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erncui loumi or uixsoi t oimrc comma. email louuu or the towi or iciutoi. P. K.MAYERS,. EDITOR- Scranton, Mississippi: FRIDAY November 24, 1893. TO ADVERTISERS. Tho DEMOC 11 AT STAR is tho oldest newspaper of tie Mississippi Gulf Coast; has a larger bona fide circu lation than any other news paper in this section ; there fore it is the besl advertising medium. Advertisers, bear this in mind. Tms is an off year, you know. It is said that deaf mutes arc neycr seasick. The Parisians are to have a world's fair in 1900. Truly politics make strange , bed fellow. Seel Somb people have to take their med icine without sugar. ' ' ' Thk adoption of an Income U Is not bothering editors. ; y ' Thb yellaw fever has about petered out in Brunswick, Ga. Tn Mobile Beacon Is the name of a new Sunday paper in the Gulf City. Therkis but one paper published in Alaska, and it is lssud once a year. The United States Treasury has shipped 1100 000 in notes to New Or leans. Destructive gales swept over the English Channel the first of the week. Political slates get broken, and others are substituted, discord. But It causes The Ways and Means Committee will be ready early next week with the new tariff bill. There Is less discussion iji State political circles than we have known for many years. Gen. Leon Jastrcmski, a member of the Louisiana press, has been appoint ed Minister to Callao, Peru. The annual reunion of the United Confederate Veterans, will be held In Jackson December 13th and 14th. The criminal situation in Chicago Is so bad that the police find it nec essary to adopt a modified form of martial law. The last election gave the Third party folks a favorable opportunity of determining the fact that there is no room for them. Tns Viking ship which went from Norway to the World's Fair, has started on a cruise down the Missis sippi river to the gulf. i One little county in Ohio made Democratic gains, but that fact won't eclipse McK I nicy's chances for the presidential nomination. Gov. Altgeld, of Illinois, wants to be United States Senator, but unless the anarchists can elect him, he will not reach the goal of his ambition. It Becms that Jacksonville, Flu., Is the place selected for the Corbett Mltchcll fight, but tho Governor of that State says he guess they won't. Sam Jones says ''Politics is the dirtiest thing a man ever handled, ' and I do not blame politicians for not wanting the preachers to take it up." The New Orleans Item says that there are gambling houses in every police precinct In New Orleans, and that everybody knows It except the police, y ; .- ' : ' ' '; . In Louisiana the question of suf frageis being vigorously discussed, They can pattern after their neigh bor, Mississippi, and find the result satisfactory. An important addition to the freight service of the Louisville and , Nashville road is a fast freight train from Cincinnati to New Orleans, shortening the distance fourteen hours. A Harrison county correspondent to one of the coast papers tells of a farmer there who hauls his sweet po tatoes to the mill to havo them sawn Into pieces small enough to enter the oven. , A brother of ex-President Harrison lias been appointed Surveyor of Cus toms at Kansas City. He Is a staunch Democrat, and four years ago declin ed to accept an office tendered him by his brother. We Bee that Gen. Wade Hampton lias signified his willingness to again lead the Democracy of South Caroli na. That State has certainly had ore trial under the leadership of the Tillmans and Irbys. , , IT u aald that the silver men .will . toe the scratch for another round when Congress meets. Chairman Bland la preparing to hare the law of 1837 revived, but promises not to In terfet