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Eutcred lu tbe postofflce ft ttcruutou, is soooud-elass mail mutter. P. K. MAYERS, Proprietor. FRIDAY.- January 22, 1892. LOCAL NEWS. 'Our streets are soinowhal iloppy. Cool, wot and tlisaifreeablo weather. - The la grlppo !" ot rcaeVd Scranton yet. Our "Dcanliful Snow" poetry was crowded out laal week. Wedtling bells will ring soon, wo are iuc!iud to believe on, Paacajtoula street . , v Mrs. O. A. Johnson, of Scranton, jiald Mobile flying visit on Satur day la.t. -Vs . , Mr. U. Buddig, lulwPcV 'comml ion merchant, of New Orleans, was here Tuosday. ' - Hon. Sam A. Mountain, Jr., of Mobile, paid Scranton a business Us- it on Tuesday.' On account of. the extrcmo bud weal hoi tbe oust week, business in all lines has been very dull. A show that cannot pay its way 1 generally of the snide order, and is not permitted to fako the jiooole here In the memory of the "oldest in habitant," suuh weather as the present spell has never beon known here be- j fore. Rer.'l). O. Dyers will preach in i be Presbvteriuu Churcb Sunday at "3 :30, P. Al. All are cordially Invited to attend. llenry Kniglil, (ool) and Sarah Mai tin, (ool) were married on Thurs day morning at the Curt-lbuse by Hon. Charles E. Chidsey, J. p. This Is Judge Lhnlsi'y's Arst marriage since induction into office. Mr. II. Stafford, the clever puo- lishcrof tho Peonies' Illustrated Journal, of New Orleans visited Scranton last week. Three thousand pounds of choice ritli was shipped from here, per ex urcss bv Cmlain John Foster, on Monday and Tuesday last. The old sow that cai,,4hree kids the other day in Creole town is entitled 4o the ihauksof every haior of goal?, AVu hope she will eat more. Mina Jonepliino Glass, daughter ol Mr. and Mm. James Glass of Scranton. died in New Orleans, on Wednesday laslf- ago 15 years. War with Chili is probable and tiow in tho time for our soldier boys to be getiiug ready for inarching or dors. Some at them Here seem I') be ".piling" for a light. Mr. K. Tal Cowarl, or 1110 C. I, Cowart Produce Com puny, of Mobilcr was here this week doing a rattling business lot his concern. It is a good concent and deservos success. The Mexican Dark, Carmelite, from Progress, Mexico,)! undergo iug repairs at Frentz'a ship yard, af ter discharging rock ballast at Mr. C. Flanagan's duck, on tho Pascagoula river. ' Our voncrable and industrious towusrnan, Mr. M. C. Pankey, was on hand at the Station to pay lili respects to Mr. Grover Cleveland, and present him with one of Ids patent flush brushes, nnnufuclurodoiitof tho pal' inetlo root. Tho ? Grittier Gang,' composed of a number of bi-ranlon's promising AIMI9, WVIH UUI VII a IHI h inst illUSIIB) ....i .... . i... rn l...; night, bent on malicious mischick During thoperfo: mancjVOdd Fel lows' Hull they cut up the harness belonging to ono of I lie livery stables. -Dr. 8. M. Smith lol last Saturday morning lor Slato Lino, Miss., where " lie will practice his profession. We hear of another physician who will leave Scranton soon, which will re duce the number to only three. This idcui wbii ior ilia iibbim or inn Wonder what has become of the New Orleans World's Fair Excursion Association that was represented here some lime ago by Mr. IS. II. Power? Does any of our citizens hold ecrtifl cates in the grand scheme for a trip to Chicago in 1893? Don't all 4peik at once. The badges and the rabil foot had uo effect on our efficient and firm ; Sheriff on the question of violating a plain law of the State in order to lot the eircus pitch Its lonts In Scranton and lam loose f0! of roughs and ' toaghionourtown. We are Drou.l that Jackson county has such a-8her- , Mr. Y. K. Mareia left VnrnW " morning (or Crawford, MIm.; her old - - ' home,onacMti.,l of tho ,ckneM of . .r , ner .nu iu... .,. Bi Vl yymu,, p .Nni . week er ten aaye. We are again boss of the iitn. atkin. Ve art, monarch of all we sor- tey. Indies reeebrvil at the Dbmo- wat-ota o.dce at nsuat. . -Oaeere Geo. Cloud and Frank 8hef, of Mobile, visited Scranton last TVednoTday arwei with war. rant for Xe awy ",w rivnn.lolsca of Ihe now year that Scranton rklf) who w ilaald be a moro Ood-fearlng . 