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ft Inn grithtl 1,'oirAr'ii ihdr rwpww to our rm-r-r i.,n this V.1MNU. rratl your Intent nub- Llntlon receipt nndncfl If you are ThkW won i nevcro ruin, wind Tb rain fell In torrent. if It's all the name to you, please 'dose tin door, when coming in or 'going out of this office. Our next local excitement will btthe election of town officers, which occun on the first Monday in December. Bishop Janssbni, of the Catho lic church, will hold services in that church, here, Monday next at 10 o'clock a. m. Rabbi N. I. Bbnson, of Little Rock, Arkansas, expects to deliver a lecture in Sardis the latter part of this month. HBsnY McGraw, colored, was fined $5 and cost by Justice Meek last Monday for carrying a con- lealed. deadly weapon. There is such a rush of business on the Mississippi and Tennessee railroad that it is necessary to run extra freight trains on Sunday. Wk hear it gently whispered that i Sardis young man will cap ture a charming young lady in the neighborhood of Longtown in a 5t days. . Is this county the election was quiet and peaceable. We have ward of no difficulty or disturb inee anywhere within the borders of dear old Panola. Mr. J. W. Simpson, living near Bolniont, presented us a large po uto of the red-yellow yam.variety, weighing seven pounds and three qc.vters, last Tuesday. It was the largest potato we ever saw. Wi ire informed that Messrs. C W. Ballentine and J. E. Carl- loaire candidates for mayor of sydis. Both of them will make good run and either would mike a excellent mayor. Last Monday four penitentiary convicts, Louis Franklin, 2 years, Ton Budeir, 2 years, Marshall him, 1 year, and Jerry Brown, 6 wnths, left for Capt. J. F. Town I'nd'i plantation in Coahoma i'ty.' Atthesuine time Oscar ( and Elijah Williams, two inty convicts, lett for the coun. plantation in Desoto county. Tm new Board of Supervisor have two colored members ;eert Howard, Fusion Republi- .ofBeaU, and Ashley Hurt, wwntackertofBeat 3- W. II Pwlap, Greenbacker, is elected Beat 2, J. W. Lamb, Green Jr, from Beat 4, and P. V. UstOi Greenbacker. from Beat t. Tto latter is the only one of the rtt Board re-elected. ,!IvltR roudi we may regret V election in Panola county, njr ihowa that the voters are "result of last Tuewlay'a elec ? M follows 1 Scpafof, Jphn rjyl. Pusiop Deniocrat j Rep- tv. w, r. v.. rvnux, rusiun ynaocrtt 1 A. B. Poaton, Fusion Iwan, amJ t 0? AskeWt -voacKer jSherilT, S. 8. Smith, &lke;,5 Treasurer, I. F wor, Greenbacker 1 Asset w.F. Samuels, Greenbacker S?. RobL Ruffin. Fusiot rat Coronef and Ranger, ;?7. Watson. Greenbacker, ft Pf Governor, carrira the I4S, Bldjonty. .Pw- iO tUllnh mrmat, Ulmrt itia "k,u n" election be W JSL, lh result was not 7 t r tsccrt'pd until Thura- Jr,XK)n,two daya after the ? , I ll 'Pirr III i (' ) " ' I .i. l ie, ,-! j (- Mm. h ll I . Mi-.. , I, ,., f, ' ' . Mr, IfMi it,. fl"4 t I I Id fii'. J,il,t K,!, sf-,,,f IfMMfy, Mr, J.ft T, II-rul. f ,f Am (nrt, visiting irr sj,i,,f, ,f,s, I(il'K'il, and tt liroiiifttl Nigntiil- ii,m, kf,J, M, WystUnd his wife (n d.iiigl.lr.f of kv. Mr, i'Mm,,. ron.) are visiting rtl,itlvr In town, and Mr, w, I t-firoutn fur t.ififVr. ! wlili I) meets In (Ji-ofghi on (hit l6lh, Judg Nirnmon li-fl on TVudtiy t far ltrdron. Kenluikv. where hi has ilonltlli'M, rra this, concluded the purchase of "The Reporter," a seml-weekly lourrtul published In that place, lie ex. puctn to return next week, Hnd to continue hit connection with the Stah until nil business In which ic Is Interested Is closed up. We hull be norry, as our people nil will, to part with the Judge, but will wnit till the parting time comes, before saying more. llsniburffd Again. I saw so much said about the mer its of Mop Hitters, nml my wife who was nlwnys doctoring, and never well, teased Jme so urgently to get icr some I concluded to be hum bugged