Newspaper Page Text
..13 P K. MAYERS. - Proprietor, NTKRBO III THI rOflTOfrlCI AT SCRANTOS AS SncOMMXASS MAIL MATTER. FRIDAY February 8, 1895. LOCAL NEWS. SCHEDULE OF M P. & p Lenvfl Muss Meeiiiiit L. X. ut Pnil.t. Kovantim. 0:'M a. in. No. B North at 1 1:16 . ra. 1:35 p. ni. tin, 1 gunth ut 1 4ii n. m. No. 4 Xrtl tit.2:l). p. ni. p. m. No. 5 &nlh at. (kiH p. ni. W:35 p. in. No. t North ut 11:00 p. in. Exira utlWO p m. (after Juu. d, 1)5 ) returning 4: 10 p. in. Ke(iiniiii; ull trains leave Rerun tun imineilialoly nfier tteniirtiire of I, AN. trains. - G. H. HCYVZi:, President. The DcMMrat-Star the Official Journal f raota. At a regular meeting of the Mayor nnd Board of Aldornien, on Tuesday last, tlieold reliable Democrat-Star was re-elected official Journal of the town council, for which honor we re turn the Mayor nnd Hoard of Alder men our Hincero thanks. Chancery court next Monday for this county. Candidates for county offices are loom I ok up. J. W. March, of St. Elmo, Ala., was in town thU week. Mr. Ira V rd attended Chancery court ut Mississippi City this week. " Hon. IT. Bloom fluid attended Chan cery court at Mississippi City this week. New cross ties arc being put down for the L. & N. Co., in the Scrunton yard. The trnvel on the Pascagoula nnd Moss Point railroad seems to be in creasing. The Kreatest need of Scranton is good street lights and water for tire pui JIIISl'S. The weather has been severe the past montli on old people, "liobos" t nnd live stock. , We have had some shot-gun mar riages In this county, and more to follow, so it Is said. Mr. J. P. Smith, of Vaneleave. one of Jackson county's large land owners was here this week. Rev. R. I). Downer will preach In the Presbyterian church Sunday at 11 o'clock, a. m., and 7. p. ni. Our Aldermen now receive $2 a dny for each regular meeting of the coun cil. No pay lor special meetings Mr. Quint Orr, after an absence of '"vrrm weehs on a visit in Melucimirg. lu has returned to Scranton again. I 'N. Brock will preach in the BapwH church. Snirhiy at II o'clock. . R. R. 1g , l naptAj, church Sir. 'f - a. m.iind -fyp. tu. i ? Invited. r J f The fl ne Jersey co 1 1 r"'i,s 'filve 1)1 r,,M 1,1 f f 1 'I nesday morning. Bo fl A the kind of stock to . m.- i.-... i aii ui e cut w, any 'cow of Mr. Envinuel i twin calves Wed- Rnt.li nmlp Tlili id the kind of stock to have, i Tlie fumiiratlnsf b.inrn '-.iimnm." that has been out at Council & Co's shipyard for several weeks, Ins hwn put in first-class order and was again launched this week. The Mayor's offtVo remains In the f ...-.. .v"in in 4v. I ll, nil jjm ill n niillllT, where the Mayor will hold his court and the meetings of the council will f! beheld. Rent $8 a month. 'I Mr. George Brewer, of Oransre irrovc, woo is one or our tnrirty truck farmers, came Friday and left $3 for t l the "old rellalle"ashedid not think " lie ootild get along well without it. i"i Sensible. .f Work on the artesian well, that Is being pot down at the ice factory Is J. I progressing nicely, and the well will V , I be completed In a few davs. It Is ex- A pected a good flow of water will be f i TheDEMOCRAT-STARofflcehadcnlls i .from several hobos this week. Some were going east and some west. One said he rodcon the freight train some- f time, but usually took the tie train. Mr. Joseph F. Smith, of South Hn I ven, Michigan, was here this week visiting his brothers. Ho says the weather is not as pleasant in Mich igan as it Is here. Don't fall to attend the entertain ment at Odd Fellows Opera House to-night (Friday) for the benefit of Mrs. H. Fisher. Tills Is a worthy cause and should be well patronized by our citizens. Admission 25 cents. The fast steamer, Sadie L, came down Monday from Leatherbury's landing with a full cargo of rosin. She returned with a full cargo of mer chandise for Basin and other points on the Pasciigoula river. Mrs. Irene Richardson, sister of Mr. W. J. E. Gerard, returned to her v nomo in uocien, Ala., last Monday. --iMt.r.ifl Dlin W:lH llnri-l l.pailtmiinf ef ".little son was under treatment of 1? L'nll n n rl .. .... I ... I to rjieioroineiroeparturc. f ri-loligressman, VValter M. Den- left MUiVtoy evening enroute for K v!tsbltigton CTty, to take in the slt " nation before aking his seat next December. Ho lll be absent about three weeks. A Icrew of men has been at work this week putting In a switch for the ?aMigmila & Moss Point railroad to on along side of the L. & N. track at the depot. This will be a great con venience for passengers, as they will only have to step from one train to the other. Mr. George Riley Shcpnrd left Mon day Int Canoe station, Ala., where he gVAiave his enncer treated. He refeu us to state that he Is very thank! ul to the citizens of Scranton for the assistance given him in his trouble. Mr. Edwin Downer, son of Rcy. Jl. B. Downer, of Ocean Springs, Is now connected with the store of Mr. W. J. E. Gerard. Edwin . Is a quiet, good yonngman.and we wish him success as he is deserving. Look out, Edwin for the pit falls In Scrantou. 