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' l!.' ll I I i I I . . , !! 1'irimli iiilci !, t'mt..rfiii jl(v cfH over (f,.fl MM 'r,IM(()V( f'lf fitCHljnrt .liljf( f. ,,irf) Jotive-fillf.il nf ,f. Woi.irn'i, Mi,. Wf iiboiili wliitw hwii y llu-lr k'umrc Anotiii!M nfverrt ruin ntnl tlmn- Vf ilornt vi.iitfil Srdi '1'iic8(Ihv icniiiff. ni.ikinj the m-iotul tliat hour inside jmi'M for Alphn'n b7 lengthy article, its) rniMicution postpotiou. Wk learn that the .Supreme jourt has pnHtpoiH'd conniderntion the Spr.cy case till the lint 'cek in May. Professou Tick predicts the lowing weather for next wwl Ijth and iSth, clear or fnir ; i0th I InffS' as!fist,,d b-v his "'ays-pleas. A scn'oiutno column lias been aced under the tall tower of the burt-house and the county ofli- als feel safer. Sheriff Smith has placed a at little clock in his otfice, to re- ind people when thev have been iere long enough. The noisy black-birds have ar- ,edin large numbers and arc betting their beaki in anticipa- n of nipping the tender young rn. "minify jKociHy, Mr, U Trcide nt of ihc bniiH h if iy h'Tf. iind w hi elect! to rrprfii-iit it In thf ci.tivriilir.n, We nrr glad to ;l, ,mt ,, U of our town (of wlinm there have been several) are Improving. Little Ltd a HUnn is no, (,nd her coiiKin In hIno convaUvicinir. Mrs. Mimrp, we Ifarn, is alio improv. ing. We have had very unfavorable weather lor health, but wr hnix- spring has opened in earnest now and all will get well and bloom w ith the flowers. Miss Llla Gunter has received and accepted an invitation to de liver the address to the Alutnni of the Memphis Conference Female Institute, Jackson, Tenn., at the commencement in June next, and Miss binma Gunter has received uul accepted an invitation to de iver the address to theKraduatimr class of the Iluntsville 1 ' fni!il. College at the commencement in May. We are proud to see Sar- chs and Mississippi talent recog nized abroad. This reliable old hostelry, on Adams and Main streets, in Mem phis, is increasing in popularity unuer the careful and skilllul man agementof that well-known and popular landlord, Mr. David I last 23rd, clouding, bather." threatening Ox Wednesday morning the uthcrn end of a blizzard wafted chilling breezes over us, and nng scampered awav like a Ightened lamb. A larch audience attended Pro- hr Chamberlain's "Amaronap itcrtainmcnt" at Wall's oncra- fuie Tuesday night. Everyto.lv tned well pleased. Mr. R. M. Montgomery, dci p circuit clerk, has disposed of H lotirteen rnHrnnec licenses J month-three to white and hen to colored people. N'ixt Sabbath is Easter Sunday, day that Christ arose from the fve 1848 vears a.r Tl. :.. .. Km that the sun dunces for on the morn of that day. ant and accommoclatii.g clerks, Messrs. Dickinson and Creight. The table is always loaded with the best things to be had in the market, and they are served in elegant style, while the rooms are neat and comfortable, and every attention is paid to guests. rSmlih. The domicil of this Jworld-re-nowncd individual has been at last discovered. Our Memphis ex changes tell us he lives in Tennes see, and from the accounts they give of him we hope he'll stay there. Ia tact, we believe they themselves think he would act wisely to crawl into a hole and pull the hole in after him. T'i. .. . . ru uie advice of v.l.r;iT I-the IJermnda prass in the (Wt-house grounds has been Plowed under," so as to make it j iresh and stronger growth. Thb overnight us Tom llar- Walton s, was oncnintr a rer in search of something, he PPped a liuhted ran, 11.. in litnii Hr, which wnd painfully burned the rv 'ace. hear that Ww p.. ,.1 P! acted in a rfiffr.rf..i , - t'--V.U IIU Oerlv mannrr i A.. -f.L- ped Methodist church Sunday PSMidunnL'servl, ... t ... . to quiet him Ilfnrv. s: N Uirown rfr. 1 - . n,.u """nu one 01 nis located. Roaa.w pPwn.tted to quietly depart. flAP . U1UIIUCI- 2? t hU of VwL ' Colorcd' in he 1 pomon of ,ow, , L.J7 "Snwwg and a Uer of (JpacddoB.nd struck Pe irir shocked 1 icn nd Ma unr0n,r 0tl. was "MIIUICS, la Kxpenitr MmlttSfr. A new subscriber living at "State Line" sent us a remittance a few days ago at an expeiiM to himself of more than one-fourth of the amount remitted. We thank our "honorable" subscriber for his care and promptness, but can suggest a less expensive mode of remit tance next time. 