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- I OK MtOWDElt N tiling- No Use to encourage inapleasini: way tlt patronage of their friends. They will give ava 11 Gil MWWiww f standard niakeVlurin? the holidays to some one. They will give you a ticket for every 4J5 cents worth of holiday aooda you purchase. Four of these will entitle you to a whole ticket and you will have a chance at tnis oeauuuu in strument for every one of these you hold. They will have one of the largest and handsomest lines of Holiday Goods ever brought to Kosciusko. Buy your presents from Crow der & Edmunds and get u tine Guitar free. . To trouble yourselves about something tn cook; it there is anything you would like to have, Wove U'ot it We keep all the edibles, staple ami fancy, and you can iut count on it that they are always sold a cheap as the cheapest. Vrcsh Oysters ami pork sausage every day and fish every Wednesday. Count on it and send rue your orders. L. B. Rosenthal. From Mr. H. V. Gregory , of' Beat 5. we learn that on last Sat urday Mr. Jack Barrett, a tenant on his place, while driving a wag on, was in some way thrown from the wa?on and killed, his neck bc in broken. No one was with him and it is not known how it happened, as there was no evidence that the mules had run away. He leaves s wife and tour children who have our deepest sympathy. For nuts, almonds, raisins, fruits, " raoes and everything in this line, come to me. I never have been accused of selling high. L. B. Rosenthal. The many friend' of Capt. C H Foster will' regret to hear of Jiis iluith m Ww Orlfna on Dec. 7th. For many years he was resident of this piuee, and while here mar- ried Miss Zander? wno.se motnei and family reside here now. 1 nr. Star extends sympathy to the be-reaved. Dr. A. ('. Alston and family of Kthel, spent last Friday night in Kosciusko visiting relatives, re turning home Saturday morning. The doctor paid Tin. Star office a pleasant visit while in the city. I have a nice assortment of fruits, nuts, and candies, and will make yeu close prices. Wm. Shanks. Flesh line of Armour's pork sausage at W. B. I'otts Co. 1 Mr. Dan Harris spent several. days in the city this week. See our line of shirts, the latest! thing in colored and plain. W. B. I'otts Co. lion. W. A. Haden made a pro fessional trip to Jackson this week Call on McGuire and have your i nhoto taken with a nice celluloid! ' .Ml finish while trie low price sun lasts. DEC Railroad, 1895, 1894, Cotton Report. 12TH. TOWN AND COUNTY. 440" 3190 bales Wagon, 1895, 1894, 1 1 470 bales 13264 u C IPTAIS SWF.KSY, U. S. A. Diego. Cal.,sav: Shiloh'p Ca tarrh Remedy the iirnt med.ciro 1 have ever iound that would do me .n ?00d" fMby Harvey Itoby. Mr. W. I.. Neal has bought the J. V. Allen residence. Call on W. A. Stingiey for Mack intosh coats, trunks, and shoes. Mis Brownie Hughes, of Sallis, made a short visit to our city this week. Nice photographs make appro priate Xmas presents. can 00 McGuire while the price is so low. Pnnt lohn B. Love, of Sallis, visited our city last Wednesday. Catarrh Cured 1 ..111. OlV0tt breath restored Hhiloh's Catarrh Itemed). Nasal injector tree. by Price 50c, J. Niles Boyd .H.W.Jackson Xmas E is the time for feasting and tdeasure and we are prepared to furnish both to those' to those who are inclined to favor us with their patronage. .vervthing to Eat Don't etop to think whether we have it or not. I. ft your