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OFK'CE—In the Daly Building,upstairs IlKOOIall A A lv\ H INK., THURSDAY. NOV. 18th, 1875. T. ocal Nows. Cknnh Directory. Baptist Church—Services hold first and third Sabbaths by Rev. E. C. Eager. Sun day School at nine o’clock every Sabbath , morning. Methodist Church—Regular services ev ery Sabbath by Rev. II. R. Singleton. Sunday School at nine o’clock every Sab , batn morning. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at half past seven. Presbyterian Church—Services held on the third Sabbath in each month by Re*. J. Woodbridge. Sunday School every Sabbath morning at half pa-t nine o’clock. Singing in the evening at three. Catholic Church — Services held first and second Sabbaths by bather Dutt) around tows. The big sliovv to-morrow. If business is dull advertise freely. If you don't take Tint Lkdckk call and subscribe at otiee I,adieu, have your visiting cards print ed at this office. Mr. R. S. Coleman has been admitted to the practice of law. A scaffold is being erected in f.ont of tiie Market House for the tire alarm bell. A passenger on the South-bound train had bis ft ot msgl e 1 Monday morning. In the way of amusement tlrnokhaven has been dull all fall. What say you. Harry Tibbs and Rob!. Perkins, to a dramatic entertainment ? A prayer meeting will lie held in the I’reahyterian Church to-morrow night. Itev. .1. Woodbridge will preach here Sunday morning and evening. The county Supervisors were in ses sion Monday last. Nothing of impor tance was done. The day was princi nuti, mo in tnnkin? allowances. Jo. I,. Meade, Esq., of the Westville News, shed the light e( his countenance upon ns Monday. -To. looks like a man about to commit matrimony. We learn that at a meeting ot the Trustees of Whitworth College, held on the 13th, the Board decided to have an additional building erected during next summer. Business men of Brookhaven, rail at this office and have your bill heads, let ter heads and cards printed. All our jobs arc executed in the rest style. Send on your jobs. There are a few men living within this vicinity that have not yet subscribed for The Ledger. As this is the season of reformation, they should at once come forward and subscribe. Mr. 1*. Quertermons’ restaurant lias been fitted up in elegant style. Meals will be furnished at any hour of day or night. He will accept our thanks fora splendid slipper. Friends are useful, at least Sylvester Brown should think so. Bather than let him pine away in a dark, damp cell, they made n bond, and allowed him to once more breathe the pure air ot heaven. The circulation of The Ledger is rap. idly increasing. It is now taken by al most every family in the county, and it is the medium for our merchants to ad vertise iu. 1’ut your goods before the public, if you wish to sell them. Capt. -I. I). Burke, late of the llazle hurst Democrat, has purchased the Citi zen office, and will publish it as an as-J ricultiirai. Democratic-Conservative pa- j per. Ilf! Im s luul eonsiuei ame experi ence as ail editor, ami will puiilish a go-ill paper. We welcume him in our midst and w isli liim great success. An unfortunate shooliug affray oc curred here Friday night* the 12tli ins!. Ike Cope and Jo. Storm were in Ciias. Ileilek's store; Cope, it seems, te isc i star a about some matter to a deglee bevond endurance. Storm told him to stop, but lie persisted. Storm then dre v a pistol and shot Cope in tiie lett leg, t he ball passing through it, inflicting a pain ful wound. Storm -vas arraigned before the Mayor last Saturday, and gave a bond of two hundred dollars for his appearance at the Circuit Court. Our Business Men. There is no town in the State that lias n better class of business men than ours. Our merchants, especially, are thorough-going gentlemen, and conduct their business upon the strict principles of integrity. They sell their goods at the most reasonable prices and give the farmer about as much for his cotton as it would