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/j o o n 1_No •w' » around town There are a good many visitors in town. Mr. Amos Kent, of Tangipahoa, wrs here Friday. Mr. Prince and family have moved to New Orleans. Mrs, T. .i s. McGrath is visiting rela tives in Illionis. l)r. Johnson, wife and Miss Josie have gene to North Carolina, 1/r. Bingham will preach in the Presby terian church next Sunday, The Greenback party lias a summer growth. It will die in winter. AV. J. Smith has had a neat lattice work erected in the front of his store. The Kev. Win. Fast will preach at Union Hall, the first Sabbath in August, Mi-ses Sal He Johnson and Annie Ogles by are visiting San Antonio, Texas ■ r.. a l!111<* t.iri and Fnther 11 obhs in consequence is immensely happy. Many of the Greenbackers in this coun ty say they will vote for Hancock. The weather indicates a marriage in l’.rookhaven to-night about eight o’clock. The membership of the Picwarbeehen Club now numbers about about twenty live Mr. Dreyfus has gone to Ashvilie, N. t , to breathe the pure mountain air of that region, Dr. J. M. Baggett, who for the summer is making Monticello his home, has been in town the last tew days Prof Powell, wife and Miss Edwin Bur. nlv, will open the McNutt High School, in Isidore county, September 15th. Rev- Pinckney Johnson, of Crystal Spring, was in town yesterday. He is tin uncial agent of Whit worth College. J no. M. Martin is making a short trip through East Mississippi for Win. C. Browning & Co., clothiers of New York. Why is the Greenbackers on the cast ami west sides of the Railroad like a game of base ball? Because there is nine on a side. K. S. Wilson was in town last w.-ek. lie has purchased the Walthall Pioneer, and will assume control this week. He iscom petent to publish a good paper. There will be a race run at the track Saturday between Smith’s horse and l'i-wn’s mare, by T, J. Decell and Alfred Smith. Purse, twenty-five dollars. The District Attorney is now looking ver the account of ex-Treasurer Gart mr.n, and expects to investigate other county officials during the summer. t Ion- A. B. C-X. Y. Z. is still hefuddel ing the minds of those that will listen to him- He knows better, and ought to be ashamed of himself for annoying people this warm weather. J. M. II Martin, Jr-, hasgone to Coffee ville, and we learn will take charge of the Yalobusha Standard and run it in thein t rest of the Greenback party. Another Kiciimond in the field. The null men held their regular meet ing here last Friday, but did nothing of interest to the outside world. It is under stood they are co-operating with each other, comparing accounts, etc. Two to one that the Greenbaekers don’t carry a State in the Union: AVho’ll take the bet? Notwithstanding the fact that their organs claim to have a membership of twenty-two hundred in this county. (Ireenbackers are opposed—awfully op posed—to being taxed to pay the interest on the the bonds. 7/ow do they like the idea of being taxed to give to the Yankee soldiers enough money to make their war pay equal to gold? Think of this. Cadet Oscar Crosby—known in Military parlance as Sergeant C— has returned from AVest Point, after an absence of two vears, He will spend the Summer here. In a class of seventy-five, Oscar stood fourth. Mr. Thos Lewis and daughter, Miss Sal lie, returned from their trip to Philadel phia a few days ago. It is understood they brought hack several hundred dollars in gold that some good relative had been kind enough to leave them, before pro curing a passport fur the other world. Mi . AVm, Connerlv, of Pike county, has been in our county several day. He spends most of his time around the Court-house’ but does not tell every one what lie is af ter Some of Connerlv’s friends think he would make a good Secretary of State, and sn do we. If compentenev is to be con sidered, he is the equal of any man in the State. If is amusing to hear some of the Green cracker* blow off. They are going te carry Lincoln county, Mississippi and three fourths of the other States of the Union, so they seem to imagine. Mark this pre diction: They will not carry Lincoln county. Mississippi or any State in the Union. They will carry nothing, except those they delude with their false and rid iculous notions, and in three years the party w ill not be heard of. It will haye a more sudden collapse than did the Know nothing party. The Pictvai beclien Club. The most interesting meeting of this club since its reorganization was held at the resilience of the Messrs Mikas on last Friday night. At 8 o’clock numerous ve hicles rolled out on their destination, filled with the members and invited guest*. Upon arriving all were cordially welcom ed and ushered into the elegant residence. The club was called to order, and the min utes of the previous meeting read and ap proved. The literary exercises were called for and promptly responded to, all acquit ting themselves admirably. The names ot the visitors were placed on the honorary list. Miss Lizzie Cooper, of Jackson, fa vored the club with choice instrumental music. Refreshments in profusion were served and partaken »f. The devotees ot Terpsichore then paid homage to their favorite muse, led on by music furnished by Mr. Mikas. Pleasant conversation en sued and diver* games were indulged in, iuierspeised by charming music by Mis* Hattie Martin and the Misses Pickens. After accepting an invitation to hold the next meeting at the residence of J. W, Martin, the club prepared for the return, thanking their hosts for their princely hospitality. --- Concordia Club. The Concordia Club held its last meet-, ing at the residence of Dr. Daughtry. Mr. P. Mikas was enrolled as an active mem ber. The following were elected honorary members. Misses Estelle Wolf, Fontain Garrett, Cola Barr, and A. Startler and la dy. The committee on anniversary made their filial report which was received and adopted. Chas, Wolf recited “Mona’s Water*:” Chaa, Chrisman recited “Sailor Boy’s Dream;” A. I«wenthal, Jr..declaim ed “Criminality of Dueling;” Miss Maggie Scarborough played an matrumental piece entitled “Farm* rs’ Gallop;” Mia* Pauline jKeiigman favored the company with some •choice vocal music After adjournment, various games were indulged in. At 12 •o'clock the company dispersed, returning .many thanks to the charming hostess. German student lamps for s*to at J* M Henry’s, at New Orleans prices* BARBECUE at union ball. Prelininsrles Arranged and Committees Appointed. At a meeting of the people near Un* ion Ilall Cliuroh and Brookbaveu. it was decided to have a Barbecue at Union Hall Church on the ‘23d day of July, 1880. Tho following committees were appointed. ' Committer op Arrangements —L 0 Maxwell, S H Alleu, Isaac C Smith, W C Mason, A E Moreton, W H Penn, Pinckney Smith and J M May. Committee to Pbooube Meats—R B Withers, L C Maxwell, F H Uartuian, .1 B Deasou, Pinck Smith, E Bowsky, Monroe Sartiu, W A Towns, Henry Towns, Ed Short, Frank Kelly, Dan Hickmau, J W Boone. To PnoccK Bread.