tic Itcv. J. W. Harmon will preach in lliu M el lnil i.-st Clitirih Sunday at II o'clock ami at night. This in a new registration. Every one Inn lo register or In) cannot vote I the November election. Mr. U. A. Slemper continues to builil cottage . on liia lot in Scranlon. Jlcnuw Ims quite a group. ' -Mis Callie Keener, of Lsko Charles, I, a., U on a visit to Scrauton, the guest of tlio Misses Pol. Mr. Gen. Junior, of Dakota Iliim Imlili county, Iowa, luis been sojourn Inj; n ull us fur several days this w eek. Mr. Harry A. Dorr, of Peusac.ola, Flu., was in tawn lliis week looking il'icr his landed estate, etc. Ho looks will. -Itev. I) O. Dyers will preach in Alley's II.ill Sunday at 11 o'clock a. in., in. 1 al night. All are cordially invited. -I). Duv, Hoot and c?tiooinskor, lias Mned a first-class workman and is ri'uly tn fill all orders in new work mi the shortest notice. -Tlio Mcamcr Heroine that plys iwirii Mobile and Point Clear, lias irrivetl here for repairs. Sho la lieu uptt lilanch.ird's yard. liihxi Jertdd: Miss Emma Fivntz, i dimming yoiinjf lady of Scrnnlon, i Iu I'.iloxi last Sunday, tlio guest uf Miss Casilda Thomas. The heavy rains of lalo have re tiiilcd larni work in tlio upper part "I tin; county. The log business alono Ins ken benefitted by the heavy fall of rains. It is now about timo that our "ich'lmits were planting their spring 'Wcrlisoments in the Democrat Star. Don't hide your goods tinder llUsllcl. As I!asln postoffice, in the nnrth- portion of this county, has been 'Wiiiiniied, our subscribers at that pulnfflee will hereafter receive their rIi at Amcriens. Our station agent has a new as "'nt in the Hrsm of Miss Mamie ''"I. Miss Mamie manipulates tlio 'lfraph wirg Mi,t, kin out the freight biltV. I-sst Sunday was Palm Ennday, the Catholfc worshippers of this PJ presented an lmpning spectacle "rig their palm branches, weud Hieir u aj-10 the Catholic Church. Sessions, one of the JWrosd comnibsioncm, gave us a call Weilnesilay. He was here look t fler his fences. Of courso he "U to be re-elected railroad eom istioiicr. ."j4 Tonng man employed on the rrtecb,, motived severe cnt on ""ex last Fii.Uy frm . hatchet that " chopping (n )r w A. wxdreed his wound for l.im and hit way. Hsrshsl Moore is now putilnx "Wrbing in th0 rliiche along Dcl V.?w!",Ue" T,,i omethlng that tin "',c,, for " , M ""''derably to the appear- "ol that popular Ihomnghfare. "J,r- w- Frai,k GSZ, from tlie Wn Tllfwsrl... ... ... I I A ait II.A AT-Ti PR ... 1 a 1. - viut mini carriru IriJriesoflhc psr lo ilia. 1 icctiuu, wlicrc c,.,. arc lto wm nit-Star $10,000 FIRE AT MOSS POINT ! FOLK HOUSES DESTROYED. D. K. McInnlH & fo.'s Sloro in Anlics, nntl ( lias. DnnlHlc& Co.'h Jewelry Store Shares 1 he Same Ft?. TDK WOKK OF MfEfDURIES. The firo of Weilnesilay morning was the second attempt to fire Hie store of F. G Iteddilt, of this place, located at Mum Point, tfTiich was mil iingeri !.y liis broiher-iu-law, Gor deu Cliildn-HS, roiiKUlin of a stock n (rencriil merchandise ii. sit red (oi$l,000. The first attempt was niatlo last-Fit day nigltt. - ' ' "' At 2:30 Wednesday moriiln!? the hiiilding was found to bo on fire iu alti'iil the same place wlicio il was first set. K The fiio then communlea ted to Beni'didec & Go's jewelry store, which tvns consumeil. Ilean'litleo & Cu'ii Iosm is put down at $U00, with no lii-iii ih nee. The next was nn unoccupied house, partially insured. These three houses were the properly of Mrs. It. itorden. Then came ll.e drugstore of D. K. Mclnifis & Co. T'hcir loss 1 aboirl 1,200. The building