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P.K. MAYERS,. T.:V7. EDITOR. POLITICAL DISOOED IN HARBISON. I lie throe Soacoat cniintiew foriniriK this Senatorial District, . Scran ton, Mississippi : FRIDAY ...July 17, 1801 TO ADVERTISERS. TI.e DEMOCRAT-STAR is tne omcst newspaper on the Mississippi Gulf Coast nas a larger oona jtae t-ircu lation than any other news paper in this section ; there fore it is the best advertising medium. Advertisers, bear this in mind. Chops in the northwest Lave been greatly injured in some lo calities by excessive rains. Ciiarbon is raging anions the mules and cattle in portions ol Claiborne county. Ihk Missouri river lias been acting very ugly and threatening to leave St. Joseph" an inland town. uuFFALo mix is said to be on the hunt for the man who charged him with-being related to Sub- ireasury Bill. 1 he uoiorauo desert basin is rapidly being converted into an immense lake by a leak from the Colorado river. The schools for the blind in the United States are attended by 2, 931 scholars. The annual cost for each pupil is $2S8. We don't like much foolshness, but we are losing lots of fun by being out of the section that the Alliance are now trying to run. Frkd Douglas says that lie was not frightened by the outbreak in Hayti and in cases of this kind, we mus1, of course, take a man's Word for it. IIvpomtk and his negro king dom are having a line time. Ju-t such as we always thought they would have and such a negroes would enjoy- The salary of the postmaster of Winona ha.t been decreased from $14,000 to $13,000 per annum. Grenada has been increased from $14,000 tot 15,000. Bio guns are dangerous, either in Iront, flank or rear. We see accounts of one bursting in Aus tralian waters on board a man-of-war and doing great damage. Ji'dqk Fkkdkric Spked, a promi nent Republican of Vicksburg, is being mentioned as a possible suncesor to Judge Hill, United States Judge for this State. Slowly the baccarat influence is extending into tin's country. It has already crept into some of the clubs in the large cities, but even the wildest Anglomaniac enthu siast will not admit that the great American game is in danger of being superceded by it Baccarat is essentially aristocratic, l'oker levels all ranks. The Prince of Wales must have either repented of his follies and been forgiven, or he has caught another sucker in (he person of the German Emperor. It may be that the Emperor is dealing gent ly with him so that he can give him some good advice before he leaves. A great deal is often done iii the way of reformation by kind measures. having each a candidate out, and Jackson and Hancock Democracy having endorsed I heir respective home ren, Mr.' Bloomfield, of Jackson, candidate for re-election, proceeded to wage war upon Mr. Elmer, of Harrison, lo get the en dorsement of the Democracy of that county, and has succeeded, it seems. Harrison, becoming the seat of war in the party ranks, un dertook to do the clean thing, and held beat conventions to elect delegates to the county conven tion to elect delegates to the Sena torial Convention. These beat conventions having been held and delegates elected the county con vention was called to order last Wednesday, July 8th, at Missis sippi City. The beat conventions were so managed that the complexion of the delegations were pretty well understood, but there having been a split at Pass Christian I wo dele gates were sent from that beat, both bearing credential--. Both Ihese delegations claimed a seat in the convention ana the chair ruled l hat neither delegation should be seated or botli should be accredited, subject to the action of the committee on credentials This action of the chair seems to have created dissatisfaction, con fusion ensued, and a minority of the delegates, including one of the disputing delegations from