—W C Mason, Clias Hueftk. I Cope, CtmB Cuming, A W Smith and Jesse M Smith. Lumber.—Capt J A Hoskins and l)r. II P Atkins. To Build 'Tables, Etc.—Ban Hud nail, Carroll Bacdwell, A D Dixon ami Win Liutou. To Barbecue Meats.—Jno Mason. .(no Cook, H Mason and h F Smith The following ladies to prooue cakes, pies, etc: Mis I Cope, L C Maxwell, .1 A Hos kins, ,) C Hardy, Tlios M.-N nr C Cum ing, T J R Iieeuau, \V £1 L’ 'in, .least M Smith, 0 HeuuK, Ja • -lay. it li Henry, Jno McGrath, Prank Larkin. A Scherck, E Pfeifer, E Ivdilinnn, il 1’ Atkius, E M Bee, R It Withers, Pink Smith, M Xaltv. J B Daughtry, VV P Baggett, Lee Sartin. -I \V Ben nett, Alf D McL»nilon. Vernon .Vmith, J B Chrismau, l' T Meade. To Receive Baskets and Abiiangs Table. — Mrs. I. Cope and Mrs L C Maxwell, To Prooce Vinegar. Fewer, Bali and Nails.—Dr J W Bennett and M Nalty. The above cnumittea are requested to eall on any of their friends to serve with them. The meats should he delivered to W C Mason by 8 o'clock a. in., July 22.1, 1880. Political speaking aud whisky will not be allowed on the grounds aud any one iutoxioated will be arrested. Col ored people not expected or wanted, except those especially invited. —-— Religious tnnniiiieemelits. We aie requested by Rev- H. K, Cald well to make the following announcements: The Third Quarterly Meeting for Scot land Circuit will he held at Sweetwater, July 17th and Kith. The protracted meeting for New Hope will commence second Sunday in August, and at Bethesda (or Wright’s) the tiiird Sunday in August. The time for the Bethel (Caseyville) meet ing lias been changed from the fourth Sun day in August to the fourth Sunday in October. The protracted meeting for New Bethel McCall’s Creek) will begin on Friday night before tlie fifth Sunday in August. Protracted meeting commences at Gala tia (Union Church) Saturday liefore the first Sunday in October.at 11 o’clock, a- m. —^ - Tile Ureeu -crackers are laughing be cause tbe Democrats have not perfected the organization of a club here, aud are boastiug that every body belongs to the Green-crack club. Let them pos sess their greenbacks (or souls) in pa tience. At the proper time tbe Demoe racy will reorganize and sweep everys iHlug ueiore it, vjrreeu-.smuciiers, nnup cals, negroes aud all else opposed to the living, progressive principles of the grand old Democratic party. If you don’t want to be crushed, you had bet tor leave the organization whose forma* tiou is as t hi u as a soap bubble, aud re turn to the oldest, best, grandest and greatest party the world has ever known, whose father was Thos. Jeffer son. I « O » I A Greenback Failure. We learn an effort to organize a Green back meeting at Mt. Zion Church, in the northwestern part of the countv, a few days since, was a failure. It broke up in con fusion. Educate your Boys. Editor Brookhaven Ledger:— Do you ever notice how observing the little ones are, how they see every thing around them and how well they remember what they hear? Their mindB are like soft mellow ground in which ■eeds are falling and where either seeds or grain will surely grow. Sow wheat in your field and reap out the weeds, and by and by you will harvest a good orop of grain. But neglect your ground and you will only reap coarse grass and useless weeds, stronger and more rank if the soil is rich and moist. So with these boys of yours. Their minds will absorb everything around them aud they will be constantly; learning some thing whether you teach them or not. If they are unemployed at home, you know how restless they are for change, and how soon yon find they are stand ing around the depot or at the street corners, aud there they are learning their lessons aud not all of the most profitable kind. These Summer days are along and the active minds of tliesp boys are hungry for discussion. Is it not then yonr duty and may|be your pleasure too, to study the taste and in clinations of your children and find out what tliev waut and what tliev eniov? Yon cnu give them some work that they will like to do, and encourage them by your owu interest in their pro gress, giving a word of praise when merited. How often a mother says. “My boy lias no taste for reading. ” Has she ever done anything to awaken and cultivate a taste for reading? I believe there is no boy in the laud who may not be made to love to read Trow. bridge’s stories for boys, or Hesba Stratton's J sad pictures ofj life, those these last usually are. Begin the book yourself and when your hearer it thoroughly interested give it to him to finish, helping him along accasionallv river the hard places. And ask ques tions about what he has read. Keen books and papers about that be will noon pick up and read Let him have a paper of Ilia own, that he mav look for its coming and be eager for the next chapter of that pood story. Yon can get the best of reading now in a cheap form, and five dollars’ worth will give qnite s good supply for six months. (Ian you spend money better than to furnish ideas and instruction for the intelligent immortal minds of your own children? Then you should" talk with them about the current topics of the day, the conventions, or elections, the electric lights or the phonngragh. or the prospect for a new railroad. Yon will find they appreciate more thnn yon would believe. All this is educa tion in one sense. But these minds need to study and think; they need exercise ns well as the muscles, and this must be done under the tuition of judicious teachers. Tf yon can choose your gardener, do von not select one who will use good judgment in planting seeds of the right kind and in the best way? So should you olinose teachers who will adopt their instruc tion to the capacity of their pnpils and teach in an interesting manner, A tenoher who loves his work will in fuse a love of stndv into the minds of those he teaches, To uwtiken a real ins terest is of much impoitance and to draw out the ideas and opinions of the pupils, bdcI teach them to think and resson. and remember is one of the highest modes of education. Bv and by boys will be men ami all must be employed in some business. So their minds should now be directed with reference to life and Its duties, and their tastes educated in some definite line. Let them praotioe faithfully in mental arithmetic, correct spelling and especially aim at fine penmanship. Lei them be taught the beat use of lan guage and to avoid