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-lua U. 01 THE T0W1 OF CTABW. ",B 1 THl ' " BlDAY. November 24, 1893. fnCftL NEWS. TIME - TABLE R A ca In tOUI6V GOtSO EAST. Leave NewOrleans At T:M pm 1 Canton t 11:00 p. ui. Arrive Vk i2.nloDta:K p. m. Arrives at S ?T. i.-mton ut 11 :24 a. in. Arrives t . I -loaves Mobil 1S: D. m. Arrives k?-"" Mobile : '. A"lve V-A . .5 . . . Xu Orleana. 7:SS a. in. solium, h . 5:;w . ,. Arrives f. p ill. Nw Orleans, 10:25 p. ni OEO. J. SANTA CUTZ. Station Agiut. arc tremV "0ur streets need repaJritifw , V ( ( Hrraiiton lias dirty sidewaks. Tramp are iiore In pleat variety, Mr F. J. Johnson has been quite kU'k. ' :" '; Circuit Court opens hero next Mon day. . Tbanksuivlnjs-irteys ling in their Units. rcrliaus It" may take place when January winds begin to blow, If you want to increase your town taxes, vote for the water woiks. Mr' Jackson Murray, of Orange Grove, was I" town on Monday. Mr. J. A. Miller spent several days tills wci'k on Ills farm tit Rusln, bmit one hundred yards of chit tHngs is enough for one person a day m-u J T. Ford and Mrs. II. M riuiiiincr vlsit'-d Mobile on Monday Thanksgiving turkeys aresiiilni low and roosting high. The dockets are not very hcavy.und It is tlunitflit Court will only last one week. 'flie Farnsworth Lumber Co.'k mill is shut down for lack of storage room. Mrs. Louis T. DeJean and mother, tys. I'eter Uhinchurd, arc visiting New Orleans. . Miss Mil Smith, a charming young lady of 1'nss Christian, is visiting the Misses liowniati. Mr. mid Mrs. W. M. Clinty visltAl New Orleans last week to purchase Chrisltpi's foods. - rm The Water Wtrki EleetUa. On the second Monday in December the 11th day a special election is ordered by the Board of Mayor and Aldermen to get the sense of the peo ple of this place on the proposition of water works. It Is the duty of every property bolder and tax-payer of the town to turnout on that day and cast bis vote for or against this proposi tion. Those who oppose the water works should mark out the word "for" and leave the word "against" as print ed on the tickets. All who have reg istered and paid their taxes four months before this election are enti tled to vote. Every one who pays taxes In this town ought to thorough ly understand the question to be de cided. As we stated last week, there is no uecessity for the proposed water works, and it would be too great a burden on the tax-payers while its Inipraetlenbilty is self evident. To leave out the legal phase of the prop osition, which, when all the facts are viewed, without a doubt puts the un dertaking in a bad and damaging light, the further facts of the propo sition should be carefully weighed. Admitting for argument's sake that th' proceedings so far have becu legal and that the supply from the well or works" U sufficient and to be relied npon, there is left to be considered the question of a heavy tax of. many years standing. 'If yoti f hi nk the artesian well and the proposed works complete are absolutely necessary, to that degree of expense, at least, vote for the proposition. And remember when you cast your ballot that it is a question of cold facts and figures dollars and cents yon are deciding, and, therefore, you should not be in fluenced by either sentiment or prejudice. BUSINESS LOCALS. Ucil Holms 18 OiU ttt li to ktk listfto Christmas cards Cox's drugstore. of all kinds at Go to Chidsey's the Hustler free. and get a copy of Messrs. J. . - "ell, of Vancleavc, and C. C. Orre of Amerlcus, were in town on Tuesday, " A special L. & N. train carrying live carina s of race horses passed here Monday evening. k Mrs. John H.Santa Cruz, of Grand Hay, Ala., visited her mother, Mrs. II. L. Pol this week. Mr. Willie A. Krebs, of Tascagoula, while duck bunting on Grand Uat ture killed nine wild geese. Mr. A. Vennemann.of New Orleans, paid a visit to his