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M^rofkHSionallUrertory. BENJ, KING, Je., Atl'y-at-Law & Solicitor in Chancery, Beauregard,..Mississippi. ..jambshodgeX Justice of the Peace, 4th District, bolds court on the 4th Saturday In each month •t Pine Blutt —. - ■ 1 --- A. J HODGES, Cou 'tv Treasurer, will hr la Rtuleburat every Tuesday and Wednesday, March 18,1870-tf ~ S.D. RAJJSEYj A ttorney-at-Law, United States Commissioner, Commissioner In Chancery and Justico of tbe Peace. Holds regular terms of Justice Courts’ on the 1st Tuesday of each month. Office on Northeast corner Crooker • Ireet 4 Brower Avenue, Hazlehurst, Miss. SO ' M >. UAI.KT,. .... .W. a. S TON Si, HALEY & STONE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Muzlehvrst, Miss. Practice their prolession in Copiah and adjoining counties. Feb 1, ’73 TIM. E. COOPER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. HasLehirst.. Mississippi. ~S. J. MOREHEAD, Jb, Attorney At Law, Hazlehnrst. Mississippi ' B BARKIS. R X MiU.BR HARRIS & MILLER, Attorneys at Law, Haztehurst,..Mississippi Practice their profession in Copiah and adjoining counties,United States courts.and Supreme court at Jackson,Mississippi. 7-6] H. 13. MAYES, Attorneyund Counsellor:!! Law, and Solid to! in chancery,Hazlehurst,Miss, Attention giy en to business in the Courts of Copiah and ad joining counties, and in the courts at Jackson. S. J. MOREHEAD, Attorney at Law, Hazlchurst, Miss. Will Bractice in the courts of the second Judicial ■strict and Jackson. A. O. BROWN & J. A. BROWN, Tkf.ky. Miss. Jackson, Miss. Attorneys at Law, Address A. G. A J. A. Brown, at either Jackson or Terry, Miss. Dec 3, 187®, nl8 ly—pd H. C. CONN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Hazlehnrst,.x-14.Miss. w77maTheny, j7p7~ • filt District, Will hold court on 2d and 4th \Mondays In each month, at Crystal Springs. U. C. FAIRMAN, Attorney At Laze am Solicitor in Chancery, Hazlehztrst., 3/iss. Will practice in the county of Copiah and adjoining counties, and in the courts at Jackson. ^9- « pocml attention given to the col lection of cairns. ix-27 M. D. YANcE, Mavor and e.v-Officio J. P.. Oxford, Misr. Will do a General Cf llecting and Agency Business. Refer to the attorneys and busi ness raea of Oxford. B, F. JONES7 Mayor of the town of Beauregard and Ex Officio Justice ot the Peace,will hold court, on the 2d and 4th Saturday of each month J. R. GEOOME, Mayor and Justice of the Peace. Up zip burst, Miss, will hold comt on the 4th Wed nesday in each month, at ids office on Croo ker street, tiontiug the •out house; will keep on hand blanks of all kinds, also rev enue stamps. Too 13, 73 DR. F. M. SEXTOV, Having located near Bethel Cbureh.eigbt miles east of Hazlehurat, tenders his pro fessional services to the citizens of the sur rounding community. His office will be found at J. S. Sexton’s. xi-33-6ra dr. Z b. pitts" Gallman.Mississippi Respectfully tenders his professional ser vices to the citizens of Gallman and the surrounding country. Aug. 7. ’75. DR. D, M, GRIFFIN G, Respectfully tenders his professional ser vices to the citizens of Hazlehurat and vi cinity ; he may be found in the office of W M. Haley, fronting the Court House, from 8 o'clock a. m. to 6 p. m. Jan. 13, !74. H. BURNLEY, M. D„ Having permanently located in Hazle hurst, offers bis professional services to the public. Office at the Drug store of E. C. Williamson —dr7j7ZT¥ull; Having located at Hazlchurst, tenders his pro fessional services to the citizens of the place and surrounding country. DR. C. e7oATIs7 Hazlehurst,.Mississippi. Tenders his professional services to the public. Office at the drug store of Messrs Oatis & Warrell. xi-22 A. F. BUCKLEY, M, D., HAzlebnrflt.Mississippi. Residence