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AHAM & CO Capes Capes Capes Still thev are coming Fitth order of plush Capes just received. Elegant plush Capes trimmed with Thibet fur at $5.50. In all wool Henriettas 44 inches wide, only 25 cents a yard, regular price 60 cents. ancy worsted worth 35 cents, our price now, 10-5 cents. SPECIAL DBIYE 1 Ladies Union Suits big Bargains at (2 1-2 Cents. A New lot of Children's Suits from 3 years old up at unheard of Blankets Low Prices. Blankets Blankets S, Abraham k Company. in. We ji I tilt- lit (' ;:i the eon; in i: the wav Will be ' ie ami th mide -1 ,etiie 111 WclCOlll uf prosperity and In ;t short while tuvs:-;on will have hearts hi us all I ilMV irroivrit moved in v entire .stock of t. H. Jackson's old stand mi the Wot Side, and wi'h inef'-ased -tuck will lie able to lit n;v patrons. in i , i 1 an A GALLANT M ISSLSSI I'lM AN. and a sends which 31 v Stork is Entirely FitsIi rnd ; i t ijr viiu;;; in the hn.-iness rii't i x i t i 1 1 -r to cuiistant !y in (":! in y p itre.na'."-. 1 cannot :;i!"i'd to i!o otherwise I, tit give the l,,.-t dii'ls at the iowot prices. pt ia3 Sra:i! of Hour, Thv llvt t'ofSVc hcajst r tirade f oflVo, Vt'v Sital Lard, t-iv i'ro; Slice. Tobacco by pin", or box. Give us a trial, we want your trade 0. E. Smvthc. KILL-GERM CURES ITCH IN 30 MINUTES. Cures Mange on Dogs. Cures Scratches quicker than any other known remedy. Cures all skin diseases. For sale bv CUOVVPER& EDMUNDS. Lip Gone! 0P$rt Don't Sd Srl ... the Cook "y'':' I ' ' ' .' You tnay have a poor Stove. Kot if it's Kansas City Times. A chat-headed thinker valued friend of the Times the following contribution. it gladly publishes: 'Idle most dangerous divisions which arise in political parties arc; those which result from personal following. There is no extreme to which they mav not go to pro mote their own favorite and com bine against ai opponent. That tendenev is against the. idea of leav ing the choice for oilice entirely to the people as expressed by the ma jority. If Democracy means any thing and stands for anything it is that the voice of the majority shall control. If there has been a time vdien personal preferences and small divisions should be smoth crt d in the interest of the general welfare of Democracy and good government, the present accentu ates it. The capacity of Democracy for applying wise, benehcient and ef fective measures in the adminis tration of the general government is on trial at this time, and it be hooves the people to earnestly see that their public servants are their own choice. In a number of jdhe Democratic States movements are being made to overcome; the people by modern methods and get a substitute in CHARTER OAK, There ere occasional complaints that newspapers are too largo, and not infrequently it is complained there are loo many of them; busy men sav they have no time to red them. " I?ut tlioy are mistaken; they have time to read them if 'hey lead them intelligently, the modern newspaper i made for a large constituency; it is made lor j many men with very diverse inter-! ests, ?ays the New York Journcl of commerce. Certainly no one of them would be justified in reading an entire paper. A paper devotes a page or two to a state convention; for incnv of its mulcts it is the only matter in the paper worth reading; for others even Uie fiend- j lines ar? too much. Jt contains r. i lot of news from up the state of no sort of interest to persons who care' only for foreign or national news, and a lot foreign news of no inter, est to persoiki who read greedily everv line of news about the city I .mil tin. Kiilini'lu Sxivm'tirvr news is the entire paper for some, and others do not even glance at it un less there is an international yacht race on hand, and then they only wish the result. It is with the editorial matter,the market reports and the advertisements as it is vvidi the news matter. Portions in terest one man and other portions interest annother. The art of reading a newspaper consists in reading whi't one has occasion to Know, or what one will find of in terest, and omitting the rest. It Oftentimes the news of the most value'to the muler is not decorated with a display head; it is not lead ing ''news," in a technical sense, and yet it is of considerable value to the person whom it concerns. The truth is that the ramifications of business reach too far, and affect so many interests and so many lo calities, ttiat i man who would keep up with the march of the world must rend judicotisly but a good deal, lie must have papers devoted to general news and panels devoted to special interests, and he must take time to read them; not to read them all through, hut to read them discriminatingly. It will not take so much tune as he now spends in r -ading everything hist, as he pomes across it. but i whatever time it docs take he can alibi- 1 to give it; lie connot afford j ii ;. to give it. A buisness man who, in these times of active com petition, tells us he cannot find time to inform himself daily on the matters that concern his aflairs can succeed in life only by luck or ac cident, for he. has iittle use for brains. X. 0. Picayune. There Is not a more familiar fi,. on the streets of Atlanta than