was owned by Mr. Win. Wulkius and was valued al $2,500. On this building there was sonic insurance. Had it not been for the herculean ('floris of iho people the whole of Front slieet would have been swept swat, and even as it was many Iiojscs were badlv scorched on the ni her side of the street. Fo innately there WRSfccaccly a breath of air stir ring, and had ihero been l!ie entii t biiHiuess I'orlloii of tlio town must have gone. A commiHee of citizens arrested (be following persons on suspicion of being (he incendiaries: Gordon Cliil drsss, manager of tin; Iteddilt store, .1. W. Frost and Thus. Grant, who were staying at the store with Chil dress. An investigation was held be fore Justice Thomson, which con sumed Hie whole of Wednesday. The prosecution was represented by II. It. Everilt and thedu'euso by Chas. S. .Meriwether. After a full hearing of t lie case, the defendants were bound over in a bond of f 1000 each. in de fault of which tbey were sent to jail. The slock of the Itedililt store was insured in Iho name of Thos. Forbes, of Mob'le. It was insured for Forbes bend! i to cover an indebtedness of Iteddilt. There whs a good deal of feeling against Iho accused nt Iho trial, and several hints wcro III row u out that Judge Lynch would probably takes hand in the mailer. The accused were all strangers here and had only been Iu business siuco about the 111 b of February last. Clerk Denny will register yon now it you will call ut the Clerk's oflico Dave Itilboand Kegel Frank, two negro boys, were up before iho Mayor Saturday fo.' calling each other un savory names, lor which i tie v were called upon lo contribute three dol lars and costs uieh to the town ireas- u ry. A negro man fell ouo duv this week fi'oiu the lop of the derrick at Iho artesian well, fully thirty feel, but no par'icultir harm was done. He must have landed on his head, is the only way we can account for his not being killed. We liavo always heard Ihat (he Odd Fellows kept a goat slowed away up in their hall, but they surely tailed to keep the door locked, for the other morning e found him and his whole family, besides several visitors, lying on the fiont gallery The rope walker has been draw ing good crowds during bis stay, and gathers up a considerable quantity of loose dimes and nickels, lie is a good performer in his line. J lo rides across on a bicycle, and carries a heavy man across on his shoulders. We had the pleasure last Monday of meeting with our old linio friend, Maj. Thos. W. Grayson, of Ocean Springs, the hardest working com mercial evangelist on Iho road. Whilst we have known Major Grayson for over half a cculiiry ho looks mow as if he was just entering tho forties. Godfrey Brown, a negro, btcamc so much infatuated with the flying horses that ho siolo a pistol from Picke'l's livery stable, which lie sold for five tickets to rido. lie was ar ralgucd before Mayor Mathieu who sentenced him to pay a fine of five dollars ami allowed to rest the next thirty day. in the county jail. Our able and clever District At torney, James II. Neville, gave us a pop call Wednesday morning. Ho was on a flying trip along the Sea Coast looking after his fences. He has no opposition tor re-election, and will have a walk over. Jim is a fa vorite with the "mullet eaters." and will sweep the Seaeoast at the Novem ber ebctioii. Dr. W. Saucier, Dental Surgeon, is in town, and can be found at bis office, opMsite coloied school, back of Cox's drugstore, at all hours of the day, where he is prepared to do any and all sorts nf dentistry, at lowest