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Hi., as second I'luiwwiiul matter.
" p.X MAYORS, Proprietor.
VKIUA'Y July 17, 1X91.
LOCAL NEWS.
loal Mites 10 Cents i Line for Each Insertion,
Tims-Table L. & N. R. R.
a
rajsiaissi
Ww Time-Tablo Louisville Ulltl NlUill
ville Railroad, which took etlect Sunday,
May W, Mti '
GOING KAST.
Leaves New Orlonns lit H:25 p.
Hi. Ariivi'D nt.Kcrimt.oii at 11:45 p. m. Ar
rives t Mobile ut 1:01 . in.
4.I,eiiv' New Orleans ut 8:03 n m.
Arrives ut Seraiiton nt 11:41 u. m. Arrives
t Mobile at 1:10 . in.
S. (i. Leave New Orleans nt 7:30 p.m.
Arrives lit Seruntnii Ht 111:55 p. m. Arrives
ly M'lliilJUt 110 I'.uu
GOING WK8T. '
flTv. 1. Leaves Mobile nt 12:30 p. m.
AmvPBiit Scranton nt 1:30 p. in. Arrive
lit New Orleans t 7:30 p. til
No. :(. leaves Mobilii Ht 3:00 a. m. Ar
rive nt Kerniiton nl 4:10 . in. Airives
at Ni-w Orleans nt 7--10 a. in.
No. 5. Leaves Mobile tit 2:15 p. m, Ar
rives HI. ncillllLon nt. ji. mi. aiiiyis
nt New Orleans ut 7:iMI p. m.
Gko. J. Santa Cum, Station Ag't.
CANDIDATES
ELECTION, TUE3DAT, NOV. 3, 1891.'
Our terms fur announcing Candidates for
office are as follows : State and District, f la ;
County, 10 j Beat,?.",.: No announcement will
be published unless accompanied by the Cash.
Positively no deriatloir'froin thia lonjt-entab-lislied
rule.: fulls on persons to become Can
didate will be published at regular advertising
rates. :;;- '.. P. ;:-.
mcicoiu Bum in ir.lt roi.it
. fLElB ELGATTl.
FOR DISTRICT A TTORXET-Snd DUtrM.
We are authorized to announce
MR. JAMES II. SEVILLE
aa a Candidate for re-election' to the office of
District Attorney of the Second Judicial Dis
trict, at the November election, subject to the
action a.. Democratic partv. :. ;
-J. Y. Morgan sell fliingles.
..Watermelon arc gelling cln-ap.
Sunday picnics on tiij beach ai-o
bt'cotnliiff quite fashionable. . ,
A cool wave si nick us Sal unlay.
Welcome, intlccil come again.
The foundation!,) being laid for
Mr. ''core' rosKlviico on I'ascagoula
street.
Miss Nclscna Nelson ha returned
from Starkville, where hho lias lieen
visiting for some, weeks.
Cap). James Smith is making
conic iiccilvil Improvements across l!,n
ditches near his bar-room.
The baseball gaino buhver-n (lie
Hoopers, nl Mobile, and the Scruiitons
tailed to materialize In -a Sunday.
Mrs. Ada Henly has arrived from
New Orleans to spend tlio tin miner at
Iter cliarui ug summer retreat, Villa
Add.
Mr. II. II. Hall, a prominent
lawyer ol Xew Orleans, visited Ia
oiiirnti I u lust week, thiO guest of Mr-.
L. W. O'Uotiiicll. "
Mr. S. T. Ilaviland was mado
ciiiineiillv happy last Sunday by the
uitivuI of a bouncing bov In Call liim
pupa. Wn extend coujjralulalioiis.
SlierifT Fi hii li .11. Lewis took with
liim to Jackson last Tuesday an es
tHied eui'vlef from lliw penitentiary
to bn replaced behind tho walls.
- Wo are are sorry lo learn of the
illness of Mr. tieorire Thompson, but
we, in conjunction with hU many
friend j, hope, for hi speedy rce ivory,
Col. W. U. Stewart, of Oecan
Spring, gave u a short vilt last
n.ttiirila v. Col. SlnwHft H 71 vcars
old and U as lively as a cricket. Call
again, Colonel. , :'.
