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Kavmnnd Uaxrtlv, Siion after daylight, not a (treat uhilengo, Rev. J(ie Jours, who has sonic notoriety In these parts, alight ed from a train til Oakland, a town on the railroad between Grenada and Memphis, intending to go to an inte rior village. Learning of Ii is coming a respectable citizen of Oakland met the train and invited the evangelist to his house to breakfast. "How fur is was the gruff and Inelegant reply to the polite Invita tion. "Three-quarter of a mile, but a nice walk," answered the gentleman. "That's mighty fur, an' my belly's purty sore fur sometliln' feat. How long befo' you gnlu' to have break fast ?" questioned Joe. Iielng Inform ed that.lt would bo served as soon as the meal could be prepared, Joe reluc tantly followed his host, a perfect stranger, to the latter's home. Here be continued to manifest Impatience, nndtlnally, nninvited, went Into the kitchen to see the cook. "How long before breakfast ?" he asked.' "As soon as I can fry this chicken," replied the servaut. "I don't eat chicken," drawled the evangelist. Other offensive remarks were madw all of which were overlooked by the gentleman of the house, until Joe stopped In front of a lard bucket, and, turning to the cook, inquired : is this the kind of stuff you use here?" That was the straw that broke the camel's back. It flred the Oakland gentleman as a spark does a charge of powder. Uising to the niajusty of the occasion, he said : "Mr. Jones, I thought you were a gentleman, and brought you to my home. Having acted like a hog, you can't sit down to my table. Get out;' And Joe breaskfasted at the hotel. The above Is said to have actually occurred. THE WORLD'S FAIR LINE, THE SHORT LINE to ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY, CHICAGO, miiiI nil points Xorlh, Easl Korlhwesl. Pullman Fuliice Slwpinu' Cum with t)laill!r KlMllll mill l!i,ltM nn.l Superior Day Coaches betttecu MOBILE AND ST. LOUIS. FAST FRUIT AND VEGETABLE TRAINS. Ask for tickets via ilia MOBILE & OHIO RAILROAD 011(1 St'ClirH lllH I(in-fttt 1'iltl.d mill li..f t-cniiiinoiliitioiitt. Train" iirnivo lit uixl tli-;itirt from Union Depot. Mobile. For rub, lickuts. time and further par tlCllli-M. HOtllv til Vlllir li.ii.ur. !, ili-ii.ul Ticket Agent. K. K. POSEY, Acting Gcti'l Pasncner Agent. Mobile, Ala. G. W. KIXO. . I'iiss. mill Ticket Agevt, Mobile, A in. DRS. BETTS & BETTS, State News Boiled Down. 33 St, Csirlet at, Hi Orleans, La. TTflTTC!IHU.v.RprtinitrrbiHi. fen 'uWOr. SltHMlll'IMIiWIM tii-ii nf Idem, Ijuutitmlt. The Home That Lives la the White Hease. Hi. Louis (Jliibe-Pi'miwrnt. A horse has his home in the White House. This is a literal fact which visitors never discover, and which few Washington people know. The horse which shares the executive man sion with the President Is not a tlior ough-brcd. He has neither pedigree nor record. He is Just a plain, every day horse, with a white star in Ills forward, a faithful companion to Ed gar IL Heckler. And who is Edgar IL Ikckley ? The man who for twenty-live years has carried to and from the white house all of the interesting and valuable mail received and sent, and who has never been found remiss in his duty There are men who seem bound to be monuments of fidelity to routine trusts, licekley Is one of them. Rain or shine, In all seasons, he