prices, conisleut with first-clas work. Gold and amalgam fillings and pfale work specially. Give him a call and be convinced. JaMILT WITH I1TE1T TO MM,, Last Saltirday.iiigbl a man bv the hh ino nf ft. G. Mitchell was assaulted by .Lime Glass with a razor orknile, and received a cut across Iho nick and ll'ioal thai came near seven ny the main arlcry, but which, fori u lialely, Mr. Mitchell w arded oil'. Mr Mitchell, seeing Glass making knotti er attempt t" cut him, knocked him dowi., when Glass caught him by the leg and gave him two severe culs about I be knee. There seems lo have been no provocation, an far as the evidence, goes, for lliis rash act. Iu fact. Hie iiicii had never met before. A (tearing was had Inst Monday be fore Justice A. K.' Krelis, who bound .Glass over lo a w.iii Ihe Hclion of the Grand J my iu a bond of I luce hun dred dollars.' ' ' -' " TOE SHIP-VitRUS. Fhkxtz's. Last Saturday Iho lull rigged brig, Annie Madison, of Pearl iiigtou, glided off those ways imo I be water, iihe had all her burning fly ing when she was launched and was a pretty sight. Mr. Frcnlz hn another of those immense scows on the ways lb.it bo is Milling in order for Iho Natiuiiul Dredging Company. BLANCHAiiu'a. We noiico at 'this yaitl a largo schooner on the ways, which has been undergoing extensive repairs, if wo Hie lo judgo by the amount of new limbers put into her. There is not quite as much work work going on al the yards as there was a while back, but I hero appears to be plenty lo keep all of our home mechanics busy. Our old friend, Mr. C. II. Alley, has been pulling on Tonsiderablo airs of Into. lie has just ptirrhnscd a fine horse and surrey Ihat eclipses any thing in town. We have known foi a good while (bat he was growing rich, but we did not expect to see such a display so soon. "Ilenieinber that thou art still a man," old friend. Will you tako It hot or cold? That is ihe question when you visit F. D. Iiecht's tonsorial parlor and bath rooms. Mr. Kecht is now filled up to give you any kind of a bath Ihat you nay desire, from scalding hot to Ircezitig cold. Give him a trial and see how good you will feel. We learn ho Iris somo improved curry combs for lliose who never surprise their skin with water more than once a veiir. SCRANTOH BUSINESS. The Following are Some of ihe Principal Btmines Houses and Enterprises in the Totcn of Scran ton. V. O. KKDDITT, Resluurunt mid Lodgings. GERARD & COX. . WlinlnsnlcA Retail Dealers in Kverything. WILL T. NIX, General Merchandise. C. FLANAGAN & 80N. Coal Dealers, Ship Cliutiillcrs and Family Grocers. O. G. EILAND, Agency for the Singer Manufacturing Co. MRS. E. BARRUS, Millinery, Dry Goods, Ktc. C. IT. DF.LMAS, Shipper of Raw Oysters. NEWTON SHEFFIELD, Barber and Ilair Dresser. GEO. FRENTZ, Shipyard. Vessels Built, Hauled Out and Repaired. C. L. LUCE, Shipsiiiilh and General Blacksmith. W. M. CANTY, Geu'l Merchandise. Slayer of high prices. JOHN Y. MOROAW, Teamster, Delivers Coal and Shingles. MOSK.S SEYMOUR, Dealer in Beef, Pork, Mutton, Etc. DR. W. A. COX'8 DRUGSTORE, Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery, Etc. . O. A. JOHNSON, General Blacksmith and Wheelwright. CHAS. W. WALKER, Pascagimla St., Dealer iu Groceries, Notions, Etc. NOY'S HOTEL, B. J. June, Proprietor, Best of Wines and Liquors. Registration Not ire. 8TATE OK MISSISSIPPI, I Jackson Cocnty. J Notice is hereby civen that I. tie nn- dersigned, Clerk of the Clrcnit Conrt of id County and Ex-Ofltcio Registrar therein, will visit the various votinir pre cincts of the enmity aforesaid, tor the purpose of reentering all persons enli tied thereto who may present themselves fur sncta purpose, ou t lie nates follow mg, to-wit : W't Pascagonla, April 30, 9 a.m. to 3 p. m. Blnff Creek, 21, " 22, " Wilkeraon, Reeves, Ilelvrstious, 2 3, fc " - (4 M M 9 t-f a M t U M W M M a4 MM g) C 44 M H H 30 I M tt ' t 44 j 44 U 44 .4 4 4 II U 6 " " y 4 44 44 44 W." M. DENNY, Wards, Jones. (Nik (irovo, Robinsons, Moss Point, Orange firove, May Pasragnnla, Ocean Springs, " Jacolm, " Scrauton. May 6 to Clerk aud Registrar. 