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SATURDAY, AUGUST 17. 1901. tjo—The Chrcniclk’s Phoae no. 150 Louisville nn NHsbvIIle Schedule. GOING EAST. In effect Monday Nov 3. 1**' ifo J.— Leaves New Orleans at S.15 pm Arrives at Scranton at II . 3 P n> Arrive ill Mobile at !5 38 a. m. No. 4- Leaves New Orleans at 8:25 a. tn. arrive* at Scranton at 1413 p. ta Arrives at Mobile at l:pBp m. No. a—Waves New Orleans at " 00 a in Arrives at Scranton at 10..3 a. m Arrives at Mobile at II 50 a. m. No 83—Leaves New Orleans at "‘20 p- in. Arrives at Scranton at 10:32 p in Arrives at Mobile at 11:45 a. m GOING WEST. No 1 - Leaves Mobile 4:18 p m. Arrives at Scranton 5:2up ni. New OrleansH: 15 p m No. 3-Leaves Mobile 3.05 a in Arrives at Scranton 4:00 a. m. New Orleans 7:15 a m. No I—Leaves Mobile*t 1:17 P m. Arrives at Scranton *:C9p. in. New Orleans « U0 p. m. No 87- Leaves Mobile at 7 42 a. 111. Arrives at Scraflton at H:S3 a. ni. Arrives at New Orleans at 1115a. m. Johm H. San ra Cur*. Aeent. FURNITURR. WM. A. MURPHY. —■ r -- --—-t—: . I.’.A-T-T- • -CLOTHING. Cleaning ami Pressing ueatly ami promptly done. We do our ow n work aud guarantee it. HERRICK & JACOBS. Phone 55. LATE CITY NEWS. ; Improved beach property fo exchange for Scranton property. Lot 150x200 ft. On car line. Apply to Mrs. K. rC. Allen. Mr. and Mrs. V. Ros spent Sunday in Biloxi visiting relatives and friends. Mr. Earl Valverde pitched for the Pass Christian team this week. Miss Helen Ham! left Sunday ou a visit to friends in Ocean Springs. Mr. Oscai Soderstrom was a Sunday visitor to Ocean Springs. Mr. F. M. Johnson of Es'-atawpa vis ited Mobile on .Sunday. Mr. M. C. Allman visited Mobile on business Tuesday. Mrs. L. P. Dejean and Miss Allie Black left Thursday for Bay Miuelte, Ala., 011 a week's visit. We regret to chronicle the critical illness of Mrs. Gaston Poitcviu, at her home ou the Point. Victor Bosarge and little sun, visited relatives in Pass Christian Sunday. For Sale.—One Fine Jersey Cow. Ap ply to W. P. Ramsay. J.W. Walters of East Side went to Mobile yesterday on business. Mrs. Lee Smith of Meridian is the guest of her sister, Mis. F. M» Johnson is Kscatawpa. Messrs. S. R. Thompson, Eddie Nel son, Hubert Perry and Ora Davis spent Sunday evening in Biloxi. Col. J. F. Herndon of Escatawpa spent tbe early part of the week here visiting mends. Mr. T. G. ilibbler left Monday for Stafford Springs, from where he will go ou a visit to his parents and relatives at West Point before returning. Mr. J. W. Stewart, Moss Point’s pro gressive citizen, s|>eiit Monday and Tuesday in Gulfport transacting bus iness. Mr. aud Mr*. W. M. Canty and daughter, Miss Mamie, spent Monday iu New Orleans. Mr. J. D. Minor of Ocean Springs was circulating among liis friends here 011 Monday. There will be services at the Baptist church, Sunday at n a. m. and 8 p. tu. Preaching by Rev. L. E. Hall. The Lutheran school building has been renovated and repainted. Pastor C. O. Smith informs us that he will open the school by the middle of Sep tember. For Sale—i Cistern, 3,500 gallons, I Bath Tub, 1 Refrigerator, all in good order. Apply at Pascagoula Tin and Plumbing Works in Morlet building,Pascagoula aud Krebs avenues. Mrs. Huutizkel aud Miss Estelle Hin gle, who were guests of Mr. aud Mrs. B. F. Browne, left Sunday for their homes iu New Orleans. Mr. P. H. Lsurendine returned Sun day from a trip to Vaucleave and Vest ry where he lectured to the Chapter Masons. Mr. Laurendine is lavish in his praise of the hospitality accorded him by the people of that section. Mrs. Idelia Scott, wife of Mr. Lee Scott, died at Escatawpa Monday night after a short illness at the age of 19 years. .She was a daughter of Mr. E. A. 1 Sulhoff. ATTENTION LADIES. I will close out my entire stock of Low Quarter Shoes at