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KHOOWH*VGN> l»ll«!«.. THURSDAY. JULY THE 28th, 1881 XjOO Al JJ~Q vd ». abound town. Hair cut short. McKean man-hoop-la! A lew showers the first of the week. Miss Annie Henry is still very low. Circuit Court convened here Monday morning. ,Iair cut short—Melican man style—is all the go here. E. 1). Eaton, of the Wesson Telegram, was in town Sunday. Clias. Sireibitsch is again the happy fath er of a bouncing hoy. Whitson Abies, now of Yatoo county, is Oil a visit to his parents. The gauge of the C. St. L. & N. O. B. B. will he changed to-morrow. \ new residence is being erected on Mon tieello street, east of the railroad. Lullier Hobbs has gone to Beauregard. IE is very low with consumption. Withers now drives a “spanking team of bays. 2.40 is said to be their time. An awning has been erected in front of Messrs. Abrams’ and Ike Cope’s stores. Mrs. McIntosh, of Beauregard, was on » visit to her mother this week, Mrs. Decell. Miss Annie I.surie made her appearance at the editor's house Wednesday, the 20th inst. * j y[ Tyler, of Boguechitto, was in town the first of the week and paid our office a visit. Nod Perkins has returned from Chicago. While there he had the wrong end of his hair cut. W. A. llcnrv, of the Yazoo Sentinel, was in town for several days, on a visit to his sick sister. IT Latling, jr., si vent several days in town last week, lie was here on a visit of recreation. Mr. Cantoni and daughter left one day last week for Alabama, where they go for their health. Beulah Stella, a little daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. Hudnall, died on Wednesday night, 20th inst. Mrs Bertha Block, of New Orleans, ar rived here on Sunday, and is the guest of Dr. Martin’s family. A few of our citizens got a glimpse of Governor Stone, one day last week. He passed here on the train. A few of our young men are speaking of •emigrating—some to California, some to New Mexico, and some to other places. Miss Pauline Seligman, who has been on a visit to Miss Rosa Abrams, left for her home in New Orleans on Monday last. Come again. We stated last week that Miss Ilerroman has “just returned to Raton Rouge.” We should have said just arrived from that an cient city. Mr. S. R. Childs, who has been here for a month or so, as agent for P. Werlein’s music house, of New Orleans, left last week for Wesson. A party was given by Mrs. Heuck, last Friday night, complimentary to Henry Lehman, and we are informed it was quite a pleasant a flair. Last week two or three youngsters tried their hands at throwing into a passenger train. They were arrested, tried before Mayor Gumming, and were fined. The Mayor’s Court held a lively setting last week. More trouble among the breth ren was the cause. A fine and cost of twenty four dollars was levied upon B. J. Donnell. J. M. Tyler has been appointed post master at Boguechitto. He has fnadehis bond, and forwarded it to Washington, and will probably take charge of the office in a short while. The Rev. Romeo Bryant, transferred from the North Mississippi Conference, is appointed pastor of the A. M. E. Church in this city. The said vacancy occurred by the removal of the Rev. B. J. Donnell. Henry Lehman, who has been clerking for C. Heuck for a couple of years, left for New Orleans last Monday. He has just ar rived at the age of twenty one, and goes down to take possession of the property lie owns in that city. The young folks had a party at Mr. Ike lopes last Friday night. Those who were present all agree that it was one of the most pleasant affairs of the season. Ice cream> iine wines, cakes, ami all manner of re freshments were served. We are told that Mr. Hailey, of Fair River, was in town recently with a load of water melons, and during his absence from the wagon a mischievous boy cut a hole in nearly every one of them. Such eonduct should l>e severely dealt with. It is said that the picni*: near Mr. Win. Towns’ last Friday w as a very pleasant one. A good many were present, and pronounce it a decided success. At night a party was given at Mr. Town’s house, which, of course^ was a nice affair,'for Mrs. Towns and her •charmingdaughters know exactly how to entertain their guests. -» i The Towns’ Picnic. Among the happicst affairs of this sea son, was the picnic last Friday, near Mr. W. A. Towns’ place. Early in the day a large company of guests, all bringing well regard and other towns, assembled upon the grounds, which nature seems to have de signed for such pur|H»so. It was not long before the musicians, kindly furnished by Mr. Henderson Smith, aroused the young ]>cople. Soon sets were formed and danciug begun. Nor did this cease until dinner was announced, when the well known rule, “business before pleasure,” was closely fol lowed. Any attempt to describe this din ner would be an injustice to the appetites which, at the sight of all the good things, seemed to have increased wonderfully; yet, even after all the expansion and gratifica tion, not the least degree of dimunition of the eatables was perceptible. Dinner over, no time was lost to indulge in the many amusements offered by such occasions. How the day was enjoyed can be easily an swered by merely mentioning the names of Misses Towns as managers, for truly no one can resist their efforts to please and amuse their guests. Some remained at night at the residence of Mr. Towns, where a socia ble was given, which, we understand, was also a delightful affair. We truly rejoice at the success of Mrs. Towns and her charm ing daughters’ kind and hospitable efforts. Spectator. —-— Paris, I.amar Co., Tex., Dec. 18, 77. Dr Harter, Dear Sir—I had the chills and fever; nothing did me any good; I took quinine until I was nearly deafened; as