4) Mrs. Wm. P. Parhnm and children left Monday evening for New Orleans, ui.iv nun cAyiTilvu w nn;es HIT nuS nftnn. Whn nna hmn nf. ruii. CtniA cnpltal for the past three years and a s.M,lL It Is Raid Mr. Parhnm will en- M In business .In cv)Aleans. PASCAGOULA RIVER PACKET, The Steamer iMSftDIEL., OPKRATKl) BY TdK Pascasoula River Packet gSngy Co., UNTIL A KLSK IN THE RlVEU the Steumer '-Sadie L" will go only tm far as the CEDAR CREEK Wiii-elionse. KivigiiU iorn.ithe liver will lie stored in warehouse there, unless olhui'Tise or (ttreri. F. H. LEWIS. MANAGER. SUUNTOX. MISS. Dec. !. 18.14. 41-lv There is another barber shop to be opened sikmi in Scrunton. Mrs. R. L. Glenn, accompanied by Mrs. James Martin, Mrs. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. r.ignall. of Olennliaven, came down on the steam tug Ned Robinson, Cant. John Host, master, Ed Post, pilot, last Wednesday to Scranion to do some shopping. Mr. C. A. Barker, of Plaiineniine, La., who has been employed at the Scranton hotel bar for the past three months. left, lost, Sltllrrliiv fur Orleans, to accept a position with the Vfnt. 1.. 1: ... . ..... I'lcuniuiiiii.uu uinr rautory. uy ins gentlemanly conduct, Mr. Barker made many friends while here, who regret to see him leave, but wish him success in his new home. BUSINESS LOCALS Lnc&l Nottees Inserted under tills heart are uunrB"" mr hi. me rutn or iu cents per line for each Insertion. Wall for St Until I go in and get a plug of Vaughan's Clover Honey. Iucan't be heat. Try It. Good knife. Eastern Seed Potatoes of different varieties, at W. M. Canty's. Try one of those Uncanvassed Hams at Valverde's. They are thechcapest and best. Don't Mop Until you get a plucof Yaiiehan'8 Clover Honey. It's the finest plug on the coast. Try It. Excellent knife You will find onlv first-class (roods vlat DeJeau & Mitchell's. If you want first-class Groceries at bottom prices, the place to buy them is at W. SI. Unity's. "Sow Von trc Mionll'i' " Look out for Vaughan's Clover Honey. lip-top quality. It's a good knife. Try your luck with those Prize Baking Powder's at B. D. Valverde's, Who Said Knife t Vaughan's Clover Honey Is worth the money, not counting the knife. De.lean & Mitchell are headouart ers for Dry Goods nnd Groceries, and they sell at K ick Bottom prices. Buggy Whips at W. M. Canty's from iiJccriM up.' Clear the Track Here she comes ! Vaughan's Clover Honey beats them all. Try a plug Bully knife. ivocic nnuom prices prevail on everything at De.Tcan & Mitchell's. W ake up Early and take a chew of Vaughan's Clover Honey. It's a good eye-opener. Try It. DE1T.IL notice. I will be at my office in Scranton on Monday, 11th Inst, and remain one week. W. L. HIGHTOWER, Dental Surgeon. Feb. 8, lS9.j. As a rule man's a fool; When it's hot he wants It cool; When It's cool he wants It hot; Never pleased witli what he's got Unless he buys Vaughan's Clover Ilonev. Then he is tickled. Try it. oKricui.. towj or ticitmo.i. The Tlnflnl nf Mnrnr nnd lMn..n.n ...M. roprulnr nmsinn Fehruitrv 6. I'reHPiit: M. C. Allmiui, mavnrj C. E. Cliidsev, S. R. Tbnmp on, tleo. Mutlik-u and I. V. ' llelmas, nlder men. Gon. II. TTilcrffina flnnjknrnit nl n.n.nHinj n)8 CniltmiMHIim a fl .lopnian htr n nn..; ... . , iiirui bv the Roveriwr and it apponrinir that the mud Geo. 11. Hiiim wan qualified, he recnuiiiied a a member of Ih birnrd. The mayor reported baring collected J.10.55 Id tinea and costs during the month of Jan uary. S. R. T h l n i n n n I. 1 -..11 . j i0.2t town taxes up to January 10, and I. I1. 'ennui reported navinj; cnllected IHS.80 durinir the remainder nf (he month. The mnrshal'a report was read and accept ed. The street eommmaionar'a rnnnrt. ua. aeeepled. Thn trnnaiieot.'a Mn.l . I r. , . , nna ai:i:uittMi, n amounting to $..74.47 balauce on hand Oer. H. HiitfirinB nnd R. R. Thompson were mum in I od ft committer nn and waterworks. C. K. Chidsov and I. P. Ocltnaa were appointed a committee on finance, lights and aunitairan. If V1..inn.l !... .1. . 