with the tariff reform. ' . THE HEW TAEIIT. The ways and means committee of which Mr. Wiloon Is chairman, will complete the new tariff schedule next week, and we will then know what to expect In the way of tariff lcgislir tion wnen Congress meets. The peo ple everywhere anticipate with much interest this new schedule, and the heretofore committals of Mr. Clevc land in regard to tax reform will in the main be relied up.in. The country may expect fair treatment and equal taxation, for in his letter of accep tance Mr. Cleveland announces that a tax to promote especial interests and enterprises Is clearly contrary to the spirit of our Constitution, and so di rectly encourages the disturbance by selfishness and greed, of patriotic sentiment, that Its statement would rudely shock our people, if they had not already been allured from the safe landmarks of principle. At the same time the "reduction of taxation should de so measured as not to nec essitate or justify cither the loss of employment by tho workingman or the lessening of his wages." - Mr. Cleveland, who has, of course, been advised and, it may be said, con trolled the making of the new sched ule, believes a readjustment of rates can be accomplished In accordance witli the principles we profess with out disaster or demolition. We le- lieve that the advantages of freer raw material should be accorded to our manufacturers, mid we contemplate a fair and careful distribution of neces sary tariff burdens, rather than the precipitation of free trade." We hope to see tho new tariff sched ule In keeping with the principles enunciated by the President, for upon them the country placed the Demo crats In power, and expect them to be carried out. It Is to be hoped, too, that Congress will not be slow in 'en acting the tariff law, so that the bus- ness of the country, which has been so disturbed by legislation for the past six months, may at once adjust Its conditions to the new enactment. The people want definite Information as to what is to be done, and when Congress shall have settled the mat ter, whether the reform Is made. strict ly in conformity with the pledges of the party or not. wc may expect a re turn of better times. The President, it must be granted, will dominate, and when Congress reconvenes In De cember, he, true to principle nnd mindful of declarations and obliga tions and the wishes of the party, will present a luminous message which may serve as a ,-heacon to keep the Democrats In the path of party prom ises. Senators George and Bate, of the committee to investigate the cause of the low price of agricultural products, have recently been in St. Louis, Mem phis and New Orleans, holding con ferences with tho business men. Cot ton Is the special produce they are In terested In, and after leaving the South they will go to the New Eng land cotton mills and look further In to the "future" business. "It Is pret ty generally conceded," says Senator George, "that the demand for cotton Is greater than the supply, and we are to ascertain, if possible, what causes lead to this condition of affairs (the low price of cotton). It Is well known that prices have1)cen ruling lower In all things since 1373." Thk Hawaiian controversy has mo nopolized a largo amount of newspa per space this week, ancnt the report of the Investigations made by Com missioner Blount. The revolution last spring which was the cause of Queen Llliuokalanl's abdication of the throne, It appears from the re port, was the result of a conspiracy In which United States Minister Stevens formed a leading part and caused the formation of the provis ional government, in order to seize the weak and defenseless government of Hawaii so as serve the selflshing ends of tho conspirators. Mr. Cleve