a last resort, I purchased a bottle of Dr. Har ter s I* ever and Ague Specific for seventy five cents. I used only half of the bottle, and it completely cured me. july28-lt McGrath’s embroidery and laces are im mense. Choice family groceries at Renaud & Co., New Orleans. From Meadville. Meadville, July 24, ’81. Editor Ledger:— I am very much surprised to sec a short squib in your last issue signed “Most Jus tice,” slating that Meadville election dis trict did not give a majority for llarksdale, on the tlth inxt, and further stating that Franklin county would vote for Stone. The writer must have a turn-up from the dev il's den, that the dow n called a jug of whisky, being out of season for vegetables, when he wrote the article. The fact is Meadville district did vote a majority for lion. E. Barksdale, and the County Conven tion on the 23d at Meadville gave him a vote of fourteen, to six for Stone, out of twenty votes cast in said Convention. So much for the veracity of “Most Justice.” Therefore add Franklin to the Ilarksd ile list, with instruction for E. Barksdale for Governor,!'. L. Mellon for Lieutenant Governor, W. L. Hemmingwny for Treas urer, B. H. Henry for Secretary of State, S. Gwin for Auditor, Prof. Sharp for Super intendent of Education, Col. Johns for At torney General, and by so publishing you will give publicity to facts and not to mis representations as stated by “Most Justice,” which was no doubt done to disabuse the public mind. This statement will tally xrrrectly ill the aggregate of a correct re iort of the proceedings of Franklin county Convention. Respectfully, More J ustice. Invitation to Judge Chrisman. Editor Ledger:— Allow us to offer an invitation to Judge Chrisman through your columns to address the citizens of Casevvillc and vicinity on the subject of Prohibition. We attended the Prohibition Convention at Brookhaven, and were encouraged to sec so many citi zens of Lincoln county present. We asked Judge Chrisman if the citizens around Ca scyville would have a mass meeting would he come out and deliver an address. He said he would. The news was circulated, and all seem anxious. No man has more influence with the citizens of this communi ty than J udge Chrisman. He has proven himself to be true to them in every respect. We would not attempt to flatter him, be cause we know that we are not competent to give the gentleman justice. It is prophesied by some that if it was known that he would speak on that subject he would have the largest audience that ever assembled in Lincoln county. If he should see proper to respond to this invitation, we would be glad to have him name the day. Any clay that would be convenient for him after court would do. Citizens. Franklin County Convention. Meadvii.le, Miss., July 23rd, 1881. At a convention held this day, J. P. Newman was called to the chair, and Jas. A. Guice was made Secretary. On motion the chair appointed a Committee of ten, on credentials. After a short absence said committee reported the following as duly authorized delegates: District No. 1. J. J. Graves, W. J. Young, J. W. Godbold, A. G. Dobys, District No. 2. Jas. A. Guice, - L. II. Byrd, H. O. Ilall. District No. 3. S. P. Legette, J. P. Newman R. K. Scott. District No. 4. J. W. Herring, Eli Cupit T. A. Magee, T. A. Lambright. District No. 5. IL Cair, J. P. Jones, S. A. Brady, C. K. Gresham. On motion, each voting precinct lie al lowed two votes in the convention. On motion Hon. T. A. Magee and Dr. W. L. Godbold were selected as delegates to the State Convention and J. W. Godbold, Dan iel Buie selected as alternates. On motion this . Convention instruct its delegates to cast their votes for E. Barksdale for Gov ernor, J. L. Mellen for Lt.; Governor, R. II. Henry for Secretary of State, J. M. Sharp for Superintendent Public Education, S. Gwin, for Auditor, Ilemmingway for Treasurer, B F Johns for Attorney General. On motion the Brookhaven Ledger and Democrat was requested to publish the proceedings. J. P. Newman, Sr., Jas. A. Guice, Chairman. Secretary. It is only in the most fertile sections that Fever and"Ague become ascourge. Happi ly for our race, Dr. Harter’s Fever and Ague Specific is an infallible remedy for all forms and degrees of malarial disorder. july28-lt Wanted. A wagon load of sheaf oats. Highest cash price paid. R. H. Hehby. Because it adds to personal beauty by re storing color and lusture to gray or faded hair,, and is beneficial to the scalp, is why Parker’s Hair Balsam is sncli a popular dressing. July 21 lm. Choice cigars, very low, at Kohlmau’s. Fancy groceries of all kinds for sale at bottom prices at Reuand & Co., N. O. -• • J. K. Renand & Co.t New Orleans keep * full stock of family groceries. MalakofTBitters, the bt«t in the world, I for sale by \V. J. Smith. For good coflee go to Henry & Meek. Cheap white goods at Kohlman’s great Cash House. Country orders promptly attended to by Kenand & Co., N, O. Try a Imttle of Malakott' Bitters, atW. J. Smith’s. McGrath is continually receiving new gOtMls. Six |h»mih1s of best ct»flee at Koblman’s for One Dollar. Hosiery and Notion*. Largest, Us*t and cheapest stock in town 11 ,.wn- ,ti ^ ^ Bend yonr orders for groceries to J. K. ltenaud ft Co., New Orleans, Worthless Stuff. Not so fast my friend; if you could see the strong, healthy, blooming men, wo men and children that have been raised from lieds of sickness, suffering and al most death, by the use of Hop Hitters, you would say “Glorious and invaluable reme dy.” He? other column.