'MltlefiMof (he neighborhood w,re iii.iiiif mik) nothing h.iif beti h'Mht from thrill up to Tbund.iy uic iMIn of our , , f, ,,,,; 1 iwre s ti 4 ipiiif n wind and thini- er iilorm n 5- ,t rIi flu snmeivrii i"g nml night, but we have hmrd of no serine d.iniiii'e either here or in (he vicinity. 1 . . .. ,. ",ir"' - KH17 sieiim.gin was struck ami t oiifili.K- i,,m , j "i """ wagon, team mid drive ""-mm several leet j the blacksmith ilii'I' on this plm e was blown hall a mile and l.mdid in a pond on Mr. (ior:'H place j Frank How ard s house was 1 at ricd lifty yards, but none of the family hurl 1 Leban Koberison's house was lorn down, hoi iii,K,.,i,. 1. ,1 """V '"jineu ; inn imiiter s cabin was struck, Eliza Evans killed and two children, who have not since spoken, stunned j Dan Glover's house was blown to pieces, himself and wife badlv hurt and one child killed ; Mrs. Humphreys house was swept away and two persons wounded slightly; Bob Lockbnd's house was blown down on himself and children, but they were unhurt; on nank Dana s place all the buildings were blown down and his sister seriously wounded ; the stores of Johnston & Co. and Lau derdale were totally wrecked and the goods scattered for miles ; Ben Harwell's house was blow n dow n and he was killed, but his family escaped uninjured; Mr. Glenn's buggy was blown two miles and lodged in a tree. The track of the cyclone was 100 yards wide. 1" " M Hi. I.M..1 1 Smi f... I, ,11 fofiM.Kf with t!f .reviilingf.oi!i.U;er, If am , (,).,,, ,,H , ........1 ... . .1 ..1 - .,1,,. . ..1 .rie rrMiive iiipa. in ir rum.!:, lt, , (,, , , fiM flie fllH f.te1 fco.ngl,,,! flv). , r ,(),tt( unoiiai, an eliml.d Hii.niiicret. to ,! H-h, r of th. ,,, hlWl mg iiiuii,,Kiii it, i),f. fit mi for jiliift.r,. Home wei kn.hif neither .f lheili- I'Mlmiln hii ihionniiny light on lhe fie(ioii we liiivf iropoitn,ed Hfcove, Let Vm do It, We lue "dreamed n diea-n" that the an swer In lhe ipiiNtioti would develop the grand set ri t of woman' port. er, Nmir rtit-n who have stood llilhhlllchi'd while shot and shell were fh ing around them and could face, without a ipiiver, the mouth of the .nost terrible tohimbiiid, snrn-nder at discretion to the win ning glance and soft, sweet smile of woman, and aicoiding to some accounts, he becomes at once her captive and her slave. Then, if she is at all tyranically disposed, and the smile gives place to frown "Alas, poor Yorick !" Extraordinary Seeds Our readers should not fail to test the wonderful scads advertised in our paper under the head of "The Farmer's Bonanza." While the claims for them" appear exag gerated, they are endarsad by some of the highest .authorities of the agricultural world, and they certainly deserve a fair trial both as curiosities and valuables. Elnant Jewelry Ckrap. See the advertisement of the N. Y. Jewelry Company under above heading. To introduce theirgoods and influence Southern trade, the Company makes some very liberal offers which will be withdrawn soon, and therefore all will do well to order at once, and get the latest styles in the jewelry line. Mptilrrotra Mairiuliie. We make our acknowledgements to the publishers of this excellent monthly for duplicates of the March number, and a thorough perusal of its contents shows us the wisdom of our persistent efforts to obtain the second copy after the failure of the first to reach us. Like all its predecessors, the num ber is full of interest and we can- n-t turn to a page without finding something pleasant, entertaining or instructive. We will take oc casion here to say, too, that of all the magazines of our country that have made changes in their covers Lippincott's is the only one that has made an improvement, and this seems to us to have reached lhe nt fius ultra in this rej;ard. The character, tone and general contents of the magazine is in en tire harmony with the high char acter of the house whence it is is sued. We have- as many others a curiosity to know who is the editor of this excellent periodical, but have never asked. Can't the gentlemanly publishers gratify this curiosity. 