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Ynu when Our Ve are not fertravagairt In our statements, make no mistake ,.aii natronize us, goods are right and our prices aie right. We Guarantee Vvprvthinz we sell to be as pure as money can buy various Business This preparing medicine for the carelul. We are kfl-n 111' crest turnip tay be brought in Us late as v. Remember that school will soon b open and vou will need books, tab lets, lunch baskets and satchels. We have them. be want and appreciate k-our trace. Crowder & Edmunds. Loaded Down With good Things To Eat. Apples, Oranges, Bannanas, Raisens, Nuts, Grapes, And all kinds of fruits, bought of uic uL-bi marwets tney are line ana always on exhibition. Besides we have all the staple and fancy gro ceries that can be found in any market. Fresh lot of Flour Armour's Boneless 1mm Star Hams Breakfast Bacon Fickle Beef. Cream Cheese, Smoked Meat. . Everything put away down in price. L. B. Rosenthal. Druggists. There will be a called meeting of Central Mississippi Presbytery held in the Presbyterian church in this place nest Wednesday at 10:.';0 o'clock a. n ., for the purpose of perfecting the call to Dr. J A Mecklin to become pastor of that church. He will at the same time be installed as pastor, and the congre gation of that church are urgently re quested to attend. The public gener ally are cordially invited to be present, as the services will be interesting as well as instructive. Fresh oysters served fried, stew ed, raw or sent to houses. W. W. Glazier. Eev. C C Gaddy and family left here last Wednesday for Martinville, Texas. where they will in the future reside. We regret to part with such citizens. Mr. Gaddy is a good citizen, a true man of God, his wife a true christian woman and his children are following iu their lootstens, and we cheei fully commend them to the full confidence of the community in which they have cast their lot. Mr. Homer, the eldest son of Mr. Gaddy, will remain here un til sometime in December. HYMENEAL. TOWN AND COUNTY. CAPTAIN SWEENY, U. S. A. ..-r!ffn. Cab. eavf: Shiloh's Ca tarrh Remedy is the first medicire 1 itarru 1 , , t ...m.i.i .i.i me am. I200U. T .... .i f. -Pl,v por saie oy mmcv v. iCo"li Balsam will cure you and no aWake about it. Eora!e by Crowder IJiEduiuuus. nest Family Medicine. I., r, 17 linird. Ala., says, May Mr. v. h,i, rum Cutni'. Ilfith l-y. 1 was nuu"'"p IT&hin the neau ku ; , Bni' Uoyal Germetuer e keep all I the t me, ana ueuee w.wn ... . tlvmedicinthereis on the market todav." Uermeiuer suns 2V . n S. IrUo pleasant to take that all Ilk? U. , " . 4l.n.l,-..aot It is so harmless uiaiw kbe and most delicate invalids are ai- iivi said in usiiij; i. , It cares when all else aus. r age largo bottles. 106 doses, 1. to. sale by Harvey & Koby. J.Niles Boyd Ti .H.W.Jackson hanks We desire to express our thanks to the public generally tor the liberal patronage they have given lis and also to notify them of the arrival of several Car loads Flour, One Car Candy, Salt and several car loads of the best BEOCKBIES that can he bought. Tobacco all kinds,and all price?. We by cheap and sell cheap. We sav with the Greatest respect that you are blind to your interest if you don't investigate our prices before "you buy. We crive Memphis prices on wholesale bill md" save vou the freight. This "is no idle talk, but plain facts. We want your business smd are offering inducements for it. Come and see us. Show at the opera bouse even- night next week. The Sheriff hit the blind tigers a lick yesterday. Mr. George McMillan was a recent visitor to the city. Master Tom Williams, of Purant, was a visitor to the city last Sunday. 'Mr. GR Edwards, ofMeCool was a visitor to the city recently. Mr. John H. Brown, of fallis, called to see us last Monday. Pr. J G Sallis, of Sallis, spent a day or two in our city this week. Our good friend V .1 Brown, of Sallis was on our Etroets last Monday. Miss Willie Allen is the guest of "drs. Niles this week. Mr. John Ray was a prominent visi tor to the citv Monday. Gentlemen and ladies diamond set solid gold and silver, and filled watches. They are cheap enough for anvbodv. L. S. Smith. Miss Harper, of Tchnla. is visiting Mi. and Mrs. Tom Campbell this week. Mr. B. F. Hay, of Ethel, wascirculat in" with his friends iu the city Monday Ladies will find Cream of Lilly for the complexion at Brumby's Druqr store. Mr. W. A. Gamble, traveling agent of the Memphis Commercial Appeal was in our city last Wednesday. tt; n.