bring in New Orleans. No place on the railroad can offer greater inducements to purchasers than Rrook- 1 haven. Everything our people need can ' be had here, and at bottom figures. There is considerable competition among the merchants, And while goods can be bought at a slight advance upon cost, the best prices can be obtained on cotton. We w.mld here advise our country friends to bring forward their cotton, as there is no prosp°ct for an advance in price. Noth ing can be made by holding cotton back. For the past few weeks the receipts have been light, compared to last year, still the price does not advance, Bring it to mar ket. purchase what you need, and help to < mane limes ueuei. The Itight Man. Mr. Jas. Hall has been appointed Com missioner of Lincoln county for the Agri cultural and Industrial Exposition to be held in New Orleans on the 26th of Feb ruary, 1876. Parties desiring to exhibit products at the Exposition should confer with Mr. Hull. His address is Boguechit to. It is the purpose of the Board of Commissioners to make a thorough expo sition of the agricultural and mechanical products of the Southern States, Mexico and Central America, but it will be open to competitors throughout the country. Am plo arrangements have been made for the transportation of all goods and visitors from all sections at reduced rates. Job Work. Our job office is new and complete, and we are prepared to do any kind of work at city prices. We propose to do better work than any office between Jackson and New Orleans. Unless we do this no charge will be made fof jobs that are executed. If you want business cards, wedding cards, visiting cards, letter heads, note heads, bill heads, statements, bills of lading, envel opes, posters, pamphlets, circulars, briefs, Jtlanks, or any kind of printing. Send your orders to The Ledger job office, and we guarantee satisfaction. All orders received from a distance will have prompt aWen+i-'T , «• 1 •- - 1 * • • m RAILROAD ACCIDENT. Three Cars Thrown From the Track Several Persons Wounded. Last Tuesday morning an accident oc curred to the South-bound mail train, two miles this side of Wesson, immediately op posite the residence of Col. A. M. Wesson. Three cars, one coach and two slee|>erH, were thrown from the track, and eight or ten persons wounded. The accident was caused by the breaking of a rail. Imme diately after the accident, aurgeons from this place went up and dressed the wound ed. We could only get a partial list of the names: M. O. Allen, from Rochester, N. Y„ was badly injured; Mt%. J. II Oglesbe, of Koaicusko, Miss., sustained some slight injuries; 1. Zadick, of New Orleans. S. E. Dudly, of Port Gibson, Miss., received painful wounds; Mr. Geo. Ceylor, of New York, and J. li. Harris, Esq , of Cincinnati were slightly injured ; a lady of New Orleans was also slightly bruised ; a German of Amite City, whose name we could not learn, was injured prob ably worse than any one else. The train was detained about two hours. • - - • - A Good Showing. We publish below a list of merchants doing business at this place. It can not fail to convey to the mind of the public that Brookhaven is a considerable town, and enjoys a tine trade. All the parties named below have received new stocks, which they will sell at the lowest price. S. Parr, lamily groceries and general merchandise. M. Eewenthal. eeneral merchandise. C. K. Ilarvev, dry goods ami groceries. Bosky A Bro , general merchandise. L. A1cu8 & Co., general merchandise. .S. F. Smurr, dry goods and family gro ceries. P. Becker A Son, domestic and fancy dry goods, groceries, etc. Perkins Bros., hardware, furniture, lime, etc. A. Maxwell, drinks for the thirsty. II. Lewenthal, groceries and confection eries. Daughtry & Smvlie, drugs, paints, oils and stationery. It. B. Withers & Co., general merchan dise and plantation supplies. F. M. Martin & Co., drugs, oils, station ery, etc. C. Ahrams, general merchandise. J. W. Martin, Jr., A Co., dry goods and