Entered iu the postnflica pt Sri an ton,
loeond-ehss mail mutter.
p. K. MAYERS, Proprietor.
FKIDAY October 23, 1891
Ltd Mm 10 Crats a Line for Each lisrtioi.
Tisie-Tafcle L. & IT. R. E.
I Tf ' w WW
New Time-Table Louisville, and Nush
ville Railroad, wliicli look eltect Sundii
Slay 10, 1-iOl ;
Xn. 2 Leaves KrK Oi loans at 8:2f p
m. Arrivra at Scrantnn ut 11:4.1 p. ui. A
rives ut Mobile at 12:57 a. ni.
o. 4. Leaves New Orleans ut 7:45 a m
Arrives at Scranton at 11:21 a. in. Arrives
t Mobile at 14; p. di.
No. ti. Leaven New Orleans at 7:3ft p.m
Arrives at Scruntnn ut 10:55 p. m. Arrives
Kt Mobile at I2:10a.iu.
. . GOING WRST.
No. 1. Leave Hnliile at 12:30 n. m
Arrives ut Sera ti ton at l::iG p. iu. Arrives
at New Orlentis at 4:4 ' p. in
No. 3. Leaves Mobile at 3:ir a. m. . Ar
rive at Rcrnnuni at 4:29 a.m. Ainvus
at New Orleans at 7:4." a. m.
No. 5. leaves Mobile at 2:15 p. m. Ar
rives at Scruntnn at. 3:(W p. m. Arrivt
at New Orleans ut 7:21) p. ni.
Gko. J. Santa Chi z, Station Ag't.
oi e job mHTitc orntE.
We are prepared lo execute oi shnr
notice commercial ami f.uii-v Job
Ii intinjj in tlto best style, at very rea.
sonablc rales. Our merchants am'
business men need not send abroad
to have llieir bill It!!', enveloped
statements, caids, or anything tlic
may want printed. Our Job Office U
complete in cverv particular. Give
the 1kmociiat-Star Office your or
dcrs and w- ;iiaraiitce satisfaction.
TO HHOfl IT HIV COltCEBJ.
Mr. Maktis Tl'Hxiiui.l is fully an
thorized ami empowered to solicit
subscript ions, advertisins and job
work for the I)kmoorat-Star office
and colled forlhosamc. We trust our
citizens will assist Mr. Tiiiiibnl in
liis efforts lo further tlio interests of
this home institution; and if they
want to sec him put on a broad smile
pay the bill promptly when he pre
sents it. Don't in limbic or kick be
cause he only wants what Is justly
due the Ikmocrat-Star office.
kEEP Ol T.
Visitor are not wanted in the
press and composing rooms of the
1)khocrat-8tai: office. The printers
have no time lo entertain them. A
word to the wise is sufficient.
Patrons, friends and the public
(rnnerally are welcome to our business
officii and saiielnfint all tunes.
A fine fall stock of clniliiiiL' ( C.
The new Daptist Church lias
a new organ.
Try 1 he "Rouble Decker" Shoe at
.W. J. E. Gerard's.
New huts, in every etylo at C.
Mr. Georjfo Graulund is tho nogs
painter of the town.
J. F. Casanova is doing; a large
bu si iies on the quiet.
Canty still sells choice creamery
butter at 35 cents per pound.
12 Gnare Parker Itms. shot pun,
price $4j. Cull on S. It. Thompson,
The small boy and the barrel
hoop has taken our streets. What
rtey. J. W. Harmon wi'l preach
in the Methodist Church bumlay
Canty's slock of proreries and
prices on same are second to none in
Charles E. Chidsey, Eq., is
candidate for Justice of the Peace of
District Kit. 3.
Mr. C. L. Luce lc'n Wednesday
last for New Orleans h pay a vinit to
his future wife.
. Mr. Ed. F. Ilndson left last Wwl
nesday for Louisville, Miss., on a
visit to his sisters.
-Harry Minefield's men's furnish'
ins store at Pascagoula is the place
to buy your jroods.
Grand display of millinery, nor
cHies and fancy goods at Mrs. E.
IiarruY next week.
Tier. D. O. Dyers will preach in
the Presbyterian Church Sunday at 4
p. m. All cordially invited
Mr. A, Schmitt, of New Orlca n,
rill open a shoe store on Del mas
venue in a few day.
A runaway hors smashed up a
bujrgy belong! njrio Messrs Allmau at
itecht on last Tuesday.
MAMMOTH HOUSE has killed
high price. Call and see Or your
selves. DeJevN k Mitchell, Prop's.