land proposes to undo the unwarrant ed interference of this officious ex minister, and to restore the monarch to the Queen. In this the President will be sustained, we think, by the people and by Congress.' Thk ucw Collector of the Pearl River District, Hon. A. Mortttncr Dahlgren, lias forwarded his bond to Washington and will take charge of his office on the first of December. His cabinet is as Yollows: Chief clerk nt Bay St. Louis, Cfins. . Ever Itt, 1124 a month ; deputy at Biloxl, F. W. Elmer, 100 a month : deputy at East Puscagoula, Alfred K. Krebs, 190 a month. The office of boarding offl cer has been dispensed with. rooii old Cherokee Strip I Perry, Its cnier town, lias sixty saloons for Us 6000 people, forty-five gamblers, two dance balls, and 300 lawyers. Sympa thy Is expressed not on account of the lawyers there, but on top of the other evils comes the announcement that a great many people are in abject poverty and In a starving condition as the winter grows bleaker. Age seems to Improve the mental faculties of Brother P. K. Mayers, as the Dehocbat-Stab grows better wini cum issue. Hattlesburg American Citizen. The Immm Tax. Of Ue proposed Income tax, the Philadelphia llecord very sensibly says: "A more iniquitous and insid ious system of raising public revenue than an Income tax could not be de mised. If it be designed by this policy to divide the people of this country into two distinct classes, the tax-payers and the non-taxpayers a money ed arif-tocracy biipKrting the govern ment, and a despised proletariat hav ing no stake In the country no scheme so well calculated for such purpose could be invented by the ene mies of true Democracy." We havu received the first number of the Coast News, a "patent out side" seven column paper published at Pass Christian by Messrs. W. L. May and II. K. Thornton. This I another venture, which we trust will prove remunerative to our young friends. The telegrams In the Times-Demo crat and Picayune, of the 17th, ttat Ing tint Lleutenant-Gov Evans, of Moss Point, contemplated moving to Birmingham, Ala., were incorrect. That gentleman will do nothing of the sort. He may leave his native heath some time in life, but at preS' cnt he has no such intention. SnmJnnos,ln a sermon to 10000 Birmingham men laid that if the (lev il shutild como In possession of the town he would retain both the mayor and city recorder; that they were the tools of the whisky men and gamblers. He said the recorder would make a very good one for hell. And a big ma' jority of the hearers, by a standing vote, endorsed Sam's denunciation. Mr. Walter M. Cox and Miss Aleda Jeanne Correjalles, were married in New Oilcans on Tuesday, the 21st, and left Immediately for their future homo in Mobile. The Demociiat STAnreturns thanks for a remem brance In the way of wedding cake, and extends congratulations and best wishes: The groom is a brother of Dr. W. A. Cox, of Scranton, and lias a host of friends here. Senator George says that selling five or ten times as much cotton as produced, that Is, future dealing, nec essarily keeps down the price. "Old Trace Chains" is right, but there are some deluded minds contending that the price Is controlled by the "law of supply and demand." One of the leading clothing nnd gents' furnishing goods establish ments South is that of Leon God- chaux, New Orleans. His stocks arc immense and his prices are in keeping with the most progressive and liberal ideas of business. Head his new advertisement in to-day's pa- paper. The South best stood the financial strain of the current year, and the capitalists, appreciating this, arc re viving their confidence and again In vesting in this section. November reports of industrial papers indicate a large