10 trT!?g' i I - Job PrUr people.! God apeeil the tueaame ijlght ODD IELL0VS' DPEBA HOUSE. Friday, January II, 18tt. . CIIC1CO COXEDT COiriHT. The New Oi lcanaJfem speaks of the production of Nip and Tuck at the Peoples' lliealic by tlieClticatfo Com edy Co., as follow: The well-known nHo drama "Nip and Tuck" was the attraction at the Peoples' theatre last night. Tho play abounds in pathetic sayings and situ, alions, with a vein of humor through out. Tlio audience showed by their frt-antmt applause lhtt (lie perform- auco was thorou)(hly enjoyed. This Ompaiijr'will play to-night (Friday) at Odd Fellow' Hall. Cupt. A. Brandt, of the German Burk. Lcopoldshalt, is stopping at the "rViitu.m liv llm n'u'' lintel. Pascairoii, la. At Hie shooting mutch on Sulur day, Mr. Waller Gaulier, of West I'mcagoula, won the Parker Gun put up as a pi ize by Mr. W". M. Canty. Little Elizabeth Jane, infant daughter ot Mr. ami Mrs. C. Torju sen, died at Paacaguula, on Sunday last at 11 o'clock, V. M., aged 11 months and 17 days. Tho wife of Capt. G. II. Hon man, ot the German b. Nynstien, Grouin- gen, Holland , gavo birth, ot Pasca' iiotib, to a boy, on Dec. 27.tli. inst 1891. The little American is named Conrad. A haul of 14,033 Ibsof trout.avcrag Inar one anil a half pounds each, was lnil(iQ n froul 0f fascagnula, and another haul of 1538 pounds of llsh ul Oa)ouCasotle lust week, which was shipped by Capt. John Foster to the different markets. This gives an idea of tho abundance of flsli In our waters this season, On Thursday afternoon of last week Scranton was visited, tor the first time it ten rears, by a fall of snow suhViently heavy to cover tho houso-lops and spread a white man tie over the side-walks and portions of the it roe Is. The cold spell occa sioned no serious damage to tho or chaids and garden. Snow-balling was indulged in to a lively extent, and every one seemed to greatly enjoy the unusual sport. The Kintf ami Queen bull, given by Mr. and Mrs. A. G. DuIiiih, al I heir residence on Pascagoula street last week was a very enjoyable affair Mr. J, Ira Ford ami Miss 8iiio A Foster drew tho Kintf and Queen cakes, and was consequently tho sov crcigns of the occasion. Mr. George ilymcr ami Miss Celeste Del mas were chosen for King and Queen of the next ball, which will take place Alley's Hull, on jhe 4th. of February next. is Hon. Horace Itlonmfleld, ou Slate Senator, has placed in ,, the hands of Clerk W. M Douuy, al the Courl'-Houso, a copy of the new Code, which Is now being acted upon by the Legislature. Our Senator, itluoin- fiold, and Representative, Hon. Geo. W. Davis, are desirous that their con stituents will call and examine the Cndo and make sueh suggestions as I hey sue fit in regard to it. Ileitis & Co.' Monster 'Railroad show, which was advertised to per forin on the 14)1 Inst , failed, to do so so for tho 'reason that Sheriff Frank II. Lewis demanded the payment of a circus license of $150 and f 50 each for the side-shows, tho combination em bracing those features. Thcv ex pected to , pay onty f 25, the license charged them in other towns of Mis? sissippi. Wo commend the action of tho sheriffln holding up to the fluOres of the law, . v Marxied On Wednesday evening, January 13, 1892, at the homo of