'la All I'aruirra, ine Agricultural editor tres- passess upon this "department of me star to make a request of every farmer in the county. He wants information every week, and from every portion of the county, about the state of the farm ing operations that are going on. mow tar they have progressed, what is being done and what has been done. bat acreage of cot ton and corn are planted in com parison with last year. What sort of stands have been obtained, and the general condition of everything on the farm, including hogs, entile, horses and mules. These things will be interesting, not only in the county, but abroad as well, It in not necessary to write more than a postal card will contain (thouirh we shall be glad to get letters), nor is it necessary to write tor publica. tion (though we shall be glad of this also), what we ask is information on winch we can give, every week, the condition and prospect of ag ricultural matters all over the coun ty . Farmers help us and you help each other. Ja.mi;. r n. l-j . Ttli. . i-vn nan a &?T!"tnd l'ncd hisfrieml, with an ex "rper and other refresh. j - .withstanding the in. Hta. . pr,;'nt' anl we learn 5j8 --.vn 11, m nunc 1 The tint ladkhe. The Agricultural Editor returns his thanks to his kind neighbor, Mrs. Gunter, for the first radishes and cress of the season, MARRIED At the residence of the bride ' mother in Sardis, April 10th, iSSt, by Rev. J. Sic, ney Carlton, Mr. Joseph C. Brad ford and Miss Mary J. Grumbles. Lightning fa. Editor. Through the kindness of Dr. Morgan Adams we learn from a private letter that on the 7th inst. the residence of Capt. B. F. Jones, editor of the Winona Advance, was struck and considerably dam aged by lightning, w hile all the members of the family and some visitors were in the house. One young lady visitor who was sitting before the lire w as knocked down, but not hurt $ another had her face burned black, but was not other wise injured. The lightning pass ed through the lire-board twice and split open the clock. It was a narrow and w onderful escape from death for all in that house, and we congratulate our friend, Captain Jones, on his good fortune in being spared. He is the second one of our State contemporaries whose house has been struck by lightning this year the other being Mr. Campbell, of the Vicksburg Commercial. J II. Rice arrived Saturday night last from old Kentucky with - . ... I lta t rt , ...( :n an I 7.. and harness home, which he V Eaater, ar Holy Wert. The ladies of St. Peter' church in Memphis have decorated that grand old temple with all the skill and taste for which women are noted. To-morrow the walla will echo with the harmony of sweet voices accompanying the magnifi cent organ, w hile the worshippers below will attest thair aiacerity in the usual devotional exercises. vanishing, and the W. T. Dye has Lansing, I lavne now offering for tale at living & Co.' Dlut Ribbon whisky, and rrijl!i. We hear deplorable accounts of the fruit prospects from every di rection. The loss and destruction of this crop will fall heavily upon every section of the country, for, Uie Iruits af spring and summer are the greatest luxuries we enjoy. We would be glad to know how it is with every orchard in this coun ty, though wc confess, ,!nce the orange crop of Florida is ascer tained to have been almost totally .lesiroycd, we have very little hopes of fruit here. One gentle man in Memphis teld us a few days ago, that he thought he would have peaches and apricots, but there have been several heavy frosts since he told us, and w e doubt if he is as hopeful now. I low is it reader, with your fruit trees? Let us know. A ralr. We learn that the ladies of the Methodist church are very busy sewing and "fixing up" generally for a great spring fair early next