increase in the number of new enterprises. A bill before the Georgia Legisla ture proposes to tax life insurance policies, on the ground that the com panies draw more money out of the State than they spend in It, and they should, therefore, bo brought under taxable restrictions. The old and well known firm of D. Mcrcler's Sons, New Orleans, the re nowned clothiers and Imttcrs, have an advertisement In the Democrat-Star to which wo Invite your attention. They are prompt, reliable and accom modating in all business transactions. TnE Mobile Dally Herali 1.? a new evening paper Just started In the Gulf CJty by printers from the Regis ter office. It Is a seven column newsy sheet, and will no doubt receive a good support from tho good people of that place. the Daily Commercial is a new morning paper at Meridian by T. W. Campbell & Co., with Jas. S. Evans, editor. Tho material of the defunct Evening Tribune is used. j Lopez, Dunbar's Sons & Co., oyster packers of Biloxl, want fifty boats to tlsu oysters Tor steaming purposes, See their advertisement elsewhere In this paper. ' The principal portion of the bus! ness section of Starkvillc was burned Tuesday. Ex-Secretary ot Agriculture Jerry Rusk died suddenly nt his home In Vlroqua, Wisconsin, Tuesday, Dr. 1. If. C. Cook, of Auorustii. miss ed throuah town Tuesday, with his brother Joe. en route for Buffalo, N, i ., wncre trie latter will receive med leal treatment from a specialist. It win bo remembered that Mr. Joe uook is tue gentleman wno was so cruelly shot by robbers, while guard ing his uncle's store nt Scranton Inst spring. He Is. pnralyzed below his waist and has never been able to rise from his bed. The Democrat sincere ly trusts that the treatment he will receive in Uuttalo, may be effectual In restoring mm to Health and strength HiaiucBourg Democrat. We ore Informed that Dr. Cook and brother have gone to New York City Instead of Buffalo, and that the very delicate and scientific surgical opera. tlon will be performed next week. Tho Mississippi Road Law, In pam piiiet form, for sale at the Democuat staii office. 1MI (EICBBOBCOOD IIEKX. BY II AND. Mr J. Wyatt Gnilln, of the Moss Point Lumber Co.. pafsed up last week on a business trip through the counties of Greene and Perry. Dr. J. Knox JTcLeod, and niece, Miss Maggie Mclnnis, of Moss Point, passed down one day last week from Perry county, where the doctor has been visiting a sick brother. Dr. Warren D. Katliff returned sev eral d:tys since from his home in Chi- na Grove. Pike county, where he had been called to see his sister, who was seriously ill, but we are glad to learn was Improving when he left. The doctor has several cases of pneumonia lK-rcand fears that with the severe bad colds others will follow. Ourtolored friends, Singleton Fer rill and Millie James were united in the holy bonds of matrimony one day last week, Judge James Helvcstion officiating. A marriage by falsehood and decep tion is the work of the devil and his angels, and should be registered in shod. Mr. Jessie ' Parker ond son West, made a short stop in Basin on their return from a business trip in the up per part of the county last Saturday. Mr. Parker says ho was surprised at tlie improvements in our town since his last visltiLIle thinks that Basin will in the near future become one of the greatest butter producing towns in the State with such milkers as Emma Brownie and. Bess, to be followed with Tattle B., Blue Bell and others. . JtVhy, brother Jess, have you been hnptin all this time ? Know you, that a town with as energetic people is bound to go ahead 1 Come now, just move up among us and you will soon be In line. Maj. G. S. Lrathcrbury and daugh ter, Miss Katie, are spending some time with Mr. (ieonrc