tho bride, No. 64, Lafayrtto street, Mo bile, Ala., Mr. Charles M. Ross, cashier of the Jackson County Bank, and Miss Leontena Boa km an, Key. J. It. Burgett, pastor of tho Govern ment Street Presbyterian Churcb, officiating. The .wedding was pri vate, those' present being a few near neighbors apd friends of tho bride. Mr. Itoss and Vis bride returned to Seranloti by' the evoning train the next day, and have temporarily taken np their abode In the bank buildinir. Mr. IJoss was formerly of Onncll Bluffs, Iowa; the bride Is a native of Mobile, and a lady of culture and re finement. Wo tender the happy couple our uongrktidation, and wish them much happiness throuiih tlieii entire life. ' Itov. L. W. Wood.Motliodlst, pas tor in charge of Scranton circuit, preached In tho Methodist Chur,ch Ssrsias at 11 and at night. ' This was his first service here since his appoint ment by Conference. The member ship seom to 'be well plsssed with him, ami many who had grown Indif mm- ih. .tis .n.i M.M.v I S V s v si ves lis w w iiw 1 v V" i Wcraled llicniaelvca and promieed 10 do more for lite upbtiildingof Chrlsfe Kingdom than thqy had lu the past, u- wo,i. ln outilninir hit Do:!rv W ihat l.oeatne hereto do sliln his j power for Iho cause of Christ; that he did not propose to make war upon j any other denomination, but desired I tKeo-operat Ion ot all Christiana In I IM pod work. Uo hopes before the THE IEW CODE 01 LIQIOE liLvOHS, The new Code prepared by Messrs. Thompson, Dillard and CuoipUell U now biug discussed aud passed by the Leg- IsUtuieof this 8 tut. Some of tbe most important tout urea of tlis Code ou the iiqnoi suloous is as .follows. . .. Jf ns loeul nutlun hits been held result ing '-scuiust the saur." the seeker uTter license proceeds ss nuder the old petition. Ifalocul option election has Ihm-q held hich resulted "for tbe sale," be must still proceed to get op bis petition ot a majority or tbe tegul vote", as provided bv tbe Cititnibell Code, iustead of 85 real astute owners as nuder the local option law, snlijeet toeonnter petition . a signer of a counter petition may uot have bis nunie erased tliere lroui auer it 13 aicu within oue yesr. Power to arrant license is Still invested in bosrds of snpervibors and municipal uoaras. " In snDervisoiV districts, the miiiinm 11 eeuse fee is 1700. with no limit uv to max imum, bulf ot the money to eo into the county treasury aud tbe other half iuto toe state. , . In cities the miuinni is 11,000, iu towns $1000 and in villages $700, with no max- t . . .:.J .!.: ., luilim preevi iumi, uiio-iuii" v, nuiuq goes to municipality, one-third to the county aud oue third to the mute. An important anieudmeut of the old law provides that "if a majority of tbe free holders. kHo are qualifad raters, of any supervisors' district, city, town or village, netition me uoun. 01 supervisure or muni cipal auihoriliesagalust tbe granting of liceuse, tuen no license snail no grruntea for 12 bioutbs. Petitions for lioense mast be published as heretofore. "A newspaper publication in wbiub tbe nnu.es are urowaett, or prop er capital letters disiieusea with, or 111 wbiub auy thins else is done, or omitted to prevent or which prevents the publi oatiou from being easily read, ahull ue iu valid." "Any siirner of a counter-petition or per son who objected to cruntjiig of license, may appeul tioin the decisiou ot liceuse CTantina- nower. to the Circuit Cour t, ou fiiving bond in tbe sum of $200 with two snflicieut snritis. Money paid by an applicant for lioense snail not oe retuudou to uim ou any pre tense or claim whatsoever. A violation of any of the provisions of the bills forfeits license, and summary judicial proceeding are provided for, by