ngnin j and I am clad I did, for in less than two months use of the Bitters my wife was cur ed and has remained so for eigh teen months since. I like such humbugging. II. T., St. Paul. Pinnnan Penan Error I'orreeted. We made a mistake Inst week in saying of Messrs. Thos. II. Allen & Co., that Mr. Thomas Allen, Jr., Was in New Orleans and his brother Harry in Mem phis. The facts are just the re verse, the former gentleman being with his father in Memphis and the latter in the New Orleans ouse. Men's Boots for $2.00 at Bohm & Co. "WINE OFCARDUI" mtkm rwr cbctkt Mid cWu COUIllliollt. For sale by R. P. Jenkins. The DUhop's lcetnre. Bishop Jansscns, of the Catho- ic church, will deliver a lecture in the court-house here next Monday night. im m Be certain to attend J. Grecne- wald's great closing out sale at prime cost. Dr. Morgan Adams has suppli ed himself with the best dental in struments and appliances now in use in Europe and America. Any dental operation can be done at his office as well as can be done in any city. Nitrous oxide gaa administered and teeth extract ed without pain. At Cutler e.h. The firm of Ballentine & Son will sell their entire stock at cost for cash. , 10-22-71 Brocaded Dress Goods for ipc. at Bohm & Co. On lilt. It is confidently predicted that there will be a quartette of wed dings in Sardis before many "moons have waxed and waned." The widowers are among the lucky ones, but they all aecrn to beware of vtdders. jfrtfr Im We direct attention to the card ol Messrs. Shattuck & Hoffman (actors and commission merchants, 46 yniso atrcet, fipw Orleans Th'w firm proposes to pegotiate first mortgage loans on well im proved and well cultivated plaita lions, in aijeh gums aa can be aafe ly secured, either for one, two or thwa yaars time. For full partio ' . t It-ll c ulara apply Messrs. nwi Popthe, ha fjrrn'a. attorneys. You will nover be able to buy goods as low ajj, GreenewaI4 is pTering them. l pri"1 C08t m mm Calico J and. 6 cts. at Bohm A Co, For sale by R.P. Jenkins. .i.:i-.f if.'.n i ' - 1 1 f r (I M.fm, II , I'M, l,il,i,l 4rrtpnm nt ! M fit n4 tl. f f-uh ., 1 , li M"- U h'.not tm Ih f nxl Mr "A Mm Wrnif flDfti. n4 Muftipfci Mff'H Intll l.f.q In lh 9nt.fif$ l4 lUrH 't(f, III iU i I,. i, iuii A Mm Mutt ,i lr.i in Mi -"ii" ll tmixntnirj ttv)tj $n4 In $ tnj lm, M'li It tfnt ,) t,nrf, if fitrnl.ltrit (-Hfl.in rr Sllr.t Ifh IU ItmUnf ,i.iiil, of J. l.h fllf In Mfti phUhnih wl tnA frntf Hh heir I ml Hf M, m,I 0mlrwtn wf il.d. ffnl Inl'li In Ih finnl finilnf, hrf II null, In llw rlnlil ill II rtlrnr, Ml I dnnlif.il nmrltl lni lnlil f MIip M iif ulikli gnlil a ffi,llr,llik In f m li i,f whhH hwinrH r)"rn mht whilf will fmiillr In f,mS uf llir.4 tul U'a hn.llfl, nilrrl llh II mml lrl mil tn.Ufiill; nrrmnril H,,rf I liff, thiirnn hy miili ullilt l,l, rrr irnl nidi III fitmpllmviiU (if Mr Aiwlrrwi il Mm, TliiiM II, Alien, llwrn II lm. krli iIimmI Im lif hrllil mil apnt hll hn Inf. nflilnd II tul'lf. Ml llif Htt. Ir Hmnflfli), lioto In hit frl upon II ni' It ih wf th h!li rnnlinrlliiK pfllr Mr. SniniM'l Kilm, in InlrlllKrnl louhlno, Imnd om rmin gvntlcmiin, I nli tnd prom liu'iil mrri'liNiit uf llollviir, Trim , mnl MIm Tlllln Kriuik, litiilirul nnd tiirrnly dm netlr, ilmi)(lilrr nf Mr, llonrr Kmnli.a Irmt lug Kronl utritt nirn luiiil, The rnililrd Kiii'iU urntr to tlirir ftol tlie liniulxmif mid liHppy vounn couple hultrd In front of th Rnlild, The latter llitn dcllvmil I e r,r InlcrrxlinK nnd linprt'le U-cturc, wlili li wan rfplt'lu wllh li'nn of Mlnilum fur oili er well I hone who wcru nlxnit la .uin the ri'.pon.iblo rclutlont of hunlmnd and wife. It unrnd to u, however, Hint ll rnunt he 1 little Irrlnii to Hie m-rvi'i of the young couple to Innd at iu li n liitrrcMinx nnd rxcitlng epoch In their II 'en, nnd lUten to a lecture of fifteen or twenty miiiuten. We leurned Rftcrwirdii, tiulecd, thnt the groom hnd