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What class of people may be said to lie the most? Sluggards. An pm-bossing machine—The fore- j man of ft composing room. A Bouth Carolina paper is called the Silt. Sfie'I. Of course it is edited by a "Kernel.” "He’s a polished gentleman,” said she, gazing fondly at the bald bead which showeth her handiwork. The individual who said tight boots were comfortable defended bis position by saying they made a man forget all his other miseries. “Did any of you ever see an ele phant’s skin?” inquired a teacher of an mfaut class. "Yes, sir.” "Where?” ‘•‘On an elephant.” A New York man has christened his daughter Glycerine. He says it will be easy to prefix Nitro, if her temper resembles her mother’s. Boarder—“Has the red-haired girl goue away?” Landlady—"Yes, sir.” Boarder—"I thought so. I found a black hair in the butter to-day.” There is something wonderfully grand and impressive about the roar of thunder, until you discover it has sour ed the last half-pint of milk in the house. A Camden man lugged a butcher knife around for two hours, offering to kill anv one who said he wasn’t Moses, of Biblical fame. Every one said he looked jnst like Moses. A sensible writer advises those who would enjoy good eating to keep good natured, for, savs he, “An angry man cannot tell whether he is eating boiled cabbage or stewed umbrellas. An editor, quoting Dr. Hall’s advice to "eat regularly, not over three times a day, and nothing between meals,” adds: “Tramps will do well to cut this out and put it m their bauli books. A blighted being, whose uose should serve as a beacon of warning to the youth of our laud, says the ladies' (tresses this year are laboring uuder a violent attack of delirium trimmings. A loving British wife’s post-script to a lelter addressed to her husband in New York: “Dear William, I have pe rused the police reports and morgue re turns every day, hoping to see your name.” It was a printer who perpetrated this double-barrelled, breach-loading, pun conundrum: \Y by is an old man s farm jn lexas iui« me iuuub wi » nuu-^iueo. Because it is the place where the sous raise meat. A young lady viewing Dom Pedro in Ht. h mis remarked, as she fixed her eyoH ou the carriage, ‘‘It isn t exactly immortality to see an emperor, of course, but it's a glimpse, at least, of King Dom come. During the recent tornado a couple of Pennsylvania boys were up in a cherry tree stealing cherries. The tornado carried off the cherry tree, and neither the boys nor the tree have been seen since. Moral: Never toll a lie. Rural hospitality iu Spain is highly spoken of. A stranger can’t take lodg ings at any country inn, they say, without a certainty of being immedi ately waited upon by any number of big bugs. A citizen of Dakota took a Turkish bath iu Omah a few weeks ago, and died within an hour. The verdict of the jury was: “Ho hudn t ought to have got so much of the mud off of him at one time. " The Hessian fly is doing much dam age iu Iowa, and a Keokuk paper in quiringly asks whence this new pest or iginated? Why, everybody ought to know that it was Washington who made the Hessian fly. The intelligent druggist in Cohoes, \. Y., having given a woman hellebore instead of rhubarb, from which she nearly died, she is now giving him the first syllable of the name of the poison in a suit for damages. “Y'ou must cultivate decision of char acter, and learn to say ‘No, said a father to his son. Boon afterward, when the father told the son to chop wood, the boy said “No” with an emphasis that showed a remembrance of the les son. They were talking about death, when one man asked: “What were his last words?” “He didn’t say anything,” was the reply. “That’s just like him,” said the first man, with au approving nod. “There was no gas about him. He was ail business. “Whaur’s yer awksent, rauu?” bawl ed a brawny Bi ot to a Cockney who was murdering the Scotch dialect iu some public readings. The reader’s wit was better than his elocution, for lie imme diately rejoined. “Why, you’ve got it,’ aud the audience roared. The phrenologist lifted liis hand from the boy’s head aud said: “Your son has extraordinary developments, sir; he will be a great man.” The fa ther dropped his chin upon his breast aud mournfully added, “Then he can never be President.” White duck pants look well anil are fashionable, but the trouble is a