wants he known to us and it will be lnrmshed. Fruit Cake Material, Huch as currents, seedless raisins, citron, epiccs, etc., are the freshest. Fire Works of everv variety and description. Bought in large quantities aud ia liroportionately cheap. Notice, Merchants! We have juat received: 3 Carload fHour, ' ..k Annie I ofCoteanww U of Salt J " f Candy and round lota of Caoned meats. Canood fruits, Armoufa Ham?, . Breakfast bacon, f u Mince meat, , . -n u in iob lot t Memphis w"0" 1 savin our customer the freight. Come to we u. Vrfrmr- nilK. Of Candv SO tO L V ....... 1 Win. Shanks. 1 I Smrhorourrh. of IV . J . . Southeast Mississippi, is in tae city this week visiting relatives. W. A. Stingiey is selling hats at cost to make room ict a in-line of Christmas goods. Give him a call. We had a pleasant call last Wed- from our friend. . J- Owen', of Sallis neighborhood. r,..r n nu-.. hat co to GiUiland Bros. We were glad to meet on our streets this week our old-time friend, L. L. Carnes. You want things for Xmas. t than I want come UU V around and we will be sti to to trade. L. B. Rosenthal. Prof J. M. Dailev, of Ehcnczer. was a welcome caller at our ofhco I last week. Kvi.rv tliincr in silverware at A. - 7 C7 (). Thorn pfon. Mr. T. W. Bridges, 01 I -cat 2. , was an appreciated visitor to this office last Saturday. We had an acre able call from t, 1 M. Ellington, of L'.t-at 4 last week. Mrs. Towns, of Jefferson county, who came here a short time ago 10 ..;; hr brother-in-law, Mr. John 1 rflntives in the Ki lev, ami um. - ., countv, returned home last I riday. If your shoe? rip, come and mpnded free. J. M. Chesnutt. frs T. N. Khvmes and chii dr left last week for Lou.siana, to visit Mrs. Khyme,' mother. Ifvouwant a present for your 11 . ....i,ur u sier. brother eweethenri. m..w.. - . n or any body, we've TKnmneon. tr I H. Harmon and nepnt", i"1, . . r ti.t . were Mr Know cs, 01 1 peasant and agreeable callers at our ofiicc this week. Y A. Stingiey has the cheapest and Priest line of dress goods in ?own. Selling now at very reduced Come ar.d see our water acts. 0. Thompson. Messrs. John Sills and Chas. T Higbt were among the number who showed in a convincing way that they wanted Tkk Star to keep coming to their address. Silk handkerchiefs and necktie? at GiUiland Bro?. Mr. T. S. Rosamond, of Chittrt neighborhood, wa in town this week visiting his daughter, Mrs. J, H. Sullivant. For a Xmas barrel of flour go to GiUiland Bros. Mrs. Thallie McCluskey. who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. G K. Hoyett, f Sallis, lias re turned to her home in howling Green, Ky. The finest ornamented and dec orated china at low down prices at N. 0. Thompsou. H. A. and J B McClintock and M P T.ialitfnnt. of Salhs. were noticed among the visitors to the city Tuesday. Board of Supervisors meet next Tuesday, We tell you of the bargains at our store; do you take advantage of them? W. B. Potts Co. Loaded shells any size at N. 0. Thompson's. . Kosciusko is enjoying aa fine a business as sue nas seen in sever ul yeart, We are prepared to furnish vou with everything in the grocery line for Xmas. GiUiland Bros. The show windows of numerous merchants are decorated with Xmas goods. My shoes are the lest and prices the lowest. 