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gtttirday The cards are marriage on the T Nov. 3. 1900. n. B. ,,AV TKAINS. "ln N1CIIT artliW" TRAINS. f'" ' .1 line at LOCAL TRAIT. due ' tbl" nddnt i , 1SS p. m. . 2:17 p. m. 1 A. m. 12:55 a. m. .. 11:1S p. m 11:38 a. m. uiiiioiiiK-injf the lllt. Of Mr I'l Kirk, ecu of Dr. Clem Ki.l .... M.Ulli.IIubborJ1 ,!.,,,,,,, of" l3n. . nun lliuiuani. The octogenarian, Mr. S n m Neese. of Shuqualak, and for immv years a citizen of Noxube... jH , vi(ij, to his daughter in Macon, Mrs. v Clark. The visitors to the LowndH,. Fair from Nosnbeti worn (W den and faniilv. .T i i....' , . ---(. imntiexter, whose horse, KtJu-I. Wl1n race, A. I). uiiimn. ur. ami J. w. Clurence Ilerron and othurs . t 12:80 n.m (,rt.""" Tp. m nail"'''" aril" r.flii'0 "I"'"1 i A. m.cluses 4 p.m. Irttcr onui.'i .jrGotoD. Hi cub. IMCKSOINAL,. T T T1.' .. .....1 Ijist Monday Mr. J. I . .. t ,,iv of Stimmerville, iff Hud u . ,. ImiMacon on a shopping expcdi- f fir Hi,, Emma Thornton im " ' , ,,. where she will spe-:d for loiuu""'" v A. S- Npvllle 01 liwi:""' (,ued Ihurt.lay from Marion, Ala., ,h her daughter, who is sick at Id and i still unwell. i m ... T 1. ...... f.F Amcsunill. w.JH'k- Unwillfa' the Johnson place in East J. C. II. Lnbee. AS and l9 tton ... ...... in.. rtnlie Minor gave a party m n-i w"- , . ... . , today School class una invito ructw jlri. Btnry of Okolona is the guest ot Uii, Tennie Curr. F A. Denton anil Miss bwirt or Cooksville, were skipping in town Mon te, Henry Jones retnrucil to rir- ThnrpiUy. whore he will re Uiiu- - Hue bis position with Mr, Jowi. Jr. jjn. W.H. Carter left Sunday to join ik. Professor at hit school near Atlanta fl. Mrs. Minor accompanied her and illitar awhile u. inni. Pitts, the nolite and ac- commo'lstiiii! M. and (). conmictor mntTliursikvinMiicon. Mr. Pitts is Dr the favorite anions,' railroad men nr. n.l Mis. V. F. Scale" returned Ibnwlajr after a weeks visit in Jl.'bile Mr. W. L. Boeder, of Matins, Reeder ACo.. left Friday for l'lorenco, Ala., Mi home. Mr. Oeorire Kiclianlson is in Louis lilll, tliis week on business Mr. T. J. Remedy of West Point t,Dt Sunday in Macon Mr. II. L. J. Harnes, who has been to Tem on leiral business, returned home Tuesday Mr. W. M. LiMiiljerson isrecovering 'rem a sever! spell nf malaria tever. llfC. P. llann iy of Columbus is in ton this weik in the interest of the Knoop Frerriclis Cotton Co. of Mem- pM, Tenn. Mr, Walter 1). Windham of Stone, i ill the city today Miss Alda Hilkey visited Sbuijnalak 'IK weak. L. F.Hollieri; lias receiyed a cur-load lolton sash and blinds. The latest fad in belts is tinsel, and ihere is quite an assortment at the I'attv DitY Goods Co, Register! Register !! There will be an election in Macon D. 4th. 1900. for municipal officers, ill in order to he qualified to vote, all juta must rc-Ntcr in my office durinj; m month of November, MOO. Hooks pmdn: tog business honrs, W. P. Minor, Registrar. SwiftcfeCo's Mi-nt and Lard hIwiiv io,i can get the New York Me apples. Also potatoes and onions. J. o. Faskr. Ast, 1 a a- i hams sell, tho liut rir.,.tnn "Hi. That it ti... ' . , ,lr Kino you neeu ior an "cine pnrnosp. ".3 1m 11 you haven't bom IrwJ. II Wi lit your coal for bains before you are verv ,.i,n., von w, fimi at c, L. Hein. L, . ' M" 8tni'k is complete in all Dantzl, hen they "Nitioa, er's fine millineiy stock orsotten by the ladies come to