-Somo ppoplo have been prayinv:
lr rain tliroiitt hout Ihtf country, and
"onto hive overdone the thiiir, but wo
believo WO have just about bit it
rijrlu. , '
Petticoats and cowhides and i?iiii,
pretty wifu with talc ot woe, monkey
husiiiess 4iid servant t'rl, created a
deep iiinlcrciineiit of exeilcmcut and
a scandal in hijrh life whisperiiigly
supprcsscd here last Sunday.
Our town since llio Knurl h has
been lemarkablv dull, very lew peo
ple being seen on llio streets. As it is
the laborers in tho shlppinjr llr.it U
missed it is no bad sign, for they .will
liavcbisr swads when they couioin.
If your country cousin is visiting
Yo.i and this paper is not tip with ln
cxcitcuiRiit to make local mention of
the event, please x?ne Die slip, an
lliocdilor-iu-elilr;f is abeut, tho sub.
i-lr and the sub's aid is poorly posted
va movements In the social circle '
--Tho Presbyterian Church at thia
n'jir, Mt. J. I Ostrom builder, is
Ut "'7 completion, so far as the pres
ent contract ffoca. The Daplist Church
I'M lis frame up and we.it herboarded,
"1 if tho workmen progress as well
they have been it will soon be fin
ished. .'
FOR SESJTOR-Ut Srmtorial DMrkt.
We are authorized to announce
MR. HORACE HLOOMFIEI.D,
of Jackaonounty, as a Candidate for re-election
to the office of .State Senator from the
First District, composed of the counties
of Hancock, HainHson and Jackson, subject to
the action of the Democratic party.
FOR FLO J TIC R.
M'e are authorized to announce
MR. M. A. McCI.AUGIIERTV,
of Harrison county, as a Candidate for Floater,
to represent the counties of Harrison and Jack
son in the next Legislature, subject to the
action of tiie Democratic party.
JACKSON COUNTY
For Representative,
w GEORGE W. DAVIS...':
For Clerk of the Courts,
W. M. DENNY.
t ' ; ,
- - For Sheriff,
F. II. LEWIS. ,
For Treasurer,
J. W. STEWART.
For Assessor,
(Announcement fee not paid.)
1 For Surveyor,
(Announcement fee not paid.)
For Superintendent of Education,
- DR. II. L. H0WZE.
"1 For Coroner and Ranger,
I.' (Announcement fee not paid.)
For Board of Supervisors, Beat S,
DR. J. K. McLEOD.
When our littlo ailiiir Heel, eou
oinliiu of iliu Flora (i, Mwjfi'w '. nml
Teaser, left hereon t ! ft li iimt. lor
tlio rae' course at Ioiiil Clear, it re
minded im ut til t lu David who went
nut to iioht tho rreat "hut (Joliah,
and the result was very near the
same.
Our boats ninl oiily atiaincd tlieir
reputation as fast, h.it added to their
laurals by caitiiriiir every prizo they
coiitested for. 'J'lin Flora (.. Matruio
1'. hikI Teaser were-all third tla
boats, and r when' hey arriyed at
Point Cleur, liny found that they
were tlio oiily bunts there of that class
to enter' the first day's race. It was
then agreed that the third class prizes
be addod to tho second class prizes
and that lliey enter with llio second
class boat. Tho Flora G. took tho
lead in tho start, with the i'lianiom
feeoiid and the Ma-foio P. third. The
Phantom capsized on rounding tho
first slake, and tho Flora G., with a
BiilT breeze blowing and under tho
skillful management of Mr. Walter
Uaulicr, completed tho Irianirlo and
came in the winner, bcilin nut only
her own coinjiclitoi-s, but beating the
winner of the lirsl class boats by over
ten minutes. Tho Maggie P., Mr. I).
F. Pickett, owner, came in second.
Tlio Teaser was unable to cuter i n this
race as bur commander, Capt. S. It.
Thompson, was eleclod one ol the
judges.
The second day's raco wssfurlho
Mobile Yacht Club Cup, for Mobilo
boats only. Tho Phantom won in
this race with the Siren second.
The third and last davs' regatta was
a brilliant closn to tho Rue spurt. At
least Olin tlintlgjpil pppivlo wllnotanil
MOSSPOIHTDEPiRTMtHT.