—Philadelphia Press. July 21—2t. Kohlman always practices what he preaches. McGrath’s hosiery, lace ties, fislius, <Sec. are elegant. For the best groceries, send your oi> ders to Renand & Co., New Orleans. Kohlman is sure to give honest weilit and measure. Soller & Co’s fine shoes for children and adies are the finest in the United States. Ladies, if you want nice China, send your orders to Jno. Gauche, New Orleans. Do you want a fine coat or pants? Buy from Me Grath. Turnip Seed. 125 pounds fresh Turnip Seed just receiv ed direct from D. Laudreth, Philadelphia, and for sale cheap. july21-2w Daughtry & Svylie. Any one wishing to by a home in Bogue chitto will please call on Celia Smith. July 7th._ __ Go to McGrath's for a fine line of fans, parasols, handkerchiefs, silk mitts, etc. Write to Renand ft Co., oorner Comp and Jnlia ste., N, O,, tor canned goods Go to McGrath for good show. Fon Rent. A very desirable residence, conveniently situated. For terms, etc., apply to J. B. Nalty. June 30, 1881.-lm. Families can get everything in the grocery liue Irom Renauddc Co’s., N.O. Buy your shirts, hats and clothing, from McGrath. No place cheaper than Kolilmnn’s. Order you crockery from Jiki. Gauche, New Orleans. -... —-» ► »- -— McGrath has reduced prices of dry goods and notions ten per cent, since April 1st. Very choice and cheap coflee at Kohl man’s. ----- Kohlman’s is the place. John Gauche has the largest crockery store in the South. For $14 John Gauche will send 180 pieces American China. Go to McGrath’s for a fine line of wash blonde, silk illusion, tulle, Indian mull, Billon de Inde, swiss, linen lawn, pique, etc. McGrath’s line of hand-made shoes arc. warranted equal to any shop-made goods, lull and see them before getting a pair made. --- Buy your machinery of II. Dudley Cole nan '& Bro., New Orleans. They heep full ines, and will sell as cheap as any house in lie country. Patronize Southern enterpri se. jeb. 24 tf. Plenty op Cokn. ake plenty of corn, plant cotton to pay or your supplies, then spend your cash for ither necessities at Kohlman’s great cash muse and votl will lx sure to keep out of lebt hereafter. Hckry Up, If you want one of those elegant linen lawn patterns at Henry & Meek’s. Go anil see, all the new and pretty jew elry and silver plated ware which Mr. Schwab is receiving and selling at low prices. June 16th tf. -——- -- Wanted. Every male and female in this section to go to Kohlman’s great cash house to price cheap goods. A cordial invitation exten ded to all without regard to age, color or previous condition and farmers and mill men come and see for yourselves. Do pot betaken in by a few baits on the principle staples. .---* •-— Knocked Down. I have on hand a great many shoes of the same sizes wiiich must be sold regard less of cost this is no humbug—you can see the proof by coining to see for yourself— nuuiuitiii o viivui - undersold—Kohlman practices the motto “ipuck sales and small profits.” There Has Been No Fire, But Henry & Meek are selling thei summer goods at rock bottom prices. They have a general stock for ladies and gentle men. -- Keep Cool. At Kohlman’s Great Cash House you can find a nice line of Planters solid and strip ed linen very cheap. Nice strong cottanades very low. Figured lawns cheaper than they were ever sold and other goods too numer ous to mention, which will be turned into cash as cptick as practicable. Now is your time to get Jewelry cheap to make presents at L. L. Schwabs jewelry tore K. K. avenue. June 16th tf. Kohlman’s Great Cash House in the lead. There is not a better house in New Orleans than J. K. Renaud & Co., Keep Cool, By purchasing your light goods of Henry & Meek. A Cough Cold op Hope Throat should he stopped. Frequently results In an Incurable lung disease or consumption. Brown’s Bronchial Troches are certain to give redet m Asthma, Bronchittls. Coughs, Catarrh, Con sumptive aud Throat Diseases. For thirty years the Troches have been recommended by physicians, and always give perfect satisfac tion. They are not new or untried but having been tested by wide and constant use for nearly an entire generation, they have attained well merited rank among the few staple remedies of the age- Public Speakers and Singers use them to clear and strengthen the Voice. Sold at twenty-five cents a box everywhere. November !4, 1880.-ly. mother*! Mother*! Mother* Are you disturbed at night and broken of your rest by a sick child suffering aud crying with that excruciating pain of cutting teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of Mrs. W inlowj Soothing Syrup. It wiil reileye the Poorbttle sufferer immediately—lepend upon it: there is no mistake about it. There is not a mother on earth who has ever used it who will not tell you at once that It will regulate the bowels aud give rest to the mother, and relief and t0 V}® child, operating like magic. It is perfectly safe to use it in all cases, and pleasant to the and is the prescription of one of the oldest and best female physicians and nurses in the united States. Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle, November 4, 1330-1 y.^ ___ New Remedy for Nervous Debility A valuable Discovery ami new <Iep«i-ture In Medical science, an entirely new aud postiveiy effective Remedy for tlic Speedy »nd perma nent cure of Seminal Emissions and Impotent, j by the only true way. vie: Direct application to the principal Scat of Disease, aettrg by Abwrp tlnn. There Is no nonsense about this pr* para tiou. Practical observation enablea u* to posi tively guarantee that it will give aatiafact on. Durli.g the eight years iha’. it nas been in gener al use. we hare thousands of testimonials as to its value, and it Is now conceded i-y me ui ui cal profession to i.e me iu»»i dlsuovere.1 (of reaching and curing tbl*' *jrj prevalent trouble, that u well known to be the cause of untold mlscri to so utanj, and upon tvnoiu quacks prey with their useless no truius ami log fees. The remedy is put““/mmitb i of three sizes. No. 1. (enough to last a *3; No. i, (sufficient to effect a P81 ‘“r£ unless In severe eases.) 