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NO, tneV are Here. . , Kleven varieties ot D. LAN DRETH & SON'S famous Fall and Winter Turnip Seed a grand combination. FIVE DOLLARS in gold will l,e given to the purchaser of Olir Seeu nuu iiuccc uic iJig- est turnip. And while you are in town re member we have several dozen Mason's Fruit J ars that will he sold at prices to suit the thickness of your pocketbook. Po not lose your time and fruit by using olii rubbers. Get new ones. We have them. Also buy your Drugs, School Books, and Wall Paper of Crowder & Edmunds. Kosciusko Market. Cotton (H-4 '.C.inl tnli unshed IStn HI Wool, clear 1 12 to 1"' VC,ini liiirrv R til ldi P ' 't " ' -1 IVnn S to M 1-2 Chickens (10 to Jl.Sil Fjl's 07 Butter I'.'J Peas ()" to .7-i Potatoes r.n Hiiles 5 to 12.1 K!m:, best fancy . .SO Flour, best patent ...'475 Wl.y purler w'tb imughs, Colds or L Cirippe for a week or ten days, wliea buxative Quinine will cure in one day Put up in tablets convenient, for taking I'se the best preparation to cure gray hair and baldness. Hall's Hair Bene"- er. J. Niles Boyd - H.W.Jackson House Wvr Stock. Bio; Yen ( Mil t f.ii) to iiud ihe place, ami alter yon trade with ns i re you Hill make ti liee lii.e tor our S ole i Vel'V time Voll Willit GROCERIES. We hitVe :nt tVi Cill'-lojlds ol I!ib (i t aile Flour tliat wetxpect to tip,wo id' in dmrl md' r. and the eoiiilillit'.iill ll.at We expect to work h Ouulilv and Prices. We ! ii v everything in fur-load l"ls iiml o' C'ltlf.-e We net th'll clep. It v., ii had 10(1(1 bushel. i ! coi n , , (i-d,. 1 1 1 1 oil I ta!- e h-ss pi i 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 a man wo.ihl take the whole tiling than oil would I")' a single bi,hel, and thalV the vav it wotks with even t hi lip- the inor-' yi.ti buy tl e cheaper you it. ...OUR I'UUK LKAF LARD. GOLDEN IMO COKFKT. T.KST (ill DE HlOcOHFKi', VV CUKAM CHKE.-K. CIMTS AN!) HEAP HICK. I.I VKIiroOL SALT it PJ absolutely the best and im a. Iresb. ilS fresh can be. Wll Will li.l I'll l. 1.1 IT CflWi buceo in M.ioilv iimr' u eare in I t silj at from ''( to 40 tents a pound. I'l'Sh Mijip- ot tiii-Hol'.teli I (.oc.1,1 ji r"ived, We k, , ,, kiiois id' tapl- l f'M.cv gn ceti-s. caiiiie.) 'tiiii- and I ,.,,, , i. , ; Hunt-. ill t "-t We v ! e Hi tde-'fo., IV hllMness. Try uir C'aluinel BaKing l'owder. in An old latin ba.lc his mhis trv to break u bundle of Micks. Thev 11 . , . . . . uoi J n; but wlien tne Micks were separated and tr:rd siiiulv .1 ., , , . . - , "m" broKei!. "bee, myi sons;," he exclaimed, "the power o! unity. ,-hSUr. Honest goods, lowest piices, large assortment, and square deal irigs are the Micks that make up the grocery business. Almost every grocer has one or more of these sticks; hut it takes all four to make a buncMe such as ours is that can't be broken. Come to see cur Fruits, Candies, Canned goods aii Sorts of Groceries We rfier special inducements to housekeepers. L. 3. Rnt PERSONAL l!ev. Mr. I'oe, of Kthel, was in the citv Monday. Jr. K I) Sinvthe mail" a professional I v,81t 10 1-'rent!" amp tins week. Prof. J M O'Briant returned latt j Tuesday from his visit to Pickens. Mr. T D Finr. of Verona, is visiting relatives in town and county this .veek. Miss Lou Smith is visiting Miss An nie D Love in the city this week. Surveyor J II Kitnbrough was circu lating with Ida friends ia town last Monday. Miss Maud Conner and lipr brother, Ste-e. are visiting relatives in Canton this week. Prof. J A Sanderson, president of the French Camp Female College, spent last Tuesday in Kosciusko. Mr. A A Owen, of the Smyrna neigh borhood made us a pleisant call last Tuesday. Mrs. Frsnk Johnson, of Silver Ci ty, Miss., came over recently to attend the bedside of her father, Dr. I A Herring. Misses Sallie I5ovd and Helen Jones fpentseveral days in the country re- ! centlv, visiting friends and relatives. i M r. 1 f bansuaie, wiiommif fudu , fluttering race for Circuit Clerk, is now employed in the W B I'otts Co, Mr. Bill ('lower, a prosperous farmer of Shrock neighborhood, was in the city in the early part of the week. Mr. WT Landrum, Jr.. of Thomas, tmtr, was disking hands with hi friends on the streets here M nday. Mr. Ike Shelby, to the delight of his inanv friend" (several young ladies in cluded) spent several days in the city this week. Miss Kugeni.i Campbell, after spend several weeks in Jackson, faced W .vard yesteiday and is now at home. Mr. Bob Lee. of I'lattsbnrg. spent sever A duvs in the city leeent'y He has been employ -m) and wi'd soon take his place with Giililand Brs. l'r'd'. i T li.'