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pisriirrii'B AT SCH ANTON AS I, MATTK' -OVEMbEIl 3. 1SD9. n.Y 3CftL NEWS, I llfnioorill-"""" t Teirlhmne' ( ual,.r, to have u the dny. (hWrklwtlrlvliii!licw. is uoi in 1., I.lllrft," Hc-r.nt.mP!t up. n elope- . i.-thmnii visited liiloxi it. Hi v' tip'1'' it Sunday in i-holl. ..erv.ited Mobile on . .... 1.. Mi, ol Sir. r.. :m ...xii.ti In the J ('iimP-tcu . n .jiiv am hero on T;i."Iay. .. . .. , LuUroad is rm-lvlns another ,, t the ti it" ii- Ella Kit-lw "Fncd the puMic , hard of supervisors meet in rcb- sion next MntB . ,1,ioaU.iarel.eiL'or!.'aniZldiu thin Jlo gobble up all the P.ne timber ry si'hOOIHT Kleanor, Capt. A. H. Hfrum arnvnnn p..rV ouu- lust. . ii..,,rv Toiilson moved into Mrs, k-n milage on d liir street Mon lit celebra- OOI SO TO OTHER FIELDS. At call meeting of the directors of the Seranton Htnte Hank last Tuesday, Mr. A. Y. Tliomassoti tendered his res ilitmtioti as rashier of tliat institution to accept the ussistant er.shicrshiii of the. first National Hank, of Nashville, Teiin. Ill aelton meets with sincere and un iversal regret from his busiucss asso ciates here, w ho have so loyally support ed him diirini: his management of the bank's affairs and from the many friends lie has made during his stay in our midst Mr. Thomasson has in every way proven himself a progressive anil public spirited citizen, and by his courteous manners and thorough attention to bus iness has rilaeed the Kernntou Stale Sank In the front rauks of the stable and flourishing banks of this section. In his departure the bank loses a valu able official, and the community a per fect gentleman from its home and social ranks, who with his Interesting family will bo greatly missed. ' The bank with which Mr. Thomaisou associates himself is oneoftho largest and most rapidly growing financial in stitutions or the entire south, ana no is to bp congratulated on having risea to this lucratlvo and honorable position. We predict for him a brilliant future, and his career will he noted with inter est by his many friends here and olse wft're. Mr. E. H. Lamprey, who snccoods to the cashiership of the Seranton State Hank, is well known hero, hnvlug for some time been secretary and treasurer of the l"'arns worth Lumber Co, For some years previously ho was connected with the cxtensivo shipping firm of Messrs. Hunter, Iienn A Co., of Mobile. He is a banker of wide knowledge ana varied experience, gleaned fromaseven years' connection with the Canadian Bank of Commereo of Ontario, Canada, and Its numerous branches throughout ' the country. The public will find him cour teous and attentive, and the bank, under his charge and that of its present elll cient assistant cashier, Mr. T . 3. O'Con nor, Avill undoubtedly enjoy a continu ance of tho community's confidence and esteem, and its reputation as a popular medium of business. r bsolutecv Pure Makes the food more delicious and wholesome novAi b a kino KmflM co., wrw vofin. BUSINESS LOCALS. . EDUCATIONAL COLUMN. Local Notice liiwrhid uiul.r this head arc ctunred fur at the rate nl tea ceuU per line for each insertion. with an in the evenin Just received one car luad of very fine Alabama coal. J. Y. MORGAN. " FuRiitsnED Booms to let. Apply to J. A. Kathman, Mitchell residence, Scuantos. Hot and cold baths. 30-1 m , .ml Mr?. Fritz ! '!,'(' j.i.u .,nii..th marriage aiinivorsa- B URMI Vl' last Sunday. Mr J.W.AUman U hi fieri n mti- attivk of Tlioumatism, confining Lin tohli home. Mrs. KllitiWh Murray died juniy ior-lioii.p n Tuesday MoWJttb,awil years. No oiuranlino against New Orleans rim hiMof l ie ltuiuily were let, ini un Hie 1st of November. Mr. D. M. Armstrong, ol aiempnis, iiiuuedovcrliiwMiimiay on a visit to js friend, I'adiiiT A. F. Thomasson. jMi Ktntna l'elersoii left Sunday ev jtlng lust for Kscutaw pa to assist Miss Heste Uclnias in her school at tnat iai'e. n. Mr. J. 0. Thc:ir;l was here from New iltans S.n hy to iinp'jct hlssumm.ir cmr, which is in course of erection at ifx'oula. Mr, fii'o. J. Siinliv Cruz, tho efficient pi jovial freight agent of thoL. A N. (Miiliilc, was a wrlcome Sunday visi