Boys, whenyou want to go out
hunting the place io tray loaded shells,
hot and powder is at Canty's.
We are aorry lo ear our good
friend Mr. John OT.iieii has gone lo
Now Orleans to see a physician.
W. J. E. Gerard's genuine $3 calf
hoe is the finest article in (own for
the money, for durability and style
Kev. J. O. Green will preach in
the new Daptist Church Bandar at 11
o'clock, a. hi. All are cordially in
Tiled loatlcud. fU.SUU.
Latest i)ii;lu millinery gooi
al C. Xelnon's,
ltnbbcr toots, oil clothing an
jeans pants cheap at W. M. (.'auty'i
Messrs. Powell & Lvoin contcm
plate enlarjring I lie Srrsiilou beer sa
Inon and handle red liquor iiigeulee
Wild ducks are Itcgiuniii", Income
in, already the hunters have bagei'
quite a uumltcr.
Mr. W. A. II. Whitinjr, of P.eati
voir, was here this week on a visit to
Cnpf. Win. F. Gaudy.
Latest styles in hats and clothing
at MAMMOTH HOUSE, DeJean &
As soon as tho chairs arrive
Sabbath school will bo organized iu
tho ltuptUt Church.
Master August Huggr, win has
lieen quite sick with fever tor the
past 21 days, is now convalcsceut.
Mrs. E. D. P.lackwell is iu New
Orleans this week purchasing her
stock of fall and winter millinery.
Wednesday, the 28th, ai.d Tuurs
day, thc29lh,ire opening days for lull
and winter millinery at Mrs.E.Iiarru'.
Rice bran al Canty's 65 cent per'
hundred, and all oilier kinds tf feed
at lowest prices.
Mr. Charles A. Clark, of M. bile,
visited here last week on hitMiios
connected with ihe sale of the "' Alad-
Dried butter beans, fresh pork
and I'.olou-na sausa''e al MAMMOTH
HOUSE of DeJean ii Mitchell.
It is rumored thai Mr. Peter
lilanchard Ims urcliaed the "Mad-
Ihmiso" for the sum of ?2,500.
Dlaiikv'ts, overcoats, shawls, jer
seys and all kinds of liiriiisliin ;oods
Mrs.E. D. Iean and family, of
Pascagoula, leave on Sunday next for
New Orleans, where Ihey will spend
Mr. Jesse H. Jackson, of Orange
Grove, and Mr. J. S. Lauder, of
Stnrkville, Miss, visited Scrautou
-A cow belonging to Mrs. Amanda
Krcbs was run over by train No. 5.
L. & N. K.iilroail, lakt Friday, and
had to be killed.
The melancholy days arc come,
he saddest of Ihe )ear, when men
lake lo drinking whisky,and leave oil'
-Wide-awake merchants advertise
n the DfcMoci: at-Stak because it is
ho best medium Ihrouh which to
reach Ihe public.
A crowd of u li .lourhs di
uibed the peaii; of Paseasroula Mon
day iii"ht. Thev were ordered awnv
iv Constable Willie Kivbg.
Miss Mamie llenh, of Mobile,
who lus been a guest of Mrs. J. L
Coggiua, a l Pascagoula, for some
weeks, has returned home.
Mr. W. K. Mead ami father,
who have Ikcii on an extended visit lo
Salem, Ohio, to attend their family re
union, have returned home.
Mr. W. L. Kinne, accompanied
Ins daughter, Mrs. Inez Hollister,
ud Miss Cccile Ggariy, left for
New Orleans last Sundav.
The new bank, a one-story build-
ng, in course of erection on Krchs
avenue, will have an arti-tic front and
utcrior diiueusious 19x32 foot.
Ask for and chew Garter Itucklu
Tobacco, I be finest and best chew of
Virginia tobacco made, lor sale by
DeJean & Mitchell, Scrautou, Miss.
The following real estate transfer
tuk place ibis week : IS. J. Jiuc In
lames G. Chambers, Lot No. 39, sit
uated on County lioad ami Pine St.,
An excellent opening ran be
availed of in Scrautou to establish a
tub and pail factory lo meet Ihe re
quirements of the oyster and fi-di
Joseph Kofzmn Son, Ocean
Springs, Miss., manufacturers of Ihe
celebrated Kotznni oyster knife, arc
prepared In furtvsh Ihe trade with auv
quantity at short notice.
New Kio Coffi-e, without a black
grain, at 20 cents r pound, as good
as any 2j cents coffee. Ol her grades
ol coifee tor 15 and 17', cents at W.
