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An
EiHn'er'i Strarife Exprinr on a
&r.tl;..ra Road.
tii :l'.'o !( -wl.
"Well, il w:n May 22-1 when 1 i
ruiinlni; my 'cominixhit ion tr:iiii n
I lie Knixvi!li iinii Ji-llica Ever been
town IIktc ? (mhh ye duri'l know
tlnn how tlic track anake amunfl
t hem California moimt.iiif). Too steep
to run itr;ii;;lit down, ye -i: land ye
in day after to-morrow so ye have to
crawl down from tlic Swannani.ah
divide, in and out, in and out, half a
down Ioojih on one hillside. And ye
dassent run any fxi fast, neither, on
iuroiint of tlic sand slide that's niaylie
wait inK for you just around the next
Ix-tid. Glad I'm o!T that road, I'll all
ye.
"Well, It was a naty kind of a day,
nnyliow. Sleitititf and blowing and
t lic clouds liuiiK down in front of mc
like curtains. I lost time, too, at
Ashcvillc waiting for a pesky freight
to net out of the way ; so I was in a
teariiiK hurry and not tlic sweetest
temper, you can Ix-t. Towards even
ing I was whizzing her along, thinking
alxmt Ibuinrl Knob and a hot cup of
coffee, when, some ways ahead, I spied
a sheep in a cut. There she lay, ri'ht
Hcross the track, witli two lambs
snuggled under her. 1 whistled, but
she never budged. I was in a hurry,
and I wonl ln'l have minded the old
sheep so much, but tliem little white
la nbs somehow put me in mind of my
baby, the cutest chap ye ever see, and
it went against the grain to rum 'em
down. Had to slow up, anyhow; it
watt right at a ben ti, and I yelled to my
li reman to shove 'em off the track.
Well, yc never sec a whiter face than
than man came running back with.
'Slop her, Jim ! For God's sake, stop
her short !' lie hollered, and if you'll
believe it just around that bend was
t he biggest landslide I ever want to
come acrost. Took us a good hour
and half to shovel it off down the hill
side, j,
'Yes, sir; there's some mighty
juecr tilings in this world, and that's
one of 'em. 1 ain't much on religion,
but If It warn't a clear ease o' Provi
dence I miss my guess." And the big
engineer strode out to his engine.
Mississippi,
Forty-third Session Opens on
September 13,1894.
'1 wenty I'lic wti'ml. I -jhi t t mI
SriiMtr-, l.irt-ijiim ii'mI Aim under fml
i iirj'iitl .iliU: iii-Iiih mm. Wi ll funnlii-d
IjlHitalntis. lvn.iiMii.'i'l nf (.aw hi
i li.n .;e i.l Hon. (1. II. Mi.in.lv NIi.miI til
IV!.iov i'l.iarfd untl inhipted to I he
neviU ul I .-.m-Ih-i-h in the S.j.tf. K.Xh-isi
Low. L'M'iit ion nn. x. .!!. .1 in liruii htul
hi s-. .Splendid futilities lor niH'ciul w.iik
ill Ill.illV iiltrH.
Sen. I fur eircnl.irs of hifi.i iiiatiuu or cat
alogue to Chancellor
KOBKK1 K. iti.to.v,
Univ uisit.v, MisH.
JnljiO, 1-.U. -am
Dr. il. A. Wliitr,
VE'FERINART SOEGECH,
193 Molpomcno Street,
NEW ORLEANS, La.
V. Mining" li. n.nly I'm lIUl'xCOl.lC anil
TVMl'AM'M'.S in lli.rvs .mil Mniw.
A positive, miir rure. r'nr s.ilu hy
V. A. fOXniHl
J.(i. IM IAUI SII, Sciunto.w
.1. V. sTKW.U:!', iIos Point.
July I", KU. -M-tlm
JACKSON COUNTY.
flttstraGUJoBipano.
Have just fotnplfted ;i Kull ami IVifi.it
Al'.STIUI. i of TITLE to all lauds in
Jackson comity, Mims.iippi.
Abstract iliM'limiug I In; lull chain ot
Keloid Till'! ran lie hud on aiilication to
J. I. FORD, Atty-at-Law, Manager,
fitrautou, Hiss.
Ont. 27, l-'.r.. :!IMy
JM).
5 O. G.EILAND,
Salesman? an-1 Collector for th9
bIMiKK Manufacturing Uo'a
Celebrated ttcwi..R Machines,
, 2J.ZSS.