w, ;Mr. Hi'O. S. Lenlherhury, Jr., of Mo ilc, was a luisiness visitor hero Wed kwUy. tiwirge is a bustling fellow, and pi ill Muutl, wide aw ake business man. llv, J. K. Carpenter will preach in in1 Mi'tluKlist cliuri'li Sunday at 3:30 p ii. All iiirdiallv invited to attend. Tax-vm-crs of Jackson county don't Wl to pay your taxes hefuro tho 15th i (ii ucccmiicr, and thereby save amagen. Mr.Cliristian Nelson, wife und throe iWlilrm, after a three vuars sojourn in QUARANTINE NOTICE. To all concerned. Tho quarantine close season terminates to-day. All vessels, therefore, subject to quarautive inspection will ho admitted to entry on pratique from the medical oflicer at this port. This ineludo all vessels from for eign and from infected domestic, ports. Those from healthy domestic ports are not subject to inspection. JI.P.Dl'KE, A. A. Surgeon in Charge. Port of Paseagonla, Miss., Nov. 1, lSW. Nice fruits and Grand Hay yams at F. 1 Scar-cliff's. ' A full new stock of fruitcake ingre dients at tb.6 DcJean & Mitchell Co.'s store. , " ' ( Huy.Vour fruitcake lnrerlienls artd fancy gfuceries at H. I). Valverde's. Having bought goods in Chicago, New York and St. Louis, 1 am pre pared to supply a variety of styles iu hats, from 50cts tip. Mlt8. E. It. IiLACKW ELL. Before you buy, see those air-tilit Heaters at V. D. lluylies'. WE WANT to dn business with you, and ask you to look over this. We carry a line tn suit every clime. We carry millinery for cheap trade, medium and - also tho very finest trade. We have also a handsome se lection of new dress Roods, trimmings, linings, such as silkaline, silversbeen, and new silk, fancy skirts, petticoats, silk and flannel waists, capes, collar ettes, children's jackets, aud beaded belts and kid gloves. Our goods are put at the very low est llgure at first, but strictly one price to everybody. (J. NELSON'S STORE. Messrs. M. V. 11. Carey and Ed Mans-, field went hunting this week. Services in the Lutheran Church at 7:30 p. m; l'ascagoula at 4 :.i0 p. m. The steamer (ioorgia brought a tow of MM) pilings from Jordan river to west Paseagonla Creosote Works Wednesday. Tho election tickets for' tho county wero printed and delivered 'Ihursday morning to tho Kloction Commissioners. The Paquettovillaon the bay of Pasea gonla. at West End, is aa atiin I rablo lo cation for a hotel Bite, and could, with nominal expense, be made as attractive and elegant as the Tampa iiay llote situated at Tampa, Florida. am IluriR V, (colored) of Vaneleave, was in town Saturday to see Superin tendent Cowan about a teacher for his school. Ho secured tho services of Mrs. Mary K. Johnson, of Mobile. Prof. W. L. Murphy reports this week that lie has in attendance 1SI pupils at the colored public school, and more to come next week. The white coat of paint Just spread on the liaptist church building has some- ulmt iimirovoil lis looks, hilt till! IllllO prowl, 111, returned hero last week U Lt..i i awful. Keirular divio color. PU their permanent residence. n,lt r tl... nuintor will onlv add tho Mr. Edward Harrison, of Mobile, who nlcture of a mullet and a string of garlic uilt thsHuuth African stylo two-story I the thing would bo complete. 'use two doors of the Dkmoc hat-Star i "I low ii suDerintendlnir the I . ..... . i n " I Itt'lMIM (II 1 Hh(!ILirUlllll. II11II1H1II1XU fully at tho present writing. Tho im portation of the sterner sex would lend much zest to their circle. Pickled pork, tripe corned beef and spare ribs, mackerel, pigs feet, sour kroutand cranberries Just received at the DeJcati & Mitchell Co.'s store. A pool nnd billiard tournament is on at Olverand Picket's Billiard Hal on Delmns avenue. The participants are: Pool: P. Jane, II. Frentz, .lPol. C. Jackson. H. Krondum, Ray Miller, N. Larson, M. Feore and II. (I. Olver. Milliards: H. I). Valverrle, P. Jane, K. Jane, K. II. t)hli!jer. Joe Pol.,0. II. Olver. Tin) public is cordially invit ed to witness the games. Cox and Jane servo Cumbo Wednesday and Saturday nleht3. 