daughters at the Convent on Sunday last. Uev. T. L. McSeece will preach In the llaptlst Church Sunday night at 7:1 All cordially invited. . All officers of the county are requir ed by law to be present Monday when Judge Tcrral charges the grand jury. Our country friends who attend court next week will please not forget to call at the Dkmocuat-Stah office During the wind and rain Monday night the signs of the Scranton State Hank and Dr. W. Saucier blew down Dr. W. A. Cox and son Henry at tended the wedding of his brother Walter M. last Tuesday in New Or leans. , ' The question of water works or no water works is agitating the tax pay ers of Scranton. We will sec what we will sec J Hev. Fathqtf M. J. Family, of St John's Church, New Orleans and Fa ther Victor Hally were guests of Father C. A, Oliver last week. Capt. Volncy Brown, of Pascagoula Is certainly an enterprising citizen Judging by the way he lias beautified , his home at that lovely resort. Perhaps J udg-eTerral will call the attention of the grand Jury to the ; manner In which the tax-payer's mon ey of the towii is bandied. We arc r en nested to state that "Square" Dullard shaved off hismus- tuclic Tuesday night lust. He expects next season to be a better crop year, Pascagoula Is an attractive winter resort Northern visitors will And "orafort and pleasure by a sojourn at the Pascngoulu Hotel or the Cottage by the Sea. Rev. J. M. Pugb will preach In the i rckoytcrlau Church on next Sunday atlla. m. and at 7 p. m. Also at East Pascagoula at 3 p. m. All are cordially invited to attend. ' Services at 10:30 Sunday morning in "UUieran Schnol-iimiap. ah Rev. C. J. Brodcrs has been requested to deliver oration for Mm Abibamu confer' was convening at Mobile. - last Monday Nick Larson nedden llyeuthlsrhiht thumb off In man puiatlng a saw at C. L. Luce's black nUth shop. , The wound was dressed lDt, W.IUfcJI. ' I - v. - ' nursapQie30tli Inst., mns fluerade ball will be given at Odd Fel "h Hall, under the auspices of I ' Ii?e cotor,e t Scranton gentleraen ,re will open with a grand IDontScnd Your Orders For Printing From Home. Do not be so parsimonious as to al ow a few cents difference In the price of Job Printing to cause you to send your orders from home. Suppose printing is a little cheaper (it Is not, however,) in New Orleans or Mobile, goods are also cheaper in those mark ets, and if that way of doing is ad hered to every store In Scranton would bo compelled to shut up. You iict a living profit on all the goods you sell. Itn willing to give the home printer a living profit on his work. Stores arc conveniences, so are print ing olllccs. llolh should be patron i. cd and maintained in preference to any foreign concern. These are cold facts, and we trust the merchants and business men of Scranton will consider them. ' Grand masquerade ball, Odd Fel lows' Hall, Thursday, Nov. 30th, mu sic furnished by Gass' full siring band, of Mobile. All names must be listed on or before Saturday, 25th Inst., us no tickets will bo sold after that .date. Ladies can buy masks at Chris. Nelson's, and gentleman their costumes at M. Jacobs'. Th llowing gentlemen constitute the committee of arrangements: Chas. Sheriff, AVm. Farnsworth, Fritz 1). Itecht, G. M. Luce, If. M. Plummer, L. Liicc, 1'. Feore, J. I. Ford. F. H Lewis, W. A. Cox, L. 1 DeJean and V. M. Cant y. OrricK Pbmochat-Staii.I Scranton, Minn., Nov. 22, ISIKt.l Report for tt-evk ending Nov. 2-1, 1893. ENTERED. Xor. 15. Bntiuli sehiMHHT I.adv Slma, Clear, 114 tons, from ri assail. American m-hnnncr Annie I.. Ht-ndcrson HcnnVraon, 4117 toim, from New Amulet dam, South America. Noi wrpinn Imrk Diux, Thnrsen, 045 lon., iroiu run .vital. CI.KAUE!). . 