IT WIS I Bffl MISTAKE.
Tie
the
& THE SINGER
ii SEWING MACHINES
i'i an- II known as tin- fastest. Il'.'lit
v i-t i-uniilng machines on earth.
&&&&&&&
Iff t' -!
Will ell on (lie
Installment plan,
Small nionl li! v nav-
incuts.
My territory Is In the mantles of
.t;ukson tinii ll:irri-..m with a-ji-nts
ill Itiioxl. Mr. iiK..i. W. IIahnk. : at
Lmiu' ll acli. ir. ti. W. Kmkkson.
1K.V V.-. Ii iK I KK,
1'ltniilrlit.
t'll.VS. SPIE5.
S.CV.
PORTER HARDWARE CO.
HARDWARE,
.Yo. 7 .Yvrlh Water Strain
N OKI 1. 1:, ALA.
DOOUS, SXSll JXl ULIXOS.
s to n:s j s o ; iu tes.
June 1.'., K'l. ' 17 Km
V. L. Douclas
S3 SHOE
t THI CST.
NO BQUCAKIN(L
$5. CORDOVAN.
4.5.s-0FCA&WyiGAEl
3.yP0UCE.3Sous.
2.tL7BOY53CH0XSH0i
LADIES
. 3cND I W lATleaUfc
W DOUGLAS,
BROCKTON, MASS.
V. .ST. mni.PT br rrka.lD VV. L
ll..a.lma Hhiiii..
tlrciunc, we are ti.t larit;t mantifacturerl ot
rivrrtiaril 1im. in the world, and euarautrc
ihp value hv alamuinz the name and price on
the bottom, which protects yon ajainit high
price and the middleman's profit. Our shoes
c.uat custom wotk In style, easy fitting aad
wearing qualities. We have them sol 1 every.
h.r. at lower nrices for the ralue civen than
any other make. Take no substitute. If your
dealer cauuot supply you, we can. bold by
JOHN HILL, Moss Point,
W. J. E. GERARD.Scranton
HORTON & LUNDY
July ti, 1-3U,
OCFAN
SI'lllXUS.
JO-'nn
I. W. I.UTT.
W. A. 1.0TT
Si'ranton. Miss., April li.
My
K. 0. HCllt.IKI'IMl,
l'rwt.
:axk Iit:t K,
t'ecy, iV 'I'ri ab.
Old Preacher Thouclit it Waa
Anrel Gablriel, But it Wasn't.
Oinnlia lti i'.
"Many tnen liavc boon taken for
Konii'liody else of iirnntinuncc, but 1
Oonbt if any one lint myself can lxiasl
ut liaviiiu been mistaken for tint Angel
(iabritT' Haiti Senator 1'alnier to a
reporter. "It was tbis wty:
While 1 was Military Governor of
Kentucky a disturbance occulted in
some, town in the interior. I was in
another. There was no train, no sad
dle horse, no buy nor carriage. The
only sort of vehicle available was a big
Kildcd circus chariot left, by some
stranded show company. 1 didn't
like it., but there was nothing else,
and In I got. I cut a great dash as 1
drove through the small town. I'eople
turned nut in droves to sec nic pass.
Yhcn I left tin; town behind and
readied lite plantation the negroes
saw me and stared with open mouths.
They followed mo, keeping at a dis
tance, for they had never seen such it
splendid vehicle. They kept nil until
alter awhile they were joined by an
old white-haired preacher, who, on
seeing me and my gilded chariot,
raised his arms on high and his eyes,
too, and with a vtllce that stilted all
within hearing, cried :
" 'Ilrcss de Lord, de day ob judg
ment itm cum, an' dis geti'lniau am tie
Angel (iabtiel hisself. liredrcn down
on yo' knees an' pray, fo' yo' hour am
liyar.' "
THE
ilRIClti BREWING CO,
of New Oili'iins, La.,
MAMl-'ACILKKKci Of
Lager Beer.
OUll BRANDS :
Standard
Sr p.p.t
Export
IiQTT BHOS.,
Commission MerGbants,
Wholesale I'eaU'M In
POTATOES, APPLES, (MS,
CABBAGE, ETC.
-Poultry, Eggs and Game
H. E. Cor. St. Michae and water Sts.
MCDILE, ALA.
IN KI!i;S AND BUTTLES,
MPUUICfCQ.,
AGENTS,
Ice Cclfl Beer, ill Ksgs. a Specialty
I
April 'JO, KM.