cost. Don’t miss | this opportunity. W. M. Canty, As an advertising scheme, that most excellent institution, HARRIS’ BUS I INESS COLLEGE, Jackson, Miss., is I offering a few scholarships at a BIG k bargain. Write them. I — Was in Poor Health For Years R Ira W. Kelley, of Mansfield, Pa., writes 1 I was in poor health for two yeais, snf ft, lering from kidney and bladder trouble : and spent considerable money consulting physician, Without .’btain,,,* any marked ^benefit, but was cured by l-ol. y's Kidnev Cure and ides,re to and 1, >e tbe eal,fi'' ”f It storing the «l Un °i <!tI'ers B-fp.-e substitutes* For sale by Palace Pharn&cy, Scranton, J W. Stewart, Moss Point. Dr W. A. Cox is perhaps the only Person in this section who has a ginger j plant growing. He informs us that be i Kot the root from a captain from Ja*+ ««ai a a few months ago and planted it 'n a box. It is of such siz# now that he 1 Will transplant it i„ his yard. MlS[(' LESSONS w„.l ,4 um, TO p ' ^ SCRANTON. PASCAGOULA AUD MOSS POINT. For term- aud particulars ." j MfSS CAMIM.K SA*tRAg,x>‘ *M. ’ St’ f Scranton, Mi-c* j, The Tinware We Sell. The tinware we sell is of the most superior quality and finish. It i made of the best IX charcoal tin, full sized and finished in the most perfec manner. We carry a large stock of it. and buy it for spot cash direc from oBe-Tif the largest manufacturers in the United States, thus savin* money for our customers by eliminating the middle-man, and as we sell i only for spot cash, we can afford to and do sell it for lower prices than ou credit-crippled competitors can possibly afford to sell it at, and the abovi statement applies w ith equal force to our graniteware stock and ever} other line we handle. Don't forget that we are selling out the remnant o our summer stock at greatly reduced prices. JIN AD!/ THE MONEY-SAVING . U. LLAKI\, CASH DEALER Phone 130. SCRANTON, MISS. Mr. P. Keore was a Mobile visitor on Wednesday. A daughter arrived Tuesday at tlie home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Evans. Mr. Johu 1'. Krebs returned Wednes day from a visit to the World’s Fair. Mr. S. S. Bush of Louisville is here for a brief stay. Mrs. II K. Denny <>f Gulfport spent Tuesday with relatives in Moss Point. Attorney R. D. Wigginton of Ocean Springs was here yesterday ou profes sional business. Mrs. Eugene Northup visited New Orleans on Wednesday. Mr. C. F. Greiner spent Wednesday in Biloxi ou business. Mrs. C. C. Cowles of New Orleans ar rived Tuesday on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Delnias. Mr. W, K. Ramsay of Vancleave was a business visitor here Tuesday. Attorneys K. A. Clark of Ocean Springs and L. H. Doty of Biloxi were here Thursday on business. Messrs. C. N. Meriwether and W. W. Woodman visited New Orleans on bus iness this week. W. ft. Corsets are the leaders. W. M. Canty has just received a full assort ment of style and sizes. Mrs. C. II. Delnias and Misses Belle Foster and Olivia Ford visited relatives in Biloxi Sunday. Messrs. C. K. Farr and Dave Warren of Peurlington were here ou a visit to friends Thursday. Mrs. II. A. Dorr, and her little daughters, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Canty. Father W. Teu Brink spent Monday in Bay St. Louis. Surveyor E. N. Kamsay of Ocean Springs was here this week ou official business. The Frank Roshko plare at Bavou Chico was sold August loth to Mr. C. V. Pitcher. The place has a fairly good house aud six acres of laud. lfou. M. A. Dees left Saturday for the World’s Pair, where he will remain un til the middle of next month. He was accompanied by Masters Waller Lewis, Buuyaii Duke, aud Elver Cudabac. Miss Carrie Jenny aud Misses Annie and Naonnie Calhoun and Mr. Ed Mur phy of New Orleans are guests of Mr. aud Mrs. J. L. Coggins aud family. Work began Wednesday