Leatherburv and family, at fjcatherbury's landing. Mr. (icorge JLeatiierbuiy is owner and manager of the largest turpentine business fji our section. ; . The steamer Sadie L., with a fine cargo for Jiflsin nnd surrounding country, reached Carter's landing one day last Week, where she grounded, and was compelled to transfer her freight to Hats to hedelivcrcd. Among Its passertfters were Mr. K. H. Lewis and brother: Fred, Fathers Oliver, Bally and. Furrelly. who spent some time with our mayor and family. November being a good month for rattlesnake, yarns, here goes: Mr. Print Byrd while out In the hills back of his home' hunting a missing bull yearling, one and a half years old, came on a monster rattlesnaKe lying across his path. Not wishing to give uphisseKicii, and being pressed for time, Mr. Byrd proceeded to give Mr. Snake n charge or shot through the bead wlilch soon put and end to him. Noting his Immense size he drew his hunting knife and with a thrust ol the keen made ripped the reptile open inn, to nis astonishment out roiled his yearling. Being somewhat doubtful of his own eyes, he was studying the case when the yearling rose in a dazed condition, ran against Mr. Byrd,. knocking him, with his gun, over an embankment some 20 or 30 feet high, without injury to him self or gun. The yearling then made for the swamo and has not been heard from since. No witnesses to tills alfalr suillce it to say, Mr. Byrd killed a largo rattlesnake last week having elevcu rattles and a button. The scheme to establish a home for Confederate veterans In this State is taking practical shape, and one of the plans Is to buy tho residence of Jefferson Davis, at Beauvoir, and con vert it in u home. The Mississippi rresbytcrian Syn od met in New Orleans Wednesday night In the Napoleon Avenue rres bytcrian Church. Rev. W. 11. Alex ander, of Kosciusko, was elected Mod erator. Four boys at a birth, Is tho news that comes from Winston county. Mrs. Fnt, the mother is doing well. Three of the boys arc living. .Yew Jldttertihemsnt. Wanted! i'l W Uteri for steaming pur poses. ,.Wjaro prepared to pack oysters, provided we can secure -enough boats to give ns a moderate supply. For pui l icnlars, apply lo ' ' ' LOPEZ, DUNBAR'S SONS &C0. IULOXI. MISS. Nov ?4. IBM, . 40 3t MEAT MARKET (J. W. Jones, Trop.) Fresh Beef, Mutton, Pork. . I.AftD NOTICE. Laxi0fick atJacksox, Miss., 1 Nov.lW, 1813. j Noticu is hereby given Mint the follow, in!! mimed settler bun filed notice ol hi intention to luukii Html proof in MiniiKirt ot Inn clit in. ttiul I hut su id proof will be niuue ueioro nie circuit, uierK ot Jack son county, ut. Scranton, Miss., oil Juu- uury lM, VIE ! Alliril K. Smith. Homnste ul No. 21-20:1 for the ninth lot north nrnst. , nuocinu 35, township i smith, ruiurn 7 wiwt,. He mi nit the following witnesses to prove his oontiiiiiiins l-csidencti npou iiuil uumviiiiini ur Mini indu, MS. Duviil Kuirlev. Ransom I-'hIiIuv. Ilnviil Dims, Levi Howell, all of Cross Unuiuj 1. O., luckson comity, Miss. , KOUEKT E. WILSON, Register. Noir.lM WW. 40-6t Dissolution Notice. The arm of Dmilxler A Evans le this day dissolved hy mntuul consent. L. N, Dui.tiler will collect all debts tine the mm mid imsuiue all liubilitlei. L. N. DANTZLKS, -. M.M.EVANS. Moan Point. Miss., Nov. 8, l&O. ' Nuv, 17, lrj. 3K.4t Contract IVolire. Si is w Mississippi. ( Jackmin Couxty. ( Tnlilie noliro i hrteby uiveti tliiitlhe rmitntrt for n-uiiriiiir rnnie-wiiy mi Fran co ferry road mad near IVrmi Spring, in Kiiil loniily. ill atworiliinuti with it;iiii mill cilicatioiM on lile in I ho oflli-e of Hie unihiii.:il will 1 nHiT-d at ill" Imnt door of tlw (.'inrt-boiiM) ol wii'l eoniily. in I lie town of Surmitou, lit 12 o'clock M., on Monday, December 4. 