U Gin
News and Views
IN THE
NEW ORLEANS
l ooil I lium I'rrdMtd.
To a State convention of bankets
begun on Wednesday iu Saratoga, N.
Y., Mr. Kckels, United .States Comp
troller tif the Currency, said :
"Tins lessons of thi! year just closed
ought to bear fruit in making again a
cardinal tenet of our business that
conservatism which is founded in
reason and commends itself to
thoughtful Judgement, (ittided by It,
I tin not doubt but that, more quickly
than ever before iu a people's history,
Hit; American banker, merchant, man
ufacturer fanner and laborer will
again sec his country teeming with
riches, and on every hand peace and
quilt."
Here are some good drawing cards
and all frumps : 'it takes a rich man
to draw a check, a pretty girl to draw
atlfeiilioti, a horse to draw a cart, a
jiorus plaster to draw the skin, a toper
to draw u cork, a free lunch to draw a
crowd and an advertisement in a paper
to draw trade."
Oct. 1, Mtt.
Sti-ly
MARBLE and GRANITE
Monuments
Gravestones.
AMI
Abb WORK
(ib'AUAXTKIiU.
Fully up to design and
Specifications. Parties
will do well to confer
with us before making
any contracts on Mon
uments or Stonework
elsewhere.
M'DONALD, MARCH & CO
Bcyal, Set. St. Louis and St. Anthony Sts
MOBILE, ALA.
Nov. :!, !!):..
H7lv
The Capitol at Washington has cost
more than :in,0titl,HMl. It, covers three
and a half acres, the dome Is 307 feet
high and I :t." feet in drnmeter, and is
exceeded in sine only by St. I'eter's In
Home, St. Paul's In London, the Inva
lided in 1'arls, and St. Isaac's In St.
Petersburg.
Merchants and business men can
have their Job Printing, such us let
ter heads, lilll heads, note heuds, Ptu
tlonnry or any kind of printing needed
by them at the kmocu at-StakoMcc
Ht reasonable! ales untl In as jiood
ktyle as tun be done anywhere.
The rirnyuno Ins psialillslit-il nt Jackson,
tlio Capital of Mlslsiiii, a
BUREAU OF INTELLIGENCE
Uuder tin- 1'iT.nmal Man iKcini'iit of that
Gxpi'l'ltMli'l'll oii.l Accwiipllsln'il
MiHslsHlppI JminialHt,
I0IKIAII S. WILSON,
who will iIIpiiss frwly and broadly all
qwatliMia ntTfCtliiK tho political, lndiiRtrl.il
coiiiiiion lal and B.iclal life of illsnUslppt.
The I'linyiuiH has a corrcsp.Kidi-iit at
every Important point In Mississippi.
Tho rii'uyuue enters Mississippi on the
day of Its publication every moinlnjt, lie
foro 8 o'clock, and traverses Us territory
In numerous directions befuro nightfall.
MIsslHHlppI Is thus supplied with a Brent
metropolitan newspaper, containing report
of Interest from every part of tho world.
At the same time, It itlves to the people
of Mississippi, besides the news of their
own state, special timely comment on
everything of Interest to them, so that, to
all Intents and purposes, tho Picayune has
become a Mississippi newspaper, without
ahathiK any of Its metropolitan character.
The Sunday Vicayuue Is popular because
It Is peerless.
The Weekly I'lcoynnB Is necessary to
very well-conducted household, and coil
talus moro Mississippi news than any other
newspaper.
Dully and Sunday l'lcayuoe. .. .$12 a yoar
Bunday l'lcayunc f2 yoar
Weekly l'lcuyiiiie H year
MUllOUHJ.N It '0 Vroprlelor.
New Orleans, t
SCRANTON PHARMACY
J. G. IIULSBUSH, Proprietor.
KREBS' AVENUE, SCRANTON, MISS
Drugs, Patent Medicines,
Toilet Articles, Perfumery
Stationery, Cigars, etc.
i'lcsiTiptioim carefully :inl iit'cmutcl
comptiiiiiiletl day or night.
Ian. !, P-'.H. 47 Iy
tbiu nil fRi7r.
Look For Yo-mg M;ti
With
.Girls No-
Rinn ob Their linrj.
ht.'air.j Tiiii. .
Younj: men h:ne U'en wonder in
w'.i it it a'. I ciiild ni'Mii.