groceries. K. W. Millsaps, everything needed by the people. il. Priebalsch, staple and fancy dry goods. L. Lewenthal, domestic dry- goods and groceries. L. Prince, stoves and tinware. Krauss A Levy, dry goods, ladies’ and gentlemen's clothing, etc. Miss D. II. Mikell, millinery and fancy articles. Chas. Ileuck, dry goods, groceries and notions. J. B. Nick, notions, dry goods, etc. T. IT. Skehan, whiskies and family sup plies. J. K. Nevin, dry goods, fancy articles, etc. Peter Lueich, confectioneries, fish, oys ters, wines and whiskies. K. Pfeifer, one of the most complete stocks of dry goods, dress goods, notions, .i. . r..i an Storm A Son, general merchandise. Ike Cope, wines, brandies, whiskies. Hartman & llro., fancy dry goods, gro ceries, etc. M. Flood, dry good and groceries. H N. Sclinorrenburg, candy made by himself, baker’s bread, etc. Thos. Cuming, saddles, bridles and liar-! ness. J. X. Schwall, boots and shoes. II. Brill, boots and shoes. H. A. Johnson, harness, bridles and saddles. Win. Absliagen, dress boots and shoes. C. P. Bolian, fashionable tailor. Hobbs tiSon, watchmakers and jewelers. Mr. 1 saacs, tailor and dealer in clothing. | — — •m -- Legal Sales. Dr. J. W. Bennett will, on the 18th day of December, sell the property of the Jno. Daly estate. January 10th, 1870, Alex. McNair, Trustee, will sell lots nine, ten, eleven and twelve, lying in Brookhaven. lv'bt. Hart, Mattie Hart, Henrietta Hart and Kddy Hart, of Texas, are cited to' appear at the next term of the Circuit Court, to be held here on the first Monday in January. In Boguechitto, bn Monday, December 6th, J. M. Buckley, Commissioner, will sell the north-west quarter of section 24, township 5, range 7. In Meadville, on Monday, December 6th, F. J, Whitley, Commissioner, will sell a part of sections 33, 38. 39 and 40, in L.u'njliin raniro 1 Past KlliH 1;Lr 1CiH I V ing in Franklin county. J. M. Buckley, Commissioner, will, on Monday, December the 6th, sell lots one, two, three and four, square twenty-three, in Brookhaven. -- >Tau ted. Regular correspondents at Meadvil'c, Mouticello, Summit, Boguechitto, Mont gomery, Wesson, Beauregard, Hazlehurst, and all other places in the four adjoining counties where an item can be found. We want to publish everything occurring, that would be of interest to the public, and ask our friends to furnish us all the news of their sections. Especially do we desire to publish all marriage and death notices. Help us to make The Ledger the best lo cal paper in the State. -—m-— Largest Club. Mr. S. P. McRee, of Caseyville, has sent the largest club of subscribers that has yet been received to The Ledger'. Sev eral other parties have also sent in large clubs, and we hear of several others that will send in soon. Our premiums are such that parties who get up clubs will be well paid. Read the premiums offered on first page, and go to work. Give us the circulation and we promise a good paper. .. ■ ■■ —-» - Certainly Elected. From the returns in, H. Cassedy, Jr., is shown to have been elected District At torney in this District by the timall majority of four thousand. Mr. Cassedy is a good lawyer, and makes a first-class officer. The interest of the State will be carefully pro tected while in his hands. Sew Advertisements. A. Brouaseau & Sou, of New Or leans, the most extensive carpet and curtain dealers in the South, have a large advertisement in to-day’s paper. As they deal only in those goods, they can afford to sell them low down. Read their advertiaament, and it in need ol anything In their line, send them an order. When in New Orleans, and you desire to spend a pleasant evening, go the Varieties Theater. There you will see the best ami purest dramas, performed by the leading stars. See the advertisement of the managers. if you are so unfortunate as to need the services of lawyers, call on^hris man & Thompson. They stand at the head of their profession. Head their card. We call the attention of merchants to the advertisement of A. Balawin & Co., dealers in hardware. This is one of the lew New Orleans houses liberal cuough’to spend money in so liciting your trade through the pub lic journals, and should receive your orders. They keep everything in the hardware line, and better and more accommodating men do not live. Ira«le with them. See the card of Mine. Rosa Rcynoir, dealer in French millinery. Her hats and bonnet-* are from the most cele brated Paris and New York houses, while her Berlin Zbyhyrs and worst ed goods are of the latest styles and the most exquisite workmanship. Our lady readers should glance over Mine. Reynoir’s advertisement. Vecehini & Mariano, the leading oyster men of New Orleans, have a card in to-day’s paper. They will till all orders sent them, from re sponsible parties. The St. Janies Hotel is one of the leading houses of New Orleans, and, under its present able management, can not fail to attract the attention ol the public. \Vc tak pleasure in rec ommending it. The Show To-morrow. The Atlanta Herald says of Howe’s, Great London Circus and Sanger’s Men agerie that-will exhibit here to-morrow: It exhibited to an immense and delighted audience in Atlanta, yesterday afternoon j and evening This paper only gives ex pression to the general verdict that this is j by long odds the best, most complete and most extensive establishment of tlie kind that ever had enough ability and enterprise to visit the State of Georgia. Ibis very excellent combination of first class amuse- | ments is owned and managed by gentlemen j who value their reputation, and they have j ..ustlmilirl v eft 111 tn Illlt Il() statements of what they proposed to do which they weie not abundantly ample to perform to the letter. The four thousand people that crowded the pavilions of Howe’s great combination yesterday, will all hear witness that Col. 1'. 1». loole, the general director of the publications, has been within bounds in all that he has to say nn the subject—in fact he could have said a great deal more in extolling the merits ol [his great show, and still preserved his well-earned fame as one of the most relia ble, trustworthy and business-like advance agents tiiat it has ever been our pleasure to meet. The manager is also a thorough gentle man, understands his business and gives re markable tone and efficiency to hiscompany. The grand street pageant of Howe’s Great London Circus, yesterday afternoon, by its splendor and magnitude, formed an event which few have seen equalled in any city —it was immense, and won the warmest encomiums from every one who saw it, and it was probably seen by every one in the jity and bv thousands fiom the surrounding coimtrv. The procession was nearly a mile iu length, and was matte up of an array of attractions which of themselves were worth a good price to see. It will be impossible, in our limited space, to particularize the various features of this street pageant. Those who witnessed it will hear us out it) the asserth'ii that it was the grandest ever seen in this city. Not only the menagerie, hut also the circus, is worthy the patronage of otir peo ple, as it delights, interests and entertains in a manner at once proper and elegant. In, fact, we neither saw nor heard anything, during the entire arenic exhibition, that could offend the feelings of the most re fined or modest lady. The clowns, three in number, were jolly, rollicking fellows whose wit was as liberal in expenditure as it was liberal in its character. The general management of the entire establishment is systematic and business like. From the manager down to the lowest subordinate there is a quiet gentle manly demeanor utterly at variance with our pre-conceived ideas of circus men. No drunkenness, nor swearing, nor boister ous conduct or language is heard from any of the attaches. Take it all in all, it is one of the finest and mostcompletc affairs of its kind we ever witnessed. Tlic Career of Andrew Johnson. This statesman and patriot has passed iwair, but his deeds will live after