which auy ottiieu imty petition the Cir cuit Judge, chuucellur or justice of the peace aim uuve rati qnescuu settled nc con! iug to facts. If the petition be ad judged untrue and bo dismissed, a judg- inoiitiorsou aud eosts suau 00 reudered against the petitioner iu favor of de- tenduut. For selling without license, or giving away nnnor to induce iruuo, etc., or tor vtolutinK the law nnder which tbe 11 cense is issued, the offender niny he fined not less than $25 nor exceeding $.",00, or lie imprisoned in tbe county Jiul uot less than one week nor more thau three mouths, or both, at tbe diseret.iou of tho conrt Ti e penult y for adulterating liqner is not less tuan one nor more tuuu nve yeam 111 inn leuueuiliklT. Indictments shall not be qmudied for lack of torn, and prosecuting ofllceis shall not be reouired to elect ou which count they shall proceed to tnl for a saloon keeper to miow a scrueu or other device of concealmeut in bis place of business, or to carry on any otbor iiusiuess in a room used for retailiug, or to permit any minor to. come in and re main iu bis dram-shop is made a misde meanor and subjects him to a tine of not less than $-ju nor more tnou f.xju, and nn prisonuient in the county jail uot less than one day nor more than three months. Any person may sell wine uiode of grapes growu by biniselt, In any qnanity not less than oue gallon at the ltjuidence or iu the viueyard of the seller, to a so ber person who is not In the habit of be coming intoxicated, without payi.ig any tax or obtaining liceuse, but this does uot apply to any county that has voted "against tbe saie," so long as the result of the elect iou Is in force, Local laws now in force prohibitint the sale, remain in force until amended or repealed, and iu all counties in which local eptioi, elections have heeu bell re sulting "against the sale, uo sale can be lawful until an election is held resultinir tor the sale." . Office of th Dbmocrat-Sta, Pascaqoula, Juu. !W, 1892. J - Heport for the week endiug Jau. 21st. 5 feilTIRaD.' -' ' Am sch Eleanor, . Vans, 353 tous trom Havuua. Brit sch Prmceport, Ktocoulle, 12!itous from Havaua. . . Rns bk Vesta Boos,' Alusute, 554 ions from Spain. - Swd bk Cort HonJrio, Letifatmlius, 1037 tons trom Burbedos. r - Swd bits J- Beujaman Olssou, Soderholei, ova hius irom Marcuii". v CLKARBD. . Brit bk Mlnnebohn. McLtinsblln. for Liverpool, by Patteron. Dowsinir it Co.,with44,cV2feetof lumber valued at 1450,329,364 feet of sawn timbnr at $3,- ev, ana x,noi ieet newu uu.uer at $3- 355- 14th. inst. Brit sch Lady Shea, Work, for Naasaw by ' L. N-Dantzler Lumber Co., with 78,- ftff feet Inmher valued at, $736, aud 40,- 424 feet of scsuUing, at $403, 16th. inst Aai sol- Bio'd 8. 8poSard. Niokerson for Cenifngos, bv Hunter Benu & Co., with 3fe5,341 feet ot lumber valued at $3,752. ... C. H. DELHAp, .. SCRANTON, MI88., , . WhokwOe Dealer ln Sa Shipper of , OPSNCO AKD SHELL VSYERS 0RDKRS PROMPTLY FILLED. Mov. 37, 1891. , . ' ; 40-ly IU E X COWART PRODUCE -:- COMPANY, . .WflOtBMiBlMULBRSUr . rOTJLt028, XPPLE8, ONIOXS, CABRA QEt ET0H- - i.; , Pvssitry, Egf waat Gawae. Nw. Cob. St. Louis aud Water f,n., . , KOCIUS. AliA, . . ;.i -, . B. T. CoWsrt. Manager. Octobsr , 1(1. . 