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We are not Extravagant In our statements. You make no mistake when vnn natronize us. Our goods are right and our prices aie right. We Guarantee Everything we sell to be as pure as money can buy Serious Business This preparing medicine for the sick. We are caretul. The largest turnip way be brought in as late as Dec. Zi. Remember that school satchels. We have them. Loaded Down With good Things To Eat. A 1 apples, uranecs, Bannanas, Raisens, Nuts, Grapes, And all U-inilc of fritif-c Krtiirttif the best markets they are fine and always on exhibition. Besides we have all the staple and fancy gro- (-cues uiai can ie iounu in any market. Fresh lot of Flour Armour's Boneless ham Star Hams Breakfast Bacon I n B n m 1 will soon be open and I'lfKlO HOOT. I'Min you will need books tab- p, Smnl'IMi Mont lets, JUncn uasneio uuu j --v-.jv. , uj.iunvu - v ti ia hverything put away down in price. L. B. lloscntlial. We want and appreciate your trade. Crowder & Edmunds. Druggists. : B2 r TTAIX SWEEXY, U. S. A. t:.,.. Pol savs: Shiloh's Ca- Urrh Itemedy ia the Urst mwlu-ice I Ee ever found that would do me any Forlakfby Harvey & TCoby. TOWN AND COUNTY. Last Wednesday marked an impor tant event in tlie social circles of this place, when . Miss Annie Boyd wis quietly married toj Mr. A G Jones, of Norfolk, Va., Rev. J II Alexander offi ciatin". Immediately after the cere mony the younc couple left for the At- lauta Exposition, from where tiiey will go to their future home in Norfolk, Va. Miss Annie is the beautiful .laughter of Mrs. Alice Boyd, of this place, a granddaughter of Hon. Jasoj Niiee, de ceased, and a neice of Federal Judjre II C Niles. Her superior accomplish ments and literary attainments are recognized bv all. In her Mr. Jones has cantured a jewel and we congratu late him on his success. We have seen the doll that will be given away I with Hrvey & Robv's Xmas (roods, It is a thing of magnitude beauty and value. It is somethins over 4 feet hih, as Mr. Harvey says nearly as tall as some ot Kosciusko's society ladies but not Quite as pretty. Prof. M F Williams, ot Sallis, spent last Sat.irday in Kosciusko. Hat r.rn. Thev can it vou ill) in a nice, stylish and r obby hat very cheap. W M Peeler, one of Boat -Vs Demo cratic leaders, was on our streets last Saturday. BEAT .". There will be a meeting next Saturday night at the John Henry Sullivant club at Smyrna Schoo! House. Hons. A. A. Armistead and Wiley Sanders have been in vited and will address them. Ev erybody invited to come out and see how Populism looks when the Search flights ot Democracy 13 thrown on it. The following names have been added lo the club: J ft McAdams, II M Therrell, J I) Journey. Don't spend all your money at the show, but buy an overcoat at V. B. Potts Co. I wish for myself and family to express to the good people of Kos ciusko sincere thanks for their kindness to us in our recent severe affliction. To nhvsicians and nurses and visiting friends, and es pecially to the families who enter tained Mrs. Mecklin, I wish to of obhga- To the t'liurchet of the KokiIukUo A spo liation. There will be a meeting of the Executive Uoard of the Associa tion in the Daptist church at Kos ciusko, December 2nd 1895 at 10 o'clock a. m. All churches desir ing aid for support of pastors must make application at that meeting, and state definitelv wlmt salarv the church proposes to pay its pas tor, and how much they want it supplemented, Every pastor in the Association is cordially invited to meet with the Board at that time to confer about the work, By order of the Board. J. V. BROWN, Sec'ry Pro Tem. foix'h Balsam will cure yon and no mistake about it. For sale by Crowder & Edmunds. H Troubled With Rheumatism Keiul this. Annapolis, Md , Apr 1M&54-1 "n nil Chamberlain's Pain Balm for or, i fmin. it to he all that is cl umeVl for it" I believe it to be the ,Pgt .