the m whose picture is here shown Evpr. body knows him by sight and it will k! remembered that years ago he be, to wear on his upper lip, just g his nose, a small piece of court ul ter, not larger than a silver half dim!! this plaster he has worn constant ,' though it gradually increased in siz as everybody knows, until it was ll large as a silver dollar: This man i M. M. Nicholson, who resides at th' corner of Anderson and Curran sts ' It was thirty years ago, that he first noticed a tiny scale, like a piece of wheat bran, on his lip. He at first thought it only a fever blister, but it was not long before his checks became diseased and painful to the touch and he soon realized that he had fallen a victim to that most dreadful disease Cancer. It rapidly increased in size and severity, and remembering that his father had cancer when he died and that his uncle also lost his life by this terrible disease, which destroyed his tongue, throat and left eve, Mr Nicholson became thoroughly alarmed' and realized that his condition more than serious. IN SEASON Out of nd eason I 1 A 'J the place of their choice. For in stance, in the State of Mississippi js not a difficult art if one will take k For they can be relied upon to do , .-. ... . Good Work." N. 0. THOMPSON, AGENT, xoscirsKO, - - - miss. Goo (.S Well bought arc Half sold 0 ir facilities for buying can not be surpassed. Our stock of drugs, patent medicines, etc p.je pure, fresh and the best to he had. When you pay more than we fc-k. you pay too much- That is all there is in it. We save our customers money aid they talk it to their neighbors, and it pays us. Our line of sta tionery is the nicest to he seen in the market. Our perfumes re big values. We lead in oils try us. We will con vince you. Buttermilk worth !'):. soap a cake. "tV. K. Brumby A Fact Worth Knowing'. Consumption, halirippe, Pneumonia, and all throat and Lungdiseases are cured bv Shiloh'H (hire II EKE, STOP! You cm get an eight day walnut clock gu irant-ed 2 years for 2.7-". Did vou ever hear of such a thing? r ,i ..1 an active canvass has been on locking to the election of a United States Senator to succeed lion. J. Z. George. It seems to be the held rgainst lion. II, D. Money. If Mr. Money has a ma jority of the instructed votes and leads in the other votes there can i lie no doubt but that lie ought to I be sent to the United States Senate I Tho reputation which Mr. Money j bears is that he has no superior in the State. The press accounts .represent Hon. Josiah Patterson of Tennessee, as having said after 'Ids late speeches in the State on ; the money question, that Mr. Mon i ev was the only man he met on the ; stump down there who gave him any uneasiness. Mr. Money would be the peer of any member of the Senate and would, on account of Ids active public life and long ex perience in the Ilcuse take a high stand there. His fund of information is no less than wonderful, but not more so than his command of language. Mr. Money rendered valuable ser vice in the State on the stump in the canvass immediately preceding the last election of United States Senators, when both Senators George and Walthall were elected. Probably no man in the State did more to down the sub-Treasury scheme and other Populistic theo ries than Mr. Money." The writer of this is a native J Mississippian and lias known Mr. j Money since the boyhood of each, and knows whereof bespeaks when he says that in all that it takes to make an able, honorable, brave and true man, in all the relations of life, the Hon. Hernando D. Money is the peer of any man in Mississippi. Prothcr Mississip pi's, you have no more worthy man to succeed that battle-scarred old Democratic veteran in the 'United States Senate the Hon. ames X. George than the lion. 'Hernando I). Money. ( a little pains. Of course, the eye has to be directed by the mind. Without that direction the eye will go on taking in every column from the top to the bottom of it, and occupying a great deal of time to very little purpose. t With that di rectior. the eye will soon acquire the ability to leep over paragraph, colunis and pages and light upon the things its possessor wishes to see. To ( lie who has ace.uired the art of reading newspapers they are not too large, nor are there too tunny of them, lie is more apt to complain Hint tney are not large enough. ' Thay compress too much the matters he cares especially for. The largest encyclopedia is not too large, for regarding many topics the man who seeks information from it wishes nothing; regarding other topics he desires all the in formation he can get. A news paper is encyclopedic in its charac ter, but necessarily limited in its extent. The man who understands how to read a newspaper, therefore, 18 more hkeljr to wish for more pa-1 pers in order to get moi fully the variety of news lie cares about than to wish for fewer. No buisneaB or professional man can afford to curtail his reading of newspapers on .ines that concern him. It may easily be that he should nave time by omitting the reading of matters that do not con cern or especially interest him, and which lie reads, with some waste of time, rather from a failure to make selections than because he really cares about it. But