and office on Brower avenue. JESSE R. JONES, M 1)., Practicing Physician and Susgeon, Crystal Springs, Mississippi. Being prepared with ev ery facility for a general practice, including* superior assortment of Medicines and Appli ances, wi,i visit any part of jhe country at all hours of the day or night in the practice of Medicine, or to perform surgical operations. Special preparation has been made for the treatment, both medieal and surgical, of dis eases of the rectum, womb, bladder, etc , etc., and wil! give his usual attention to the trtat meut of all chronic diseases, su,:b as chronic houdaches, neuralgia, uertigo, hysteria, epilep sy, nervous trouqlei, cattarrh, long standing cough, asthma, affections of the heart, skin dis eases, dyspepsia,constipation, ltver complaints, chronic dysentery, disturbances of the kidneys menstrual irregularities, obstinate chills and fevers, and scrofula. Charges mode-me. Terms oMjr, xi-2S ~~drTben. h. catohin g, QSrSf DENTIST. ~r~> Hazleliurst,..Mississippi. , OFFICE Cook Building, up stair*. Dental work execuled neatly and promptly on veryreasonable terms ELazlemirst.N'ov. 1st, 1873. JO. W. THOMPSON. DENTIST, Crystal Springs,.Mississippi. Being permanently located, ofiers bis professional service* to tbe citizen* of Co piah and adjoining connties, Office naxt dftar to Siebe’e Drng Store, feb. 3 ’72 DB. T. W GODBOLD, RESIDENT DENTIST, Hasleburat,,. i.. * *. Miss, Tartars hie aarrloeatotln tttUea* o* CofctSi aufl xdjblnintf cokatfa*. Stt I Business Curds. C. D. RHYMES. A. P. RHYMES. Rhymes Brothers, [Successors to I, J. Rhymes 1 Crystal Spring*, ... Mississippi. Dealers in General Merchant! se. Keep con a'aotiy on l«na dry peed-, groceries, tu rd ware, cioth'ng, boots, shots, h. ts, Ac Eamilr mid p!.;Uta'i' n suppilts, «■ d e'er'thing in the I lire of a general n.e'ctutile bitsine**. Would respectfu.ir arrounre to the puciio 'hat the’ ore e«>i.sg at bottom prices lor Cash. Th»y defy competition. Csi! and see them. "o imrge for showing goods xi-28 NELSON HOUSE, Jackson,.Miss. jThbi house U loeated at the Railroad De pot, hi well furnished and gives the best ot taro and unexceptionable attention. A share of the public patronage is solicited. JOHN NELSON, Proprietor. PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE. Mas. M. O. Coleman having re* sumed charge of this Housi1,solicits a continuance of public patronage, and will endeavor to give satisfac tion. Meals furnished at ail hours of the day. Feb ’74. R. A. HARRISON, ti. Q. FLOWICRS, W. P. BARN'KB. JjTARRISON. FLOWERS & CO. (General Merchants.) crystal springs.MISS. Keep constantly on hand to Great Vari ety and S ylea DRY GOODS, HATS, NOTIONS, CAPS, BOOTS, HOSIERY. SHOES, WHITE GOODS, LACES. Also a heavy stock of Plantation Supplies and Farming Utensils. Colton bought and shipped. Supplies furnished on CREDIT on good recommen dation and security. Goods sold nt Grange rates for CASH. March 20. 1873. IS. MIMS & CO, General Merchants, Cotton Buyers, AND DEALER8 IN Dry Goods, Groceries, Planta tion supplies, Etc, Aro prepared to furnish their friendsand customers with all that is needed. Crystal Springs, 10-1 Mississippi Gr Jrl APPEL, DEALER IX Gcner’l Merchandise, Crystal Springs, Keeps constantly on bund a gen eral assortment of DRY (iOOl)S, PRINTS. JEANS, LAWNS, CAMBRICS, SATINETS OrG ANDIES, CASSIMERES, I SHIRTINGS. TRIMMINGS' TICKINGS, DELAINES, DENIMS. SILKS, BOOTS, SHOES. CROCKERY, CONFECTIONERIES AND FANCY GOODS Plantation Supplies, Furnitnre, £c., &c. In short, everything needed by the Farmer, or Housekeeper, and on terms to suit the times. Highest price paid for Cotton in Goods or Cash. G. H. APPEL Sept 14 1812 ^ B£RKSON& BROTHER, / CRYSTAL