J. E. Gerard's.
Sheriff Frank II. Lewis, who has
been on his tax collecting rounds
through the county, has relumed and
will complete his published appoint
ments on the days specified.
The family of Mr. P. A. Van Du
rnn, Express Agent, arrived last
week from New Orleans and are occu
pying one or lira. Amanda Krcbs
houses. We welcome them here.
Mr. It. A. Dimilnr, who has been
appointed lighthouse keeper al the
mouth of the East Pa sea iron! a river.
vice Mr. O. P. Barnes, resigned, took
charge of bis post on last Saturday.
A fire broke out on Ihe roof of
Ihe I. t N. Railroad pump-bouse on
Tuesday, which did mo damage as
Messrs. John Brondum and Bober
Scvnionr discovered it in lime and
succeeded in extinguishing the flame.
Mear. Greincr 4 Suderslrom,
ship chandlers and grocers at Pasca
goula, have sold I heir store, slock.
etc, and the steamer Gomel to Wood
ward, Wight Jt O , Litiiitel,of New
leans, in cousU.TalioB of auuut
-A plot is being concocted by a Minses Kalo Mi Iiii'lifin and Ella J
nuinlier of young hoodlums robed . Ilolomnn, of Iower Puach Tree, Ala.. I
like phantoms lo frighten the first
child w ho may chance Ihi-ir way al
night. Wc arc on In you now, bojs,
so lake warning iu time.
An enterpt i-ing business man who
can control 75.000 shnuld investigate
lite chance for eslabli-hing a cotton
mill in Scraulou for tho manufacture
of heavy cotton plaids. Weavers and
other operatives can lie readily ob
George Smith, a sailor, was ar
rested fo obtaining goods under
fultc pretenses and found guilty of
petty larceny. lie was sentenced by
Hon. A. E. Krel, J. P , lo pay a fine
of f 10, iu default of which he was
scut lo jail.
Btloxi Herald: Among others in
attendance at the sale of the wrecked
bark Alfhild, yesterday, wis II. F.
Krcbs, Stvcdisli and Norwegian vice-
consul al Pascagoula, and our hand
some young friend (Jhas. Eurcn, of
ihe sarno village. Miss Mamie Hall,
Ihe efficient and accommodating post
mistress at Pascagoula, spent lasl
Monday with friends in Biloxi.
A party of gentlemen composed
of Messrs. Fiank II. and A- E. Lewis,
J. I. Ford, Tom, Abucr anrl Charlie
Slcede went on a hunt lasl Wednes
day lo Cedar Creek. They killed one
dozen lurkevs. one deer and about
wo Ions of squirrels. They returned
highly elated over their success but
failed to remember or think of Ihe
The announcement is made of
he engagement of Mr. George A.
,'anclcave, a rising young merchant
f Ocean Springs, Miss., lo Miss Em
ma K. Noll, ouo of New Orleans'
most charming belles. The marriage
will be celebrated on Wednesday,
December Uih, al Grace Church, iu
Mr. F. Fne, the well known and
iterpiising proprietor of the Ocean
Springs Hotel, paid a visit lo Scran-
"ii HKt Saturday. His hotel is being
horouglily iciiovalcd and put in first-
lass condition for tho winter season.
new roof, double doors and re
modeled rooms with new caiiets.
he hotel is heated throughout with
An apron parly was given al h'
Pascagoula lintel on Friday night
ast for Ihe benefit of the Pascagoula
public school, Miss JNoiiiih l.auren-
ine, principal. There was dancing
nd refreshments, consisting of ice
ream, lemonade and cake. A scarf
as awarded In Dr Samuel II.
Hodgson for tho best scwiuir, and a
irk of candy lo Mr. Alma Friar lor
orst sewing. The entertainment
MktiiomrT Eev.C. A.Powell, pastor.
Preaching every 8unilay. Prayer meet
ing every Thiuiuiav evening.
PiiksbytkuiaJI Kev. 1). O. flyers, pas
tr. Preaching every KulilmtU. I'ra.er
nii-etiiis every Wednesday nilit.
I'reai hiujr at ScrauUiu every third fnu
dayiit 4 p. m.
TO MHOS IT HIT fOUEII.
We will est emu it as a tiivnr if any one
In Unas Point or vicinity, who know of
anything of into rest toonr leaders id that
place, will communicate the same direct
to the Iikmociiai-Star office. Kcranton,
or leave the aume either at Dantzler A
Evans', E. W. Manahan & Co.'. J. W
(Stewart's Unislore or E. ISloonitleld &
t'o.'s slore, on Tuesdays or not later than
Wednesday evebinc of each week.
wim have been visiting friends in our
town, have returned home.