1 . J. M. Chesnutt. Too Tired to Smile Weak, Weary and Worn Dizziness, Impure Blood -Cured by Hood's. Many weak and worn-out womu know just what this means. Intuta'! until condition (or work, they forc thriiij-Plv', through (ho daily routine of duli'rs, almost too ilirf couraged to evsi look for relief. A But it is to do femud in lloo,i'i S sir sa pari 11a, 7 wnicii make i.:io I liliinil r.ni'i'. (mil. In . lrl.il J fVlA ii'iiiilr Mrs. Wm. Smith main-i i " ' wYorkcitr. stroiur and givst cheerful spirit. 1'ead this: 'I have uttered mor thin tongus can tell fromdt.iiness and severe pain in aiy head. I also felt 10 low spirited thtt I often said I wished I wis desd. A triead suggested that I try Hood' Sarsaparit:. I gave it a trial and wts more than ap prised to see w hat a it change cana over me after 1 had takou the first bottL.i. I felt better right away. I have now taicd-.i K3 Hood's Saria- parillm nearly five bottles "V 1 1 k C ana am nappy lossy IV I am entirely cured. V J I would adviie all V ruffering on aoount of impure blood t'j try Hood's Sarsaparilla. It willcure."Ma W n. Smith, 319 E. 88th St., N. Y. City. Hood's Pills bepoms tlie favorite cathirtn with evervmie who trin them. 'H twrhnx Mr. F. T. Kilpatrick dropped in Rev. 1. C. Paik. the pastor of i the Methodist church, :yrivod - ; - ' . nd we Wert here with his family .last Monday , thatl.0. i¬ in the least i-venins. aud will preach his .first .b , ,. t Uttlc sermon to his new criarse next Sunday. ThatV a bad couh. but Charity Hospital Cough Syrup will cure you, tor sale only o Di. K. C Coleman. - I .1... itm! u-p ClltU'l ttiC teaciuisoi w- V.V11114.J; ---j en-without anv remorse ot con disfigured from his recent skirmish. I nm rnpeivinsr shoes every day, land can always' give you what you iwanL J. M. Chesnutt. We were pleased to meet 111 our this week our old mend, J Northern Arc You Going? I Yes, everybody is going to be I present at the special plays of the Conway Dramatic Co., entitled 'Under the Laurels," which will be presented to the people of Kos ciusko on the iSth of this month. With good talent and thorough training this company proposes to present the best play that has ever been seen in this city. After the; regular play a very laughable farce? will be presented that will tie worm double the amount of the admiss ion. All the proceeds will be do nated to the building of a church. Let everybody turn out and help a worthy cause and get value re ceived lor their uicuey, LA nice photo for a Xmns present can be had cheap at McGwire's- nice friends and relatives with a picture for a Xmas present. It I.- rnmnrell tll.it Ml". (. 1. Smithson will move back to Kos ciusko Jan. ist. Such citizens as he are always welcomed m any community. Co to Win." Shanks for pork sausage, star hams, cream cheese, keg pickles and oat meal. i.'...- Tlinmas Cameron and fam ily left here yesterday (Thursday for his new work at Iuka. Wc certainly wish him well m his new . r 11 ' i i,it in-, rp.iv reao an i 1R-IU. UUU mi". 7.-. ' j abundant harvest spnitual and temporal, for he is ceriam. a faithful laborer for his Master. Boys suits 75 cc:vts W' Potts Co. Mr. J. Ik Sirilivant, one of beat 5's best citizens, was on our streets last V ednesaay. 