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By W. L. MITCHELL.
« » - ■ ■ i Advertising Ratos. M irri*;« and dralhiuMim frav OKtlttarta* five cent* a line. I.nj.tl Ailverfiaeinenta, IS cent* a word fur ilic lir«l. and v, of « rent (or *:e It »nb h. )H«nt Inaertton .*i|*et i*| nn<l buvlnvw notice*. ten r*nt< n lit* for live lira! and tire cent* for rath »ub»c lUciit insertion. Sandtn* card* at I i>lrtrtlt*minti *' liberal rates. ____ Around Ten#. If you want to reduce your insur ance, organize n lire company. Mr. Geo. Do«ltla hM aolil hi# pla<e to Cha*. Hiller. Chaucerv court convene«l 'Monday, .Itidire IVyton pre»i«ling. I»r. Cltaa, Onti*. Jr.. ha« #**ld hi* residence to Mr*. Ilenjamln. ofOarka. The Oxford boy# all returned tc school the latter part of last week. j. Charlca ha* moved Into the Wilson residence. lately vat ated hv A. J. Wheeler. Mr Kih reitse, whn*e residence two mile* from town wa. recently hunted. i» rebuilding. Wc are indebted to E. Iiark«swie tor n Report of the Ecological Survey,and vther public document*. KUewbere we publish Mr*. lVyton’* mbln-o, rend before the reeent State grange. It it well worth a careful pcru-al. K. Jona* -old out hiastoekof good** After III* Mle w»* made several at tachment* were ruu on the Mock. The amount »a\cd in iu«urance b> a gotal tire company, would more than pav for an engine and eUtenu. l»r. Oalla, Sr., who wa* recently gored h\ hit .ler-ev bull, wa* able to Ik* out laat week, lb* ha* alto -uffer vdfrom ari-iug lulbe paluiof Id* hand. We return thank* to J. 1>- Mlll*ap* for a copy of the V iilversty Magaxitto. Jt eoiitain* an article ou ‘ ‘ Applica lion'* from the peuof Mr. Mill-ap*. If tin* property holder* would con tribute iilierally toward* equipping a go«Ki fire company, the corporation wotlhl al-o a*M«t. Ia't'* have one at oil* v. The young Mk* had a dame at Kuler Hall **n Monday night of la*t week. A large crowd wa* pre-cut and we learn the evening »»<» plea ant one. Wild Jim, win* U nut down on the hill* a* the champion rille *h«4 «*f the worlil. *>r any other *cnport. interest ed our |m ople with exhibition* of hi* <*kill ln*t week. |„ |,. Itrittnin ha*fiiH>vetl Into hi* new*piarter«, the handsome tw<> »to ry hrick atore neat to the hank. J. W. Coorialu the Mora vacated by llrittain. The -team gin of Thu*. Slunair. at Uowerton, fourteen mile* we*t, wa* destroyed by fire on Monday morning of la*t week. N'n-luoa* to how the lire originated. Mr*. Mangold and Mr. and Mr*. Silu* Katii'C) Were in llrookhaven la-t week to attend the tnaiTlage of Sam Storm ami Mi" .h*»ie M< (•ruth. which tiM'k place on Wednc*day night. The A. & M. College hoy* returned to Starkville *>n Tuesday night of last ntsk, among them Willie Mitchell. Copiah county i* well repre Nentn| at that Institution, aoiiie tweuty-flvo «»rthlrty boy* luting there. Christina* day J. L. Andittg gave a dining to hi* friend*, and one of the participant* Inform* u* that it was a magnificent affair, both u* to tuothc aoine delicarfeaand geuiiine hospitali ty. II. Hurnley A* Son hare purchased the Unities lot. udjoining thelr» on Kront street anti have let out the con tract for two brick building*, tuio to be occupied by themselves uml the other to be rented. The city presented a bii#y appear ance Monday. The newly elected otflcere were present to lx* qualified. There were one or two who failed to make their bond*, hence the old of* Deere will hold over. lluducxx engagement* prevented u> from accepting an invitution to dine with S. (». Kent and lady on .Monday of la#t week. We «x-nt rrp re*entativ«*« out, however, who di«l full Ju#tire to the turkey and it# cm be lixhmcnt*. Levi llrown, oNoml, whx killed on Sunday night hurt at lbakport by uu* known party, *uppo#ed to be an c#* raped convict, llrown I# the man who allot and killed* woman aomctline tlila year, while attempting to capture her ImxbHnd, the convict apoken of. A little #tir wa# en*atcd here Mon* day by the (hiding of a dead colored Infant on a back #treet. A eoroner’a jury wa# •uminoued and evidence taken, which ditto(rered the materni* ty of the child. The womuu wax nr rexted and put in Jail, but wa* after* wardx released, an autopay |by lira. l*urncll and Oati# developing the fact that the child wa# born dead. i'rjvtal Spring# Item*. The vutertaininent at Kendall Hull on Tueiday evening wa# well attend ed. The piece wa# one of Mardicu'# celebrated piece# called “Cloud#," and wa# well played. The town ia extremely dull #i*»ce the holiday#. From now till credit be gin# will, no doubt, bo th# dulleit •etfton of the year. The town ha# been remarkably healthy for thj ##a#on of the year,and doctor# have liad littie to do. R«v. T. Holloman will preach at tho Methodiit church in the place of Rev W. R. T.#tr*w. who goe# lolfjf tiaburg. >ew Year* Reception. Till* rililom was inaugurated here till* year, Mr*, (ieo. 8. Dodd* and Mr*. K. Wi Brow a being the one* who conceived flic Idea ami air ril'd It into execution with the assistance of soim* of our most charming and enter taining young ladic*. Toe evening wa* certainly a most delightful one and wc have no doubt the custom w ill l»c kept up. From 7 to lop. m. the apaciou*parlor* were throw ti open and (Ik* caller* filled them to overflowing. The ino.it de licious luxuries and delicaiee* werr spread iu abundance, and they were relished the more because offered by the hand of the fair entertainer*. The ladiea were ckgunUy attired and the gentlemen wore suitablceveuingdre**, and til rough the kindness of F. ki. Bedding, w ho i-n close observer and good authority on such subject*, we are able to give a description of the toilet* worn by the ladie*. Those who entertained at Mr*. Brown’* wen* a* follows: Mis* Sudic Well*, ('ream nun's veiling, oriental tloiim-e*, garnet and feather trimming, pearl oruameut*. Mi** Lena May Brown—Bale blue nun’* veiling, oriental flounce*, pearl oruameut*. Mi** Ague* Harris—Black irros gmiu silk, |Mis*iimentcriv trimming, opal ornament*. Mi»« Lima Brown -Silver grey silk, j garnet plush trimming, diamond or naments. I Mi-« hva vv i'll*, of Holton—fiarncl ; cashmere. trimmed in velvet with gar ; net ornament*. Mi— Ague* Nelson Black Miimih. y*k lan>, coral oriiuineiit*. Mi-- I.ul i t our- Brooaked silk pink |i|li*li, fro-ted silver oriiauienU. Mi-* Ida Itelle llrowu—HamLolue black *atiii, diaiuoud ornament* aud *»cet -mile*. Mi*» l.cttie Smith, Crystal Soring* , Brown embossed velvet and dia mond*. Mi-- Mar> Norman Lovely pink I «ilk. tissue flounce*. diamond orna* : incut*. nis- Anne Nonnan- Cream satin, combined with ruby velvet. ui»» Clara Dunuiug- Cream umi’* veiling, pearl oruaiueiit*. mi-. L. W. itrown Itluek satin, trimmed in black -ilk velvet. ur*.J. S. Sextos—Handsome fawn colored silk aud brocade velvet, dia mond ornament*. Mr*. Linderuiau Mark silk, cameo ornaments. Those who entertained at Mr*. Dodd- were resplendent ill the follow - ing toilet*: ui*- Fannie William*- White -atin entrain, diamond*. mI*s Willie Flower* Pink -atin en train, pearl ornameut*. \ii*» Lou Hogg, of Texas Bluu nun'* veiling, baud painted paunel* of -atin, diamond ornament*. tii— Sadie lturditt- Cream colored -atin. garnet uruauieiita. wi«* Colie Covington Whit.* inulle aud pink ro-e*. wi-- Carrie Bedding Pale blue null’s vciliug and oricutal lire, gold ornament-. wi*- Mol lie Anderson— Mack *ilk. crushed pink ro-e», gold ornameut*. wr- Dwlda Bronx**iU( Oil train, I diamond-. j Mrs. Stapleton—lilnek silk, point j lace. To Our Patrons. We have -old a half interv-t in this paper to a gentleman who combines 1 those three indi-penslblc prerc«|iii-ite I to every successful mw-papcr enter pri-e brain-, ehameter and mean*. We have been eon-trnined to tin* course, in the In-lief that this comity w ould support a tlr*t class‘Journal at it* county -eat. ami hecau«e we felt very anxious that that nceoMity to the (tilllit)* should be supplied, aud know that the arrangement# we have made will aupply it. We propose to put all the