33-Iy '.These Celebrated Springs sre open SUM MER and WINTER. Board, per month, fit per week, 110. Hack faro free for vtseaiv ana Monthly uoarusis. Comfortable hacks run by U. P. nnarou. who meets all trains and esre for all piuw sengers at Buckatuuoa, Missisalppi. KO Kuuds of Bargaga Free. Roy ticket to rkataana. kisa.. Mobile aud Ohio Bull. road, lnqniries aoswered jromptly. t Address, H.J. JrilProarTetor, Ms HMllogsnrtng AUv Wi. 11, IOi. OU-lllll BUSINESS LOCALS. Local Men 10 Ceiii Pr Li" ff h& UsertioC. C. Flanagan & Son still lead in low prices. . Go to W.J. E. Gerard's for bar. gains 011 snvihliig- CO T THE TBOIT, And get your groceries from 1 lie MAMMOTH HOUSE of rxJeau and Mitchell. Everybody should got a gallon of iho new syrup at W. J. E. Gerard's, it is the best In town. The Odd Fellows of Scranton have purchased a magnificent now : Weg- maii&Co. piano Irom the reliable house of Junger & Gass, No. 101, Dauphin street, Mobile, Ala., through their efficient traveling salesman, Mr. J. (1. Sparkes. well known hcie as the lightning piano-tuner and repair er, aud one of the best workmen in the South. The Odd Fellows are to be congratulated on their prize, lor it is the most high-toned instrument in town. ' w:' " k . A car hied of feed Just received al W.J. E. Gerard's, at priuea below anyone. " ' , , TIB lOCmill IEV ftVLLER P10CES! We take pleasure in Informing you that wo have ust emnpletcd an en tire renovation of our .Mill, put in the largest and most Improved "Rollci rro-.ess Machinery, bave had a spur track place-1 at our door, and now have tho ihobI complete nill In the South. Owing to the improved ma chinery, the immense capacity of our Mill, aud our spur track, which gives us equal facilities for loading and un loading cars with any mill iu the Southern State?, and -appreciating your orders as we do, we can and will fill your orders with prompt despatch and our prices will be in the future as ir. the past, ti)U very lowest, Please bear in mind that we do not proposo to bo undersold by any mill in the country. We would bo pleased to see you iu person or correHpoml with you. Either call or write for prices. Very respectfully, , MOUNTAIN & SONS, Wholesale Dealers In Meal, Urils, Corn, Oal, Hay, Bran, Cracked Corn etc., St. Louis street, near water, Mo bile, Ala. , DeLron, Tbx as, July 23, 1891. Af k8R8, Lippman DKo8.,8avunnali, Ga (iF-nts I've usiiil nearly lour hot lies of P. p. p. I was iifflctcd from the ciown of mv h':id to tho soles of inyfect, Your P. P, P.. has cured rtimmiliy of breathing and smother- ng, pulp 1 at inn ot the heart, nnd re lieved mo of all miin ; oiu-iiost i-il wai closed for ten years, now lean breathe tnroiigti It readily . 1 nave not slept 011 euiicr sido for two years, in fact, i re.-ui.-d to see itlahl come, now I sleep soundly in any ponlti,,,. n nu. am 59 venrs old. out exDr.ct soon to bo able to take hold ' of the plow nanoiHs: 1 rc nroim 1 was luckv enough to got P. P. P-. nnd I heartilv recommend it to niy friends and I he public generally. lours respect tun v, A M. RAMSEY, C'oiiimisioner' Sale. W. M..Denny, Gunnlian, . i vs. J Dill to Foreclose Mortgage. MhsJoaMcOuistos. S . ny viiruw or a decree 01 me Uliancery rAiu4 1,1 M;D: - ... 11 ! . . . It . . ... dered on the 18th day of Aujrnst, l-;90,aud on tbe 17th day of August, leJl, I will, on . Monday. February 1, 1892, within legal hours, at the front door of ine courthouse of sum county, sell at puhlic miction, rn the hi al est liiilil.T far cimh, the nudivided one fourth (j inter est of Mrs. Ida McQniston, in aud to tlio following deMcnbed property, in Jackson couuty, Mi8Hissippi,to-witi In section 25, townsuip r, sontb range 6 west, and known us Lot Mo. 5, as shown by a pint or plan of survev of B. Ooode, reoorded in Book 4. page lit, Record of Deeds of lauds or Mrs. MMoLeod. -Also thnt other piece or parcel of land in said county aud State, iu Motion SO, township? aouth ran ore 6 west 1 all of Lot 6 in said seotion as shown by survey of uuriuu uooae, as above eel lortu, except ing tbt portion ot said lot conveyodby M. C. VauirbaD to Mis. L. V. McCarter. re corded iu Book 7, pages 339 and 310, Record of Deeds. Beins the game land couveyea by M. C. Vanghuu to W. C. aicyiimion, December X, 18o. , loffetber with tlm I aura lauu above describe)!. F. H. LEWIS, Commissioner. Juuuwy 8, 1892, , f . 