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To those living ElUTon Stau: i I notice in vour )ist issue Slarid districts TuttS Pills a" articlm reference to Conteder- ..... . me pensioners aim me inarming are lna'spensiuic;, uiey weep uu; r in ' (rrowtli nf tli Mention mil A-f ti. a , e - r " -..,--ni in nrrfrr. firilrrrirH'l p.rc ' 1 am disposed to think that S Otv-ii i . ' .. 1 "rent, man v unwevthv na an absolute cure f0r sick headache, indigestion, malaria, torpid liver, constipa tion and all tmous diseases otice fob rrm.iCATiox. great ninny unworthy names are now on this roll th;t should he speedily eliminated, but I do not favor the plan as suggested by Au ditor intone of abolishing the pen sion laws and establishing a Sold- Tflltt' iJVCr PiSIS'i The law is a -ood one. its inten. ' -- - .. . . . , i . - I lions ueirg to give a nine am to the dependent and indigent fami- l- .. I.. f.U 1 Land otVe at JacKson, Miss,,) . . , 0 , December ", l!'.i.'). i destinies of the bouthern Cross. Notice is herebv Riven that the tot-1 Many of them g iving up their lives lmv'iK'-nanied settler has Men notice of ! for their country, and leaving to pis intention ij mas-e uuai imuui i;uieir iamtue3 notning save uie wpirtoMil elaini, and that said . Droua heritaae of being a decer.d- llUJ'H Will v mi w onf . I Vn af nvofft cr.I.tlftl Win stood or fell in the line of duty, and not for quasi soldiers who spent their time in dodging recruit ing officers, and saw no actual service. There are names on the roll . I i ilciialld.i Em!!lI!?!n(l!!il!n!!!il!!!i!t;nin!!iHt!!:!!nHHnir!'H-!;:!"'! E THIS ISlvWT attest i or pJS PAID STOCK AT- H ..... ...t ".v . ... , i.-,. .,i,.v Iiss., on January 1, lS'.iii, viz: Jessie K Pierce, of McCool. Miss., 11. K. No. 7i 170 for the n hlf of s w ir Sec. Yi T IS N It S) Kast. He names the following witnesses to prove bis continuous residence upon and cultivation of, Raid land, vi.: 11 !: Wilsnn. U 11 ttowie, Thomas Inurani, Knbe Hunt, all of McCool," Attala couutv, .lis8. KODKUT E.WILSON, lleister. their origin iu the blood, but which on the surface do not appear to be a blood disease. Such is Malaria, which is a poison breathed into the lungs, and thus taken into the blood and circulated, hn buinsr the entire system with its morbid enects. Tliose wno nave simcroi uuui this dreaded disease know what a life less condition ensues and how the vitality is wasted away so that tfeath is often caused by some simple malady, because of the low ebb to which life is reduced by this poverty of blood. This condi tion of the blood ofteu gives rise to boils, carbuncles, abscesses and ulcers, and uot infrequently causes catarrh, I bronchitis, and even consumption. Captain Henry Bona, iaie oi iuc v. . owa; Livery and Fcctl Stable, i . Best Turnouts on short Notice. Depot Street in front of Kelly House. 5 urn 3 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiim mi JevVeiry mere are luuues uu me iuu L.. 1 t 4-i 1 ,.,1 y,,a Navy, has been a sea-fanug man all his drawing pay I am told who bus- j lifend hasbeea ia aU parU of the bands never saw a day ot service. Wctld, having sailed twice around the 1 think a prerequisite" to be a ben- Cupe of Good Hope, once around Cape no mistake AX1 S3.M YOI'K E:S)KaJ T 'J. Livear & Co., Canton. HEiss Fine Wines, Liquors, Beer, etc. 1 1 efieiarv of this fund, the claimant should be actually dependent, and th? person through whom they ex pect the State's charity shoubl him nrl imllii lipcn a Confederate Is not a neccpsitv, but ev-j soldier, and'not one who denied to I J . . - 1 I I 1 and they want tlie newest things. n ar.fl t!ip iinps throti'.'h the Suez Canal. Captain Bond resides at the Na tional Military Home, Dayton, Ohio, and iu a recent letter says: "For thirty-two years I have been a sufferer from ma laria, ana certainty kuowv iiui auj- y Mnnv vprirs Pvnerience and buvinir in large quantities give them nr. n,i,.,mto,,onfai,.l, vnn rrt the bfiiidit. We nlwavs send the be.