if a man will read intelligently he can very well afford to read freely. - If he is not wasting iiif time on irrelvant mat ters is making extremely good use of hie time. The man who is con tent with such suggestions of the news of the day us he can snatch from the headlines on his way down town is not well informed, and buisness and professional men caDnot aflcid to be ill-informed. We have just what the people want in the ARDWARE.... It will soon be time to make molasses and the cane mills will soon he in demand. You want the best. We Have the BLUE GRASS 3IILL, Which everybody knows is the best and cheapest. Then yon want an evaporater. We I lave the Superior Kaml-Miidc that will out last the man ufactured two to one. iVe have also a new lot of Library Lam is. Their beauty and cheapness has never been seen in Kos ciusko. Come to us for your f! olden or Black machine oil, or anything else in the hardware line. Tlie Live and Lo L'v.j S ?j How's This. IV II, I 1U f M. M. NICHOLSON. Giving- up entirely his business, he went to Cincinnati and remained for several months under treatment of a celebrated specialist. lie was after wards treated in Elmira, New York, where the cancer was twice removed, but he declares that death was prefer able to such treatment It returned, however, and the disease seemed to be of a most virulent type; the doctors af forded absolutely no relief, the cancer spreading all the time, eating out en tirely the partition in the nose, as well as the upper lip and (rums. "Some months ago," he says, "I be gan to use S. S. S., though I admit with little faith that it could cure me. but to my surprise, a few bottles afforded some relief. Thus encouraged, I de termined to give the medicine a thor ough trial, and it was not long before the progress of the disease seemed checked. I continued the medicine, and remarkable as it may seem. I Mj rurpri rmrl fpol like? I have new life. ' Aintinctlv. for the flesh has betrun to irrow back around my teeth, where it haa been literally eates nwav. S. S. S. is the most wonuenm remedy in the world, and as my condi tion is pretty generally known, every hnrtv will nin-e that the cere is indeed " . ,. O l.nc! a most remarkable one. . c-'veu me a new nolo, on me, b.l.lii a. i iili.wj on.., iuj 2'- maindcr of mv davs." A ..J The above is but one ot many .v i ....l. 1:nlv tuaue vy nidi nauiu tiiiLa v....... cue r'...,.a in v... -niiit ii i' alarni' ingly prevalent, and mamtcsts useii in Ktirli a v.irietv of forms, that ant .,k if ..,-itto-u not how sitia.li which does not readily heal up ana disappear, may well be regarccu ..t.ii r -5il tr-hifUv send to ani address, full accounts oi seciu.. cures fully as remarkable as this ona For real blood troubles, '"1 no equal. It wipes out completely u We offer One Hundred Hollars lie ward for any cane of Catarrh that can not be cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure.! F. J . C II EN K Y & CO., Props., Tole; most obstinate cases of blood diseases do. 0. We the undersized, have which other remedies do not seet i I l niiimmti.. . i i . - i 1. J U ti of 1il rOOt 01 " Kuuwii r , j. cni'uMj i ior iqe last. 10 i ujucu. o. o. o. k1" ent4 years, and believe hhn erfeetly honer- disease, and forces it out Pcr!na" " J able in all buisness transactions and financially able to carry out any obliga tion made by tneir tirui Wht & Traux, Wholesale Drusreists. Toledo, O. Wai.diNc, Kinnan & Mar vin, holesale DruitgiHtnf Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cureis taken ieternally, acting mrecuy upon the blood and mucous Bunaees oi me system, pnee )(!. per ooiiie. .oia oy all Druggists. testimonials iree. With two little children subject to croup we do not rest easy without a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the house, tor the most severe at tacks quickly succumb to a few doses of it. Morrison, Colo., Bud. For sale u u u :.. .. nil relv vefretd O, o. 13 turn j- v . ,f ble, and is a positive and P"1-"'; ! Rheumatism and all traces oi blood. Our valuable books ' mailed free to any address. Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. Swil .1 .. . i vpurH til or inrei ftuiiiiuiini-" .. ci,otorU imra impii stiirvim: the r.ei" ii t ..e u.,ta TneV U a (liai properueH i i. ,-,.'.,. la .....in. . iuri-lv'MriiH. r tiit.'i. ....... . . ... ..U'ti ..i. i. :isi. "i . esi arinevemeufc ' r It. i a cordial that eoistam aire ... l c ....I !j ,1 iliir,iter Ot 11 jrehLK.i lui.u nun i vr. f It is etleetivo in removimi"'"-' ... fo eatinar. and creates an 'M'P at 25 and at) cents per bottle by Harvey fn0,i H,, that uatin becoin-iS a pleasu . pub, thin peoplo become plu'P ' -" -"T -: -:- iieidthv under its use. U arn-.u tor ni leasul 3Ioney to Loan. healthy under its use, wasting of constimptiii'i. tIi.m tmv.ir ima been sut'it a r I ,,f inillli !8''lou U ., I l. 1 lorri i i vuo vu.o v. - - , . r uie iiieimn-u hj maKn lOllllh ta St inknr (jorclUll. I"'" now and request parties who wish will be glad touiva you a I'1'"3 to borrow to call on W B Totts or descriptive of the proom w. .Inn. M Flfitr'lini- , 1 . ,.cl which -- - - v.. i; ii. inn nnriiHM kj.Ii.vi.ii - lirnlllnlu lir.l ir.i.ivtu.a Mint- Oil 1.. ....InHlll.l H H'J" Zx-' n - ' Wlllljll IWIll f X I"