46-4t liAD NOTICE, t; v ' ' . . Land Office at Jackson, Miss., January 8, 1892. Notice ia hereby that tbe followlug named settler has filed notice of his ii" teutinii to make final proof iu snonort 01 bis claim, and that said proof will be mane oerore the Circuit uierk of JacksoU connty, at 8oruutou, Miss., cu February 2, m, vie: Maiiub Brown, Homestead, No. 21,343 for the northeast i northwest t sectiou 28, ton nsbip 3, aoui h ranire 6 west. He names the following witnesses to prove mi eontiunons resiiieuce upon and cnltWation of said land, via 1 William E. eteede, Jamea Hall, David jteevesantl Henrv uooiey, an of Amen cos roetofflce, Jnokson roonty, Miss, NKAKY KbKIHAUMAK, Uegiitter. Jaonsry 8, 189 4H-lit piscieouLA 90s. The Following r Some of the Principal ButintM JBoutet ani Enterprise in the Town of FatcagoMla. CHAS. B08TER'8 "Cottage by the Sea," Summer and Winter Boarders, A. D. KRKBB, Agent, . , Livery Stable, Haoks at all Hours. fASCAGOUU, HO1EL, Open ths Vear Roood. W. 8. DODSON. Ui'tigs, UutUeluos, Pcrluinery, E(c. J ONLY MANUFACTURERS OF THE WELL KNOWN Kim BSE TOBACCO. Manufacturers of aud Wholesale Dealers fu All Kinds of TOBACCO, CIGARS AND SMOK ERS' ARTICLES. COB. DECATUB akd UBSUL1NES STS IVcw Orleans, La. , Decemlwr 4. 1H91. 4Hy C. Lazard & Co. IBS OLD SELIABLB ONZ PSIOE Clothiers, Furnisiers ani Hatters, 39, 31 and 33 Canal St Cor. N. Peters, Mew Orleans, Lu. Country orders solicited. Samples and ruine ior sen measurement sent on appli cation free ot chur-ie. September 18, le!91 30 dm FIKD. liSYSII. iot. Jouu. jASl K. XlUXSI MEYER, 10SSEN i CO., Liquor Dealers, and Importers or Fine Wines, Brandies, Etc. No. 8 Sontu Commerce St.,1" Mobile, Ala, Atracj tot the Famou F, W. COOK BEEK, I UVBUHVUie, lull, Sept. 7, 1891. 31-6m Fritz D. Becht's .1 KUEBS AVENUE, SCRANTON, MISS. SHAVING AND II AlRDEESSING IN' THE HIGHEST STYLE OF THE ART. HOT AND COLD BATHS. I sm now prepared to give botand cold baths at short notice. My onttit is all uew aud of the most improved patterns. BE SCnE AND GIVE HE i CALL. V. D. BECIIT. WILL T. NIX. -DEALER 13- DEY GOODS, NOWS, FEED, ETC. FREE DELIVEKT. SCIIANTON, - - MISS. April 17. 1891 8-ly LAND NOTICE. Land Officii at Jackson, Miss., ) - December 4, 1891. 1 Notice in hereby givon that the follow 1)2 mimed settler bus filed notice of his Intention to muke final proof iu support of biscluim, and that snid proof will be made before tho Circmt ' Clerk of Greene county at Leakesville, Miss., ou January 111, iwil, viz : HnirU R. Herndon, Homestead No. 19,433, fur the northwest I section U3, towiwuip 1 eonth, range 5 west. He names the following witnesses to Drove his eontiunons residence nnnu and cult ivation of wild land, viz : Ueorge Mallet. Clem Mullet, C. E. Davis and G. W. Ferret, all of Vernal P. 0., Greene connty. Miss. tlENKY KKKKAUHAN, Register. December 4, 1891. 41-Ct P. 0. Turner ft Co., MANUFACTURERS Olr Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moutdtagg, Bnlln8tersj Door and Window Frames Brackets, te. : REGULAR SIZES XN. STOCK. Dealers in Builders' Hardware, Glass, Putty aud Pore Mixed Paints. , P. C. TURNER & CO., I CORNRR 8T AHTHOlTr tAV:i0 A1o ' AMD WATEKBTRUtTU, lUOOJUO, A1B. AprilSO, 1801. vv- 9-ly j C.W,EuTlt, Prudent. a K. XosvCsshks-. JICKSOII COUiITT Bi!".X, SCRANTON, MISS. ' FOREIGN snd DOMESTIC EXCHANGE BOUGHT aud SOLD. Wa Iasua Lkttkus or Cridit. Espeeial attention glveu to eolleetious ' on MOSS POINT,. PASCAQOULA, and OCEAN SPRINGS. Taxaa Ptd for Non-Raaidanta. We respectfully solicit all to open au sooount with as. Bwr$r-Pmf Pmt-Lii Sh. January 1, 1K .. 