For Die last few weeks whenever a
otitic i:i:iii met a V' tini: i.tiiy t.r ins
ieitiaint nce sip- wniild closely txam-
his flners. and. titulinua nn there.
would turn It around two or three
times and be at i-lied.
When asked f..r an explanation the
yoiuitf lady would of course, evade the
tibjti-t and lanh niixt sweetly at
what she would inn entiy call a joke.
I'.ut the secret is out and it has
come to the ears of the young men.
Now the fun will be on the other side.
It i a new craze, this turninu of
ritiKS on the fitters of young men by
their ladv friends. Where it came
from no one kn'.ws; why the Bids
have all taken it up they, of course.
an not explain themselves. They
think it U just too lovely, that's all.
There is a firm down town which
employs a large number of yotinit men
md women, and much time is wasted
there during tlie day by the practice
of this craze. Recently one of the
employers discovered what it all
meant, and now there is a sign post
ed conspiciously in the room which
reads : "Any employes caught prac
ticing the ring-turning business will
be immediately discharged."
I asked a member of the firm what
it was all about.
'Why it's the craziest thing you
ever heard of,-' he said. ,-T1ij idea
is this : 1 f a young lady meets k young
man with a ring on his finger she is
to turn the ring two or tfirec times.
Then with another the same thing.
mid soon until she has ttirnei ring
to the extent of twenty-four times.
Then the next thing to do is to
look Tor a nmrriel person, male or fe
male, wearing a marriage ring.- Thi:
ring site is to turn twice, and the
next man she shakes hands with will
be her hu.-band.
"Crazy, isn't it?" said the dignified
employer with a laugh, "nut mat
sign there lias put a stop to it in this
place. The time we have lost through
it would amount to days."
I asked one of the young ladies if all
this was true. After some hesitation
he admitted with blushes that it
was.
"Of course you girls only do this
is a joke ?" said I.
"Oh, no," replied she very seriously,
"we ail believe in it. Why, I know of
a young lady myself who married the
very man she shook hands with after
turning the marriage ring. It comes
true everv time."
"ll!)w about yourself?"
"Well, I'm waiting patiently for the
young man, whom 1 shook hands to
ask mc."
And she bounded away with a laugh
to join her friends.
E. W. MORRILL,
ion .ittsissiirii (o.tsT,
omcKAT BILOXI, MIS3.
Fin, Life, Acciflent, Employer's Lialflity M Ecllerlrisurance:
Representing the Strongest and Most LIIkt.iI Companies in the World.
LiveriuHil A 1 Ion A (ilul Iiisiiranm Cuiniiaii.v. !' Kulaiiil.
l:al 1iiiiihiicc Company, u( Livorpmil. Knul iinl.
' I'lio nix liixni'.into C'oiiouin.v.of llnmM.N ii, .W.v Vol!;,
l'liteiox AsKiiriiiue Compiiny, of laiinliin, Kiijjaml.
llaiHiinl l ire Iiii.ur.ince Ciiniaiiv, of llatlliir I. (Vinn.
Ak'Huiiii'M A Trailers' Iiimoiiiicu Company, of New Oilein, I.n.
J lin American I'iro liipiitut ce Coiniuiiiy, of 'lnhhl.-liln:i. l'a.
All of the atove iniiniaiiiea liavu cnuiiilinl w iiii llm la.vs of the Stato nl Miei
Hippi, I hint pnitei:lin tlirir Jialrona, Uesiilm eniilrihiitiii2 laigidy to tin! revemio of
tile Mute uml iimnty, ''V their oku special license, ami that ot their a en in.
Losses are nil Cish without Discount without waiting the usual Sixty Says.
v iola r lit. l;r., 3:t-1 v
W. M. CANTY,
ni flu,,
I-ll l' l;u:..' l...
".e of lh ihi:,;;s v.,,,,,
dim.-tMt frth.. mi,,,! ,..,. 'v:;r,h
th.-r..sadee!,h, ,liir,r.;w j;"':it
M.O l.-li.. fi.wl l -. . '""ifl
nn; nine. ( js
Iy about time i...... ,, .,
i' i ii
understood thnt the two
same I hi tig. It
SCRANTON. MISS.
DEALER
IN
DRY GOODS,
Groceries. Notions. Boots. loos. Hals
General Merchandise.
LEADS IN LOW PRICES
ON EVERYTHING.
Goods Delivered Free of Charge.