m:ikes the hourly trips between the white, bouse and the city pnstoflicc. He is the white house mall canier. And the horse that has his homo In the white house carries licekley. The part of the mansion set apart for the horse U one corner of the con servatory. A thin partition is ail that separates the roomy stall from the orchids. There is just room enough for the stall and a temporary supply of feed, and there the horse cats and sleeps, under the same roof with the President of the United States. When the Democrats go before the tountry next fall, they will bo able to defend the parly successfully on the lines suggested in the following euito rial from the New York World : "Senator Yoorhees was quite right In reminding Senator Sherman that It will be quite time enough to con aider measures for the relief of the treasury when the President and Sic retary ol the treasury shall ask for assistance. He was right, too, in af llniinir that the finances of the nation could be in safer hands than those of President Cleveland and Secretaiy Carlisle. Senator Gorman nut in a just and timely word also In showing that the Impending dellciency in the treasury, the loss of Bold and the trouble resulting from the Sherman act are all due to Republican misrule. The reminder might not have been necessary bad not Senator Senator Sherman and other Republicans come forward with suggestions intended to make party capital for their side. Re publican Statesmen had their innings for four years and they should ben little modest In attempting to run things after the people have turned them out. They found a treasury surplus and left a deficit. They found an excess of revenue and left alack. They received an accumulation of nearly $100,000,000 of gold above the legal reserve and returned lest than $1,000,000. They found a silver coin age law that, whatever Its fault, did not immediately threaten the stabill- ty of the currency. They substituted a policy of silver purchases and treas ury note Issues which dragged the country Into a panic. They dimin ished revenues while raising taxes, and Increased tariff bounties without increasing wages. The assistance of Republicans in correcting the evil which they wrought Is cordially re ceived and recognlted. Rut tbey may as well understand that other hands are at the helm." A doctor at Corpus ,Clirlstl, Tex., recently grafted a piece of rabbit's eye upon the Injured opt ic of a 10-jear-old boy and the operation bids fair to be a copiplete success. W. L DOUGLAS S3 SHOE nff'HiP. Do you weir them? When next In need try a pair. Beat In th world. J3.0O Z.00 "MUMta 2.00 il 73 ran tovi lVftjtoudt-Bry, m. Ijnuii tittle. Avi tuM.n to 400 1 13.801 t&ia&y If mm w.n iM nnr eunc i. u,. 1.1..1 yln, don't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 or $5 Shoe. They It equal to utton mule mi look and wmr u wtii, njMwiinn economize in your looiwoar, do to by purchasing W. L Dougiti SSoet, Nam and price nimpea en we eenem, won tot ii wnen yon noy. W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Ma... Sold by J. P. CLAYTON, BCRANTON. July 7, Mi. MISS. l!0-5iii I urn uf Vital I IIU llf VkMMbIV "lit ItliHinitnitM 1 lehi-HMMiinn uf StiiHtm i-it-tv. Kit ily ltiriuurnjfi). Lark f CmirMrni, Dull. I.tMtlfHK 1'nHt for St inly r lttiHiu. mid tiiMlHliff a linnlfn. HA KKLV, i'KltilA ' EiilXY III. I