on the. new of Contractor AUeu Snellen and a large force is ou hand. It will require about three mouths to put iu the new bridge. Mr. Henry Jacobs was called to New Orleans yesterday ou account of the death uf his brother, Mortis, who lived here, lor several years and was well known iu this community. He was 43 years old aud was interred in New Or leans. Dr. ami Mrs. W. Saucier ami little sou returned Thursday evening from Hot Springs, Ark., where they spent six weeks for their health. The doc tor will resume the practice of his pro fession at It is residence on Pascagoula street. All dental work first class and promptly done. John A. Bumpers, colored, died in the city Saturday list at. the age of 26 years. The funeral which took place Sunday, was conducted under'the auspices of St. Joseph Lodge No. ife K. of P. of N. A., S. A., E. A. ffc A. A few days ago we had the pleasure of seeing the new office building of Messrs. W. Denny & Co. of Moss Poiut. It is 25x56 feet aiuf two stories high, and is by far the haudsoniest structure of the kind that we have seen on this coast. The interior is finished with rip sawed yellow piife flooring, and in beauty rivals auy hard wood finishing that may be found. By using this, fin ish the Messrs. Denny have not only beautified their own office, hut have constantly before their visitors an in dubitable evidence 0f 4.be beauty and utility of Mississippi's long leafVyellow pine for interior decoration. At last we have our Branch Jewelry Store at Moss Point filled up with a fine Stock of Goods and a nice set of tools to do the work of repairing Watches, Clocks and jewelry of all kinds with our Mr. Perry of Fine, New York, an experienced watchmaker and Jeweler in charge. Respectfully, Kirkwood & Co., the Jewelers. Anderson Park Theatre. Mr Coates. Manager of the Anderson Park Theatre, is to he congratulated tor having secured Otto H. Krause’s Big Co. for all of ne-xt week, as it is one of the liest%n the road and is a first-class attraction in every paxlicutw. They put on good strong plays and eirry a nmntier of specialty people. The open ing bill will be “A Home Affair,” Hie great New York success. Prices 10c J5C-35 c. “ HKD OF 11 ITT I." R Knurr. "Two physicians had a Ion* and stub born fight with an abscess on my right lung'1 writes J. V. Hughes of DuPont, Ga. and gave me up Everybody thought 111 v time had come. As a last resort I tried pr. King's New Discovery for Cotisump - ition. The benefit I received was striking and I was on luy feet iu a few days. Now I've entirely regained my health ' It coo auers all Coughs. Colds and Throat ami I.itng Troubles Guaranteed by Palace Btarmacy. Price 50c and fi.oO. Trial PbUleiLfie*. Jackson County’s Vote. The election passed off quietly yes terdav, onlv'a moderate vote being casl j in Jacksou county. The returns so fai received shows that Bowers carries thi j county by aat least 500 majority. The • following is the result in the vote j counted: Bowers * Deavours ! Scranton. 157 29 | Moss Point. 93 68 I Pascagoula. 35 6 Hast Side . 34 o Escatawpa. 49 16 Oceau Springs ... . 83 j6 Basin. 45 3 Vancleave. 59 11 Orange Grove. 7 4 PREAMBLES AND RESOLUTION Adopted by the Pascagoula Commer cial Club, Soliciting Governor Var danian’s Aid in Having Petit Bois. Korn and Pound islands Trans ferred to Mississippi by the General Government. At a meeting of the Pascagoula Com mercial Club held at Anderson Park, on the beach at Pascagoula, August 13, 1904, aided by a mammoth mass meet ing of the people of Jackson and ad jacent counties, and by the lion. James K. Vardanian, Governor of the State of Mississippi, and by a large number of state officers and other prominent men, the following preambles and resolution were adopted: Whereas, The people of our great stale entertain the kindest