1 Ut of Utters remaining in the V () at Kosciusko for the wick ending Dec, ,,. S - Graham, Mr. w an ' V dtie Sloughter. Mr. I h W- Mrs. LL Wejls. U. J. I'on-i, t . .M. . e. .:n takrn at tiuK , ;"V, MtMOU feet stronc anu S?ona ami keep you Jrom mikni-H. later eti. Mr W. I - Samlers. of the Lcd J takmg h the fair at Atlanta this week. Ttnlliniisworin Marrlet. At the residence of Mr. M. Y. Thompson, two miles South of Kosciusko, his daughter. Mi-s Iiell, was quietlv married to ?lr. Will Allen, of McYiHe, Kcv. J. H. officiatincr. Both th C Wi H ams Irom tne , . . .i.f Hon f . n 11 1 ui ui vvi"j. science utateei iu.ti v . , v believea handsomer corps otm- por Christmas we are prepared structor could be found anywhvrc. jir, furnish the people with every , , ,i . tiiipg they want in staple and fancy Tl, MM,' IVM-kS IS all tile . C . J .1.:. f..l, nm i -- ",w,v . ,T.'! i-.vervi iniu . , . t ... . ., ,.,iu i u i i.i liL.i. - J ' . i . 1 f t.T-si r'l"' time vou have to reinenu.ei.xim.p -- , u isn-t l)Ut u contracting paiue -.c m ... v iT T lilies and their many menus ,(.:v idimC S L, B, Rosenthal ' the Star in wishing them a long Yo had pleasant call last Mom . jcred a line 5l,ppPr nt Mr. Thomp- ! son's that night ami a:i ciegani dining at Mr. Boo Alien . the la ther of the bridegroom, the next ,v from Mr. W. W. last Mon Love in, ol i- M,- I rxx-firn IS OI1C 01 11 iax . . I Leake county best and most ! prosperous citizens. I re ..int to know the detini- : tion "of cheap, come around and i m- ce a suit ol ciomes m dar Kosciusko 3Iurket. Ciilliland Bros. i Cotton I Xl',.! tnl, k: Mrs - J Atkinson left Here ; W(Kr, clear., last Thursday to visit her dnugh ! Wool, burn , ter. Mrs. Uinton in Mad.son f jrn........ county. She will be absent sev-1 (,hi,kt.11;1. . . cral weeks. i , ... flHntter l'rnf lohn tlumpnrexs. u. ; yeA Smith's school, was in town 1-1 T-T-Tuesday. bed . Potatoes Hides Klonr. hi'st fiiney . . You want a good pair of shoes to Flonr, Lest patent frolic in Xmas; we have got jusi ; exactly what yon want and the j l'"ceiuiti- (iilliland liro-. t.. i;..rmrd lone s and wif c are visiting Dr. Jonos and family this week. .nits: 7 r to -i) v: to !' .-. to to 40 7 .hO to J1H 1-i l'Jt 'O to .7f 40 ....: to to f4.00 4'J3 rocery line , Shanks. Notice ir Publication. Lor anything in the j o to Ym V,. ivnnt VOU tO SCC Ollf - notllinS bke'.hem lor the price. Y. B- Votts Co. LandPtnce at Jackson. Mi".. I liu..i.ml.pr 0. IS'). I Notice is hereby given that the fol-,tinK-naml srttler ha. nled notice of 8g I Jatoi ImCCS- .. f French Miss Sitiiie i.oiucn, , ;c;or to our city Mbi,llieJM8p KiUy. pair of A J lohusons t:nc la dies siloes would make your wife a nice Xmas 1 - W1 vi-'vo sot anvthing ou r ' Y. B. Bolts Co and Miss Kate Uollmgswou n -1 Smong the visitors to th, Lxposi- tion this weelv t To the I'"' lU r ,;, (iallaway's Kes- K i-t ide Court Square, tautant on l.ai; . . , . ,.rnt KHps building, t.r u.c -;". I V"1 ' ' (-.over bis intention to maice un ii r ftfhis claim, and taatwul M. F. Seward, pronnnent among t, the merchants oi. cu.iu. " M.ss.. on January i visitor to the city euneiu.x . M. u ailon, -; v lsl " u- y ,. 19 MT for thf n e ir ol a r Men suits from $2.t5 up at w (,n(l hif ofs w )ir of Sec. U. i C- rUS C- ,. , , 11 'iienimiTlh, Wlo.-in2 ltnWW. to n.f n C Hull, of 'he McCool' . ronthio,.s relon.-e upon Wnol. was a prominent vis-, ' cul,ixi-n of ,a,.l un. , vu: ' , 1 .. xr.,i;,.sdav. M Croft, Mi u-nr.. . nor i" i"1 'v.' Jobn i'orce ii r .. ,, i !.l T ) Vx t iaui!. mi .fi'"- , , 1 I .1 IIM.-K." Ohl ves usgrouui, j ' iViViVkut p.. Vll.SON.,K lister. Pll.t.S W NtT Cl'Rl'.. v l!..nii.M1 Tills do notfiirc i'"!'"'"-"- They Knot how I'or f or Hotel lormerlv occupied by Mrs. """ Harris. M'.Cool, Miss handle" bread.