energy, money, and ability that D necessary to its aum*** fill operation into the Sigtial-Copuhan ' ami we call upon every man of conn j tv pride to *laud by u* in the enter | pri-e. We exjwet to fiirtii-.li the *ub 1 *eril*ers of lids paper with a* go.nl reading matter a* can be furnished in any journal in the State, and to en large it* circulation until it iiielude* every reading man in Copiah county, who will *w:ip two dollar* with n* for the Iw-t paper ever published iu the county. Ki t. M. Nicholson. We congratulate our Methodist brethren on the appointment of the | Kev. Joe Nicholson to till their pul pit. He U a young uian of tine ubili tv amt devoted to the ministry. He bn* served the churches at McCumb City and Magnolia for the last four war* to the best satisfaction of his niemlK'rs, who only yield tothoMeth- | odist statute of limitations in giving him up. amt who remember his minis- | | nation with great pride. The church . has just been titled up with nice fur-| uiture, and has been neatly painted on the inside and presents a charming appearance. If the brethren will ex cuse the suggestion, we would rec ommend that they put a little money iuto the mutter of improvement and paint the church on the outside, and then they w ill have a delightful place to worship. Hoard of Snpervlsor*. The new board of supervisors met Monday aud organized, by electing Joel Lilly, member for Iwat one, President. C. O. McKinnell, the member elected from beat two, did not qualify, having recently moved into Simpson county. W. F. Price, the old member from that beat, will hold over until on election is held, if held at all. He was present and per formed the duties of his office. The new board took hold of business as if they were old hands and wo believe they will keep it up to the end. Dr. Howan and Mr. M. C. McGee have retired from the management of tiie Wesson Time# and are succeeded by W. L. May, the former publisher!. Dr. Rowan was comiwlled to be In Jackson and nr. McGee at this place, which prevented them from giving it the attention it deserved. We wish Will May success. W. M. Robertson has sold the Mas tcogiU glare. ot»e tidlcfroiO low n. lo jbeo b Xelsull. WessoM Notes. Mr. Lyell bus l>eci» visiting hi* plare iu Leflore county. | Jno. Turner and Joe Hayes have departed for Texas. Johnln Wilson and family paid Mr. Bloom a visit last Saturday. Mr. Walter Wcathersby bus been quite sick with measles tlda week. I)r. lira and his little boy* spent quite a pleasant visit in New Orleans last week. Dr. Galloway will dedicate the Me thodist church ou tin? fourth Monday in January. E. L. Norman has purchased the residence of Dr. T. E. Butler. The latter will locate in Washington euuu ‘7 Measles in Wesson have about play ed out. It is a very mild type and a very good time to have them. Johnie Oliver returned from the city Saturday ami took bis departure for Oxford, on Sunday night. Beauregard's new I. O. O. F. ball is quite attractive. They were to have a supper and dunce but inclement j weather prevented. Dr. Butler and family paid their relative* at Brookoaveu a visit last j ! vomlay preparatory to moving up on ! the river. ! Dr. E. A. Rowan, our Immediate , representative, has gone to Jackson ; | when* be will make himself felt on the right side of all public questions, i Miss Howell, of Oxford, ga\c a de- | | light fill tea party Inst week, at mis.! moiiroc Smiths, the repast was only J the nicer by being prepared bv her adept hands. niss Agnes Chrisiiinn has a large class in drawing and the perfection of some of the pictures presented by the i little fellows at the concert was aim ' ply wonderful. nr. alone# lit# Keen vUilinfj In# mother* family, -o th* Presiding El der. Mr. Weems, occupied hi* pulpit Sunday ln-t. He i* busy moving into hi* m*w home now. By the Mayor, »t hi* residence las* I Sunday night. Mr. Triplet, of Leak county, was married to Mi*» Annie Williams. They left on the 11 o'clock train for their new home. Three oth er