Pass Christian, bolted, as the Faying goes, and withdrew from the Con vention. The Convention then effected a temporary organization and appointed a committee on credential. To this committee there was presented, as we are in formed, only one set of creden tials from Pass Christian and the committee could do nothing more or less than report that they were entitled to be seated in the con vention, which was done. The con vention then proceeded to perma nent organization and election of delegates. xsow we nave stated Hie case ithout regard to the question of preference as between the two candidates for Senator. There was an understanding, of course, (hat thero was a Bloomfield faction and an Elmer taction, but that is not to be considered in weighin i 1 - -! me pros aiw cons, rrom our knowledge of the politit il sagacity and characteristic shrewdness of the parlies engaged in such an un timely bolt, we tire astonished at the magnitude of the blunder. If the chair ruled erroneously in re gard to seating the delegates from l ass unristian, it was, irom a standpoint of fair dealing, a harm less error, and was, furthermore, a matter proper to be appealed to the convention. But the bolt hav ing taken place at this time, and no credentials having been pre sented by the1 bolters, they were then properly left out. There was then Bloomfield ins and Elmer outs, and (he latter badly left. It is said that there were some i cool heads among these ins, Mr. C E. Everitl, of Handsboro, having honorable mention, and it is just possible that too much cool head where it was not e.pe:ted defeat ed the plans of the shrewd politi cal bolters and left them in a ridic ulous attitude that they did not expect ( 1IICAO , I !.!., Jlllj: VI, 1HU1. Driir D inneriit-Htur: III the language of Ihe Apostle Paul, ''For Ihouglt I be plwnl in the flesh, yell am will) you in the spirii." Lust Thursday evening the 9th in-lant whtn I left Scran Inn in company with -my. side partner anil sole part of my joy, I determined to leave behind me all the cares of business and home, and give myself up wholly to rest amf pleasure, bill I find il very hard l keep my thoughts from wandering in that direction We reached rsew Orleans about 4:30, and filter setting sell led al the Sr. Charles we boarded the uminy and went to West End, where we enjoyed the cool breezes from the Luke and listened lo the so-called fine mu-it: of the Mexican Hand, who are holding forth there now. Perhaps my taste is not suflicieittl v cultivated to enjoy strjh music, bul according to mv notion the Irogs do about as well. The band is composed of a "Dago" looking set of men, but it seems that Hie New Orleans women think differently, as several of I hem have married member of llie band. Well, there is no accounting for taste. We lell New Orleans al 12:00 on I ho Illinois Central Vestibule trian and were com fort ably situat ed in a Pullman Pallace Car wiih plenty ol room. We reached Jack son, Miss,, ut 5:15 and weiM joined thereby about lilleen of (he Mis- sissipoi delegation to the Jvlilo rial National Convention, and oth ers were added to our parly along i he line until we now number twenty-! wo, all very pleasant peo ple, which has made the Hip thus larqnile pleasant and enjoyable. We passed through a large uor- THE I1XOME1T aCT. Wkut Pascaooixa, Mi!.,Jiiljl Mat ted i tor Democrat-Star ; lu nil editorial in your paper of lasl week you n re in error in your intfrpretkiioii of the act of Legis lature of 1S90 in reeard to work ing prisoners, ele. You speak of this act ns a repeal of the insolvent acl, and this constitutes your first error. The latler act does not re peal the former act eiiher express ly, by implicit tint, or conflict. Your next error is in supposing lliat tins latter act operates to ex tend thn imprisonment ol the in solvent for 2 years, when Ihe