45 ly iiiwiiiiiiiniiif, 2 1 It V i Moss Point department. PERSONAL, GENERAL, And Other Vstss OathsrsdTrom Various Soarcaa. . Scarclcy lr, 'he memory ol theohlesl Inhabitant has the like been seen. . A new supply of goods at John F. Krebs variety store, at reasonable prices. r The many friends of Miss Jennie Tarn ami family were sorry to learn of her deatli on Sunday evening Inst. The ilance given by the young men al the residence of Capt. E. Caslanera on Thursday evening of last week, was au enjoyable affair. Mrs. Rellando, willi her .son, M. Bellumlf, and clisrming daughter, Misg Ida, visited Ms Point last week, the guest of Mrs. Caslanera. Messrs. Oscar S. and S. Springer Tain, of Mobile, came over on Sun day to attend tho funeral t.f their sun', Miss JciinieTam. The approaches of iho Foundry road bnyou bridge are iu a dangerous condition, and may give the surgeons a job ere long. ' ; The following schooners are loading with lumber at the L N. Dantzler Luiiiubcr Company's mills this week: Anna V. Lainson, Cuba; E. Blcssey, with 10,000 feet for New Orleans. Messrs. Alf Dantzler and Frank Griffl 11 returned home after several weeks spent In Meridian and other Mississippi towns. The Istter gentle' men left on Thursday fur Houston, Texas. . Wo are pleased to, welcome back to his winter quarters, artera visit of a month to relatives iu Salem, Mass., Capt. Win. Swazcy, the genial com mander of the U. S. Quarantine Dual, Win. Welch. Mr. John F. Krebs will shortly ob tain license to sell liquors in quantity, bv the bottle or gallon at his variety ttore. The liquors will bo of the very best quality ! Mr. Thomas A. Gause, the ever ac tive manager of Hobinson & Booth's business ai this port, returned Irom an extensive and very successful tour of the saw mills on Tuesday. Though ho has not been in town very man) mouths, his competitors have come to iho conclusion lint to get ahead ol Thomas A., they must get up. very soon in the wrmn.. Fernandina (Flu)Xewt. Tho man that turns down Thomas A. Gause has to get up early. IIo is a hustler frum way back, and one of the best follows iu the world.. The last meeting of the Urpatbean Society was held al the residence of Judge O Randull, though there .were but few present, owing to the severe weather, il)4 evening was passed very pleasantly bv those in attendance, The following is the progrsm for the next meeting: Essay, Mr. F.Colmer; Music, Miss Flora Cudauac; Reading, Mr. E W. Manahan ; Music, Miss Sadie Williams; Recitation, Mamie Denny; Music, Annie Carter; Read ing, Mr. L. A. Morris; Recitation, Miss Ik-leu Walker; Music, Miss El naMcrrell; Reading, Mr. 8. Edgar Cowan; Music, Mr. John Hill. The place of meeting is at the residence of Capt. G. II. IIoHze, Friday evening, January 29th. Author, Thomas Moore. ' .... J. W. Stewart, rTUGrGrIST. MOSS POIN1', - MISSISSIPPI. Xetpt a rirst-Olasi Drugstore. Sueoial attention given to Drcserinlions at all boors and from any doctor. Jauuury 1, 1W& , 4a-ly ' I. 5 IiAirrzLia, Ja. b. K. Itclxms. DANTZLER 1 MINNIS, Manufacturers of SAWN AND SPLIT Cypress Shingles, MOSS POINT, lOSS, ' 81111 for prioe-Hrt kefora parcbuinc elue whvra Uiva u trial end we bum too will tM ullated with price ud hinalet. Angnst23 1890. - : 26-It IRON CEMETERY FENCES Parties desiring to enclose their eeme tcry lots will do well to call on or address Mr. John Hill, at Moss Point, who will take pleasure in showing catalogue of cntaer designs of fences, loth plain and fancy. Prices vary according to design, amount of ornamentation aud sise of pickets, ete. All fences are painted and ready (or nutting np. . Mr, Hill will eon tract to deliver and place cemetery Ioi fences if