man must always be looking around after a napkin if he wears them. Y'ou can’t wipe the least bit of dirt off your fingers on tne leg of white duck breeches but some one will uotico it. “Can you change this William for me?” said a young man who presented _ V-: 11 f lip, (iloilv cester National Bank, recently, “Yes,” said the Gasuier, “but wliy di you call it William?” “Oh, I’m not familiar enough with that kind of thing to call u Bill,1’ was the quick reply._ A Printer's bream. A printer sat in las office chair, his boots were patched aud his coat thread bare, aud his face looked weary and worn with care. While sadly thinking of business debt, old .Morpheus slowly round him crept, and before he knew it he soundly slept; and sleeping, he dreamed, that he was dead, from trouble and toil his spiiit had fled, aud that not even a cow-bell tolled for the peaceful rest of his cow-hide solo. As he wan dered among the shades, that smoke and scorch in lower Hades, he shortly observed an iron door that creakingly SVfung on hinges ajar, but the entrance was closed with a red hot bar, and Satan himself stood peeping out, and watching for travellers thereabout, and thus to the passing printer spoke: “Gome in, my dear, it shall cost you nothing, and never fear; this is the place where I cook the ones who never pay their sub scription sums, for though in life they mav escape, they will find when they're dead it is too late; I will show you the place where I melt them thin, with red hot chains aud scraps of tin, aud also where I comb their heads with broken glass and melted lead, aud if of refiesh meut they only think, there’s boiling water for them to drink; there’s the red-hot grindstone to grind down his nose and red hot rings to wear on his toes ’ and if they mention they don’t like fire I’ll sew up" their mouths with red hot’wire; and then, dear sir, you should see them squirm, while 1 roll them over and cook to a turn. W ith these last words the printer awoke, and thought it all a practical joke, but still at times so real did it seem, that he cannot believe jt all was a dream; and often lie thinks with a chuckle and grin, of the fate of those who save their tin, and never pay the printer. _ A dabkt7 who was enjoying the cele bration on last Tuesday, from the back of a mule, after performing a number of wonderful gyrations m mid air, caused by the bumping of said mule s back, brushed his clothes, remarking, ag he picked himself up» “That’s why I ’episea mule.” l _ n ROOK HAVEN. ____ NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED! BY L,. LEWEJfTHAL, BROOK HAVEN, MISS. Domestic Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions, Boots, Shoes, fcc. STOCK FRESH AND GENUINE. Olicap Prices BoflodL! MY STOCK EMBRACES ALMOST EVERY ARTICLE NEEDED BY THE PEO PLE—CALL AND EXAMINE IT BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE. . B. IMCOB ruV. " • Sl *■**' DAUGHTRY & SMYLIE, Druggists and Apothecaries, Srookhaven, ----- Mississippi, , —DEALERS IN— Fresh Drugs, Landreth’s Carden Seeds, Paints, Oils, VARNISHES, GLASS, ETC.; BRUSHES OF ALL KIND, | Perfumery, Fancy Goods, Flavoring Extracts, Sponges, Spectacles, TG3AC :c AND CIGARS, WINES AND LIQUORS, The IViost Popular Pater.* Medicines, Trusses, Musical Instruments, etc. We purchase direct from first Imnds in NEW YORK and NEW OR LEANS, which enables us to sell at a small profit for O XI . ! ^^PRESCRIPTIONS CA REFULL V PREP A RED, DAY < >R NIGIIT, 15Y A COMPETENT DRUGGIST, WHO DEVOTES HIS ENTIRE TIME TO THAT DEPARTMENT.^ _Sept. 2-lyr. ■ R. W. MIULSAPS’ GREAT SUPPLY STORE, is now being conducted on a new plan of RETRENCHMENT ANE REFORM. Being less corn to be advanced, he is making accounts smaller, nnd selling al L O W E R R A T E S, either for cash or on credit, lie will continue Ihe Grange Rates with his old customers, and lor cash will sell goods lower than . they have been sold Since the War He lias continually on hand P L A N T A T ION SUPPLIES, PLOWS AND FARMINC UTENSIL,, in abundance and variety, and deals specially with planters. lie lias on hand now a very cheap lot of Eron-Ax!e Two-Horse Wagons, cheaper than oversold here. and sec that the man who ‘buys nt ways for cash can sell at extremely low prices, and make a living; al-o make others (eel that ilie) can live. -'ff'd'nM nml See dor* Yourselves. _ _april 20-ly Wagon and Blacksmith Shop, Wood Work. Biacksmithing. Horse shoeing, Painting, and Trimming Done. We will keep constantly 0:1 hand and make to order, W AGON’S. 13t G t ^ PLOWS, COFFINS, KTC. ' Repairing of all kinds done at short notice, «j08*ac ti<*n guaranteed. We will also cany on t he undertaking business. A hoc Beai always in readiness. Metallic cases of all kinds furnished, and all other conn s made to order. Silver handles, and all kinds f Cnflin trimmings for sale nv u* Being practical mechanics we are confident of pleasing all who favor us patrouege. J Al’OJtt FAC1I A- CO. B kook it aven, March 22-tf Carpet and Curtain Warehouse. 