34-tf Mriug aown of his building. He in- Minis re moving tin. material thereof to Nubile. , i i . nanuwme new trap reached here ""urom the initnufaetorv lastFrldav f I'rennit to Mrs. Chas. A. Famsworth Nn her niothar, Mrs. John L. Whita- pn.ui aiaysville, Ky. ""uu'aa. uu-dather homo here Mon- ;)mornini!t4oyi,.k.aL'ed 70 vears. PWUllsllUriHlTi,....,!... 1 i.... , .... , aiiu iiur luiier- " largely ati,.Kic.,i, u ... "Tuiys ierlff .1 n iwi axiK, Klwjriff Muoro beinc vut too ; t i t i . " Wpa va : . . . JUt III Hill Til i ( i.li ..(l 11.. Iitn I . "'-a umu uruii v r7WiterValt.!aeame over Tues- BI1V fvmn lt:i . "'nmoxitoilecorato tho tomb of ""WKiddreii. Wi.ii.. i t. lne.ii.Aiw.. . . J r j. A. Kathman. 'i. no! r LIl ,yruml H- W. Bureh, of the TO TUB PUBLIC. I wish to announce that I have a complete- line of the following goods: Moys suits, gents and boys' bats and sweaters, carpets, matting', floor oil cloth and most everything you can call for. All are invited to come and see for themselves. Prices at the low cut llgure. C Nelson's Ilrauch Store. WANTED Game of all descriptions; also alligator skins, hides, furs, brass, copper and iron. L. E. COX, r-2t Seranton, Miss. of tho schooner Among West Fascagoula residents visiting Seranton tills week were noticed Mr. and Mrs. Henry tiautier, Mr. and Mrs. Kugene Cautier, Messrs. David Saucier, .1. I MeDaniels, Kdgar Hull, Mrs. A. K. Lewis, Mr. aud Mrs. AValter (lautier. . Cards are out announcing tho marriage of Miss Phobe M. tilonn to Mr. John . Kaabe, and also Mrs. Kate V. Glenn to Mr. Waltor H. Havens at the residence of Mr. K L. Olonn at Harkley, Miss., on Tuesday, November 14, 1S9I), at 6 o'clock m. ' Mr. O. P. Mansfield has purchased the lot on Pine street adjoining tho resideuco of Capt. P. Peoro, paying therefor $400. Ho Intends to erect thereon soon a four roofn cottage. All Hnints Pay was very generally bservod here by Vbeoloslngof tho prln Ciiaraberlalu's Fain Ituliu Cures Others, Why Not You? Mv wife lias beeu usintf Chamber- niu's Pain Halm, with good results, or a lame snmimer inai uas piuoeo her continually for nine years. We have tried all kinds of medicines and doctors wil limit receiving any benefit from any of them. One oav wc saw an advertisemetitof tins medicine ann thought of trying it. whlen we nm with the best of satisfaction, nne bii4 used onlv one bottle and her shoul der is almost well. Adolnh L. Mil- lett. Manchester, N. Jl. for saie uy McVea Young. ooiicr L.T. Whitmoro wore among cipal stores, niid the largo number of s lit llw, iv . Ihii.. "KMOCUAT-STAB OlllCe '""mo ni. I i .....j boot i r """i-iii wno reeeivvu rnt(Mt on ti, .. .r. C 1. I'. 1. v . i.iuen rtttt(iwil......n (white) and Lillie fwnli I rao ral Friday and Saturday, which Lh Woa,l,ct 'Hilte bracing for two Uo, n , ,V8' ""a '1,lle'ay night It was mun..,, .""B" aor irost. We need .-oiuauiy., ilh!!ty,in 8,llP-yard ctreleB continues hnli.. ".8nlP-.yrd several tmr boat Niiel Pt" U K1"halV of Mobile, L. Mln8 completion. ' L,r.PalHillK and dee,'.ln,. "'"Olio pin,.... . . m rtedin' . ' " """os it one of the fin- relatives and friends visiting thedlfferent comotorles to pay tribute ' to their loved ones burled therein. Tho services at the church of Our Lady of Victories wero well attended during the day Mr. J. P. Smith, of Vaneleave, was here Monday and called at the I)kmo- cuat-Stab office and made the editor glad by dropping In his till four shiny silver dollars for the "Old Reliable. H represents peace and plenty In hlsBcC' Hon, and everybody at work and money easy, It Is reported that the tops of tho pine trees In the neighborhood of llayou Cassotto aro turning brown, and it is feared that some disease has struck thorn, which is something very unusual as no such condition of the pines has been noticed before. An "cx-iipurt" 'OMf.f . . . mj. worsiilnin w.. -.,...., mi. "le In now i Vlm " the Btoel,1 lB ought to bo sent for, ,-io 1IIB exterior and In- .""or T)mn VOran . . eXeted by Mr. kmanUM- "u rell0Jw T"dh on his hi tonnrvj.. ...ea ' "nton.'aftor the cub- 7 "ver last B:4?"Jarantlue arrlved paired at the same yard. "ili.j..i J reuoriH . ... .... . J Inn, " -" iue nosann-n . t oiinuay a common wivunra uu StaETfi,," PascaKonla street at "Villa Ada" be. JS?' hereby g,ven th ' ? h tween a buggy from Cox's stable, oceu, "1 