prerlotuly retpimtcd Dr. Sum- Held to ahrcviate the ceremony, to which the Utter replied: "Well, if you Intend to marry for only ihort time I wilt miike the ceremony ihort, hut if for long time it mint retain it regular length." Of courae the groom wa atibfied to have the long ceremony. At the coneluaion of hit lecture the Doc tor continued a follow: "You will now aniwer the questions I loy before you In in eerily and truth, Samuel Knhn, my broth er, do you lolcmnty confeMyour willingnctn to mary thi woman, Tillie Frank, an your lawful wife to love, to protect, to honor and to be fuithful to her till denth doet you part? Ifo, aiuwer me before God and Uiene witnoaet, a loud and audible yc ! And you, my iiter, Tillie Frank, do you alio aolcmnlT confew and declare your wil- lingnena to be henceforth the lawful wife o' this man, Samuel Knhn, to love and honor, and to be faithful to him till death doe, you part t If no annwcr me before Cod and thone witncMCt a loud and audible yea." The re sponse were given dintinctly, and not with a nod of the head an it often done on timilar occationi; and then followed the kluing and congratulation, which were numerous and hearty. After an hour spent in pleasant conversation, supper wsi announced, and such a supper a few mortals ever sat down to. The table did not groan, a we have heard was the cae on other occaninns. In deed, they could not groan, put smiled and laughed over the magnificence and beauty of their adornments. They were set in the shape of hollow square. In the centre was a "swnn cake decorated all around with snowy swans, above which were beautiful full blown (low. ers. On this was anotlier cake of smaller sixe surmounted by a large white swan, sit ting gracefully upon a net of charming On either side of thfs were large cakes, snowy white In their icings, and beautifully ornamented with Dowers. On the right was an ingeniously constructed pot, filled with the sweetest potatoes, sugar could make, covered so at to resemble the natural esculent so slowly at only lo be uiun- guished by the Ute. (e would like to have a whole garden of these potatoes.) A t the corner beyond was a coy cottage sur rounded by a low and neat paling, and be side It stood a gnarled oak covered with green leaves. Above this was a magnifi cent "heart -cake wtln Luplrt s arrow iercing it, and the sw.-et words "hver 'hinc beautifully raised in white letters on the crimson surlace. r urtlur along was a unique and tasteful octagonal ornament, the like of which we never uw, and this, like a j similar one on the opposite side of the square. was surmounted by a canopy under which wm a beautiful flower stand tilled with lovclr blotsoms. Upon Uie southeastern end of (lie square smiled an enormous and beautiful cornucopia irom wnicn guneo oceans of pure white roses and orange blos soms, while on the opposite end was another emptying a wealth of fruits of all kinds for the delighted guests. There were also two cligant and magnificent diamond shaped cakes, and many more lorge round ones, all ornamented with taste and skill that even Paris could not excel. On the lower corner of the sntisne stood Ixauliful pyramid wnose only aocoisuun wss wrrain u, flower from bottom to top, and this we considered one of the most chaste and taste ful ornament of the table, there wr hundreds f other cakes, here and ttwre ail over the Utile, soma representing little baskets of flowers, and everything lhat last and Ingenuity could conceive. All this magnificent display was, as we were inform ed, the work of Mr. loseph Spccht, Sr., who is without rival and whose taste Is inimitable, lie also sent the most delicious and pure Ice-cream and Charlotte Ruse which would have delighted the gods and muse. Beside all this Mr. R. Melsler, Ike caterer of the club had provided a per feet harvest of tubsUntlalt in the shape of oysters, fowl and