1 .1 . a.w nnr. ... ..miicu viii.i inn niuerinen not rawing a solar be allowed S2 for each reeu I... ., e A. i i n ni iiicviiik in iiiv ii'inru. It waa ordered that the street committee draw nn an nrilinnneA imnnwannn ll. . 1 ' "'n niciiiiii.il to employ special policemen on special ucca- niwnn auu icmri. bhiiiv ni nn early oate. Itilla amnnnlinir tn XI7I1 .US ivMia allA.AJ ..J ordered paid. ordered that the mayor and clerk bo autlinr- Izelt In niirnli.lan 9 ilMira VI nk.U. mnA -..u stationary as may be needed, and tender bills The following nrdidance waa paaacd: ORDIXANCEXO. 52 Ra U niaMf1 ttw I V. a llnM ..J n 1 . t I .d i.iii.n.1 nun iiuniuiii Alnnrmnil nf thn Invn nt SJnranlnn Vk.1 ... . ..,.., iini. ainy person or corporation desiring to subdivide a "i wiiion i n iv corpora to nmita or tin town nf Scranton, or to be included there in. kali fall In aiihmlt hl..l ...J MA t I. .... ..... ... ni. v.. iv n pi,... Hl)u inn III HIICII aubdirision and a correct abstract of title of me lanu ptaitca m tn Mayor and Hoard or Aldermen of this town to be approcd bv thnm hnfnm tha mnmm shall Ka AloH tnm u. 'A in the record of deeds in the county nf Jack son. State nf Mississippi, ha nr it shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and nn conviction ahall be fined not tn exceed $20. And for the reason that there are lands about in be pint- t I I- .1.:- . ai . .. ' leu in mis inwn ann mere are no nrninances regulating the same, bt it ordained that this ordinance take effect and b in full force from and after its passage. Board adjourned. M. C. AMMAN, Mayor, t. P. Dii.mii, Town Clerk. Dr. Price' Cream Baking Powder WaaM-t rr Htflwe mailt tmt Ofrlesn. : orriciAL.l TILMCC OF PISCICOILI. I'ASCAOOt'LA. Miss.. Jan. 30. 1KW. At a pimlnn ut the M.ivor nod Hiwnl of Aldermen of the Village of I'usriufoiilr., held this liny thu fullowlnj orUiii.iui-e. wura puiMed: ((uniMANCB 1. Bo It ordnlnrd by the Mayor nnd Hoard of Aldermen of the Village of I'hwuicouIh. Xliiil tlie Clerk and Miirxlit.l ho lotrui led to nrncuro a ruuytif tliecounty itiMi'Ntttiient rolls, emtiriu'lnic sui'h pniperty of pi'rwins within the cor I irate limit. of tho ViflaxB of t'awuginila. Alo copy of poll book for same pi are. Ormnanck 3. Ho a ordained by the Myur and Bnurd of Aldermen of Ihe. Villnga of t'usraKuuln. That the Marshal board all primmi-nt at 3o cnts per day, while serving such term an they may he m-iiWnced to, and that phynient Mr said liuard ah ill he mad out of Ihe Hint funds In the V'liiaje tivik.ii; y. Okdika"I( n 3. lie ltoiilalned liy the Muyor and Uuaril of Aldermen of tnu Village of i'a cagouliu That all tramps or p. r, ir.. v.u limit vislhleineaii of support fi.und w;thiu Hie eorporatB limits of tin) Vlllageof I'asciuimU afier hnvliig been given iiu notiee it y ilu. Muriihal to leave be arrentid and tried and if found guilty, lie Hned not Irs- than am dollars not more than twenly-tlve dollars, or not less than aix days labor tnir more than thlriy days luiror Uith. at tlio dim:niion of I h-; court. Ohoi.vance 4. Be It ordained hy the Mayor and Hoard of Aldermen of liin Village of I as cugouia. 'I hat any ixtmiii found ilrunk. iIih orderly, (llhturiiiug the peacti, or loitering In the streets or other puidic places of this Ylllajo (.hall, upon com lotion, be lined not less than one dollar. ORUiKANCl 6. lie it ordained by the Mayor and Hoard of Aldeimen of thu Vitiligo' of Hascagouln, That any person who shall nmko any indecent exposure of li is person on thu streets, or In any public place, in snld villaire shall, upon conviction beHned not less than two dollars and fifty cents. Ohdinakci!!). lie It ordained hy the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of tlio Village of I'Hscagoula. That any person subject to and failing to pay on demand the road tax of three dollui per year, or to work the streets in lieu thereof six days, shall upon rnnvl tlou thereof be lined mil less than six dollars. OluiinANCE N. lie 11 ordained liy tire Ainyor and Board of Ahlei nun of tlio Village of 1'ascagoulii. Thai any person who shall dis charge, tire arms In or across thu public sti eeta within the limits of Hits Villaire shull. upon conviction bo Hned not less than one, dollar. I certify that the alxive Is a true copy from ui uiii.muu ui icluiu iu uijr ouirii. V, It. Walker, Vlllii.r.. I I...I, It was ordered by the Board thai thu hands oi oiney mown, John k,. (.lain and (.has. A Urelner lie accented. The petition of lames Halet Rolls, to retail vinus. snirituous and malt Hoimr. unlM.H Hied. Whereupon the Hoard adjourned to nieti me ui-st i uusuuy in i'eiiruary, isu.i. K. It. Wai.kkh, Village t'lerk, PASCAOOt't.A. Miss.. Feb. 5. 