every word that i> unrefined or harsh. All boys should it time learn book keeping and with thii foundation of a good education, coned habits and gentlemanly manners all oat make their way in the world sod risett positions of usefulness 4 Fbiend of Brookhaven Bogs. State Schools. We publish iu auothor column the advertisement of the State University, and cannot too strongly reocommend it. The next Session will oommence Heps tembor 80th. There were four hundred aud seventeen students iu attendance last year. No tuition is charged to Htudents from any State, except law students. The Trustees are having some mess kitchens built outside the campus for mess clubs. Attention is called to the advertise ment of Mississippi College, at Clinton. This is one of the eldest aud best schools iu the South, and is in a most prosperous condition. A military do partment will he added next session. Head the other soliooladvorlisomeuts. Monticello Hots Charles E. Hooker honored Monticello with a speech last week. He had a large audience. Our town wa^ unusally lively fur the past three weeks, owing -. to the many visi tors. Amongst them were Mr. and Mrs. Kaiser. Marks and Benjamin Kaiser, Miss. Ida Kieinan and Millie Leyy. Business rather dull. Weather very warm. Ileal ent.Uc i< looking up. On.* or three barber* wanted. No Gar tield men need n<»i apply. Crop* lo k enc mi raging. lixi iuMon (<» N.*w Orleans. Co’. Tho«. N. Averv, of Canton, will run an excursion from Grenada to New Orleans on the 27th in*t., returning on the 29th. thn* allowing the party two day* and two night* in the city. The fare for the round trip from Rrookhaven will be $3.50, and the train will pa«*a here about twelve o’clock in daylight, arriving in New Or leans at seven in the evening. —-——»• *—--— Katllhation nt Cascyrllle, AVe are authorized to sav there will be a grand Hancock anil Knglish ratification meeting at l.aseyville, Saturday, July 24th. All Deuiocrals, or those who ex pect to support the nominees of the Na tional Democratic Convention, are invited to attend. NTATK LAWN. I.iiiioln foil lily's Ni’hnol Fiin.l IP4ieiene>- No tlore Wlii.liy tiir l.awmiee I auiily. AN ACT to authorize *hc Board of So* pervisors of Lincoln couutv to levy a tax sufficient to pay the outstanding iiulebtiifHS on hoc mnt of the comity school fund, Suction 1. lie it enacted 6// the Legislature if the State of Missis sippi, That the board of Supervisors of Lincoln oounty, be, and they are hereby authorized and empowered, if in the judgement of said board it is ox pedeut, to levy a tax sufficient, to be collected for the year 188**, to pay the outstanding indebtedness, incurred on account of the county school fund of said county prior to the first day of January. A. D., 1880; said tax to bo col lected cither in currency.or warrants is sued on account of county school fund prior to the first day of January, 1880, due by the above named comity, and when collected paid into the County treasury, as other county funds are now required bv law to be paid into %aid treasury. Sec 2, He it further enacted, mi,,,. HtJa net tnke effect anil bo in force from and after its passage. Approved March 5th, 1880. AN ACT to prohibit the sale of vinous, spirituous or intoxicating liquors in Lawrence county, and for other pur poSPS. Section 1. Tie it enacted by the r.eqidature of the State a f if ississip' pi. That hereafter it shall be unlawful for anv person or persons to sell, dis pose of, or give away, anv vinous or spirituous or any intoxicating liquors or drinks bv whatsoever name called, not excepting patentlTbittersJthat mnv intox:cate, in whatsoever form, within the bonndrv lines of said Lawrence county; Provided, That this act shall not be constructed ns to prohibit the sale of such liquors by any person or persons already having a license to sell the same, until the terra for which such license was issued shall have expired; Provided, further. That this act shall not be so construed as|to prohibt the use of such liquors for sacramental or med icinal purposes. Sec 2. Be it further enacted. That neither the board of Supervisors of said county, nor any other body which may now or hereafter be authorized to grant license, shall grant license to any person or persons to sell any such vin ons or spirituous or intoxicating dtinks by whatsoever name called, in said county of Lawrence, the object and in tent of this act being to prevent the sale or giving away of said vinous or spirituous or intoxicating liquors or drinks, within the boundry lines of Lawrence county; and anv person or persons violating any of the provisions of this ant, shall, upon conviction there of before any court of competent juris diction, be adjudged guilty of a misde meanor, and be fined in a snm not less than fliftv dollars and not more than one hundred dollars for each offense, and be confined in the conntv jail not less than thirty nor more than sixty days, such fine or imprisonment at, the discretion of the court. Sec. 3. Be it further enacted. That all acts and parts of acts in conflict with this act be and the same are herebv re _„,1 f 11iu oof fnlro nnd be in force from end nfter its pas sage. Approved March 5, 1880. Tiie Chicago Times says it is an open secret among the Vermont delegation just returned from the Cincinnati Con vention via New York that Tilden inis contributed a “bar I” to the campaign fund in the form of a check for $100, - (iOO to the order of W. H. Barnum, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee. - ^ • — st Fool Once .More. For ten year* my wife was confined to her bed with such a complication of ail ments that no doctor could tell what was the matter or cure her, and I used a small fortune in humbug stuff. Six months ayo i l naw a U. S. flag with Hop Bittern on it. j ami 1 thought 1 would he a fool once more, I tried it bpt my folly proved to be wisdom Two bottles cured her; she is now as well and strong uh any man’s wife, and it coat me only two dollars. Such lolly pays.