LOCAL DIRECTORY.
CliiircliPK.
Mktiiokist Krv. C. A. Powell, pastor.
Preaching every Sunday. Prayor meet
ing evi-i'v Tlimwiay evening.
Pl!KBYTKi:nx Kev. 1. it. livers, pu.
tor. I'ruuehiug nvery nabliath l'raor
luuet.iiig every Wetluemluy night.
PiftiHiing at Hcranton every third tfnn
day ut 4 p. in.
I'oHtofllcc and Malls.
; ARRIVAL AND DKPARTUHK Of MAIM.
from Siranlon Arrives nt H.m. and
l:4 p.m. Departs ut 10:1.", a.m. and
4:4." p . m .
Lmkeirille Haute Arrives on Mondays.
Wednchdnys mid Fiitlitys at. 12 in., aud
departs same days nt ltJ::l0 a.m.
F. H. CASTANERA, P. M.
TO HBO It HAT f 0.1CER1.
We will esteem it ns a favor if ny one
In Moss I'oiit or vicinity, who know of
anything of interest to onr readers in that
place, will coinniniiicnte t'je same direct
to the Dkmockat-Star office Scriinfon,
or leave the same either nt Dnntxler &
Evans', E. W. Manahan & Co.'s. J. W.
Stcwuit's drugstore or E. Bloomtleld &
Co.'s store, on Tuesdays or not later than
Wednesday evening of each week.
PERSONAL. GENERAL
And Other Note- Gathered From Various
Source'.
tho race. Tho Flora G. entered sec
ond class, llio Maggie P. iwl Teaser
entering third class. 'Tho Flora G.
won first prizo on lime allowance.
Tho Teaser captured first prize in the
third class on lime allowance, the
Magjjlo. P. second. - t
Our boatmen, are no great blower.
but the boat that gets away with
Ihem must certainly fly through (he
water.
The commodore and members of
the Pascaoula Yacht Club in atten
dance at the. regatta fpeak in high
pra i so of Commodore Van Liew and
the judges for their justness and po
licucs in the general management ot
tl'.c regatta, giving satisfaction gcucr.
ally.
UTHOLIC CH1PEL C0CERT.
THE PlfVlf.
Tho picnic last Wednesday at Pas-
cniroiila. el veil for the benefit of tho
Scranlou public sehool building, was
largely attended. Tho enlertiiiiiiiig
font ure, cousis'iug of tho ordinary
pienh festivities, together with a bao
ball ifanm bit ween the Scranlou and
Moss Point . hi nr, a boat race am)
sack race, seemed to b'i highlv enjoy,
ed, and lite holiday wound up wiili a
dance at night.
As wo haven't I i mo or spare for
special mention of these difT'ivul fea
tures, we will only state that the boat
race was won by tho Flora G. in 1
hour; 4 mill. 4j sec, closely followed
by the Dun, which eamn in 1 ait i it. and
1 sec. later, which mado it inter-
e-ilmg. The Scranlou nine won the
bad game again! Moss Pol-it nine by
6 to 3. We have not vet heard as to
tho net proceeds realised for tlio bene
fit of the school building.
,""Mr.Cha. E. Event I, of Ilmids
boro, was bete Sslnrday and Sunday
tlilintr his brother at I ho residence
' Mr. H. D. Evcritf. He was suffer
,nI with a cold In tho head, brought
" pet lisps by, his bead keeping too
C00' Hie Harrison county conven
Tburtday. ...
Uct. ). o. nyeni pi-racii-d S'in
"nncrnoon in the McthodistChiiich
qnile a jowl coiisregaliou. Af.t
j'reachliijr, tho members of the church
Wd a mectiiij. and elc:lcl Mr. J.
'''i lo tl,o posit Ion of elder. It
I) arrange.1 that mecihig of
J jneinoer be held at the residence
jMtxDrsgfoiiTT.u.-iidaT evening,
'"'r 23r,l,,t7 wYl.ick, to bear and
' llw report of the buildiug and
eoiiimitiee, and discuss plans
addilioiialfMud for com
'b ew eh"rcit -HliUer, upon
fctde C"tl","T",,le progress lias been
, , Th'mall congregation, h.iv-.
the-T"" tllU e",crPric of. erectfug
ihhT' h CI-!,1, co'Uinen'd,
Vir"1'' ' WimU ,lie" "vsi lu,
, ,a "plctcilic wrk in
f-Laja. ...