truth is t hat t he prisoner is only lobe confined a mffn'ient linn for him to work oul, under Ihe provisions ot I lie act, his line and cost, even if I hat should require only 10 days, audit is furl her provided lhal in no case shall such prisoners be confined for such purpose for term exceeding I wo years. It will 1 1ms be seen that Ihe time anv prisoner can be kepi under lock and key, uiidr I his act, will de pend on the amount of Ins fine, costs and diiiiv exnenses. and the hire thai the dieriH' may be able to contract lor per diem. I have not the act handy lo refer to, but this is mv recollection ol the con text an I efTeel of the act referred lo, and no reference is made there in to Ihe liis-jlvenl net vou mention. J. M. PEUIAM. cieeie mm am beetim. It will be remembered that ome of the lending papers of this State, following the leadership of Senator George, clamored for a Constitutional Convention to do things by party representation that could not, for reasons only to be hinted at, safely and conve niently by the amendment route, all of -which wu contrary to the dric nf that prudent statesman, Gen. Wlthall. And now, after so brief a space of time, those very same papers are the most zealous ia their war upon the Constitu tion, and are doing everything in Uieir power to defeat Gen. George for r election to I he U. S- Senate, beginning their fight upon him for his yeoman service in the rma. tio of that sam Coiwtituli..n. A terrible cyclone has recently swept our State, passing through several counties. It will be a haid matier to esiimate the damage. Strange as it may seem we never have such things here on the coast and it is rare that we ever have any thing approaching a storm. Whether we have been spared these visitations on account of our goodness or not we are not just now prepared to answer, but we don't have them. The convention at MissUwftpI City on the Slh was atone time disturbed by more than the usual noise on such occasions, but Hmid it all there were several members on both sides who admirably pre served iheir equanimity and pro ceeded in an orderly and dignified manner to discharge Iheir duty as delegates. Notable among them was Chas. E. Eventt, of Hands loro, who did not for a moment lose his head, Riluxi Herald. lion of Ihelarmiii!; count rv ot Il linois en rouie. The fanners have commenced to harvest the wheat, ami some of the fields presented a "shocking" sight, but a relief from lhal was lo see large fields of green corn extending as far as the eye could reach until heaven and earth seemed to blend, with noth ing to obstruct Ihe view but a clump of trees here and there. which almost hide from view the lartn houses and which vre plant ed for a pro! eel ion against Ihe bleak winds of ninler. The corn is nnwnlimil waist high, and as il waves in the breeze is certainly beautiful to lo.il; upon. We reached Chicago yesterday evening at 4:50, just 23 hours Irom INew Orleans, a distance of one thousand miles and over. Well, we will consider I hat slow I ravel ing when we get lo using air ships, but il is quite ns last as we want logo, lor we were making fllty seven miles nn hour most ot the day ye-tenlay. We are quartered at Ihe Audito rium Hotel, a new fire proof house about a year old. Its capacity is five hundred guests. I lie fare is good enough for anv country edi tor. There is no kicking among our crowd abonithe aecommodi lions. The holel is silulated on the Lake, and we have a beautilul view of the waler from Ihe dining room, which in on the ninth floor. J here are already here over two hundred editorial brothers and sisters from various parts of the country. This evening we wil! be tendered a carriage ride lo Ihe World's Fair Grounds and Parks, and also par lake of a lunch. We will leave here lo-morrow lor St. Paul on a special train and will stop al Waukushu and