-mnr Mnvor Townsend. of Ackerman, spent last Wednesday in our citv Miss Maggie Earth, of Dnrant, has neen i" the city this week attending the protracted meeting. Nearly everybody and every thing were here to witness the great Ri Hiding Bros, show Wednesday. If there were anybody in Durant, Sallis, Ethel, McCool, Weir or Acker man last Wednesday we would like to have their names. See the handsome new capes aud iaceets, the latest, at , ! I oil? vu. w v T?ilPT Abetter known here as Bud Riley) the efficient postmaster of . , a n-1inniA visitor on AcKennau n - . . t- M'rt.loailo V our sueeis ihsv mcu'. Mr. Chas. Dicken and wife and i j,iai.omn over iroui i'i"v " u;tiri' if i ...... - l,Pr Rev. Sid UiiaruB preach. Miss Yanhoover, after a few weeks' . .i i. .t onH Afr. Bovd, left let yisu v - , . i ... tak,. char-re of a school at r rmny w ir.KvnrJs. i ira Towns, ranch to the re gr;t of their many frien.b, left the city Ladies sterling silver hair pins and belt buckles: they are beau ties. Come and look at thc-m. L. S. Smith. Charlton M. Clark, another true and tried yo.uig Attala Democrat, left lis business in New Orleans, and came home to vote last Tuesday. Such young men aw the hope ot the country. Mew crop sugar house molasses at W. B. Potis Co. List of letters remaining in the post office at Kosciusko for the week ending Nov. (i: Messrs. E M Byrd, J aid; Muuson, Layfayeite Pierce, Clay Tay lor, Miss Beatrice Halfacre. See our line cl cent's underwear. B. rotts Co. Joe Siuavt Kills Jack Scott. I Editor Star: The social event of which Mc Cool has been whispering for weeks, and which transpired in the Methodist churcn at one o ciock, r in. Orr. 30th. was the r.iarriace of Mr. AY. C. Smith to Miss Stella Barron, the Rev. YA . C.Lester officiating. The attendants were Miss Bessie O'Brien, of Starkviile, with Mr. Eugene Smith, brother of the groom, and Miss Maude Hurt, of Sturgess, with Mr. E. Carr, of McCool: Messrs. Bruce Edwards of McCool, and 1. Thomas Tom- linson of Sturcres, acting in the capacity of ushers. The ceremony was beautiful and impressive, and was witnessed by a large audience, composed of the relatives and friends of the bride and groom. The bridal party en I tered the church and retired from it to the step of Mendelssohn s beautiful wedding march, fault lessly rendered by Mrs. Elmer A. Smith, who played "Annie Laurie" very softly while the ceremony was being performed. The bride wore an exquisite dress of changeable silk, pink and green, with hat to match; the bride's-maids' costumes were of tan cashmere trimmed in silk with hats to match; the attendants and ushers wore gloves to match the bride's dress. The sylph-like beauty of the bride, complemented by the dark magnificence of Miss CVF.n'on on her riiiht was in no wise less augmented by the quiet loveliness of Miss Hurt, who stood at her left. The decorations, superintended by Mrs. Dr. Hughston. were very nrettv and verv tastily arranged, suggesting in every particular tne touch of an artist's hand. The bride-groom, who is a na tive of Attala, has for several Don't spend all your money at the Miow, but buv an overcoat at W. B. Potts Co. " The Board adopting the school hooks for the eountv adopted all the books formerly used with the exception oi Harrington spellers, hhichwillbe 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 ub a call. a3 the spellers will soon go. First come, first served. Gt. HARVEY & ROBY. Fire and water proof shoes guar anteed at W. B. Potts Co. l?oom to Rent. Young men desiring nice com fortable rooms and feather beds can secure them by applying to Mrs. Martha Mitchell. See the new umbrellas at W. B. Potts Co. Tml Your Moii-'. I will keep on hand always plen ty of cotton seed meal aud hulls, and will sell at the lowest market prices. 4t J. L. Hammond. The best tiling for skill aad blond i Chilton's compound extract of Sara parilla and Iodide of Potash. For sale by Crowder & Edmunds, oOcts. COLD AND WET. in rllf. You need a Mackintosh to you dry and war. cheait at W keen i. They are B. Potts Co. At Midway voting precinct T i1.-i rnnn 1vcm-.