-7 H. W. Detroit, Mich. July 15 2-w. City Hotel. This is the name given the old Maxwell House by the present lessee, Mr. Jno. W Martin, lie has had it overhauled, clean ed and put in good order for the public He will keep as good a table as any house on the road, give clean beds and fresh lin en, and charge a reasonable price. The tiaveling public will find this a pleasant place to Hop. Mr- Martin has several rooms that he would like to rent to people efugeeing from New Orleans'during the summer. Such as desire a pleasant, cheap heme, should correspond with him. -—• • Dr Harter’s Liver Pills produce activity in the billiary organs, without any violent purgative effect. They are at once the mildest and m »st effective cathartic. For sale by all druggists. jnly15 2t N H Cain* of Fayette, Ala., says. I gave Dr Harter’s Fever and Ague Specific to my little daughter, who was a mere skeleton from the effects of ague; she is now well and a new child. My wife suffered eight months from chills and fever; nothing did herjany good until she commenced using Dr Harter’s Fever and Ague Specific which cured her at once. For sale by all ^druggists. July 15 2t Our Progress. As stages and stage routes are quickly aban doned with the completion of railroads, so the huge, drastic, cathartic pills, composed of crude and bulky medicines, are quickly abandoned w itli the introduction of Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Purgative Pellets, which are sugar-coated, and little larger than mustard seeds, but .composed of highly concentrated vegetable extract* and are warranted to cure all irregularities of stom ach, liver and bowels, gold by druggists. Go to Martin & Co. or Dangbtry , k Smylie for Watt’s celebrated lini ment. Call and see the numerous oer* tifioates in their posaeision. A Question Artsy Jo Answer. Mrs. Jones—Can you tell me why Kohlmau's store is crowded? t cover buy in a cash house, but see lota of folks buying in there. Neighbor—Why, don’t you know Kohlman’s Great Cash House is the cheapest in town, (Everything sold is represented to be what it is; you get what you buy, and nbovo all Kohlmau in very particular in giving full weight and honest measure. It you have any spare cash. Sister Jones, just try Kohl • man and you will never trade elsewhere. A'or Sale, A handsome residence in Brookha ven oheap. For terms apply to J. M. Buckly. july 8 4t .\efer Dies. But still in the ring selling ns cheap as the cheapest, is the motto of Kohl* man’s Great Cash House. Turnip Seed. 150 pounds of fresh turnip seed just received direct from 1). Landreth & Sous, for sale cheap by july8 3t Dauohtby & Smylik. Hottest l.USU II nur Given for eggs, chickens, wool hides etc. lit Kohlman’s Great, Gash House Genuine Goat’s and Glark's thread at 5 ct. a spool, and cheapest calicoes in town to be had at Kolilmau's Grout OssU House. For Sale Cheap. A good second bund Piano. Apply to ju!y8 2t E. B. Perkins. Dr. Watt’s celebrated liniment for sale at Daughtry & Smylie’s and F. M Martin & Go.’s drug stores. A First Class Tin Shop. Having purchased the interest of L Priuce, 1 will open a first class shope I have procured a first class worknan aud will do all kinds of work; also re pair old stoves at prices beyond anil' petition. Jno. K. Perkins. july8 21 A JJousehold J\ ecd A hook on the Liver, its diseases ami heir treatment sent liee. Including treas ues upon Liyer Gomplaints,Torpid Liver, Jaumiice, Biilouoness, Headache, Gonsli* paliun, Dyspepsia, Malaria, etc- Address Dr- Sanford, 162 Broadway, New York Guy, N• Y. juoe 24-4w. Kean P. iieniy’s advertisement* 11 you are tiouole with rheumatism!,, neuralgia, toothache, or any other kind ol actie, his liniment will relive you. A Curiosity Shop. See Dan Liualian’s ad. of Bpoks. Get his catalogue. It is worth while reading. oet. 2-lyr Wishing to 'Jiea/ize, We will for the next thirty days sell our overload of goods at great I v reduced tig rues. Choice calicoes at 7 cents. A big line of shoes cheap for cash at Kolilmau’s Great Gash House. P Henry’s Liniment is a sure cure for worms* Instant relict. Onlv oOets a hot tie A Card. To all who are suffering from the errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak ness early decay, loss of manhood, &c., I will send a recipe that will cure you, r KEE OF CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary in South Amer ica. Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Kev. Joseph 1 unman,Station 1).New York City. ian29-ly E. Oflner sells America Dimmer China Betts ICO pieces for *14 00. tf. Best silver plated ware a specialty, at E. Ofliier, 174 Canal St.. N. O. tj loo .Much Stock. J/aving more goods on haiul than we wish to carry for the summer, we have concluded to reduce them and will now of fer our country and city friends unusual inducements. Now is the time and Kohl man’s Great C’ash Home is the place. Don’t you lorget it. jpo You lV*a?tt Ilcatth’l Why will ye die? Death or what is worse is the inev itable result of continued sus pension of the menstrual flow. It is a con dition which should not be trilled with. Immediate relief is the only safeguard against constitutional ruin. I n all cases of suppression, suspension or other irregular ity of the “courses,” Bradfield’s Female Regulator is only sure remedy. It acts by giving tone to the nervous centries, im proving the blood and determining direct ly to the organs of menstruation. It is a legitimate prescription, and the moat intel ligent physicians use it. Prepared by Dr. J. Bradfield, Atlanta, Ga. *1.50 per bot tle. Sold by F M Martin & Co., Brook* hrven. Notasulga, Ala., July 7, 1877. Bradfield’s Female Regulator has been thoroughly tested by me in a great variety of cases,and I am fully convinced that it is unrivaled for all that class of diseases which it claims to cure, june 17 2-in. J. C. HUSS, M. D. The most wonderful blood purifier in the world—eradicates, every taint - S. S, S, jnne 17 1-m. Atlanta, Ga,. Nov. 7, 1879. I)r. C. J. Moffett—Dear Sir—I cannot too strongly recommend your TeetHina (Teething Powders) to mothers as one of the best medicines they can obtain for their debilitated ami sickly infants. I have used it with very satisfactory results the past summer with my own child, and while we have heretofore lost a child or two from teething under other remedies, our present child that has taken Teethina linn u..l«l>u Kntr I fo niaril ia pprtnin to make it a standard family medicine for this country for the irritations of teething and bewel disorders of children of all ages, l-'or said by I*' M .Martin and all druggist, I am, verrv respectfully, A. 1\ BROWN. M. D. (Brother ex-Gov. Jos. E. Browu.) june 17-1-in. (jo to McGrath’s for ladies and gents hats. Don’t forget the name and place to buv your crockery,cliina and glassware* It is at K. Oliner, 174 Canal St., N. O. tf. For anv external pain, sore, wound or lamenesss of man or boast, use oi.ly 1’. Henry’s Liniment. It penetrates all muscle and flesh to the very hone, expel ling nil in ttamu t inn, soreness and pain, and healing the diseased part. I desire to Inform my friends that I have made arrangements with I. \V, Harper. Distiller of Nelson county, Kentucky, for the exclusive sale rif his Whiskey in this county. Harper Whiskies have been long and favorably known for their absolute parity, their excellent flavor and old age, it being a rule of the Distillery not to sell a barrel until it has attained