20. American aclinoner Oaror 0 Oreen by Dantzk-r k Co., for Caibarien, Cuba with Z2S7SB liet lumber valued at -'; fldilGs to Yoniiu People ABOUT TO MARRY. Getting married Is easy enough. Anybody can do that; but staying married is another matter. Young peplo who get married are, as a rule, not overburdened with this world's goods, and much has to lie hought before they get fairly settled dowu. Family discord often begins by the liinxparienwd young wife stop ping at the first store she runs across to do hiir shopping, often paying more for hor goods than she need to, or getting Inferior goods which soon wear out, .thus..cmis)ing a heavy and continual drain on the slender re sources of tho young husband and bringing Inmsuddenly to n realization of the stern realities of life. All this may be avoided, If you will only TRADE WITH CLARK, where high quality and low prices rulesuprcnie, and the transition from the elysian and vaporous dreams of the young and happy enthusiasts to the solid realities of life be accom plished so gradually and impercepti bly as to cause no Jar, and thus ena ble them to glide peacefully down the stream of time to a happy reali.ation that marriage is not a failure. Wood mouso traps with 3 holes, 3c. Six good tea spoons for 4c. Six extra heavy tea spoons for Oc. Six good tablespoons for'c, Six extra heavy table spoons for Klc. Handsome sllverlnc waiter, 11x14 Inches, 9c. Handsome sllvcrlne waiter, Hi Indies In diameter, 5c. Tin kitchen dipper, with long han die, 01 Inches In diameter, 4 Inches wp, 8c. Japancd iron Are shovel with tinned handle, 141 inches long, Oc. Tin milk strainers with Bnc wlro bot toms, footed, 0 Indies In diameter, 8c. Deep tin pans, 1U Inches in diame ter. 31 inches deep, 9c. ; , - Patent crank flour sifters, with crank on side,' sold evcrvwherc ut 2." to 35 cents, our price 12c. A full assortment of tlnware.housc furnishing good, dry goods, shoes, etc., equally cheap. - - ' ' - ' 1 J.D. CLARK, Scranton, Miss. When in need of a stoveof any kind, don't fall to call on W. M. Canty. Go to E. Velllon, Krebs Avenue.for clothing, boots, shoes, etc. Guns! guns! lilies and and loaded shells at the MAMMOTH STORE of DeJean & Mitchell. . . Try the perfume shaving stick at C b i dsey 's. ' . New goods received every week nt C. Nelson's. MARINE. OCEAS SPRINGS LOCAL MS. MR. H. F. RUSSELL ii the nthoriwd ar- ent at Ocean Sprinjce for tba Dihociat-Sta and hit receipt for duet will be recopniied. Moss Point Department. Oil for greasing vehicles and ham ness cheap at Scranton Pharmacy. Fire-dogs, coal skuttles, fire sets, etc., at w. M. Canty's. Atmore's minco meat at 121 cents per ponnl at lKJean & jiitciieus MAMMOTH STORE. Use Uneum or Woman's Friend at Chidsey's.. . ,. , Fresh stock of boys' knee pants and suits, all prices, at VV. M. Canty's. Ilring j our harness for repairs to K. Velllon, Hariiess-ftiyke.'l' ' Lars Pedersen, Tuu photographer, next to Lindinger house, takes your picture. All work guaranteed.. ; ' Men's dress pantaloons and also men's and boys' oVEBCQATS at W M. Canty's. .. . . Finest assortment of drugs and pat ent medicines in town, all fresh, ut Chidsey's. Physicians' prescriptions carefully compounded day or n ight at Chidscys'. A new assortment of hats and clothing, Just received at the 'MAM MOTH STORE of PeJean &M Itchell. Chidsey's drugstore, like the brook, 'goes on forever." 1 Fou Rent Nice dwelling In Scran ton at $10 per month.. Apply to C. NELSON. At Long Ilench, Harrison county, Miss., on Wednesday, November 8, 18M, bv Rev. Mr. Harmon, Mr. J. L. Hudson and Miss Ada F. Emkrson, Attendants: Miss Julia Dedeaux and Mr. Ed. Allen; Miss Virginia De deaux and Mr. James Cruthirds. A sumptions dinner was served out in the. open nl r, and a large crowd par took of the good things, which were so Mell prepared for the festive occa sion. Jeb Printing ! Job Matlnr I Merchants and business men, havp vour Job Printing done at tho old reliable Dkmociut-Stak Job office, Fine work and low prices. Fast press es and competent, workmen. Large