marriages in town thi* week. Wesson ha* it nearly a- had a* Jack -on and Itrookhsven. Preaching in the new Methodist | church la-t Sunday night by Kev. sir, j Cha*. Smith was the oeca-ion for the ' elite of Wc*#on to turn out. The | church was beautifully illuminated by 'the eliamleller*. The choir, iu their t ' new gallery, reinforced by the ui**ca ! , (’hrisnmn, with lllss Hartwell at the organ, reminded oue constantly of. service* iu oue of our largest city i j churches. Personal. I j ! -,, i V. M. Mcllce w as a visitor to tow n , ' Monday. lion. K. X. Miller and lady left for ' Jackson on Sunday evening. Dan X. Brown, of Utica, wa* in town on Friday of la-t week . .1. W. Bailey, K*q«, of Crystal Spring*, was in town la-t week. j F‘. 11. Catching, of Georgetown spent Monday at the county capital. J j Mi—l<rttic Smith, of the Crystal, | Cite, I* visiting the Mi—e* Xoniiaii. j Messrs. J. H. Thompson and A. J. ' Lusk, of .Beauregard, were here* Mon day. W. C. Wilkinson, E««|., of Cryital i Spring*, apeut a few hours here rc* 1 cvntly. Me—r-. J. S. Sexton and Isidore I.oeb were recent vi-itor* to the Cres | cent City, Col. Hum Stackhouse, of the Crys tal City, favored u* with u call while in our town. E. It. Conn, the fat man and good fellow from Hopewell, shook us by the hand on Monday . Col. B. F. Martin, of Martinsville, enlivened the town hy Ids genial pres ence one day last week. I»r. Kills, of Utica, brother of eur allow-townsman, I. N. Kills, was here Thursday on a short visit. Representative T. J. Millsups was in town on New Years day. He is now at Ids post of duty iu Jackson. ’ lion. Geo. 8. Dodds left Monday evening for Jackson. On Tuesday ho j was sworn lu ns Copiah's first Heim* : tor. Amoug the pleasant callers at our office last week, was 8. M. Flctclur, ' a worthy young farmer on Copinli ! creek. Hon. G. 8. Dodds was accompani ed to Jackson hy his estimable lady, who will remain with him during tbs sitting of the legislature. G. I). Lowe and] daughter spent several days iu New Orleans recently, visiting Ids son*, who am engaged hi the printing business at that place. Mr. P. Henry, traveling represen tative of the State Ledger, was here Thursday in the interest of that paper, and wo learn, didu good business. We I tail the pleasure of meeting iu our office last week, Dr. J. W. Ether idge, who lives csist of Crystal Spring*. We attended school with Ids wife some twenty y cam*go. In the event thst the supervisors order an election to fill the vacancy on , the board In beat two, we learn that 8. G. Salter will probably be brought forward by his friends as a candidate, lie once filled tliat position anil very acceptably. In a very short while we will start on a canvassing tour over the county, and hope to plure our paper in every family. We will eudeavor to publish a good, ml (able puper, nml ran see no reason why it should not find it* way ] lu even fireside. Married, On Wednesday, Dee. 9th, 1885, at the residence of tlio bride's fAther, by Snmiiel Nesmith, Esq., Mr. I). II. Wettrope to Miss Cornelia Sunders,of Claiborne county. Ou Thursday, Dec. 24th, 1M*5, st the residence of the bride’s father, by Samuel Nesmith, Esq., Mr. J. W. Fife to Miss (.'ora Huger*, all of Bran* dvwine. In Claiborne county. Miss., nt the | re*idcncc of Mr. Ilerhv Shannon, i Esq., the bride's father, on Tuesday, the 15th in*t., hv the Uev. Father Leonard, [of Natchez, Mr. W'allaje Newsom to Miss Eula Shannon. In Wesson, by Her. Mr. Purser, Hugh Allen, of Uaukiu county, and Miss Esther Patrick. Ou Dec. 27th, by Uev. Mr. Purser, Mr. Isaac llloom and Miss Eva King, all of Beauregard. Honor Roll. We arc Indebted to the following for the amount opposite their name*; j. M. Norman, llazlehur*t, 94.n0 j. Weather* by, “ • 2,50 K. Jonas, “ . 2.oo T. J. Penn, •• 2,OU lJuo. Tomlclch. " 2,00 E. Hey man A Co, “ 2,00 L. B. Harris. •• 2.00 K. M. Rcuihert. •• 4,00 , 4. C. White, " 4.00 Mrs. S. J. Reid. " 2.00 R. Cnxwell, •• 2,On Mi-a Lilly Burdin, “ 2.00 A. Lilly, •• 4,00 A. T. Craves, •• 2,00 W. T, Head, t *ry<Dl Spring*, 2,00 II. I>. Burton. Cnltla, Texas. 