1 A. BROUSSEAU & SON’, | 17 CHARTRES STREET, - - 17« Orleans, - Ln-t < IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN g t; CARPETINCS. FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, CHINA AND 2 COCOA MATTING. TABLE AND PIANO COVERS, ~ t -vr^rr lriLcio w Slia ci e s. * “ CRUMP CLOI i I S.RUGS.M ATS.CARK IA E,TA RLE A EN A MEL OIL CLOTHS 2 2 cxii'taln Materials. a. > Lace Reps, Damasks. Cornices. Bands, fins, Gimps. Loops and Tassels,1^ " HAIR CLOTH, PLUSH, BED TICKING AND SPRINGS. g Novl9-ly ' _ __ __sy TilSFlT CARPETS. CncliNh nrumflN. Three-Ply and InRi iiIn, ulxo, Stair Carper*. Vel vet It UK*. Crum Cloth*. Oil Clot In*, etc., very cheap at the Old Place 113 Fulton Street, New York. Carpets carefully packed and sent to any part of the United States free charge. J. A. BENDALL. H. M. TAYLOR, Carpenter and Builder, SASH DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTURER, PEARL STREET, J.vCKSON, MISSISSIPPI, Is prepared to do work in his line with neatness and dispatch. PLAINING of allkinds done at short notice. Also on hand and for sale MOULD INGS OF DIF1 ERENT PATTERNS. A large lot of SASH, BLINDS, and DOORS on hand that will be sold cheap. UNIDEHTAK-rNG-. METALIC CASES, CASKETS and WOODEN COFFINS, of- all descriptions. Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. Dec. 16-ly. NEW ORLEANS. important to *llcrchanln and Plantero. Office of th* American Cotton Tik Co., ) limited, > 47 Carondelrt St., New Orleans.) To Dealers in Iron Cotton Ties, Ptanlei s and Country Merchants generally: We beg to inform you that we are prepared through our regular estab lished agents to supply the. trade iu any quantity with the following celebrated ties: The. Arrow and Side Slots. Heard 4 Bros. Lock Tie. Branch, Crooks & Co.’s Lock Tie. Wo also beg to inform the public that the interests of Messrs. Beard <fc Bro.and Branch, Crooks * Co. are now merged into the American Cotton Tie Co., lim ited. The following are the New Orleans agents: STONE *TUTT, OGDEN & BELL ] CHISM & BOYD, ARCHER & BOR LAN, WM.D1LI.AN, O. L. KAXLKTT & CO, For the American Cotton Tie Co. limited. t£. IV. KayneAl'o. m. 25-6m Gen’l Agents. SAMUEL E. MOORE, Crockery, China I I ANl) I I Class ware. I No. 55 CAMP STREET, inch 30-tf New Orleans. Paul J. Christian IMPORTER AM) DEALER INr OnOCKLEn Y, China and Glassware, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, oti Camp St., Ne.v Orleans. Resides the above named (foods, there can be round, at Wholesale and Retail, all necessary House JFurnishiug Goods.; Silver Plated Wares, CASTORS. SPOONS, FORKS. Japanned TEA TRAYS and TOILET SETS. TABLE and DOOR MATS. Scrubbing, Dusting and blacking Kill'itII ES. i l eather DUSTERS, Table Knives and FORKS. Water Coolers. Refrigerators and Ice Boxes. Brittannia Metal, Tin and Wooded Wares. BRONZED Chandeliers and BRACK ET LAMPS. White French China DINNER SETS. White French TE A SETS. Decorated CHAMBER SETS. II.ASSW A RE of ali k inds. COMMON CROCKERY for country trade. Assorted crates always on band. All ortlers from the country will re ceive prompt attention. Special induce ments offered country merchants. PAUL .1. CHRISTI AN. SO Camp Street, New Orleans. Dec. 9-ly. n is jl s: wo st k s, E. D. EATON, Proprietor, 234 Camp St. between l)e!ord and St. Joseph streets. Sew Orleans, - - - I.u., IMPORTER AND DEALER IN Foreign & American Marble. MONUMENTS, TOMBS, Headstones, Statuary, Urns, Vases, MANTLES, WATER TABLES, All kinds of Furniture Work, Cement, Lime. Plaster Paris, Tire Brick, Shells, GALVANIZED IRON RAILING, WITH MARBLE POSTS. In short everything pertaini»g to the trade, at wholesale and retail. ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Address E. D. EATON, Spet. 2-tf. •Max Chapsky, PROPRIETOR OK THE W E W OKEEANB ENGRAVING, STENCIL CUTTING, STAMP MAKING, ELECTKOTYP ING AND STEREOPING ESTABLISHMENT. No. 70 Orarler Ntreel, • Between Magazine and Tcboupitlos Streets, NEW ORLEANS, LA., Keeps on hand a large assortment of Dat ing and Card Stamps, Seal Presses, Wax Seals, Door Plates, Door Numbers, Stencil Ink of all colors for Stencil use, Stencil Bi ushes all sizes, Steel Stamps for making tools, Cotton, Flour, Whisky, Tobacco, Sugar and Molasses Brands cut at the low est rates. All work warranted, mch 30-ly _NEW ORLEANS._ chas. cBirra, r.. j. Hamilton, jno. powhix New Orleans. New Orleans. Grenada, Miss Chaffe, Hamilton & Powell, COTTON FACTORS AND tonniNmoY jikbchaat*, No. 189 Gravier at, NEW ORLEANS, LA. SeptSO-ly H. M. SWANN, WITH Hartwell & Chambers, Wholesale Grocers, —A.NII— Importers of Wines and Liquors. 30 TchoupitoulasStreet,and 34 New Levee, Between Natchez and Gravier, inch 30-lv NEW ORLEANS, LA. Iliue. K. « . l.UE. lash ton able .IS Miner, Yo. i»J> Canal St., Hew Orleans La. Prompt attention will be given to all orders received from tbc country, ar.d sat isfaction guaranteed. Will purchase and forward goods of all kinds. March 9-ly. Orleans Barber Shop. 149 Common St., Opposite St. Charles Hotel, Hew Orleans. Shaving, Shampooning, Hair Cutting and Dveittg in the most Artistic Style. Also', the celebrated genuine Knglisn Hair Brushing Machine in successful operation in this shop. GEORGE HUBEXER, Proprietor. Jan. 20-1y Subscribe For THE VINDICATOR and NEWS; New Orleans, La. THE VINDICATOR AND NEWS is a Large Eight Page, Forty Column Weekly Paper,complete in every Department. Subscribe now. We want One Thousand subscribers at Sixty cents lor three months. We want live thousand subscribers at one Dollar and ten cents lor six mouths. We want ten thousand subscribers at two dollars ibr one year. Address. ii. V. WALI.it Co. Box 151. New Orleans, La. june 1-tf. ■I. 31. 1M.\NF.LI. Mauufiictuiei' and Importer of A DDL E KY AND SADDLERY HARD WARE, Government Harness, Saddi.k.h. Etc, No. 22 Magazine St. New Orleans. i\f. ii a\ni:i.i., X* x* i xx t o r, 74 COMMON STREET. 74 Orders from the country filled on short notice. Deo. 23-ly Southern Manufactory. HOME MADE BOOTS AND SHOES JOHN HANSEN. 33 Canal St., Cor. I’eters and Canal Sts. Opposite Custom House. New Orleans. A fine assortment of Boots and Shoes constantly cn hand. Orders trom the country solicited. Exact measure taken. A GOOD FIT GUARANTEED! All orders lett will meet with prompt attention. “Quick Sales and Small Prof lits is my Motto.” Dec. 23-ly i? KIWXGK, 2i'S Steam Marble saw Mills: ANI) Italian IN'pot. Water st., fronting the river to Levee st., bel’u Wash in gtoii Avenue nnd Sixth st. i Ware rooms and Office, 7sow. 16£, ICfl, sintl 1«S6, \ Poydras street, New Orleans, Louisiana, i Also Proprietor of the Hill City Marble Works. Vicksburg, Miss. Having a large stock of the most ap proved brands of the Italian Marble of my own direct importation selected expressly for the Western and Southern markets— the at>entioii of the trade is respectfully solicited. Slabs of all thickiu ss. Spires and monumental stock constantly on hand cut to size, according to order. Tomb tops and Head Stones rubbed and finish ed readv for lettering. Employing a lull corps of s.ulled anil reliable assistance, 1 am at ab time pre ps ’■■■d to execute orders for every variety i f C -metery, Garden, Ornamental and in side and outside building work. A large nr.d elegant stock of Italian ami variulis coiored marbles, Marbelized Iron ami Slate Mantles of the latest and most mod ern designs constantly on band or made to order. Estimates made and contracts taken for tbe construction ot Granite and all kind of stone work. Application lor circulars, and informa tion promptly responded to. I’. J. SULLvaN, General Agent, State '1 Mississippi, lor Reynolds' S - am Marble Saw Mills. Sept. 30-ly. H. CASSIDY, SAIL MA SR AND COTTON DUCK AGENT, (Established in 1836) !\o. OS Camp Street, NEAR POYDRAS, WHERE CaN BE FOUND THE LARGEST —And— BEST ASSORTED STOOK OF Cotton Duck in tho South, Embracing all widths, grades and num bers. PLAIN AND FANCY AWNING STRIFES in great variety. Blocks of all sizes, from 2 inebos up to tbe largest made, mid all ready fitted for use. AWNINGS. WINDOW and POOR SHADES, GALLERY CURTAINS, etc., 01 all kinds, aa .e to Older at short no tice, and satisfaction given in style and price. TENTS, TARPAULINS, DRAY and WAGON COVERS, Etc. A large stock constantly on hand. 1 have alway* on hand a large sloes of FRENCH, ENGLISH and AMERICAN BUNTINGS, lor Flags; and I keep in stock and will manufacture to order, every description of American Foreign and Fancy Flags. 