him. What a commentary is his fame on the idvantages of an American citizen! Un_ ettered and unaided, relying upon himself, lie advanced step by step from the lowest _ .1 1 ? i_a <Iia aauon iii . jift of the American people. All this was accomplished by unswerving integri :y, dauntless courage, and persevering re icarch. I5y the exercise of these principles, it is in the power of any poor and friend less boy to attain the same grand result. I'he same success is attainable in the com mercial world as in the political, as is proven in the case of Dr. Tutt’s Standard Preparations. lie, conscious of their val ue, labored patiently,and to-day no medi cine has taken so firm a hold on the public estimation as his Liver Pills. They stand an the topmost round of the healing lad der. Novi 8-2 w Persons going to New Orleans could not find a better place to stop than the City Hotel. It is located in the heart of the city, convenient to business, and kept in splendid style. The table can not be excelled by any. Under Messrs. Mumford & Watson’s care guests will receive the best attention. Kates per day two dollars and fifty cents. Thanks. A correspondent writes: “With the first number of The Ledger, I wanted to thank you for the pleasure its perusal afforded me, acd each succeeding one has proved itself worthy as its prede cessor.” Married, At the residence of the bride’s father, Col. G. W. Williams, on the evening of the 10th inst., by Eld. II. M. Long, Dr. S. Legett and Miss Sallie Williams—all of Simpson county. IIROOKHAYEN RETAIL MARKET. CORRECTED WEEKLY. Axes—*1 on to $1 25. Bacon—Clear Hides, <7c. “ Shoulders, XI to 12JjC “ Hams. 17yi to 18c. Bagging—per yard 15 to 17 Iron Ties—per pound 7e. Butter—Country, 25c. Western,35 to 40c. Bran—Wheat, per 100 lbs 2 no to 2 25. Beef—retail 8 to 12^c. Cotton—per pound II to 12c. Coffee—per pound 20 to 28c. Corn—per bushel 75c. Chickens—per dozen 250 to 325. • Corn Meal—per bushel 100. Domestics—Brown, 10 to 12c “ Bleached, 8 to 14c. Fgg9—20r. Floui_pel barrel 7 50 to 9 00. Fodder— 75 c. Hay—75c e. 1 roil—7 to 10c. Lard—per pound IS to20c. Molasses—per gallon 05 to 75. Mackerel—per kit 1 75 to.i)t. Nails—per pound 6 to 7t$e. Oats—lnO. Pork—Mess, per barrel 28 00. “ Country, per pound 8 to lOe. Prints— 8 to 10 e. Peas— 75 to 1 00. , Potatoes—Sweet, 75c. •• 1 rish. 2 25 to 3 00. Plows— 4 50 to ll)5o. Salt—per suck 2 on to 2 25, Sugar--per pound II to 13. Shingles— 3 50 to 4 00. 1 U1KC.VS-1 Oil 111 1 3.1 fill'll. Tobaei-o—per pound 55 to 1 09. Whisky—per gallon 1 75 to500 Wugo.ts— $75 to $100. Tef.tii extracted without pain by use of “Liquid Nitrous Oxyde gas,” bv Dr. Watts No danger in taking it. - _ • * i- • - - After this date we will sell beef at from five to ten cents per pound. We guarantee our meat to be superior to any sold in Brookhaven. Call and see for yourself. W1TTIE & COCETA, Go to L. Lewenthal’s and purchase your family groceries. As he deals only in do mestic dry goods and family groceries, lie can afford to sell cheaper than anybody. All operations on the teeth painless. Having a Dental Engine teeth can be ex cavated and filled without pain and in one half the time it usually takes to till them. Call at Dr. Watt’s office. —_.-w Finest quality of material for filling ICClil) junv umnu, " . ment known to the profession. I guaran tee all work to be first-class, and at low prices. Call at niv office and have your teeth saved. S. V. Watts. Read This. As I lost my store goods and books by the fire of Thursday morning, 4th Nov., and having no insurance whatever, I earnest ly call on all owing me to come forward and settle their accounts at once. I am com pelled to settle with niv creditors, and unless those owing roe promptly respond to this 1 will he greatly embarrassed. Friends, I have been very lenient with you, and trust you will help me. I have just moved in my old store on Monticello street, and will soon have in store a new stock of stoves and tinware suited to the trade. L. I’KINCE. Brookhaveu, Nov. 11, 1S75. 