Mes-rs. J. W. Stewart, J. J. Cun
ningham and Ua pt. W. P. Dailcy )it;nl
several (lavs in Pascagoula swamp
IhU week limiting turkey.
Mr. W. E. Griffin is on a business
trip in Harrison and Perry counties,
looking alter tin! log interest of the
L. N. Dautzler Luiiibei Co.
Mr. S. S. Tarn left Sunday for Mo
bile, Ala., where he goes to attend
medical lectures in the Mobile Medi
cal College. May success attend him.
The Government Snagboal is laid
up at Ihe Phoenix shipyard wharf In
receive new machinery prior to oper
ating iu the upper Pascagoula river.
Wanted At John F. Krebs' Vari
ety Store, everybody lo call and pur
chase all kinds of choice goodsat rea
sonable prices, st John F. Krebs' Va
Some of our Mo Point young men
who attended the Salem camp meeting
were informed by the managers that
Ihey were exacted to obey the i ules.
They should bear this in mind next
time and act accordiuglv.
Clothing a nice stunk.' 1
E. IilODinfteld i. Co.
The following schooners are load
ing at the L. N.Danlzler Lumber Co.'s
mills ibis week: Garimeki, with 60,-
000 feet of lumber lor Brazos, Santia
go; Louise Hasting with 150,000 feet
of lumber lor Key West.
KOTIfE TO HITTERS.
Wc have jusl received "7,000 loaded
shells and arc prapared to furnish
any caliber loads. Cowan Bros.
Mobile Xewi: Miss Lam a Ilctves
lou. a most charming yout.g lady of
Amoricus, Miss., who has 'men spend
ing a month with friends iu Ihe city,
will return to her home to-morrow.
Miss Laura ins made many warm
friends 'who will regret !to part with
I will furnish one dozen Cabinet
Photographs to parlies, sitting for
negatives the first three days in each
week fortl. Call and sec me at John
Hill's residence. T. C. Hawkivs,
Sol Gregory, foreman of W. Denny
& Co.'s mill, anxious lo cure Ed. Kay
lo of the whiskey habit, engaged lo
give him $10 if he would submit io
bis treatment when he was found
drunk. The agreement was entered
into, and the first dose of Gregory's
medicine wasadmiuisicred last Satur
dav an application of 35 lashes.
which caused a reaction lo conscious
ness. How often same may lie repeal
ed depends upon the olistinaey of the
care, le'lli arc colored.
Land Offick at Jackson, Wis.,
October 0, 1HU1.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ills named settler Las tiled notice ol ll
intention to make final proof in siinpor
ol his claim, and that suia proof will he
lielore the. Circuit Clerk of Jackson conn
tv at 8crantoii,Miss.,ou Navemker 21,
John Thompson, Homestead No. IfiShK
for the east i southeast i Kertiou 2U, aud
northwest f northwest J section Srt, ann
northeast i northeast i of sectiou '),
township (i south, range, west.
He names the fallowing witnesses t
prove bis eontiuuoiis reoiurtice upon an
cultivation or sanl lauil, viz:
Ilarrv E. WmMlaian. Henry R. Davis.
Walton li. Ilillio ami William (iiave. ol
Vaucleave P. (., laekson :ouutv. Wish.
1IKNKV KEKAAUHAX, Kjgister.
fMnlssrU, 11. :t4-t
And Other Notes Bathers! Froa Various
A light frost Tuesday morning laal.
A drove of mustang ponies in town
Cooking and beating stores
E. liloomfiuld & Co.
Miss Pal lie Griffin visaing rela
Mr. Oscar S. Tain, of Mobile, was
iu lown Sunday vUiling relatives.
A choice lot of cooking stoves just
received at Cowas Buos.
Mr. Lone Morris left Tncsday for
Cincinnati lo be absent some months.
Hypathcan Society meet lo-night
(Fridav) at the re-idence of Mr. II.
The public school will ojicn on
November 1st, with Miss Flora Cuda
bac in charge.
Mure shoes, all kinds.
E. BlooinUcld t Co.
Messrs. A. F. Danixlcr ami A. Mc
Kay Cowan arc spending few days
iu New Orleans this week.
The latest stye of Pholognpha at
the Studio of T. C- Hawkins,
Mr. Dan Price, an old Moss Pointer,
was in town (his week ou bis way lo
visit his ujughlcr, Mrs. E-C Wood,
Hats, caps, hoods, clc
L Bloom Geld t Co.