Jniinary fi. KM.
48-1
LEON GODCHAUX,
-WIIOI.KSALE AXU RKTAIL-
Furnisliina: (lomls and
Hats,
81, 83 AND 85 CANAL ST., AND 8 AND 10 CHARTRES ST.,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
THE LARGEST ( I0TH1XG HOUSE SOUTH.
Country orders solicited. Samples and rules for self
measurement willingly sent on application, free of
eliartre.
Novcniliei- 21, !!):!. 40-ly
''''tan,.
''""Klilr
"'e ii(itn,
seems i iisv ,.
rett.emlK-r that a mil,, ls".P1v ,,
7 .H-r rent of a knot, the lattS
app-oximately (i.os ft.,.t . . w"
w Idle the .tatnten.ile ,u,,,4 ??'
feet three nndntHMiuUn,,,'
within a Kmallfrae'.lon, tti,rtvr'u;"'
Tlir..Nlt ,.rii.!,.i '""""''-'UiK
isthattbeSiH.-edof a ves.,A ln 'f'
per bour is always considerably W
than when stated in knots. L'aV
confusion of the terms mwu
give rise tto rather remarkable ,.,2
of 8peed lierformanees. yyi.n . Z
knotshtp. for instance, is light,, ..,,
tioned it should be remembered tin."
this really means over twenty-tw
miles; similiaty, with higher tl,ureH
which are often glibly enough W
the dllTerwiee between the terms i'
worth bearing in mind. It will hein
to guard against the formim, f ,J
culous estsmatesof a vessel's eiiiiihiii'
ties.
The laying of the new Atbno.
cable or the Anulo-A nipriran t.i-
graph Conipnny between lleiirt'tt O.n
tent, New Fonndland, and ValentiV
Ireland, was completed Friday m.n.
in'tby the steamer Scot ia. The mm.
has a larger conductor than any cable
ever laid. It contains tiotj pounds
copper each nautical n.ilo, nndhasthe
greatest capacity of any long ocean
came.
A Kansas editor says hay fever Is
caused by kissing crass-widows. A
Missouri editor says it is caused by
grass-widows kissing a fellow by
moonlight. An Illinois editor says it
is caused by a fellow kissing the hired
girl while she Is feeding hay to the
milk cow.
IICMDKn,
WllllI.I'.SAI.K OKAl.KISS IN AND
iMl'DltTHltS 01'
WINES, LlfOBS ail CIGARS,
AMI III.KNIiKKS OP
FINE WHISKIES,
N03. 1, 3, S & 7 S. Commerce St.
M015IL..1S, ALA.
April ',, Mil. 10 lini
E. II. lltUlllAttl),
1'miiiluuti.
VV. II. Yl'll.l.K,
See'y anil 'J'teus.
M.uit fnet il roi s ol
St GILBERT
Company.
Hash, DuorNi Itltntltt. HouldlusN, Etc
'l'liineil Columns, Ncwuls, liuluHlcia.
Scinll Work nl nil kimls.
VVimcl Mnnli'U uml Mini i' VVoik.
Winduw uml boor l'miiim ithneeiuby
111 A; 110 N. Hoy jiI Street,
MOBILE, ALA.
p. o r.ox n.
All Kinds of uieial Uuliintil Wutk.
May Sr., Kil, ll ltni
a. u. iitosT. I nn tai trm
5. E. COSISIiQ. .DIlillTll I .
CostelloCo.
SIIIP CHANDLERS and
GROCERS,
lVCol3ile9 LlO;.
Mull illrei-li'dlixiur care will be promptly
dellvvrcd i.n nrrlviilof vusuul or fiirwitrdvd
J M mi ir, t-'.U. n-Cni
S. W. (!nrner Dititpliln
unci Commerce HU.
. OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
lluy tickols to ISnekuliiiiiia Kiutinn.
Mnliiln at Ohio Kinlioiid, wlmte you will
II nil H. P. 1 1 union with freu bucks to
Weekly Iioutilei'8, to convey yon to the
mm tig.
Tho Wiitur In a piwillvn cure fur all
hi.i.niBcli, l.lvur, lii.wels, Kidney, IJIudder
anil hum jji stiluses, unit 1'iIhh.
Iteing botlur iicnini roil to ucconiitioilnto
those sucking lieiillh, than ever, with
ni'Mi rooms fur SO L'tteHtM. A trial of this
win ul' Hull Uml. is uskeil.