-t goods that can be had for the least money No charge for boxing. You Only Bee ble diase is. I hnve tried rcnedies in dcing everytiiing he could to nede her progress!. ! I Ia Qfffdfl In il if- SmI th i r?' i Novelties Home i;i lieu of the pension law"! . . it -il, . . . .. i i In gold and silver vau4c Soldier llomo win w too muui ( r.vrm w i setts for ladies this week, Hike a "county poor house. is somothing new. Pearl Goods In great profusion. them. Spectacles vcrv best. SirAll repair work guarantee I, mm Boatty's iWl.ilethe Conicderate pensionei i should be a very poor person, yet the old Confederate Veterans are See , unwilling to see the poor .old wic ow of that gallant soldier who die.l I with his face to the foe, usheied rsttir. T.w.l.-cnti ti-.vnv from nil the ; w wiiviii'ii 11, ij . - - U'.i :rc now ofTerin? them 1 inml..r mnmnripn and associaticiiS from 2o cents to $5 lor th? 1 0f l,i'e with nothing in her rounding to remind nerot liim went but came no more, to be iled in the State's poor house awa ... i ' : l liom everything mat woum lent hiw to her dee inmtr me. I am in favor of the pension law as it is; whatever little iittance they get let them enjoy it at their old'homes, but I insist that this pension roll should undergo a greater scrutiny. 1 believe that four respectable men, men that wro muni Confederate soldiers, should be appointed from each Su pervisors district to examine the roll conjunction with i'. . . i " i- .... OrniiK, :J5 00 up. Sinn the gran.l jury, anu eiimu.a urn.. nainters wanted, t ataiojiue , tiie lisi &n uiiwuiiuj 'rl"UK" 1 believe Hie enus uijurucr uui be better met by requiring tne clerk to furnish every Confederate encampment in the county a list of the pensioners just before each cir cuit court and let said encamp ment pass upon the merits ot each applicant and make report to the grand jurv. The old Confederate soldiers . . . c .. -U ..I . 1, have an abiding love ior an oi mc 7 . Imcst Timlcr : pros in the 1 who i -0Mdm!p i One 1 Line That's because there ir, only one line running through coaches, free reclining chair cars and Pullman palace sleepers between Memphis nnd principal points in Arkansas .-if.,1 Texas s ithout change. This Inv: traverse s U V aiming, (j razing and lands and nadus the r.'.es pcrous towns and eitu s (iKEAT SOL'TIIWT.ST. it is Tin: 1K EEATTYS cki.kiu!ATi:d ORGANS AX 1'IAXOS. Tor Catalogues, Address Daniel . Ii-atlJ, WunliliiBton. . ' free. Daniel F. Beatty, Wash nigton, X. J . I Pisuios, Vti25iip. Sign painters wanted, oaiaiog'"? xddress Daniel i. Beatty, Wabington, X. .".OO.OOO Bcatty'e Or-ans?:'.") up. Sign winter want. Address or nill on bauiel F. lieatty, Washington, X.J. OrgaiiH $:io up. Sign winters wanted. Address or can on llaniel F. Beatty, Wellington, .N.J. Beatty's litino3 $-,-'" up. Wen Hintcr'rt wanted. Addr. ss or call on llaniel F. Beatty, Wasbingtcn, X.J. UFA 1 V S 0 11 (i A N S A M IM A N OS. Hon. Daniel V. Beatty. of Washing ton. X . J., the great organ and piano manufacturer is building and shipping more organs and pianos than ever, in 1ST0 Mf.Beattvlelt home a penniless plow lor. and by his indomitable wi he has woiked his way up so as to sell ofar over 100,000 of Beatty s organs itlld pianos since 1S70 M.uo na se. . to dishearten 1,1m; (.bstarles bi d n bis wav, that would have wrecked anoi dii.Vrv man forever, he turns to an a, -vertiseiue.it