-reparation for rheumatism and l,ep sealed muscular pains on he market nd cheerfullv recommend it to Se mibHc Jno. G Brooks,, dealer in boots, shoes, etc. No. 18 Main M. Everv bottle ot Chilton's Chill Tonic is cuaranteed, and is as tasteless as rock candy svrup. oOets. Tor sale by Crowder & Edmunds. Board of Supervisors meet next Mon day. v . Kingling Bros., show n.'xt Wednes day. Gentlemen and ladies diamond set polid told and silver, and filled watches, rhey are cheap enough for anybody. L. S. Smith, Let Ileal 5 continue to make converts fi.r democracy. Rev. II. M. Whitten was a welcome visitor to this ollice last Tuesdav. Call and see the pretty line of calicoes and ginghams jut received at (jilliland Bros. exnress our threat bciisc- ui uuu . ... " . , - hats, hats! go to GiUiland tion. We can not iorget sucn un- 1 , Krrl.-iMi nvi.lpnf r nt n-nod Will. All of you have shown yourselves true brothers in Christ. May his bless ings conic upon you and yours, a nil in vour dav of trial may He raise up kind friends to help you and weep with you. J. A. Mr.cKi.iv. The Hoard adopting the school books for the county adopted all the books formerly used with the exception of Harrington Spellers, which will be evenly exchanged. We have made arrangements with the publisher and have on hand the Harrington Speller, also a full line of school books both for Attala and adjoining counties. Give us a call. a3 the spellers will soon so. First come, first served, lit. 1IABVKY & ROBY. Fire and water proof shoes guar- auteeti at Mr. S.J. Wbyte here this week. Theatre every night House next week. visited his friends at the Opera I would be pleased to have you call and examine and price any thing you may want in the grocery line. Win. Shanks. Rev. J WMc.Eaurin, of New Orleans, ! State Supt. of the American Bible So- ciety, made this office a pleasant call last Monday. p.r. 'n r;;iliin-,d Bros, and call for Chas. lleisers or Hey wood's line shoes for gentlemen. W P PuBard, of Beat 4, called to see us last Monday. See the new umbrellas at W. 15. Potts Co. Mrs. M Simon and Mrs. A Links are tisiting relatives in Jackson this week. 's nork sausajre. Star hams, keg pickles, cream cheese, fresh grits and oat meal at IP CM. m. DnaiiKs. Vol- XKYEB SAW a Trilby heart; its the latest thing in jewelry novelty, solid coin sil ver. It "don't cost anything to look at them. L: S. Smith. M3h 4& t- W L row tier iv full line of ty school 5. Webster for free. B. Potts Co. will have n ,V' ' ( 1 1 vi n n nc looks u.-ed by the coun Tliey will exchange. Harrington's speller Ei Examine our mammoth stock of clothing before buying elsewhere. We can interest you in prices and quality of goods. (Iilliland Bros. J. Niles Boyd H. W. Jackson Thanks We desire to express our thanks to the public generally for the liberal patronage they have given us ahd alsd to notify them of the arrival of several Car loads Flour, One Car Candy, " Salt and several car loads of the best GEOCEEIES. that can be bought. Tobacco all kinds and all prices. We by cheap and sell cheap. We say with the Greatest respect that you ar blind to your interest if y-u don't investigate" our prices before you buy. We give Memphis prices . on wholesale bills and save you the freiarht. This is no idle talk, but i plain facts. We want your business noil, are offering inducements for it. Come and nee us. Ladies sterling silver hair pins and belt buckles; they are beau ties. Come and look at thorn. L. S. Smith. Dr. G E West left for Atlanta to fin ish bis dental course. Fresh California raisins at W B Potts Co. Mr. Mabrv. of Macon, was a visitor to the citv this week. Don't forget the election next Tues day. Col. C M Brooke was a) pointed del egate and it taking in Synod at Crystal Springs this week, Kev. J H Alexander is attending Synod at Crystal Springs this week. All kinds frebh can goods, cakes ' W. B. Potts Co All narties desiring to put in their guess for the Star's gold must have theru in by Saturday evening. Messrs. W J and Terrell 15rou were in H . itv Monday to hear the next Governor of Mississippi address the people. Solid gold wedding rings fiom i U' bmiiht them to sell 91 UL- " f - .. I them down to sell ll,.,ll L. S. Smith. Clarence McMillan has returned to Washington much improved in health. We have been requested to announce ... i, r.Qr,rin nf Sallis that Mr. Sid j (Jv.'i'v Williams wonkl preach to them at 11 tl leturn to Kos- j f ivin. ciusko that night. Master Frank Hudson