feelings for the state of Louisiana and tile city of New Orleans, and the people of Alabama and the city of Mobile, all of which we have aided to build up to their present splen did proportions and importance, and we will continue to wish them Godspeed, vet we feel that each great state border ing on the great Gulf of Mexico, is in duty hound to build up a sea port and commercial city of its ow n, aiirl Whereas. The completion of the great Panama canal is now assured, and all great railroads and other means of trans portation are seeking the most direct route to said canal, and Whereas, It is believed that if the State of Mississippi owned Petis Bois, Horn and Round Islands, just off the mouth of the Pascagoula river, our stale could make good use of them in eon nection with the improvement of Pasca goula river and the terminals of great railroads, to the end that Mississippi would soon build up a great commercial city on our own coast, and Whereas, the importance of an effort in this direction demands immediate action, and Whereas, The legislature of the State of Mississippi will not meet again until Jaunary, i906, Therefore he it Resolved, That Governor Vardanian and such other citizens of our state as he may select are hereby requested to make formal request and take any and all necessary steps to get the Congress of the United States to give to the State of Mississippi the said Petit Bois, Horn and Round Islands to the end that our state may use them in any manner deemed expedient in aiding the build ing af a great sea port on our coast. lf. II. LEWIS, President Pascagoula Commercial Club. M. A. DEES, Secretary Pascagoula Commercial Club. Non-Resident Notice. The State of Mississippi. To Henry Williams, defendant: ” You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the County of Jackson In said State on the 3rd Monday of September. 1904 to defend the suit tn said Court of Frau ds Williams, wgereln you are defendant, This the 23rd day of August 1901. _ *F\H. Lewis, Clerk Non Resident Notice. The State of Mississippi. To Mary J. Tucker; You are commanded to apr«ear before Ole Chancery Court of Jackson Countv In said Slate on the 3rd Monday the l*th day of September. 1*04 to defend the suit In said court of Jacob C. Tucker, wherein you are defendant. This the 26th day of August 1904. F. H. Lewis, Clerk. By Fkbd Tayi.om. I). C. Non Resident Notice. The State of Mississippi. To Albert G. Mache You are commanded to appear before the Chancery court of Jackson county. Missis sippi. on the Third Monday the l»lh day of September 1*04 to defend the suit of Lillian ftache in said court wherein you are defendant Given under mv hand this 10th day of Aug ust. 1904 F. H Lewis. Clerk. KIRKWOOD, THE JEWELER, Up to his eyes in work. Every thing handled in the Jewelry line. & AU kinds of Jew elry work. f~" ■ ■ ... Mrs. Kirkwood, -j Photographer. Kirkwood & Co. SCRANTON, MISS. IDIQF.STION. With its companions, heart burn, flat uleuce, torpidity of the liver, constipation, palpitation of tile heart, poor blood, head ache and other nervous symptoms, sallow skin, foul tongue, offensive breath and a legion utitlhet ailments, is at once the most widespread and destructive malady amobg the American people The Her bine treatment will cure ..II these troubles. 50c bottle. For sale by Palace Pharmacy, Scranton, J. W. Stewart, Moss Point. 