1891. At a regular meeting of thtl Mayor and Hoard of Aldermen of thu Villagn of I'asea- gotila. held tills day: I'resent. Volney iiriiwn.inMyor; r.n. uirjusen, J as. .11 cl mil and F. H. Walker. Aldermen. The minutes of Inst meeting were read and npproveo. naviug no oilier Dullness thu Hoard adjourned to next regular meetl'ig. t. It. Walker. Village Clcik. (Otileial.) VIM Hi: OF VAST SIDE. Regular niectlntf of the Bonrd of Mayor and Aldertnen of the II Inge of East, Hide, held February fi. 18'J.j. All the memhers present. Minutes or last nieetini read and approved. Tlie bonds of th'i mayor, treamirer and tax collector were approved. C. W. Valverdo was surety for the may or; Ji. D. Valvenle surety for the tax collector, and H, U. Dclnias surety for ine treasurer, carried that the clerk be authorized to provide a seal for the municipality. Carried that itbeor- ciained that all persons subject to street duty be called out. J. Carlisle was elected mayor pro tem. Carried that the nnyor appoint a committee oi six to t iKe action to build a court house and jail. Tlio board then ad journed until the Best Tuesday iu March. The following ordinances were passed : Ordinance 1. Tie It ordained by thn Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the Village of East Side, Miss., That all persons between the aires of 13 and 5.1 years, be compelled to perform an nually six aa.vs' labor, or ten hours each on the streets, alloys or avenues or in lieu thereof to pay t he sum of $'l. URDInancis 2. He it ordained by the Mayor and Iioard of Alderman of the Village of East Side, Miss , That any vagrant in the village be arrested anil lined, or work on the streets until line is paid, at a rate not to exceed "0 cents a day. ?.. WILCOX, Mayor. W. AVordtman, Clerk. Ornoi I)kmocrat-Star,I Scranton, Miss., February 8, IHU5.I Report for week endinir Feb. 7, 18U5. F.NTEUED. Feb. 1. Schr. Amelia P Schmidt, Pashlcy, from Havana. Feb. 4. American schr. Hildcgard, Green, from Caiharien. Feb. 5. Nonve)(iau hark Two Brothers, Julian- lessen, iiom uiuucestur. CLEARED. Feb. 1. American aclir. Lena It. Storcr, bv Dantzlcr Lumber Co. fur Kingston, - with 214,175 ft. lumber! value $2,571. The readers of tlio Democrat-Star are requested to read the following new advertisements, which are us follows : Charter of Incorporation of the Gult Coast Land and Fruit Company. (Jiiarter or incorporation or the Fan Ik-I'ia tt Lumber Company. hherili s sale, li. w. Timert vs. II. F. Krchs and Lucretia Krebs. Petition for Liauor License of Jas. II. Uolls. Notice to Logmen. Notice to Contractors. Card of V. M. Stewart iiffiiinst Rev. II. .1. Ktarks. Quarantine notice. IT CURES LAGRIPPE. No on ihould inffer neediest pain, or Incur ncedleea risk to health or life. Many do inffer inrb pain and risk from the Grippe, doctoring In vain meanwhile. Rut none do thlt who on at a remedy for this dreaded icourge DR. KINC'S ROYAL CERMETUER. It CURBS the Grippe promptly, aafely, pleaaantly, completely and Unfailingly. It It tbe : IDEAL REMEDY for thin trouble pleasant to take ai lem onade, bannleai In every case, to young and old, male and female, In any and all conditions. While curing the Grippe, It aote a a perfect Nerve Restorative and General InviRorator, strengthening the system, and completely removing from It all EFFECTS OF THE GRIPPE. For Colde and Lung Troubles of all kinds, It lint no tuperlor. Bold by all Dmpglstii, (1-4 fnr (A. KIK&'S ROYAL CERMETUER COMPART, ATLANTA, OA. Fot title by Dr. W. A. COX, rVmntmi, ami. I. W. 8TKWAl:T, Moss Point. Felt. 1(1, 1801. 