33; no. 3, OfsUiur over three mouths, wil. si .p emissions and »W re store vigor in the worst ensesj *•;. "> mail, sealed, in plain wrappera. Full direiilona for using will accompany each boa. Sold only by Uanxis HzMKiir co.Mf g chenu.als Market and sih SU. St. Louis, Mo. Apr. *1—3m. Dm. W. Bill*, Late assistant physician to Prof. Ricortf, Paris, office 1% Canal street, New Orleans, La., makes a specialty of the treatment ami permanent cure of nervous diseases and chronic diseases!, and dise ases of thegenito nrinary organs, also all diseases pecu liar to ladies. Nervous diseases are either functional, as epilepsy, “chorea,” neuralgia and paralysis, “or nervous debil ity!” "The principal” symptoms of nervous debility in both sexes lire: Tenderness of the scalp, dilated pupils, sick headache, puu'LJifA-ssureand heavinesa in the back of ille tlfBU, uratutuurnro t/» tut u»*. — -- -r. eial sense, as dimness of vision, failufe in hearing, floating s|ieeks before the eyes, noises in the ear, weak voice, deficient men tal irritihilitv, morbid fear, blushing and fidgetiness, sleeplessness, nervous dyspepsia, desire foy stimulants and narcotics, sweat ing hands and feet, with redness, tender ness of he spine, ami of the wlipje body, pain in the hack, heaviness of loins and limbs, temporary paralysis, most disease of women, gaping and yawning. These or any of those are symptoms of nervous de bility, which if not treated properly at once will lead invariably to death or insanity. Dr. Bille has resided fifteen years in New Orleans; has been eminently successful, and refers to the most prominent citizens. Feb 17 X yr. WOMAN. HEM HEALTH AND LIFE, Depend more on the regularity of her menstrual functions than on any or all cau ses combined. An actual or a living death is the inevitable result of derangement of a function which makes woman what she is in every respect, and especially in her men tal and bodily constitution. Hence imme diate relief from eiuih derangements is the only safeguard against wreck and rnin. In all cases of stoppage, delay, or other irregu larity of the “courses,” Dr. J. Bradfield’* Female Regulator is the only sure remedy, It acts by giving tone to the nervous cen tres, improving the blood, and determining directly to the organs of menstruation. Xt is a scientific prescription, and the mosl intelligent physicians use it. Prepared by Dr J. Bradfield, Atlanta, Ga. Price: trial size, 75c; large size, $1,50. For sale by Dr. T. T. Meade and Daughtry k kimylie. June 23 lm. HANCOCK HOUSE, OXFOBD. MISS., JT W HANCOCK. FAOPJUSTOK TtUO Qftble, Tufrs PILLS INDbRSED BY PHYSICIANS! CLERGYMEN, AND THE AFFLHfED EVERYWHERE. THE GREATEST MEDICAL TRIUMPH OF THE AGE. SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. 1*088 of flppejto.Naufica,bowels cop.tive, Vain in thellfid.with a dull sensation in the back paii.Vamunder the shoulder blade, fullnda aftor eating, with a disin clination tojxerti on of bo iy or min.;, Irritabilityjl tomrev, Low spirits, l oss of memqrjrjvith a fooling of having n#»g looted somcduty, weariness, Diarines.*. >luttering jf the Bcart. Dots before the eyes, YelloV skin. Headache, Restless ness at mg ft, highly colored Urine. IF THESE VARNINGS ARE UN HEEDED, SERIOUS DISEASES WiLL SOON Zi DEVELOPED. TUTT'S FILLS «re especially adapted f<* HUclVt vW*#»e dose effects Kuehacliauge «if foil g m to ti&tonlhli tl»<' suflVicr. J’hey »;«crfitfcc tl.e Appetite, tmdcause the b*Hly to TwMe ou FIomIi. thus the system i-. iioiiriahotUuil by thuh Tonic %ciioiiou tin lll|to«tlYt‘ttrir:iM. KefuinrWtoolw are pro duced, I’rifj- 25 cents. ’.I* Mitrrwy "it.. X.Y. TmTS HAIR BYE, Gray HAiRorWiuBKi us changed t*» a Gx/issy Hi.Ai k by a.single jtp|*li< niion ol tn:sl>YK. It Imparts u natural color, acts luatautaiieoculv Hold byl)ruir*st»,ftr wait by i-xpn-jw ou ii ' -. ij t ct iI Office, 36 Murray St., How York. (I>r. TlTT^IlSI U, I»r Vatunblr ut.oitui and fr larfal Hrr* l|4‘ will »w FUEK «»u fvidlrattun LEA 7MALE COLLEGE; SUMMIT, MISS., Opens its Fifth Session, 'Wednesday, Sept. 14th, 1881. Full Faculty of Competent Teachers. Organized the Electric plan. Eight schools of Sc nets and Languages. Ac commodations unsurpassed. No class over crowded. Charges Moderate. For particulars and Catalogues write to CHAS. II. OTKEN, 1’res’t. June30-3m RUNAWAY SHEEP. Strayed from my place, about the 1st of May, three Southdown sheep—one old ewe with two lambs; a buck and ewe. Also 3 Cotswold sheep—one old ewe with 2 lambs, both bucks. Marked with crop and under bit in left, and underbit in right ear. A lib eral reward will be paid for any informa tion leading to their recovery. DAN BUIE. i.iKrT-A* fnenv,rlln DR. J. W. MARTIN, Having resumed the practice of medicine, would respectfully solicit a share of the lib eral patronage heretofore extended him. Special attencion given to obstretries and senses of women and children. feblO 8. [Lehman, J. Lehman S. LEHMAN & SON. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Manufactured Tobacco & Cigars KENTUCKY WHISKIES. No. G5 Sixth St. LOUISVILLE, KY july.-8-ly Don’t Ion Want It. I want to sell iny farm one mile south west of Brookhavcn, at low price and easy erma—160 acres. Good land, poor land, plenty of timber. Well watered and spring watered. Address me at Pelihatchie, Kankin, county, Miss. G. W. HOSKINS. April 28, 1881.-tf. II \ mi mi ii l ml mi g ■F 0flm.