1.00 5. M. Fleleher, llazlehurst, 2,<*» Dr. L. <i. llvrd, “ 2,no S. (J. Salter Salters. 2,no J. F. L’»tliii',rCry*tal Spring*, 2,no Kdw North ]lazlehiir*t, 2,(SI F. it. Catching (leiugctown 2,00 I The Wesson Odd Fellow*. The following were Installed on Friday night lait. by Past Grand A, II. Flint, as officers of Copiah Lodge No. 109. I. O. of O. F. Wesaoii: Noble Grand, C. K. Kean. Vh«e Grand. J. W. Allen. Recording Secretary. J. B. Talliert. Treasurer. Jno F. Thompson. Chaplain. Mile* Cannon, j Warden Conductor. K. S. Noble Grand, Jos Buttenvorth. I L. S. Noble Grand, C. II. Drane. ! R.S. Vlee Grand, Frank Bowden* , |„ S. Vice Grand. *1. T. Boon. | U. Scene Supporter. S. R. Pintle. Scene Supporter—Jas Cannon. In«lde Guardian—II. M. Buckley. Outside Guanllan—David Dawson. Sick Committkk: Sunday, C. E. Bean. Monday. J. W. Allen. Tuesday. .1. B. Talliert. Wednesday. Jno F. Thompson. Thursday, A. G. Pittman. Friday. A. T. Woodln. Saturday, Win Paterson Adie.’tlsed Letter* lteiunlotiiK In lli«- ll«jt»hiir«l |*i»*t«fltce January 5th. lxs-V In calling lor them | please *av advertised. J. W. McMssrr.K, p. M. Ball F.llaa, Brener D II. Bishop Net tle, Brldger John, Brown Emma. Bow-, den Mary lw. Brow n Hazard, Brown D J | Brown D T. Brown Molay, Brooking Jj T. Butler Jos, Clanton Itev K**ec, Cal lahan Henry. Campbell Mary. Chatman |.oui*. Catching* »t Co. Collins Scott. Chelif Kllaa. Coleman Louisa, Costley Sarah, Collins Chas, Collins Rev K, Da vis Wash, Dibrell Georgia. Dumas Pave. Dulam v Mr* m A. Fry Dan F. Froiulev i.uev. ilarrl* J D. Hainan P A. Harris Andrew. Johnson G W, Kelly Bessie S, King T B. King Mary. May P, MoCallnm DrK A. Martin Znck. May. Rev II. McGee Amanda, Miles S. Moore Kmma, Mock I »nnl. Mullins Clara, Nelson Amanda, Nixon Amy. Noble sirsC, Olfort Mattie. Parker Mfi F M, I’errow hjlt. Peytan Mr* m II. Perkins llenrv. Price C D. Porter P II. Shelton J w. Shields Limas, Stuba Ellen, Singleterry Ailed. Shirley w It. Hunimervllle w L. Smith Vina, walker C w. ware l.ltxte B. Wesley Mass F, white, J w, Wilson Miss PT. Wolfe G N. Young J w. Young, tv P, Young II |m Blddej*. Now <&. Fresh Goods! J. W. FUGATE & CO. -DKAI.KKS IN— DRY GOODS, Groceries, Etc. t'M>KH TUK NKW KALKIt HALL. \Vliic~ they |>rn|Misu to ai'll at pricca. Which Doty Competition They belief*' that u niuibla nirklu la n**tti r limn n »low dollar, und nro «ontuut M ill* am till |irolTta. Druarl A no»lcctoilcoldorcoiiBh may lead n> l'»riiui<Hila.i’onMimpdon or oiliar fatal <1i«cav>. Stronar’a Pectoral PtUa will cure a rolil a» bymiiKir. IlctUiiDiforilyapcpaU ta. diirrailoa, ali-k beadaeka aa tbwuaauda tcatlfy. VISITORS TO NEW ORLEANS Will And it to their liitureat to purchftM th el r MILLINERY ME ROSA mum Eitpit ud Popular EitiUlitmt , . ChirirM »tr**U Orleaa* Where tln*v ran ■•lectfrom the largeM variety. latcu'l alylc uml moat fjuhlonablt good**in thl* city ATLOWXX rUCXB THAX XUXWHXXX Berlin Zephyrs, Of tin* very l>e*t quality, mail'd free of pontuga, at tteeiiu |K*r ounce. Order* promptly filled: flood* cheerfully exchanged, or money refunded if prcfcred. A Yalaabla Mad I owl Troatlo*. Tha «llll«#for IM of lha Marling kfrdleoi Annual, knuwa at ItoMMtrr'a AlnunaO, la now ready, and may ba ohtalaad, fraa of trial, ol , drwgjtiaU and grnrral country dralero la all parianf tha I'nlTrd Sialra, Mrslm, and mdrrd la arrry audited |mrilon af lb* Waaitrn llcmla* yh»ra. Thu Altnanae ha. hern laaurd regularly •I lha eomttn nreinriit of alrry year lor liter out-llflh id a w-nlur*. II minMnec, with lha anundaal practical adttc* fur the pi>»* nation and realorallon of health, a large amount ol lalereailng and amiuliis light reading, and Ihe ealrutlar, aalrnnomlral calculation*, rhrnnn* Inglcal limit. cie., are prepared wltbgreai ear*, and will be found rnllialy aemrale. Tlie laaua of llnaietler’a Almanar lor InnB will probably b* Ilia largrat adlllon of a medieal work am