other meats, and an abundance of the choktsst wines, which Sowed freely during the entire time spent at the table. Dr. Kamflcld upon a call from Mr. I. N. Snowdon, rerd neatly hundred e wigratuU, tory telegrams sent bvuiends of the happy couple, from St. Louis, Louisville, PhiLv delohis. New York and other cilie and towns, all of which were listened to with marked attention and heartily hsd and annlautkd kv thea-uesU. the rur.ti were well attended to by the s and handsome ushers, Messrs. Mor ris Strauss, liens Sesaecl and Aiei, u- Milius, and few who were there will erer forget Uie enjoyments andj delights of the brilliant occasion.- Ssahy band discasisscdswret Mnqoniet while the guesta were du&ussinsr the spps rrnllv Innhoustible treasures uf the tunoer tables, and tubsequenlly whea the latter bod been remove) matt aruste ar the fit, voire at the shrine of Terpsichore. The bride sad gsoora look their departure at a lata hour on an extensive ess ten, tour, carry inf with them a whole cargo of hearty wishes for their na,jrpines ana) pros parity lrr tamirsi , allhwnrs II W4 kss etstsieast bar asass. Mar so hs svsr frast. 4s4 asr 11 vm kM srsrik trstlalsa, 01 Iras aast sMt ssss, Awl T Iks m mm kssjstlssj es, rvt kits s kserr SMS, is r rtklf MM ssw, Asa kSfplstMkstakai Msf Ilkiksikkslasss4ssssft, Aa kvs's ssvt-SwsiMt kiss. As4 WsknwaSsartk, r 1.'. f Mat . I. I IS ll 1 Ml,,,. ,( Id . V , I f,!ll M ,f . J , f UllN f Mf If t'if y ,ii ti"l vtr iiy In m H-tl'Mug i ainn, In ,in j tmti h ll f t- ( f r"tf i V fnf fiili if ftfiffir wl.uli tin Kf4irl lit t"l' iittlils;, 1 li.'w I'iry tiitv'fil tvfMiil ll'fil." I', fli,1s, 1-HlSis llilNJdfi'a imililinlfi, "tlif lif fiillrrl lulu lliri ini((!i of i(siifi," Iif ht'rtt rlrd iy 'jfldfil ilr sinlf,' uf wlilili In fMiitri ir'ilmlilr', Imva fiSinl (Ih-i ilidii uliire and nr "1IiI(ik S limn st (Iif fill haft! pit gfniihila rtliiT llif IMriins fiill ssli'i p," Tin' rlct iliin piiaacil nif itili'lly, rrsttllinj, m siimi' prnlii led It wmilil, the tuliifi'd yiili'ts ImliinK' I Iif fnaliift tli kit, Thi-re U nuialiliTHlilf ilnWtnK arntind nmon ihr pi'uplt1, a (t'""' ntiiiiy nre innvlti mil in li t a jfiul ninny nthfrs move In, Do you know thnt your town rontiilii (hi1 Hiii'kI Surilinrii in nil this hind Mut iiln't lliry h,ird to fiiult llmiixlif If I ntn furttinnti' nuuyli to ul tfnd the coiu i-tt Wi'iliii'sdny nnd Thtirsdiiy nights I will write 1111 account of it to the Stah, n 1 hour it Is to In- quite fntrrluinintf 1 I U'ltrn tin hoimv Is hfiitilil'iilly di'toriiti'd. Well, it is milling, tin- rrirki-t lire hrginniiifj 11 sereniide, the hour is lute nnd us I intrnd going to the wedding to-morrow I think it proper to tar slln sir Ink snl t-n, Tn Isy ins dtisii to sIh-p, snil thsn Awnlts, snil to ths wwMlna: an; Ws all llks woMlua: nks, rn kn. (18) Rkcuna. An Old Slims; Vhrnn llevlrrd. The days of the sere and yellow loaf have come, when the anoma lous spectacle of a man sporting an improved ulster and an unim proved straw hat is soon on our streets, and the nveragc gamin has therefore revived the an cient hut ever startling cry of "shoot that hat." The poor victim of the gamin's insolence has but one recourse. Any thought of re taliation is out of the question. lie cannot with dignity appeal to n policeman for protection. The only means of escape is that pre sented by the open doors at Martin Cohen's hat store, at 219 Main street, where he will find no diffi culty in removing the cnuse of his discomfiture. NOTICE. All those indebted to the under signed, or to L. C. Ualch, arc re quested to come forward and settle, as the businasR of the firm must be wound up. aw. Ualcii & Raixwatkr. i;,0,000 Work. Fifteen thousand dollars worth of goods, embracing clothing. boots nnd shoes, ladies and Misses goods, notions, gents furnishing goods, &c, at cost for CASH at Ballentine & Son's. 10-22-71 