3-ot March 13, 1-01. to HHon it mit fom:m. Wc will esteem II ns a lnvor if i,ny one In Moss point or vicinity, who know of anything of interest to our leaders in thai place, will eiiiiiiiiiiiiicate t'je same direct to .ho Dkmiiciiai-Siaii ollice. Herantoti, or leave Hie smiie either at Dant.ler & Evans', E. W. Miinahan & t'o.'s. J. W. Stewart's drugstore or E. Blonnitleld & Co. 'a store, on Tuesdays or not biter thuu Wednesday evebing of each week. PERSONAL. GENERAL And Other Hotel Gathered From Various Sources. Spring-like weather. The rope walkinif man is iu town. Excursions aro now Iho order of Ihe day. Some of Ihe mills rested from their labors on Tuc-day last. Tho photograph man with bis tent bus set up business. Mr. J. S. Otis, of the Wesion mills at Lnglown, was iu town Saturday. Miss Susie Vaiighan, of Ocean Springs, has been visiting friends in town Ibis week. Elder Aimer Walker, Piney Woods Missionary, preached Sunduy night :u the ISapiist Church. 1 The charming Miss Mamie Dees, of Lake Charles, La., is visiting rela tives and frciids iu town. Hon. A. 1). Draugliati, of Perry county, was in town this week look ing after his log interests. Mr. Wm. Griffin, now about 92 years old, is coefn-ed lo his room.. Hu is just waiting for the summons. Wo have a largo lot of damaged goods which we will sell at a very low price. Chas. Beard-lee & Co. Mr. A. Bliimer, our popular man ufacturer, has just iiboul completed a handsome addition to his residence. llcv. D. O. Byers preached an able and highly appreciated sermon on Sunday morning last, at tho Pres byterian Chinch. Mr. C. II. Wood left Monday for Grecno county Chancery Court, and will (?) bring back a buggy load of turkeys and perhaps some deer. The.liuest line of FaucyDressGooda, Floiiticings, Laces and Embroideries, Ribbons, Etc., to be found In Moss Point, is at Cowan ltitos. A parly of young folks wcro out Monday nibt on the Mei'iu tug Pic. They went as far as Ihe mouth of Hie Pascagonla river, and bad a. very pleasant time. The deer hunters returned on Mon day fioni Greene county, flushed with victory and laden with the spoils of the chase, a pair of buck horns' and I wo deer skins. ,v A negro bov about fourteen years old, stepson of Eph. Johnson, was drowned off the dock, near Daulz lor iV Evan, on Monday. All efforts to rescue him were futile. Mr. Rix M. Robinson and wife, of Pensacola, Fla., accompanied by their niece, Mis Case, of Ashland, Wiseon sin, are visiting in town, the gncils of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Itobinson. Mrs. McTunis, widow of Iho lale John Mclnnis, is very III at tho resi deuce of Mrs. Ada Mclnnis. "Aunt Polly," as sho Is called, is now in her 87th year. She is not cxpccicd to survive long. The following schooners aro load ing lliis week at the L. N. D-odzler Lumber Co's mills: Albert M. with 15,000 feet of lumber for Bluff Creek ; Almira with 20.000 feet of lumber for tho Mississippi Bivcr. The general discussion of Arctic explorations, etc. at Iho meeting of the C. L. S. C. on Monday