-u11etiH.wt-.ak ^^B man of let t-ned by the strain of ters toiling over mid your duties avoid ^K night work, to res stimulants and us © B tore brain nerve anu Hop Bitters. Bwasto. use Hop B. If you are young and B suffering from any In discretion or diisipaBtion; tr you are mar ried or uinglu, old orByoong, suffering from poorhealth or languish King on a bed of sick ness, rely on H O pjBitters. Whoever you are. Thousands die on wheuever you feel IB fl nuolly from some that your system form of Kidney needs cleansing. ton-^Bw diw-a.se thut inigh! ing or stimulating B1 have been prevented without intoxicating, B lliyu timely use of take Hop HopBitters Bitters. Hare you dye )*ep*ia, kidney n . j* ururiiuirui'ym-IB ** plaint, dlsoaselK an absolute Hot the ffomucXTK 11071 i\nd ^reswta bou'cl*. bloodlW HI I K bio cure for liver or nerve* Htt A diunkeness, you will bo|K use of opium, cured if you useljB niTTflin tobacco, or Hop Bitters I U lUV “"***■• 5 If you are 9 Ul I I Lilli Soldbydmg ply weak and! B gists. Seudfor low spirited, try! I NEVER Circular, saveyou? i TA II ",“™ life, ft haalf | A | L *'rB c0 saved hun-[J| Rockettrr, X. T. dreds. - A Torouto, Ont. I WANTED. to Work at Home. Address. Echard’s Southern Photo Copying Co. COU'K&US, MISS. SEEDS THAT SURPRISE! THE FARMERS* “BONANZA.” Mazlze. a new vegetable from 8. A., differing from anything ever grown here, delicious raw or cooked. Seed seut by mail 20 cts. a paper, hoys Bean of Japan, half beau half pea. said by chem ists to be the richest humau food known. Fins fodder plant, also. Seed, 15 eta. a paper. Cubuu Queen Watermelon, Just imported, largest variety aver grown in U. H.. Arm. luscious, crisp and sugary ; best to keep or ship. 25 cts. a PftP£r°f20 seeds.'fi papers for $1. Very scarce. Log-of-Wood Musk melon. largest known. 2 to3 feel long line quality, early s«H prolific. 15 ct8 “J “I,*!,* Tomato, richest flavor early, prolific, solid un* equaled In every way. 15 eta. a paper White Eg> p ISn Corn (from the Nile., fields Immense^ In the South where other corn fad*. Une2?**®l* for table or sSock. 20 cts. a paper. cts *P?“ 2 Teoalnte, one plant fhedascow two days. Wl°I2fl. hlsb 15 eta. a paper. Cuzco < orn, grains 1 In. long, iu in broad. seed will bring fabulous price*, 15eta. a paper. All the above sent for f I.3 of each for f2. Address R. «l I.BF.RT A CO. Atlanta. Un. Hffewnce; uuu. . »-*• --»— 4U»«4ft. Chariot Chrlmnan, Attorney at Law, BROOKHAVEN, MISS. W B —_A- __ Tli# »<-t Fra«rvant cad ■ IVI VOiVII >»#w, IHjhtft'ti .1 A h*ih!oO» Cologne aggrr > All Farmers, Mothers, Business Men, Mechanic*,, Ac, who are tired out by work or worry, and all who* [are miserable with Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Neural-] Ci, or Bowel, Kidney or Liver Complaints, you con] invigorated and cured by using . if you are wasting away with Conaumpnon, Age,. [Dissipation or any weakness, you will find Parker’** .Ginger Tonic the greatest Blood Fertilizer and the] [Best Health A Strength Bestorer you Can Dae,* .and far superior to Bitter* and other Tonics, as it] ■build* up the system, but never intoxicates. 50 cCi 1 am I £i sizes. JIi scox & Cn.. C.yip-sis. N \ . j T** a w* vr n»o rwinu.c.mm-.m XT iHvJlLJjXk O P.iiolv rerfumed. HAIR BALSAM -1.mammarnmmm mm Mrtlrfnjf Watches. Defective Watch VancK are now one of the chief causes of ho many watches not being good time piecVs. The cases being thin and not fitting well, admit dust and lirt to the movement, which soon interferes with the running parts<Af the watch necessi tating cleaning, repairing, &c\, and the itinount thus paid out -if applied toward buying a good case in the beginning, would bave saved all this trouble and exjiense. We have recently seen a^fce that meets all these requirements, it li heen carried for over twenty years artu 1 remains per fect. We refer to the Jab.'Bobs’ Patent Stiffened Gold Case, which hah become one >f the staple articles of the Jewelry trade, possessing as it docs so uianfV advantages jver all other watch cases, being made of two heavy plates of solid gold', over a plate >f composition, and we advise $'H our read +ri to ask their Jeweler for a (^ard or cata loge that will explain the mann\er in which they arc made. ’ ... It is the only Stiffened CaseVjnaue with two plates of gold, seamless pend ints, ami center, solid joints, crown pieces, i»c., all of which are covered by letters patent. There fore buy no case before consulting a Jewel er who keeps the Jas. Boss’ Patent Stifien lhI Gold Case, that you may learn the <• »uer L*nce between it and all imitations vgat el aim to be equally as g<x>d. V For sale by all resjxmsible Jewelers. Ask to seethe warrant that accompanies each case, and don’t be persuaded that any other make of case is as good. May 5.-ly. Memphis & Ohio River Packet Co. l-'or Cairo, Louisville & Cincinnati. Steamers, Jas. W. Gaft', Andy Baum, Cons Miller, Vint Shinkle, Jas. j). Parker, Virile U-e, Steamers of this line leave Memphis Every Tuesday and Friday at 5 p. m., Sundays, 12 m. for Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati, Connecting at Cincinnati with Railroads and Steamers for all Eastern, Northern & Western Points Giving Through Tickets to all points—Chica go, Toledo, Buffalo, Richmond, New York, Bos ton, Philadelphia and V ashington. East, North and Western tourists will And the La Belle river route sifo, delightful and cheap. Rates by this line cheaper than any other Arst L-lass route. 