Mis Ida Cox. of Mobile, came
overMondav to sjiid a few weeks
visiting ihb family of her brother, Dr.
Dr. W. A. Cox loft Tuesday night
for St. Louis on a plcasuro trip w ild
Moltile. Jriends. '.' W wish him a
'Aasaut v 'nit and safe return.'
A Kemembcr tlui.lho Hoard of Su
pervisors meet on the 1st Monday in
August, when the only op-mi-limity
for corrsotlng the assessment roll will
bcpiescuted Ibis year. If vour lands
are not properly assessed it is t lie Jut y
of the Uoard at litis niecliug to cor
rect it oiithtVoll. If your lands are
assessed to another by t lie fault of the
assessor or yourself, or a purchase bv
von since the assessment, you should
give ten days notice to the parly lo
whom they are assessed and apply lo
this meeting of lite Uoard lohavu the
proper change mido. Thia i mai
ler, of iinpoiiaiicc Hint Ux-psycr
should not forget or neglect.
With a population of tome 1,500,
with several hundred edcl,lo chil
dren of ihc free school age and Irco
school ignorance, with an Odd Fel
low' llali casting some $5XWor more,
u equipped lire company Cri
men' ball, yscbt club with costly
yachls, four Pnttc sjtant cl.uirhe bnill
by the enterprise' and ontsidU rM
ctergctically olicltnl by a member
ship scarcely eacceiTmg in average of
15.acJiU(l . Calhuli tUnreh and
aaOirtyslecclle.'-rii'this aeclion
of country, '. tooiH painj' si range
lo bear nchool patrons talk about the
impossIbiWy of bittldiiij fir(-las
lwo-:nrr public arho"-! building, with
tunic $500 and a lot to alart wiili-
The garden par'y and concert given
ut the residence of Mr. Dean, nt Pas
eiigouln, last wei k, while not ft suc
cess financially, by reason of the in
clciueiit weal her, was none tho lcs
flu occasion of (ho greatest social en
joyment by I hose who were so lorlu-
uato as to be prescM. Mr. Wehr
ni:inii, id New Orleans, the young
and talented violin virluso, executed
some of his own beautiful composi
tions with matchless laslo and cor
rectness. Mr. Dure!, tho baritone
soloist, charmed every ono with bis
renditions, while Mr. Brown, of Mo
bile, and Miss A.! Krebs, of our own
town, and Mr. Jones, of Ne Orleans,
gave additional interest lo llio enter
tainment. Bv request of luanv who
were uo present, the concert will be
repeated at I he new Calholio Chapel
at Fascagoula, on Wednesday, the
22 nd of this month. Messrs. Wchr-
manii, Dtttcl and Unmet will again
appear iictore our .nt,lic ami we
should wish every one to participate
of I ho' music feast, to be set before
them. Principal among tlio sllruc
lions of tho evening will be Mis Her
maize, the most cultivated soprano-of
iho CrcMicnt Ciiy.' Be sure to come.
The concert lakes place July 22, 1S9I,
at Iho Catholic Chapel of Pascaguula,
and for its benefit. A lawn parly,
with ' rcfiebliincii's, completes Iho
progi aininft. ,.' k , .
Peaches arc plentiful.
Court circles are conijiaratively
quiet this week.
Many of our good people are attend
ing cam;) meeting.
Mr- W. C. Palmes is circulating
among bis friends lids week. .
Mr. W. Fred I ierrin mado several
shipments of pears this week.
Mr. D. O'Giivnu has taken lo (he
.voods Ibis week for several days.
Kev. J. A. Green will preach in llio
aptist Church next Sunday at 10:30
i. in.
Wliilo business prospects arc not
lazzliug, yet nil Iho mills keep run
dug. Mr. James A. Harris, of Citrouellc,
Ilia., is down hero on a visit lo his
family. r
Mr. John M. Cudabae, of Meridian,
is spending a few day, with friends
hero this week.
I Messrs. J. J. Mcintosh and O. C.
Cowan made a flying trip to Mobilo
tills week on business. ( ?)