4t Condensed Time of the Louisville & Gt. Southern RAILROAD LINE. Condensed Time, September 19, 187.>. No. 2 No. 4 No. 6 Daily Daiiv Daily. Lv Memphis 12 3o pm 4 oo am ft oo pm Ar Brownsville 3 30 pm 7 ol am S 1ft pin Humboldt 4 ftO pm « IB am » 3ft pm Ar Milan ft 40 pm 9 00 am 10 20 pm Lv Milan ft oo pm 9 in am 10 30 pm 1 McKenzie 7 oft pm 10 0ft am 11 31 pm Paris 8 oft pin 10 ftft am Clarksville 1145 pm 2 27 pm Guthrie 12 35 am 3 00 pm Russellville 1 15 am 3 52 pm Bowling Urees 2 15 am 6 10 pm (ilasglow Juno 3 15 am 6 32 pm ( ave city 3 27 am 6 48 pm I.e-hanon .Junction 5 34 am 5 22 pm Cincinnati June 6 25 am I" 20 pm Ar I.ousville 7 (Kl am 10 45 pin Train No. 2 connects at Humboldt and Milan Iriun points .>011111 inereoi tot- ijiiiis- : ville; tit Cave City with stages for the Mam moth Cave; at Lebanon Junction with Knoxville and Richmond Branches; at Cincinnati Junction with L., C. & L. R. K. for the North and East; at Louisville with U. S. Mail Boats for Cincinnati and with O. A M. R’y and J.„ M. and I. R. R. for the North, East and West. Train No. 4 connects at Humboldt and Milan from the South for Louisville; at McKenzie with N., C. and St. L., R’y for the South-east; at Glasglow Junction to and from Glasglow; at Cave City to and from Mammoth Cave; at Ixmisville with L. C. and L. R. R. for the North and East. Train No. <i connects at McKenzie with N., C. and St. L. R’v for the South-east. PULLMAN PALACE CARS WITHOUT CHANGE Arc run between New Orleans and Louis ville, via Milan; Little Rock and Louis ville, via Memphis ; Memphis and Nash ville, via McKenzie. C. P. ATMOliK. Gen. P. Sc T. A"f. Oc21-lit Louisvim-b, Ky | Carpet and Curtain Warehouse.? 1 A. BROUSSEAU & SON*, f 17 . CHARTRES STREET, - - *New Orleans, - La‘ 5 < IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN a CARPETINCS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, CHINA AND|. i COCOA MATTING. TABLE AND PIANO COVERS, £ J VST ± ix ci. o w S lx a d © s. ~ S CRUMP CLOTHS,RUGS,MATS,CARKIAE,TABLE A ENAMEL OIL CLOTHS"' Curtain Materials. 3 >Laee, Reps, Damasks, Cornices, Bands, Pins, Gimps, Loops and Tassels, g " HAIR CLOTH, PLUSH, BED TICKING AND SPRINGS. ? Not19-1v_________ True Merit Speaks for Itself. AVFNTY FOUR YEARS OF UNINTERRUPTED SUCCESS OF _the celebrated— CHARTER OAK COOK I AT* STOVE. 275,000 Sold Since They Were First Introducer’ First Premium at the Louisiana State lair in 1366. t . First Premium at the Vicksburg Fair n 1869. First Premium for the Best Light Bread. ' >r the best Biscuits, hi best Corn Bread, e best Pound Cake, at the Louisiana Stale F'air, 1871 Baked in the Charter Oak on the fair grounds. PRICES MADE TO SUI T ALL. Rice Brothers & Co., 89 & 91 Camp St., Branch House 697 Magazine St. Charter Oak Rdrehons© 143, 145 and 147 Magazine Street S6TS0LE AGENTS.”®* . ... NEW ORLEANS, LA. nishiuit (loodsof every description Manufacture'! ni n.nirnt Tinned a"<1 Japan ware. —T"-1 T.ll PJi VERS, A'O TICE. Those persons who wish their taxes paid, at a considerable reduction, had better call on me, us 1 have a large amount of wai runts to dispose of. It. W. JHILLSATS. Oct.28-4t. REMOVAL! Come One, Come All ! AND SEE THE Immense New Stock OF GROCERIES, Dry Goods, CLOTHING, Hats and. Oapo, Boots and Shoes HARDWARE, CROCKERY, ETC., THAT ARE NOW BEING RE CEIVED BY p. BECKER & SON, at their new store, Under the Court House. They are determine to Sell Cheaper Than the Cheapest. Highest price paid for Cotton. Remember the place—Under the Court House. [Oc28 tf •Maxwell House, RROOKHaVEN, - - MISSISSIPPI. Mrs. C. Maxwell. Proprietress. This first-class hotel has been refitted or .the accommodation of the public, and no efforts will be spared t» make quests comfortable. Commercial Cav illers will find it to their interest to stop at this house. Terms low. [N'lltf K A1 LR< )AD DIRECTORY. O., Sit. I.. A t'. K. R. Mail Train—Going North. Leaves New Orleans - - o:.»0p. m *• Brookhaven - 12:26 a. m Arrives at Jackson - - 3:60 