iti ifll r.L. I V L lir.J. BLOOD AND SmiSHLS mitMt iiiiitiIi1.mii ilari'aiilta, t-iiiiiiilftclv fl-ailii-Rtitl M ill...... ti.u ..r i..L.t..i.. 1.' t..M ... i t-iiui,,. ..i.iimu.. j-.i , i.iiunn, Ki-vit Murra, l'!'t lu'H, l'iuipli'., I'lfrra, I'alim in Mil TiKXri... I...i.t. V... IIL'DUIVL'VIPI II Ul lCKU W11K.N OT11EKS HAVK FAILED. tffl TW A T T" Kliliil'V iikI tllaiM, f T.ni. UIVliN Jill J , l., , Vuk Itnt-k. Iluniing . iiiht. rirvni'iir, ii I'liiuiiinZ, I'llUI lHIIIVrili un-il or wit h' milky willim ut mi ntniiilliiir. (innnr. rliiir. (ilrrt. :vtiti, Ktc, iin.iuptly nud aafvlv iiinil. Clmr3 ium l.ullr. To Young Men and Middle Aged Men, h w w ttu v w tkU Kiirlv Viii., w h ii' h liriliK" nriimiir waknni. liming lug tnitli niiml ami i"Vi nu urramui iuh, iN'riiinurutlv ciui'U Urethral Stricture?.-".: ill 1'iiiiiplt-tf s ni-illinr kiiifn. iinntic imr ililatiun: """""i i'iiiu wi iiiur. i-niui IIIIIIHIIUCUDIO. T)Ji 1 BTJ'TTC! A'W"1"" tlioiw who bnve mm w mipuiml tliniwlrpa bv im- iiihimt iiiilulKuri'ii ami Military habila whii h ruin HEALING SPRINGS HOTEL. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. Itliv I in Lf.t til HiliiL'iitmiiiii Ktiitiim Mnliiin Si Oliin Rnihimil. where von will liml II. I', lii-iiiiiii with I no lincka to Wei'klv Uoiinli'iK li convpv vun lullm Sprht-s. Illil Wilt.il' in n Itneitli'ii iui'rt t..w ..II Stomucli, Liver, lloweU. Kidney, iilailil.s mi ckiii umeisniw, unii rncn. liuinir Ui'ttttl' hi'inii i-iiil t.n nnrninniMrlnln lliimi! m-ukini; liriiltli tliitn ever with nice rooms fur KO jsiientH. A'iVmlof lliin tru er in nil Mint in iisketf. l-'ur I'nrllii'r inriirniiitiiim, inlilreM 11. J. i'K'n'L'S. I'liipriBtiir. Hculiil!( S-lilillL'., A 1:1. Apiil U, mi. 7 0m iMlth IhhIv llllll llll till HnHttimr ilium ... K.. . . J rai m ivi uuiuuvoo, it 'A KItIKU M KJf, or thoao mtCTinf on that Imp y llti', aart'ufiliysii'ul Ut bility, quick)- nnaUtil oun succks iabnnril on fait". l'lrnt-IVnitlral KximHrarn. NHttiwI Kvery mm. ia mimi-IiiIIv atnilli-il. Hill. Klailllli; ailflit. Thllil Mrllii ini'H mil .Mriuir,,! In our liibrutury exartly to anil, each caw, thin elti'i tiiii! ruriji illmiil lnurv. If , '1MI ii HiHta)i for reli-brateil worka . .itrvmia aim jN'iiralo lllaraara. Ilioiiaamla eiiwl. 1&A fi i.-mll v letter or rail may aave you future auireriniraml aliame, and aild IJoWell veara to life. Vi k-ttrr auawere.1 nun hn ai'i liiuontiii'ii hv a. iM in ut.......a ..i ilri'aa or rati ou DRS. BETTS & BETTS, 33 St. Charles Street. Haw Orlaani. La. Urreniber IH. IHfrJ. 4;.V L. &N. -THE Louisville and Nashviilo H. R THROUGH TRUNK LI lictwcen llicCilicsof CtXCIXXATl, I.KXIXG TOX, I.OUISriLLK. KVAXsriLLK, ST. LUVIS, Ami Ilia CilicM of XAMmUE, MEMPHIS MOXTUOMEHY, MOM LK unit Xtll OIILEAXS. HnviiiK pnrcliiisi'd the Liver.v Stnlilu mil Slin k uf 1);tIi(. & Alliniin. 1 Niilicit 11 ilinri! ill' Ilit) iinliliu iiitrviiiii!. Fi'iinipt it.ieiitinn unii direful service will lie my llle. 'J'eiiniM unii ilri els limiislieil ill mii . niei'H ut reiiNiiiiiilile lutes. (iiinil temiiH wilh eiiret'iil iliivera euii lo. Inn! liny or niulit.. Give me u full. Chas. Ross Frederic, Fi rniitiiii. Dec. Hi. lrilti Proprietor. 