iiu 1>Ilabed In any eminlry. Hie proprietor*, Meaara. H.wletier A In., 1‘ltuhmgh, |*a., oa receipt of a Iwn real alamp, nlll forward a oopy by mall to any peraou who rauoot procure out In hla neighborhood. i -.... ... — ■ i _ ■ Strayed or Stolen. From tlio undersigned lit Kiulchurst on Urn Ilftli lint. ()im iron gray nmre j inuli*, about H 1*1 liund* liigli, ntiv ■ one recovering niuilis will In* llbeiullv ru warded. L. K. HlKDloNil. Nov. Sfttll 1HS5. No Cum No Pay!! i in Winna’* PI weer llloml Keiirwrr hereby until* Ireil to refund the money if It d«*e< u cure the dinen»c» for which it I* rconiii I mruried, and when Uucu nceordint» directions. Diaaatat. Bora* of ail Aluda, Wood P oiaon Pa* ! B. (iu Innflnu imMiufni'turei) him I *m*M [ Id* Medicine from IVrry. (In., In an hum hie way, lining nil ordiintry Iron pot (or Imlling. The liiiniucn* was run under the mime of Swift ti (Suitiii, Perry, (Ja.. with the caution priuP'd on each lalwl; “None genuine without the written nig* nature of it. tiulnu;'' and the mediciue WM nold at B.VIKI per bottle. Thin co*pmincridiip wan illn*ul«cd by Mr. (’. T. Swill retiring and Mr. It. Oiiiun eontimilug theiuauiifnctureof till* l Vhhratcd Vegetable IIIikmI Itencwcr fmm Southern forc«u up to tlie preaent time, lie ban now nold hla right therein to tiiM Macon Medicine Company Macon, Qt., Eanay on llloo«l*and Skin l*i*^n»<» mailed free. .MACON .MKIUCINK COMPANY. Macon, (ia. ___— I Homostoad Notico. ljind Officent ,lack*on MU*. Nov. ’Jtitli 1M.V Notice i* hereby given that the following named pettier ha* tiled notice of Id* Intention to make final proof In support of hi* claim, and that *al I proof w III tie made Indore the ItcgUig and Receiver I'lilted State* f.mill tnfcce at Jack«on. Ml**, on January lath. Issit, viz: Kphraim Taylor. Ilnmc*trud No 1(1777. for the *w4 »>el,V*ei *w.4 »ee HI. t.l n. r I w. He name* the following wltne**e* to pro-e III* cnntlnnmi* re*i denee upon, and cultivation of. *aid land, viz: l.ewi« llrown, John WiUmi. Solomon Smith. NeUmt Magee, all of Georgetown, l*o»t Office. Copiah eouuty MI**U*lppl. Ja* I). Stewart, KegUter Homostoad Notico. (•ami office, Jack*oo. Mi**. I*ec .'l. ’*1. Notice i* hereby given that the follow inN bunted "t'llliir ha* tiled notice of hi* intent ion to make final proof in *nppnrt lif h** Mitim, Httvi llml *uid proof will Ik* made before Hie KegUter ami Receiver I'. S. nand office at J.n k*on . MU*, on Janu ary null. I**»i. viz Samuel llrown, Horne .tend No. piST'i, for the lie <jr nw «jr *cc .'II. t | n. r I e. lie inline* the following wit ne»*e* m prove hi* coutimioii* renideiiee upon and cultivation of .aid land: Ahrani IhonipKon Adam A let under. Satn Win ticlil, || |*‘ linync*, all of tieurgetow II. to pinli county, Mu* JAs. |i. HTKWART. «lec5*0l KegUter. Homo3tcna notice. IjiiuI Ollier .Jaek.on. Mi**., I leeeiiilH* *i!trd. lefl. Notice i*hereby given tl.atrhe following named *e tiler ha* tiled notice of hi* I ilia'll lion pi make final proof in support of hi* claim, and that * il l proof will he mada Indore the KegUter and Receiver If. K I at ml office at Jackson. MU*., oil Jau. II*. lv«i. viz: Abram Thompson. IImne*tead No. iiwlT, for tin- aw <|r*w <|r **c At. t l n rl e. Hr* name* the following witneaae* to prove hi* ciintimioua rc*ldencr* up" ami cultivation of *ald land: Sam. itrown Andrew llrown. Au*lin Allen. II K (luynv, all of Oiorgetown, t'opinh eo.. MU*. HecfUit JAS. I>, STKWAKT. Kcgisler fluent runtatlon In Copiah for Half. T,|t*» on the linymi I’lerre. three mile# west of Mnrtinavill. w ith river running through It from south to ninth boundary for :»-4 of a mile, with a big creek com ing into It at about the centre. Ktmugh cane on the creek* to feed 100 head of cattle. (?ontains MO acre<-4.VI open and in high state of cultivation. All bottom nud tlrst hammock land, except about 200 acre*. All the land ditched and lev eed in best order. Three and a half miles of post, plank and win* fence—four w in** and a plank. All