IT COST FOB M OttsV.
We win ctove into our new store
about the 20ib ol November. Until
that lime we will sell out our stork.
cowsistittf of gxtld and siiver watches.
clocks. Jewelry, silyerware, picture
frames, etc al cost.
t'HAS lLAtlli'lU A Co-
Atiout 4.1KSJ One-year-Oi Pecan Trees
8teiua l"i inches to 2 feet ill height. All
pluutml from largest stEetl soft she.ll nuts
llehvered at the ruilmul slatinu at
Scrautou. Minh., at 25 eentt a piece.
Address C'HAS. JiUS'lXR.
Reptenilier 18, 111. :Mi-:m
MM! iOUt t.
Laxd OFricit AT JXTKSOV. HIiss.,
Notice is hereliv that tbe following
nannol settler has bled notice of his In
tenfinu to make fiual arooi in snpnort of
ua claim, anil thai sunt prool mill lie
made before the Clerk at tbe Circuit
Conrt of Jackson erninty, at Scrautou,
on Oetulwir :K IrVl, vtx :
Marv U- Nelsou, HwiiUl No. 24.0oe,
for tbe west 4 southeast 4 and east 4
onlliwesl i souMon 34, towusuip 4 south,
range & west.
He names the lollowirie witnosses to
prove his eou tnunniHi reMMinoe eimn and
riiltiTation of Ban Inml. vis:
Tliomas A. Rolierta, lnka Jliaetl. David
Crawfonl and Weslnv Crawford, all of
Aueriens P. O., .laekaasi eecfitv, Misa.
HKNItV KKKNASIiAK, Register.
Beptemuer 2i, Ul-f t
Land Office at Jackson, Miss I
Ootober 1G. 1U. $
Koliee is hereby rivee tlwt tbe follow-
iiiK namea settler baa Clod Bonce of bis
iiit'iition to niake baal iifoot in aiport
of hot rUnn. and that aaxl proof will be
jade be (ore the Cirrait Clerk at Jark
wii Coantv. at Hcrantas., alias., on No
vember 2-C viz :
laooi Kairley, Hnmestewt No. S4.0T8. for
the north 4 'northeast i stad north 4
north vest i necliou 7, township 2 eolith,
range P went.
He names tbe tollowmg witne a to
prove bia eontinnoos irsuinnee apon and
cail'vation of aaMl laact. vis :
I nemasJ Misell. Caleb K.Misell, Aaron
Miaell ami Uallaral slixoa. all of Crvas
Koads V. O., Jj(kon eonntv. Mian.
HtN'KY K K.UN AG11AX, Kegi-ter.
OetoiscT lb. lrWI. 34-4t
C. Lazard &, Co.,
TFT fTiT1 TTT.TAr?.t m rr.-rr
X), 21 mu4 33 Casal Ut. Cot. X. IV term.
New Orteasaut, Lss.
Coantrv onlen aohoited. (Maaples aim
rales fur self WKsnreascnt ami a apoli-
cal mmi free wt charge.
eVplesabssT 1 J-'l. 3" 6aa
STATE OK MI.SIHSIPPI, ,
Jacksox Colxtt. j
Notiee is herehv given I hut the nuiler
siiieil. Ilounl of Election Couiniissiniier
of sanl eonnty, that a general election
will lie belli in the various siiiwrvwor'a
district and tdectio-i preciucla of said
Tuetday, the Zrd day of Xvrember,
in conformity to the law of Ihe State ol
Mississippi, iu such eases pruvidetl, for
inn pnrNse t.l electing wrsou to till the
following offices, t4- it :
Three Kailroad Commissioners, one for
each ol the three district of the State ;
one District Attorney lor the Second Ju
dicial District; a Senator to represent
the First Senatorial District; a Floater
Kepnweutative brltreeu the counties ol
Jackson nod Harrison, and the following
comity orhcers: A Representative, a
Clerk nt the Com is. a Sheriff, a Treasu
rers 'Tax Assessor, a Surveyor, r Coronei
and Jtauger and a Siieriuuudeiit of
Kducatiou ; one Member of the Hoard of
iSutiet visors, four Justices of the Peace,
(two in Kciuntou Justice District aud two
iu Moss Poiut Justice District), and two
Constaliles. one ior each ol Ihe two Jus
tice Districts, in Supervisor's District No
3, and one Member ol the Hoard of Sn-
iei visor s, t wo J ust iecs of the Peace aud
one Constable in each of the other Snjier
visors' Districts of said couuty.