3/eals and state rooms free. Bag gage checked through. Passengers can rely on a splendid trip by this line, as the steamers are all Arst-clats, having heen expressly built for the accommodation of1 passengers. Each steamer carries a full string and. R. W. L1GIITBURNE, General Freight and Ticket Agent. A. Y. STEVENS., Passenger Agent, inar‘24 7 Monroe st., Memphis, Tenn. MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE. CLINTON, HINDS CO., MISS. The 31st Session begins 28th of September next. Terms reasonable, dicipline rigid, jn otmmdnn tlw .1*. .nirli lrwvitintl llP.'lltllV Ulili tary course optional, moral surroundings unsurpassed. “Parents cannot be too careful in select ing the school where they will educate their boys.” Number of students the past session 234. Send to the President, Rev. W. S. Webb, D. D., for a catalogue. W. T. Ratliff, july 21-3m Pres. Board Trustees. WESLEYAN FEMALE COLLEGE MACON, GEORGIA. Will begin Forty-fourth Annual Session, Sept. 21st. A full faculty of experienced teachers. Advanced course of study. The best advanta ges in music, art, literature audtscience. Care ful attention to ail the wants of pupils. Prices moderate. Apply for catalogue to REV. W. C. BASS, I). D-, july 2l-2m President. i How Lost, How Restored! Just published, a new edition of Dr. Culver well’s Celebrated Essay on the radical cure of Spermatorrhoea or Seminal weakness, Involun tary Seminal Losses, Imporeuey, Mental and Physical incapacity, Impedienta to marriage, etc ; also consumption, Epilepsy and fits, in duced by self-indulgence or sexual extrava gance, Ac. The celebrated author, in this admirable Es say, clearly demonstrates, from a thirty years’ successful practice, that the alarming conse quences of self abuse may be radically cured; pointing out a mode of cure at once simple, certain and effectual, by means of which every sufferer, no matter what his conditon may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately, and radi cally. This lecture should be in the hands of every youth and every man in the land. Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, post-paid,on receipt of six cents or two postage stamps. We have also a sure cure for tape worm. Address THE CULVEfiffELL MEDICAL CO. 41 Ann St., New York, N. Y’.; Post Office Box, 4580. July211yr. C,. St. L. & N. O. RAILROAD. GOING NORTH. Express—Leaves N. Orleans, 7.45 a m Arrives Brookhaven 2,00 p m Arrives at Jackson, 4.29 p m Mail—Leaves Now Orleans, 4.30 pm Arr. at Brookhaven, 9.52 p m Arr. at Jackson. 12 07 a m Mixed—Leaves New Orleans 2.30 p m Arr. at Brookhaven, 3,00 a m Arr. at JuckHon.... 8.40am GOING SOUTH. Express—Leaves Jackson... 10.37 a m Arr. at Brookhaven 1.11 a m Arr. at N. Orleans 7.13 am Mail—Leaves Jackson at- 3.50 • m Arr. at Brookhaven, 0.05 a ra Arr. at New Orleans, 11.33 a m Mixed—Leaves Jackson,.... 7.05 a m Arr. at Brookhaven, 11.07 a m Arr. at Now Orleans 8.45 a u. Mail train will not stop at Boguechit to. Wesson nor Flag Stations. Mixed traiu does not rnu on Sundays. E. M. BEE. Ageut. LONGINO & DICKSON, Attorneys at Law, MONTICELLO, MISS. Will practice in all the courts of Law ence ami surrounding counties. octl4-!»m Via Milan and L. and N, Railroad. PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS and elegant Day Coaches run through from Milan to Louisville without change. Lv Milan, 12.85 p. m., 4.53 p. m, 2.55 a. m. Ar Louisville,11 35p in,7.45a nt, 3.25 p m. Ar Cincinnati 4.00 a in, 12.10 p m,8.00pm. Through tickets to all points North and East can be procured at Milan. For fur ther information, address C. P. ATMORE, G. P. A.. apr21-ly Louisville, Ky. Louisville and Nashville Railroad THE Shortest and Quickest Route to CMX'INNATI, AND ALL POINTS NORTH. Passengers for Louisville gave Twelve Hours Time, and AND ONE NIGHT TRAVEL By purchasing Tickets SPENGEER HOUSE. THE ONLY HOTEL UP-TOWN. OPEN ALL NIUHTtOpposlt the Capitol) Rooms renovated, repaired and furnish* ed with New Furniture throughout. Guests can choose the t rue can or Eu ropean Plan. Jfeg" None but Polite <nd attentive ser vants employed. Sample Rooms fitted np especially for Commer vl Men. (jjyFree Hacks f- ,1 to all traits day and night. ,r .00 per day. When you coi . ackson and want a square meal and clean Bed, slot) at the Spengler House. CHRIS. IlINCKLE, Jan-22-tf. Manager. For Sale. I offer for sale my farm and residence, on Fair River, nine miles east of Brookhaven, embracing 320 acres of land; seventy under fence, and forty in cultivation; residence comfortable; good water and orchard, and all necessary outbuildings. I also offer for sale my horses, cattle, sheep, farming irn Elements, horse wagon, ox cart, buggy and aruess. For further particulars address W.HTBAILEY, aprgl-tf Fkif River Miss »drd »V tHm m«d<-| prmfimmlm it, /tori ¥Zh~Ms\ igASxsgxJ UKKTLEMEN: 1 Borin* (rom irem-ral ii«liilll]r to .ucta un li>nt my JiSTfonStwlbE densome to me. A vacation of a month did not *ivi> me much relief, but on thsffrom wi.ieh I n Incrunsed prostration and Kokin* chUla. At this time I beosn the uae of jour I»pN Totnc. from wweji i n* alizod almost Immediate and wonderful reaulte. The old energy returned sod I fouyl. *-!«- the la was not permanently abated. I have used three bottles of the Tonic. 8}n°e usl^lt d n wo J nerve bor that 1 aver did In the name time durin* my illness, and with doable the esse. W»th t nJftAoao tho and vl«or of body, has oome also a clearness of thoutfWt never before enjoyed. If the Tonic has not none too work, I know not What. I *ive it thecredU^^^^J^VWATjgU^^fJj^^Jgg^j^^ (Thr iron Tonic fs preparation of Pro-1 ^ ^gM V V M Mm II toxide of Iron. Peru-1 # A W m A W Jm M M ’ M M vian Hark, and Pho»-M M W M m W ' ^^^A A m M photon, unmooiatod ■ W^A M _ A M W . A M M J M M 3 u-lth the V e net able U ^M M A A # # A ^^^M A MM A A A A Hi A romaticn. it nervem V w A A A W A A ^^A A. WM M A M MM every purpone where W NANUfVeTUlU »»Th[" cTr! HARTER MEDICINE CO., II. *1* MITE Mill ITIIIT, IT. LCDIL . , , ,~ll,- __._ _ -— I I I I i *» 1 4 1 « | | * Faints, Oils and Glass, t 7 ? £ T48HIS2ES, COLOSS, BEECHES, | • Builders' Hardware, i j A IV. Cor. Eighteenth & Market, y 1 LOUISVILLE, ICY. 1 1 t2-- - SEND FOR PRICE LIST. ^ MITCHELL & HEBDEN, Manufacturer* of STEAM BOILERS. 