assortment, of toilet soaps. Including Pears', Glenn's Sulphur and Woodbury's Facial at Scranton Phar macy. ": ; Go to Chidsey's for a pieceof music, Flee as a bird." Try the Jolden Cottollne, the suc cessor to Hog-fat,' at W. M, Canty's. Recommend , Johnson's : Magnetic Oil for rheumatism, neurulgin, spniins, bruises, lunnback. It quick ly relieves pain. J. T. Stewart and W. A. Cox. V Furniture upholstered and varnish edmade new by P. Ii Clements, on Pascagoula street. Dressing and traveling caseswork boxes, manicure and ti sets, beauti ful albums, shaving' sets, and dolls, toys and sundries of aU kinds at Cox's drugstore. . :. .: The handsomest unij finest assort ment of Xmas goods ever brought to S'iranton can be found at Cox's drug store at prices to suit the times. Heme again 1 My old patrons and friends will please take notice that 1 am at home again at my Oyster Saloon on the riv ersidc. Fresh, fat oysters served In nnv style on short notice. Come and see mo. VICTOR HOSARGE, SR. Foot of Delmas Avenue, Scranton. Tele M. Phillips, manager Postal graph Office, Is a practical watchmak- r. He solicits work in that line. Is Hurkue and River Kotti. The schooners Hlldegard and L. N. Dantzler arrived at Caibarien on the th from Pascagoula. The big mud scow, now Lelng re built on the Scranton ship ways . will be launched to-morrow. , v ; The schooner I). Frank Neally is in the river awaiting charter. The work of pulling off the brig Mary C. Mariner iscontinued. The three masted schooner Bnralett arrived In port Wednesday night. Capt. J. G. Foster lias severed his Connection ns captain of the steamer Sadie L. Tho schooner Louis Hastings, Al- bury master, arrived Wednesday from Key West. Messrs W. S. Kcyser & Co. have chartered the Norwegian bark And cake from Hamburg, to load at Ship Island. Messrs. DeJean & Mitchell bought the wrecked charcoal schooner Frank lin. Price M0. The schooner Chas. Fowler and flat A. Lnmey are receiving repairs at the Phoenix ship yard of Capt. .Peter Kluncbard. Schooner Anna Mr Stammer will be overhauled at Capt. Frcntzs ship yard shortly. Norwegian bark Caledonia arrived on the 17th to take the cargo of the dismantled bark Phoebe. Schooner Louise II. carried 105 bbls rosin and 50 bbls turpentine, and the steamer Capt. FrIU 50 bbls turpen tine to New Orleans this week. Cliurconl schooners from this port to New Orleans tho past week, were Juliana, M. FlechasandAlclope. The J.W.Frost with 40 000 feet orium bcr and tbo Two Sons with 30 cords of wood. ' The handsome tug Leo, S. II. Rugge, captain, arrived In tho river Tuesday night, after receiving a gen eral overhauling and new boiler in New Orleans. The Democrat-Stab Job office Is prepared on short notice to print the smallest size visiting rard to a half sheet poster, and in fact, every de scription of Job Printing is done at the DKMociiAT-STAtt Job office Next Monday the barkentme nen- ry L. Gregg, will be sold at auction by tho United States Marshal. It will bo time early 'next month for our merchants to advertise their Christmas goods. Don't forget to let the people know where to purchase these goods. Advertise In the Dkm- ocuat-Stah. The DuMOCBAT-STAn Job Printing office Is the best equipped printing office for general work on tho Coast. Pi-pane new and fust, typo new and of the latest styles. Prices to suit the times. Send qlong your orders. Blank receipt books for sale at the Democrat-Stau office. COIL I COIL II 91.1 1 1 Scranton Coal and Wood Yard prepared to deliver from November 1st the Underwood Grate and Lump Coal, also the Anthracite Nut Coal and Rlatksnilth's Coal. The Under wood Grate Coal, all lump, Is ' consid ered to be the best mined In Ala bama; delivered in .Scranton at W.50 per ton, nt Pascagoula $5 50, at Moss Point 86 50. v. C. Flanagan, ; , A Proprietor, Alabama Crate foal. Scranton ,".50,;. ifascagoula, Moss Point $7 ner ton delivered.' - - rr Is without any consideration the best coal ever sold in tills vicinity. w l . JOM'Y. MORGAN, ' , MR MLB WHIT, ' Or wllUfradc fot land, a house, suit able for a boarding lnuse or stores, ADIllV to E.JIARRISON. . " a Scranton. Miss, eTAPANESQ (CURB of wo if (Jora fur Pllna f everv UQ''-iiu nn.1 ooimift. It malea an onaratloa rllll tb kiilto or iolnotiinu of oitrbolla add, wbiak its ptiisnu ar.