J. Greencwald offers his entiic stock of Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Groceries, such as Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Flour etc, etc. at prime cost. The reason, on the first of Janu- s a i ary, 1 nave to give possession 01 the house which I am now in and will give full attention to the Mil- inery business. rROPKssoR Tick predicts the following weather for next week s "12th to 16th, clouding, threaten ing weather, with rain storms in localities; i6thand 17th, clear or fair ; 18th to 2 1st, clouding, threat ening weather, with heavy storms of wind, rain and snow, according to latitude." fall l. . Having occasion to call at the hardware-house of Mr. J. P. Ryan one day this week we were really surprised to find such a complete stock on hand. Mr. Ryan has just got in a very large stock of glasswara which he says will have to go like all the other goods in Sardis 1 "cheap for cash." If you want any kind of work tfrne that a tinner Can do Mr, Kennedy will do It promptly and nicely. Call and see his stock whether you buy or not, NOTICE, The present business of G, W, B.-dlentina & Son must ba closed up and all persons indebted to said firm will please come forward and settle tt once, and save coat, as longer indulgence cannot be r u, ! ,fi,,, r I4 I'.a w I ' H-t'f Ik" I .. .1 I a ia t I, a furl, I IIH is In I Ms, M!k fflfca riinn t - . S', f, 4., VVnif, iti( N'i , , i I'nf iliw first ffir ts,iVs, U 1 li 'fH!'"l Hill !r-i.lr ,.fflf MlriiMil i ftliti-lk "I'mrul" (i,r ln )'. 11 I III I'fl'tilll III I,I4 Jj.lltl. ,l ,'tS; Vmk 1 s,,fn tuy S't "I'M nilnfs fty f"f N pnrm finti.iiiili ntiil in tlrimi-iil il, On,. tlniij 4 n r. l-ill I hi' 1 ininil viilc, fi r In' In filili'it In fr'lslrl, Iml mIih Mill S.IV In 1 iitinnf gi'l inm rinlf (M iiMirsi (hi' i l,ilnifiil(i "llting" ifi.it Is t!'iiii lift III III" Wlilti' lliitlsc III w iiirpi'ls, fif,iiiig, fiitiiiiiiri' up. hiiUlerfil In old i'mIiI, r -or 1 ! f t if . nnd oilier r.itiiiti ih'liiiU of I"mii- lilii ulliiii, niiiy h ive imlhlng In tic Mlth n pi'tinmirhl foiiiuli' nt 1 upmil, llnl Ihi ii-riitt.il Inlori'st l.iki ti hy lite IVmiilcitl III the lit'W Illal.ilLi. linn of tho ulil mmislnii wiuilil srottl, lit li iisl, In Itiilit iili' lli.lt ho know siitiielhitig nliniit ninnil ilo riinitinti, nml the iTslliflii' In lit. monts, of the Ikhiii' uf, well lot in say tho lC,enillve of 11 groat rtii Hon. lYrhiips ho will live nlniic fur throo yours mid I'mir ttnnili in thoMU silentliil liall-i nml hixurinus hntiiliiiiH, but it is tho innst in.ti proprluti' enve fur 1111 niuhoiito that Sutan over invontoil. Furni ture hns boon ordored from New as 1 01 k ami is expcctoil that every thing will be completed, nnd the mansion ready for occupancy, by the 20th inst. The Fast Room, with which visitors to the Capitol are most familiar, will he refurnish ed throughout, and the wood-work will be carved in modern and elegant designs. All the Government Depart monts are being repaired und placed in proper condition for the winter. Hut it is not the Govern niont alone that is laboring to im prove the National sent of govern ment, and prepare it for the thous ands of visitors who come every winter to spend a few days, or few months, in Washington, to engage in its fashionable gayeties j to view its historic nnd architectu ral monuments ; to see its art col lections ; and, especially, to hear, in the two legislative halls of the Capitol some men who, though living, are historic. Such nre the power and facilities of the press that men and history arc given as it Were, by instantaneons photo graphy, to dwellers in hamlets, and our public men may see the judgment of posterity in the criti cism or the praise reflected from the factory, the farm house, nnd the miner's camp. To return from this digression I began to write something about the private im provements nnd