MIbhu,,,,. ,i V,! :ht meeting pietl by Miss Rebecca Mumme and 1 HJ. """VSSOClilln ...in "n Ji.u wuivi , "J .... iih init. VZ r " r mM al- Bock and Miss Ida Taylor, demolishing 1 order of the l'Veii i T I tne totmot nd cruhinK( tit top of the ueut- ' latter in. Miss Mumn waa silghtly I .i-- . : '"mauh uurt on the ihonhtcr. j nshlp. Another barge for the National Dri lng Co., of Wilmington, Del., jfOO feet long by SO feet beam and 8 feet depth of hold is in course of construction at Prent' slilp-yard. A mud scow for Messrs. C'has. Clark & Co. is being re To the tkachkhs op jackson county. This column, or part of it, has'bocn kindly given by the editor of the Democrat-Stab for educational purposes, and I shall use it as a medium through which I may, once a week, talk, as It were, with tho teachers of Jackson county. I shall try to make it of interest to you and give you the benefit of my ex perience, and of some things that t have read. I shall take tho liberty to make suggestions, not altogether my own, but taken from the best authors, which I endorse and recommend for your care ful consideration. First, let us get a clear definition of education. Education has lieerl defined as the awakening and training of. facul ty, tho co-ordinate dovelopmect.ot all tlio powers, both passive and actjve, of the human soul, tho complete prepara tion for the business of life. All expe rience of life is ' trahTmg, rind uwn are educated, from infancy to tho grave, by all the sights and sounds, tho joys nnd sorrows which they encounter, by the character and behavior of their friends, the nature of their surroundings and by the books they read. Teachers, you como between the home and family influence and the facts and experiences of the outer world. You, in a great measure, control the , forces which act on tho young from five to fif teen or even twenty, therefore be care ful. You hold an Important trust and should appreciate it. ' Hero are some things worth remem lng: Nothing is more monotonous than ignorance. Nothing can influence char acter like character, and you teach not only by what you say and do but by what you are. NOTHING St'CPEKOS I.1KR SUCCESS. While teaching in one of the prnfes. slons which most tries the patience, it is one in which the maintenance of cheerful and happy temper is mostes- tial. Please remember this. We wan nationeo because the best results of teaching come very slowly. We wan habitual self command, hecause If we aro impulsive or variable and do not obey our own rules we capnot expect pupils to obey them. . Don't forget that tho crowning quali fication of a perfect teacher is sympa' thy sympathy with young children, with their wants and their w ays. Teaching Is tho noblest of afl profes sions, but it is the sorriest of all trades, and nobody can hope to sueaocd tn It who does not throw his whole heart into It. Hero Is an extract from The Practi cal Teacher, which should do you good: "Karnektskss., It Is very hard for a teacher who Is not a etiHhmt himself to make students of his pupils. The really earnest teacher Is a'studonf f he 'believes in education and shows it by educating himself. Somo are merely lesson hear ers ; that they can do and never w ake up a single mind. Probably half of the teachers are not euotigh la earnest to keep a book by them when out of school. A teacher in St. Louis did nothing but crochet when out of school; she was 'dropped' because she became so dry that the pupils complained." Please read this several times and profit by it. Now a lesson in poetry for the. little ones; suppose I say for all of us. OllKDIKNCK. "If you're to do a thing, ''y And mean to do it really ; Never let it be by halves! Do it fully, freely! Do not make a poor excuse, Waiting, weak,-unsteady ; All obedience worth tho name Must be prompt and ready." I have written enough this week. Good byo.' Yours, SUPERINTENDENT, OCEAN SPRINGS LOCALS. Mrs. Tom Woodcock is dangerously 111. Dr. E. R. P.ragg was over this week on professional business. Mrs. Morris and family will occupy the Aline, their former home. 1 Mrs. John Johnson und son J ilinny, of liiloxi visited our town on the