1803. IlomI hi ilonlilt! tin. iitminnt of run I met piii o will Im iiHinml, unit i twefnr w ill lm n;o,nin-t lo kiir t li work in re wir lor time year from iicci'iitiince ti.1V)1r. Nov. 11. lttl. :w 41. Aiiiiiniftlrnloi', Sale. By virtue of 1 1i mil hoi ity vented in me hy n decn-e of llm Chancery Court, nf Juckaon comity, Jlisslwipjii. Hi the A ngnsf term, thereof. , tlis nnder Kt)iieil inliiiiniMtiiitor of iIih i ntuit) ot J. SI. Flunk, deceased, will on Monday the llf day of December. A. .. 1833. oil at the front iloor of the Court -In -nun, in Ki-raiiton. within legnl liotiin, to the highest, liiildi-r Inrmah. I he following lie acrihed I mi l or prnvel of Ja id. Mtuuiiil in Jackson county, Mi.Kiwiiiil, to.wit : In Htcliou 11. township d hoiiiIi of range 6 went, nml more piirtieiiliirly de scribed us IjiI No. 42 of the Yiih-Dtinv Delnios tract, usitir by u plat. I here of ol record on pugo 73 of Book 'in. 2. Krcouls of IVciU ot J.ickxon comity. Missiwippi. from in;; aonth on Jackson Av-HiiU! 150 t i t, mill running back north between paiullrl lines :ttl lent. .1. W. A LI. MAX, Aibnoiisirati.r. Nov. 10, IrtM. . :w-4t Monition Holier. ' ' United States Marshal's Monition, L. Lopkz A Co., VJ. Gasomnk Boat Siiuimp In Hid L n it cil Mates District Court, Southern Division of llu Sjinluni District of ilinsissippi., - . , - In obedience to an ndnilinlty w::rniiil. to iiiu directed, in the uhovo entitled Kiiit, I huve veizcil anil tiikeu into my poNsi'Knion the uusoline Itoat Shrimp, her tackle, etc., now libeled by L. Lope A Co., foi the ciiiliu'H net I'orill ill the libel now pending In the District Court of the I'll i ted Stales fur the. Southern Division At (he Southern District of Mississippi. And t du hereby cite aui' iidtnotiisli t lie owner or owners therujf, ami nil ami every person or persons having or pre tending lo have any right, tille oi iuler est ill or to theKiime, to lie ami appeal at a District Court ot the United State fur the liistrict aforesaid, to be bullion nt the city of Mississippi City, on Hut Fhnt Monday of December, 1893, at II o'clock a. in., to show caiise. if iiuy they have or can, why I ho said (iisnline Unat. Mil imp, her laekl". elc. should mil be condemned mid sold ngieeiibly to the ptncr of libellant. U. S. Marshal's nttlee. MiH.sIi.si mil Citv. 4lb iluy of November, I81M. j.s. aicMoiur.u. 8. M. Southern iJisirict of Missiiwippi. Uy J.J. L.YOX-, hepiny Marshal. November til, lsUI. -.W-at, Monition Notice. United Slates Maishal's Munition J. li. liOIIKKTrt, V8. IUiikkmink IIkxiiv L.OLrK.oo In I llu United Stairs District Court, Southern Division of I bo Southern District of Mississippi. In obedience lo an iidniirnlly warrant, to me directed, ill till) above entitled suit. I hnvn seized and I a ken Into my posses sion the llarkenline llciirv L. (3rci;, Kr ast us Cogens imisrer, her tackle, etc., now libeled by J. II. IIoIm'IIs for the muses set forth in . the libri how pending in the District Conn of III United States for the Southern Di vision lit' I hit Southern District of Missis sippi. i And I do hereby cite and iiilnmn ish thi owner or owners thereof, ami all and eyly person or peinuus bavin or pretenilhig to huve nuy right, tille or in terest lit or to the saint, to be and iiptcui nt a District. Court of the United States foi tho District aloresnid. to be hidden at the city of Mississippi City on I ho Firnt Monday f Del-ember, 1803, at. 11 o'clock a. m., In show citnse, if nny lltey have orciiii, why th.i said ll.irki'ii- iiiu Henry i.. tiretrti. her ruckle, etc.. should not, bo coudeiiiiiii i mid sold utiruc- ably to the prayer id libellauts. t . 