SPRINGS, HISS.. BKAI.KRH IN Staple and Fancy I>ry Goods CUthing, Boots, Shoes, Hats. Caps. Bonnets, Hardware, Sadd.’ery, Grocerif s Crockery. Guns. Pistols. Watches, ETC., ETC., ETC. Thanking their friends ror past favors they solicit a continuance of the same. _ oct‘28 j^UMBER YARD, Crystal Springs. Barnes <fc Wilkinson have al ways on hand tor sal° well seasoned Lumber of nil dimensions, dressed and rough. Orders for any quantity can be filled promptly. Also best quality Heart Cypress Shingles at BARNES & WILKINSON. Dec 20, 1873. J A. TILLMAN, Georgetown A venue, Crystal Springs, Miss, Manufacturer and Repairer of Wag ons, Buggies and Plows. Burial Caskets of all sizes, and cheaper than evet known,with a good hearse to attend to the wants of all. Work done at Grange prices, mar 14, ’74 J N. CATCHING, DEALER IS Staple and Fancy Groceries.Crystal Springs Miss., has just received a large variety of Staple and F<.ncy Groceries. Confectiona ries, Bacon. Lard. Molasses. Sugar. Flour, Tobacco. Segars. Green and Dried Fruits, Nuts, etc. iVill give the highest, market prices in cash or merchandise tor green and dried hide*.eggs, and all country produce T. H. ELGIN, Solicits Orders For MONCMENTS, TOMBs, TABLETS, ETC. OF FOREIGN AND AMERICAN MARBLE. Ail Orders promptly filled and satisfaction guaranteed. Post Office address : Crystal Springs, Miss. Dec. 25, ’75. O. OSBCRK.R D Obbpbb DEALERS IN General Merchandise, Crystal Springs,.Mississippi. Dry Goods, Groceries, Plant ation Supplies. April 24,1875. ^ J. BETTIS WORTH, Saddle and Harness Maker. Crystal Springs.....Miss. Keep* on band at all time* a varied ns Bortment of Saddle*. Bridles, Harness and all kinds of goods in bis line, and will do any repairing connected with bis business, cheap for cash or country produce Shop next door to Coleman House. ' """ i Business Cards. M. A. JANES, Beauregard,.. Misstaippi, DEALER IN Choice family Groceries, Con fectioneries,Soda Water,and other Temperance drinks. All of which will be sold cheap for cash. JEFF JANES, **•33 Business Manager. A. B* Gl-ates, Hopewell, Copiah County, Mississippi DKALRR is Dry -Goods, Groceries, Con fectioneries, dc., dc. General assortment always on bund and sold on the cheap for cash pl»n. xi-33 Groceries and staple dry GOODS CHEAP FOK CASH. M. FA LEU & CO', Havia? opened b"siness in their brick store lately occupied by Rogers & Bro.. respectfully announce to the public that they are now prepared to sell Groceries and Staple Dry Goods in wholesale lots at very low Ggures for ca«h. Examine heir stock before purchasing elsewhere and be con vinced that they mean business. Also Wholesale dealers in Liquors. Ilazleliurst. Feb IS). 76 -26 JOHN H. GREEN, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, TYeason,.Mist. Ronpcctfnlly announces to the citizens of Copiah and adjoining counties that bo is prepared to fill ciders in bis line in latest and most tasbiouable styles. Patronage solicited. " 1'cb U, ’7j-3ui I^RS. KATE REDDING. Hz icL urst,. .Mississippi. FASHIONABLE MILLINER AND DRESS MAKER. Will keep constantly a fresh supply of t e Latest, Styles of hats, bonnets, trimmings, etc., just suited to the season and wants of the People. Mis. E. A. faldiings Millinery llooms: Post Office Building, Hasleli urst, Miss. Offers tlie LATEST nT YLES Qf SPRING MILLINERY C000-; at unprecedented low prices. Call and set^ April 3, ’15—10 MANUFACTURERS AND REPAIRERS Of Buqgits. Wagons and Piotes. Corkrr op Grkkxk and Croskr Strickts IJAZLEHUhST. MISS.. KEEP constantly oil blind a good stock of the different sizes and varieties of Iron and Wood best suited to farm and planta tion work, are well prepared to make any tiling in their line. Orders respectfully solicited. Toi