night last, demonstrated the existence of ihe North Pole as well as tho feasibility of a northwest passage. A very pleasant party, consisting of Mesdames G. W., F. O. and It. M. Robinson, Misses Case, Dee, Cuda bae, Mcintosh and Hyatt and Messrs. fc. W. Manahan, Geo. 8. Stewart and J. J. Mcintosh, made a trip to the islands on Tuesday last, on the steam tug "Eva," Anderson, master. Tho Gospel meetings in Iho Pres byterian Church continued with increasing interest nr.lil Thursday night. There was a larger attend ance on that iiii.'ht than ou any pre vious occasion. The visible results were four additions lo the church. Tho sermoiip'of Mr. McElroy were earnest, forcible, logical and yet char acterized by a simplicity which even a child could grasp. Such preaching U "a savor of 'life uuio life, or of death under death," unto all who hear. C. 1 S. C. Program Mar. 30, 1S91 : 1. Prayer. 2. Minutes. 3. Roll Call: Name favorite author, giving quotation from same. 4. Music 5. Debate: Resolved, That Ihe in troduction of labor saving machinery has been a benefit to Ihe tailoring man. Affirmative, Iter. D. O. i fly ers ami Mr. Win. Rudolf; Negatives, Mr. Juo. Hill and Mr. C. S. Ronton, fi. Music. 7. Reading. 8- Music 9. General busiucss and adjournment. A fino hue of Gculs' Spring Cloth tug, Straw Hals, Shoes and Furnish ing Goods received this, week st Co wan Bitos. The last meeting of the My lialhein Society was belli at Hie resilience of Mr. A. Bliimer. There was a large attendance and the evening pussed pleasitnlly. This being tho lime for the election of otfi!rs Iho following officers wcro re-elected :' President, Mr. .Fritz Colnicr; Vice-President, Mr. L. N. Dant.ler, Jr.; Secretary, Miss Maggie Mclnnis; Programme Committee, Messrs. E. W. Muiinhan and P. E. Bliimer, Misses Flora Cud abac mid Maggie Mclnnis. After the Society adjourned every one enjoyed a social chat for a time, and were anxious lo stay longer, but lime would not wait ou tbeiii, and Ihcy wero compelled to say good night and wciu! their way homeward, there to rcftecl upon the pleasures of the past and with these fond recollec tions rock themselves lo sleep, as it wore, aud enjoy the cvcnii.g over in Iho beautiful dreamland far away. The following is the progrinmo for the next meeting to be held at ihe residence of Mr. J. II. Palmes Friday night, April 3rd : Prayer: Rev. D. O. Dyers. Minutes and roll call. Essay: Miss Annie Walking. Music: Miss Alico Hyatt. Reading: Mr. John Hill. Recitation: Mrs. Geo. W. O'Neill. Music: Mrs. Bessie Walkins. Reading: Mr. P. E. Bliimer. Music: Solo. Miss E. E. Denny. Rending: Mr. C. F. Durrow. Music: Solo. Mis Annie E. Carter. Author: Win. Henry Bishop. MARINE. Office of the Dk.mocbat-Star, ( Pascagoui.a, Mar. 27, lS'Jl, . j Report for the week ending Mar. 2Uth. K.NTF.ItF.D. Am sell Et'iel F. Hsnley, Kelly 223 tons 1 1 inn CailiHrien, 201 n lust. Bi it sell Bothers, Gilesou, 123 tons from Nassaw. 23th hint. Nor Ilk (Sail I'aa, Hnuscn, fiC4 tons from Galveston. 21st lust. Am scb U W. Amis. Marsliull, 421 rout New licit tin (J, 21(1 lust. CLKAKKD. Am sell Euireniii, Hansen, tor Key West by Dant.ler &. Co , with 114,073 f et of I n in I x-r, l.tiii iii.h. Am scb L. N. Duntzler. Strenjrc, for Key West by DiinUlcr A Co., with ltO.uuO feet el lumber, 20111 lust. Am sell Taylor Dickson. Mallet, for Phil adelphia, by Duntzler Si Co., with 413, 000 lent of lumber, 2(H h inst. . Am ach Annie Milbird, St u t in an , fur Wilminlon, Del., by W. Denny fe Co., with 413,000 feetol lumber, 24th inst. Nor bk Suliiin, Muusen, for