the growth of the city. Real estate agents say thnt such nctiviry has not been known here for several years. There nre at this time fewer houses vacant than ever before, and ull houses situated in desirable localities are readily rented nt prices ranging from rive to ten per cent, in ad vance of the prices current last year. 1 lie class ol nouses sought, too, arc of a higher order than those in demand last season. The north-west section ol the city seems to lead, though in Georgetown and on Capitol Hill the demand is steady and the prices a little in advance of last year. So great is the demand for residences in the north-west section that many, still uncompleted, are already rented. Durini the past year a larger number of substantial dwellings have been erected than in any sea son for years. The outlook for building next, season is bright, and argues well for tho advance ment of the Capitol of the country.- We are determined to sell out our Dry Goods and Groceries by the first of January, at prime cost. J. Ohkbnewald. Bohm & Co, will sell Alpaca ql shades at 15c. A tii poekogs) at - tACK-OW AUGHT fn of charge For sale by R. I1. Jenkins. MARRIED On the 10th inst., in the Methodist church at Batcs- ville, Miss., by Rev. R. II. Cro sier, .Mr. Howard Harris, of Cold- water, and Mis. Kau) May Potts of Batesvtllo, J, ureenewald will tell you a a goods at prime cost for the cash. Many lose their beauty from the hair falling or fading, Parker's Hair Balsam lupptiai necessary nourishment, prevents falling and grayness and ia gn elegant dress t . t 11 1. I I 1 l r !'. 1 I IX I., l, -i' ill I'll. ,.1 f ! 1 ,i li- ll I till I. . sink, r.vt.J llsl.'Kl, Mm li fltl'ff!iM,f i f ,... f,lf 1 " I " b 11 III , iifnl "i'f'i'j nil lt, 1 fite.li.i . rif! .. U , fl I M..fi ,,11,1 I I, I,-, in. I Ins is situ ly 4 Mli.r 1 I l-'S tmc, mnl I viil siy, ri).tllv ti lIlC I l.lltlif l.lllll il, 11 ll, ,11, II ill ll.i M"fl 1. 1 ',, VI If, I III il llll I" lllf,llll(,'l (uf .-IIM', (,'lii s,-, Iii, A, In,, lt, I'l Nut lllllll f , S nil ll IV' sis ll.lt S in lite tily nt t limn nu ,,,iy imm ynil Hlsli lima I iiltipi'lliltg linlil' lii n fiiiin linigi-r 1I1 in il y will,, I Ills I im tfy 1 1 i f 1 tiMiiiit" (lull pt'l'l'le mr pi n i d 1 11,11 In likr surdiMi s In ii tin ni, n, ,,,. ( tit)' liiS Mill) It Imivo III tl't (.lilril In l'Ih' p.ilisl'.it linn. I luito iilin iin.iiiui'il tvifli M il, A, J, Kn.tpp, Tii ki t Agoni M, ft T, M, U,, lnr 11 voty low mio, ho. twoiii Si'ttitti iia mnl (fniiiiili, mnl liikoH tun ho pun hifi-il In mi oilhor ol lltose piiinls In Now Or. loans unit rrliirn, good until Ho. comber 4th, 5 p. nt., leaving Now Orli'.ins. At tin following low rati-s : From Sonatobia to Now Orleans mnl n im 11. $8. mi lomo mnl roluin, 7,801 Sardis mnl return, $7.50; HatesvilUt und return, $7.05 1 Ciiiii ll.nul uml M'tin ii, $6. Ho j l'oios und return, $0.711 1 Harrison mi l return, $6.35 1 Oak land nnd return, $fi.ioj Tillatobn ami return, $5,801 Garner und re turn, $5.65-, Hardy mid return, $S..,o. Those wishing to go afong the M. & T. R. R. will have to come to Grenada on the regular passen ger train on the evening of the 28th, and the morning of the 29th of November leaving Grenada, 6 :;o o'clock, it. in., nnd arriving in New Orleans at 6 o'clock, p. m., in time for nil the iiiuuseinont.s in the city. Arrangements have boon made with the Hotels for board ut $1.50 per day, so you can nt once see that it requires but a very small sum of money to visit the groat metropolis of the south. Any young lady or gentleman vvho thinks thay can get me up a club of 5 or 10 (for which I will be glad to present to them a compli mentary,) I w ill be glud to hear from them. For further information ad dress Thomas N. Avkhy. Canton, Mips Or npply to McCrackcn and Farthing, Sardis, Miss. For Suit. On easy terms a house nnd lot in tin; town of Hatesvillc. It