1 will give special attention to the getting up of every description of Plain, Fancy ami Embroidered Silk Flags and Banners, for military and other companies. Su Serior styles, the best workmanship and loderate Prices guaranteed. Bag Manufactory. I will make to order in any quautity COFFEE, A1CK, GRAIN, and o her kinds of sacks; warranted in quality of material and style of work, and at prices which will Dety Conipe’ tion from all Quarters. men 904m NEW ORLEANS._ French Millenery. Stine IlOSA KEYNOIR, No. 9 CburtrcH Street, Near Canal, NEW ORLEANS, LA., JUST RECEIVED A LARGE ASSORT MENT — OF — PARSION HATS, BONNETS. FLOWERS. LACEBARBS. NOUVEAUTEES, Etc., E t^S*Str:ingern visiting our city will find it to their interest to call at No. 9 Chartres street, the cheap est fashionable MILLIN ERY STORE in the city. March 9-0 m. D. H; WALLACE & CO., Cotton jPactorHii AND General Commission Merchants, No. 79 CARON DOLE I' ST., Orlennit, r.i. Business conducted strictly upon Grange principles, and purchases and sales made for Dalroiis of Husbandry at Glance rates of commission. Dec. JMim DK. c. M. VAIDKN, D. HAWKINS, J. S. OBOVK8. VaUten, Miss. Winona, Miss. N. o., La. Vaidm, Hawkins & Co., COTTON FACTORS AND t.eiicrul <'onnui*jiion 'ferehnnls No. 40, Union st., (ground floor,) NEW ORLEANS, LA. Liberal Advances made on Consignm’ts-; Sept30-lv __^ _||M| I If Xj wv a ~- ~ : Awarded the Highest Medal at Vienna. E. & H. T. ANTHONY & GO., *191 llron«l\v»iy, Sew York. i (Opp. Metropolitan Hotel.) Manufacturers, importers and dealers in Engravings, Chromos and Frames. Stereoscopes and Viotos, Albums, Graphoscopes, Photographs, And kindred (jooils—Celebrities, Ae photosraphIg Materials. \\ e are Headquarters for everything in ! the way of Stereopticons and Magic Lanterns, j Being Manufacturers of ilie Micro Scientific Lantern, Stereo Panopticon, University Stereoptican, Advertisers Stereopticon, Artopticon, School Lantern, Family Lantern. People’s Lantern. Each style being the b*st of its class in the mainet. Catalogues of Lanterns and Slides, with direc tions for using, sent on application. Any enterprising man caa make monev with a Magic Lantern. Visitors to the Centennial Exposition will do wisely to defer purchasing goods in our line until they come to our store in New York, where they will find greater variety and more 1 uoilerate prices, aud cau select more at their leisure. Put we have a concession to sed some styles of our goods iu the building of the Department of Pub lic Comfort, and those not coming to New York are invited to call on our representative there. ftr* A fr.ll stock of Views of the Exposition Buildings and their contents. te-cut ottt this adveitiaeincnt for reference. June l-3m The Philharmonic” Piano. This entirely new instrument possessing all the essential qualities of more expensive and higher priced Pianos is offered at :• lower price itiau any similar one now in the market. It is dura ble, with a magnificent tone hardly surpassed and yet tit cm be purchased at prices and on terms within the reach of all. '1 his instrument has all tfie modern improvements including tne celebrated “Agraffe" >reblc and is fully warrant ed. Catalogueh mailed. WATERS NEW SCALE PIANOS arc the best made. The touch elastic, aud a fine singing tone, powerful, pure and even. WATERS’ CONCERTO ORGAN cannot be excelled !n tonb or beauty; they defy competition. The concerto stop is a fine imita tion of the Iluii*:Voice. PHI LS ENT h * VfKLY LOW tor co*h during this Month. Monthly Instalments received : on Pianos, fin to tco ; i ifgans. f;. to $p, Second hand Instruments, $3 to f.*>, monthly after first Deposit. A ok nts Wanted. A llberaldiscouiit to Teac li ra, Ministers, Churches. Schools, Lodges, etc. pecial inducements to the trade. Illustrated atalogues mailed. HORACE WATERS & ONS, 461 Broadway, New \oik. Box 3567. TESTIMONIALS. —OF— waters' Pianos cc urgans. Waters’ New Seale Pianos have peculiar mer its.