fencing, outside and Inside, from II to 12 rail* high, w ith running rail and locked at each corner. Horse and mule lot with pleket fence eight feet high, with win* at top. huh-tautinl n*sldonco with brick ehlin iicvs, glu**s window# and gallery on each *ltie. Out cabins In good repair and comfortable quarters. Two wells of finest w ater. Kxcell* any other farm In Copiah county for quality of laud and improvements. Best of term#. For In formation, uddress the undersigned. H. F. M VICTIM, * Martinsville, Mis#. M BMa UMt l«t*aM hM CmKit*4 lit* Wo fraught with greater blessings than ttiat%bleh has accrued to tbs InhabltsnU of malarial rtddtt portions of the United Mate# amt ibe troploa from tbs uss of Uoatatter’* Stomach BlUcra. The experience of many yrara baa bnt to dearly demonstrated the In efficiency of quinine and other drugs to effect nally combat the program of Intermittent, MM%e*ttre and billons remittent fevers, while on the other band. It has been no reliable safeguard •ffnladmalartd dtseaae, jssi!sur««s*i»sia cM'iWafflraiaiafass gKS by mal-as*lmtl»t*on. S3A&FD h book of 100 pagan. rnr*r\ Tt« beet book for an 2 ad vert tsar to eon Invest on# hundred thousand dollar* to ad vert Wing, a schema la indicated wbk*b win mart his every rnqntremenUereee aaas^ae (•*»*»* akeseesaaefly arrteaa-t rsgwadaaes. is* edlUew* her# beeetajMW* Sent, post-paid, to any addreaa for Ween* Write to UBO. f. BBWSPArEHAPtrBjrnsWM BUBEAU. fWprueet*. Printing Howe* ffq.). Bew fork. Mason £ Hamm OMAMI NtftoMlIw •ntidl <•«•*' . k.w> bill*** <*l tsras^ HknwI.Cll |W(M> M«. PUMOI» n*» »• HkMklH r*m» mMm i>» • ? tlllag inlw. k l ■ mull** *m zSlZxs v ■ *•L' * I'AltKER'S HAIR BALSAM l’"rker's Hair Ualsam It finely |*rfuio* e«J anil it warranted to present falling u( theImlrand of remoein dandrufTand llili l|ig. UIHCOX *<*»., New Ynrtt. CONSUMPTION. MltMM«llNMl(a«MH 11*4 u4 JlUmt M»MI«jk«et Multi MM. MfiMi iimt Ml ItaMt4MM,UMi«ni m4tWo ftorrlse /aaa. MM* *«» • lp* •!.a r t sati as m im (mm kMiNlmr WfMi«MuirOi44»« h * a. mOtou. m rann, *«* raw. Parker’s Tonic. A Famlif Uidlclit that UiTir titolcatu. If you are a lawyer, minlalcr or liualnes man rihansted by mental strain or am lout cares do not take inloiu-ati nr *limti I lanta. but use I’AltKKK'H TON 1C* If roil have Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,^ Kidney or (iriuary Complaints, orlf yo« are troubUd w ith my disorder of Ilia Iniifr^F atotnai'b. bowels blood, or nsrves you sair Imicured be I’AKKKIt'R T'»NIC. HiSCOX&CO , 103 William Ctrcot, N. Y Deafness1** andicc** &,'r by one wlio was den twenty-eight years. Treuted by mos of tbc Doled six'i iuliktt of the day witli u Imnefil. l ured biniaelf in three month • ml aim a tben hundreds of others by asm Proem, A ploin, simple and surcetkfu home treatment. Adore** T. H. I'A<i K lifr> Ka»l ’.‘VI11 Pt.; New York City. (•rrinau Carp for sal* by E. (]. )*XY70M, tU|fl7 JlK/Jebur *|. Xtlea j ENDORSED BY SCIENTISTS AS wcnuurl IitatrutlMe Over BOO Beautiful ' Designs* BETTEl AKD CHEAPER THAB ip ut : STOVE. r ; •end for' I Price Llet 4 Circulate. _ NtuvrtnvttD tv ^monumental bronze company. «iaaw»i.oanr i'. J. M. 1\\ I uh.u, Agent, Wesson Mutfi. M. 3. A B. R. R. Schedule. i Suing South. In afreet Sep. 16 tioiug North •/i p. ni. J.v. .Mciuphia, Ar. 1010a. tu 42 p. in. Holly .Sprimr*. M.On a. ui i'» in. Wutrr Valley, aula. Ill .lap. in ISreiiada, 4.6* a. m 4 7 u. til. Jarkaon, 12 63 a. ni *22 a. in. Terry. 12.16 a. in 41 a. ni. t’rvMal spring*. ]| 67 p. n • it a. in. Huileliurat. II 3G p. ni .27 a ni. * Itcaureganl. 11.16 p. m 4% a. in. Mct’omli City (i.