- vHiik; -- j j ficulty arose between Joe otuart and Jack Scott resulting in the death of the latter. It appears that that there had family trouble between the two men for some time, anu last Tuesday they met and Stuart demanded a retraction of some, tbincf Scott had said. Scott made no reply but pulled his pistol and snapped it three times at siuari, when the latter nreu several mucs killing Scott instantly. The latest Hats at in Auburn Crusher W. B. rotts Co. Key. Sid Williams. llk.J II I . s IrM til Thn ineotine which has been in progress since last Saturday week at the Baptist church here under the guidance of the above named gentleman, has been an exceeding ly interesting and profitable one. there has been accessions to the church, and a good many persons are showing a deep interest for the welfare of their souls, in auc tion to the spiritual good that Mr. tT:ii:.n i.nc- . nnti tnr nur :uu., ie has succeeded by Ins earnest appeals to the people in paying off the debt ot neany -w' was hanging over the Haptist church. . , At bis earnest appeal last sun- day night, our peoide regardless nf denominations ncuiy iuu ,i : minutes tnouofh money 411UIUjU.. .... .. t- r,,hcrri iw rn in uiu.uc uii. Wilis auuawi'" 1 Mr. Williams is an earnest rt- . cnmetimes eiuquvin vein, oiiu - . . ; fnllv imbued witn work of his master, and our people will ever be grateful to him tor me rrood work he has done here. Mr Brown who travels with and leads the choir for Mr. Williams, by his beautiful and pathetic sing ing adds very greatly to the inter est of the meeting. years been an efficient and suc fnl railroad official: and at i ... .... i present owns a targe nueicM i.i , one of the most ilourisumg tuisi ness hctnes of McCool. He is a man calculated to win the icspcct. the esteem, and the admiration of all with whom he is associated. The bride, though a resident of Mc I Cool, owes allegiance to Oktibbe- Un .lini'inf removed from btur'is iiti) -jit.. . ...r, - in that county with her aunt, Mrs. I J as. Tomlinson, a little more than twelve months ago. She is just budding into the bloom of woman hood, and in addition to her nu merous charms of person, is pos sessed of many graces ot mmu ana much benevolence ot soul. v.rul! tbp bride and the trrocm X-J U Hi .lw ...... v. have a host of friends who join your correspondent in wishing for them that their future maybe cloudless. The happy couple lytt i -r at, .ni-,; :,(! tiu-ir br.d- dl U11U ua . al toi r. D. C H. s Dealer in all kinds of Call on him for Quality, Quantity and Low Prices. u. in.-o coon thi kcA that M'lil he rr.en away with Hrvey cc Rol.y'sXmis goods, It is a thin of magnitude beauty and value. It l is sonietnuig over -t ira Mr. Harvey says nearly as ta.i as n.ies Ti'.ere urt noi:e so in l a t'.in-e who Vt'i'.i iui See some ot Kosciusko's society but not quite as pretty. r.ntlpmen and ladies solid gold, V V i 1 V v p. n . i .,,,.1 lUUciI nt eh chains, li you want something pretty call on inc. .., L. S1. bmitti. Solid gold wedding rings fiom SI up. We bought them to sell and marked them down to sell them. . ... .., L. . Mrutn. All kinds fresh can goods, cakes etc, at . i. rims v" Fresh California raisins at W B Potts Co. The W. B. Pottf Co. is the place 0f vn:ir i anKCtS -Uie i.ue line ever brought to tins city. HERE, STOP! it v ft If ,I;ia week to make their future home iu untr V allev. Crowded lvlmundswi nave a full hue of books useu oy wr IUU line " ovnlionae tv school', iney Va,sterfor Harrington's speller free. Caot J P M'lls camo all the way from McCond, City to vote the straight ;,.L-ot and 01 cuuiw lieuioarauu . -- , . . . . u.. tn CPU h a wu UV1 There is no alloy in Capt. JUlU U.m Cotton Keport. By wagon, Bv rail, By wagon, By tail, NOV. 3. 1894. 1895 5551 2066 6000 2271 It iii ft i;t ft J. If you are near sighted; vour vision defective; ft 1 i c -A IS fi If vou need a of glasses, pair 11 1 Call at Dr. E. C. COLEMAN'S Drugstore Every bottle ot Chilton's Clnll Tonic U ?unteed,and.i a9 taelew m rock candy syrup. 50cU. For sale b Crondr A Edmunds. You can get an eight day walnut clock guaranteed '1 years tor -..,. Did vou ever heai ot sucn a L. S. Smith. IOTIC'K. Those that are owing C. C. Kel ly Store, notes or open account, are requested to ceil and settle at once. , ery truly, n. 1 2m C. C. KELLY. And jo:i can be Wttl to per fection... ft ft i AU E-'Wramor.d It. Ai-k vour physician, your drut, a,-.d vour friend about Slnlob 0 t ure for Consumption. They ull recoai uicnd it. Trunks cheap and tine, larga and small at W B. Potts Co. ocracy.