Madi son, Wisconsin several hours. Ihese cHios set out Iheir best to our delegation. If no inishao. we win reach our destination luesday morning earlv. I visited Libbv Prison todav. bul do not feel fike writing any- 1111112 aooui it. i saw inanv Con federate relics there, among oilier thing?, a love letter said to have been win ten by Mr. Jeflerson Da vis to his sweetheart, Miss Kate I ay lor, in 1834. T . i on may near irom me again alter the Convention adjourns and we start lor Yellowstone Park. Good bve. Yours, P. K. MAYERS. How is it that the sub-treasury scheme advocacy is such lovely Democratic consistency, while Cleveland is to be read out of the party for his views on the silver question! It strikes us that the Clarion-Ledger should be hss en inusiastic in advocating one, or less harsh incondemning the other, to be on the side of consistency, If toleration is best, let it be toler ation ; but if the party lash is to stand guard on the drawn lines, then draw the line and lay on the lash. Dos 't fail lo real -Sheriff's Sale in today' paper. Capt. S. B. Watts has been nom inated by the Democracy of Laud erdale county as a candidate for Stale Senator. Beings nephew of the editor of Ihis paper we pre sume he is sound on the political issues before the people. We con gratulate him of Ihe honor people have conferred on him. his Judicious advertising saves many falling business, and he cures success in any business. Read nil Noliccs. the new Non-Resident Replying lo (he communication of Hon. J, M. Pelham, memb'r of the Legislature from this county, relative In the editorial in Ibis pa per lasl week,we will slate lhal the article rclerred to was doubtless prompted by the acts and decisions of the officers and attorneys of the county in carrying into effect Ihe act of 1890 in disregard of the in solyent act ol 1882, which provided for the release of prisoners in ten days upon Inking Ihe insolvent oath, and the acls lliemselves were probably not examined or the de cisions bearing upon I hem. The present writer was al first inclined to think lhal Mr. Pelham might be correct, having casually examined Ihe act of 1SD0, but in formed Mr. Pelham lhal if he was in error he should hear from us editorially, and ho must take the chances of an off hand communi cation. We concede lhal Mr. Pelham is correct in regard to I ho- possibilit y of a prisoner getting his release in a much shoiler space of lime than I wo years, if he it hired ' out, and the editorial'of last week relerred to did not deny lhal proposition. but simply failed lo mention that fact, the special complaint being that il had proven to be scarcely possible to obtain emploj-ers for convicts, ihe result being in eveiy such case of nnn-emplnyment I wo 3'ears imprisonment, howaver small the offense, and such must be the necessary consequence unless Mr. Pelham is correct about the insol vent act being repealed. II he is rifiht he lia? very high authority against him. In ihe case ol ex parte McDaniel decided by the Supreme Court in Jjnnary, 1891, Judge Campbsll de livering Ihe opinion of the court, lhal court decided in substance as follows, (we quote Ihe silibtts as il is borne out by the decision) : "Act Miss. 1890, 0. 80, enlitled "An act lo provide for hiring pris oners Fenlenced lo fine and im prisonment in tho county jail of certain counties, and making no provision for Ihe discharge of pris oners who are not hired out within ten days, by implicit ion repeals, as lo the counties to which it re fers. Act March 0, 1882, which provides lhal prisoners may, if not hired out wi'hin ten days, make a schedule of their properly under oalh and be discharged." 