74 and 76 ELEVENTH STREET. Near MAIN, LODISVILLE, KY. Steamboat, Mill, Portable and Upright: Boilers of eyery description, etc. Boilers repaired at short notice. Second-hand boilers for sale. sep9 ly Machinery! Machinery! 1865—1881. The undersigned, thankful for the large patronage extended to him during the past year throughout Mississippi, would inform parties in want of machinery that he is bet ter prepared than ever to till orders at the lowest prices, and on the most favorable terms for all descriptions of Nlenm ringinesand Saw Mill*. Corn Mill*, llice Mill*, Cotton Meed V lluller*. Cotton Factory Machinery, l*re**e*, Win*, Reapers. ■Mower*. Threshers, Wood and Iron Working; Machinery. BOILERS, BELTING, SAWS, TURBINE WATER-WHEELS, And All Descriptions of the Latest Improved Agricultural Implements Goods delivered in any portion of the South direct from the Factory. Write for pri ces and circulars of what you want to buy. C. D. Bustamante, mar31-6m Jackson, Mass. Green Street Planing Mills, 4^2'JISVII.LE, ky. WILLIAM 2s£. <3 (SUCCESSOR TO DAVIS & GAGE.) MANUFACTURER OF Mouldings, Etc. 277 and 208 Green Street, between Seventh and Eighth Streets. gpjfScnd for Price .List. june!) ly If) DCMOinidC For SOLDIERS, L< £3* | dvOlUPIO widows, fathers, inollicn oi ^■C\ children. Thousands yet entitled. Pensions given 'M |T| jfor loss of flnger.toe.eye or rupture,varicose veins J 1 mi >r nay Dtneaae. Thousands of pensioiurs and MW/soldiers entitled to INCREASE and BOCNTY. II PATENT** procured for Inventors. Soldiers w U land warrants procur'd, bought and sold. Soldiers Hi heirs apply for your rights at once. Send! If! JTtamis for “The Cititen-Soldier.” and Penaiog XHaf and Bounty law*, blanks and inatmctions. W» m 11 can refer tu thousands of Pensioners and ('Kents lLl 1 Address N.W. Fitzgerald A Co.»'r*sio* A 1’ATUIT Att’yg. Lock tioikse. WashingtoB. L». C TARTLING DISCOVERY! LOST MANHOOD RESTORED. A victim of youthful imprudence causing Prem* lure I>ecny, Nervous Debility, L**t Manhood. etc., haviDj; tried in vain every known remedy, has tLs. covered a pimple self ctuv. which ho will eend FRKV to l.ia fellow-euffi-rt ra. addrvaa «J. H. KEE^ LS, 43 € batbaiu tit., If* 1. mar 1-ly AGENTS WANTKl) for the Best and fairest seding Pnrorial Book* and Hihloa. Priced educed 33 per cent.,National PublUtiing t o St. I .outs, M<». war3 8ui ENLARGE AND DEVELOP THE FORM. If ahrunk wholly or In part from nature or dis eas** Advice free. Describe case and send stamp to P. De L. Co.. Atlanta,lia. No humbug, High eat reference. Correspondence confidential. Perry, Ga., Apr. 14, 79. I have watched the use of the medicine now known as “Swift Syphilitic Speccfic” silica 1 lie. year 1827—over 00 years—and have never heard of a failure to cure when properly taken. I commenced the use of it on my slaves, between 1850 and 1855, and as also did a number of my neighbors, and in every case that came within my knowl edge it effected a cure. In 1835 my broth er-in-law, George Walker, bought at auc tion a slave not warranted. 1‘ ter the pur chase it was discovered tha | e had had Syphilis for twelve years, i .s head was n-itliiMil o li'iip cm i * Tfc treated him with this remedy, and in four weeks he was sound andWell, nnd in a short time had as fine a head of hair as was ever owned by a negro. He owned this slave many years, and he never had any return of the disease nor lost a day’s work. This is only one among hundreds of instances of remarka ble cures made by this medicine. In all my past life I have never known a remedy that would so fully accomplish what it is recommended to do. II. L. Dennaeh. The Swift Specific Company, Proprie tors, Atlanta, Ga. Sphl by Dr. T. T. Meade and Daughtry & Smylie, Broookhaven. Call for a copy ol ‘Young Men’s Friend.” june23-lm DR. BUTTS’DE^sarI SAW MILLS Of all Steea From the POKEY EE MAMMOTH, QT Send for Circular*, w • ""'1 bayLms, vAvghan & ca.t Rithiuotpi, Indiana. himwmmm x < o, Law and Collection Agents, 629 F Street, Washington, I). C. 5 Make collections, negotiate loans and at t« nd to all hiisiness confided to them. I.aad scrip, Soldiers’ Additional Homestead Rights, and Land Warrant* bought and | sold. no v 2-3 WILLARD HOTEL LOTTERY. A l»RAWI>« H NIUIIT. THURRSIUY, JULY 14TH, 1881 Is the Pay Fixed. By cons.nl of tile commissioners the drawing of this scheme has been postponed to Thursday, the 14th of July next, in or der to make a full drawing. it is believed that this short delay will meet the approv al of all ticket holders, and eventuate in the rapid sale of tile remainder of the tickets. LIST OF PRIZES; The Willard Hotel with nil its Fixtures and Furniture... .$250,000 Oue residence on Green Street. 15,000 One residence on Green Street, 15,000 Two cash prizes, each $5000,.. 10,000 Two cash prizes, each $2000,.. 4,000 Five cash prizes, each $1000,., 5,000 Five cash prizes, each $500,.. 2.500 Fifty cash prizes, each $100,.. 5,000 500 cash prizes,each $50. 5,000 500 cash prizes, each $20. 10,000 Oue set of Bar Furniture. 1,000 Oue Fine Piano. 500 Oue handsome silver tea set... 100 400 boxes Bourbon Whisky.... 14,400 10 Baskets Champagne. 350 500 cash prizes, each $10. 5,000 400 boxes fine wine, $30. 12,000 200 hxs Robertson Co. Whisky, 6,000 400 hoses Havana Cigars, $10, 4,000 1500 cash prizes, eaoh $10,. 