—New Yd, k Tribune. The tone of the Waters* Piano is rich, mellow ami souorous. They possess grvat volume of sound and the continuation of sound or sin,, iug power is one of their most marked features. —New York Times. Waters’ Concerto Organ is so voiced as to have a tone like a full rich alto voice. It is especially human in its one, powerful yet sweet. -Rura* New Yorker bept. 2-1 vr. Chtncers ) Removed without pain, or the use of either caus tics or the knife, and radically cured. If pain ful, and an open ulcer formed, medicines will he sent by express to give prompt relief. Consul tation bv letter, One Dollar. Send 50 cents for Book with desmiptive Cases, References and lestunoiuals. Dks. PARK A McLKISA, augl‘2-lv Nol 21 East 16th Street, New York, ^ X rrn ,lay at home. Samples worth $1 free. Stinson * l’o., Portland, Maine.__ END 85c. to G. P. ROW ELL A CO., New York, i for Pamphlet of 100 pages, containing list of B000 newspapers, and estimates, showing cost of advertising._ aH- iTfra day at homo. Agents wanted, out “ ^Z/tlt and terms free. TRUE A CO., Au gusta, Maine. Mrl6-ly r TaBasaaswap McSHANE HELL FOUN DRY Manufactures those celebrated Bells for □ Lurches, Academies, &c. Price List ami Circulars sent free. HENRY McSHANE, ju 1-ly Baltimore, lid. DR. RICE, 37 Court Place. LOUISVILLE, KY., . A regularly odocated and legally qualified phvsicisu sod the Bsnst successful, as hit practice will prove Sp.rinatorraoa aud Impotenry, as the result of soif-ahuso iu ywuih. sexual excesses in mi turer years, or other causes, and |-n»iucing sonic of the fn|. 1 lowing effects. Net vousoevs, bcrninal Kmissiont. (night emit- ] si jus by dreams), Dlmam* of bight. Defective Memory. Pby* ' sir oil) wav. Piiupleson Pace. Aversion loSodetv of Ken.ales, | Confusion of Ideas, l.o«s of Sexual Power. An., rendering marriage improper or unhappy, are thoroughly and perma- ] noatly cored. S YP Hitt IS i'0‘,,tv“*T eurwl •n4 eu* i ,r““ Gonorrhea, , GLEET. Stricture, On-bios. Hernia, (or kuplurv), ' Ptl.s and other private diseases quickly cu.ed. < It U self*, vident that t rieian who pays special attenttoa ta a eertoin otasa of diseases, and treating thousands aunu- ' ally, acquires great skill. Physicians knowing this fe«t often recommend persons to my ears. Whan it i* iucoavenunt to visit the city for treatment, medicines as a be seat privately and safely by atari or express auv share. Caros Guaranteed in all Cases CenauHaUOaa personally *r by latter fee* and Invited. Chargee raaeeaable sad correspond*oec strictly oeafidentlaL PRIVATE COUNSELOR Of m pages, sent to aay address, securely seated, for thirty (30) ceate. Sbvuld l>« read by all. Address aa el-mo. Onto* hour* from » A. M. toSP. it. Saodays, S to 4 P. M* , We -will take In exchange fbr, The ledger chiekesa e|txa but ter or co an try produce or any; kind. SUMMER RESORTS. BROWN'S WELLS, W. B. DEATON, Prop., GOriAlI GO., MISS. Great Health andjPI?88ure Resort. The proprietor of these justly celebrated Welle* takes this method of informing the public that be ik now prepared to r.ceive guests. and flatlets hunxelt that he will be able to give satisfaction to ail who limy come. Having bought the place to kirp, lit is determined that no one shall leave Uissat ieti'-il. These Wills u»k sttnated eight miles west ot Hazlehcrst. .Viss. A daily line of com fortable hacks will mu to and trom Hazla hurst and the Wells. Through tickets can be bail at the office of the N O. Si. I,. A 0 Railroad, at New Orleans, at » merely nomi nal sum. The section of country in which tho Wells are located is pr< liable as healthy as anv portion of 'lie world. The giounds surrounding the Weils consist of a beautiful gr< vh of over thirty acres. Tin re arc ins -,v cottages, siugio and double, torthe use ot visitors, with a very large and commodious dining room 'J here will tic amusements ot all kinds. Bnggits and hor.-cs will lie fur nished at reasonable rates There will ben daily mail, with newspapers in abundny There are two wells, one known as the ‘ Old Well.” and the other as the "New Well,” the analysis of both wells given below. The waters have been used for twenty years, and have been found beneficial in the cure ot the following, as well as many other dis eases: Skin Diseases, Functional Induc - tion, Anemia. Chorea, Constipation, Chron ic Diarrhoea, Chronic Gastritis, some forms of Dropsy, Chrome Dysentery, Chronic Htp atis, Clronic Laryngitis, diseases ol the Month. Ozena, and oilier Scrofulous ytloo tions. Gleet. Chronic Goouonhoes, diseases of the Bladder or Kidneys, diseases incident to females, Spinal Irritation, Amenorrheas. Menorrhagia and the many forms of Leu corrfcaia. It is par excellence, the place lor persons of broken down constitutions. Terms to suit tho times. ANALYSIS OF “OI.D WELL." One quart contents: Free sulph acid.10.23 . Sulphate lime.2i.it' lloto sulph ot iron. It 12 Sulph maguesia. 