-t coiaora a doiwumiu. onra, ana oxmb iuuhk in wwin, umifti'iwory. vsnv only DAT foe AU iwel.ort. u bra, for I it mad. Wagl tint? In dOAfh. unnbOMoerr. hle urr.bl liaa? W ncxei i; euro em cnn. tuanintM xon mi Gtuuant.im wued 'oy our avouta, J0NSTIPAT1CKS nrad, fllH Pranatad, tr laM"eMUiarfta) rrent LT.'I-3 and STOMAOll &auyLATOBu4 .1 Til,) r m a. r rr n, miia sua n w o- -4iilr Mjiptcii tor eoUdran'a we, tiMM Oiiflnnitoe imnoil only by J. f. STEWART, Dnttist, ' KOtl roJBV, mum,, COI, Driest, flerutoa, f. A. Jan.) W. l. XlM. 171y Fishing is now all the rage. Dr. Ed. R. Bragg was on the sick list last week. Moonlight nights and pleasant In dian summer weather. Mrs. Annie E. Feitig left on a visit to New Orleans Wednesday. Mrs. Herman Nill has returned from a visit to New Orleans. Miss Lou Thomas, of Moss Point, is paying a visit to relatives. A large stock of Christmas goods are arriving at Herman N ill's. Mr. L. H. Sullivan and friend, of Chicago, are sojourning for a week here. Mr. Van Allen, a prominent Chica go citizen, is a guest of Mr. T. A. E. Holcoiu. Mr. Ike Wigglnton is now the af fable operator of the Postal Tclegru ph Company. Deputy Sheriff Duncan Minor was at the court house this week ou legal busiues . The City Hotel, Mrs. Adclc Glllum proprietress, is receiving a fresh coat of paint Mr. R-W7 Illing Is converting the drugstore lately occupied by Halstcud & Son into a dwelling. ., We regret to learn of the serious illness of Mrs. Covington, daughter of Col. R. A. Vancleavc. Mrs. A. A. Staples, accompanied by her charming daughter, Miss Volum nia, are on a week's visit to New Or leans. , Mr. J. R. Shaw, of Docorah, Iowa, with his wife, arrived at their winter home this week. They will remain all winter, and probably longer. Mr. Jos. Kotzum, one of our enter prising citizens, Is building an addi tion to his two-story resldenco on Washington avenue. Dr. Dan Newcomb wilt shortlv move Into the residence formerly oc cupied by Mr, C. 11. Moter. His office to be at N Ill's drug store. Mr. Joe Catchot has recovered from his long spell of sickness and Is at oi k rebuilding his wharf and oyster hop. Success to you, Joe. Merchants and business men of Ocean Springs can have their orders promptly filled for all descriptions of Job Printing by sending to theDEMo- b at-Stau otneo, herauton. Ocean Springs Fire Co. No. 1, at a special meeting this week, decided to give a Chrismas tree cnt rtalnmcnt for tho bcnctlt of enlarging their hall, There will be services In the Meth odist Church on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 30t,h. All denominations of hristians are cordially invited to un ite with them in the service. County Superintendent ILL. Howze was iii towii Wednesday on a tour of nspection. lie reports the different schools throughout the county as Im proving and progressing. Hon. George W. Davis and Albert Gottsche went fishing last Wcdnes day morning in Davis bayou and In n hour caught forty-one red fish, av eraging four pounds each. A progressive euchre party was giv en at the residence of that hospitable lady, Mrs. Jessie Boyd, last week, where dancing and refreshments were also Indulged in. The Demochat-stab office Is turn ing out some as fine Job Printing as can bo done this side of Chicago. New material, good and fast running presses and first-class Job printers, Try the old reliable Demochat-Stau office. T WH0I IT MIT COMEtS. We will xxrewin it- na luvor II nnr one ID