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We don't complain of hard time, but thank the trade for their very liberal patronage. -y The Steady Increase in our SHOE TRADE assures us that the mm" Genuine Bargains WE GIVE ARE DULY APPRECIATED Our stock was never more complete, so come to the shoe store for your shoes where you will have a complete line to select from. Our line of tans for gents, ladies, boys and children is complete. Satisfaction guaranteed in every sale. We will fit your feet and save you money. IITmIBii?dl$ STATE ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOB LAND COMMISSIONER. E. B. COMFORT FOB STATE SENATOK, J. C. CLARK. FOR ItEl'ISESEXTATlVE. JOHN F. ALLEX, JAMES F. MiCOOL J. 15. LOVE A. W. SKINNER FOIt SHERIFF. WILEY SANDERS D. L. SMYTlIE, JR., .G. '"A. THORNTON FOR CHANCERY CLERK. J. II. IIOLL1NGSWORTII W. S. DONALD W. E. SANDERS AV. R. LACEY T. 0. CONNER F. M. GLASS FQK CIRCUIT CLERK. J. II. SULLIVAXT T. J. BEACH M. F. WILLIAMS I. P. LANSDALE FOR TREASURER. J. W. WHITE W. H. TURNER A. F. TEMPLE ELIAS PHILLIPS R. C. KELLY FOR TAX ASSESSOR. T. P. PROcTOR, A. P. (TINEY) BOYD V. II. WALLACE FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION. M. G. CAMPBELL FOR SURVEYOR J. H. KIMBROUGH FOR SUPERVISOR. BEAT 1. C. G. HINES P. T. STEPHENS G. C. EDWARDS BEAT 2. J. A. MAULDIN BiAT 3. J. A. JACKSON B. A. CLARK BEAT 4. R. C. STINGLEY J. S. M cAT EE, BEAT 5. D. T. ROSS FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE BEAT 1. B. T. FULLILOYE C. M. BROOKE ' T. P. TERRY FRANK BELL M. II. THOMPSON FOR CONSTABLE. BEAT 1. X. W. GUNTER, D. L. WALLACE BEAT 4. R. J. WOODS President Collier, of the Cotton States and International Exposi tion, has received communications from the officials of several of the largest labor organizations of the country relative to securing space for a building which shall be the rendezvous for the thousands of members ofthe different organiza tions interested. The building will doubtless be erected. That Democratic wonder, the New York Weekly World, has just changed its weekly into a twice-a-wetk paper, and you can now get the two papers a week for the same old price $1.00 a year Think of it ! The news from New York right at your door fresh every three days 104 papers a year. We have made arrangements by which we can furnish The Kos ciusko Star and the twice-a-week New York World all for only $2.15 a year. Here is the opportunity to get your local paper and The New York World twice every week at extraordinarily low rates, Address, Kosciusko Stab. Four Big Successes,; Having the needed merit to more thau make good all the advertising claimed for tbem, the following four remedies have reached a phenomenal sale. Dr. King's New Discovery, for consumption, coughs and colds, each bottle guaranteed Electric Bitters the great remedy for liver, 6tomach and kidneys. Bucken's Arnica Salve, the best in the world, ami Dr. King's New Life Pills, which are a perfect pill. All these remedies are guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them and the dealer whose name is attached here with will be glad to tell you more of them, fjold at Harvey & Rohy'e drug Ftore. 20 Chrvsantheiniinl lilants. 20 choice varieties with printed in structions how to grow them to pertection, tor Sl.UU post paid. JO Violet plants, 5 varieties for S1.0C post paid. Send for catalogue. Mrs. Eugenia T. Povall, Booneville, Miss. Columbus, Miss. Stinson fe Watson, Proprietors. Manufacturers and Dealers in Foreign and Domestic MARBLE AND GRANITE. Respectfully aik Mississippians to patronize a Mississippi industry by buying their marble and tomb stones from them and save freight and high priceg charged by North em establishments. Address them, or call on J. C. Walker, l.Oinl Agent. Konclunko M Ihn Sewing Machines Rebuilt and Warranted FIVE YEARS 111' W. S. R1TNOUR, The only re-bullder in the State. WlthW. W. Hall, Opposite . B. Potts Co. When in town give me a call Hcke Smith aud Silver. Atlanta, Ga., April 23. Secre tary Hoke Smith doesn't agree with Secretary Morton on " gold monometallism, .but takes the po sition that the vast majority of the people who oppose the free and unlimited coinage of silver are genuine bimetallisms. Secretary Smith, who is here attending the marriage of his