11.2d Sulph soda. 4.44 Sulph of alumine.. . ... 2.10 Chloride catsum. 4.11 Organic matter, etc . 23 00.82 J. R. Chilton, Chemist. ANALYSJf; OF “NEW WELL:" One quart contains: Sulphuretted Hydrogen. Carbonic acid (free; Carbonate of lime Carbonate of magnesia, Carbonate of iron, Sulphate of magnesia, Sulphate of alumina. Carbonate ot sodium, Sulphate of soda. Magnesia and silicie, Some organic matter. Geof.oe Little. State Geologist. KATES OF nOAUD. Per Day.$ 2 25 Per Week. 10 00 Per Month. 40 00 Any further information can he obtained Liy addressing, W B Dfaton, l .c IT._1 ».. .1 AI •f .IV ir Mtcmedy ! MINERAL WATER REDUCED TO MASS. THECELEBRATEDSEVEN* 'BRINGS IRON AND ALUM MASS, PREPARED BY LANDRUM & LITCHFIELD, LESSEES, Abingdon, Va. Its value is in stimahle. Its medicinal virtues are incomparable. It purifies ; the blood. It regulates t e action of the liver and kidneys. It strengthens and improves the appetite. It euros Dyspepsia and indigestion. It euros chills and fevers and restores the shat tered system to health and vigor. U re- | lieves Ock ard nervous headaches in less than thirty minutes. 1? quiets the nerves and induces refreshing sleep. It is almost a “Panacea** for ail Female complaints. It is a certain and speedy cure f*«r Sore Throat, ( roup and Bron chial alfictions. It rcuiilates Chronic Diarrhea and constipation, and for Kohrcfula. old sores, erysipelas, and ad chronic and cute neuus afflictions, th * '•.Mass** cannot be too highly recoin mended. It is endorsed by the b m • bvvieiaus, and used by i housauds w if!> il>.* most benttioiul and happiest eHeels, fry it one and all. Price, One Dollar Per Package. At.aSvNi.* j»»*l dir« arC‘-uipai v »**ch b» trie* Sold by go :i'iv. <» t* r more - j cr.u be wilt by mail to auv aJdri-ss. Circiilsi'" i frc*». Address LANDRUM 8t LITCHFIELD Abingdon, Va. Our wholesale agents: Rodgers Bros, j Knoxville, Tenn., Blair £ Osborne, ('ni mbus. Miss.. Reed «& Lewis, Meridian, Demorville tt Co., Nashville. Tenn.. Irvin Wallace & Co.. M *nlg emery, Ala., and at r tail } y F. M. Martin Co and DAPGIiTRY & SMYLIK, Brookbaven, Mis-. jan 15-1 y. , Peabody House, tuutx UR ,!*• I.OC US ant, NINTH STS.. PHILADELPHIA, PA. Convenient to all places of .* musement and car lines m the city. No changes to ami from the Centennial grounds. Col Watson, proprietor the Hemy House, Cincinnati for the past twenty years, an.l present proprietor has newly furnished and fitted it throughout. He will keep i strietlv firstclass house, and has acenniuioda .loiis for Son guests. Terms per day. Col. Vv arson is a narive of Virginia, end proh ibit- the only Hotel P.oprietor in Philadelphia rorn the South. JAMES WATSON. in 25-tf Prop.ietor. | UcROY’S GRANGERS’ SOAP. 30 lias for CO cte. The ingredients to make fifty pounds vill cost but fifty cents and can be had mywhere. No grease or lye required, ind can be made by a child in ten min ites. Any one sending me fifty cents vill receive, postpaid, a family right, vith full directions f *r making the above •xcelleut soap. Address WM. A. MENUY, Ag’r. It rook haven, 1 iss. tS. »I. Johnston, —MAKES— HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, ETC He keeps constantly on hand an as Oitnient >f all kinds of work in Ilia line, which he will I is pose of low down tor cash. He also does re- j Wirinir of every dlsertption, an.l will (five irompt attention to all orders received. Shop Jorner of Railroad Avenue and Monticello ats., Llrouk haven, .Visa. Sept. 30-1 y. Sheriff sSaie. 