and comes out of itbi.gl -or thin ever. 1 U was "'a'.11.1; im-toii, New Jersey, Imio to 1 BSo, rive tera.s, and recent y declined a re- i. tirtii. Ills nomination ior me r - -; instruments, as is wen mm- , .., 'y lingular and are to be found in ail parts of the world. Wei.ro informe. I that during the oext ten v.an be inten. a to sell "00 000 inure of his make; that lueauB a business rM ? average1 them at100 each. It w al ready the largest business ot the kind in existence. Write or call upon Dan il F. Beatty, Washington. Xe Jersey, lor catalogue CAPTAIN BOND. Japan, Egypt, Persia, the Vest Indies and other parts of the world, but tha disease had such a hold upon my sys tem that it was impossible to get reliet. Aftr trying all remedies I could get in different countries, and nearly every in thii country, without the slightest benefit, some one recom mended S. S..S. Tum reuieuy prolixin y reached the disease, and nas driven it entirely out of my system. I certainly pronounce S. S. 8. a blessing to hu manity, and heartily recommend it to all ,r. i. inui ill-rail fid disease. SUiierui uvjiu iuci. ----- . - malaria. I have frcoueutiy oeeu ui point of death, with a temperature ot 106, and when I began the use of t. a. b. I was so reduced in health, that my con dition seemed hopeless. Now I am en joving the best of health." S S.'S.ncver fails to cure ablood trouble. Scrofula, eczema, cancer, rheumatism, contagious blood poison, and in iact anv di ion'ler of the blood is promptly wiped out :iml cured by it. Do not rely upon a simple tonic to cue FOK A corv , C. P. KECTOK, Com. Agent, Of'fljraes in the Southwest," "Through Texas," 'Texas Lands," or "Truth about Arkansas." -Mailed to any address upon application. K Y. La UK At." Ml.!. Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agt Memphis, Tenn. St. Louis, Mo. AN YOU READ? ,S7t2.5 i i i vosi Away ft., Vnit t ''fnrpver furled anil thev love with an intensity as their years increase uie cum o-..v. hands that bore it," and tbey feel interested in whatever little, pit tance the State can give, out tney want the proper parties alone to receive the benefit. Yet khan. have an abiding love ior uu vi oioou uiseahe. o. ... i memories that cluster around the purely, vegetable,.! for real blood ca-, i I'CMi-seaieu is miaranteed Our valuable uooits vviu l nuim Address Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Oa. ton iisina the knife on C rnnr kovvw and use J 'lloxvslev'u Spaying Mix- . . tn nuu oml no deaths. It Hire, eiiMv n "-v - conr bogs have Cholera, get a bottle ot ii.i.r r.l.on'i-a Cure and use it it is an infallible t ore and preventive r ,; ......I ii i I i mini notice ronrvBLicvriox. Land Office at Jiiekson. ?dits., December ", l1-"), I j Notice is herebv given that the fob j low ing-named sei tier has tiled notiee of his intention to make final proof in , snpliort of his claoii, an.i mat moo proof will be made before the Circuit Clerk of Attala county, nt kosciusko, , Miss,, on January 21, lS'.Hi, viz: Alson j D. Massey, of Ayeis, diss, 11. lv t. Hi-'SO. for the u w qr oi v. e o; oi ' T b X, B 0 K, adjoining' farm to n lilt ,r i S,w. " I., H UM oi 11 IV qr oi ec. - i . 1 " : ior viie mow. - .; , n. names tne i"i''"- 1 .i...- nntoa.l l.v Tlnrvev & Boby, lvoscuisko. x . . u,)(in Miss. Call on tnem ior mum ' " m Another Strong point-? . or THt . 1 CHARTER OAK, .. IN addltte 1 to HjMPjrfc Wt ' ',.kwu?the m.l" 'N. O. THOMPSON, AOKNT, KOSCIUSKO. ' ' MISb' , 1 ..... . 