is 11 ga)d property well situated and we will sell a bargain in it. If not sold by the 1st of January it will be for, rent. Address A.J. & C. L.IIikt. Courtland Miss. Nov. 4 till Jan. 1st. OREGON O BITTERS. For indigestion and dyspepsia. For snle by nil druggists. Oregon C. Bitters for torpid liv er and constipation. Oregon C. Bitters will cure chills and fever. Oregon C. Bitters is the greatest discovery of the age. It is abso lutely a substitute for calomel and quinine. I lie doctors prescribe it everywhere. For stile in Sardis by Williams & Co., Henderson Bros, and R. P. Jenkins. 6-i8-6m An old lady writes us t "I am 65 years old and was feeble and nervous all the time,when I bought a bottle of Parker's Ginger Tonic. have used a little more than one bottle and feel as well as at 30, and am sure thnt hundreds need ust such a medicine." See adv, Is bringing the Prickly Ash isrrrp.R beloro the public, we claim that it is one of the best rem edies extant for the prevention and cure of all diseases arising from a disordered Liver. By using them according to directions they will keep the system in a strong, heal thy condition, and prevent any miasmatic influence- Ask your druggist for them. Price $1.00 per bottlo. ' 10.3 l-At Join the SoirniERd MirrvAt Aid AssoctATtoM for young men Minimum benefit $480.00, tnaxi mum $2 00.00. I loadquartcrs at West Point. MUs, Indorsed by the beat men in the State. For In. formation and term address the undersigned at Courtland, Miss. J. L. Knox, Oct, 8, '8t. Gen. Agt. IO-!$-tf, t.- l,f I ( 1 I 1 I .ll. I ! ' I If .., j,, l I "if trUll ''"I ill f d ! !fli f ' i-iimon I f l.i ll.i' i,.a 'Mir i w urn,, stifi. r. ,t,i)(( , ,, ( ri(j n( 11 1 11 ) i!n ik u i,, ,,,, ,k ,,1 1 it I ,l ff a fr, (l,l,, f , ,,, I li., im ik, , i, , ,, I'll ,i( (.in,- ft, ll m! M y,,!,!,, it "'!,, ,,,, 1 .1 ,, f ,,! , , t mill n In l mi, I In 1I1I, I,, il,,. 1 "('of tint! likr 111, lift, . j .r. fl I ill s ,!, ,i IM,. H , ,,,( I'lr.M.llil ii Hi,. ,I(.( nit, I I ll,,, I'lrn lli(i. 1,1 mil' of ll,,- f,,, , mid li f.ilinlv I'lifsii ),HH ,li, Hlirl"l III Hid I Mill ll ,k.',ili 'I, Molij i i r,vln f,. ni , , t r,i $ Imiil,., NO I'll I; I tmn Hie null ,' Oi I., 1N, f, . ., l, J,y, I HH J goiniiiio Km k ,ipijiig W'tli r will III- slliiH ll III I llsllillM'IS hv I. Hi iV t'n., ol H.iili v s'iiu4s, Ala., nt 1I10 lolliiwtiig mil' 1 11 (illli'iM In anil ,.f ....III 1 n ., ( it, H un,' 1. Ill 11 I'll, ,1 si ISI I U 1 1 1 - .1 - In .Mill , 11,111. 1, ,. , ,11, ,, 1 ,f S imp 1 m i. lill, il si 1 n 1, ifulliiit. Ill kIii-s ImiIIU-. f r,,, Uonsoiialilo freight ,iml ikpross 1 ittos mo givi n by nil tailriniils. This water has been known fur nearly lifty yours as 11 surf rui f lor ilynpopsin, a him r euro fir dis i iise ill tho kidneys uml bladder, it sure etui fur si rol'iilous iillet timis n llu-bones or skin, 11 sure nine lor ull curable cimes of dropsy und a in lniii destroyer of the ten idle thirst lor intoMcuting drink that ovrrvonioa so many worthy reso- luiions. Deprive 11 ilniitkanl of his dram lor tin 00 days mnl meitn while give him nlonly of Rock Spring wu'.er and he wont want the whisky. Don't you think its worth trying? If you do drop it postal to Kllis & Co. It costs but n cent. A cough, coltl or sore throat should be stopped. Nouloct fre- iniently results in an incurable lung disease or consumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches are certain to give relief in Asthma, Bronchitis, Ctuighs.Cutarrh, Consumptive and Throat diseases. For 30 years the Troches have been recommended by physician, and nlwnys give perfect satisfaction. They arc not new or untried, but hnvtiiL' been tested b , wide and constant use for marly an entire generation they have attained well merited rank among the few staple reme dies of the ul'c. l'ublic speakers und singers use them to clear and strengthen the voice. Sold ut 25 