Mom Point or vieiuitv. wlio know of anything of interest toonr renilnnt in tbal puire, will eommnnieare t.ie mime direct to the Pkmocrai-MTaii office. Mentntort, or leuve the anme either at Dantzler & Evina. E. W. Manaban A Ho.'a. J. W. S'ewiiit's dmtore or E. Bloom Held A C'o.'a itore. on Tnrwlava or not later than Wwhiewlaj evriiinjj of each week. 0 This 1 am now agent ror the Mobile PEERLESS STEAM LAUNDRY & DYEING CO. We pay Express charges, send the work off regularly every Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock and have it ready for delivery every Saturday, excepting articles to b cleaned or dyed, which will be read the following week. Best quality of work nt lowest prices. Leave articles at my store In Scranton, Miss. J. D. CLARK. BalMlag Lt for Rate. South half lot 54 V. Delmas tract on Jackson Avenue. Town of Scran ton. Lot 8, A. II. Delmas tract, sec- ton 1. townshln 6. range 6. - HajjLOOil FIELD. If yon appreciate good., hard, eon nil ml vice, try box of Waddle'. Magio Pile Salve. Ask ynnr druggist for It. The Democrat-Stab office at the old stand Is turning out some of the finest and cheapest Job Printing ever turned out In Scranton., Send In your orders and have your work- executed In the best style oi tne art prescrva uvcoian.s A. F. DANTZLER & CO., ' (tupmart to tilttUl t PiK,) MOSS POINT. MIS.. DKAMtftS IS DRY GOODS, NOTIOKS, Gmeriss, Barlwart. Casatl Gcolt, W rYru"2 I'oMtoflit-r niil Malls. ARI.1VAL AND DKPARTOMK OF MAIIJt. tnnn rraNto--Amvni at e-:tfl t.in. ami l.l'i n. in. mid 3:110 p m. lhquirta at 10 . in. ; l:4"i i. m. mill 4:15 p. hi. LtnKrnrtiit hoHlr Arriveit eveiv lav rxi-ept Snniliiy at 11:10 u. ra. IK-purm a tine ilny at I p. m. F. II. CAST A NER A. P. M. rEESONAL AND GEHE&AL. Tobaccof Cigars, Etc, Etc. Nor. 17. 1H93. 39 ly News Items of Interest Gathered From Various Sources. TOWN' OFFICIALS, Mnvor Hon. D. I). Con-an. Aldermen Joseph Kotunm, B. F. Joachim Jcrrv O'Keefe, L. Ityaii, U. W. O'.Ncill. Trcaanrcr E. B. IJavia. Town Clerk A. V. Koaanibean. M,ul.nl (Iihi. II. Tardr. U,,iriil,ir nu-rtinu of I lie Hoard on Hie first Tuc-ndny in each month in the Town Hull . KN'IGIITS OF l'YTHIA8. Ot'IAM SPKINUS I.OIKIC Xo. 06. I. . O. Manuel, C. I!. K. K. Clement, V. C. F. M. Weed, 1. J. C. Orrcll, M. of W. W. 8. Vancleare, M.atA. 0. E. 1'abal, K.ofR. and 8. Geo. I,. Friar, M. I'. II. F. Russell, M. E. (Ico. H. Tardy, I. tt. Meeta crery Monday at 8 o'clock, p, m. OCEAX SPRINGS FIRE CO. NO. 1. F. M. Pick, 1'renld.nl. F. Franco, Vice President. 1. nuin WcntbrooV, Secretary, Wm. Loremen, Treasurer. Gen. H. Tardy, Foreman. Ii. Farard, Second As.iatant, Y. DelWinrirh, Hlcwart. Meetings lir.t Saturday of the month. VOLUNTEER HOOK AND LADDER CO. NO. I. II. n. Ilever. 1'reaident. W. It. Hi'miiiona, Vice President and Pcc'y V. 8. Vanolcare, Treasurer. A. (lottaehc. Foreman. W. W, Siininons, First Aaalslaiil. Isreal Carrer, Second Asaiatant. Jen I). Woodcock. Htcirart. Ri-(Tiilar mcetinirs flrat and third Thursday alien! of eacn montn. ' ; THE MARKETS. Putter, best rruamery, Sic ) chickens, per doten, $! 60 to P cheese, 17c cabbafre, 4c to 20c i Irish nntalnea. SI 40 bu. I sweet Dota- touS, flour, $i 00 1 corn meal, 90c baooo, smnkivi, me, aait ainea, lie, annuinera. ic i . . 1 !, It L L f . 1 , IIA nnnia, iw irv.n wevi, iwi ... pvr v, Jjc shrimp, per bbl. $4 1 Hah, 4c, Canned Goods CariforalB pcaohea, Stb SOc I peara, do IV i tomatoes Sib Iwe ) peaa, SIb Itoi enrn, I lb IJo. Grain and Feed Corn, Tie i oats, 40c bran, $1 10 1 chops, ft 40 ) liar, l JO cotton teed meal, ft 3a, The engine house is completed. The health of our town is good, so the docUirs say. The steamer Alberta B. went over to llandsboro this week. Mr. Robert J.. Loughridgc visited New Orleans this week. Copious rain Monday night, accom panied by a heavy wind. He rarely sings, but. when the oc casion demands, he can do