>7 p. ni "Ua.tu. New Orleana, ij.nnp, ,n Tram* of tne M. 6. A U. K . It. will wait for llliu ■ >*. (Vniral trail), when delayed, twu houra, making roiincction*. JAM S. HAVANT. U. I*. A. H' IV Duiiavant. Muni. l*i 1*. Newman. JU'ccivar. IwTSALEr The Most Ooslrablo Plaoe in tho County I One of the ninitdealrahle place* in thla aeetlon l« now offered at a bargain. It I*only half a mile from the depot, con tains lot) acre*, all under new plaak and wire fence, with about 40 acre* in culti vation; 4 fine aprlngv, good well ,aud large flah pond; plenty of fruit tree*. Largs Frana Ovsllli; House, containing 7 room*, celled throughout; G flre-place*, am) houac well painted. Large ham ami -talile*. and 4 comforta ble tenant hoiiaei on the prctnUe*. If dealreil, I will sell w ith the place farm ing Implement*. hor*e«. eattle. hog*, wagon, Ac. Till* property will he euld ren*onalde. I alto deulre to ai-ll my Hotel Furniture A Flxturos. The hotel I* a large, two atory brick building, conveniently located, and, baa a good ruu of patronage. Furniture all new and lu good coutfitloii. Call un or write to uie at once. Wn. M. KOnrUTBOM. Sep. 24 Uaslehurat. MU*. LQMIJa.T8J dealth is Weallhl ' I iTHtATHIWf^TTi Dm HC. Writ'll Nrxr* emceet.! CKffS: WIMJN Jintal Vo. Ssn»atesw»a nmSmmtmrm Old An Itarronnwm.1*" i^jasasas^'ssfb&u: mboMor owr-indul*»>nc«. Koch bo* conl*in» ff^'iVE^sruss’^'WSs: WE CCAJIAETEE SIX BOXES £'dihmPiMNlfnrrilt#* jn-rmut-l to rwidtho^ISJrS »• tw«t nwijtdin* ooidhS mtan, OmimUW lyirndtiUfUf JOHN a WEST 6c OO., M2 W. MADISON ST., CHlCAOO, ILIA, Solo rrop» Wcot'a Llrar nil*. PLAID SHAWL GIVEN AWAY1 ran* AW»«oca«»ofc* piawos-organs J»V fi»» Maton*A Hamlin Orranand Piano Co., . ni;c^a LOOK! LOOK! • • GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES Of All Kinds of Hoods. , PERFECT SLAUGHTER FOR THE > NBXT THIRTY DAYS! tiavu opined oil Ujo west aide ut the Railroad, near the Rildge/' where wu invite all to call and exauiino Our Goods Saved from the Fire • 4 I of the 10th of NovtrtnlxT, consisting In jwrtof Dry Goods, ClothluT* Boots Shout, Huts, Groceries, Notions, Ac, all of which . / WeiMust Dispose of in the Next 30fDays» and to do this wo will adl any article at HALF PRICK. This is Huainasa, so call and examine the' goods wad secure bargains RKSI'KCTFULLY, E. HETMAN A 00., Haslchnrst, Miss, Dec. 3d, 1885. LHOTE &c, CO., OLD BASIN Steam Sash, Doer and Blind Factory LUMBER YARD, (Vwitar rrantlln ami Tonhaiaa Bta. llinnrh O ('arondcUt. Fuatudlca Drawee 7J0. New Orleans. K.ep an hand (ilaicd *n»b, HlinJ*. Frainr*. M « Hiding*. Bi* Hn.tkatln f M*lu»t*r». Nfwrl., *croll woik, niling. rough *rantlfn,r. flooring. weatuarl>oar.l», laath rri'.lpr hnaid*. roBnd «a;«mt. poplar. n*li and mahogany. K.liiualra lurni.licu on application. Illn*irnt«-*1 <a.aloCHr* mailed tree. Wrll* !•<» one. THE BLUE FRONT LIVERY STABLE )l»zlohurt+ Mitt., 141C DON?& OATO, Proprietor*. U uggir. hart*, and »adJ!* hr,i»«a ready at ad lima* to r» tn any part ofe.vMttry. Jluraea for anla. tra.lv nr hlra. Polka drfvara and rraaonaMa chargm. ! LOU LSI ANAJSTEA m Sash, Blind and Door Factory 891303, 809 and 307 Cravler Street, ROBERTS & 00., Proprietors. H.tli Blin.U, Door, llnuldlnic. Kloorln* and rolling. N.wcl. Baloata, ate., w„, on band or oiad. lojordar Ordera promptly attended to. F.«tituaTan When «. u rad. Branch &l C'aroudalat direct Sew « • !< Geo. Tomicich, Hailehur.t, Miss, Would rci|<e«tfully inform the public thiil be ba* op*ne<t>t hi* old Hand a sleek « Dry Goods, Grocor ies, Boots, Shoos,Tobaeco, Cigars, Etc. 4'which ha pm|ioees »o seWaftirtcea that defy coni|*tllinn4 He aim keeps on bend Confectlonorles, 'Shell Goods, Fruit, Nuts, Candle#, A • 4 III* goods have ju*t b#en bought from first hands and ar# fresh, and « 111 be sold at t be tsrr lowest prise*, fall at onus veo want bargains. 8. J. JOHNSON. fl. F .JOHNSON. S. J. JOHNSON & SON, II AZLEH r BHT.d 1 8 81 8 H I PPl (OITOMTR OCR OLD STAND ON OREKN STREET). JUlTOfACTCIli AMDVtALUMB- \ 8 ADD LB IIY, HARNESS, W HI PS A N D CO LL A R S. -ALSO DK 'LKRS IN JI.UIKS, PHAETONS, MlIfRURK WAGONBj' Etc. j All kinds of repairin'.' done on short noilee at reasonable prims. J. C. WHITE. PR/ESCE/IJPTI03ST DRUGGIST, II AELEii I'KMT.. -llEALKK IN DRUGS, MBDICINES, CHEMICALS DRUGGISTS. SUNDRIES, STATIONERY, Etc. PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY Onlrm from country Mcrchmt* Solicited. p i I » i i i