4:-if csas.a. sszmiE, Fntlltit. Vletfrtildcit. CBAO I. J0H5TS01I, . Treuum. CTA3. ). IUSIH, 8!cnt7. PASCACOULA ISKIPCHANDLERY! COMPANY, Mil icli 17, 18!):l. Mississippi, 4-ly SMOOTH WIRE i ENCE. ( Arnold k U'cltnorc'n Patent.) It. Illlnllu r.iU-i,l, hnulu .turn in.,. nl...i. lieeuiiKii tli-i'ii in niiwinil hiii-Iiicu expoaeil, lt.iHtlieitiilvfnnr.fi t tin r. Ima oueli wiro coiitrulli il iiiileiiniiltiiit.y of till til horn. Cmi 1)0 lioliteneil or lonseneil by luenim (if n utretulier nt. enini'i- inst. It wi'l turn nil kinila nf atlleb. lneiro ne niiiuII, wiiliDiit. injury. " Allllli-HK Miss Laura Updsey, LONG Ulftyll, JI1SS. Aitgnst 25, im. U7-:tti without change, Ami wilh SPEED HXlilYAtKI). HIKlTtTEST ANI QUICKEST KOUTE KIKIM Mont New Orleans, Mobllo nud gomery to North,East I West. I'ulliiiiin Cum without, cliiiiigo to Niinlivillu. Lo-.iitivilli), Cineiitiiiiti. C'liieiio. with lint one cliuns; to nil Northern and Eastern Cities, llirniiHii Cimclien fio'il CIim tiinnoM unii NjhIivMIo to St. Lon'n, ciiiineftiiij (liiect lor Cihen in the Noi l invent. rillllli 'l':lll ftl 'eklinr honten on lino of tbia ,,ll,,,,'l"lSiiiaiUillleieivi.Iieiiallntea. Agent nf I his Ciiinntiiiy fur niten ruut.cn, etc.. or wriln C. 1'. ATMOliK, O. P. AT. A., Louisville,, Ky. WITH Henry Ue I Co,, WHOLESALE OROOERSiL IMPORTERS CF . . . WINES AND LIQUORS, Non, 45 and 411 Tehoupltoulua St. NKW ORLEANS, LA. Juir sa. m. an. Job Printing. WE PRINT. k At lower roten thnn elrv l where iu the South, Cnron, Letter ami Bill Heitdt, En vulotion, Program men, p0at- l era, Bi-iufn, Ulnukn, Pumnli- lets, ami evory other olnu of pvlntinnr. 'Send tin your Olilcin. Bat niuut ou uivuu r n ' Democnt-Stir Job Office. I Job Printing:. Uiiertatiiii EstaMistaiit 13. F. PICKETT, SCRAXTOX, MISS., Keep nit linnil n ei,iiiile.n tttuuk of CiiekelH. CimiiM, Collinn. KoIkm, Lin iiijjH. Ilnnillen, Etc. Ilia ntoi k con sintii of everytliiiiR iieetleil in tliis locality for hiiiinl inn iidhcs. l Kiiiiiiiiiteen mitiafnction in every chkc inlriiHled to liin etne. Cnlln 'nmlit. or iln.v ut my renidoneo or pluce of Iiiiniiiohh will receive iiroiiint utien. tion, THE 8TAR STABLES. Fur uood tctiinn. iirnnint uii..,.ti..i. mill one m ire to nil. cull nr. ili at..,. Stnlilex. 11. F. Piekolt. Pioniiior. timt. of Krolin Avenue, in niitlit ot the De pot nnil Nny'n Hotel,. mill enprciitlly equipped fur the iiceoniinodotiou ol I lie tnivelinj; pulilin. A liiee irltinn eneliiMiil HHnmn ! 1ua kept, ut I lie Still- Livery 8titiilen,wliieb minniivaiii, 1110 atrvtce Ol ?ll pUOIIC, wiib a careful driver, on nliorf. notice. kfr. V. W. flftllVBa ( mv nnlu ..tl.Hl....' aiti-nt at Moaa Point to take onlxre fot iJoflliia UUlbor4, 18KI, ;h.v JULES SAKRAZ1N . . ONLY MANUFACTURER ok tiik WELL-KNOWN .... ma bee linnatuoturer ot nud Wboleaula Deuler In Ail Kinds of TOBACCO, CIGARS AND SMOK ERS' ARTICLE8. COR. DECATUR and URSUL1NE8 STS. New Orleans, La. Deccmlier 4, VOi. 4My A circus is doing the State. Macon In after a Ore department. Meridian will vote on the question sewerage. Gwnwtiod reports second crop raspberries. V icksburg had a 110 000 grocery failure last week. Greenville reports a hardware store failure for $12 000. llrookuavcn has a lire bell that can be heard Ave miles. Tobacco culture proves successful about Lumherton. A saloon at Mayersville was attach ed for debt last week. Wild turkeys are plentiful in the Hnttiesburg market. A man In Jasper county ships pos- soms to New Orleans. A negro at Vicksburg was choked to death by a cackle burr. A Hay St. Louis