3-My rort o! Pascaoouia. OCEAN SPRINGS LOCAL NEWS TOWS OFFICERS. J. 11. Wijtpintnn, mavor; II. P. Russell, II. Sill, V. K. I'abst. K. M Wmllinmk, U. E. Arndl, aldermen; E. S. Davis, treasurer; i. II. Tardy, marshal, A. V. Unsainbean, clerk. SECRET .SOCIETIES. Ocean Springs Lodge No: 58 K. of P. W. S. Vancleave, C. '.; A. H. Kitium, V. ('.: (). K..uig, 1'.; E. L. Tardv, M. of M.: R. I). Wig eintnn, M. at A.; W. Lorenien, 1. U.; C. W. Madison, O. U. Jtrsi'ErlAL NOTf'E Any news Items left at the drug store of Hermiui Nill. will lie promptly coniiiiuulcated to the IIemochat bTAKottlce. tfcrantou. Miss. TMr. 11. K. Itussidl Is the roeularly u'.h'iri"d agent of thu LKaiKKAT-M.ut ai Ocean prlllgs. Business is only "so so." Mr. 1). W. Halstead was In Scran ton Tuesday on business. Mrs. Sweet.land and Mrs. fliers, of D yton. Ohio, are stopping at the Ocean Springs hotel. A young merchant of Scranton was here Sunday feeling of the pulse of our voters. He expects to stand for a county office. Ocean Springs will saon start out two and perhaps tlnee Candidates for county offices. Of course the old re liable Dejiocrat-Stah will announce them. Scvni'ill now nfrpnfa tt'fll tin Annniul for trafllc before long lit the request of citizens. Ocean Springs Is growing rapidly. We have no boom, but a steady growth, which proves that we are moving along with the procession. Some playful horse, while running nt large broke one of the large plate glass windows of Kill's drug store early Monday morning. As we have no ordinance prohibiting luirses from running at large, some one might be unfortunate enough to lose their life through this same cause. An organization to ecleb-ato Mar ti! Urn was organized here last Sun day afternoon among the young gen tlemen, which promises to rival the Uex carnival of our sister city, New Orleans. No expense will be spared to make It a success, i Wnrlf nn t.bo Rtrpnta (a nrnirrnccinir slowly, on account of the shells not cmiiing lasi, tiiougn to warrant woi'K Ing more hands. Something ought to he done to have the shells brought here before It gets too late In the snrinL' to have the shells snread. Lnst year we were compelled to abandon WOl k on account Of warm weather n ii ( I t hit ut nn nil it fits I iir rVnn fl.n shells. iiiu oii(.in ii itiictiiiOk iiuiii liiu Monday night sonic unknown par ties tried to gain an entrance to M. I). Russell & Co's store, through a back door. They were discovered, however, by t he noise they made, by Mr. Dan Davidson, who Bred four In effectual shots at them. Ilurglars and prowlers better beware, as the citizens of this place are prepared tn resent all unlawful Intrusion on their property. .DELINQUENT MUNICIPAL TAX SALE. I wil! nell t public outcry to !hf hipliest biddtT, fur cash, in front of (ho court house in the tnwii nf Snrantun. .Inrkflnn count r. Mikm.. nu Monday, the 4th day of March, 1895, commencing at 11 o'clock, a. nt., the follmvinjr described lands and lots, nr so much thereof as ma v be necessary to make the amount of municipal taxes due thereon, for tho fiscal vear 1894 and all costs: iSnnie of Owner. Description. Lot S. T.U. T. I'F. Cst T'l Mrs. Irene Horella Hun Railis Harriet Chestanz.. S. Krebs tract, part of lot Dees tract in Ira Porter claim, lot and ef of V. Deltnas tract on A. Conmiuny ('ommuny tract, iKuinvs residence s. liT rulia t riiet. ms In Belle Carter Mrs. A. S. Dees... Dees tract undivided M. A. Dees' heirs. fees tract, Mary Paseagoula street Anthony Crump.. Wm. Dixon Ker tract, si of vacant 9 V. Dclnias tract. Imnrovcnients and N"f C. Flanagan Rene Krebs tract lots Arliim Ilniii'li . Dees tract ei of lot V. Deltnas tract, nl Louisa Howard. . . Clias Hudson S. Krebs tract part New Venice Co. . . S. Krebs tract ni of Ilebrard tract lots 2, V. Dclmas tract sub bytciian Int. (lurlie tract 1 lot V. Dclmas tract Steve James. . . llrutus James.. .fni'lison A vpmip nnrt, J. II. Krebs Rene Kebs tract residence and nart or lot 1 section z anri John F. Krebs Jno. F. Krebs, S.Krcbs tract, lots 2fi. 41. 4(i. f.0 and ('has Lerny Ker tract, residence , V. Dclnias tract barber shop & ten's J. U. Dclmas tract vacant land on... P;l srni.mil hi st. sulll ll nf Tlnnnorhn Mrs. rc. Mansfle d. J. F. Mansfield... Miss E. Mansfield.. Girlie tract 1 lot Waiter Mclnnis... Joseph Wciltel M. C. Pankev Ker tract, st of... . It! Ilebrard tract, house on 12 li. lirnrm t rillt,. nhnnnnrl 9. tnnnmnnlii i.'l .r ir lfniu v. Dei mas tract, residence and w of 31 MrsF.mtnaSheftleld V . Dclmas tract, teneni'tand soflot Arnold Saucier. . . . . Sophia Sanders.... Mrs. I). Train Mrs. N. De Villen- etive Elizabeth. Jones..-. Mrs. F. G. Walker. Gabe West Jordan Whlttaker. Chas. Whittakcr... Mrs. Yates Mrs. M. Yclyerton Itesant heirs llelle Jackson est.. Wanerr Hilbn s. Krebs tract, n 1 ICnr tnii't. tenetnrnf, Sid Krebs tract, res R. Krebs tract, vacant ft 1'rehs tract,, res nn S. Krebs tract vacant V. Dclmas tract res ni Ker tract niof Ker tract vacant ni of S. Krebs tract, house In sub divot... It. If rnha tract, nf 111 Gurlie tract, lot nnd ... ...... ... I'a i t or lot house and lot Mansfield tract I 'll Feb. 1, 1895. PASS IIIH AROtJAD. Tho Itev. II. J. ST ARKS, pastor of Mm A. M. P. 7lnn nhnrr.U lit S.rn ntrin Miss., for the year 1894, is guilty of many crimes unu acts uiiDccominga minister. ; 1st. He collected money for church purposes and never paid it out as re quested. 