necessary. JOhNIlll.L. Moss Poiut, Oct. 30, 1HQ1. - 36 3m VAi.. FACIAL, naxav Locum) wrm ( W. O. Mostaop. WUOLUALB GROCERS, t;:rttnif iiiit:lll5i3n, 48 & 49 Teboupltoulas 8treet, ' ; NEW ORLEANS LA. September 1H. 1L - 30-ly H. P. BUCKLEY, 8 Camp Street, New Orleans, WATCHMA KER E verv sort 6f watehes repaired. Jewel b Bade to order. DiaaMwda neat la newest stylsv. All as reaaaaabla pri and follv guaranteed, aprum, wi, , - o-ij Henry LochteG 'Co Altbonzh not as evlv as same et onr competitor in making ear fall an eon nee meut, yet we wlnh to ainnre onr many friends and the pnblie generally that onr stock mi ao larire, so varied and well selected that we shall elulm their atten tion tbrooihont tbe season. We Invite speclul attention to onr . Dress Goods" Dejartmeflt ! Wbicb is verv complete, and eootafnsnot oply the staples, bat miany novelties in Imported Caahmeres, Tricoa, Henriettas and Plain and Striped Wools, - At prices from 12)e to 11.25, wltk trim- mi nin 10 suit, uur nue of riuxn, OINUHAMS. Ete., is larger than ever, and 4 very attractive. We invite au examina tion of oar stock of - - - ,. SHOES, HATS AND rUENISHING GOODS,' , , As each department is full and complete. Thanking onr friends for their generous patronage, and assuring one and all that no effort will be spared to merit a con tinuance of the favor we have enjoyed, We remain very tmly, E.y.MS&C moss pout, miss. Nov. 7, 1891. '. 8f-ly A.ELUMER, MOSS POINT, MISS., pRorniKToa or MOSS POINT GRIST MILL, AND DKALEft IN-, ,' " GENERAL MISS CSL'ALLT KEPT IN A VI It 8T -CLASS STORK. Furniture and Housekeeping Goods of all Kinds a Specialty. STOVES are sold lower than Now Cr leans or Mobile prices, as I bny-tbem for spot cash direct, from tbe munnfacterers. STEAM GRIST MILL-Freeh Meal. Grit, Hominy, Chops, Cracked Corn and Feed of nil kinds sold at lowest market -pricea, aud delivered free ot cbargeithia city limits. Buying feed'iu lurge quanti ties euablcs me to get tho benellt of whnlenale prices, and can therefore a!t. ai cheap us the cheapest. . ( . ' . Custom Shoe Departmont, where a person can get the best Htaoes for least money. No paiter soles, paste-board counter or wooden heel are used in my Shoe Factory none but genuine oak tanned leather, and I defy competition us to prices nnd qnality; , : AIm), bave always on baad flrst-clasa hAllfl.mnlA KKinirlAA Inr aala at lutauttialkl prices. Thanking customers for past patronage I invite a continuance ot same. Respectfully, A. BLUMER. Ceeds BeUverew Free ef Cbarf. October 2. 191. : 31-ly l.H. COMPANY, GENERAL MANUFACTtTREES OF ROUGH AND DRESSED rpjOLUMBER, Gang Sawed, Rift Flooring .4 SPECIALTY. t PINE PICKETS - -AND- ' Cypress Shingles, BIom Point, Kliss. - L. N. Daktt.lkr, Presiden t and Treasurer May 3. 1891 U-l.v MOSS POINT BUSINESS. The Following are Some of the Principal Business Hovses and Enterprise! in the Town of Most Point. L. WILCOX, , . Blacksmith and General Repairs. PASCAQOULA LUMBER CO., 4 Manufacturers of Yellow Pine Lanier. DANTZLER A EVANS, Dealers in General Merchandise. JOHN HILL'S BARGAIN STOKE, . Dealer In General Merehandise. JOHN F. KREB8 VARIETY 6T0KE, Tbe Place to' Get Anything Yon Need. ' E. Tr ROGERS, ' -Dealer in Dry Goads, Groceries, Etc, INTONI0 GATTI, 1 ' Blacksmith, Shipsmith and Boiler Maker. OLIVER WOOD, Justice ot tbe Peace. Court 9d and 4tb Saturdays In the Mouth. -: ' D., K. McINNIS & CO., Dealer lu Drags, Medielnes, Ete. E, W. MANAHAN CO., ; ,;; Wbolesalt&Retail Dealers in Everytblng- C. W. GARNER, Livery and SaTeSSWble. Caraot Sick Horses a Spealalty. CHARLESBEARDSLEE 4 CO,. Watchmaker Jeweler, WaeSJailoaery. E. BL0OMT1ELD 4 CO., fbe Bwatnees EsspoHum el Kaaa Pelat, - . CCDAYIil, "Ctwhje Qroeerles, Feed arnf Xetlens.