8. Marshal's olliue. Misisimii Citv. 41 li tiny of November, l'j;!. J. n. McMvlLY. U.K. M. Southern District, lit' Mississippi. By J. J. Lyons Deputy Marsh il. .Nevember 11), 18'Jli. JW-St. Noii-ltcsiriciit Notice. Tim Stnte orSlississinni. To Su rn h Cntcliut : Von urn contain ndfil lo u linear liefure Hie Chiiucery Court, of the County o! Jitcktiuu, in Kind iStiili!. on lho 2nd Monday of February, A. D. 1S!M, to defend the s -it In siild court of John C'lUcliot, Wherein yon ur n ilel'eiuliiut. Uiveii Hiiib r my hiinil this Nov. 2. 18ti3. V. 41. DENNY, Clerk. Nov. 10. 1KB. :itMr. ". Cheap Shoe Store, DELMAS AVE., cor. Frettl street, . Scranton, Miss. , : S' Fine snoes. A. SCHMITT, Prop. Anj(nst4, i-eib. S4-4m To Whom It May Concern. I boilgllt. 10 Iiiiiti'Ih of . tlLVm LEAP Patent. Flour, inuiiiiliictnrwl liy EUREKA 1,-UI.LKK il 1 liL, Doir, MicliiL'iiii-rinr. rick Um. iiroiinetom osi trial I Iihvb l i kd miiil Hour utiilllnil it AI..11111I cim clii citnlly rfconimnntl it bolli for fiimily unit uucki'm' nw, nml hi my etiiiiiitiou, IT CAN'T BE BEAT. Irylt una ua convinci'il, nml yon will uwiioomur. a. o. Vmtterde. Pronletor (jcrittiton Hukery rr mile ky all ike tUn Crece n. Boriinroii, Minn., Our. 87, 1HM. Wl-tm W. 8. Martini's Male. Pascaoouia 8uip Ciiaxiii.kky Co., Barkkntixk Hkxky h. Ghkoo. By virtue of tlie antboiity vcsleil in ma, by 11 writrun NKrevniHiit between tlie reHHecfive inrtiiiM to the nbnve Htvlml caiiw, 1 me ttnili-niiKneil. MiiimIiuI (, rue nuutuerii UMMIutof MiMlwiiipl, will Monday, the 27fA day of November, ioyj, m lio ciocK, M., t. tliefrout floor of tlie Com t-lioniKi, In mrHiiHiii, wii t, pnutlo miction to me uignetM uiiuiiir for enab the followluir Uenorio-d vowel 11 ml nermniul nroii. eity, lo-wit: The Hurkentiiie Hmify u. urcgg mw ne now Ilea 111 tut) I'tUKUiran m liver U Bcrutilon, together witli tlie lucKin, vHiurei auu furntiwr tlierauu 4U1I aiipnuuce tuereuuto bolonitlnir. J. . McNKlLV. TliiKv.l4.1fllO. Nov. 17, ISOX . jSDti .Yew .frfrrr Utrmmt, LEON GODCHAUX, -WHOLESALE AND BETAIL- 81,83 AND 85 CANAL ST., AND 8 AND 10 CHARTRES tr NEW ORLEANS, LA. THE LARGEST CLOTHING HOUSE SOUTH. Country orders solicited. Samples nml rules for uAt . . i. ill! 1.. 1 .... 1! .. "'I iiiciisuiuinciu iimii cliarsre. Nnvemlier24, 1H93. II. Ilmisu, I'rctidcnl. 11. M. I'umxkk. Cashier. CAPITAL,. $25,000, SCRANTON, MIS8. t ' Docs a legitimate Hanking Ji.xciiangc bonsrlit anil sold on EFSpccial attention to ship to Master. Insurance on DlllKCTOKS. .r.i.Konn, J-w. stew-'-v J. i., , U.M. L.UUI'., . . . II. KAAUALI.,NJar, ir u II. J . J. Jiiniiiirv IX f.M D. RflERCIER'S SONS THE EENOWNKn J Clothiers and KCatteis, FOR CHEAPNESS AND FAIR DEALINC. ' Two Blocks &om Canal-DAUPEINE STREET-Two Bio rtsiftitaa IVI3W Novemlier 21, !.. (South Side Eailroad, cor. Delmat Ave. and Frederick SU.) SCRANTON, MISS. DEALEUIN Dry Goods, Notions. Shoes. Stationery ) CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES. . a FEED. HARDWARE. ETC. Specialty. ) PATRONAGE SOLICITED. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Goods Bemyebed Fbee op Chahge. July ai, 1"03. 5 FINE JOB DEMOCRAT-STAR JOB OFFICE. Letter Heads, Koto Heads, Statenicnts, Cards, Shipping Tags. Bill Hcids, ve(l(linjr JnvitntioiiR, Piunplilets, Ueceipt Books, Envelopes, rrojrrains, Every Description of Job Printing EXECUTED IN AT HARD TIME LAND NOTICfi.. Land Okkick at Jackkov, Mm., October 1:1, IrtlM. Kotine Im lii-rrtiy uiven Hint llin liillnw. llltfllllllUMl K'ltll'f linn tilml nntioH of hm iiitniitinii to iiiiiku lini'l eiimmiiteil im'ihiI 11 Hiiiiiirt ol lim clinin. mill ih.it. miiil prnot will bn 111111I11 Ix.'liir.) the Ciiuiiit. Cli ik of .iHi'kwni roniity, nt 8cruiiton. Mis, on Duci'inber 1. 