2d. He burrowed money from many persons in Scranton and left without paying them. 3d. He was known to have been drunk on the streets of Scranton. 4th. He gave erroneous statements as tn the cost in Mobile, nf some of the tlx tu res of tho Church-house, and collected more money for this purpose than was actually needed,, und even then left part of the hills unpaid. Cth. It Is well known to us, and many who know him, that the truth is not in him. Hence, we declare to our brethren "everywhere, that he Is unfit for the high ollico to which he pretends. 'William M. Stkwaht. Scranton, Miss., Feb. 8, 1)5. 51 1-t More new subscribers this week to the Dkmocrat-Stak. Tho old relia ble is onward and upward. Let the good work go on. A cold wave struck our town yester day morning. It was u hummer, sure. Dr. E. Ii. flrac paid bcranton a flying visit on Tuesday. TOffl r OtlitT bPRIKSi OtTAS Semsus. Miss.. Feb. 5.1HS5. The Bo ini of Mayor and Ahl. rin n nf ths Town of Ocean Mprinas nna In regular e aion in Te-in Hall, ut 7 o'clis-k, p. m Hn-aent: U. K. I'abst. lieo. K. Arndt, II. V. liu ell, 11. Mil and K. M. Weathroult. Aliiur- Ult'll. The Mayor, on account ofsf-In, beina ' atwent. the Mayor pro teui, U. E. I'abst, pro aided. The mlnut.es of January 2. of the old board anil the ininiiU'H of January 7. and 8 worti read and received. Also thu report of tin! rreiisnrcr, showiug the amount uf tV.Vi.iiB on liand. The report of tho MarahaL Tax-collector and Street Ciiiiiinihsloner was rea.l and ap proved, and tho amount of fSiW ordered paid. heiiiK expenditures for Hhells. luuiln-r ami Iniior on streets durlnx Uu inomtinf Januury. The f port of the committee in rem ni n the uraveyurd. reporfiU as fol lows: Miss K. Ames ntfered to etl a afreet running on the ulise of the hill west of the Kiuveyurd i feet wide, m tho town of Ocean l-print's for the sum of Sluu.oii motion the re port was laid over until tho next ineetina. Monday, leb. 11. IslO. Bi present voting yea. J he petition of tieo. K. Arndt to retail yinous and splrltou liquor in less iiuanti--ty than one itallon was received, read and or Ueinii tiled with thetaerk. for one month for consideration and the receptions of counter petitions, according to law. T he bill of the Town lerk for four reams of legal pap paper, a:nounting to W wasoi dered paid. Hill of t!, V., Patst. Mayor, pro trmfor! waa ordered paid, b-ting cmniH-nsation for (llBpoHlng of one case of uiisdomeunor in the Mayor a court. A proian.lt Ion from Mr. Nurr-lsn Scvmour to furnish und deliver from )0 to 1('H) hurl relaiof shells on ( allioun Avenue at lie in r huen.l Wllu l-t.url unH.. .1 . .... a j i " ... uu iiiiiviuii umy secou- d 'd, the DromisiLluii u-us m..-Iv.i uii . cut voting yen. It was moved and seconded to appropriate the sum of Jn, to the Ocean Springs Klre ( onipany No. 1. and the sum of f.n t!, the volunteer iiiaik and Ladder Company No 1 In order to maintain and assist said com panies during the year 1MI5. the motion waa carried, all present voting yea. Moved, seconded and carried that the Street ( oiiinilssloner have tho Hr wells fixed und ... , , ... V ii ; i lno rolta nanus at liis ('(irillllilllll It. 1 1 Vrt(nn Th;i Board then adjourned until Mon lay. Fel runry 11. at HMO o'clock p. ni. i i. (' K. I'ABST, Mayor protein. A. V.KosAMHKAtr. Town Clerk. OCEAN ePEINOS DIRECTORY. XARCISE SKVMOUR.' Shipper of Oysters, Shrimp and Fish. ILLIXO HOUSE, Open All The Year Itonnd. ARTESIAN HOUSE, by Mrs. S. Uackous. Onod Board. Sample Room Free. OCEAN SPRIX0S DRl'O STORE, Herman Sill, Prop. Drujs, Medicines, etc , HORTON A llxdy, i General Merchandise. The Cheap Cash Store I ! . . ' ' JERRY O'KEEKE, Undertaker and Liverv Stable. A. V. K0SAMI1EAL", Groceries, Dry Goods and Notions. oTviBitosi; Dealers in General Merchandise. E.J. VAl'GIIAX A CO., Wholesale and Jobbing Tobacco House. VAHI.E A EOAN', Livery Stable. Special Attention uiven tn Drummers. 60201 fl 01 13 81 sc. oolto Wl 20120 20 3 20 Jackson Ave. In .Viil 1 1 973 37 south of Vv. M and land enh 1 1 e iciin $10! 40i 20 2 8.-. 