town on a shopping ones. The place to the Cryttal and Si Ii.a, . . . nl" DOC IO I , r illifn.:. , , ' '" ot toys ana P'wthemisat '"fsiace. B.. lw. .'" """tder'sT She ex . ' ,nv,,l,t,n lo Hll of her '1 fnends to call and in.psct ith.hr ": ,l'"K?1,osta Pencil a., -- if r lo .HIT a. I lau. . ' ",un colors, lCi'i P,, la,n V W'le I ""'-'llben.i,.. B onti,ia pen --..i.i ruuT...iA.i " 'nn:ii. J. C. F NT. NOTICE. ,n 1 "wii" nr ip,, . . " ;'l'itsiii' Wl'l out i I Paulette, Mr. n. F. Jackson was )iU,u by a tree fallinp; on him while out 'pos sum h.intinR last Tuesday night. A was cut aown to get a 'p069Hm ,nd nsomeayitfellon Mr. Jackson as ho attempted to catch the 'possum cutting him about the head. -New Era". More U. D. C, Work. The following is a list nf Confederate soldier8;buried at Washing ton, D. C, whose bodies .-m i. moved to the National Cemeterv -t a." lingtou unless the S100 npf.u 4. huve them interred in the soil of ti,,;. own State Is contributed. All the other Southern States have already forwarded sufficient money to obtain the bodies of soldiers from their States, and we must not be the only ones to allow the nation to bury our dead where no mnnnm.nt can be erected on them. Contribution. from Veterans are solicited. Walter Uibutiou h"''ter lm" a'ri'a(ly W"de a con" N. II. Itryant, Co. K, lllth. Mis. A. McAIMnter, Co. II, liith, Hurve llaraett, (or Ilurtnett), ltlth W. N. Jenkins, Imli, Win. It. Deering. Co. A, tilth. I. I. liiiess, Co. K, 2d. Batiory, M, V, Ueesc, Co. II, 42il, II. L. Palmer, Co. K, 42J. J. It. Mullen, 42.1. 1. W . harrell, (or Fare 12th. James l. nn, 12th. Fritz Kimble, Co. A, I2fn, Ct. Jo.inston, Co, II, lTili. K. It, Coleman. Co. A. 17th. James llootlie, Co. I, llih. Isaac Nell, Co. D, lllth. Joseph Ij. Kily, Co, I, 21st. W. II. Huberts. Co. A, .'ITth. C. Jl. Jones, Co. I, llih. J. C. ( or (J.) Siiiimicis, Co. I! Michuol Cjuinn, Mashulaville, Nov, 9th. Come to the spinster convention and HOC the 01(1 lliaills tninBfnr.D.l boanliful young maidens before very eyes at the Ilantist chord, . Capt. Co. K 13th. into your in Nov, Bth. p.m. Ad children 10 AliiHliiiIaviIIe, on Friday, Performance to begin at 7 mission, adults 21) cents, cents. Oysters und ice cream served at reas onable prices. Benefit of church. Harvest Home Convention, rrof. S. J. Hunter, who has made a successful tour of the middle and west ern states this summer, will hold his annual convention on Tnes.bn- wa. nesday and Thursday of next week, for the benefit of the Noxubee Industrial School, located at Cpr.ter Pninf r Wednesday Rev. Mr. Cameron will preach at in o'clock, Geo. Richardson Esq , will spoalt at 1 p. m and at 3 p. m.. Kev. Mr. Grace will deliver an address. At noon on the same day, the cooking class of the school will prepare a fine dinno,' for all white Viuifni.fi the gronndsi You can't delay much longer in lay ing in your supply of coal for wint-r, and J. II. Williams is the man who can supply you with the beet. New c;op Sugar House Molasses at Rooers & Co, On Tuesday, Nov. 8th at 2 n. m . at ; A m . resilience or Mrs. V. C. CavefC tl, Walter Banter Chapter will have m-cting and select a design for the Con reiterate Monument. All members will please attend as we wish to have the benefit of their suggestions and opinions. If the weather is bad make an effort and come anyway, as we will be obliged to select onr Mcnnment this month, o as have it here