.v I has returned frm Choctaw and Winston, wheie he has been uperintending the eounty sum-nn-r normals. Miss Edna Smith, the accompli'hed datightrof Mr. Bob Smith of Leak, has been attending the normal this ! week. Ir. Jim O'Leary, the hnsdinir dry goods salesman of tha W B Potts C., left last .Sunday f'r Xew York. her he noes to purchase the fall slock for the I'ouipmy. The finest fif'w LouiMiana mo la"''' t Mikn. Try it Mr. A J Cook and wife of Louisiana and Iti'itt a"d Victor Conk of the yiMV ui'ro:id, are welcome visitors in t'-wu tht- weeR, vbe jjnents ot their juirent. dr. and Mrs-. A' M C.k.': . Bev. 1 obt. O Bibv, now ol North ,. .'. , i Mi.s,.,;.pl is .1, rt Visit th.(- Wm k to his fatle-r. Mr. J hn Kilev. His many Ir ends gladlv welcome iiitn back to his old home. (.i. W T Laddrnni, of Leake, ns a very ( leasant visit last We 'in-- day and authoriz.-d us to place t'n- I Mowin.' ii,lv..rtist.iu.nt in .mr -iliim Wanted :;i) strong men to gather . Must bp at least ten feet high in o-.l,. to reach it without tlie aid of a step ladder."' AVe tcld him that his v. :. rather an un.isual demand, but if Mi ail in the Sta k didn't find them that ' lie had just as well go to building' ho n- ,a,!,'trs- ' Mr. Will Whitten is spending a few i days in tow n this week with Ids friends, j He is the same jovial Will; no change 1 in him with the exception of ins sky ! locks, which resemble Samson in the! l ..; .i ro i i ,, ,, height of his manhood more than Bill v. i .i ! i r. Nye in the depth of editorial medita tion Vu oru in li.M.na tli.it 1... 101-oeeui oi eoMonni mcnua-i ,v . , ,. , . Mil lit l'ITO lliill nr II Ulll f(ll, w), . t ,. e ""i itmu-i Mir t tii nauuii'' Milium hi h 1)ih.,i, ,11 n, , .... I'elilan and be shorn of the beuuti.'ul '.H'KS. Misses Cora Bell ami Maud Hunt, of! awomplish the ariicle. Mnrgiss; Miss Stella Borron and Kin-1 Klder B X Hatch, Bapt;st State Sun mett Carr, of McCool, who have been j (I;ly S.d,, ;1 Kvadgelist, delivered a very the charming gaests of Mrs. W. L. Neal j interesting ami instructive lecture in f tins place tha past week, retiirnetl j this place last Tuesday night on Sun- to their respective homes on Monday morning. Miss Bettie Brooke returned from Koscir sko Saturday, bringing lier sis ter, Jennie. We hope the v'sit will he f pleasant to this winsotn Miss Jennie that she'll come often. Lexington Advertiser. Our friend Will M Jordan, a prosper- issue entitled "The Beatitude of Sor ousoimg merchant of Carthage, was j row" and we will here take occasion to in the city recently. Will once worked j say that each issue hereafter will con in this place and during his stay made i tain sn article on some religions sub- i.i n .. l . ...i - i i i . i . ... i-1 : . . ii:.. i .i . . .ii , iiuuii menus woo aregiau 10 Know oi '" ' if . i I Our denial, good hearted l'opiiK-e' friend, Capt, J ( J Buck made us n ; pleasant call last Ttosday. Come -e I . r t r . r oneu as you piease L apiaiii. 1 on wu alwavs be welcome. Mrs W I, Keirn am! children, of Lexington, after enjoying for nro weeks the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. C C Kelly, returned to their home but Monday. Mr. A A Moore, of Kthel neigh! hood, was an ap reflated caller at ti e Star office last Monday. Tr. Wiley Sanders .Ir one o f P,at 5's rising young men, made us a pleas ant visit Monday. Our gnial friend. Bobf.. !ennbo. sp"il s (by or t'vo last week visiting relatives in Vaiden. "?ev. T N Bhi'iries attended th reviv al meeting in Durant several days of this week . Mr. F rek .Tihrop. r.f Silv.er City, Miss , sttun.lp l thebeilide of her fath- Pfi j)r ferriii". Mrs. Beean and dativhter. of lazoo . ,u ,,,ist tr and Mrs. Harvey tlds week. Mr I S Smith has moved, and is now occupying the B.o i'iis place next to Dr. Lee's, Mii9 Annie NichoU, of Aberdeen, is visiting Miss Bessie Biaker. Miss l.ou Smith is visiting Miss Annie j D. Love io the city this week ! Snr-eor.l 11 Kimbnmgb ua-i cinu-1 lating with his fiieml in towi Monday Sb-inks crvstal pat'-nt the best llir.t can be had. lour is $100 lteward .