Misses Eninia and Xellio Pinder, of
Key West, Fla., are vldiing the fami
ly of Capt. John Albert.
Mr. M. M. Watkins, of Wcstslde,
iss., greeted old friends here the
e irly part of Ill's week.'
Notwithstanding the caiiipuiecling
I ev. C. A. Powell will preach in Iho
N ethodist Church as iimiuI on Sunday
next.
i What's the matter with the Thes
pian Society ? A dramaliu entertain
ment under their aiihpices would be
much enjoyed.
Choico Family Groceries, Feed,
new slock of Dry Goods, Shoes,
Gents' Straw Hals ut John F. Krkbs'
Variety Store.
Get your II Kiwonn of A. Illumor
k Sous, and gel it now while lliey arc
e'll'tg ill reduced prices. Twill keep
till winter and grow heller all the
1 1 mo. JVnir't the lime to buy and
save iiioik-v.
Miss Mi in Id Durham, of Mi-ridinn,
Miss., is vUiiing friends here. She i
I lie guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. Bloom
he'd. Miss Durham lg no stranger
here, having mado many warm
friends upon Iho occasion of her form
er visit a year or I wo ago.
E. W. Manahan & Co. have ft lot of
standard prints lhat they are offering
al 6c per yard. Also a large and well
assorted slock of shoes, which can be
bought al reduced prices. Como early
and secure good bargains.
A tasty nud beautiful pulpit set,
consisting ot pulpit desk, lamp-stands
and three chairs, ornaments Iho Pres
byterian Church, (he gift of Mr. and
Mrs. F. II. Wilson and a few others.
They are much admired by all who
sco them.
Tho llypathcan Society bad the
pleasure upon the occasion of its List
meeting, of welcoming a former mem
ber, Mrs. Dr. Izard, nee Miss Emma
Danl.Ier, of Meridian, Miss., who is
hero on a short visit. Tho Society
appreciates llio opportunity of extend
ing fraternal greetings to its former
members, and hope to have thia
pleasure oft repeated.
The Ilypatheau Society held its last
meeting at the residence of Mr. L.
M. Hand. Every one enjoyed them
selves very much. The next meeting
will be held at the residence of Mr.
II. M. Cudabae, Friday evening, July
2Iih. The following is the program
for the evening :
Essay : Mr. J.J. Mcintosh.
Instrumental Solo: Miss A. M.
Hyatt.
Heading: Mrs. G. W. O'Neill.
Vocal Solo: Miss Annie Carter.
Kccitaiiou: Miss Mamie Denny.
Instrumental Duett: Messrs. J. .'I.
and P. E. Blumcr.
Heading : Itev. D. O. Byers.
Vocal Sulu: Miss Flora iitdabac.
Heading: Miss Maggie Mcintosh.
Kccitaiiou ; Mr. W. A. Coulsou.
Musie: By orcbesiru.
Author: Anonymous.
Tlio quotations and program may
be as diversified as the members do
sire lo make them.
IRA W. I'OliTKIt. President.
K. 0. JlLAlK, 8oc'lv and Treuatirer.
Porter & Blair Hardware Co.,
NO. 7, NOKTII WATKIS ST.,
KEEP IN STOCK A FIXE LINK OF
Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Wood
Moulding, Window Class, Wagon Materials, Cuns
and Gun implements, Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Woodenware, Tinware, Mill Supplies,
Rubber Belting of a high grade,
Acorn and New Delight. Cooking and Hetttilig Stoves, Garden Tools. Agricultural
Implements, Grain Cradles and Rcytlles, Hartman Steel Pickol Fence,
Cheap, Durable and Beautiful.
Prices Pensionable nlfd Satitjfiiclion Gun ran feed.
April IT, 1801. 8 ly
THIS IS A REMINDER I
We have them on baud anil will have them the eDtire Season.
TIIE ALASKA 11EFRIGERATOK,
The best made and will use less ice than any other.
THE DOMESTIC REFRIGERATOR
A cheaper refrigerator, but a very good one.
The Cfltbralcd White Jtltuniain Ice Cream fftetert
The best uu the market. .
W have u full Hue of Cooking School Novelties, also a complete lirto of Hard
ware, Tinware und Crockery. Anything in the House t mulshing Line you can
always liud at. our store. Ct'ill and see tor yourself. It cost uotlliug to come to son
ns, aiid we take greut pleasure in showing you what we have.