1 jjyjp v.'r I IS BIO SACRIRCESALE # - I The DeJean k Mitchell Co. irnishing Goods. he 50c kind to go at 35c iershirts, the $1.00 kind, to go at ainsook Drawers to go at 50c Pr. E Bosom Shirts, open front and fl irts to go at 75c each, nd 75c kind, to go at 50c.. lorted styles and colors, the 35c jj , to go at 15c pair. ' , fd Under Suit, ^he SI .50 kind, ■ [ose, the 10c kind, to go at8 l-3c B s with collar attached, the 60c S he 90c kind, to go at 75c. f e 60c kind, to go at 50c. B irts, Plaited Bosom, in Mercer- n Mitchell Co. | (•anautzaatBKxw *««;«««»! mmmmmi PASCAGOULA. , THE Cottap-by-the-Sea. B The most popular hotel on 8 the Mississippi Coast, Jteau 9 tifully located, directly on N the Gulf, .Seabathing, ltoat S ing, Fishing Excellent Drives, Out Dc 'r .Sports. The besi Cusi e. Wine free at dinner, Kat*s~$2 ftr Day, #10 a V«*K #40 a Special rates to families, I HIB RncTKU. l’roDrlrt or THE PLUMBER, NOT THE DOCTOR may be thanked for the health of some communities. Prevention is better than cure. Less expensive too. Let us estimate on your PLUMIUN'Q WORK. We have full confidence In our ability to submit the lowest figures and to do the work in a thoroughly satisfactory manner. WORK AT THE LOWEST PRICES SCRANTON Plumbing and Tin Shop. PROFESSIONAL CAROS. J. I. Ford. W. A. Whit«. Scranton. Mis*. tliloxl. Miss. FORD, & WHITE, Attorneys and Counsellor* at Raw. Will practice in the State and Federal courts in civil cases only. Offices: Scranton State Bank Building* Scranton; Bank of Biloxi Building. Biloxi. II. Bloompibi.d. It. C. Cowan. BLOOMFIELD, & COWAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. . Office: Dki.mas Avk., Near Courthouse. SCRANTON, - - - MISS. . Practire in all the courts, State and Federal. Attention given to legal busi ness of all kinds. J. O. S. SANDERS, LAWYER,* Office: Above Palace Pharmacy, Sc a anton , Mississjti'1. BULLARD & BULLARD, Attorneys & Couself56rs\f Law. ®sgT Office* in the new Frederic building „ Scranton, Miss. Will practice in the State and Federal courts. CHARLES E. CHIDSEY, Attorney and Notary' Public * Scranton, Miss., Will practice in the State and Fed eral Courts ol Mississippi. ...— H. B. EVEUITT, Attorney & Counsellor at LAw Offices in the new Frederic Iinilding Sslranton, Mississippi. Will practice in the Stale and Federa courts. . ^ ~ J- 7. EVANS. Physician <& Surgeon Offers his professional services to the citizens of Scranton and the surrounding counliy Office over Scranton Pharmacy Hours: 8 to 12 2 to 5. Office Phone 250, : Residence 2t*>. Scranton, Miss. Tub Death Penalty. A little thing sometimes re.trH* in death. Thun a mere scratch, insignificant cuts or puny boils have paid the death , penalty It is wise to have Itucklen’s Ar nica Salve ever handy. It’s the besl Salve on earth and will prevent fatality when Barns, Wore*.. Ulcers and Pile* threaten. On*|*3g at Palace Pharmacy POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR MAYOR. We are authorized to uunoiinre C. S. MKRIWKT1IUK as a candidate for Mayor of the City of 1’uscagoul.i. » FOR MARSHAL. We are authorized to announce W.W. WOODMAN as a candidate for Marshal of the City of l’ascagotlla. utSk-m —■aegrg;- - mm Ti ts an Fni> to it Am. .A grievous wail nftime* come* an a re sult of unbearable pain from overtaxed oigunn. Dizziness, backache, I,iver Conj~ plaiut and Constipation lint thanks to Di Kings New I.ife Pill* they put an end to it all. I hey are gentle but thorough. Ityth in Only 25c. ('•uarantyed by Pal • ac> l hurmacy^ (J. !i. tlurhans test! fie* after four year* (» R hntnhnim, of Carlisle Center.N. V writes .“About foil 1 year* ago I wrote you stating that I hud been entirely cured of a severe kidney trouble by taking less than two bottle* 01 Foley's Kidney Cure It ciitiiclv stopped the brick dust senti ment. and pains and symptom* of kidney disease disappeared l am glad to any that I have tieycr bad a return of any of those symptoms during the fom yen 1>. that have elapsed and I am evidently cured to stay cured, and heartily reeom mend Foley’s Kidney cure to any one suf fering from kidney or bladder trouble.” For sale by Palace Pharmacy, Scranton, J. W. Stevvart, Mush Point. Persons Visiting the World’s Rair will see tlie following buildings