1 Bloom & Co. ) Judgment !o. 209, vs for Yhitworth, Hoskius, Et Als. ) $203.40 Slay Melius et als, ) Il> circuit conrt of vs. > Lincoln county. !. T. Hoskins et als. ^Judgment for i880. BY VIRTUE of a writ of execution to me llrected from the circuit court of Lincoln ounty, Mississippi, I will, on Monday, the 24th day of July, 1876, ,t the conrt house door in the town of Irookhavcn, proceed to sell to the highest udder for c i-b, the following descriled iroperty, to-wit: Blocks number 10 and 15 u the town of Brookbaven—levied ou as he propertj of Jas. A. Hoskius, and will be old* to satisfy the judgments and costa in he above stated cases. A. 0. COX. June 22 1876 |KeaU Wanted for New Historical vork Our WESTERN BORDER. L complete Graphic hlatorv of Apip.Tqhq pioneer ife QFB HnTNDIkFlJ irm A-Ti fii Afa-o. its thrilling oon licta of Ked aud \* nite r'oee. Exciting adven u.ea, captivities, forays scouts, pioneer women ind t»o vs, Indian war-paths, camp life, and sports. L book for old and voung. Not a dull page. No competition. Enormous sales. Agents wanted rervwhere. Illustrated Circulate free. J. t. A»o rnrdy Jt Co., Cincinnati, O. bi »-4w _BROOKHAVEN. .f. .Tf.VJ/j?, ATTORNEY AT LA *y, BROOKHAVEN, MISS., Will practice in Circuit and Che: i ■ CourtH of Lincoln, Copiah, Pike and Lawrence counties. Prompt nth::.. «Uen o collections. Drinks for the Thirsty, AT 'VV. «L Nimth’s NEW BAR AND BJLLIAD SAIC .• Wlaxwoli’s Old Stand, BROOKHAVEN, .... MI" . lie keeps ell drinks usually found , • fir- ■ i.i ;* saloon, and r spectrally noli . share of public patronage. June i’J-l I. V. SESSIONS. II. CA8SXDV, Sessions A’ Casxcdy, I ATTORNEYS AT LAW | ilrookhDTCin • • Jii-. s . j Will uttenfl promptly to all civil s. ne-s euti Mated to them in tlie count:.-. I of Lincoln, r’l anklin, Pik*. I. wr -nci Iiiir! in the Supreme Court at Jac:, ,1. P. Sessions will practice alone in criminal cased. Sept. •J-v.jr J. W. HtKTIv. J. M. NiXIhN. ; Sirs. ,y. S3*. $• JT. Jl. j Offer their profess.onnl services tv t; | eitizens* of Brookhaven aad Adjoining Vicinity, iJlSTScrviees of both can be bud ----!«t .' c. r. nTswu, SURGEON DENTIST. fSroohhavni* Is prepared, with nil tin* latcn* provementH, to do work In the l **<t stvli* krowu to the profession, reasonable, and strictly cash. *' •*ornt*r Monticetio and Jackson Hi Sept. *.M> r. "V7*v~-rriL. Albaliascn, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. (Adjoining Storm & Son,) Cherokee i * • • JMiOOKHAVEN, MISS., Is prepared t«> mak* the neatest and fashionable boots and shoes on the short, tiero. A PERFECT FIT GUARAN TEED. Keeps always on hand for the purpose. . finest and best leather. .sept. T»tVy rat's X5. o f~i t £i xi x* «v :rc i, 1*. QUE11 TERM O U S, Prop., Supplied with AS! Hip K.uiuries ot* tin* Nea»^at FRESH OYSTERS. 11 AM AND EGGS. PORTERHOUSE STEAK, FISH, GAME, ETC., Prepared at nil Hours* of the Day avd Night, bv first-class Cooks. In conn« ction I have a first-class *■ tionarv Store, where a general assortment «»f candies and shelf groceries are cons'■n'* Iv kept. I repsectlully ask a si.aie o! public patronage. Dtc30-tf P. 0UERTERM01. Sam Isightlooi, FASHIONABLE HAIR DRESS".: Mas opened a shop near the C bouse, where be is prepared to dc .■! work in his line. Mis prices tor 9h«' i . Cutting Muir ami Shampooing ar m ihrld) t< \V. lie solicits the pt: age ot *cc pahlic. and guarantees ~ .* taction to all patrons.' t?ept.%2-' Stem'a Hotel, * - 3t’ JAC'Oi! STERN, Proprietor. Soard Per Day, - - $2 0. Uegti.ar and Transient Hoardei - cuai- et i.-Jcd by i L< cay, v.eel; oruw.. i-ii. C. Hobbs & Son, HKOOKHAVEN. - - - MISS., Repair WATCHES. CLOCKS AND JEWELS'? in good style and at lowest prices. All articles left in the shop over six months will he sold for charges. Nov. 3 -1 v I\ If. JjllSS A unounoes to t he Citixens of Brot ■ veil that ho is now prepared to do FRESCO E, OllNA MENTAL. SIC N, lluase and Carriage PAINT! N C, GILDING, GLAZING, ETC., ETC E^*The Cheapest Price."i* FeblO-ly Good News fop the Ladies! SVlrs.f&.E. Stewart Announces to her old customers, the la ' t of Brookhaven and vicinity, that 8he haa re-opened her m Milliner Store and Ore**. Making Establishment, Where will be found the choicest and mem select sti>ck of Ribbons, Lace, Scarfs and Flowers. And all fanev articles usually found in : first-class Milliner Store, which will i sold at most reasonable prices. With thanks to her friends for their former patronage, she most respeettu-ly solicits a continuance of the same faro, Orders from the Country promptly at tended to. uich. 30-tl. Ur. I). J. Botven, PHYSICIAN AND 8TTRGE0. BROOKHAVEN, MISS., Offers his service to the people of this fe> • tion and the surrounding coumry. He w: attend calls at any hour of day or night. Office at Daughtry A Siuylie’a Dri, Store. Oct 21-Iy OLD-PAPERS FOR S A LE AT THIS OFFICE. Bv the imniireit. Store keepers will realtae a laving of titty per cut. hy using laem »« wrs, >iug paper. Fifty oeow iwr knndrcl.