Middelberg, llol . bv Hunter, Uenn & Co., with 94,203 feet of lumber valued $T,04 1, l'Jth lust. Am scb Lebago, Riots, for Havana, by I'utcinou & Co., with 27i,:t72 i'eet ot lumber valued at S2.004, 20th lust. Nor bk Flora. Anderson, for Ostendn, Bet. by Martin, Taylor & Co. , with 34rt,30 feet of lumber valued ut JoJOO, xotU inst. Nor bk Odin, Allnm. for SchicihuB. Hot bv Donald Bros. & Co.. with 3S4,SI38 feet, of liimlier valued ut l.WI0. Bnt bk Silistriu, Lean, for Bellnst, by I'uterson, Downing & Co.. witli Ii2,40.i feut. of lumber valued al $4,2!MJ20lh iust. Nor bk Jolian Irxans. Iverson, for Ganger nionth, Ene , ly Hunter, ltunn &. Co., with 44H.733 feet of lumber valued at J3.P28. 23d inst. Am eh llellen Keller, Hayes, for fuilia rien, bv E. W. Adams & Co., wi'h 1!7. 921 feet of lumber valued at $ J.177, :ld iust. Nor bk Carl Von Dnhln, Mattssen, for He 1 1 kiii. Spain, by E. W. Adams Co., with 2.2so feet of lumber valued at f 3,31X1, 24th it St.. 0TO Has been received, and we invito THE PUBLIC To our floods and Prices. it; E. Bloomfichl Company, MOSS POINT, MISS. March 8M,l-nO. Vly ICi:slI)l ( E AI FAR.TI FOR NAEE. A verv ileairMldfi rei,leiws?. nmoertT. der fence, ia hereliy offered for ssiln at erty ia roavenieiitly ailnale.1 for ganleai- t'lt i"it f .",nic "tijr mil" H..1M the depot at Scrauton. Jeko rounlv, Mm., the soil well adapted for trnrk gar dening and fmit rnltnra. There afw two nplrndid roodition, with amcesMry UiHinets ere For farther partinti.ra rait fp or ddre W. M. DENNY, Cletk of toe lonria, Hcrautoo, Miss. Jauuary 16, 13)1. t COME M SEE! C. H. ALLEY, South Side Railroad, Cor. DHmas Avenue & Frederick ts SCRANTON, MISSISSIPPI, Stationer -1,llz I Frotcher's OiW GOODS, 1TOTIO tSTS, SHOES, Choice Family Groceries, FEED, HARDWARE. ETC. A- Specially. PATKONAGE ATIIMCTI ftTGondsj Delivei-cd May !, Im'JO. E. G. TARLTON. E. Q. Tarlton & Co., 200 Dauphix.St., MOCH.E, ALA. The Cheapest DRY GOODS AND NOTION HOUSE in Mobile. SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO ALL ORDERS ENTRUSTED TO L'8. WE GUARANTEE TO SELDO"" CHEAPER THAN AiDlHOUSEaffl MOBILE. SEND FOR SAMPLES AND PRIC b. . AGENTS FOR A. & (L CORSETS. Every Pair Warrauted to Give Satisfaction or Money Refunded Alter 10 Days' Trial. PRICE, 91 PER PAIR. October 31, 1890. 30-ly HQSS P01HT BDSIHESS. The Following are Some of the Principal liusineHS House and ' Enterprises ui the Town of Moss Point. DANTZLER &. EVANS, Dealers in General Merchandise. JOHN HILL'S BARGAIN STORE, Dealer in General Merchandise. JOHN V. KREBS' VARIETY STORE. The Plaee to Get Anything Yon Need. COWAN BROS., Headquarters for Dry Goods, Groceries E. T. ROGERS, Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Ete. ANTONIO GATTI, Blacksmith, Shipsmilh and Boiler Maker. E. CASTANERA, Dculer 16 Dry Goods, Boots 4 Shoes, Etc J. W. STEWART, Dealer in Drugs, Medicines & Perfumery. W. II. GRAHAM. Livery Stable, Blaeksmith. Wheelwright, IT. J. VO HOLT, Blacksmith, Wheelwright and Gunsmith. W. M. WARD, Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Furniture. OLIVER WOOD, Jfsncic ok tiik Pkack. Court 2d aud 4th Saturdays iu the mouth. D. K. McINNISA CO., Dealer iu Drugs, Medicines, Etc. E. W. MANAHAN & CO., Wholesaled Retail Dealers iu Everything. C. W. GARNER, Livery und Sale fetuble. Care of sick horses a specialty. BUCK NELSON, Batberand Hair Dresser. CHARLES BEARDSLEE, Watchmaker Jt Jeweler, Pine Stationery. MRS. R. L. BISHOP, Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries, Etc. MRS. A. 8. DEES, Choice Family Groceries. Etc. KOTT A STONE