painted with the Vane-Calvert Paint Co’s. Palace Car Paint. exposition huildino: Liberal Arts Building, Forestry and Fishery Building, Transportation Build ing, Administration Building, Maun facturers’ Building,Machinery Building. Machinery Building, Varied Industries Building. STATE BUDDINGS. Ohio Building, Iowa Building, Michi gan Building, Indiana Building, Arkan sas Building, Missouri Building, South DakotsF Building, Ten ness. Building, Louisiana Building, Nebraska Building. Sold only by Sarrazin Grocery Co. D. R. WAI.KER, manager. - —- < -- ■ - - ■ ‘ .. OUR AIM fs to give every customef who btiv« d-og store goods of any hind the best and the most that his (honey wdl hay. hVe aim to keep a *1 \ complete tn every detail. You can get what you want front us. We aim to make buying at our store so pleasant that our cus tomers never think o( haying elsewhere. McVea Young y*nr N'ljkbor ttaJfi .vitv ti’uH l it uilitjitti. ' *• a Ate w Scranton ffotel-Bar, Opposite L. 6t N. Depot. CIIA8. JACOnsftlN, PriiprlMor. - ~ - - ' *T-I Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Country Trade Solicited, Mv Person*! Supervision will be Given to the llsislucs*. .. _1 ” ~ !' ■ Viva -vW,r 5 * IM M M , C3ET YOUR I SPRING OR SUMMER SUIT | ? ...FROM.V. | ! Herrick & Jacobs 1 and know that you have a perfect fit. p 1 CHEAPEST AND liEST PLACE IN TOWN.pj -—-*- ■ - ■!-'■! HriMHNK J. Jam President. 1'. I), IHfCHT, Vice PresitJ Cl?as R Ham.. C mhier. J. J Mclnfnfh, Cashier Point Branch* E. S. Davis, Cashier Ocean Springs Branch. Merchants Marine Ban! . Capital Paid in $25,000. Surplus and Undivided Profits $ Scranton,, Mississippi. DIRECTORS: I hmun'Ii J. Jank, Chios. Nhi Son, 1’. IVotu!, It D. Valvi r \\ m.ti r Gai'tii r, McVka Yorrtu, J. J .McIntosh, J?J. I*pork, lf. I). Hicc notes A l.tetilTIMATE BANKINU BUSINESS IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. All business will have prompt and careful attention Beat facilities for ban dliOJJ, , special attention given to shipping business. We solicit your patronage. * ft TO PTII AT COll (III. When a cough, a tickling or an irritation I in the throat makes you fed um-uinlort able, take Ballard's Hurehontid Syrup Don't wait until the flint ust lias gone be yontl control. Mr. and Mr*. J. A, Ander son, VS4 West 5U1 Street, Salt bake City, Utah, writes: “We think MaJ lard’s I tore hound Syrup the best medicine tot roughs and colds. We have irked it for several years. It qjways give immediate relief, is ery pleasant artd gives perfect sati bict • ion.*’ 25c, 50c, ft 00. .Sold by Palace Pharmacy. TiikChkonioj. k—J ac ks< »n County’s best paper. $1 for the year. -----1-r Cholera Infantum Tliisi <1 i.*< am* linn l.mt Ita terror* *i Chamberlain’* Colic, Cholera ami 111 rhoea Kefti* dy «atfie into geneial 'll The uniform huucs* which attend# uae of thiii remedy in nil case* of bev com pin mts in chiklretl ha* made it a fa* rite w here vet iu value has become ktiov For ‘»alt by Palace Pharmacy. ■ *m y Cl.HT.S (orATICA. Krv. \V I. ttfUrv. I. L. I» Cubs. N Vorlt. wtitr» ' “Aflef fifteen days of < eructating pain from sciatic rheumnli| under various treatment*, I was indui to tiy Bullard s Smrw l.immerif; the (1 .ippln jfjon (tying my firs! relief s”i t Merotid entire relief I can give it Snnui died reeommetidaloui. aye, 50c, fid h'or sale by Palace Pharmacy. —----* ifiar & W H VEGETABLE SICILIAN HALLS Hair Renewer Is it true you want to look old? Theq keep your gray hair. If not, then use Hail’s Hair Renewer, and have all the dark, rich color of early life restored to your hair. A .*■; -- ’ ' " ’1 ...... " "'■■■■■— Jor jfurntturc anb Ibousebolb '<$00^* TiMmbow Sbabes, IR110S, flft?t1n*?0’ Carpets, blankets, c^rtfolt0. Stoves, Xamps ^fc< 00 t<* . Mm, B MinpbV* next NX* » iruvmcn e fcall, Sc^nton, fifties. , - 4’ .