$100. The readers of thi Miner i be O'l't li.eased b le.irn that there is at one dreaded disease thrtt science liii liter, able to cure in ll its stages, aini that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh (Mire is the only positive cure known to the medic'j! tratern'ty. Catarrh being a cons'itutionnl disease, reiiiires a eon. stitutional treatment. Hall's Catatrh Cure is taken internally, acting direct ly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system, thereov destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength h- ntlding n p the eonHlni n and assisting nature in d-- ing its work. The proprietors have so much t'ni'h in it-i' cnra'i"e powers, that they oiler One 1 1 n ml r! JMIarsior any case that it fsils to , cure. S?nd for list of testimonials. Address.. F. J. CHENEY -A Co, .' Toledo, 0. HjrSold by Ir n agists, 7.V. NOTIf'E. I desire my friends .and patrons to know that my connection with the Star w ill in no vise interfere with my business as Notary Public or aiv law rractice. Those who wish to see tue professionally or on Notary Public bussmess, will find ...... .1- . C CT! ... N me at thi S;ar office. C. M. Brooke TGVVri AND COUNTY. Tin- report of tl.e Tmcl.ers Institute ' in to. late f.r j i;l.:icsit:..n this we k. but will I e in the next issue. I'M-al attention is ;nid all Koscius ko people w lei stop at the ('itv Hotel w 'hey have occasion to go through I !:int- (iet oil' on tbedejot si-Ie. !ev. Bold. Ilily has kindly eonsented to preach at the Presbyterian church n'xt Suu,hay at 11 o'clock a m and 8 p "' T"e public are cor.Iially invited to l,e in attendance, v,,Tlm, T, , -".'iiyjr.. 11 me parry rrom Ki ev ,,. , . 1 :, J I who sent us an article for publi- . , ... , , I cation this week will send us his name )! , i .. publish )t iu our next issue ti i It is positively against tlie rule of all P , , . limit i.tn.1 ne spajieis 10 pumisn any article unless the name of the author day School work. We hope all who heard hi:n were benefitted. He is en gaged iu a noble work for the good of the youth of our st ite and should l e encoured therein. Those of oi r readers who enjoy a good, religious article will take pleas- ure ih reading one on the inside of this ; jeci, oeiieving as we no it. at it will lie appreciate', ny a large nuniner ot our reaoers. Mr. F S DuBard has bought. him a deliveiy w;.gi, , umI will deliver goods. ti. be has ;fiwas done, to j anv part of the t it v. Mrs. A h lord, wife of .Mr J ' Ah fn',di il nt her home near )ossviie la-t 'I uesday night at 2 o'clock alter a pintrneted illness. M.e was about tk) ea' r of age and has many )ears been a consistant member of the Kosciusko Pre.I'V'eM'in church. She leaves a husband and lour children to mourn her death. Her fyneral was preached i Ht tl,e Presbyterian church Thursday at 10 o'clock by Bev. J H Alexander and her remains interred at the Kosciusko cemetery immediately afterwards. The Star extends sympathy to the bereaved famiiv and relatives. IIEr. At his residence three miles east of Kosciusko, Sunday evening, Aug. 18-, after an illness of several weeks, Dr. I A Herring. Dr. Herrinj; was about seventy-lour yem old at his death and had been a resi.ler.t of At tala county for over forty-five years and had dnrin that time been a mem ber of th Presbyterian church at this place. He has been twice married, his first wife was a Miss McKee, a sister of the late Mrs, Allen Dooil and his h.t wife who survives him was Miss Susan deek, sister of the late Capt. W E Meek. Dr. Herring was a good christian gentbman and will be great! r missed in tliiscoiomunity. WVfxtend , j,js yr'ef stricken family our deepest M-n.puthy. lr. Alexander, hisold pas- '"r 1,1,(1 '-"en.i. piea-lieu ins turneal in the J'e.