McINNlS, Gcueral Merchandise. C. M. RANDALL, General Dealer iu Merchandise. PASCAGOULA LUMBER CO., Manufactiireis of Yellow Piue Lmnber. WM. WELCH, Dealer iu General Merchandise. E. BLOOMFIELD & CO., Tho Business Emporium of Moas Point. W. DENNY &. CO., Maura & dealers in Yellow Pine Lnmlter. PASCAGOULA BUSINESS. The Following are Some of the lrincip4il Vuxinctt 7ovf and Enterprise in the Town of of Pascagoula. MRS. M. E. OLSEN, Boarding House and Restaurant. CHAS. COSTER'S "Cottage by the Sea.' Samioer and Winter Botrders. A. D. KREBS, Livery Stable, naeks at all Honrs. GREINER & EODERSTKOM. Ship Chandlers and Grocers. W. 8. ImDSON, JR , . Dry Goods. Notions and Groceries. MANSFIELD & BROTHER, Bakers. Bread delivered at ScrantonAMoss Point P. L. CLEMENT. Berber and Hairdresser. CELEBRATED GarflGiSeefo SOLICITED! UAieAITECD: Free of Charge..? D-ty J A3. W. LANU. IWE WANT To tell you that avo liavo awakened from our long sleep, and if j'ou want to find NEWEST GOODS AT LOWEST PUCES, The latest patterns in Prints and Dress Goods, tho most varied assortment of NOTIONS, licl eEsIi ta9 te) j HIATS, As well as tho Best and Cheapest Lino of In town. Don't delay in calling at the Mammoth Bargain Store of E. t MUM & CO., MOSS POINT, MISS. November 7, 1890. 37-ly JstheridN Sale. THE STATE OK MISSISSIPPI, Jacksom Col'STV. J W. A. CiiArrKt, ) Circuit Court, No. 614 vs. Jackson County. Solomon & Miller. J'dgiu'tjc!2,04cost Bv virtiio of a writ of execntiou directed to me, liy Wulrer M . Denny. Clerk of tho Circuit Court of said coun ty, I will sell at public, outcry, to tho hivhest bidder for cash, at. the front door of tho Conrt-liouse, iu Scrantou, in said county and Stuto, on . Monday, April fi, 1S91, within legal hours, the following describ ed property, levied ou as that of Solomon oV Miller, or so much thereof ns will sat isfy uIkivo judgment mid cost, to-wit: Thiit tract, piece or parcel of land sitn nted in Section 8, Township s, Range ft west, in Jackson county, Mississippi, aud innro particularly described : Commenc ing at the uoitheast corner nf Ixit No. 6, as indicated ou a plat of J C. Bulleiitiun recorded in Book 4, Pages 5, 3, tii of the Record of Deeds ot Jackaou county, and mulling south IU-100 chains to the south margin of marsh at a stake set black gum live, uorth e 4. east tM links x 111 to a pine tree, south 37, west 33 links X 111 ; thence westward along the margiu of tho marsh, following the mat shy line to small myrtle tree ; theuee south 57J, west 7.04 chains to a stake set iu the sawdust, being the mirth west corner of the mill tract as delineated in their deed as con tinued by decree in Chaueery Conrt on tile, A. C. Dunuer fr Co. v. tin. Isabella, I barpianx ; tlm. ee north lov. west to at street ; thence east along said street 1,215 feet to the place of beginning. Tcgether wiili the sawmill and machin-' cry thereon, and appnrlenances and im provements. This done to satisfy a judg ment against the said Solomon A. Miller of t-.ti,:ii and all cost and interest iu Cuvor W. A. Cliappel, plaintiff herein. F. IL LEWIS, Sheriff. Varch (5.11. J 4t John J. Driscoll, DEALER IN Provision, Staple & Fancy Groceries, Ca&nei Goods, "Wines Ss Liquors,' 1 H.AK k TODACCO A Specialty. 225 ft 227 5. Uampirt an! 253 Olred Stt NEWO R LEANS. LA. January H. 11. 5-lv New Ship-Yard JOHN DE AXGELO, Proprietor, Mows Point, Mow,, Ia now prepared to Iisol oat any Tease, that can enter the Paoosgoola Sirer. Vessels Built and Repaired At rraooable rates, and sstiofacttoo gnaranteal. , Give a Trial axu m Cuanxcw. Feb. 13, 11. "