130!) !0jl 89i2 49 lots wit h 8 ten's 8 (ilfl 00 2 4o 18 65 Dees residence on I4 00 20 6 45 Kin, 24 201 81 2 31 2 71 51 60 2011 91 2 and 3 12-: 3 47 1059 3 15 of Int. . . h i on sop i 9.i;2 m of lot, 40 201 89; 12 49 lot 11 3, nnd division of Pres. Improvements on 4 00 1 3 30 8 30 48 !0 1 9012 58 nf Int. UR 8( 80 Ml 93 2 93 8 3 60 19 ni fl ni ,r4 2 80 1 3 53 7 33 2 M 2 135 19 40 2 05 4 05 1 0020 1 95 3 15 20 1 9012 50 20i2 ISiS 15 AO 20 1 91 2 71 4 00 2 25 45 4 f.4 2 30 7 04 2 00 05 i 25 - 3 or 3 40 SO 1 80,!? 49 nnd si nf l.ri 1 ()0'2 60 and store si of.. 1' 8 3 20 20! 2 175 57 lot 27 and ... . Vine sr.. k1 nf . l 1 2040 32 3 92 99 3 59 10 1 40 20 20 1 1)1 2 71 3 15 2 93 1 00 1 95 1 03 20 1 85 2 2; 20 I 9312 93 lid e nf Ti! Afnrlot 1 1 2 tenements.... 11 . - ... ..... ... 1 CO 2 01 3 81 3 37 i8 ti l 20 201 97 (K) 201 91 2 71 OI20il 9112 71 I. P. DELMAS, Town Clerk und Tax-Collector. "' " ' G0-4t Awarded Highest Honoi-3 World Fair. MOST PERFECT MADE. A ruirtf firiM. ftMm nf Tjrtfir Pnuri Pm from Ammonia, Alum or my other adulterant 40 YEARS THi STANDARD. Ontobor W, tm. 35-ly Joe Dale, sage of Monticcllo says that he can't voto for all who nn. nounco In his paper, but he certainly won t vote ror tlie fellow who doesn't announce. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder DEI; v CREAM MOSS POINT PEHS0NAX AKD GESEBAL. News Items of Interest (h&mi From Various Sources. Plenty oflog and tho mills are all running. Mr. Fred Fassi returned Moiday from New Orleans. Better prices for lumber is expc:ted in the spring. A few fair days this week Improved business. Mr. A. A. Vaoghan, county asses sor was in town Tuesday. Mr. A. P. Denny was in New Or leans laxt week on business. He prayed for It to rain Fri lay night. His prayer was answered. It is said he is building a dwelling house. That looks like business. Mrs. Dan. M. Mayers and children are visiting the family of Mr. J. L Dantzler. . .Whoever heard of pigs sucking a cow It is said Moss Po;nt has just such a cow, The spring time will bring sonic new pretty girls to town, tnen lie will be bappy. Mr. Samuel Hartley, of Perrv coun ty, a log getter was here Tuesday on business. Tramps are getting ralher numer ous in our town, ana are u great nuisance. Ju lge O. Randall Is having plank walks put clown in front of his Eagle hotel property. Look out for the fake advertiser in the early spring time. He will surely be here. Tho Paseagoula Lumber . C ., re Ceived last week 3,200 logs fr nn a. C. Luce & Son, Liasin. Mr. Geo. W.Kennedy, of Augusta, a prominent, log getter, was here thic week on log business. During tho month of January the L. N. Dantzlcr Lumber Co., received at their mills 25,000 logs. Misses F.'lni nnd .Tnsln likhi.r, f,. a month's visit to frien Is in New Or leans, returned home Sunday. Mr. J. P. Myer, one of the leading merchants of Elllsville. was here this Weak on htlsinpl l'iinn,,r-l.,l with tho log men. The L. N. Dantzler T.umW r,, Bang mill, which has been shut down lor repairs ror several days, has again started. MeSSrS .T W Stuvnrl. on1 tVtf. . ... ..... ri ,,i v iiuu r I ii Colmer will leave Tuesday for West roino, miss., to attend tho Grand ijouge of Masons. Tie Rtenmnr V.t ta Ann fH.m Waynesboro, has bei n hprn fur anvornl " UIM. IIUIII lll'lll UUVS. It, IS Si,U ri.j.t; Clin w mn ( J 1 i . . . . tne i .iscagoula river trade. TllP Aplmi'innr A loaoing tins wecK at tlie U M. Dantz- ier ijuiiiuer (jo s mills witli 2 0,000 teci or lumoer ior Havana. Plncn Mm Pstscnirrnfln nnrl fn,a Point railroad lias hwnrnnnl niT mlnv i..ji. " . : """j i.iuies go to ncranton snopping, wlien tlie weather is pleasant. The Newton storn nt. thn f.i.L-o r,t jeiepnone and Magnolia road East Side, is bpintr rnnuii'iul fVir n, k .. , ... n ....... ua, room of Mr. Chas. W. Valverde. The citizen whose cow c.-im In thn other dav witli twn hr .'in nnw mala calves Is very happy. He says he has tne best cow In America. MISS Dora Clirhilinc. nftnr nn ih. senceof six months on n vUit. ti. r Charles, La., returned Mondav. ac companied by Miss Mamie Dees. Hon. Tlandrilnli V Vonm gusta, Superintendent of Education oi i err.v countv was in town t h n week with a larue. drift, nf Wo f,,. the mills. The Vounir men nf tlila nlm-o havn organized a brass band with Mr. W. A. uoulson, President and Prof. W. F. Wini'D-Mr Tniit rnntiii rIM,a t..fH.. v v.. i . aiic iiiobl ll ments have arrived here. Hev. T. W. Arlnma hoi SnndMV nltrlit Mr W rV Un.ill Hii..,t i,; . pulpit in the Methodist church. The doctor preached a most excellent,. practical sermon. Last Frtdnv nn pmnrv tvhr.nl hmt. In the plainer of L. N. Dantzler Lum ber Cos mill and a piece struck Mr. C. M. Falrlcy