the last of April, to have it unveiled Decoration Day. Ij. .1. Orioos, Recording Secretary. Examine our fruit cakes before you make; they are fine. Rogers & Co. ROLL oFrlONOR-" The Oldest Furniture Store in Hacon . . . J. L GRIGGS, manajjer of L. W. GUI GO'S Furniture Store, wants every one to know that ho ia doing business at the s;me old stand, where he keeps a Good Stock of everything in the Furniture and Undertaking Line . . . We will receive this week a C Alt LOAD OF FURNITURE, besides having a large stock on hand. Having had many year's experience in the Fnrniture business ho purchases in the best market for the lowest price, and will sell for a very small profit for Cash. Mr. J. G. Parsons has charge of this store and guarantees all work done by him to be satisfactory Phones at L. W. Griggs' residence and store, also at residence of J. G. Parsons. All orders will be promptly attended to. We will not be undersold. J CLUB MEETINGS. To all lEeroliants ; Swift & Ccs, Packing House at MACON, MISS. It will save you time and money to call on the under signed for your Bacon and Dry Salt Meats, and Lard in tierces and tins. Only the freight will be added to Saint Louis prices. When you see some thing good for yourselves help to better it by calling on J. O. FASER, Agent. Tin Qal Vl. The reception given the Qui Vive Club and their invited guests by Mrs. T. W. Lrame, ath irhome, on Friday evening, Oct. (1th, Was one of the most pleasant affairs of the Antnmn Season. Tne social and Jovial spirit which has always made these meetings a pleasant succese, was by no means lacking at this one, especially by the gentlemen who have shown by their presence and appreciation, that men are not all out of sympathy with the "Club Woman." An enteresting feature of the evening was a guessing game, entitled "Sng- j gestions from a watch," the answers having to correspond to some part of a watch. We all decided if Mrs. McKin ley should drop in wo wonld give her "lionrlland. " Ca'sar, Mark Anthony and Brutus, "Roman Characters, " were freely discussed. PoHock's master piece was completed "In course of time," ' 'Minutes' ' were kept by the secretary, etc. Interspersed with a flow of wit and fun, the game was brought to a close, Mr. and Mrs. W. Patty, Mr. and Mrs, Van Cavette and Mrs. N H. Harrison guessed all the suggestions ex cept one and had to draw for the prize, a handsome miniatnre clock Mrs, Van Cavett drew the lucky number. Mr. Braine, in a neat little speech, present ed it to her, saying that he hoped she might live as long as it ticked, and that it might tick as long she l'ved . The beautiful refreshment tables, to which the guests were invited, did much credit to the cultured taste of the hoste's.s, and the inviting delicacies, which we-e served in three courses. were much enjoyed after the mental ef fort. Many lovely cut flowers in bowls and va-es wore placed wherever effective, filling the rooms with their rich fra grance, l he hour was laf e wnen an took their departure, thanking the hos pitable couple for their pleasant even ing entai taininent. Invited guests pre sent were Miss Fannie Minor, Miss Eliza BoggeBS, Mr. Charles Strong and Mr. Parker. S. The Newest Furniture House insr macof, T. J. HOPKIXS, Prop. Corner Next to Murphey'a Drug Storo. My whole stock of Furniture is new, just received from trie lactones, and is equal m style aim nuisii to any ever brought