1 hu was a case of commitment in default of the payment of a fine of $25, and Ihe money must come or an employer or the two years in jail. " Pnrru inl to previous notice, Ihe Democracy l Greene county mel en masse, ntLeaktsvilleon Friday, July 10th, lor the purpose id' elect ing delegates lo Ihe State and Dis trict Conventions. The meeting was called lo order by Dr. Sam Pool, chairman of (lie County Jixecutive Committee. Udoii mnlion Hon. Johnathan Kitirell was elected chairman nnd 1. E. Brel.nid secretary. A motion lo elect delegates lo Ihe Siale Convention In nominate Railroad Commissioners being in order, Dan Au-Lenil and L, II. Eu banks were elected, Willi I. E. Bre land. J. D. Turner as alternates, and instructed lo cast Iheir votes for our present incumbents. I.E. Breland was Ihen elected delegate lo the District Conven tion and instructed In cast his vote lor our faithful and won by incum bent, lion, J. II. Neville, for Di3 tnct Attorney. It was Ihen announced bv Ihe chair, that Mr. N. C. Hill, nf Ellis ville, acandidaie for Ihe Stale Senate, was present and desired lo make the people a talk. Mr. Mill Ihen made a speech in which he gave his views on some of the most important issues that would likely present themselves before the next term of the Sen- ale. Mr. McLaurin, being the only candidate for Railroad Commis sioner present, deidined making a speech, but thanked Hie citizens of Greene cnuniv for Ihe unani moos endorsement which thev gave him. Upon motion, the lemporarv chairman and secretary f lion. J. Kilirell and I.E. Brelaud) were made permanent chairman nnd secretary of the county executive committee. Die chair then appointed Ihe fol lowing gentlemen as members of ihe executive committee : District 1. Dan McLeod. G. W. Turner. District 2. L A. Avera. Theo. Plait. District 3 J. A. Smith. W. W. W.il lev. District 4 John Mcintosh. L. II. Eubanks. District 5 E. W. McLeod. Jno. Doughdrili. There being no other business the meeting adjourned, sine die. I. E. Bkeland, Sec y. OCEAN SPMNUS NEJVS. uthehed by ran "reporter" for THE DE.flOf R.IT-KT.IR. I OBITUARY. day MARINE. Office or run Dkmociut-Star, I Pascaooula, July 17, isai. I Report for llo week endiug July 16tb. KXTERKD. Am icb Hawler, Kelly, 225 tons, from Harana. 13th mat. Am acb Mabel Hooper. Hooper, 585 toat from Sajrna, l:lih inst. An acb Millm Williams Kacker. Si tout from Vara (Jrus. Mtu inar. Nor bit Crown I'rrinca. Audoraoo, 57i toot from Uio Juuoho, loin iuat. ClJtAUkU. Am acb Lens K. 8torer, A 8odrrrrota. for Coatzacolcaa, by L. N. Daotxler Lnaiber Co., wilu feet of lumber valued at $2,704. Assorted cargo valued at (140.94. inat. Nor bit Ax, O. D. Gnlbnadaon. for Bor deaux, by Dotiald BitMk, with 373.01 feetol lumber rained at $7,050, 13th iuat. Am ahip Fawa. E. Hopkina. for Granse- moutu. Bet., by Douald Brua. with 77, 008 feet of lumber valued at ftJuO, 15th inst. Am ach L. N. Dantler. If. Inner f. Key Wear, hf L. N. Dintilrr Lumber Co. with 15,n00, leet at lamber. I Ota mat. Now news of interest. The weather dry an 1 wa-m. Sailing parlies are every auairs. Melons, pears, peaches, gnpes and love unnles are nleciilui jiii I of good quality. Ihe entertainment given at the riremens Hall on ihe Dili, iv ih ladies ol the I'resb terian Uliuivl was a success linancially and uih erwise. Ihe entertainment given on the in n. inr tne oenetit. ol I lie (Jailio lie Cuurcn, was also a success. .... itis said ire summer luhts are on. Three or four lisl-a-eulTs are rumored to bavo come olf. As there bas been no judicial pro ceeiling in any of ihe cases, it is difficult to know whether any re liaiice can be placed on the re ports. Messrs. Parker Earle and Sons have purchased the pear crops of A. 11. Miaunon and Mrs. luchard son and are shipping lo northern markets, lie pear crop here be ing earlier I ban Ihe Calilorma fruit crops, gives the shippers a margin for large prolils. The vineyard of Messr. Earle and Sons is a wonderful fight to behold, and cannot be surpassed uus sine oi oaniornia. it covers a large