sss rea sonable. All work warranted. BURIAL CASKETS, _ _ r — r ““ COFFINS of* all kinds. and everything portaining to the Uu iertakens Business, always on hand. X-19 R1VATE hoarding House. Ton will find ai the MBazlehurst Blouse, Accommodations of the best. Meals furn ished at any time, and any kind, on the Restaurant style, or at the rognlar table Go<>d clean beds and plenty of servants to wait on you. You will also find, if you indulge, tho zery best Liquors at the Bar at the corner of the brick building. Also the best cigars, chewing tobacco. Ac. Ami if you want your horse cured foi bv the day. or single- meal, you can have it done cheaper than at any other stable in the place; leave your horse at the old Kil patrick stable, or hitch him in front oi the office door, when he will be taken charge of by proprietor. T. J. CATCHING. January 31, 1874. D- H. Hawks, CABINET MAKER, Hazlehurst,_Mississippi. Has removed his cabinet shop to the Hardie building on Greene st— where he will do al! kinds of repair ing of Furniture, house-painting,pa per-hanging, etc, CHEAPER than the cheapest. Givs me a call. xi 20 yriLKOX’S FAMILY GROCERY. (Between the Siores of Birdsong, Ilorne & Brittain and E, Heyman.) Hazlclnirst,.Mississippi. Has just opened and has on band every thing that housekeepers may desire in the eulinary department, at fabulous low prices for CASH only. Would be pleased to see a geod m any customers. Call at once with the •-stamps.” 13. F. WILSON, Agt July 17, ’75-3ra. yRS. 8. WUKERT, Estelle street,.Hazlehurst, Dealer in staple aud fancy dry goods, family groceries and planta tion supplies. Call and see my goods—I will sell cheaper than the cheapest. march 27, ’75. R. 'VST* .Millsaps* Hazlehurst,-Mississippi, DEALER IS St pie Dry Goods. Groceries. Hardware, Boots, Shoes, Hats, aiidPlantat ou Supplies ^g-Will sell cheap for cash, jan 30. ’76 R. S. Ludlow* House, Sign and Ornamental Painter, Imitator of Woods and Marbles, Glazing, Paper Hanging, Whiten ing and Wall Coloring. Office on Crokei street, between Green and Estelle. June 21, ’73—ly ■—■-ii. I, — <»■— . ——- ! CBAS. B. KCBENCK. TONY FBC1CH. SCBENCK & FUCICH, PKAI.ER8 IN OfSTBRS, FRUIT. F18H ICE, ETC. Calliope Street, (Opposite Jackson Railroad Depot.) NEW ORLEANS, LA. 'T- 0. Lttk line 281 Solicit* CoasigoBjeots of kinds • PAS. i Business Cards. The Finn of W. 8. FLOWERS will continue as before, t he business will be under the management of J. B FLOWERS and G. B. NELSON. Parties indebted to the firm will please come forward immediately and make satis* factory arrangements. 45. J W. ANDERSON, Boot and Shoo Maher. ( Ciecno Street ) Hazlehurst.Mississippi Respectfully informs the public that, be keeps on hand a supply of the very best material, and is prepared to furnish Boon or Shoes made in the most improved and workman like manner. Rogers & Bro.; DEALERS Iff FANCYk STAPLE DRY GOODS, Groceries, Notions, Hardware, Boots, Htoes, Hats and Plan tation Supplies. Hazlehurst. Miss, in’ch 15, ’73. BROWN, MULLINS & CO. JOHN DUNNING, Manager, Hazlehurst,.Mississippi Are now opening a New Stock or’Goods consisting of Dry Goods, Hardware. Booh and Shoes, Hats. Crockery and Glassware. Clothing, Groceries, Ac.; all of which huv* been bought low for cash. Hazlehurst. Dec 9, 1371—tf M. FALK It. A. MANGOLD M. ITalei* & Co., Ilazleburst,.Mississippi BKALKR8 IK GROCERIES,DRY GOODS.RARD WARS. CVTI.KItr, AND tilt NIT UR ft, March. 18, 71.1 A. KCCICH. C. n.SCHENCK. C. MaUSICAK* A S’ucich 6L Go., Commission Merchants. Wholesale ami Retail Dealers ami Importers of Dried and Green Fruit, such as Oranges, Apples. Ba nanas, Almonds and all kinds of Nuts. No 11 Front street. 