first. Mr. J. J. Kuhn, of New Orleans came over Wednesday on a few days visit. Casper Vahie has rented the Arte sian House, which will be opened at once. . Mrs. Jerry O'Kcefe and baby son Joseph returned home from New Or leans this week. Mis M. Towns and Mr. J. M. King from FiMintainebleau were in town on All Saints' Day. Mrs. C. W. Zeigler, with her inter esting little family still linger at her lovely beach home. The cemeteries were beautifully decorated with flowers and evergreen on All Saints Day. Master Frank Joachim, of New Orleans Is spending a week's vacation wit h his parents here. The American Telephone and Tele graph Co.'s long distance liues reach ed tills place Wedneiriay. , Col. J. 11. Rose and party are enjoy ng the attractions offered in and about our healthful resort. The beautiful Indian summer weather Is enjoyed by the few North ern people sojourning here. Mr. N. M. Cudabac, the irrepressi ble traveling man from New Orleans, was a caller on Wednesday. Mrs. II. G. Stuart has been serious ly sick, buther friends are glad to know that she Is' Improving. Work on the new public school building and the new Methodist church is progressing rapidly. Mrs. E. It. P.ragg, Miss Lottie Ily att and little Mary P.ragg visited rel atives and friends here this week. Mrs. T. A. E. Ilolcomb, of Chicago is expected back in a couple of weeks to spend the winter at her villa here. Mrs.Frank Franco and little daugh ter Miss Mildred ate spending a tew days with relatives in New Orleans. A Halloween party was given at the residence of Dr. M. C. Yaunhati Tues day night. The young people eDjoy- ed a very merry evening. Col. Newcomb Clark returned last Wednesday week from an extended Northern trip, visiting New York city and Washington. Mr. and Mrs. T. H, Lynd and beau tiful little daughte, Miss Elvina have removed to New Orleans for the win- MOSS POINT DEPARTMENT. Cliuri'bes. MitTHOIMST Her. J. K. Car pen ur. paster I'n-acliliiir every Similar. I'riiyur-iiieelliiii evry Wenilesiliiy ewnini:. I'liBSBYTKIllAN-llev. It .1. ClltnpMtcn. pas luf I'rpacMii? every Hnniliiy. 1'r.iyer-iueet-Un i'v'ry Wcdni'Miliiy nlirhi. riilliulk i liiirch SiiiiiIhv m-liiini pvi ry Ninunjr 9 :i0 n. iii. MiiMivvrrv w"inl Simitiiv nt 111 it. m PERSONAL AND GENERAL. Kewg ItetB of Interest Gathered From Various 8ource. ler. 1. i On That crack shot, Mr. L. D, llerrlck, accompanied by Mr. J. A. Miller, spent a couple of days in Grand Hay neighbor hood on a deer and turkey hunt. He killed a deer and several turkeys. Seranton quarantine authorities have notified the Mobile Hoard of Health that quarantine will be raised against New Orleans to-day (Friday). If Mobile per sists in maintaining quarantine against New Orleans and Seranton we will just havo to grin and bear it. . : Saturday evening Miss Maria Umiur entertained a few friends at a dance given at the popular Shana ban house. Mrs. B. F. Joachim and sweet little daughter, Queenie returned Saturday from a week's visit to relatives in New Orleans. Mrs. F. M. Weed, accompanied by her sister. Mrs. Henry II. Hecinan, so well remembered here by many friends as Miss uertie uynn, mis remincu from Vermont, whore she spent the summer with relatives. Mrs. J. J. Garrard received recently an Interesting letter from her son, Mr. Joseph Garrard at Honolulu, Sandwich Islands, who belongs to the the 2!)th regiment, U. S. volunteer army bound for the Philippines. The raising of tho Mississippi quar antine against New Orleans occasion ed general rejoicing here Tuesday evening. The event was celebrated by a liberal display of llreworks and boisterous demonstrations. A very large crowd met the coast accommo dation train and gave the crew a rousing reception on its arrival. The annual meeting of the Ever green Cemetery Association was held nt the home of the president. Oct. 31st. After disposing of important business, the election of officers for the ensuing vear, with the following result: President, Mrs. If. S. ilvatt; tlrst vice president, Mrs. S. W. Price; second vice president, Mrs. J. J. Gar rard; secretary. Mrs. R. A. SwlUer; treasurer, Rev. O. Switzcr. More rain is needed. Our town Is