an age of at least four years. I have made the W hiskey Trade a study, have alwavs endeavored to keep the I test in the market, and now since I uui aide to offer Harper's Whiskies, lam confident 1 have the be# m the land. The public will please make a note of this. lies[.eetl June 10-ly Urookhaveu, Alisa. I have used the liniment known as P. Henry's, and have been greatly benetifted therefrom* I desire that all should know the fact, and that I believe it to be the most powerful liniment i*iw ottered for sale. I have been greatly troubled for a long time willi a severe pain in the hid, and up to the time of trying your liniment reaeived no relief. One application* has almost entirely relieved me. Any one suffering with rheumatism or any kind ol pains will And an excellent remedy in your liniment, and one that I belieye will cure them._Y^DAY. Somebody's Child. Go to McGrath’s for handsome em broidery lace etc._ P Henry’s Liniment is a good remedy in stock diseases, such as sprains, swinney si iff joints, swellings, etc. Only nOcts a, bottle. __ McGrath sells kid gloves lower than any body,_._ $14 00 will buy a complete dinner, breakfast and tea sett, comprising 160 pieces at E. Offner, 114 Lanai St. N Wanted. A situation as Teacher in a family, or in a school, by a lady fully competent tc teach English, French, elementary Latir and the Piano. Best of references from clergy and merchants of New Orleans. Address J. W. McCALL, july!5-2t £4 Euterpe St, New Orleans For Sale. A good, commodious dwelling nnd ap tmrtenances; line water, two acres or land, ocation the beat in ISrookhaven. Terms reasonable. Apply to Mrs Laura K Wil liams, or to B, H. Thompson, Alt’y, july 15 3m For Sale. % A dwelling liouso and two acres ot land, in the town of 1'rookhaven. for sale on reasonable terms; house contains six room, in good repair. Good under ground cistern and tine well of water, a house connected which con tains servant room, dining room and pantry. For further iniormation apply at this office. >fan-24»3ai Notice to Bridge Builders. The building ot a bridge across McCalls creek ou the upper Natcnea road near Irvin Smith’s or old Friendship P. O., will l»o let to the lowest responsible bidder at the Court House on the 1st Monday in August next. The contractor will be allowed all t he old bridge lumber suitable for building bridges. The bridge to be about 88 feet long and 15 feet wide, the om tensions of the tember to be a follows; Mud sill Co feet Ion* 12x12 laches, posts, can sills and braces lOxlt inches, tloonug 1^x6 lushes, and banisters 3xi incite*). /fond and aecurety will be required t< keep the bridge up live years. Hj ordor of the Hoard of Supervisors July 5th 1880. July sqw. F. Af. MARTIN, Clerk. Waveriy Seminary \o. 1414 II Nt., X. W. Washing. Ion, 1>. i Boarding ami day school for Young ladies, Course of Instruction thorough ami progressive. Advantages first-class. Beat Professors employ cd. Ses.sipn opens Sept. 20th. For Circulars ap ply to Miss LIPSCOMB, Principal. July 15lut wm. a. greenT Representing N. 0. Lightning Rod Company Manufacturers, Inventors, Importers ami Dealers in all kinds of Lightuiug Rod aud Lightuiug Rot Materials, Ornamental Iron Railing for Cemetery Lu Enclosures, Magnetic Electric Marhin es,important for ull diseases. Every Design oi Weather Vanes ami Ornaments. Robinson’s “Electro Magnetic Silvei Cables, ’ a Specialty, The Oitie‘t Established Company South and the only House of the kind in the Southwestern Country. James M Robiusou.Gen Agt & Maug’r 24t> Canal Street, NE" ORLEANS, La Orders tilled with dispatch, satisfatioi guaranteed. ju!yH5-3iu MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE, SESSION 1880-81. M ill Open WedneMlaj’. Nep. 40 Will Close June 30, 1881. A Military Department will be organi zed at llie opening oi the session. Board from $7 to $12.50 per month. Tuition from $3 to $0 per month. For full information write to Presidenl W. S. Wehh, ur send for catalogue. W. T. RATJ-IFF, Tres. Board True in Clinton, Mias., J u !y 15, ’80. julyl5 3m EDGE HILL SCHOOL. The uext session of tills School will commence Sept. 15th. Fur circulars apply to The Mis see Kaniiulph, Keswick Depot. Alheruiarle Co. Va FEMALE SEMINARY, GEORGETOWN, KY. Quarter of it Century in Existence. Recognized as one of the best institutions for educating voung ladies. Full course. Thorough education. 'Healthiest part of the State. Fall term begins September Oth, 1SS0. For catalogue and full information, address J. J. RUCKER, Principal, Georgetown, Ky. HAMILTON FEMALE COLLEGE. Well selected course of study. Special departments | for all the ornamental branches. Faculty large, able and experienced. Extensive Grounds for recrea | tion. Excellent buildings, 160x88 feet, four stories, 'ontaining 125 apartments. Commodious chapel. Sice Recitation, Ornamental. I’lav and bath Rooms. Warmed by steam and lighted with gas. Only two young ladles occupy a roon. Charges lower than any school offering equal advantages in the l mted States. Session begins September 13th, 1880. For terms, cat alogues and further particulars, addreaa J. T. PATTERSON, President, Lexington, Ky. TFAfiHERS *STUI)ENTS | Lrivl I LI twill OO. ci §200 per month during VACATION. For full particulars, sddrees, J. C. McCUBDY Jfc CO., Wt. Louli, Mo. RICHMOND FEMALE INSTITUTE Richmond, va. J. B. Hawthorne* I). IK. Pres’t Board Trustees. Miss Salley B. Hamner, Principal. For more than a guarter of a century this Insti tution has enjoyed a liberal patronage, not only from Va., but all the Southern States. Building handsome, and elegamly/urnished. Conversa tional French taught by Parisian. Art under charge of Eu rope an Artist Music a specialty. Address the Principal for Catalogue. e, shout, DEALER IN CENERAL MERCHANDISE Montgomery, Miss. SELLS CHEAP FOR CASH. I have also opened a FIRST-CLASS BAR ROOM aud FAMILY GROCERY, at my store, one mile south of Wesson, on the Brookhaven road, where I have a splendid ■■■ ■— assortment of WINES, LIQUORS, TOBACCO, CIGARS And Family Groceries. AH at a very reasonable price for cash, marl8 ly c\, Nt. I.. Al V. O. 1C. L. 