-byteriau church list Monday af;er which he was buried in the city cemeterv. See Har. ev it Iiohv's new ine pocket knives aril razors before putehaMrig elsewhere. We regret to learn of th" death of the death of l'.nla T. the little daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. L J Doty, which sad event occurred at the home of the par ents near Doty Springs on the li!th of I this month. To the grief stricken par ents, who have our sympathy, e com mend to them the careful reading of an article in tins issue, entitled "The Beatitude of Sorrw," wherein thev will rind comfort for their troubled hearts. At the Neshoba county fair held at Dixon last week, three of Attal.i's citi zens carried off live prizes. P T Steph ens for the fas'est trotting horse, his horse having made a mile iu '). D L Brown for the nest saddle animal j and (i W Joiimeav as best male rider, j Mr. McCoy was also present, says that the fair was a greui success in every j particular. What is the reason Attala eouutr cannot get up a la:r next year? Let a urrted rlorr be mad- in that di-1 r ction bv county and town and success j is assure. I. i All our Iometi" (tingli'iMis it .V. French and Zpher at I 2. i Hig stock, beautiful d.-signs, tmit be sold give room tor our hand- 4'.. II .......1. foiue i:ui fioviv. W. B. Potta Co. For State Land Coinm jjiier. K. II. COMI-QT. For Iitri-i Attornev, W. S. HILL. Tli Nineteenth Century Tennyson, the sut ject of o ;r last program, wa so thoroughly interest ing, it seemed, that each member was wholly inspired with her duty imposed, and it is with pleasure we compliment each one upon her performance. Mlss.es Young, Armistead and Whyte deserve special mention for their good papers of "Knld," "Elaine," and "Guinevere Miss VVhyte's song of "Elaine" was beautiful, and so nicely rendered. We have recently elected new officers in our club, am) although we dislike to give up the old ones, we gladly wel come the new. Our new president is Mrs. S E W Boby; vice-president, Mrs. Dodd; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. At kinson. Weceet again at Mrs. S L Dodd's, and the following is our program: BY BAN A I" nniNODN. Besponses by the Club (Quotations from By ran. His Biography Mrs. I.indamood. Song, "Maud of At!. ens" Misses Whyte and Boswcll, Iiscussion Are L ira Byron's writ ings moral in their tendency? Allirmative Mrs. Boyd, Negative Mrs. Mills. Song to Thomas Moore Misses Arm istead. Recitation from Childe Harold, "The Battle of Water'""" Mi Fv'-er. Each member viiio L- not oa duty in the program h" expected to g?ve an item of inti-i-i-st from current e e-.is. The Qfcjr Has worked for the 'iphtoldinjr, of Kosciusko and Attala county Since its consolidation with th Messenger it ha given the people more reading matter for $1.."0 than both papers did for i3.00. It has given th business n:en as good an advertising medi um as they had in boili the Stau and Messenger for half the price. It has given the people a pa per that is ti credit to the town and county, and is rec ognized as one of the lending papers of the State. It h."s enl (lged its (.;TL" until ii is nir,:i'. to ai.y (lein.ind of the people (an print any thing h'oin ti to:ty-page !:nvs. juiper to a vi-iting card. Its job otiice i- surpassed by noun in the State. What it wants is what it mer its a liberal support and proposes to have it, if honesty, liberality and energy tunounta to aught. Thev Al, IM-ais; it. Bev. C. S. o.v-t,s. pist .r M. K. Church, lireein-ille (i.t., savs: "I tae very great nleaori- in recoinnietiding to the public Kings Royal tJetmaiure. I have been uing it at times for three years for Dy-.pi'.'ia and Nervousness with the most giaf.fyina resiiits. It is due this won lei fnl in." briii.- to s;iv t hat. I ha'e known a number of ministers and others who have taken it, ami so far as I now remember they a ! sp-ak of its curative and M.reiig-heniiig ell'.Tls with unstinted pra;. No one who buys it and uses ;t us dir-cted f.r the troubles tor hu h it ii recommended will exchange it for anv other medi cine." New package, large bo't'e 108 doses, $ 1 . Tor sale by Harvey Oi; iloi-v. Cure f..' )In ol;l lm. A a remedy !' r a' f-rns "t'l eid- I !! I . acne raeci r;c i. iters .is ,rove.t ;n ne tlie very best. Itetl 'i's a te' uianeiit. CVire and the most dreii.ie.'l hil.lMul sick headaches v:e' 1 to itsiiiiliu.ro. In eases ot habitual c nis'ipation KUh' trie titt's cures by giving the icede.', lone to tiie ho'.yeis, and few cases ifii resist the use of tins mei!;ciiie, Largtj, bottles only ,");) cents at lUrvey A Ru by's drugstore.