1-9:1. viz: t'liiliilli'W S. lioll. l'l-u-i'inn I inn Knli v. No. 7. fur I he mint j of HiintliiiiiHt jt, wintii wiwt J of HiiittlieitHt i, HiK'tioii M. ami iiil II wi-Ht i ol' tMi'itliWimt 1. evoti 011 XI toWiwliii :t Month, rtnina west. lie iiiiiiHit tlm followinir witni'i!K to iirove bin eontiiiiioim irniili'm n hihhi nml ciilllvntioii of, miiil I11 ml. h: illintn E. Walters, Willinin M. Tun ni'r. Jnliu C. Ely. Jr . Joini McOoiiuM.ull ol Aiin iii.nM P. O., JuekmHi eon iilv, Stlm. '. JH-ifiAUrK. 1USON, Kigisler. OttolH r 2U. IMtKl. :i5-t Conttablc,s Sale. E. II. Smith, ! ' vs. Execution fur CilAliLKV Jackwin. S 7.15 miit eot. U.v virtue of lliMiibove Ktiitml i xlicll I ion In nwdinrteil bv S. A. Oliver, 11 Jimtieo or rbe Pence or tlm county of Jiickaon wini btuie ol Mianiiiaippi, I will, Monday. 4th doy 0 December, 1893, ut Hid fiont iloor of tlie Cniirt-limiMi. in rhe town of Hennthm, wiililn KruI liourM expo! to khIo, mi piibllu onli i v to tlie liibimi. biililnr fur oiimIi, nil tbo tight, in reri'Mli ami cliiini I lie ili-fenilniit., Clniiley Jiickhou biw in mil to 11 oiiituiii inter of Inmt (lunuribed 111 buiuic ,tlio noil lienst i f tli wiiitliweMt i ; tlie aontbena i of Ibonoitliwi Kf f aofiion 24, townabin 0, 111 nail 6, which Inm been leviuil 011 ua tlie pluiH'i ty of xiiiil ilef.-mlunt, nml will be wilil tomtiitly tlm J111. niiioiit. tlimein uuil nil coata. J. J. C'UNSIXGII AM. Co'iHtiili'e. Nov. 3. lHftl, 37.4f E. H. HAiinAiti), nr. H, YtiiLi.it, Preaiileiil. . 8ee'y HiidTnui. GILBERT ANUFACTURING - COMPANY, Manufactureraof SASH, COCr.S, GUKSS MOULDINGS, TwMdOeluuu,' Ktwtli, Btluttn. Sorall work of nil k'nu. Wood uiantela nnd atalr work. All klmla ot utM cabinet work. Wiuilow nud door' linniea apuoialty. ' 111 US loitl Kral It., Ml, ftte, Tdtphoflt 282. P. 0. Box 82. Aa to tlm oimlltr of mir work, w refer o to the Hcrjulou StaUlUink. Wo ran toil, Mb. ' uriiishiil?Gooasand Hats " Bi - ui on application, free of 40-ly J. I. Fe.ii, Viw.prwi(fc Imsincss in all its branclien all principal cities in Enn disbursements. Advance inadj freight proenred at lowest rata DAKTZl.ro HKKK1N0. Kb. -lr OULEA3'H, LA. 40J'u ( FrotcWi ri'li'liritiii ( Garden Seifc PRINTING ,4 T. BallTiekHn, Legal Ulaiiks, Lawyers liriefs, Fniieral Notices, Circulars, rosters, Hand Hills, Dodgers, THE BEST STYLE PRICES FOR CASH. C. E. Cor. Dccntur and St. Lciuls Strccle, New Orleans, Ia, ....nrnlor In.... impobteo pyriiPQ uml DOMESTIC LlVdiillwi ToDaccois:s Also iSole Pniprlctor 4if . . . . The Oleliratcd Smoking aud Chewing Tobacco. : July 28. 18!)3. lr IS Hood jromla. well nmde nml l"1""' ri'liuble iu every reenect are the ""' !" ttrviNe Ititrer woiita. Tln'iw'a I" Hlmiit tbia. for, knowing well tin ' " of lulolliir. It ia M imtmul drain) tnti whem it will aecnrn lb grwirwt ww" In whir mtUtt wy can tin pMaliml tli 11 11 im I be iwrclmne f mrrm nnrvn wlruin W AAA A OA Vff IA W fW Qimlity ia what tclla every t" new Pinch Tru-iion Imlioiit' ' Miiiiio'leiiHion ReleiiiH'r will Biv.v" idea of the kind ot iniprnveinonH 'jr ndilinir lo the White Maobnir. TW apeak for tliemiioIviMi in a mnn !JJ ciiriieaeiinviclioii with thrm !;w Hied, nnd will aell iialow P"?!W ciisli or pn may monthly pnyine" d. T. KILBY. AOIHT; SCRANTON. M5J Oct 20.1m Steamboat for Sale-. The new 8tel-Hnll, Twiu-JtojJ ciii;er Steniuer OBOK0I, TZ. July, 1892. UnRth. 1 nmur, Beam, 18 fenl I Width, over Tj Deiilh ot Hull, 1 feeti 8e Hofler, 8 feet in dlinolr. U twoiM-iuoh Fltieoj 8H Belnrtl VQ Inehea In iliumetor. Dninflir.t "L- inoliea III diumetor. umn.'i -.f 3 fw l forwunl. SihwiI, 15 inatlll wter. Onbln '!luk 3 by 40 ItH j Cabin oft, U Nnplled with Antmtl8mr' tr Cloaeti ml Wash Koonui Luw diatoraj Mnonnlfe Ctrl ' npholatenMl fitpml Car PnlltolC 1 .M I - r - , 1 .Ml t'"' paaaeuovni. u amow.v.D,"i-- luniz uiaa 00 tv ii rot torthor iwrtkiiiiM initU,et"w;i r.c: 8CKAK- Kov.3, ltd. u8ntll, 1(03. '