remarkably healthy. Very quiet this week In court cir cles. Mr.Claude Moody is stopplog at the Randall. Mr. Mack Fisher is in town from Chicora, Miss. Mr, App Reeves, of Cross Roads was in town Tuesday. Mrs. R. G. Borden is visitinuhcr old home In Florida. Mr. John L. Morris visited Mobile tills week on business. Miss Mattio Green Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Will Coutson. Mr. Joseph J. Rltayik is selling out his stock on account of removal. Mr. T. J. Miller registered from the country at Hotel Randall Tuesday. Place your real estate in the hands of John Hill. He will find a purchaser. Master Willie, the bright little son of Mr. H. C. Herring is on the sick list. Miss Margaret Walker, of Oak Grove, Ala. Is visiting Miss Dora Me-Carter. Mrs. A. S. Denny spent a portion of last Saturday at the "Oaks," a guest of Mrs. L. W.O'Conne'.l. Mr. and Mrs. Maclay have rented theBloomfleld residence, which they will occupy during tho winter. T'.ie many friends of Mrs. Dr. An derson will be glad to hear that she is very much Improved in health. There is still a scarcity of logs, ow ing to continued drought and low- stage of water in the upper rivers. Mr. J. W. Stewart and Mr. Gatitt went out fora short while Saturday afternoon and killed ten partridges. The schooner L. T. Whitmore with 2."i0.000 feet of lumber for Colon is loading this week at tlieO'Leary mill Mrs. Jesse Bounds and children an at home again, after a pleasant visit to relatives and friends at Meridian. The dance given at the Academy hy the young men of Moss Point last Friday evening, proved an enjoyable affair. Several of our townsmen have gone up in Greene county this week to take part in the hunt that is on In that county. Mr. Fred Fisher returned on Mon day, from Chicago where lie visited Among those who took In the Ring' ling Bros, circus, which exhibited at Mobile a few days ago wero Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dantzler, Mrs. A. F. Duntz ler, Mrs. A. M. Cowan and daughter, Miss Lottie, Mr. R. J. Loughridgeand Mr. Robert Fitzner. The public school opened on Wed nesday with Miss Mary DanUlcr prin cipal and Miss Hattie Welch as assis tant. Both of these young ladies are well flttert for their work, and a very successful term Is predicted. Mrs. John Maclay left the latter part of last week for Deer Park, Ala. where she will bo present at the wed ding of her sister, Miss Hattie M. Rawls. Miss Rawls was a visitor to Moss Point during the early summer and is personally a charming young lady. We extend to the bride elect our most cordial wishes for her fu ture happiness. Program for the meeting of the Ily pathcan society to-night (Friday) at the residence of Mr. A. Ulutuer: Essay II. F. Fisher. Instr. Music Miss Lienhard. Recitation Miss Green. Vocal Music Miss Bluruer. Readlng-W. T. Pate. Instr. Music Miss Denny. Guitar Selection Wis Merris. Vocal Music Miss Spencer. Author for evening- Anthony Hope, DENTAL IMQTIOE. Dr. F. 11. FEKKILL. ' DENTIST Moss Point, Miss. Office, opposite Stewart's . drugstore. . . Extracting and Hlllne teeth without, pain, i Artllli'hil teeth Inwrteil iintui'dhiti'ly aftw extmetlon. Crowu and Uridge Work u fcpc ciiiltv. 4 WWork (rimritntecd, prices reasonable, pat.ninaw solicited. July as, 24-6m IS I iTin'CM'iit ( lie Home of Xrw York, Queen of America, ."Vorwicti IT ion of r.iislaml ami Teiiloniii of icw Oi. Ieans. These are all first-class Fire Insurance Companies. For rale., call or adrin-ns J. W. STEWART, Mmi Point, Minn. Jnnaary -27, 1S90. 50 lv CTW. GARNER. t Blacksmith, Wheelwriaht. 