a. m Mail Train—Going South. Leaves Jackson - - 3:*H1 a. m •• Brookhaven - - n:40 a. ui Arrives at New Orleans - - 12:30 a. m Express i rain—uumg aui m. Leaves New Orleans - - 7:20 a. m " Brookaven - - 2:14 p.m Arrives at Jackson - - 5:00 p. in Express Train Going South. Leaves Jackson - • - 2:25 p.m •• Brookhaven - '3:10 p.m Arrives at New Orleans - - 11:30 p. in Viekshurg anil MerlUian •* CHANGE OF SCHEDULE, taking effect, Nov. the 13th, 13,4. GOING EAST, Through train leaves V ick'hurg2:30 P. M. ., >. “ Jackson 5:35 P.M. 44 44 44 Newton 9:35 p. m “ “ arrives Meridian 11:25 P. M GOING WEST, Through train leaves Meridim. 1:00 A. M. 4, 44 44 Newton 2:o0a.m. 44 *4 44 Jackson 7:25 a. m. 44 44 arrives Yickshurg 10:10 a. m. F.4 F. U A WORTH. Uen’l Supt. BItOOKIIAVBN. __ NEW COODS JUST. RECEIVED! -BY L. LEWEWTHAL, BROOKUAVEN, MISS. Domestic Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions, Boots, Shoes, fcc. STOCK FRESH AND GENUINE. Cheap Prices Doflod 2 MY STOCK EMB^VCES ALMOST EVERY ARTICLE NEEDED BY THE PEO PLE-CALL AND EXAMINE IT BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE. S. PARR, —DEALER IN— FAMILY AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES. -o I will keep on liaml and for sale AT BOTTOM FIGURES, for in hand, a full Block of GENERAL MERCHANDI^I Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Molasses. Bacon, Lard, ChoHUBBl Flour, Meal, HBH Coal Oil. Lamp Chimneys, Bagging and Ties, Confectioneries of Every Descript^^H COUNTRY FRODUCU, — — BUTTER, EGGS, POTATOES. ONIONS, DRIED FRUITS, Always in store, and everythin'/ else the market will afford. -WILL ALSO KEEP A FULL STOCK OF— S T A P L E l> R Y G O <> llBBH Don't forget the place—Daly’s old stand —next door to the post Brookhaven, Miss. Sept. CHEAPER THAN EVE^H It. 15. WITHERS & €<H BROOKHAVEN, MISS,, Are now daily receiving their immense stock of -V FALL AND WINTER DRY GOOl^H -CONSISTING OF— COTHING, BOOTS, SHOES AND HBK All of which have bought for the (.’ e-h and will he sold low doRjjJ^j p Their Stock of Men's Youths’ and Boys’ Cictl^^H D hy the Largest and Finest ever offered in this town. Their made up in the latest styles and of the very lies! Material. All (''I(H|S£?K!a sold dv them is warranted to prove as represented. Their Stock of Dry Goods, Is complete in every particular and has been selected with great care. and examine their J & CO NETT E DCINCS & NSERTINC, Cheaper Than AHn Their Stock of Men’s and Boys, Hats' |. second to none in the town. The\ hare the latest style and the finest I N 33 O O T S A KT 2D © U O They oiler bargains. Call and examine their immense stock. Their Grocery Department is Fi^^H An Immense Stock of Bagging and Ties wBflrf, Constantly on Hand. Polite and accommodating Salesmen will always he found ready amtKSgHfijl ing to attend to the wants of all. 2N- o Trouble to Slio w O- o o c9gijKK|;l Sept. 2-tf. WByR|| "WMBM DAUGHTRY & SMYUIK, Druggists and Apothccari Booltscllore nucl Stationora, Muhk Brookhavon, Mississi^^^BBrn —DEALERS IV— 8j^HN Fresh Drugs, Landretrrs uaraen seeas, i-amis, Perfumery, Fancy Goods, Flavoring Extracts, Sponges, Spec TOBAC JO AO CICARS, WINES AND LIQUORS The IViost Popular Patent Medicines, Trusses, Musical Instrument We purchase direct from first hands in NEW YORK and NE1 LEANS, which enables us to sell at a small profit for cash. ^PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY PREPARED, DAY ORN TIME TO THAT DEPARTMENT.^?} Sept. S BRO U C'HE' R 8t BROWN (Under the Farmers' Vindicator office,) JACKSON, MISS. MACHINERY & AGRICULTURAL IMPLEME CHAMPION REAPERS AND MOWERS. HAY RAKES, FKKD-<^^HH THUS. IHUNLEY PLOW'S, THRESHERS, HORSE POWERS, HKuE OAR CANE MILLS AND EVAPORATORS. CIDER MILLHES^H FAN MILLS, STEAM ENGINES, LYLE'S COTTON 1^^' ANI) HAY PRESSES, ETC,, ETC., ETC. (■■H OuY-AII Kinds of MACHINERY nml AG RICl'LTCRA L IMPLKmBknB etc, lurnislied at the LOWEST RATES. JBt Call and see us. and loll us wind you want. O' send vour orders »<■ will kr"Hi xu:et' satiafai lion. f&jj