month. We know they will make a success of it, no matter when they have it, for they recognize no such word as "fail," but, if they will excuse the suggestion of "a looker on in Venice," we would merely ask if it would not be a good idea to wait forstrawberriei? These always help the receipts wonderfully on such occasions. and almost everybody is fond of them, especially if adorning a dish of ice-cream. This is a purely disinterested hint. Think of it, ladies fair. Go to Jim Batch's and ask for Glen Lea, Sloney Brook, or Ken tucky Rye. They are the best. I'ot'il.leniMe Mm. .on! ueaiht Mrv tool fur April. V ery Inli iesiliiK h ct rm b. itig 1 oii.hu lid 111 Ihi-lliipfislihiiii 1... 11 ... 11. ,i, . . 1 . in isev, ,Mr. v iMi-itmi, tin. p,i,t, Maimed by Kev, Mr. Tiuh.r (fieimda, Me.mli-, mill prevailing in ..un aiKUoiiiun mound, lidnrasrrm 111,11 tins dieaie thai has b 111 nl iiiohI mi epidemic throughout Slate will be Coiii.Mll.-d mt,, siiortiv tor Wnti of material r ' 1 1 1 . . . . . i'ir. nop,. .Muiin ha r,.t,inic to Ins old home alter an ahscm 01 iwo or tnree nionilis, (. take ( liaiifc of the sheriffa oil!.., for the second district, Mr. Piuton Miivin;; given up the position.-. Hut) a many friends wi Cm., hi,.. home, and hope he will not leave again soon. wn mat Monday two men that had been woiking on the tu,( !,,..,.. .,1 : 1 .1 . . ..-i.niT niii'(i me iowii, leavinir . I I I.:ll 1 n n. ii i.uur uuia unpaid, among them their board kill. They went north on the passenger train, and it was thought they were gone to Memphis. This was only a sharp trick of theirs to escape the au thorities, liy the aid of the i,.... graph their whereahouts was ob tained, and they were very nicely caught on the evening train. They were carried before Mavor Win- terton and fined, one tweniv im,l the other twenty-live dollars. One of them was gi'ven n free ride to nanus and a twenty days' term in the county jail. This line and im prisonment was for criminal vio lation of the law, and not for leav ing their debts unpaid. I dhl think I would have more to say on the woman question, but since so many and such able de fenders of my position have ap peared, 1 think best to withdraw Irom lhe discussion, feel that Alpha has all he can do to handle Henri St. Rooue and oth ers ; if, however, he should persist in having his absurd ideas pub lished tothewoild, I will again make an effort to silence him. Emii.k. j April 14th, 1881. !'"' I j . ! , .! , (, , M" ' ' ' ' '" -ll-y I.I f liif .' I i'l.1', , ,h ,. f ; , f I1 "' V' 1 .ill to . f t! 0 ,!,., idi.lt I , M(C ;,,!)lM ntt ,. . .11... 1 . 1 " ' ' ' v t'Mfi mi ingulf k h"iif,, If y.,, ht(V. ,,y K,.,, tlon .. Mi.tt. f. or m .. , to iommiiii. i ,ile, ;.'. ii in , , w Hoi.h a Me, I,.M lolle, aus t M ioos, i f indulge in a j,. ,, ,, ,,, hnt jihi to ,,v, liuHt ii tiirht out 1 tell the i.,!,i,,r v fii him well, and hid him ,.,',, I ,t., lidlloM t,,e oil mull ,,, H ,(, ,', ( they love In rnviie (alls fiom Ihem, Don't uttaw with tin u. don't irv lo do it he hM, 1,0 time 'r iirgiimeiil while at his wmk. When ou wn'te in hii ediior lor piihliuilinii, make it short, boil it doMI, I Itch lii'lil inli. ll.., .,,1,1.11.. of jour Aiibjerl, nm ,.,. ,,, Mop writing when vou are ihroui-h. i.iuiors always like somethinir fresh Mini original in the way of lomiiiiinications, and are esoeu.d. ly fond of news, But the editor must always be the hidee of what is worthy of publication. Of course every writer thinks his own pro- tuition the best, just as eveiv mother thinks her baby the pret tiest that was ever born. But the ediior may be so stupid as to have a dill'erent opinion. If so, it can't argue '" f iHt hit, H I- I tf V Kill f'l I ,,fi, (f f.ffufj io I on.!., f, 11 J., l.h.j f!,Ml,., w l ri l f.'il "J kf KrfiM I,-.., 1 1 t r j 1 1 10 f .10 , .. , .,". '"; of y',f,f 1,41 U4 """" K ' MIaj mtth H, . fain iff rhi,f,g ymhf If to, "f a' fihf a a,.l oof a I....i I" " f" in all if.fii.,1,- ,,1 ' l. Wiws.f,w BfwrfMiM Hoi,, ( ,((,,M n0 (( M'fl'l'i H MI rtly t, uf Ii the a f rente- told ,,f i I ''. Hive hut. (fllifiiflil illfiilieu. a 3e helped. Don't try to l.i.n ..... ..r 1.:.. .. v.. . " "i ins uoiion. 