irea, embracing many acres, and every vine of all the different varieties is loaded loit full capacity with the finest and most lucious grapes that can be produced in any country. rsoiices are posted alxmt town for a public meeting to be held at Ihe Firemen's Hail on lhe22d to adopt measures for building the wcean springs puuiic school house. The undertaking has a fair pros pect of success. Three achooneri had a race here last Sunday. The result has not yet been ascertained. Naxmk Kktki.lk Kamsat wim born N.,v. tl, loTIi, Hu.: Jirtl July lOtli, 191. Kmiiiio was a very )mftiilar young lmly wua lovud nud uduiinwl by all who koew liur. Ami n one knew her but to love lii-r. A aweet iil, juut bloonnug Into woiiiuiiIiimmI. Hlie was drowned while bathing in HI un" Creek ubont. A oVI ck on Friday evening. Her body wua recovered at 6 o'clock on Saturday morning. On 8undny all of the neighbors, and those from r distunce uaaeublmt ut the reaidttnee nf her futher, Mr. A. V. Kant any, to pay tin laat tribute of respect ta Alius Nannie. Farewell Nannie. A light from our hnnatdiold gone ; A voice we loved in still ; A plitce ia vacant ut our beurlh, Vliii b never can be filled. A gentle heart that throbbed to-day, With teuderiieaa nil love, Una huahed its weury throbbing hero To tli rob in II i n vrn ubove. Y en to the home, where ungels uro, Iter trusting aoiil has lied And yet ; we bend above the tomb, Willi tuurs, nnd cull her (tend. We cull her dead, but ah ! we I; now bliu sleeps where living waters How. A Fiiikxd. Veu Idrertiaeuient. .oii-!teiilfiit Ivolicc. Tiik Statu ok Missisnippi To Stephen Williams: Yon urn commanded to appear before the I'luiiK'oi'.y Court of the County ol Juckaou, in said State, oil the 3rd Monday of August, 181)1, to defend the suit in laid court of Hen licttu. Williams, wherein yon are n de fendant. W. M. DENNY. Clerk. July 17, 1H. sl-5t I'on-Resident Notice. Tint State or Mississippi. To Andrew Cook : lou are uereuv coninuturled to aniiear oniore me uuuncery Lonri ot tne county nf Jackson, iu said State, on tho 3rd Monday of August, 1891, to dvfend the suit inaaid rotirt of Phillia Cook, wherein yon are a defendant. W. H. DISKS, Clerk. July 17, im. 21-51 lYon-ircftirivnt Notice. Tun Statu ok Mississippi. To I.eroy Morgan : You nre commanded to nnpenr before Mid Chancery Court of the Couiitv tif Jai k.Him, in miid State, on the 3rd Mondag of August, 1891, to deleud the suit in auid court nf Angie Morgan, wherein yon are a defendant. W. M. DKNNY, Clerk. July 17. 1p!U. 81-At. THE MOST VALUABLE j 2on-Reident Notice. 1 h Static ok Mississippi To Frederic Beiroera : Yoa. arc commanded to annear Wm tfaa Chaucery Court of tba Cooaty of ""i eaiu out i, on id 3rd Monday of Amgutt, 1891, to defeod the itit ia aaid coart of Charles u. wood, wherein yoa ara a defendant. IV XI rti-vv-v i - i July 17, 1891. git ftou-ICcfcident Notice. Thk State or Ui.-wiacirn. To Thercao Goelzert Yoa are faerebr cited ta mnur h.r tho Chancery Conrt of the Statoafoieaaid, oa t ba 3rd Monday of AnguL 1891. Ibea and thrta to wer tba petitioa ol W. M. Deanv. Ad ntniatratnr nf th.. of Thereat Goelaer, deeeaaed, for tba sale of eertaia lands to pay debts dao from aaid eaUte. tba permal property thereof beina; into flic icoi therefor. Givea under any baud at Rcrsutoa, this 11th day of Jaty. A. D., 11. W. H. UfcXST, Clerk. July 17, 11. .' - Mn. 1'lxiAli Dri.K.KY, Chrniiht and Drug- git, New Oi leans, Ln. : lU-un in It is with great pleasure that I lien by certify to tie virtue of your uioHt valuable remedy, the Indian Ykgk taiii.k Ft nmi-TiiK. 1 have been n suffer- r i'f Viilaiia mid its complications, heuioiiliiij;e, Ac, Ac, confined to my lied and room, suffering untold agonies fur the long period of turkb vrars, dur ing which time I waa under tho treatment of many uble physicians, who gave me Ihe re medio generally used in snch cases, but lo no avail. I was finally luilucetl by Doctor I'arra to try your Ixuiax Ykuktabi.k Fkbkikugk. Thanks to your wonderful remedy, (which I can never praiae too highly), lam now again able to attend to my business, and enjoy once more l lie blessings of life. Very Respectfully, (Signed,) ALCIDE JOSEPH, Nn. 33 St. Bernard Ave., near Marias St., New Orleans, La. Sept. ST., 1890. 