cents a box everywhere. nov27y the uzxm Why I. V. Harper's NHson County Wills ky is prvfirn-d above all other brands is be cus It is the moat regular and most per feet product, Inconleslalily ever made. Long experience in Uie manufacture of the I tar per, the large capital of the distiller which enahli-a him to holj his whisky until it ha fully matured, together with the fai t thnt the whisky ia bought hy and shipped lo us, di rift from the distillery, arrmints for the un rivaled satisfaction It has given to those best educated to fine whiskey. J, C. Baixii sole aenl, Sardis, Mist, 'Z-il ly WHOLESALE t fl'Slf tM(,rl f I Having greatly increased our space, we open the season utitk improved facilities for handling ovr growing jobbing business. We show the best and most complete assorted lines of goods- suitable to the trade of this season. We guarantee $ur pries as low as SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO CASH AND SOT-Tir.I C:YT MENKEN BROS. Our Wholesale Soot and Shoe Department will be found worth' of inspection. We carry an immense stock of desirable goods, 1' v. n fi Bjiun 1 1. a.. ajt su.'- w wniui fir, rj, r,, jxibf mwnver WA Ii PAPER Jc PAINTERS' SUPPLY nOU JOSEPH TAQGr, ' Dealer In Trench ni American WALL PAPER, Paint, Oils, White Lead, Glass, Puttr, Painters' Supplies tad Artists' Materials, Nt. SIS Mala Street, Detwen ml GifoM, lemiklf, Twacui House, Slipi ansl Ornamental Painting Promptly attended t fij-IO-tltSi W.8. Bruce. Joseph Bracts W. S. BRUCE Cl CO., Doaloro ixx earpiccc rtnincR inn wannv uitnwiit. vsiHaiaaiu nvar - 11 mwvai h an ear n m mm iron, woodwork, paints, VaUinKx:3, HoS. SI aid St Voir Street, Memphis, t.MJi . Tcnucccc 3S3T pTaTg'KTXm XSe?. k-j-B-i7mrjns qo, Mass hll saw ssq Paslsrla Saddles, Harness, Dridlc3,7L!;:.C . No. 2571 Kain St C;;zz C. 4 " Memphis, - - , s.w wws MiisiH skj m o-sw - . mum, tit'Hi: Ufa i n t" i vr ,!-, t ,f,,ti Ar ,1 1 !; -.ff,f,,t(S1.),,! ,,, t :v i,t,ii, Awl il if.ftiir.iist ,, fm t, f ,, Muff., !.. v , , ,s,(, I'-f II if,' 1. fit, Hfi'l wi'llmit ili-jiiil. .riKiri,,! linilfM n f,, p j MAKKNO MhTAKr.f Wi- in u-iisl ii,iy ri'i riving hfW, il. -Irtliht Mml ofi4on,ihM FAH HUH In ainpla and (nry Uy i','U, vfl.li li, os) rij ii, rr( .n d. 1 linn mill f ivufiililn itirilini(', '"' fiiibhil lo 1. ttd will i. lowrf tliuft lliimi' vvho lnirp on -tn tifl" On Ir fi tnit'iiil si.., k n iii, Our old pulrnni, srnl ilia puhhc gr'ni r. nlli, ami pnrtli nlitrly 'tMn viMiMNUTiiiarrY! We will nguln siiri lliui Boiwlih. stiiiiiliug our Inti-mion t't rrinnin lu re iiinl tnnliiiiii! In the sumn hn of htishisisa, we r annul and a ill not ho tihdersnld by any dtir, no mntli r what ihip-trtip dmlg" thry tiiiiy resort lo. Cull and be con vltued. Two hundred pietrs worstitl hoss goniN, h nil shades, nt worth i cents nor vartf. 100 0 lieces huir strips', 4ic worth lu: per yurd. Jtxi ploies double fold i iimise poplin, in ull shades, lo worth ,15c per yard. Fine bluck cashmeres very cheap. zlthyr; ZLTimi! All ut 5c per ounce. KID GLOVES. KIDGLOVlCSt Seventj'-fiye dox. 3-btitton Kii gloves So, worth 75c a pair. I5. dozen black kid gloves at the un approachable low price of ioc worth 50c a pair. ClllSAP, VERY CHEAPf One hundred pieces dark prints or 25 yards tor $1.00 1 15 pieces genuine cheviot, 10c worth 20c per year loo pieces water-. proof in bluck, brown and navy blue, 50c, worth $1.00 a yard. STILL CHEAPER T ' Kiftv Ari9jn m.nta iinlniinrlrinft shirts, all sizes, only 35c ench 5c dozen gent's unlaundricd shirt at. 50c worth 85c each. CAKPKTS, OIL-CLOTHS MATTrNC9k at all prices. All or any of our goods may be ordered C. O. D, from u. " DEJACII 4 BRASH. 271 & 273 Main DargalM. Dont wait but call at once, at Bullentine & Son's you can get a, bargain at cost for cash. 10-22-71. DRY GOODS. 1 1 any market vj invjirm yivu Br-Mu 6,!. Is sssrsf ki sssUsss Mi. j granted. ing.