C. S. PARTRIDGE & CO.,
SSI Dniipliin St., MOtSILG, ALA.
October 31. 18'J0. .
3Cly
PARKER EARLE & SOUS,
Ocean Springt, ,7IiM.,
Manufacturers of YELLOW TINE
. Our logs are baaled direct to mill,
so lumber is not water soaked.
Order Solicited from all Coast Towns.
July io. im. 20-tf
Non-Kesirient Notice.
; The Statu ok Mississippi.
To M. D. Eussell i
You are hereby commanded t3 appear
the Chancery Court of the County of
jacKsou, hi said state, on rue
3rd Monday of August, 1891,
to (Intend tho suit iu suid Court of C. II,
Wood, wherein yon are a defendant..
W. M. DENNY, Clerk.
July 10, 1891. !W-4t
JYoii-ltesidciit JYofice.
BiloxtlteriiU?. Mr ! Vincent ; Boa,
of Scranlou, was iir Biloxi last Sun
day, the g'icst of M. Perez J. Ira
Ford, of Iho firm ' of Ford & Ford,
attoriicySjScrauion, was among Biloxi
visitor this week. Mm. It. A. Van-
cleave, of Scranlou, spent several
day Ibis wtck in Biloxi, the guest of
her tool her, Mrs. E. A. Lang.
The following i a list ot officers of
tho Scranlou Lodge No. 4 I. O-
O. P., lor the Icrm ending Decern tier
31. 1891 1 J. W. Mead. X. G.? W. A.
Cox, V. G. ; V. S. Stewart, Scc'y.;
B. J. Jane, treat. ; C. L. Luce. chap. ;
W.J. Gamer, K.S.; J. P. Fux, I
S. : J. Bioudum, W. : S. II. Bugge, C. ;
V. XI. Grab.ain, B, S. S. V. Bo. I
S.S.;J. II. Bulla, O. G.;G. Torjti-
aon, I. G. ; C II. Swain, It S. lo V.
G.;C. 11. Del mas, L. S. In V. G.
Trusteeav; It, W. K Mead, C. l.
Stewart.
i-Mow J. lit Ford. F. II. Lewi
and Gcorgo Maliiieu, of Scranlnn,
and Hon. C. II. Wood, of Mns Point,
delegate from this county t the
Deniocrafti Sla'f L'ouX Oitfion. left on
Ihc'early train Tudiy morning Tor
JacLtoH lo-attend the Convention.
Tlicy are- tilwrm-tid-t-J'ard-id
Democrats, and undiT tLe leadership
ol the Bight (loner tie George Math
icu,a veteran ,ionecr of (wlitical ma
agcmcnl, bearing the cr of many a
frav. Hie intcmt of old Jackson U in
f hand.
IMrs. Mollio B. Griffln, of Meridian,
Miss., with her I wo littlo daughters,
Lela and Allecn, are visiting, Col. W.
Grifliii this week.
Quito a number of boat rowing
pkrlic Ibis week In honor ol llio
ybmig ladies lhat havo been visiting
friends and relatives.
Mrs. B. B. Bordon and daughter,
Mrs. M. Watkins,' returned a few
days since from a several weeks' visit
to relatives in Feriiandiua, Fla.
Mr. E. W. Manahan accompanied
by his niece. Miss Ivan Garner, re
turned on Monday from a severs!
days' visit lo friends at Pensacola,
Flit. ' ' ,
Mi. W. G. Basselt, of Alabama, lias
returned lo Moss Point lo work for
the Moss Point Lumber Co. Willie'
many friend are glad lo see him
back.
Mcssr. a E. Perkins, J. C. Griffin
and J. V. FaiHev r0 delivering a
ccond large drill of toga li Iho I N.
Dantztcr and' Msss Point Lumber
Companies.
Mr and Mr. E. Bloom field were
"at home" lo a lew friends on Thurs
day i.'ght, alt of whom carried away
the recollection of an evening most
pleasantly spent. .
Tbo result of Iho recent primary
election rather indicate lhat Hie no
cessity of good and competent men
for office was notogreatabadalfirt
been bppod.