1 :., MHMHHHMHHHMIM DOES EVERYBODY HAVE ; JHEURMTB No! common as it appears to be, It does not, It cannot attack any but those who haw a peculiar acid poison in " the blood. Rheumatism, Neuralgia and Uout are blood ' ' 1 diseases, the blood being highly impregnated with thia " acid poison which gathers about the large joints of the : body, and on tho appearance of favorable conditions, ' . aucn as change of weather, cold dampness or digestive ' , 1 disorders, breaks out Into a paroxysm of pain, and some times Inflammation. Persons subject to acute or chronlo ,. ' rheumatism, gout or neuralgia can secure for themselvea Immunity from attack under the severest provocation by . r taking tho celebrated LALLEMANIVS SPECIFIC FOB EUEUMATISM. This remedy brings to bear a powerful and highly concentrated anti-rheumatic influence which . T enters the blood and destroys the acid that causes the trouble. It quickly warms the joints and quiets and aoothos tho pain, gives the patient renewed strength and enables hlra to move about with ease and comfort. , Lallemand's SpeelHo not only affords quick relief but Ita most valued feature la that It cures permanently. When h tho medicine comes in contact with the rheumatic acid it renders it inert and harmless, destroys It, In fact, hence the exciting cause Is absolutely eradicated. Lallemand's' Specific must be taken in drops only (20 drops to the dose) t ' yet its penetrating influence is o thorough and searching1 I that It reaches to the romotcst parts of the body carrying -i with it a genial wanning and strengthening effect. ' i, Price 11.00 per vial. PRICKLY Ash BITTERS COMPANY, ) SOLE PROPRIETORS. ST. LOUIS li sOLD BY SCUANTON PHARMACY and J. VV. STEWART, Muss Point. am ill 6. lW. ' - J1y ... ' .- ; i "-s SPARK " LOVKHS OAK." Let us plead with the contractors who will commenco Improving tho river road as soon as the dredging of the river is begun, to preserve from destruction our time-honored tree on the river side, popularly known hy the appellation "Lovers Oak." Many who have uttered their first vows of love beneath its spreading branches, are lying at rest in one or the otber'of our beautiful ceme teries. Others are tho stern (?) parents of the lovers, who to-day steal beneath its dense foliage for love's llrst fond kiss. Sacred Is the ground beneath its tthade ; sacred tho blanches through which many havo watched the twinkling stars, aud felt the blessing of tho tilvor of all good, and praised the great Foun tain head of all love. Lkt it nuMAiif Surround It with a neat fence to protect it in its old age, but do not disturb a Blngle branch. " On Sunday morning near Greenwood fslandMr. Claude Watson discovered the iiody of a negro sailor man floating In the bay close to the shore. Juigo C. E. CJi Wsey, accompanied by Assistant Mar shal Ed. Manufleld went to the scone and took charge of the drowned man. Upen aamlnation they found in the pantaloon pockets of the unfortunate man 923.50 and the body proven to be that of Win. Singly, of Mobile, who hipped as a sailor on the schooner Otis and who was paid off on the arrival of tho vessel las tSaturdny. Hlngly purchased $10 worth of underwear and other cloth ing at, I. X). Clark's store, aud remarked at the timo that he was fixed for the winter. It is supposed thattho fell Into bayou Chicot and drowned, his body floating into the bay. i i relatives whom he had not seen in thirty years. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Alley attended services at the Methodist church here last Sabbath. They were most wel come visitors. The schooner Elsie A.Bayles Is load ing with 2.j0,000 feet of lumber for the West Indies at the L. N. Dantzler Lumber Co.'s mill. Mrs. Jos. l'.cardslee and family left on Saturday for their future home in Hattiesburg. They will be much missed In this community. , "No, I am not going to leave soon as some seem to think. The fact is, 1 have located here permanently. F. Ii. FERR1LL. Dentist. Merchants and business men can have artistic job printing done bysenrllng their orders to the Demociut-Star oflice. Prices to suit tho times. Capt. E. U. du Mont returned Tues day from an inspection of Messrs. Hunter, Benn & Co.'s vast timber lands in the western portion of the coast count ies, The cool weather has brought the tennis players again to the front, and some interesting games have been re cently played In the flue court belong ing to the club. An "All Halloween" party was giv en at the Presbyterian parsonage by Rev. and Mrs. H. J.Cumpsten to their many young friends who enjoyed the evening immensely. Mr. David Baker, one of our largest lumber dealers of Basin was a wel come visitor to our town Saturday last. Mr. TJaker reports everything prospering at Basin Mrs. L. N. Dantzler, Jr., wife and baby boy and Mrs. M. C. Hunt, re turned from Atlanta the latter part of last week. They aro domiciled at tho L. N. Dantzler resideuee. WANTED A man with W.000 or $T),000 to start a large rice farm.. Plen ty of water for irrigation. Land cheap. A first-class opportunity. And General Repairer, MOSS POINT, MISS., Palntinj' a Specialty. All Work Guaranteed. Also aaent for the HOSS STARI.B. Horse and Uuirirles tit nil hours. Iliiullni; of nil kinds. 