man has 35 000 cab bage plants just beginning to "head. A buscuit factory in Sardis con sumes twenty-live barrels of flour a 'ay. A Jefferson county farmer advertis es seventy-live younir home-raised mules. Foot-ball Is tho popular thlnir now with the students at the Stato Unl- ersity. The Wesson Mills have lust placed in position two car loads of new ma chinery. Jas. Skeen shot and killed W. ai. Iligby, his neighbor, near Kosciusko, last week. The North Mississippi Methodist Conference meets at Columbus on Nov. 29th. Ilob Durdettc, the noted humorist. lectured at Illuc Mountain Monday night last. J. II. Stafford, a popular young man of Itoscdulc, was killed by gin machin ery recently. Frank M. Shaw, of Natchez. Is after tliecollectorship of customs at the Natchez port. W. Morgan, a prominent planter of Wilkinson county, has been confined In the insane asylum. The Penitentiary Hoard of Control will re-let the convicts on the first Monday in December. Harrison county will elect Mr, Dahlgren's successor in the Leirlsla ture on December 4th. Tin Sunflower Tocsin man had Ills suit of clothes stolen last week. And winter will so jn be here, too ! The Natchez Democrat notes the recjipt of some turnips weighing sev en and a half pounds each. Adams county boasts of a line rvs tem of public roads, and gives credit to the new law for them. The old State House at Jackson is beginning to fall down, and the south em wing is said to be unsafe. A cow In Lafayette county recent ly gave birth to three calves, and all of them are perfectly formed and alive. A negro selling his cotton In Oko- lona, refused to take silver dollars, because the Democrats had "counter feited"' them. Geo. Crown, a postal clerk, on trial for tampering with the mail, wns found guilty by the Federal jury at Jackson last week. The Federal grand lurv at indicted W. II. Gibbs. ex-lleimbllen.i postmaster, for embezzlement. The amount of shortage is $3 02082. In Choctaw county, a few days ago, Hon. T. L. Manner lost his gin house by lire, and his 13 ycm-old son, who was in the lint room, perirhed in the flames. Editor Henderson, of the West Toint Forum, has gone to Washing, ton toiicfpta government nosition. leaving tne onim in charge of Marry Bailey, a competent newspaper man. Major Douglass Walworth has re tired from the Natchez Democrat, to the regret of the press of the State. We don't know the name of his suc cessor, but whoever he Is, he Alls the position well. In and -around New Albany they have begun to utilize niostcvervthlmr for profit, and during the nast ten months there has been shinned over $10 000 worth of long-eared hound dogs, so the Galcttc says New Al bany can go now.to the head of the class. The Columbia Index don't like the pcrsonel of the Legislature,- stig matizing some of tho members as "red necks" and Ignoramuses gener ally. The young editor of the Index is entirely too "fresh," and lacks a good deal of representing public, sen timent. t Forrest Runnels, a young newpaper man, who for several years was con nectcd with the Mississippi press, at tempted sulcidssy taking morphine in Memphis, a few days ago. He had lost his Job as reporter on the Appeal Avalanche, and that Is assigned as the cause of big despondency . CALL AT THE- A iuuri.E,ii, Li.Ei ur Ship Chandlery, Fancy Groceries, ma. .nan . -M Dryuooas, notions, reeu, Paints, Hardware, Tinware and Crockery, Etc. PATRONAGE SOLICITED. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 90023 BILIVEEED TXIX. DeJean & Mitchell, Prop'rs, Scranton, Miss. Sept. 10. 1803. J 2!l-Pui M. IBACH & CO.; 2MCo1bile Alsx9 WttOLESAlR Commission Merchants. j Largest Grain and Flour 1 House in the State AND HEADQVABTEES FOB Potatoes, Apples, Onions, Cabbage, Ktc. Novembers, 1KKI. 37-lm m Home Industry S. E. Corner Water and State Iron Works Corner Water and State Streets, MOBILE, ALA., MAXKFACTUREB8 OK Steam Mills and All Other Machinery. hatiliuitex for nil kind of Macliiii ly rliui-rfully fiiriilaiiml nn iipiiliRtiHoti. Iron lor row i.uuu 1,111. nriiftN mm iron ChhIiiih ot iill'kiiiilii. lion Kuitiii", Cemetery Fviicm, Vci-uiiiliiii. OtHcw Itiiiiii jj, vte DOORS, SHUTTERS, ETC. Prompt Attention Uiyra to Repairing, Country Orders Promptly AMI to. r A. WITTMAN, FOREMAN. 8f pfi'intMT 1, 181W. 28.jv J. p. (SUCCESSOR TO W, J. E. GERARD,) SOTTOIT, - - MISS. NEW GOODS THIS IS THE PLACE and NEW PRICES. BUY TO YOUR GOODS. Dry Goods and Notions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hats, Croceries, Hard ware, Furniture, Feed, etc. A Slum: of Hit PiiUUo J'lilroinijre Solio itfil. Ki!8iiio to give ns a cull before IwrcliuHiuj; wliuf. ,von -iiif,. Triti's lo Suit the Times, Goods Delivered Free of Charge. Nnvrmlier 4, r"M. 37-ly Rev. Jos. Huckels, Cnscyvllle. Miss Eliza Plttman, Waynesboro. Fritz Ilahler, Meridian. Miss Nellie Dorroh, Macon. Edward Murtagh, Bay St. LouIh. Mrs. B. McWhortcr, New Albany. Mrs. Ellen McGulre. VtcksburR. Mrs. Nellie Durr, Haxlehurst. Miss Maggie Ferns, Vicksburg. The greatent Juniper It the common He a. If a man could leap as far In proportion to blaalze and weight, he could go from Chica go to H. Louie In two Jumps. W. M. CAWTY, MCIlA!TON. 311MH.. ur.Ai.RH is Dry Goods, Groceries, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, IBS General Merchandise. (LEADS IN LOW PRICES Oil EVERYTHING? CaToocls iJelivci-f tl Free ol' Charge. Juniiiirv. 1HI:I. 4ii-ly E. W. MORRILL, FOK.VISSlSSlPi'M C O.I ST. Ol KICK AT BILOXI, MISS. Fir?, Life, Acient Employer's Liability and Steam Boiler Insurance Representing the Strongest and Most Liberal Companies In the World. Liverpool & London St Olobu Iiimiriuico Coniuiniy. of Eiilund Koynl Iiiaiiiuiice foiiiinny, of lJvrool, Biigliiml. " I'kocnix Iiiani-diiteCoiiiiiiiny.or IlKHiklvn, New Yoik. Fliirnix AaaiiiiiiK-o Ooiiiiun-, of J'iniloo, Kiiuliiiiil ' , II.HloidMreIiiaiuu..BCoiii,aii,v,of Hurt fori I, Conn. Wee mines St 1 mili-ra' Iimiinince Coihihiiv, of New Oileana 1 .1 All of the iibove toii..uiii,.s luive nomolieil it,li the awa or Hi Mfi.'..V ii! sippMliiispmletttinx their pati-ona, Ih-h .!. cunt.- l,,uii TClll u, nf ' ' M""m; - ' V'n-Hy. by tlK-lr owpn iiil U"ZtAr1?jt?WUW ' - 8a-ty ranip . mm mm. 133 CANAL ST., NEW ORLEANS. LA Best and Cheapest Music House in the South. Painos and Organs Sold on Easy Honthly Payments. CP-LOWEST PRIOEB PREVAIL v , ' .0 . rtte ,or Ct'oguencl Terms. November 18. 1M. H.I3. BUCKLEY. , 8 Ciimp Street, New Orleani. MATCHMAKER. AND DKALKH l.t . FINE WftTCHES Eveirv aort. of watr.hva MnuimJ i, m.i rymaile) to onler. Diunionile rvm. in nawaat alvln. All ul. and fully xiiiiniittttud, " pni k. isui. 3-iv TONY C. OATTIi KSACH1KE GEKERAL SC2ANT017, ZXIS3. Ha U prciwrcd to do oil kluili of STEAMBOAT tud 8H1P WORK. Satia fui'liou Ounnintcoil. Kaflmaloa fumisbi-d 011 uppliotitlou for all work. Fartlnc Xew York Journal. It was S p.,,,., andr Bomeryliad bve,, spendi V n,wti,TtLi,,ii5"ft "OofKl-by, darling "he m , astheysUKKlHtthediKir df0, nestling l,cr head 'nttCrH ed place. 