14 Fulton street,New Orleans. La. Post Office Box 251. (Jon igninents of Fruit solicited. jy£ORR|SO\ & BRO, Carpenters and Builders, flazlebarsl,.. Mississippi, Patronage solicited. Shop in the Hardie buildine, Greene street. Oct 17, 1874. J^AJ. T. D. AKIN, Fashionable Tailor, Hazlehurst, . Miss. Has rerunved Iris office to the Tilts build ng, east side Railroad avenue. Patronage solicited. March 7. '74. E. 2ZE3WAY, Wagons, Buggies and Pious, made and repaired. GIN STANDS repaired and chart, jrod to any size desired; BRUSHES made and repaired; BOXES re fill’d and GIN SAWS sharpened. General Farm and Plantation work done on reasonable terms and at short notice. All work warranted. Shop west of courthouse, ITnzlc hurst, Miss._ july 25, ’74 F1TZTHUM, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. ( South Side Estelle Street, ) Hazleli.irst,...Mississippi. ORDERS SOLICITED, and promptly at tended to Satisfaction guaranteed. March 20 b. 1875. S. J. *Joliiison, Saddle tf Harness Halier. H AZLEUtTRST. Ml?' Respectfully solicits tiie patronage of *bf people of Copiah and adjoining counties.— All orders in his lice Giled promptly, and at prices corresponding with the times. En courage home workmen Jan 20. 72 REEK’S livery stable, Corner Oreon and Croker streets Hazleh i/rst. Miss., WE WILL furnish conveyance to any part of the country. Horses, Buggies, and Hacks, with or without tops, always on baud. ■gEAUBEGARD HOUSE, < MRS N. J. HOOKER, Proprietor. Has undergo** thorough repairs, and of fers first ela-s accommodations t n the trav eling public. Southern Rural Gentleman. A Progressive, Agricultural, Horticultural, Stock, Grange and Family Newspaper. Published Every Thursday Morning GRENADA, MISSISSIPPI. Always in advance—*2 50 per annum. Subscription enn commence at any t’me. To Clubs. Five copies for $10 UP; Twenty copies for $3fi 00. Remittance- should be made by Er press. Post Office Money Order, or by Reg. istered Later. Address. J. L. DAVIS. Editor and Proprietor. Grenada. M'ss . tfilPv ro p*r Ht hum* st,.m|i'is HPO worth $1 f-ee. STINSON & Co, Portland, Main*. gg SEND 25c. to G. P. ROWF.LL A CO., New York, for Pamphlet of 100 pages, contain ing lists of 8000 newspapers, and .estimates ! sh<nvinu cost of pdrertiaibg* Augttftr, Urine. ’•••*! • - ■ - . I CHARLES H. FRY, Crystal Springs*.Miss DEALER IN Elgin and Swiss Watches! Of the Finest Grades in Gold and Silvei’ Cases. SOLID GOLD JEWELRY OE ALL DESCRIP TIONS, OE THE MOST EASHIONABLE STYLES! LATEST PATTERNS OF SILVER PLAITED WARE—THE BEST QUALITY OF HEAVY PLATE. Lazarus, Morris Jk Co., PERFECTED SPECTACLES Which have no Equal. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, Of most all Kinds, and the best Qualities of Strings always on hand. / All Goods Warranted as represented—and sold for CASH ONLY! YV. M. C ARSTARPHEN, JEWELER, Hazlehurxt,.Mwswtippi, dealer in Watches, Clocks, Fine Gold and rolled Plated Sets, lasting Engage ment Rings, Alaska Diamonds-., Curufand Celluloid Sets. Silver Plated Ware of all descriptions. Table and Teaspoons, re volving Butter Dishes, Cups, Goblets, Syrup Stands, <tc. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired promptly and satisfaction guarn teed, or the money refunded. Will bo found at the popular mammoth Drug Store of Catchinge & Ainsworth. All goods warranted as represented and sold for CASE! only- March 25, 1876. C. M. BANKSTON, DEALER IX Fine Watches, Clocks and J wdry, Spectacles. ( old Pens, Musical In struments and Strings, Silver and Plated Ware, Etc. West Side Railroad Avenue.Hazleliurst, Mississippi. welt Felceted Stock always on hand. Repairing done to order. Satistnetlnn warranted. Oct 2d, 1875. DOLLAR STORE, Green Street..Hazlehurst, Mississippi. -:0: MRS. GARRISON, Wishes her friends and all who want good, nice and cheap good-- to oall and see her, as she has just received'a fresh hit of splendid Caliches, Bleached and Brown Domestics, Ladies’ Hose, Hemstitched and plain Handkerchiefs. Cuffs and Collars, and many other nice articles. Come and see them, so you will have a proper appreciation of the amount and quality of goods you can get lor ONE DOLLAR. Mrs. Garrison’s motto is, “Sell cheap and sell a heip.’’ T. Garrison will make picture frames for all who want such work done. April 1, 1876. --_-1-J I v—JJJ. ^ JK L. F. BIRDSONG.J. A. HORNE.L. L. BRITTAIN. BIRDSONG, HORNE & BRITTAIN, DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, At the old stand ol L. F. BIRDSONG, Railroad Arenue, Hnzlehurst Mississippi, wi’.l keep constantly on hand a Varied and well Selected Stock of Goods, including every Article, needed for Family use. All of their Goods will be sold at the lowest possible prices for Cash. I They are also prepared, with ample means and facilities, to furnish Plantation Supplies, at reasonable rates, to all who may favor them with patronage. Feb 8, 1873. A. F.ANDRE, MERCHAisTT, Crystal Springs,.Mississippi. Begs to call the attention of all Patrons of Husbandry to the Fact, that he sells Goods at Special Rates to members ol the Order, as per .contract with Crystal Springs Council of Granges. And while acknowledging his obligations to old customers and the public generally for favors during the past nine years, he assures them that the Grange business will not prevent him extending to them also the most liberal terms, polite attention, and lowest prices. His stock will constantly be replenished by shipments from New Y k, kSt. Louis, New Orleans, and hading market*-, at lowest' cash rntes qnalt All Goods ate warranted full weight and measure, and very be. Tty. (No second rate or low class goods kept.) The stocK consists of every kind and variety of staple Dry Goods, No tions, Hardware, Groceries, Provisions, and Plantation supplies. School Books and stationery a speciality. Rawbone Superphosphate at manufacturers’ prices. Any article not in stock will be ordered im mediately. Market price paid in cash for cottou, and liberal advances on shipments. Crystal Springs, April 3, 1876. Private Boarding House Itlra KATE jR. REDDING, Board by the day, week, or month. Patronage solicited; charges rea sonable; single meal 50 cents. Honse on Crooker street, near the court house, and convenient to the business part of the city ot Hazleburst. Mamins, TJmdley & Minims, Take this method of announcing to the readers of the Copiahan wh© reside in the North-Western portion of Copiah, thnt »heir stock of NEW GOODS is full and complete, comprising a GREATER VA RIETY ot articles than is usually found in a village store. All those in want of Goods are respectfully invited to give them a call, and examine their stock and PRICES. They pledge themselves to sell at the very LOWEST RATES: We call the special attention of the Ladies to our fine assortment of Dress Goods, Trimmings, Lndie* and Misses Eata, Ribbons, Flowers Ac. Utica, Oct 3, 1*73. <• l 1876. fHE-COPIAHAN. 1876. By John F. Vance Jp S. F. JMasseuglU. Terms: Published every Saturday at Jhree Dollars per annum, in advance; two or more copies, each, |2 51. Advertisements inserted at one dollar per square, t'en lines or less, and fifty cents each continuance. Liberal arrangement• made with yearly or quarterly ad vertisers; all bills due on presentation. Job printing executed at reasonable rates, for cash; fhc patronage of our friends solicited. The Copiakan is a friend to the farmer, the mechanic, the laborer, and all trades and professions; it should be a visitor to every fireside in Copiah and the surrounding country, and its friends arc rcspcctjully urged to assist in extending its al ready large circulation. As an advertising medium it is uu equalcd by country papers; the merchants of New Orleans will find it greatly to their advantage to advertise in its col umns as it circulates th roughout th is section of country. Our terms arc liberal, and we make it a special duty to promote, as far as ice can, the interests of our advertising patroJs. 