'raking: Effect -Inly 4th, 1880. GOING NORTH : Express—Leaves N. Orleans 7:45 a m Arrives Brookhav’n 1:50 pm Arrives at Jackson, 4:20 p m Mail—Leaves New Orleans, 4:30 p ni Arrives at Brooknaven 9:32 p in Arrives at Jackson, - - 11:35 p m I Viiiu firluunu 1 -‘lO It 111 Arrives at Brookhav'n 12:00 p m Arriyes at Jackson, 4:35 am GOING SOUTH. Ex PRESS—-Leaves Jackson, at 3:21 a m Arrives Hrookbav’n 5:41am -Arrives N. Orleans 11:00am Mail—Leaves Jackson at - - - 10:50a m Arrives at Brooknaven 1:20 a m Arrives at N . Orleans, 7:15 a m Mixkd—Leave Jackson at 7:<*o a m Arrives at Brookbav’n 10:30 a m Arrives at N. Orleans 8:15-p m Nos. 3 and 4 will not stop at anv Flag station, nor at Bogueeliitto or Wesson. Nos. If anil 10 cl# not run on Sundays, E.M.BEE, Agt, Brookbaveu, Miss. I Alii CPUnni k OF CUMBERLAND UN LAW OUnllUL l 1VERSITY,LEBAN»>N\, TKNN. Next terra, ingthe59th, beginn Sept, e, lsso. Diploma and license to practice may be obtained Ay attending two sessions of five months each. Candidate* for Senior Class re ceived on examination. Tuition fee per jerm of five months, /hoarding in good families $3.M) per week, The <mninon law. in force ill every .State, is taught, not by lectures, but by ac tual recitatlo! examination. Near two thousand young iucii have attended this school. July-S-4w YOUNG MEN! time Is MOORE’S BUSINR' UNIVERSITY Atlanta, Ua. $100 covers t. 1 e/penses for three mouths. Send for li tra’ d Circular. july8 12w CRALO HOTEL. POINT CLEAR-ALA. This delig! resort will be open for the recer’ su May 1st, 1880, and under the pri nl management no efforts will be spared to secure the comfort and pleasure of all who visit the Grand Hotel. The hotel building is new, clean and commodious. It is situated on a point of land extending out from the eastern shore of Mobile hay—affords a splendid view of that beautiful sheet of water, by which it is surrounded on three sides, and is visited at all times by the delightful breezes that sweep over the bay from the Gulf of Mexi co, into which it opens, ten miles below Point Clear. Splendid Balt water bathing can be had within a few steps of the doors of the ho tel. Fish and oysters in abundance. Ele gant low pressure steamers will iuuke dai ly trips between the hotel and Mobile— carrying the United States mail—a post office being situated in the hotel; also tele graph or telephone communications. Bates of Board, *3-50 per day, Special rales made to families or single persons by week or mouth. Address, until May 1 O. F. HICKLE, Lock Box 2186, New Orleans, La After that date, Grand Hotel, Point Clear or Lock Box 156, Mobile Ala. aprl-4nj Richardson House. Wesson, Miss. J. N- COOKE, Proprietor. TERMS REASONABLE. MILLINERY! The Millinery Establishment Of Mrs BC Flood and Mrs Thomas McGrath is removed next door, and is In csiinoction with the Store of Mrs B C Flood, NOT SUSPENDED! as has been so erroneously circulated, but is in FULL BLAST with with a large and well selected stock of llats. Bonnets, Trimming**, Ribbons Laces and Edging, and an endless variety of Ladle's Un derwear, Hosiery etc. Thanking their many customers for past favors, solicit acontinuance of the same. Satisfac tion guaranted, JULIA McGRATli, BC FLOOD. Jan-‘J4-111109, 14 QTHD HPHANQ Stool, Book. A Music, boxed A shipped, only Hf>. New Pianos $195 ro 1,600. 11TMidsummer offer IllustM tree Address Daniel F. Beatty, Washington, N. J. juue‘M-4w MAI>T UN FERMENTED MALT BITTERS TRADEMARK rilllis INCOMPARABLK|NUTRIKNT isrlehei | In Bone ami Muscle Producing Material! than all other forms of mult or Mediciue. whiU freu from the objections urged against malt li quors. For ditllcult digestion. Sick Headache, Consumptioh, Emaciation, Mental and Physiea Exhaustion, Nervousness, want of sleep, Ulcer ative Weakness of. Females, Exhaustion ofNur sing Mothers, of the aged, ami <>f Delicate Chil dren, Malt Bitters arc the purest. West, and most economical mediciue ever compounded. Soli everywhere. .MALT BITTERS CO., Boston, Mass. June 44-45-w. TP? AH£— Pbkky, Huston County, (ia. We have known “Swift’s Syphilitic specific' tested m hundreds of obstinate cases of Syphilis Mercurial Rheumatism, Scrofula etc. It madt the most perfect and permanent cure in every cate. Hugh L. DennuhI, Eli Wakken. Sam I>. Killen, J. IP. Wimbeklv Judge Co Court, J. C. Gilbert. Drug’t J. Tj. Warren, of .J. W. Mann J. W. Lsiihoip it Co., County Treasurer Savannah Ga Wm. D. Pierce, Sheriff Ed. Jackson, C C. Duncan Dep’t Cl’k Sup’r Ct. Day& Gordon Wm. Brunson, We are acquainted witli the gentleman whom signatures appear to the above certificate. The) are citizens of said county, of the highest res pectability and character. A. S. (ilLE.v. Ordinary Houston Co., <Ja. D. II. CULLER, Clerk Superior Court, Houston county, (la I am personally acquainted with the proprie tors, ami many of the gentlemen whose signa tures appear to the foregoing certificates. The) are men of high character and standing. a ii / x 11 iii'ii 'l^r Governor of Georgia. TUB SWIFT SPECIFIC ro MPA NY, proprie tors, Atlanta, Ga. Sold by F. M. Martin .v Co., Hroukhaveu. t all lor acopyof. “Yo-mg t/eu’c friend." June 7-12 ni EftT.\BLisni:i> 1-Sir#, Established 1849 Danziger’s 131 Canal Nt., HEW OKEEAHN. As the season us advancing we have made re ductions in Summer stock, and now offer great inducements to those wishing to purchase Dry Goods, suitable for the season, Cotton, Calicoes and Sheetings. Calicoes in new desgns at ft and 6 cents a yard The best brands of 4-4 Bleached shirting 9 and lo cents, id-4 Unbleached Sheeting 22% and 2ft cents. KM Bleached sheeting at 2ft and 30 cents. Union Lawns at ft, 6. and 8 cents a yard. Linen Lawus \2% 1ft and 20 cents a yard. 7e Solid colored Lawns with borders' at 12^ and 15 cents a yard. % new styles Colored Lawns witji borders at 12\ at cents a yards. White Piques reduced from s ct. to 7 ct. a yard. Solid color. Striped and Plaid Ginghams reduced from 20 cents to 15 cents a yard. Ladies & Childrens Underweare Vi e call you atteutlon especially to our make of Underweare, Ladies C hernies ail sizes at 30, 35, 45, 50 cents and upwards. Ladies skirts 4 tucks at 30 cents. An extraordinary offering. Unpredented Bargains And immense sacrifices in Danziger’s Under wear and Suit Department. our extensive stock has been thoroughly over hauled and we have placed upon our counters some of the best bargains yet known. At Spec;al Summer Prices In the skirt line, we have an article, well made in every respect and well proportioned for only 30 cents, positively worth so cents and 35 cents manufacture. Our one flounce skirt for 50 cents cannot be made for 6u cents. Our celebrated 10 tucked and flotidce at 75 cents 8 tuck and double ruffle at 80 cents, 4 tuck ed flounce and einboruled at 70 cents. 