31-ly LAND NOTICE. LAXDOrricATjA.KsoX , Notice U hereby gin . ' in.K named settler Ima filed mln? tun" intention to make 8n prL ? " "in f biaeiaim, and lat K'"f made lfr Ihe Circui? Cle rtfr T" connly at Scrantoii. tim ... iV""'" IrtUl, via: ' ' ou J"l)r lit, Fi-ederick K Krohn, l,,m.. , !,4I8 for the west,. 0'mtheZ ??X 11, township 6 south. rangeTli"0" Ha name. tha followi,?K wintL. prove hia cent In no,,, residence cultivation of said lund vit" ' ' ,n,l Wesley Cox, Henry DeLanev B. ganlSeymonrund Rolrt Crutiii"1" of Oceau Springs P. o Mi " McKkk.. RTOeive7. KKKR'i-tr. June :, lcttfl. j lit LAND NOTICE. LaxdOfmck atJaiK(m,.v.Miiii( , June 5, j Notice is hereby given that the r..i'i ug named Settler has tiled I ,. Je ,"' intention to make final piouf i, I, " hia claim. .....I that Saul r before the Circuit Clerk jjf wul'i" rtcrM"to"' 00 J'fi Charlotte Goff, Homestead N for the southeast section if, Umf"i south, range 7 west. 'r4 He names the following witim, t prove bis continuous residenue uimu ,i cultivation ot said land, vii- W. H. Lawrence, Silas Grant,' Is,,. Lawrence nnd James llelvestion ,,r Aiuciicus P.O., Miss. ' 1 MchKK, Kecoiver. " June S, 111. jBt P- 0. Turner & Co., MAM'FACTUHKIIS OK Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moulding, Bit II listers, Door and Window Frames, Brackets, Etc. REGULAR SIZES IN STOCK. Dealers iu Builders' Hardware. Gbu. Putty and Pure Mixed Paints. F. V. TURN lilt & CO., CORNER ST . ANTnoXT lfnl,:i A 1 ASH WATEKSTKEKTH, iUOOHC, Aid. April 30, Irtll. lv John J. Driscoll, DEALER IX Staple & Fancy Groceries, C&aaed Goods, Wines 6s Liquors, CK.AKS & TOBACCO . A Specialty. 225 227 3. Samptrt and 253 Giro! Stt., NEW ORLEANS. LA. Jauoary 8. 11. 5-1? E. W. MORRILL, IXSURAXCE -:- MEX?, CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR, BILOXI, MISS. Kepresents the best Fire anil Manns Insurance Companies, with aggregats capital of over Sixty Millions, nil ( which have complied wilu tlie laws nl Ids State of Mississippi, thus giving a perfect gnaiantee to the insured. ClVH. KxrtlNKKItlNG ANh RraVKVISO also attended In. and nui)is of Titwimsiiil Tracts of Lund haudsoinely and correctly liuide. Those desiring my attention in eilWr line nf linsinraa will pleuso adilmas iuo ( Uiloxi, Miss. OdoherlU. 1H90. .13-ly ONLY MANUFACTURERS OF THE WELL KNOWN wm BBS TOBACCO. Munufacturera of and Wholesale Deulei-s in ALL KINDS OP TOBACCOS, CIGARS & SMOKERS' ARTICLES. COR. DECATUR and UR8UL1NES 6TS.. NEW ORLEANS, LA. November 8. 190. 37-ly MILLINERY, BOTH STYLISH AND CHEAP, At Mrs. E. B. Blackells, PASCAGOULA STREET. All the Lastest Stylet in Straw Shape and Toques, LOWEIt THAN CITr PRICES. Orders from Coast nronintlv filled. Hat" aeut C. O. D. aud ezcbaugeil if not aali Scrantoii, Nov. 88, 1W. C. H. ALLEY. SOUTH SIDE RAILROAD, CORSEIt DEL 31 AS J VKSCE ASD FREDERICS ST HCRANTON, MISS. DEALER IX Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes Choice Family Groceries, FEED, HARDWARE. ETC. Stationery a specialty, o Fbotckeb's celebrated garden seed; PA TROSA GE SOLICITED. SA TISFACTIOS G UABASTEED. CtTGowls Dellverrd Free ol Charge May 0. 1801. ll-M TEEED03 C02TQUEEED AT LAST! , . -. PA1XT TOUR BOATS AND WHARVES WITH CARBOLINEUM 58 per c Better ni Ctcapcr M CompreSaXi Creosote or For Sale ByW. M. CANTY, Scranton, Miss. Fmr fmrther imlrmtmti mud ciremimrt, m4rt CARBOLINEUM WOOD PRESERVING ou., 104 Oravicr St., NEW OU LEANS, LA. 10-ly May 1, im.