to Macon. If you wish to see how competition in trade works, call and get my prices. E. C. SCALES & CO. DEALERS IN i.Qeral v Terefyadise.. Women arc Like FlntVPrC Healthy andstron j I lUWtl 3. they blossom and bloom. Sickly, tiny wither and die. Every woman ought to look well and feel well. It's her right and du'y, but she mij;ht as wed try to put out a (;ro with oil as to be healthy and at tractive with disease corroding the organs that make her a worr.an. U jon their health depends her health, if there is inflammation or weakening drains or suffering at the monthly period, attend to it at once. Don't delay. You're one step nearer ths grave every day you put it off. Women can stand a great deal, but they cannot live forever with d.sease dragging at the most delicate and vital organs in their body. You may have been deceived In so-called cures. We dun't sue how you could lit-tp it there is so much worthless tuil on the market. Hut you won't be dis appointed in Bradfield's Kenmte Reg ulator. We believe it is the one medl cineon earth for womanly ills. There Is as much difference between it and other Bo-cHled remedies as there is between rirht and wronir. bradfield's Female Regulator soothes the pain, stops the drains, promotes regularity, strengthens, purities and cleansi s. H does all this quickly und easily and naturallv. Itis for womutialonetode cide whether they will be health or sick. Hra llielil's Regulator lies at hand, il p.r buttle at druj; Btore. Snd for our fre booklet. Tilt RfMonilD RrGUUIOR CO., Atlanta, Ga. Clotliin H.i Dry floods, Full Lint; of Shirts, Cuffs, Crockery, Wooden wan', Wagons, Sud'Ucs, Uri'llcs, .11 IZIrcl WHAT WE SIXL: Notions. T'oots and Shoes, at, Hour. Molasses, Jiiop., Tea, Pickles, Candy, Tol itcco, Cf Drawers, Collars, Tinware, Hardware, Kilties, Harness, Ulankots Whips. G-zcccricG, Pails .Meat, Hour. Siijjar, Coffee, H uns, IJreakfast Bacon, Clrils, Crri'-kers, Lard anil Smln. Corn, Oats. Mtal, Hrari, Puiina Feed, Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls. BAGGING AND TIES. JOHN M. CIIAPPELL. Call on us for Prices. EUNKST LUCAS EUREKA! EUREKA! EUREKA! Knocks all Competitors Silly. CHARLES STRONG, Attorney at Law, Macon, Miss. Money to loan a ' snUs. J per cent, on funning r, !i (tin . EVERITT tc DOTY, Maridiin, Mist. H, l. J. BAR!, Macon, Mr, J. MAYERS CHAIR CO. UKI0H CITY, TEM. ;" I'M Indestructible Chairs 2 PATENTS (PENDINGl )iiMiiiiinniiiiiil ii.ni mm rIIICII means what it has always meant ''I Tht Harmonic Club. Miss Frances W. Minor entertained the Harmonic Club and a few guests on last Tuesday afternoon. These enter? tainmeits are always look forward to with pleasure, and in no wise was this meeting a disappointment. A most in terring contest furnished amusement, Mis Sallie Selleck winning the prize, a beautiful msdallion. The following musical numbers were given : Hnlut a I'esth A''nlii Misses Augusta and Sa Hie Selleck. Sonatu 111 Mmnrt Miss Jeanle Ferris J. Louisville, Miss., Nov. 6th. The above line has more significance to Mr. Jas, Hughes, of Macon, than to any other living wan, for on that day will take place the most eventful period of his life. He will be united in mar riage on that day to Miss Alice Lynch, one of Winston county's fairiest maids. The Beacon extends congratulations in advance. we are baking fruit cake for Thanks- giviug and Christmas. KOOERS & CO. rritt, Doty 9 Barnes, Attorneys