'N'ewspapex* Law. 1. Postmaster is required to notice by letter (returning a paper dce« not answer the law,) when a subscriber does not take hie paper off of the office, and state he reasons for its not being taken ; and a neglect to do so, makes the postmaster responsible to the publisher for the payment. 2. Any person who takes a piper from the postoffice wlieiher directed to his no me or another, or wlieiher he has subscribed or not, is responsi ble for the pay. 8. If a person orders his poper discontinued, he must pay all arreor nges, or the publisher may continue to send it until ti:e payment is resde, 4 If the subscriber orders hi? paper stopped at a certain time, and publisher c inlirmes to send it, the subscriber is bound to pay fir ii if hfl take? it from the postoffice. The law proceeds upon the ground that a man must pay for what he uses. 5. The courts have decided that refusing to take newspaper* nnd pe riodicals from the post office, or removing and leaving them uncalled f r, is prirna facie evidence of intentional fraud. e. c. Williamson: Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Fancy and Toilet. Articles, Notions, Pcrfinner i,, Sponges, Fine Soaps, Boohs and Stationery, Coal Oil and Lamps, Pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal use, end ev erything usually hept in a first class DRUG STORE. MR. FIFElt, who has had seven years expei iei.ee ifl the Brng Business, stands ai the Prescription case to see that Physicians’ pre'erip^ ti<>n« are carefully cumeotin ded. i ner. 21,’73. ——-~-- -----1-■-* - .' .Mu. L..■ . . .. B. M. CiTCMl-NU i». D. 8. W. I,. AfNSWOKTn. M. P. & B. IV H. CATCHING & AINSWORTH, mtiaaisTS and dentisis. (West-side Railroad Avenue, nnder Catohing note].) Hazleh ur*t,.Minsisttippi. Having just opened a new and complete stock of FRESH and PURS PRDGS and MEDICINES respectfully solicit a shave of the publio pattona^e. - - - —~ We shall keep constantly a FULL STOCK of everything pertaining to a firs*-class Drug Store, as Drugs. Garden Fred, Puints. Oils. Varnishes. Glass. Putty, Brushru and Perfumer?. Fancy Goods. Fine Wines and Liquor* Patent Medicines, etc. eic. We purchase direct pom Manufacturers and First Hands in New York. Philsdolpbit* and New O-leans at erase figures, which enables ua to sell CHEAP loc GASH. '&4k. Prescriptions carefully compounded. ,3EE~ We are associated in the practice of Dentistry; Office up stal»s, Cook RnHf.lRg Patronage solicited; Satisfaction guaranteed. S. -A Peets, DRUGGIST AND AP01 hECARY, Railroad Avenue, .... BEAUREGARD, MISS., KEEPS constantly on band everytning in the Drug lino, which ho will sell at a small advameon the (list cost, bis motto being "Quick sales! and small protLs!" All articles warranted fresh ar.d pure. Also a well e-lected stock of pnr“ medical Brandies, Whiskies, Hum, Gin Wines nnd Bitters. Patent Medicines White Lead, Oils. Putty, Window Glass, Dye Stuffs. Perfumery and Fancy Articles. ^'Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours ol the day or night Terms—GASH. 2T Pollen ix Drug Store, Beauregard, S. P. BIvOOM & CO, Druggist* and Apothecaries, Booksellers and Stationer*. DEARER* IM Fresh Drugs. Landreth's Garden Seed. Paints. Oils. Varnishes, Glass ote.. Britches of all kinds. Perfumeries. Fancy Goods. Flavoring Extracts. Spouges. Spectacles. Tobac co and Cigars. Wines and Liquors, Tbe'mcst popular medicines. Trusses. Musical In struments. And everything belonging to a first class Dtug Store. Preaeriptsons carefully prepared out nnd r.ight. |X«»e, g j77-j. . 