11 he is too stupid to appreciate a rood thing, you can't expect to remedy 1 ' 1 II m ... nis uuuness. ou may think you are a good deal smarter than the editor, and that may be true, but the editor may be responsible and you are not. J here is no class of men so anxious to please the ma jority of the people as editors are 1 here is no class of people so cov- tons of the good opinion of others It is well to remember the fact. A I' my of .Wi., rf( ,ed f"'ii. il,e Di.mlm,!, j ! 1 '"'.ii if , 0 !,,, ,., vy M'll mniiiiUi, j,il( i.ng i aif, H.ies, on hi, way l'i, I,,..- H MomMy, was lonlronted by a Cleveland fej oiirr, lo whom 'he reinaikedi " Mm j,, )rivj,(r ,jff now, ami prefer 1...1 .. t.dk nM,U goveiim ntal aflairs," 1 1... . ,. . I'linnjf mev. imago election ex- cilenient the Woman Temper- ""u 1 nion held all-day sessions "f prayer. They prayed that drunk enness and other vices would be rooted out of Chicago, The Philadelphia, lVnnsvlvania and Erie railways have each sub- scribed $U5,oou to the New York W01 Id's Fair, on condition that payments shall only be made in case a gross sum of $4,000,000 is subscribed. KIW SALOON. Hmir.K rrfilltd Ih. .Steve !!!, s.,oon and lupplica it with a cliuivc and well . Iritrd l.xk of liquor., winei and citfarf.. I am prepared to furn;,h the imde with am ining krpt in a liut i U ,oon. ur:V, n..c.l in ai,y Mle. Froh bctr alwav. on lap. Phician anil olhcn in need of wliii k fnr iiicdltal purpmo. re Invited to ct amine mr atock. Importrd cigar and cnampagne a tprciallv. 4 J. C. BAI.CH Spring Millinery and Ladies' Drea3 Goods now Open ing at Mrs. Dodaon's Emporium. ' A full line of new and fashion able fabrics in ladies' and chil dren's wear, custom-made shoes, ready-made suits, fine under-wear, elc. Dress-making and all kinds of tine work executed in best style. J. OREENEWALD. MOIIISTK. Largest and finest Millin ery house. Our Hat stock is simply immense no other word will do. Ev erything that has been created (his year. All kinds of iroods. Straw Shade Hats, blue, brown, black and white. Every thing you can imagine in Hats. Our department in Dress Goods consists of Grenadine, Salines, C.ns imeres, Lawns, Black Silks, Black Alan acas. All kinds of Laces, Ribbons ank Fancy goods ; Mull and Lace Ties, line Embroidery Mull Ties, Bernhardt Collar, &c. Gloves of all the popular makes and colors; Handker chiefs, 1 lem-stitched and Em broidered in endlcsj variety. April's Erenlaf Beauties. The great astronomical event of the present month is the twenty- year conjunction of Jupiter and naturn on the morninr of the 2 2d. The planets w ill be too close to the sun to be visible, but the conjunc tion is not less imtKirtant on that account, inasmuch as only once or tw Ve in a lifetime do the two chief worlds of the solar system appear to meet in the sky. Around this conjunction the astrologers have Patllaaaa! Drau-atailar. M"rs. S. L. T'otts offer her er vkc to the public. She can be found In the Gracnlaw building, up-tairs. Experienced assistants hava been procured. Good work dona cheap. We solicit the pat ropagtofthe public. The Lansing, I lay ties & Co, Blue Ribbon whisky I fold in Srdi by W. T. Dye. """""" "" nu, . tU WMa4 Ua ,mn oc naa a Uutt-n at;d at OA in the stilly night the ufTer- er with piles wondered where he could obtain relief until he ouffhticIu,tlcrt'J tneii" worst prophesies Ufwt r.il.nJ Ift la. fP..i.1 f, I il'llt. tin.'dft .Irnoin . I f iwui.u .1 iii 1 auicr 1 DUCkeye 1 J iu nuiuncopc lor 1 ue wintment, certainly the best remedy fur piles. I'rice 50c. For sale by Henderson Bros. 4-16-eow A safe and sure means of restor ing the youthful color of the hair is furnished by Parker' Hair Balsam, which is deservedly pop ular from is superior cleanliness. J'fi Dark's rU.it. Mr. W. S. Skellengcr.of Jack son, is agent for Panola county for Jeff Davis', book, "Rise and Fall of the Southern Confederacy." Those who desire this valuable work can see the prospectus and leave their order