12 tucked (skirts for $1 have never failed to give entire satisfaction and parties who have tried them always come back for more of them. Our Chernies at 30 cents on account of their size aud finish are the most astonishing article for the price that can oefouud in auy market W’e have also trimmed chemise a- 35 cents and tucked with embroidery at 50 cents aud 60 cent and with inserting at 75 cents besides the finer grades up to $6 aud $8 a piece. , The cat of our Jacques as well as sewing aud finish thoiigh it be only a 40 cent one is what commends them to popular favor, aud we guar antee that we not illy have the best assortment in the city, out the best made aud at the lowest prices. A complete asortments of ladies corset covers from 4ft cents up. A complete asortment of ladies Drawers 30 cents and upward. A complete asortment of chiltPn uuderwoar. A complete asortment of infants underwear. Infants Robes from 60 ceuts and up to $5 00. Calico Wrappers from 90c each up to $1 oo. Percales Lawn and Cambric wrappers a spec ialty. Readv made suits from 1125 up, and a full line of Lawns, Muslin, Linen, ami miming suns ai 80 of silk at low prices. Any article in a wardrode for !Ladies, Child ree and Infants made to order and it guaranted. Every article is made under our mcrsonal sup ervision with special attention to style and fin ish, so that every article euumejated is a perfect garment In every respect. Through our special order department we will gladly furnish all the information necessary concerning the niauner, style ami price of any article that any lady des ires to huye made. We will also send our spec ial measure list, so that auy'one can take the moasura for a dress. Mens and Boys Summer Wear. Cottonades reduced from 20 to 15 cents. C'ottonakes rekueed from 25 to 30 cents. Plain and Siripetl Lineus reduced from 30c to 25 cents. I nion Linen Checks from 15, to 20 cents. All Linen Checks from 25 to 30 cents Light Casimere ami Tweeds from 25c to 75c. Aow is the time to buy your White Goods. They are bought cheap, and are to be sold In tne thirty days. 5 cas« s white pique at 6. H ami loc Victoria Lawns at m, Viy, 15, 20 and 2-V. Bishop law list at la, 17^, 20, 2a and 30c. Plaid and striped nan.souks at 10, 12 and hall, la and 20c. Linnon de Dacca and dc Syrii.la to 35c. 2 cases white linen lawns at 25, 30, 35 and forty cents. 2 cases white swiss Muslin at 10, 12 and hall. 15, 2o and 25c, 0-4 & £-4 whi.e organdies, from 50 cents to ,<l 25. a Cast s extra line new design white PiqllC, 4 Cases printed linen lawns at 10c. Some sold as high as 20e last week. 2 Cases printed linen lawns at 12 l-2c. 2 Cases printed linen lawns at 15e. 0 Cases printed linen lawns at 20, 25 and 30c. 1 Case printed linen lawns at 0c. 8 Cases very elegant printed Jaconet Lawns with side hands 2 Cases Gray Linen Lawns at 10c, worth 15c. 100 Pieces tine French printed Organ dies just opened. Black & Mourning Cnods. 10U pcs black alpaca at 12 l-2o. worth 20c Black eastaiwretts at 15c, worth 25c. All wool blaok cashmere at 45o. Black boatings ).t 15, 20 and 25c. Black french buntings at 30, 35 and 40c, Black lace buntiugs at 20, 25 and 30c. Bombazette Empress cloth, etc, Irom Auction, 23,000jaids Hamburg. Embroidery, A Big Bargain, Look at them. Also 300dozen Ladies’ Linen 11 S Hdkfs, at $1 00, Worth $2 50 Address, TBEO DANZIOER’S SONS. 131 Caual St,, New Orleans, La, may-20-3m UR. J. W. BENNETT, Physician and Surgeon, 11UOOKHAVEN, M188. Office at OauKhtry and Bmylle 8 I)ru| Store. apl«-l) Ji. C. Jl’.V.ffft, ATTORNEY AT LAW, BROOKHAVKN, MISS., Will practice in the Circuit and Cl erv Courts oi Lincoln, Copiah, l*ikt nnu Lawrence counties. I’rompt atten - tion. Charles Chrisman, Attorney at Law, BROOKHAVEN, MISS E.J. SCHALLEIt. Mauulacturer of Steam Pipes, Smoke Stacks ant Breeching, Iron doors and Window Shades. Aih > wen AUgera, tump — and all kinds of Sheet Iron Work. Model-making and any kind of light urn chinery made anti repaired AT LOWEST CASH PRICES. Bkookhaven, Miss-, K- K. Avenui tlec-2-ly Louis Lent ini. Hum opened u TON SO Rl AL PARLOR, Right Side J. It. Perkin’s Store. Front Street - - - - Brookhavei lie lias the moat elegant allaying aa loon in town, and i« aalialied he ear pleaae ail favoring him with then pat ronage. uaiii room attached. juntO-oii Sum Light fool, FASHIONABLE HAIR DRESSER llaa opened a ahop* near the Com house, where he ia prepareil to do ai work in Ilia line. Hie prloea for Shavini Cutting Hair and Shampooing are re markedly low. He solicits the patron age of the public, aud guarantees aalia faction to all patrons. Sept. 2-l\ r. ST. MARCO HOTEL, A NI) RESTAUR ANT BROOKHAVEN, MISS. KEPT by LUCICH AND CANTONL Every room with tire place and ele gant furniture. Kates reasonable Near the Depot. Jan-‘J9-lyr. Ml MM. TMMOJIMPSOJS, Attorney-at-Law, Brookhaven, Miss,, Practices in Courts of Lincoln, Lawrenc Pike and Copiah Counties. Oct. 16-ly STERIM’SHOTEL JACOB STERN, Prop’r. Brookhaven, Miss Terms, $1 50 Per Dav, Good meals, kind attention and eom portable accommodation*. Near the 'Depot. april 11-lvr. Ifr. J. Bowen, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON BKOOKHAVEN, MISS., (biers his service to the people of this see lion and thesurrounding country. He wil attend calls at any hour of day or night. Oliice at Daughtry 4 Smylie’s Drilf Store. Oct 21-ly J. P SESSIONS H. CASSEDY, Jl SESSIONS & CASSEDY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW ltrookliavcii« - - - JIIns. \Y ill attend promptly to all civil busi ness entrusted to them in the countiei of Lincoln. Franklin. Piae, Lawrence and in the Supreme Court at Jackson J. F .Sessions will practice alone iu criminal cases. sept. *2-lyr SHAVING AND SHAMPOONING, Hair, Mouataches, and Whiskers, Dressed, Trimmed or Dyed In the LATENT NTYLE. Bay Hum, fresh LlnensJ choice Perfumes, fra grant Powder and colored Cosmetics always oi hand at N. FIZZOVVICH. Between Perkins Bros, and the courthouse Brookhaven, Miss. JuneS.ly. CASH DRUG STORK F M. MARTIN & CO. Cherokee Steet-; BROOKHAVEN,.MISS ^St ——»w Drugs, Medicines, Chem cals, Oils, Varnishes, Paint, Glass, Putty, Fine Soaps. Per fumery, Dye Woods And Dye Stuffs Generally SPONCES, AND BRUSHES, And all other articles kept by Druggist generally- Physicians* Prescriptions care lulv compunded. Feb. 13-lly. HOW rruicnea tire iWftftc. It will be apparent to any one, who will examine a Solid Gold Watch, that aside from the necessary thickness for engray ing and polishing, a large proportion of the precious metal used, is needed only to stiffen and hold the engraved portions in place, and supply the nfceasary solidity and strength. The surplus gold is actually needless so far as utility and beauty are concerned. In James Boss’ Patent Gold Watch Cases, this waste of precious metal is overcome, and the same solidity and strength produced at from one-third to one half of the usual cost of solid cases. This process is of the most simple nature, as follows: a plate of nickle composition metal, specially adapted to the purpose, has two plates of solid gold soldered one on each side. The three are then passed between polished steel rollers, and the re sult is a strip of heavily plated composi tion, from fthich the cases, backs, centres, bezels, etc., are cut and shaped by suitable dies and formers. The gold in t hese cases is sufficiently thick to admit of .all kinds of cliamng, engraving and enamelling; thv engraved cases have been carried until worn perfectly smooth by time and use without removing ihe gold. They are for sale by all jewelers, and each case is war ranted by Special Certificate. For sale in Brookhaven b% A/ Ktaffler, and all jewlers, ask for illustrated catalo gue, and to see warrant. feb-12-lyr. Burnley’s Worm & Liv Lozenges Sure, Pleasant, Safe. THE BEST LIVER MEDICINE KNOWN. Has no equal as a WORM MEDICINE. A pleasant substitute of Castor oil and Liver Pi'ls. Children eat them readily. The best f.mily medicine in the world For sale at wholesale and retail by. DR. H. BURNLEY, Hazlehurst, Miss Sample box sent by mail, any when poo receipt of 25 cents. may-27'6m. W_I- WANTS DFOR A BOOKdK. JENNINGS Age n 18 Hone amt other Lire Stock- l*xipa5e«: lesthei (5. Ana other fast selling books. , DAN LINAIUN, Bookseltei •s.