'The following mimed iersous have In-en
ap)oiiitd to hold and conduct suid elec
tion at the various voting precuu'8 in
said county, and to uiske the returns
thereof to the undersigned Commissioners
ut tbe time aud place siecitied by law :
HEAT NO. 1.
Ward Precinct J. W. Howell, Eoht.
Mottett. and Dansou Walters, Inspectors;
.Lorenzo Want, Peace Otticer.
Helvestiou Precinct John Ilulvestion.
C. K. Howell ami J. T. Gibson, Inspec
tors; J. B. Uoft, Peace Officer.
BEAT NO. 8.
Oak Grove Precinct Tephtha Carter,
C. G. Steeple and J. C. Kly. Sir., Iuspec-toi-s
; Wesley Byrd, Peace Officer.
Jones Precinct Frank Dickens, W. N.
God and Kit-hard Huberts, Inspectors ;
John GotT, Peace Officer.
BEAT NO. 3.
Robinson Precinct G. E. Canailv,
John Hobiiison and B. Vice, Inspectors ;
J. W. Young, Jr., Peace Officer.
Mihis Point Precinct J. W. Giifhu, W.
Wutkiusaud T. C. Carter. Inspectors; J.
J. Cunningham, feace Otticer.
Kcranton Precinct C. H. Hiulsou.W. K.
Mead and G. A. Stenifier, lusectors; C.
D. Moore, Peace Officer.
Orange Grove Precinct J- K. Murray.
J. 11. Gates and Geo. W. Dancer, Inspec
tors; W.J. Parker, Peace Officer.
Pascagoula Precinct A. D. K re lis. Geo.
Dclius and Chas. J. Eureu, Inspectors;
. A, Krcbs, Peace Officer.
BEAT XO. 4.
West Pascaifonlu Precinct WalterGan-
tier, Edgar Hull and Frank li'llm, lu
sjtectors ; David 8ancier, Peace Offieer.
Ocean Springs rrecmct U. H. Turdv,
W. A. Hoi ton mid Joseph Kotzum, lu-
Slieciors; J. 1). Minor, Peace Officer.
Jacobs Precinct W. G. Bullock. J. P.
Sevnjo'.ir and A. G. Scarborough, Inspec
tors; V. H. McClelluu. Peace Officer.
Illufl Creek Precinct K. Bradlonl, J.H.
Havens and S. G. Katusiiy, lus)ectois;
10. M. Taj lor, Peace Officer.
BEAT NO. 5.
Wilkerson Precinet K. David. W. B.
Carter iiud J. S. Wilkerson, Inspectors;
W. W. Broome, Peace Officer.
ltecves Preciuct C. B. Moody, Ueiiheu
Byrd and James Havard, luaHcUirs; J.
W. Hodgers, Peace Officer.
Aud the following named persons have
b?eu anmnuted Deouty t'OuimiHNioiie
Cor Ue eeveral preoincta by H. It. EvvrtU,
jy special authority vested iu hiui, to-wil
BEAT NO. I.
Waril Precinct F. P. Dean.
Helvestiou Precinct E. C. Wood.
BEAT NO. 2.
Oak Grove Precinct J. P. Ward.
Joues Preciuct W. K. Ootl.
BEAT NO. 3.
Robinson Precinct K. D. Crouier.
Mosa Point Preciuct C. H. Wood.
Scrautou I'rMcinct G. A. ltnhbv.
Orange Grove Precinct J. H Jaeison
Pascagoula Piwciuct B. M. T ui n hull.
BEAT NO. 4.
West Pascagoula Precinct A. K. Lewii
Ocean Spruits I'reciuct H. F. liussell
Jaeolw Preciuct 8. lleaugei
HI ii tl Creek l'reciuct H. E. Woodman
BEAT NO. 6.
Wilkerson prrcinct W. K. Eamsav.