riece, talked free ly on this subject today and ex pressed decided views as to the position ofthe Democrats of Geor gia on this subject. "Georgia's delegation to the National Demo cratic Convention will go the in structed to oppose to the end the! effort to put this counlry cn a sil ver basis," said he. "I know a strong effort is being made to cre ate the impression that Georgia is overwhelmingly committed to the free silver fallacy, but that is not the case. Whatever may be the tendency that way now you can put it down as certain that Geor gia will be found ou the safe cur rency side," TIME TABLE. The following are the tunes of arriva and departure of the C. A. Sc N. trains at Kosciusko. The Passenger trains are daily, the freight daily except Sun day. East Bound Passenger, 4:57 a. m. West " " 2:50 p.m. East bound Freight 10:50 a.m. West " " 12:35 p.m. YOU DON'T WANT TO BE "DEAD IN IT." Your severe fit of Stopped at once by HOWELL'S COUGH BALM. For 8al by D. TWooten, Crawley Bros., Cvitjr Miss., N. A. Fox, Palona. Why suffer with Coughs, Colds or La Grippe for a week or ten days, when Laxative Quinine will cure in one day. Put up in tablets convenient for taking. MRIIIG&NORIH At the resorts reached by the new Orleans and Chicago Limited Such Is the title of an attractive pamphlet containing a list of resorts in the North, giving hotels, rates, etc., issued by the ILLINOIS CENTRAL R,R, For a free cony, and for time schedule of the Central's Fast Vestibuled Train, "The Limited" best train out of the South for reaching the Northern Resorts ask your local railroad ticket agent. He will also advise as to tourist rates and connecDOM. A. H. HANSON, a, r,A Chicago, r.B.BOWE8.A.a.M To Sunday School Workers of the County. I deem it my duty as president of the County Sunday Schools to write this aud urge activity in the great work. The time of the year has come when the schools of every section can be put into operation and I hope the friends of them will go to work and let us make this a year of great awakening in a systematic 6tudy ofthe Scriptures. No kind of education is so profitable as Christian education, therefore we should be diligent in our efforts to arouse both old aud young to their du ty along "this line. At the last County Convention the following officers were elected: M G Campbell, president; M F Williams, secretary; R G McCoy, treasurer. Vice president Beat 1, A T Allen, Wm. McBride; Beat 2, T J Hams, J A Toler; Beat 3, T L Oaks, James M Williams; Beat 4, S E Hanna, I J Clark; Beat 5, R B Sanders, G I) Ray; County-at-large B A Clark. I hope each vice-president will be active in his duties, and if any section needs the help ot an organizer apply to them. While this is an energetic age in social, business, and professional life, the church should be equally aroused to the march of progress and see to it that consecrated intelligence is cultivated. While the ministry is usually very punctual in the discharge ot their du ties, yet 1 hope they will not think it presumptuous on my part to ask their especial help iu this work. As you at tend your different appoJntments ascer tain whether there is a Sunday School iu that section, and if not, please re port to the vice-president of that Beat that they may organize one. During this stringency of money matters organizers aud officers iuav find some difficulty in obtaining litera ture, but this should be no obstacle since no literature equals the Bible. Organize and begin a systematic study of it. Respectfully, M. G. CAMPBELL. Echoes From the Public School. School closed this week with much hurt to the grading of the school. Turing the pust two years the stand ard of grading has Ice.; raised at least one grade, and we were glad to note that it could be maintained, but just in the hour of success, Calamity comes. "Oh! ever thus from childhood's hour. I've seen my fondest hopes decay." The work has not been finished. This means an unsatisfactory beginning next tern. No motion requires greater harmony than the development of the human mind. The Shakespearian club, continuous throughout the term, has been a source of much pleasure and profit. We offer many thanks, to the young ladies and men of town who have helped in the work. The teacher's class in professional study has continued