4 ... .... I When most needed u is ni for vour familv physician to be away from home. Such as the exper.enee of Mr J Y Schenck, editor of tlie Cad do.'lu'd.Ter., Banner, when his little . ', ,,f un was threatened with a severe attack of croup. He mvb- "My wife insisted that I go for Ky . ......'i w onr fnmilv n ivsuian was out of town 1 purchased a nol le of Chamberlain's . Cough Len.edy which relieved her immediate j . I id not bo v U bout it in u " Zd M cent bottles for" sale by Harvey fi Boby. . v..,lre to the TJ 1'ayeM of Koclskow linrohv aivHn that on the first Tuesday (the 7th day m Juuarj , . ij .LlinfAiavoraiid Aldermen to issue tweve u ... "r tprpst liearing unui Boit KoseiuBko for the purpose of bin ding . !..:.. aw flphnnl lilllMing anu iiirniBuiug , in said town for the use of the mte hiiaren 01 "VM.NOAn, Mayor. 8.?.EIMMER,Jr,Clerk, nnd eullivation of. sanl Intnl. viz. .i u Ii Shumaker, .1 A Unv. Alt .ooore, u i Brown, all of Avers 'P.O., Attala couii- ty' iJiS8' .BOBETi'f K. WILSOX, Kcgister. 11M ijuuitni il:j l- i fc-.ww I'or the next sixty days Tur: Star will offer to the extent of 500 subscribers the following premiums, which amounts to $725.00: our i -kick. u:;n..! i-Kicr.. tar and Home and Farm Si 5 0l " " Farm News 1 5 -' 2 00 " Woman Kind 1 5 y - 00 4i Home and Farm and Ameri can Farmer 1 75 2 5 " Tri-Weekly NVorld and Amer ican Farmer 2 00 31-10 Tri-Wceklv World ami Homo and Farm. Ar.ar. Farmer 2 25 3 5 ' Yv'oiid. Home and Farm, Woman Kind, Farm News 250 1 00 The h-t opportunity of your life to prepare yourself with good .. " .. , .v..'. or in,i;.-i; f.irmers. politicians. ref diner matter ior ui." cumn. - and families can find what tbey want m this list. All old subscribers will be required to pay back dues to take advantage ot this unprecedented oiler. 'APi.iiF.ss THE KOSCIUSKO STAR. Kosciusko, Miss. 111 mm ColSJiiii"'! Constable's aleof Land. XOTICB FOB rnu.ic.vTiox. Land OtlU'e at Jackson. Miss., DtM-ember 1 i Notiee is hereov aiven that, the following-named settloi has tiled notice of his intention make Imal proof m support of his claim, and that suld proof will be mado before the Ciremt Unrk of A Mali' Conmy nt koscnisko, Miss., on January IS, ISUli viz: MaU. ew K. Lovern of Chita. Miss , 11 h o. "0171 for the n w qr ot s e qi i""i n ... qr of n 0 qr and e hlf of n w qr of bee. 20 tMllX R 7 Kast. Hs names the louowing nr" l" prove bis continuous residence npon Snd cultivation of ' M.d enr. vu: John Smith, JalllCH M ' oun-, v (l Vttala Co Miss I . u., AU,"V vpt V. WILSON. Beguter.j Stinson & Watson, rrojrrictor!. Mannfiu'tiirers and' Dealers in Foree'ii ami 1'oineMn- l!opectfullv nsli :M lssissippiaos to bv L. D. Fletcher vs. For j. 1M0.0O Strati' Cilliland 1 Execution & cost ',y virtue of the above stated execu tion to me directed by Dana Jennino. a Justice of the Peace of District No. o, In Attala county, Miss., I will on Sat urday the -0th day of December, 1S!'". nt llie court liomie door of said county, in the town of Kosciusko, within le;.'al hours expose to sale at public outcry to the hiffhest bidder for cash, to-wil: A certain tract of land situated m At- .' ... ., .: Mt.ui,,!,! industrv tsla county. Miss., all the land east of '''llU , ' ,,,lln,,il ih" Koseim-ko and Oarthiuie road in .. 1,.. . Oim-v maroie and lomo- ,' ,... r w 1 1 -.i ... a- 11 - iui 11 u ..... v nr 11 11 1111 .-.fi iv ii 11 u 1 1 it- 1 . stones from them nnd save freight qr of SfC ,.. HI1(, N K r nt K qr o2 nd hili prices charged by North- B jn t Dl B 7 K, which has been levied 111111 " f ,. , A.l.lfooa .. I,a iirnncrtv of the said defend- , ..... Prn estatdisiimeius. hem, or call on I Ull III X I. .v , ... ' " Address on as the property of the said defend ant and will be sold to satisfy the judgment therein and all costs. JO. XVtlller, Constable Dist. Xo. 5. Xov. 2.", 1. tocul Agut. Ko.cluUo MlM il I I tl n In I rM. IV.