The charming ptesence of Mis
Kale Barnc't will be misted from
among as Ibis summer, a ho left on
Tuesday for Meridian, Miss., where
she will spend the heated term.
A smsll freight of happy hearts wa
carried oul to Horn Island on Tues
day night last by Capt. John Tarkel
on steamer Fx-. Tbi pleasure wn
arranged by Mr. J. L. DanUler, com
plimentary In the young ladic who
are visiting heir. -
Ncvei wilbin l!ic memory of the
oldest inhabitant have the strains of
-Old Mark Joe" fallen a pleasantly
on the human ear a on Monday
tight last, when rendered by the j dly
lrly ol young peple who were q
boating ou the Lscatawpa. .
Tiik Stats ok Mississippi.
To Frank II. Peavy, Trnstee j R. B. Craw
ford, J. K. Begone ami F. II. Peavy ;
Yon are hereby commanded to appear
before the Chancery Court of the County
of Jackson, in said State, on the
3rd Monday of August, 1891,
to defend the suit iu seld Court of C. H.
Wood, wherein yon are defenriVnt.
W. JJ. UiSv, t;terlf.
July 10, 1891. 20-4t
IF YOU
MEAN BUSINESS
AND DESIRE TO
Save Money
Please remember that wc
still do business at tbe old
stand. Our Prices are LOW
ER THAN EVER.
OI K STOCK OF
BOOTS, SHOES
DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS,
ETC.,
IS YET THE
Most Complete
in Jackson Countv.
We are bound to get there
in every particular. V; If ' you
don't believe it call at
J.HN&C01
MOSS POINT, MISS.,
And they will assure you of
tho fact.
November 7, 1890. 37-ly
I
the Fotloiring are Some of the
Principal Business Houses and
Enterprises tn the Town
of Moss Point.
MOSS FOINT LUilBEl! COMPANY,
Rough and Dressed Yellow Pine.
DANTZLEB & EVANS,
Dealer in GciieraPMerehaudise.
JOHN BILL'S BARGAIN STORE,
Dealer in General Merchandise.
JOHN F, KREBS' VARIETY STOR&
The Plas-e to Get Anything Yon Need.
COWAN BROS.,
Headquarters for Dry Goods, Groceries.
E. T. KOOERS,
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Etc.
WILL T. NIX,
-DEALER IX-
DRY GOODS,
SHOES,
HITS,
NOTIONS, FEED, ETC.
FREE DELIVERY.
SCIIANTON, . . MISS.
April 17. HU. H-ly
STRANGERS
Tun'tiog MOBILE, aud desiring
FIRST-CLASS LODGIUGS.
SUOCl STOP A i
R P. BLALACK'S,
Foot of Government Street, nnnoaito
Louisville Nashville R. R. Depot.
EVERYTHING NEW and FIRST-CLASS.
At tbe Bar will ! lonnd the Clwicest
Wioea, Lionors, C'gan, Tobacco, Etc.
OPEN ALL NIGHT. r-
Mobile, Al.r Arnl 1. 11. " 6-ly
Dioln I ion JVotice.
The en-mrtnership knovn a lb Win
ter iTirk Lamlirr Cnnirony, hrrrtufore
exialins; between the an.lersi;oet, m this
flav dimulvrd hr Bintual codm(I. Tbe
hosine will Im eniitinaeil by Parker
Katie A Sons, V. R. 111 Wdj withdrawing.
(Signed,)
V. R. HOLLAUY.
PAKKEK EARLE & RONS.
rwa Pprini, Miaa., Joty 1. 11.
Jclj 10, I'll. (l.U
IE NELSON HOUSE
On Reyooir Street, uear the Depot,
BILOXI, MISS.,
Under the proprietorship of
Irs. IVT. A.. Andrews,
of Handsboro, is now
OPEN TO RECEIVE GUESTS,
And offers first-class accommodations to
reguhii or trausieut guests at moderate
15-3m
ANTONIO GA1TI,
Blacksmith, Shipsinith and Boiler Maker.
E. CASTANERA,
Dealer IB Dry Goods, Boots A Shoes, Etc.
J. W. STEWART, ,.,
Dealer In Drugs, Medicines &. Perfumery.
W. H.GRAHAM,
Livery Stable, Blacksmith, Wheelwright.