throughout the term It has strengthened the admira tion for the work of our profession aud awakened a force in each which, If the work is continued, will become a pow er in "learning the little shoot how to idea." The enrollment for this term has been "04 and the average daily attend ance about 200. The library of the school has grown 311 volu lies during the session at a cost of $77. All of this paid by the school except $16 which is still owed by the library. The volumes added to the library this term are by the best writers of ttie age. Miss Allcott, Tolstoi, Carlyle, Scott, Hugo, Green, Ruskiu, and Shakespeare are represented, besides 11 volumes of the library of American Literature compiled by Stedroau.and Hutchinson. This has been a session of little fric tion (reported to us), pleasant sailing aud hard aud successful work. We will begin to work for the success of next term next week and will not cease until the session is spent. Dur iug the summer the faculty will come in contact with the talent of the coun try in the school work; hence, the peo ple may look for the next session to be the best by far in the history of the public school. It is our opinion that the present Board of Aldermen might i ut a feather in their cap by legislating some alon, the public schaol interest. Put us on an independent financial basis and Hive us a new building and let ua share "hash" with the others who feast at the "public corn crib." It all belongs to the children anyway and it is best to give it while you can direct it. The faculty has ordered the report of the committee of Fifteen on Elementary education which is agitating (he -edu. catlve worli now, and weVrTT talk large with their brethren i J on matters pending. We trust a happy summer i ing the children. Encourage the children to ty-ad ing vacation. Respectfully, ioupoW To all who hold coupon to m photo gallery, bear in mind thJL run out of date June 1st. rfiu must be paid when the pf shown and the order give Vh this is complied with I fuwaatea to furnish a celluloid finished pU tograph according to the ewtL All other work will fee AirgAfo at regular prices aud finished with celluloid. J. A. McGUIRE, J'hotogrApb.pr. Confederate Veteran Ileuutoa. For the National ConSedemteVeleran Reunion to be held at Houston 'jw May 22nd, 23rd and 24th, the COTTtft BELT ROUTE aUhori rJr cent per mile. Tickets to be sold uZ Drivilese of extension fitun ....... viavg ion- ger if tickets are deposited with" t&at rorminui linn ot ITM.u.r... I? ther particulars address C F RECTOR, Commercial Ace at or JCDAVIjs, Traveling Fit. & PASg. Memphis, Ttaiu. Job lot of Toilet sosip and ioo!u brushes, 10 days only. Harvey & Uoby. Light Brahman, White Le. bonis, White Plymouth YLozU, Fit Gemes, S. C. Wyandottos, aui Bronz3 turkeys. For prices mf, dress J. II. LAXDIIU A, New Port, Miss. Kosciusko Market Cotton .(111 Wool, tub washed, Wool. ppn.r W toil) I- to 15 Wool, burrv. 07t)12 Corn .50 .08 .08 $1.80 to fiw Pork Bacon Chickens Eggs Butter Pea9 .07 .15 .05 to l .35 Potatoes Hides Flour, beat fancy. Flour, best patent. O.jtO.O!) fl.50 190 Surprised You would be to tind the the great number o giod.s you can foe supplied with at our store which yon can be supplied with no where else. Our stock may not be as largo as that of a city store, but we have a remarkably tine . assortment i( dry goods from wliveh selec tions can be made, wliwh our customers greatly ap preciate. In addition to staples, we h:ivi m;uiy novelties which jw ought to see. Our Drive. We call especial attention ladies and gents lew-Wr slutee. Ma-dfc and few, frwm 75'oente to $250 pT. Ttoey r exiremcr mum i iim MarveW8 Results. From letter written by Rev.J6 derman, ot Dimondale Mich., 7 permitted to make this xtrt'-t have no hesitation in recouiuiewiu Dr. King's New Discovery, as the v suits were almost marvelous m theow of my wife. While I was pastor of uw Baptist Church at Rives Junctwt " brought down with Pneiimmu ceeding La Grippe. Terrible pr yrnns of coughing would I with little interruption and it as if she could uot survive t",81"-.- friend reuommeadod Dr. kinP , Discovery; it was quick in its f M satisfactory in results." T free at Harvey & Roby's Druff negniar size ouc anu wi I 1 Bet CouKh Srup. firtw IP I In tins. Hold br drWirJ