1-lne Turnouts with gentle horses. rniliTtiiker t'oHlns und Caskets of every description alwiiys on hand. , ALL OKDEItS LEFT AT C. Ferrer's residence, opposite Odd Fel lows' Hull, Seninton. nr 1). A. Walters' stable, Pttscitifmila, will bo Promptly Attended to. April! 1S!I. Mv MARINE. OrrtCE Democrat-Star, ) ScrnntoD, Miss, November i, lbtlH. f Report fur week ending November 2, 1809. ESTEKKI). Oct. 27. Am sch Cora M. Mitchell, 130 tons from Nuevitas, Cuba. Oct.ao. JSrit sch Anita, Melcue, 115 tons from Calbarien, Cuba. Octlto. Am seh Otis, Clinton, 253 tons from Havana, Cuba. Oct 30. Am sch Kleanor, Voss, 311 tons from Havana, Cuba. Oct. 30. Am sch Elsie A. Baylis, Benson, 'irti Ions from Point a Petie, F. V. I. Oct 31. Am sch h. T. W hitmore, Bureh, 2k) tons from H. Plere, Martinique. Nov. 1. Am bark Chas. Ijoriug, Luut, 495 tons from Demarara. Nov. 1. Am seh Anna M. Stammer, New man, 317 tons from Havauu, Cuba. CLEARED. Oct. 27. Am sch Viator, for Sierra Leone Africa, by James and Abbot with 15(1,14 foot of boards, value $3,130; 418, 810 feet of scantling, value $t,274. Oct. 27. Brit sch Attraetor for Kingston, ja. uy ij. z. nanizier Liumoer t.:o. with Sti, 152 feet lumber value at J1.O0O. Oct 30. Am sch Hihlegard forCaibarlen cuna, r.v It IN. Dantzler Lumber Co. with 1211,049 feet of lumber valued at $1,24)8. Nov. 1. Am sch J. W. Griffin for Sagtia la tirande, Cuba by Moss Point Lum ber Co., with 310,71)1 leetof lumber ' valued at $3,734. JOHN HILL. Miss Mattle Greene, an accomplish ed elocutionist has opened a class here. Those under her instructions will doubtless Acceed, because she has a thorough knowledge of her branch of education. The elegant new hearso now com pleted nnd standing is readiness for use at Mr. C. W. Garner's Boss Livery Stable reflects much credit on Mr. Garner's appreciation of the needs of our people. A Jolly time was spent last Thurs day at Bayou Cumbest by the partici pants. Commodore II. F. Erlcksoo, Deputy-Sheriff Robert J. Loughrldge, Lawyer C. S. Merrlwether, Quaran tine physician 13. F. Duke, Capt. Jim Castanera, Walter Denny, Jr. Oscar Karustrupand Gov. Geo. Dulius. They caught Innumerable fishes, big, little and medium sized, ate heartily of them and drank the very best of na tive wine. ' 1 V lied by Urltlnh Soldier In Africa. Capt. C. C. Dennison is weil known nil over Africa as commander of tho forces that captured the famous rebel Gallslie. Undqr date of Nov. 4, 1897, from Vryburg, Ilechuanaland, ho writes: "Before starting on tho last campaign I boughta quantity of Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which 1 used myself when troubled with bowel complaint, and hadirlvento my men, and in every caso it proved most beneficial."-. Foe sale by McVea Youua. Merchants and busliioss mott it Is time to have your fall Job printing dono Send your ordors to the Dkmoorat-Stah office If you want artlstlo work at rear sonble prices. No "slop" work turned out of this office. It will not he a surprise to any who aro nt all famllar with, the good qual ifies ot vjnamoeriainij umgli Kewedy, i t.n Imnw t.tinr. nmmla fttmftvMl.i.V. ........ v..v v.vijniii;, uanu pleasure iu reiaiing ineir experience in iue use oi mat splendid mcdieino and in telling of tho benefit they have received rrom it, of bad colds It had cured, of threatened attacks of pneu monia It lias averted and of the chil dren It has saved from attacks of croup and whooping cough, it Is a ffrand. good medicine. For sale by McVea Youug. Mr. J. E. Roberts, ot Vaneleave gave the DKMopitAT-STAR an appreciative call Thursday. He left $1 for the "Old Un liable." May others follow Ms itoblo example.