' If. J. VON HOLT,
Blacksmith, Wheelwright aud Gunsmith.
W. M. WARD,
Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Furniture.
OLIVER WOOD, JcsricR o- thk Track,
Court 2d and 4th Saturdays iu tbe month.
D. K. McINNIS & CO.,
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Etc.
E. W. MANAHAN A. CO.,
Wholesale Retail Dealers In Everything.
rales.
June S, 1801.
GEO. DAVIS,
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET
IRON WORKER,
Piiscagoula St., - - SCRANTON, MISS.
C. W. GARNER, Livery Ma Sale (stable.
Care of sick horse a specialty.
BUCK XELSOS,
Barber and (fair Dresaef.
CHARLES BEARDSLEK,
Watchmaker A Jeweler, Fine Stationery.
MRS. R. L. BISHOP,
Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries, Etc.
If your fconse needs sutlers send for
me. or auvtbini: else iu the tiu, copper or
sheet iron line.
ryltepnlring Attended to.
April 84, 1891. . Mro
MONTROSS HOTEL,
BILOXI,' MISS. - - -FRONTING
ON THE BEACH.
Onen the entire year. Flshine, hnnt
inir. bathing, sailing and driving. Cuisine
unexcelled. Pleasant roouis. Tbe Hotel
of the Mississippi Coast.
tor turtlier particulars audree uol.
Johu Kilkenny, General Passenger Agent
L. A N. K. R., or P. J. Mnrtroos. Prop.
Steamer Comet makes dailv excorsiooa
from MoutmM Hotel wharf tu the several
talaa ds on the Gulf Coast.
ANALYSIS
of Biloxi Arteaian Well Water( with which
atootroM Hotel w aonpitetl) in graiaa per
U, 8. gallon of 831 cubic inches :
Roll.hateV Hnda TJ
'mruaf SValim lesanMaaah).... am
rral W tvmla. it. 44
Tbimphmttnt Ml.... ....... ........ .11
Hkarlmut 4 M.QMla XI
lbmi Tilt wf Lin- .JS
Bimrha la ef lra... .04
AlanlMk
Waea4w .74
TataL....-........ I1.J
I do not hesitate to beaililv endorae
this water aa a moat healthful one
an agTeeabla and healthful water lor
drinking paipnma.
EKASTTS U. PVlm, IU. !.,
Profeanor Aaalvtieal Cbemiatrr, Beloit
College La bra tort, Beloit, Wis.
Jon it. Mil. 17-.f
COBN MEAL! CRICKED CORK.
Tito nnderi".d, proprietor rf the
Eaeatawpa Gtiat Milk i prepared to fill
orders for
CORN MEAL, CRACKED CORN
nd all kirms of Feed, delivered free el
chxrjr, and a rates as eWy the qSwapnat.
Mj prmUMK ottureaa la jo fmnt. Miaa,
. II. COLKLR.JR.. . .
Tropntlor ticaUaaUnl Mill.
Jauuary t, lcW. ' 6a
MR8. A. 8. DEES,
Choice family Groceries. Etc
NOTT A STONE McINNIS,
Goneral Merchandise.
C. M. RANDALL,
Genera! Dealer in Merchandise.
TASCAGOULA LUMBER CO
Manofoetorei a of Yellow Pine Lamber.
WU. WELCH.
Dealer in General Merchandise.
E. BLOOMFIELD A CO,
Tbe Buainew Emporium of Moos Point,
W. DENNY A CO.,
MonTs A dealers in Yellow Pine Lamber.
PASCiGOULA BUSIKESS.
The Following ar Some of the
rrincifl Business Bouses and
Enterprises in tie Tom
f raseagvmla.
i. W. COX,
Choice Family Gioeeriee, Etc.
ktUS. U. E. OLSKN,
Bonrdiug Honao sad Bestanrant.
CHA8. BOSTEU'd otuge by tbo See.
8ummer and Winter Bovders.
A. V. KREB8, Agymt,
Livery Stable, Hacks al all IltHtra.
CRELNLR A tODERSTROSt.
tbi Chandlers and Greeera.
W. 8.IOlOX, JR.
Dry Gonda. Ketimia and Giokiws-
P. U CLEM EXT.
Bar bet aad HodreaMt.

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