has returned from California. v rent S'I'ak: Permit me to sav throu yourcolums to the preachers of the Kosciusko and adjacent asso tions, that a ".Preacher's Institute will be held at New Hope Church, about eight miles East of Koscius ko, and live miles from Ethel, At tala county, beginning luesday, the 19th of November, and contin ueing three or four days. All nronr W are invited to attend. i" . .... , , -.1. Everybody will be provided wun a home. H. M. Whitten. Smyrna, Miss. Seethe handsome new capes and JnfdioU t.bft latest, at J ' WW Pntts Cn. The latest in Auburn Crusher h ! Hats at Y. B. Pott Co. Fresh oysters served fried, stew ed, raw or sent to houses. W. Y. Glazier. I have a large and well selected stock of tobacco, and can suit ycu in both nrice and oualitv. Win.' Slinks. 1 0. fmm The Club assembled at Mrs. Sting lev's Oct. 23, 4 pm, 1895. Responses n mil call. Quotations on woman. Minn tpfl rnad and adopted. Program parried out in a discussion cn '-Shakes peare's Prominent Women." First on ti. lit was "Onheha," by Miss Webb; i,i,t.m account of her absence it was muta,i PharacteriBiics of Lady Mc VI 111 l kV-V " Mv (lifiouflRpd bv Mrs. John ULHU v , Smith. Mrs, Coleman was also auseni 1 ,j oauueio but she sent in an interesting article b L Willi? Editor Star: ' , You can add the lollowing names to the T, S. Proctor club at Rocky Point: JJCralt ttAuujwu Isaac Musselwhiie J M weeKR J N Week? CW Guyton J W Guvton J A Weeks John Weeks Henry Miner I M Ellard J Q Pal'?er John Hambrick E T Fleming Dr. E Y Fleming A R Weeks J L Cummins Daniel Musseiwnite W A Hudson W A Campbell W II Wood Mathan Murff Webb Singleton Ben Johnson Jim tarter W M Palmer Dealer in all kinds of IH on Portia, whoso character is rea'ized p r-m-'" in tte Sew Woman, wtucn a? rc-au u, , , .. null. Mr.. Do. (1 substituteu inn . .urs. :uuia. " , . . .,. l.l.nVpts ie ttne Miss Brown on Literary oraM feC nn-pprnin Woman; a very instructive line eu uiu6 article Mrs. Niles gave in the origin oi .,.nvraumn "i mar- tlie quesuon, ui cimvo.j. , rin.TB a failure. Alter nuicii iuc !'- . Z?wa r ported and received for the You can get an eight gram t- u i,.u ,.rontofl 1 vears for Si.io. I'ointed Me8(UmB DikUI, C.der bid joa .ver he., of .uch a UgV Call on him for Quality, Quantity and Low Prices. Mr. Syd White spent several days in the city nccntly. ntlemen and ladies solid gold. en... I ..,! iduitHd watch chuUiS. If vou wntit someu.iiii: i.retty on mM" I.. S. Sa.ith. Mr W. W. Lo rn f prominent Tisitor to the city tub wot k n...io i.nt announciuu the ap proacbing marriage of HmUI D. Palmer to niss wio rk. D lived In tins county uu- .:ii,-lft. for Arnausari j--- un ui finf char : lla u a VilUdU " 1UIV. . . . ...... . . i a ur i n to siave iuv " . . ii i i.i,md hiah iu tne is tlointr wtiii ni. - community in which lie ..ves. NOTICE. Kel- i.. c.,. nntpc nr noen accounts, are requested to can aim Very truly, C. C. KELLY. t..i,. nmnmittee for the succeed U ttt &DVU " After the usual ttisinou i.m of hooks, motion was made and carried to adjourn, agreeing to meet at Mr. Armistead's Tliuraaay. jmov. , o v in, instead of Wednesday. PltOGRAM. Responses Quotations from Thomas once lUUlllV. . I rils Bioitraphv-Miss Bettie W nyte. n-i 2m Music (Worus uy r-t u,Air ir. Annie inotoryui. - tnr iho win- Harvey. 1 M pu - " .. nf: fi.iffAd i .a .tirtn win uucn j 1 . . . re ,, -.. rR,ic Contracts tor Solo, -T.8 tne i.a.ti ov. . , - . , h -An. Etta mum. m "" . , ,.,, "----. ... n.. I , rtirtr-( teachers on tne Family in Pans miss .ury anu !.. J tr. t ir.,.l0 Qnnt of Ld. 1. I. 1 unnii -- Tliero are none no I ml iih tliose who Will not S-e If Ml A 1 you are nearsighted; If your vision defective; ii If you need a pair of masses, FepU Your SimeV. COLD AND WET. You need a Mackintosu to keep vou dry and .arm. They are "cheap Ul W. B. Pott. Ce. Koouik t HSent. .... t ...1 Iuiaiiq n! un 1 Wl Keel) OU IiaiUJ aiTT .v... :..: nn.n tv ?f cotton-eec aua u... -m. and feather bed8 and will sen ai toe lun cow " ' .... .k-m Kv nnnlv na to nil nri un n k. t Mrs. Martha Mitcbeli prices. 4t J. L. Hammond. ft i i Call at Dr. E. C. COLEMAN'S Drugstore Ami you ciin bo tteil o per-fartiou ! . 1 IS ft ft ft ?