so well. Miss Mamie Morris returned from a trip to relatives in Michigan, last week. ' ' Hon. D. Webster McLeod, of Green county, was here this week, looking after his log business. Iter. T. L. McNeece will preach in the llaptlst Church Sunday -at 11 o'clock. All cordially injntcd. As the grand jury will be In session during next week, at Scranton, a number of our young sports think It will be a good time to go hunting. . The schooner Lady Shea, is loading this week at the L. N. Dantzler Lumber Company's mills with 100 000 feet of lumber for Nassau. Mr. G. W. ; Emerson, of Long Beach, a lightning sewing machine agent, was on a short social visit to Moss Point, his old home, last Tues day. The Cora and Almira, of the Miss issippi river fleet, have arrived, but will have to be repaired before load ing. They both suffered In the Octo ber storm. A most enjoyablo card party was given In honor of Miss Emma Pankey at the home of her sister, Mrs. I. W. Broome, one night this week, It was a pleasant evening to all prcsen t. Union Thanksgiving services will be held at tho Methodist Church on Thursday, Nov. 30, 1893. Close your mills and stores and houses for one hour and come and render thanks to Him "from whom all blessings flow." The result of a revival meeting at tho First Missionary Colored llaptlst Church here by the Pastor, Uev. W. H. Harrison, forty-eight were added to the membership ; thirty-four being by baptism. The baptising Sunday was witnessed by an immense crowd of both white and colored. The meeting of the Bingham's Me morial Society will be held at the Presbylerlan Church next Sunday af ternoon. The following Is the pro gram : Prayer. Music, 235. Reading, Miss Alice Hyatt. Music, Alberta Winner. Recltntion, Rosalia Llcnhard. Music, 329. Reading, Henry Bluincr. Music, Miss Iron Garner. Reading, Miss L. A. Carmack. Music, 239. . The Ilypathean Society meets .to night at the residence of Mr. John Hill. Following is the program : Biography, E. W. Manahan. Violin solo, John III u toe r. Reading, Miss Lulle Salisbury. Music, Miss Cora Howze. Recitation, Miss Myrtle Fellows, Song, John Hill. Readlmr. Nusic guitar ductte, Messrs. Gar ner and Cndabae, Author, Browning. On thccvenlngof Tuesday, Decem ber 5th, at Academy Hall, our people will be afforded a most delightful treat In the way of an elocutionary entertainment, under the direction of Prof. Caldwell and Mlss: Mamie Den ny. Tho program will be very com Millinery Goods. 1 Imve Inst rwivetl and opened a romy plwn line of Full and Winter MILUX EKY GOODS ; nil the latent Hutnntl Bon nrt bliieti! all Hie new ribbons; all Ilia iifi-i-SMiiiy trininiiiis in velvet, velvet rihlxitiH, imd fontlier ornament. Jltto Staph Dry Good, Fatef GowU, Kol'mti, Etc aa Will lie plriised to receive culls front llm Indie of llos-i Point, BcraiitoD ami ' PitHcaitmilo. .lira O. K. Williams. Him Point, Mixa., Sunt. W, l-VJ. 3Mr I.. N. lusmu. Jr. I. X. liclxxie. DANTZLER & MINNIS, Muiinf'irtiirent of 5AAN ANn?Pf,lT Impress Shingles, tyifcitiil for price-lint before pntrlwrtfof rhw- here Given trial and we ttolkrve yon trill b Mtiitfli'd with prtre mid iihtn An-nHf 'A iHl3. -JC-ly IJ, DANTZLER 10IIB GKNKHAL MANUf ACTVKEK8 OF ROUGH AND DRESSED YE"? Pi LUMBER, GANG SAWED, Hlr F rLDOniRrS A SPECIALTY. PINE PICKETS AND (CYPRESS STOLES Moms I'oinC, iTIiss. Ii. N. Dantklkk. PieaiilentandTi-euMnrer May 3.181)3. ll-l.r SAMSBURY . VARIETY EMPORIUM. Moss Point, Min. DRY GOODS. MILLINKKV. FANCY OOOIM, NOTIONS. HAT8. Uo.mi' Ki'iiily nmilo Clotuiiig, etc. iYiwa to Suit the lime. Jan. '2J. V.a. 4ly MEAT plete and w. drills and consist of recitations, uslc. The recitations ON DELMAS AVENUE, SCRANTON, MISS- I am now established in inv now bniltl- ing, put up on a good, noliil plan for tha bimiuem. My wiigoiiH will deliver MKATS of tho BEST QUALITY HOME-RAISED, every ilny exceiit Snuilay. I solicit a sliuru of the public pntrouuge. Proprietor. May 1!). 