For further Infui iiiiitiini, nthlrnKN, ,
11. J. riiT'l'US, Ptopt iutor.
Ueiiling Spinu's, AIh,
jniy , !-;'. i i t.m
D.SViERCIER'SSONS,
-I HK liKXOU'NKl).
ClotlnLlerc and Matters,
FOR CHEAPNESS ANDFAIR DEALINC.
Two Blocks from Caual-DAUPHIKE STREET-Two Blocks from Canal.
Novenil.i'i' '21
l -ti.i.
4(i.i;iu
C. H. ALLEY,
(South Side Railroad, cor. Delmas Ave. and Frederick Sti.)
SCRANTON, MISS.,
DEAI.KK IN
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
FEED, HARDWARE, ETC.
Stationery a Specialty. Frotcher's Celebrated Garden Seed.
PATKONAOB SOLlvlTKD. SATISFACTION CUARASTEED.
l.tf-UOUUS Ur I.IVEKKl) Kl!Ei-:.1
J. 1.. HOIIKI.'IS
J W
M I10B
Eelaiaj Aveau:,
DKAI.KUS IN
Groceries, Canned Goods,
TINWARE. NOTIONS,
FEED,
TOBACCO,
CICARS
9.16
AUTICLES.
.Tnly '20. 1-n.
PET Eli 1J1.AISE, Piesiilont.
ni in.
An Army by Cnxcy coiimintieil ,
To have tilings their own way hnvc
lllllllH'll it,
For they know (irovi'i's wrong,
Ami they'll luach li i in cro lon
(Tliut in if they ih. not gut Htiuiiilod).
ITioi o tiro ti'iiiiipn from the South, that
in sunny ;
There tiro I rumps fro litem woolly West,
funny ;
lint 'tis pleasant to seo
Tliem in coiicni'tl uyree
(That for woik they're not chiinoriiij;.
hut iiiouey).
Now tlio Prcsithinl's tnkitig to gnyinij,
ho when Ci.xuy ."geti theru" he'll be
iliiii ;
For t liens iniylit ho u break up,
Ami general nliako up,
(And now fixturoB he'll have to be
buying).
If he would but know it, I'll tell him,
Of one who great biii'snini will null him,
In the I'un.iluru lino
All Unit's dainty ami lino,
Latest fad.s iu antique, uiite-bcllum.
' i -tV '"Vg
EbNEST MiACb'l', Sectetan.
NEW ORLEANS
BREWING
ASSOCIATION'S
L'XEXCEELM) KEO AM) liOTTI.I'.U
MAIS OFFICE. No. 8 Cinondelet fitr-t,
s;v )Kiii:vAs, l.
Orders by Mail Promptly Filled.
April 2tl, lt-iM. 9 (iut
CALL AT
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TEIUULT'8 tratlo bttnlly needs more
extension.
Iiown on Royul you'll see
Tlnil snles I invest ciui ho,
Where sneh hundsonio goods vi'tvb your
tit lentiou,
W, G, TEBAULT,
Not. 37, 39 and 41 Royal Street,
MEW ORLEANS, LA.
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Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes,
Hats, Clothing, Tinware, m . H.
Feed. Paints,
PATRONAGE SOLICITED, SATISFACTION GUARANTEED,
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
DeJean & Mitchell, - Proprietors,
BOnAlVTOM', MI5S.
Mnieh SO. 1I4
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Home Industry Iron Works,
S. E. Cor ner Water and State Streets, MOBILE, ALA.,
MAMIFAPTUUKHH OF
Steam Mills .and All Other Machlncrij.
Ustitmiti'N for till kinds of Machinery olio rfully furnished on implication Iron lor
Pole Kode fins. Uiiibh uml liou t'liHtlntm ol nil kinds, lion Ktiilinif
Cemetery Fence, VetHtidiis, Ollhe Kniling, cto.
DOORS, SHUTTERS, ETC.
Prompt Attention Given to RepairiuE. . Country Orders Promptly Attended to
P. A. WITTMAN, FOREMAN.
Seiilfiubei 1, 18J3.
MORRIS) jACOBSj)
Merchant Tailor,
Scranton, Miss.
dent's Furnishing Goods,
HATS. CAPS AXD SHOES.
Or Em end CLE AMINO properly don
August 4. 1K.I4. 24 Iy
B Fritz D. BeGHt, 3
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New OrlemiH, Mobile, and
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