lioeves Preciaot Geo. S. Lealherhnry
The attention of electors aud others
rnucerued is called to the following sec
tions of the Kc vised Code iu relation to
the sale of iutuxicaut Iniiurs ou the day
ot the election :
All Places tor retailing Honors in tbe
several counties in the State shall be
closed, and no intoxicating honor alio
ed to be sold, bartered oi given away, or
drank at any store, taveni. saloon, res
taurant, steamboat not running, wharf-
boat at a lauding, place of business there
in, from 1? o'clock ot tbe preceding night
to 12 o'clock of the succeeding night of
general or siioeial election, aim all inMixi-
c ilsl rioters or nisonieity persou dis
turbing the peace ov uoise or violence in
he eit v, town or place. here the rlec-
ioii shall be held, shall be arrested, plaoed
in lad. or otherwise kept in cnstiHly.l belli
M-rnntted while in eosiwly Ut vole), until
he polls shall be duly closed or until
bey shall lie entirely shut, qmel, oruer
v. peaceable aud well behavw., and the
Counnlrwioueni aud Inspectors of Election
re beretiv made conservator of the peace
of their districts ami pn-ciucts. and all
political officers appointed lo guard or be
preneul at I lie nuns anil inr place oi eiee-
nm, city marshals, llieir iiepnttea, auil
11 other poline ami Msoe otneers are r
mreu to laitlilnliv exeente ineae provi
sions and ot hem to preserve the peace.
Ireedom and purity ot elections, under the
neiialtv prescribed in tbe penal code lor
any neglect ol such duties, and said Com
austt loiter or lus sectors shall, when nee-
rv. call upon any and all citireus to
id I hem iu these roqniremeuU. auu ail
Dersous lutonned of any neglect or viola
tion of these mniremeuui shall give
notice to tbe Distiw: Attoruey aud oilier
proper officers thereof.
Atlentloii is further called to tbe fact
that the said elect lou will take place in
aceordauoa with the Elect 'ou Orilmanee
of tbe Coiistilntiou of tbe Slate recently
adopteil. and that cards of instruction for
the (HHtanee or voierrn aun tbe omriai
ballot fur ane in votiug will be fnrnisbed
throagb tbe Jtepnty CiHnniissioi-en. and
voting mnpart4nenM will We nnpiilted by
tbe euanty sbenfl for nse at each precinct.
Tbe electa ol ueevew preeinct, in Heat
;.&, are notrtied that tbe poll ill he
openast tor aaM precincl at v. b. ieaui
polls will be open from 9 a- sn. tonp .
Tbe Ihiard of E taction Comwisaiouer
will aierl al the ofhee al tbe Cierk of tba
aoru ef aanl eawntv, on Monday, 4ct.
ber 9'k 1"V1, and eootinne la toa thre
days lor tlie pat-pone of reruiing tbe reg-
na ration books of tbe cwnnty axl tbe
poll hanks of tbe several prsciBct. aud
fur bearing nil complaint ef a denial ef
Witaema vnt hands this the 14Ui day of
E. S. DAVIS.
J. W. PEKKILU
a k tvtkm.
Ocsebcr If., l i
IRA W. POIU El:. Pnn.lent.
y. . hLAlli. Wij and i
Porter &, Blair Hardware Co.,
. 7. NOKTII WATIOIS MT.,
KEEP IN $TOCK A FINE LINE OK
Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Doors, Saah, Blinds, Wood
Moulding, Window Class, Wagon Materials, Cuns
and Cun Implements, Tableand Pocket Cutlery,
Woodenware, Tinware, Mill Supplies,
Rubber Belting of a high grade,
Acom and New Delight Cooking and Heating Stoves, Garden Tools, Agricultural
Implements, Graiu Cradles nnd Scythes. Ilartinau Stool Picket Fence,
Cheap, Durable aud lieauttlul.
Pi-ire Rraionable nnd fcatisfarfioti ffaiiaranlrI.
April IT, 1-W1. " 8-l.v
C. H. ALLEY,
SOVTU SIDE UAILUOAD, CoIiSER DELVAS AVEXVE AND FREDERICK St
DEALEB IX .
Dry Goods, ITotions, Shoes
Choice Family Groceries,
I I I I. HARDWARE, ETC.
Stationery a specialty, o Frdtcher's celebrated garden seed.
I'ATKOXAGE SOLICITED. SATISFACTWX GUARAXTEED.
ArT4Tools Ieliverfcl Free oi Cbargr..
May 9, lrtU.
AND DESIRE TO
Please remember that we
still do business at the old
stand. Oar Prices are LOW
ER THAN EVER.
one STOCK OF
IS VET THE
in Jackson County.
We are bound to get there
in every particular. If you
don't believe it call at
. i mum k co.s.
MOSS POINT, MISS.,
And they will assure you of
November 7, 1K). HT-ly
MOSS POINT BUSINESS.
The Following are Some of the
Principal Iitminens Howies and
Enterprise in the Tom f
DANTZLER &. EVANS,
Dialers in General Merchandise.
JOHN HILL'S BARGAIN STORE,
Dealer iu General Merchandise.