nn tho nose and bruised it noinewuai, out aia not aisngure bis nose. On nCCnllnt. nf tho ontortnlnmnnt at Scranton on tn-nlght (Friday) for the benefit of Mrs. H. Fisher, tho meeting of the Hypathean Society at Mr. lluwen's Isixistponed until Friday night next week. Mr. Trice W. Cunningham and Miss Annie Carter were married in the Methodist church Thursday night of last week. The church was well filled with the friends of this young and popular couple. May no cloud obscure their married life Is our sincere wish. One of tho most enjoyable events of the season was tho entertainment last Tuesday night at the Itaptist church. About two hundred were present, and the literary and musical program ren dered was highly appreciated. The participants seemed all to be nt their best. There Is not a town or city in the State that can serve an audience with flrst-class elocution and music on shorter notice than can Moss Point. For some good music nnd good auditors the ladies who nlanned the entertainment feel Indebted, luweier, w ooin scranton and Jisca tawpa. Program for the Juvenile Mission ary meeting, to be held at the Metho dist church, Feb. 10, 1895, at 3 o'clock: Prayer-by Itev. T. W. Adams. Music by the choir. Recitation Miss Willie Passo. Song Miss Cora Howze. Recitation Miss Eva Dalley. Song Mrs. E. Bloomfleld. Recitation Miss Cecile Dalley. Musii by the choir. Reading Miss Lera Adams. S(ini?rillPlt Mm Miin.ih in anA (J-. Cunningham. Dr. Price's Cream Baking; Powder World'i Fair Highest Award. Executor' Notice to Cred itors. All persons having debts nr claims tfgniiMt. tint estntu of Mm. ROSA HXINQ, rteMscd, ins linmliy notia.iit to imra fnrwurd and pmlmUi thn KHtno us reqnirtnl by law within one ynnr from tills (lulu, nr Ibev will Ihj forevnr Unrmil. This January 33, IH9B. E. W. I1X1N0, Exetmtor. Jauaury 95, IS9S. 4SMt DEPARTMENT. THOBOUGH'BBED Piirttiilgi! Ciicli'iii. Whir Vv.milottes, W. K. iil,n:k H,utlUI. K. C. Wliitn U-g-Ii.triiH, S. C, I'iiowii Li'jli'ii ns, Hint 1 in no. im1.iI Pi-'iin Ihu lir. Cull und upb llii-hi and yon will be filfiisvd. KGG i $ Per Setting. FOWLS $1 to In Pur pnir. C. ZI. FAILLE?, Mom Puint. Slims. JannHi j- S5, im. 4! 6in 1. W. Stcwnrt, DRUGGIST, Sjwcl.-I ii 1 1 cut io it given tu piVNCiip tiotn, ul nil lmitin und fr.nii any ilnctor. Jsnniiiy li, 4;j Jy (tiiitwssins tn l)iuit7,!fi & Kvniis,) MOSS POINT, MISS., . DKAl.l'tiM IV Dry Goods, Notions, Cfothinfl, GECCISIES. EA1BWABE, Canned Mi, Tdacco. Ciars, Etc, 1. lOJ-. 'ill 1.. (r o fl Mclnnis Bros. 8 s MOSS FOIST. MISS.. Dealers In . , . , GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Feb. lo, Si4. Jiij.iy Attention, Ladies ! The- Indies of Muss Point, Pnsciigniilrt nml Scriiiitnti ru resiiectfiillv invited to call anil iii)Hct. my fitin stock of Fall anil Winter Millinery nnd dress gooils, rotiiiiHing the Intiwt prmlnnlions in Itigh diiss Millinery. Tie Intcst stylns In Huts, nntl in fnct ull my goods me fivsh unil Hid' best. Just received fiom IIib Louisville market. Cull nml Exaniina. Mrs.' ELL I'ASSO. Moss Point, Oct, M. 1h!U 3j-tf nun linn mmjm WA.DpUCLAS WULwnvt m for a kino. 9. cordovan: retncM SlCnamiuxq cait. 4.33FlNCmKMfll ' -.J'P0UCE,3 SOLES. 2.l7BlYS'SCH0fltSHfll r.?5NDlP??ATL!lGUC urn- vn mmioa peopl wear th W. L. Douslas $3 & $4 Shoes All our shoes are equally satisfactory They glvt the best vslus for the money. Th equal custoss shoes 1st style and fit, TMr wearinf qaalltlea are vnsurpaased. The prices are aHona.tampedoii sola, rrom Si to j saved over other makes. If your dealer cannot tupplr you e can. Sold by W. J. E. GERARD. , , v " Scranton, Miss. Jan. 4, '95. 40-fJni W in Poor Health means so much more than you imagine serious and! iatai diseases result irom trifling ailments neglected. Don't plavwith Nature's greatest gift health. Itrousrefeelifis; " out of sorts, weak J Slid Vfinrullv v. 1 hauslwl, neivous, J and can't work. begin at once tak ing the most relia- medicine.which is J Brown's Iron Bit. 1 tera. A tew bot tles curc-beuetl cones from the very first dose U pleasant to take. It Cures Dyspepsk, Kidney and liver Neuraleta, Trotiblen. Constipation, Bad Blood AWarltt, Nervous fell menu women's complaint. ROWN CHKMtCAL CO. atLTtltfiM tm VVt3L- 'J . mi pcit, - - - mt Ksbps a First-Class Drug Store, St X ; : Brows T II Ull Bitters -Cjtr"" ltoe-. has creased red lines on the wrapper. All others are Mb " '. On rscsuH ai two sr. stsmpa w ai . If wwutr to, :. i - r' - ,.f. '1.1 V t " I ; v -r- ..... . ..v.-l !