180S. 13-6m JACKSON COUNTY flDstract Company. Have just comnlfcteil a Full and Perfect ABSTRACT of TITLE to all laud hi Jiit-k-toti county, M'nunssippi. Absttiicta disclosing tbo lull ebnin of Rtcoril Tiilo ciiii lie had on application to J. I. FORD, Atty-at-Law, Manager, Scrautou, Miss. Oct. 27, tKI. 36-ly tows or sctmon. ORDINANCE NO, 43. He it ordained by Iht Board of Mayor tnd Aldermen of the joim of SeraHton, That Delma. avenue. In this town, be and I hereby extended wunterly In the dlreetlon that aula avenue now runs, one hundred ami two feet from the main body of a large Syca more tree near the Panongoula river ! that this ordinance take effect front and after this date, for tlio reason that legal procved- iiiks may ue nmiituiou. upon a vow neina taken H. V. Pickett, J. W. Allniau and J. Y. Morgan voted "yea." A true copy oi mo minute. . Nov. 7. Wtt M. V. ALLUAN, Mayor. S. It. Tdompso, Clerk. ' ORDINANCE NO. 44. ! ' lte Is ordutmd hy the Board of Mayor mud dmrmc oj me Ivm of ra(o, That all street leading weaterlv throuah said town l and are hereby extended to the water front of Faacagoula river. Upon a voto lielng tuken hy B. V. Pickett. J. W. Allnian and J. Y. Morgan voted "yea." A true copy of tne minute, nov. 7, nw. M. V. ALLMAN, Mayor. H. B, TnoMPaoUT C'lerk. Nov.10.18J3. . S8-3t t will be dellV td by the pupils of the elocution class of Miss Denny, who will hersjlf favor the audlcnco with one of her always pleasing efforts, The drills will bo of qulto an enter taining nature, and will comprise a fan drlll.a doll drill and an old maid's drill. ThemuHlc will be both vocal and instrumental, and will be of the usual hitch standard of excellence which characterizes our local talent. The entertainment Is for the bene fit of the library fund of the Acade my, ana this lauanoie purpose, to aether with tho unusual attractions offered, will, no doubt, cause the af fair U he accorded A most, liberal nut. I of Serantun erecting. Doronaalng. maJntaia ronuve. The nroaram in full will be l2i f 5?PJ2;l"ltn8 w"Wr mork "U El OCEAN SPRINGS DRUG STORE, MHMMM mil. rVaprivnx-. Pure Dra lfc Ui AiIIcIcj, Don't borrow your neighbor's Dkx- ocrat-Star. Got one of your own only 12 a year. 8TATIONKRY, CONVEOTIOMRIES, Preacrlptloni Carefully Com pounfiad at any hour of day oroUht. ORDINANCE NO. 4J. Be it ordauivd oy the Board of Mayor and Jltkrmea of lie Joint of Seramte, That tho nuiwtlon or proposition of erecting, . purchasing, maintaining and operating a water wotk uj in. wiwn u buiiiiii.ivu worn vote of the quallHoil electors of this town at an election to he held on the second Monday of December. 1HW. That said election he held . In the office of the Mayor of this town on Canty street, ana tout, f. nelson, A. K Hrehs .ml A. H. Delma lie and are hereby annotat ed commissioners to hold and conduct aald el x tlon and to :nako due return thereof to aula Hoard oi mayor ana Aiaemien. That A K. Krebs I herebv deelvnated tv- have printed and dlatrlbuted the proper oS clal hallou to be used atsaldelectloo. Taare shall he prluted on aaia ticket the lollowiM words I "Favor of against the tcnasi published in the next Democrat-Star. issue of the J. W. STEWART, , DUUGGIST. 11088 POINT. MIS6I8KIPPI. bm ft rirtt-ClaM Sruntert. Special atteutioa givaa to prtuct iptious at all Donra ami iron aiy ouotor. JaaaarT.t4l. . 46-lf lector In favor of the above atncnaltlnni will erase with Ink or. lead pencil the word "Against," ana worn oppasea so us watsr works will erase the words "Favor of." Ilnoatka vota helnc taken B. ST. PVka. J. W. Allman and J. V. Morgan Toted "yea.'' A true oopy of the lutnuiea. Nov. T. Nov.lT.lML Job Printing oune at the PmociAT St a a office, If you want flrit!a Sork and rood material, and qnlOt ellvery. Vricea to tult the timw. ; "-mi commencing at 0 o'clock p. m,