JOHN Y. KREKS' VARIETY STORE,
The riace to Get Anything You Nsed.
E. T. ROGERS,
Dealsr iu Dry Goads, Groceries, Etc.
WILL T. NIX,
Blacksmith, Shipsmith aud lkiilor Maker.
OLIVER WOOD, Justice ot the Peace.
Court 2d aud 4th Saturdays in the Mouth.
D. E. McINNIS & CO.,
Dealer iu Drugs, Medicines, Etc.
E. W. MANAHAN &. CO..
WholesalcalRetail Dealers in Everything.
C. W. GARNER, Livery and Sale Stahle.
Care f Sick Horses a Specialty.
CHARLES IiEARDSLEE 4 CO.,
Watchmaker & Jeweler, Fine Stationery.
E. BLOOMFIELD & CO.,
Ihe Business Emporium of Moss Foiut.
C. K. DAVIS,
Choice Groceries, Feed and Notion.
The Following are Some of the
Principal Lusi)tes llouxes and
Entcrprixe in the Town of
NOTIONS, FEED, ETC.
SCIIAKTO, - - MISS.
April 17. !.!. H-ly
I,A.I .otic i;.
Laxd Okkick at Jacks". Miss.,
September 2."., 111. (
Notice is hereby riven that Ihe follow-
nc named settler has riled notice of his
mention io make tinal proof in snmiort
of hi claim, and that said proof will be
made before the Circuit Clerk of Ja-ksoii
county at Mcrai!ou, Miss., on October 31,
William L. Walters, Homestead o.
ld.isiia. for the north est. I section 17,
township 3 stint h. ranre 5 west west.
He n antes the following witnesses to
prove bw coutinnous residence niwu, and
cnltivation ol said laud, viz :
Frank P. Dran. Kaukin Lee. Jolia Til-
lev and John O. Ashley, all of Americas
:'. O., .Iseksnn eonnlv, sIimm.
IIENUV Kl.l.NAC.IlA.N, Uegister.
P. ptenilrr ', l-.'l. ol-t
CHAP. BOSTER'8 "Cottage bv tbe Sea.
Summer aud Wiuter Boarders.
A. D. KREBS, Agent,
Livery Stahle, Hacks at all Hours.
Open the Year Round.
kxkt Loam )
wira (- Q. MraTAoa.
Henry Lochle & Co.
iEjarters or Tina aid Lijucn,
46 V 4 Tchoopitoolas Street,
NEW ORLEANS. LA.
fsepteaiber l-I'l. 30-lv
FINE URDSFOB SAlf !
The following Fine Laads, sltnsted in
Jackson connty. Miss., is offered for aal
in a body, at a great bargain. There ia
some pine aud hardwood timber one ibese
S. c. r'p8. K'ireW.
Bw$ of s f 4fl acre,
SwJ ot n i t" acre,
Nr4 of aei 40 acre.
Ki of BwJ 40 acres,
Sei of nef 4(1 ecres,
Najof aei 4 acres,
Ne ot ue 4l acres.
b i of sw i 4n acre,
K of aw i HI acres.
ti of a, i and H of
nw li acrea.
For further particulars aonlv at tba
Scrautoa, Mis , Jnne l"'l.
! 4 S
13 X 6
it 6 ft
iu a .6
JH 4 6
6 S 7
(Jowart Produce fioap'Y,
E. T. COWART, Mang'r,
f intsp Part Land teTsiciit aid
Lire IM Coicpy.
The stork holders ef tbe above Compa-
are bsrrdy aotihed tliat a special
uca bolder' aaartine will be bekl at tlx
onie at the Fn-.deni. in Ooeao hpnnea.
liMMaKippi. oa the best ot tsaober oext,
avnsids th qaestwa of iamiug asirit-
tMmal atock. at ntHT croenl Imsia
r. . UiLfc. ISf tiTHsri .
Owaa Ppn u(rs, Srj-i. 1 1, 1 -CI . t tl
WHOLKSALB DKALKCS lit
Potatoes, Apples, Onions
ALSO rOVLTEY. EGGS ANDGAME.
kor. iBAxmt i nri.:i. a t,.
SI. MICHAEL ST..
T POtVART. fetr f E. T.Owart a Dm-.!
October . 1-511. 32-lv
C. L. COJHIT,
(Snceeaaor to E. T. Co wart V Kr)
WLwleaal Dealer la
POTATOES. APPLES, OMOS&,
aUao Peultrr. Zrn 1
Kawbm ll ami )"S Nrtk Water P4rs4.
Oclofce !, I-!. -'I
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