at Messr. Wil liams Co.' drug-store, Sardis. The work is sold by subscription "'' (api"-i6-tf. errkaal Tailoring. In calling attention to Mr. Gor don' card in another column, we desire to say that a more beautiful assortment of sample than he will how you cannot be found any. where, and one need only examine them to b convinced of it. Mr. Gordon has lived many years In Sardis and he has made numerous friends, all of whom will take pleasure ia certifying to his skill and hi fidelttv to all hi engage. ment. ) ou hava only to select tht (ample that pleases you and he will take your measure and have your suit or garment ready for you in short order, and th work the world w hich might well make a nervou man turn pale. The as tronomers, however, take a purely mathematical pleasure in the con junction, unmixed with any fears of famine, plague and bloodshed. Whoever gazes at the heavens this month will see that a great change is going on. The stars that made the winter evening brilliant are giving place to those that adorn the summer night. A Sirius disappears in the west, Vega rises in the northeast, glittering in the harp, fabled to be the very instru ment with which Orpheus made rocks and trees dance. Just as the last bright star In the giant Orion sinks from sight behind the orange hills in the opposite quarter of the sky, a very red, flashing star may be seen rising. It is the heart of the Scorpion. The fable says this it the scorpion that, with one deadly stroke, killed the almost invincible Orion to avenge a woman's wrongs. So when it rises, Orion disappears and thus, year idler year, the chase is kept up across the sky. In the romance that thus pet pies the heavens with he.oea and hero ine, whose imaginary doing have filled half Uie literature of the world, residea for many minds one of Uie chief iharmes of itronomy. Pew Spring Goods 1 Gunter la receiving hit Smnto stock, and will exhibit the mos complete assortment ever offered tit this market, "And don't you The law in Rhode Island against intermarriage between blacks and whites has been repealed. There is now no such statute in New England, but several of the north ern states still prohibit such mar riages. The exodus from New Bruns wick is so great that the clergy have taken a stand against it, and are appealing to the people to stay where they are ; but the arguments used are neither strong nor ef fective. , ... s-oioraoo stock raisers seem to have been the greatest sufferers by me storms ot the winter, although losses in Idaho and Montana will be heavy. Fewer Texas cattle will be moved into the mountain region hereafter. Mrs. Ann Eliza Yountr. widow of flrigham Young, declares that during a recent visit to Covington, inti., she found three Mormon missionaries there actively enirair edin preaching polygamy, and mat tlierc is an organized church of Mormons, numbering fifteen or twenty members, which isrrowinr ..a . 1M sicauuy. It has been discovered that un tier rule No. 65 of the Senate, the 1 resident can send word to that body to meet him in executive ses sion, as he has an important com. munication to make to it. This summary method of endinir the dead-lock has been surrcsted to the chief magistrate, but he will not make haste to try it. The cable stcamtr Dacia has completed the first section of the Central and South American cable southward. The cable surveying sleainer, Hornet, is at Acapuko, having taken very atisfactory soundings for the cable from Cal laotoTehuantepec. The Central and South American Telegraph Company has secured all the nec essary rights, and will connect with the West Coast Telegraph Company at Callao, establishing cable communication with Valpa raiso, Chili. fteirlac Mae klaaa I feafat lattjlaas I am agent for three leading Sewing Machines for Panola coun ty. The Improved Singer, price f25.ee $ the Remington, $30.00, and the king of all machines the Lldndge, $35.00. The latter ma chines can be seen by the ladies at the dress-making rooms of Mrs. S. A Potts, Greenlaw building, up stairs. All the machines, oil, needles and attachment can be een at my place of business, Main street, Sardis. Call before you buy.' 4-atf J.C. Bauh. Food for the brain and nerve that will invigorate the body with out intoxicating is what we need in these day of rush and worry. Parker' Ginger Tonic restore the vital energies, aootha the nerve and bring good health quicker than anything yeo can use. Tri bune. Set other column. i or t 1 liter, ft n,, mlataka uf meraian,, mother on earth w. 