1 "heao,. 'GcKHl-bj-." "flod-by.'' 'Io every parting, dcait, th,, the Image of death," lie wl,ii!l h .oldlngliereloseanduJ,;;; lHi.telr, "and again." ' "er meet "Oh, George, darlimr" .v clinging to ItaClt'1 -Who known, ray Wn, happen between thU hmZL we meet again "' 'OU, Gwrge, my lve, n, tha, , will come buck to racAo M? ; loving LllJian. OhLV beautiful and brave Gwg"T always been." lwe 'Trust me, Lillian, danin ytmr George." " "Oh, darling." k1h,B!,!,i ... the faltl, which wonionlmWT.'1: you. How could! I,,."..' Iln,rt did not?" '""""'I And 8he kinsed him fondly "Then I Khali conic aeiiin" t,, ' 'Hut wben. Gctj u-i.... ,. . asked, unxlouslv. ' ,lie "At 8 this evening, darling" "Oh, George," g,e waiN," "win it be so long as Hint v ..i. -.. long?" He tKik her In his aims tenderly ' Darling," he wlilsia.ri ..1 make It 7:30." r ' Ana it came to spoken. pass as Ik km Frlttt r-What are your Ideas about I fuel of the future? , i Twlttcr-Thut Is a question that 1 does not concern mr. I hare consci- 1 entlously tried to make my life sucli i an exemplary one as to relieve meuf ! all fears of going where fuel will U needed in the future. Fritter You quite raisuiulerstaid ' me. am thiuklmr of th run in .i ' and the necessity, sooner or later, of ,; devising to take Its place. In the i event, then, of a conti.iupd riu 1. I coal, what do you think it would be best to burn ? Twitter In such an event I should ; unhesitatingly advocate burning the 1 coal dciilcrs. : raulinc Have you noticed thai i little bald sisjt right on the topof ) Mr. Newly wed's head ?,... Isn't It 1 ! pity? He looks seTtoo. ! Helen Hiwh.jjyT That's where his wire kisses hltn, and lie says ll'm ; lovely nrrungement, bi-causeslicdiw .' not bot her linn nearly so in uch wN i he's rending in fact, lie lianlly kmmi j that she's kissing liim at all. YAR3LE i GRANITE Monuments Gravestones. AXD ALL WORK UUAKAM KKD. Fully up to design and . Specifications. Partlei will do well to confer with us before making ny contracts for Mon uments or Stonework' elsewhere. M'DONALD, MARCH & CO. B07.I, Set Si Lonii ud St. Anthe sj Stt MOBILE, ALA Nov. 3, 19:1. 37-tjr Fritz D. Becht's II TllWlllilll PI ll 1 riiuuiiiiiLlillllJUJi) KRKI1S AVKNUK. SCRANTON, MISS. SIIAVLNG AND KArKOlMXSl.VG IX THE HIRHKST81'VLi'rtF TUB ART. HOT AND COLD BATES. I am now iiiepurcd touira hot ami cw list!:, ut short, notice. My outfit i n new and of tho most iBipioveil pHfteriia he sens jxd aire he a cm v, D DECHT. IMISS 11, On the Brach, Biloxi. 'Miss. tnin jrviisjiii-iiii rraniw "" iiil offtn Hmt-flRHB acvfiuitnufialtonK f Hltutitd dlrwtly on t he Gulf of Mexico,1" aauruB mm SEA BATHING, BOATING. FISHlW HUNTING AND DRIVIHif The iwcoBalhllltr. pare sir ;d.VJrt3 from MaUH, render the Tows of ""M nf tha mww. aMiMlil. Mimt. nn the veil" Mexico. HOTEL FllUif-cXASS. RATE8 REASONABLE tVAnnllintlona for Room l7 ",,u Wlfitrsph will receive prompt sttenuee- tOKTEG HCEUTLEF, Jnlytn, W99. J.W.lott. W.A.1 if GoDdissioi CBtaca WhotaUnetoriin POTATCES, APPIE8,K: V. & On. It Cehul ui tr U tCILB, AkA Jail. 'SI. 1H9J, ily