11 III rr— ■■■linn.si Ilf i I ews—mwira-ia A. O. MIDDLETON, Crystal Sjirinys,. Mississippi DFULKR IN CLOTHING AND GENTS FUKNISIII>’« GOODS. Just received a full Assortment of Fall and Winter Clot hing and Furnishing Goods; in fact everything that is usually Lent in a FI 11 ST CLASS CLOTHING STORE. Consisting in part of Black, Blue and Brown Cloth Suits of French, English and American make. Also,a fullline ot Medium and low prints Cassimore ^uits; Uats, Caps. Boots, Shoes, Shins, Frawers, “Collars and Neck-Wear,” and endless variety, all shapes, sizes aud colors, ant] a preat many other articles too numerous to mention. The above are all Fresh and Seasonable Goods, bought lor Cash,and will be sold at a bare commission for same. So, gentlemen, if you have any cash to spend in my line, I am the person to spend it with, and save from 20 to 25 pcr cent, which is an item these hard times. Crystal springs, 9—a t THE HOWE Family Sewing Machine. ELIAS HO WE, JR, ORIGINAL INVENTOR, 1843. Among the many reasons lor the great popularity and sa’e ct the Howe Sewing Ma chine arc. its COMl’ACTNESS. SIMPLICITY and DURABILITY: the wide range ef work to which it can be applied, and the facility with which it will pass from thick to thin material, without change of tension or tendency to draw or pucker the work, how ever delicate. These qualities, together with the superior quality of its attachments, commend it os one which will 811 every requirement of a FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. The beauty and uniformity of stitch, for which th9 HOWE w so celebrated, ia due ia a great measure to the superiority of its tensions-the upper thread pusses around a revolving wheel, the motion of which is controlled by a screw, and a perfectly uni form teaion is secured without regard to the size or quality of tba thread. In mast machines the tension is produced by frictien upon the thread, which weakens it, produ cing kinks, and causing the machine to miss stitches. The shuttle tension U perfectly uniform, and can be regulated by simply turning a sorew. A te sion produced by la cing the thread through a series of holes in the side or the shuttle, ns is done in nearly all other machines, is never uniform, and canuot be regulated without removing the shuttle from the machine. breaking the thread and then replacing it One of the most annoying thiugs connected with the operation of«ewing machines, is the missing of stitches when using a fine needle. The HOWE is so constructed that the disUuce of the needle fro.n the shuttle can be readily regulated, and this annoyance entirely avoided. The Hoowe is made of the best material, with more exactness and precision and durability thaD is generally considered neces ary. it is essential, however that a ma chine should be well made. If expected to do perfect work, and those wishing to intro duce sewing machines into their families will 8tul it a great saving is time, labor and expense to at ouce purchase a HOWE. It has been fbe custom of one of onr rivals to publish, from time te time, what pur ports to be sworn statements of the number of machines sold by the several ompn nies d iring a given perio-l. Our sales tor 1873 they publish thaa: ••Howe MtcMoc Company, no return?.'* Whereas, our actual sales, were 163 244. which places us see end ou the list, if not ahead. TBE HOWE MACHINE CO. Dee. 11, 1873.] _ 183 Canal St.. New Orleans La. Cnl] *t th*J>rnf $tfrrw t# CaT«RN|» * AJNSin»*tS; HMlclovit. Vis?