'ii.aa ever uae.j M, wh will im J' I al "in thai It will regulate ihr In w'U, ki real to h mother, and relief and heidil, ifi iM .t,n,L "I'eMtmt; like, msglv. ( ar. ht tly sate tn use In all case ami pleaiit 10 ii 4,( ifHj j, h pre ilption of , ( ,1 ycf and ln-sl family pUalriftM intf iiuraea In the United Kiatea. gold everywhere at 25 cent buttle, la aii,r fasm Tkaa fee fear. Tt n'AMumA, Aim., June 1, '76, I'm. DiRatta; Tim medicine you rave me Omkiiom C. Brrria. did m him h good, I have gotten Uirbugh Ibis summer without my accustom ed trouble. Every year I have a spell of billions fever. Thi year when I fell the old premonitory symptom, I commenced fating the Bitters, and am now ia better health than for years past, A rel alive of mine took some of it for constipation of the bowels and dy Ii ifflia-wmcn mo necame chron ic and he is now nearly well. Kf..- 1 V 1. A couifh. cold or or throat . should be stopped. Netrlect frav tiuently results in an incurable lunf disease or consumption. Brown Bronchial Troche are certain to give relief ia Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs.Catarrh, Conswnptiw and Throat disease. For 30 year the Troches have been recommended by physicians, and alwav give perfect satisfaction. They are not new or untried, but having been tested by wide and conataflt tow tor nearly an entire generation, thay have attained well merited! rank among the few ataple remav dies of the age. Public speakera and singers use then to dear and! strengthen the voice. Sold at 15 cents a bo every where. novi7y TIWaM4Uak aaarrHrtoatuttavWartan aaMM mpfwj mi m mm m m mj mm at u aaawaa Clothing to Order A. M. GORDON, Merchant Tailor SARDI0,lIieS, flat a tplfndid lla af aaaialaa an it ar' pared ! manufacture itt sit i-iy.fc to arder upoa thart atk aa4 at REASONABLE P&IOO Tkanking lhe ciliaena af tardia u4 Hw irrounjiag counlrj for awal yalniaaia mt aoliclu a contiauinca, and Guarantees C&iUi2c3, Call and examine bla aamptca. aad rour tta aclnlion. will ha found aar K. r. WUhanai Ca.'adna-aha (a-ta-sa 8tti ef Mutatsirrl, No. fiaou Corm. 70$, Ciisciar Oocar. To Luey Ann Washington t You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of ttw County of PaBola, in said State. on the third Monday of May, tS3l, to defend the uit in aaid Court of George Washington vs. Lucy Ana vvasnington. Bill for divorce, wherin you are defendant, AprJ 7thri88i. S. R. BLANK, aio-4t Chancery Clerk, By Jno. A. Small, D. C. SetUe & Matthewa, SoCdtotv. HaUI HaUM HaUIII Of all items of drea a Sty us 11 Hat is mot essential to well dressed gentleman. Remember this and call at GUNTER'S. Tt Wta4 Uaa al Gat, The Welded Lid" y kt had at Como by i bJ, ?! j.j.r, r ; "3 to try 8iai or MtsiMaipM, 1 No. Chancibt Cotaf, To Sarah McArorich, Anm Harts' field, Madora Cato and her hus band, Cato, Jeasie It Hartv field s Ymi arc rnmnuikW tn m-"- before the Chaflctry Court at Cj County of Panola, ! aail Z " , on the third Monday of Way, . to defend the suit in (aid Ccct ' A. F. Bobo, administrator, V3. 1 tale of W. S. HartirfkU, cLxzr: . Final account, wherein yz3 t defendanU. April 9th, liZi. S. R. 1,1-ai6-4t Chancery C I, By Jno. A. SmaJl.D. C. Standifer & SttMM, S3 BiiTl of Wtsstsairrt, 1 1 rJu Cacrrr. ) Ciacat Cocz?, To Win, Steel t Yen an command -1 ti r before the Chaitctry C County of Panob br" on the thirdly -7 c! to defend Ca rjl i ' Harriet z. 1 1 V i "Look Before You Leap." Call in atGunterV, at tht new brick comer, and take a look at hi Nkw Sprino Clothino, Hat and other attractive good, befonr jV yon boy. I le ha the LATEST. J - 'i 1 jrx ("cjoatywi Jort, r'lbw'V--. f -