-iy 4th and Waahlngtoa Are., St. Louis, Me A Preparation of IRON and CALISAYA BARK, In conblnat.'on with the Phesphafts. Endorsed by the Medical Profeeelon, and recommended by them for Dyspepsia, General Debility, Female Diseases, Want of Vitality, Ae. "W. P. Ffll.L, Crnehatt /Unit**, TV*in., Writff: “F>R. IlAR-^ Tkk'm Ibor Tonh Ime done wonders here. A ladj who had been doctored n. arly to death for M era! year*, has been cured of Debility r*,'€ Grant Proatrntion by the US6 of ,**" jr, Jfmtm IIAKTKK a 1 ROM Tome* Which r. James Brown of raised her from her ^ our county, has requested where she had been _ ns to tender you his grateful lying for mauy Betaowledamenta for the great bene moutiis." hla wife received from the use of your Ilf tells us that, after having paid & three or four hundred dollars doctors' bills, two botllee _ v. your IltoM 'i'u.NK.: did her more good than all other med Iclnes she ever used. Him was tr.uMed with Darmao0mmt •/ Ae Womb, wbitea, ate., from which she 1* much relieved. CiMTiO. v 1US, TBXA •- V. A. PatbiC* A €0. MANUT ACT LIKED BY "XHE DR. HARTER HEDICIBX ee^ Wo. 313 NORTH WAIN STREET.. ST..LOUIS. EAGLE and PHENIX PERFECT BALL SEWING THREAD, Columbus, Ga. PEEPAEEDIBY A PEOCESS USED IN NO OTHEE MILL. IT HAS ifo EQUAL. ; 1 6 B all to pound, one pound packages. 20 Balls to pound, two pound paper boxes Packed In ( iiwx of SO, 30. 30, IOO nr 300 Pound UNIPOEM PEIOL. INVAEIABI.E DISCOUNTS. SOLD BY ALL JOBBERS. Ask for EAGLE & PHENIX USE NO OTHER Jan.9t-ry CREENSTREET PLANING MILL, LOUIHVILLK ICY DAVIS & GAGE, MANUFACTURERS OF IttSi, 8A8HsBtJW»B, FRAMES, ST AIR-WORK, MOULDING, ETC 277 and 279 Grcc u St bet. 7th and 8th St., LOUISVILLE, KY; s-25-lyr. BOOTS AND SHOES FOR Ladies, Gents and Misses. lu connection with ray home manufacture, I a ve opened a first clase boot and shoe store, and invite an inspection of the public. I will only keep strictly Urst class goods, which will be se lected by myself, ami made expressly by orders. A/y experience in toy line warrants me In saying I have selected such a stock as must please all. My stock of Ladle’s and Misses' Shoes is complete, and they are invited to call and examine it. Men’s work of all h vies. To old and new customers I return thanks and request an opportunity to show 5 them my stock* WM. ABSHAGEN, may 0-3iu Brookhaven, Miss, ■' ■ ■ ■ 1 1 « L i > jraiiiiis, uus aim uiwsj $ ' VA2KI32E3. 30L32S, B2232E3, k 1 BaUders* Hardware, | | N. W. Cor. Eighteenth & Market, | LOUISVILLE, IVY. i j i %, - V SEND FOR PRICE LIST. KIDNEY REGULATOR AMD DIURETIC. KflMfEGEIV I. hiiihlr recommended Bnatuiourpfuwd fur \Y I. V k or mi l. KUMXYS, DltOPSY, BUIUHT’M DIS I A&, I.OSN of **EB«iY, WKKVOUS DHmil Y, or any OBSTBIK rlSr"1-" » or BI.ADBEB SmUSKAIw for V IIIOW I'EVEB. BLOOD and KIDAEY l»OISOM >fi, In IiiNctcd malarial Meet ions* !•" Ry the distillation of a KORKST T.RAF with J* WIDER BERRIES and BARLEY MALI’ w« ha<™ dluonrad KIDNKGEN, which acta apccUR»1!t ‘>» ‘ho Kidney* and Urinary Organs, removing deposit* in the Bladder any straining, smarting, heat or Irritation in the water passage*, giving thorn strength, vigor and causing a healtliy color and easy flow of urine. It can be taken at all times, in all climates, without injury to the system. Unlike any other preparation for Kidney JSfflSSS, It haa a very pleasant and agreeable taste and flavor/ It contains positive diuretic property 852 MfeSSSS .WSMK ^WlGK1—EAch'botthTbeaM th, rtroatm. of LAW o*ns6)hydruggl*t*lgrooer*and other persons everywhere. Futvpin QuarUtiaa Bottlaafor 6antral and Family Uae. LAWRENCE ft MARTIN, Prop’rs, Chicago. III. MVSokl by Druggist*, Grocer* and Dealer* everywhere. Jm Artificial Legs and Arm?. Prices greatly reduced. Satisfaction guarantee* U S. Soldier* furnished on Government order* U* Addre**. * MATTHEWS, Cor. #th Avo« u4 Market St.. Louisville, kp •** X i | Gray's S/tecifir Medicine. TRADE MARK THE CHEAT TRADE MARK > ENGLISH, HE JWKCY, An un failing cuaefor Seminal V eak ness, .Sperma torrhea, I in po tency, aim all diseases that follow,, as quence of BEFORE TAKIM ,\buse; as of Memory, Universal Lassitude, Pain in the Back, Dimness of Vision, Premature Old Age, and many other Diseases that lead to Insanity or Consumption, and a Premature Grave, sar'l'ull particulars in our paint.let, which we desire to semi free by mail to every one.ia^The Specific Medicine is sold by ail druggists at $1 p»-r package, or six packages for or will be nt free by mall on receipt of the money by dressing III E in 1C AY IIIDHI^F CO. Mechanics’Block Dktkoit, Mich, Unsold m Brookhaven, and wheeyver gists. nov, 21 SI » i:X(iLKRTl73USE7 THE ONLY HOTEL UP-TOWN. OPE ALL MOHT(Opi»osit the Capltol) Rooms lennvated, repaired, and'furnishe ed with New Furniture throughout. Guests can choose the American or Eu ropean Plan. fiks^Xonc but Polite and attentiye ser vants employed. Sample Rooms tilted up especially for Commercial Men. Free Hacks from and to all trains day and night. Terms $2.00 per day. When you come to Jackson and want a square meal ami clean lied, stop at the • Spengler House. CHRIS. HINCKLK, Jan-22-tf. Manager. ! AIVIOS KENT, Kent’s Mill & Brick Yard Miles from New Orleans on Jackson Kail road. ALWAYS ON HAND ROUGH & DRESSED LUMBER. LUMBER SAWED TO uRDER. P O- Address, .Tangipahca, I-1*. »prl-3 mfipilV AGENTS WANTED VlU I A 11 VVe want a limited nuin 5 her of active, energetic can vassers to engage in a pleasant and proti table business* Good .mm can find this a rare chance TO MAKE MONEY. Such will please answer this adyertise tnent by letter, enclosing stamps for reply, tating what business they have been en gaged in. None but those who mean busi** ness need applv. Address FINLEY, HARVEY & Co., Atlanta, Ga. Feb-26-if.