5,000 AlwniTVTTVri TO «<jno exn Whole tickets, $8; Halves, $4; Quarters, $2. Remittances may be made by bank check, express, postal, money order or reg istered letter. __ Responsible agents wanted at all points. For circulars giving fn.ll information and for tickets, address W. C. D. WHIPS, mayl2-2m Willard Hotel, Louisville, Ky. ELEGANT JEWELRY CHEAP. To introduce our new styles and influence trade we make the following unparalleled otters fora short time: ** The Berlin Packet contains a gold plated watch chain, agate shawl pin, lady's ele~ f;ant set Jewelry, sea bean cuff buttons, coral neck ace.set of agate studs, gold plate band ring. colini; button, key ring, pocket book, imitation silk handkerchief, pen. pencil, comic envelopes and visiting cards. All t huge mailed to you for 35c. In stamps; 1 packets for $1.0(1. The lot can be re tafiedat from $2 to $5.00. The Hoyal Casket contains one superb amethyst ring, elegant coral brouch set in box, fancy neck lace, coral sleeve buttons, engraved gold pinto bracelets, rosescarfpln,gold plated lady'sset. gold plate sleeve buttons, heavy gold plate 9tuds, lovely cameo scarf pin, genuine Parisian diamond stud, Maltese cross with P. diamond center, beautlfol let sleeve buttons, plated collar button, plated link watch chain, plain gold plate ring, nobby cameo ring. Maltese ear-rings with P. diamond settings, gents’ foil comb, amethyst set, lady’s foil plated set with white stone settings, jet and cameo scarf pin. eng. gold plate sleeve buttons. The whole of this magnificent collection sent secure by mail for ft, } for $1.70.4 for ts. This lot can be nata.Ied easily at from $5 to $10. Address, N. Y. JKWKLKY t\>.. Atlanta. Oh. Th» Atlanta Glork says: “ This company Is perfectly reliable, and the amouut they (rive for your money la astounding.” AillllllAnd tlORPIIINE Habit mill ■Retired in 10 toWdays. Ten years es 111 111 nfllablishwl; 1000 yured, \Vrite stst VI 1W Iff ipgftpqc,fit.Mausm%Quincy, Mich JA Jfc Watchaa. Stuu* wiudera t>-1 A, Whit# metml Huntlnt Cam I Pel $5. Imitation goldtH. Solid soldi 12. Cliaapeat aud bait M for four own use or apaculativa purpose*. Valuable eat V4 aloguofm. TUQXPSOS* W., 113 XmasSt. Saw Yark, NEW SPRINGGOODS. ' 7 7 177 7 7177 77|7 HENRY & MEEK LADIES,’ We especially invito you to call and examine our Spring Goods. We can please you in both quality and price. -o AT OUR STORK THE PUBLIC WILL FIND Every Thing They Need, New and Fresh Goods, Cheap Prices. Good Weights and Measures, Attentive Clerks, Bargains in All Lines, Inducements for Al[ -o WINTER GOODS Must be closed out. Wow is the time for bargains. IN DRY GOODS, BOOTS. SHOES, HATS AND GAPS, . we call especial attention of the trade. m HEAVY GROCERIES, such as Hour, meal, bacon, hams, sugar, coffee, rice grits, sausage, etc., we keep a complete stock and will not be undersold iF-A-nsrcsr groceries, we have the best assortment ever brought to this market. Raisins, Cur rants, Nuts of all kinds, .Vince Went, Apple Butter, finest and purest Candies in town at low prices, Apples, Oranges, Dates, Prunes, Etc. HENRY * MEEK, FRONT STREET, BROOKHAVEN, MISS. “ CHARLES S. CLINE, No. 75 Market Street, between Brook and Floyd,Louisville, Ky CASH PRICES ON SOME OF MY REGULAR SIZES. 4 panc-1 doors, 2 x 6, 1 in . . . . $ 80 Sash 8 light, 8 x 10 glazed ... S 70 4 |“ “ 26 x 66 1 in . . . 100 “ 8 “ 10x12 “ 90 4 “ “ 28 x 981 in . . . . 1 15 “ 12 “ 8x10 “ 85 4 “ *• 26x661} in. 130 « 12 “ 10x12 125 4 “ “ 28x681} in 140 “ 12 “ 10x14 “ . . . .135 t “ “ 3x71} in . 160 Clear Pine Shingles, 16 inch* 3 80 4 “ “ 2 10x6101} 165 No. 1 Pine Shingles, . . M 4 “ “3x7 1}.. 1 80 . I kppii tlio larcrpst nml hpat. aftsnrtrul utrtrl- tlm nlir.v.. _i _n_• building material in the city, and will sell any of mv many sizes of doors, wash and blinds rt equally low prices, delivered free of charge, to any of the depots or any part of the city. Write for printed price lists and estimates. JACKSON, MISS. A. H. KIRKLAND, PROPRIETOR. Champion rPlows a Specialty. Turning Plows, Cullivators, Cotton Gins, Cotton Presses, /Torse Powers, Steam Engines, and Grist Mills, PLANTATION, .MACHINE, FOUNDRY AND REPAIR SHOPS! All kinds of fading; done toIOrdrr A. H. KIRLAND, March 10.-3nj. p. 0»Box, 33, Jackson, Miss. JOSEPH W. DAVIS*’ Successor to C. A. PARKER & CO. GENT. AGENT FOR I.olTSI \NA. Mississippi,TEXAS AND ALABAMA, FOR H'W. JOHN’S. NEW YORK ASBESTOS MATEBT A T £=it AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ASBESTOS PAINTS In White ami all known l ints. Colors mixed ready for use. Unequalled for durability and beauty. ASBESTOS ROOFING, Water Proof, l ire Proof, Li^ht Cool ami Durable. NO. 10 UNION STREET, NEW ORLEANS. Head for Circular*, Pri v Lk, T«Miiu<»nials Etc. t|»r2 8 L.L. SCHWAB] \1 miHllKKR & JEWELER, BROOKHAven. MISS. The Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry ever brought to thia market Aonrr fob GOLD & SILVER WALTHAM WATCHES SILVER AND PLATED WARE. Watch Repairing a Specialty. No Work but Fir*t« Class and Warranted. All Kinds of Musical Instruments. feb24-6m NEW CASH STORE. R. W. GIBERT, Cherokee] Street, Brookhaven, Miss. -:o: If have opened a store in the Schwall building, on Cherokee street, where I will keeps general assortment of DIRTZ- GOODS, GROCERIES Clothing, Shoes, Plantation Supplies, Etc. Being on light expenses, I can a fiord to sell for a reasonable profit. I inrke the pub lic to call anil price my goods. (niarI7-ly) R. W. GIBKRT. SAWS" Curtis & Co. Wd VV ■ 811 to 819 North Second Street, St Louis, Mo. Manufacturer* of every description of Circular* Mill* and CrtiaClt 8twi| Wbole—le Dulm ii Rubber and Leather Belting, File— Mandrel— Cant Itaak— Saw Ciaam. Plif, mm4 all Saw and Planing Mill Supplier| fi»lo Manufacture— o# Wkwee4*s Pat—it Slatted Circular Saw. EVERY SAW WARRANTED. nr*Careful attention to repair woek. Agnate fat TAIMITE EMERY WHEELS MACBINKBT. Our NtW IUusf-'*«Kl Catalogue mailed Ora on application. "SOUTHERN BUSINESS COLLEGE," LOUISVILLE, KY. PRACTICAL BOOK KEEPING, NO TEXT BOOKS. Over Twenty-five years a Practical Accountant, endorsed by all tba Prominent Merchants of Louisville, Kentucky. Send St am [is for Circulars and Specimens of Penmanship. BEN . C. W I.A11 f! l i incipH. S. DtSOIXAB,Secretary.