at Law, MACON, MISS. Will practice in all the Courts of No.xul.ce and adjoining counties, and In the Mupreiue , m rQ an "The Other Kind", and Fderal Courts of the stiite, S-..y ; ' , ,, get tnetn tor you, nave no otners. Wi have fmiri(l it." In tln3 case it means that we have found out how to make a common 3 slat cane bottom chair that can't come to peices. How? This cut tells it, A green post and a dry round with a "knot'' cnt on end of it. Its pat ented, don't forget. Result? Inevitable. Must stay there forever. Your great, great, great, grand children will wonder how old this hair is. Cheap, useful, heir loom, ain't it. Jretty part Your dealer will Mr C, L Ileinnch will lie found j with aline line of Jewelry, solid (.'old ! baby ring, Sterling silver Novelties, j and nuadmble plated Ware of the best Manufactors. For sale by T- J. HOPKINS- Bstray Notice. The Nicholson Bios, have taken up on the Wingate place near Shuqnnlak, a yearling steer, solid black, marked with nuderbit in left ear and undcrbit and swallow fork in right ear, about a veai old. Who claims it ? Racket Store Underbuy Undersell FOR CASH 111 the Undertaking Department I am fully prepared to furnish any style or quality of coffin, and ft splendid Funeral Car just received. T. J. HOPKINS Macon High School No. I, for the Week Ending October 26th, PHW. Second and Third tirade. Mary Williams, Jlnwnle Uobinson Jessnlvy, ' Musy B. Colo Nelllo Holt, AnKie Jones, Jessie Norwood, .Mildred Minor Hubert Holt Itatlie llalfiicrs Jos-le UiililiiKon, Ksslo I,ee manners, Kthel liorroh, I.oylo (Shannon, Iiiilll Thompson MAim K. WoonwARii, Second and Third Grades, l.illle Molielbergor William Carter Harris (lllnioro Hessle Clement May limit Wyntt AURUsta Hinitli Willie May Kiililiisnn Charlie Itlohardson Masv Uav, Teacher. .it Flowed Ithli. , . I """by then n anv I i , j '""ii owned or ""'tersigncd. f tii" in i.. - be con- H. At; Gotoea 'chea. ;: eran,i Cry UUHTUB. jluee of 1 T "lind . are' Wl,Cre J'011 lUt Glass.,;, ",t0 "wortment c "l "f glass price,,, ."'inrioi,, Prop. S n Tobncoo. Mr, A. E Going, of Pleasant Orove, Ala., is on a visit to friends in the county and at the same time collecting and arranging business for another year. Mr. George Elkin, now of Meridian, Miss., was in Macon this week. He proposes to deal largely in grain this year and next. Boiw-Oct. 23th, Finis Carleton, Jr to Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Carleton. Finh has to answer the question, ' 'How the boy!" at least fifty times a day. A prairie negro had a row on the streets with another brother, and when arrested had a pistol, a big knife. deck of cards in a silk handkerchief and a set of dice. He was promptly jailed after a short interview with the Mayor, Church Notice. There will be a Congregational Meet log at the Presbyterian church on Sun day, Nov. 4th, at 10:30 a. in. By order if Session. Thompson's Straight Front Corsets at Klaus, NOTU'U. All parties Indebted to the citato of II W, Foote will please come forward and sett lo at once, us wo are authorised to sue parties Indebted and wind up the estate a ouc. lilt AM E A RICHAJIDSON. ttt-in IIKHJ, Notice, Old Soldiers The Walter Barker Chapter, TJ. D.C. is raising money to erect a Monument to our Noxubee Confederate dead and the unknown Confederate dead buried in the I. 0. 0. F. Cemetery near this place. On this Mounmtnt we wish to inscribe the name of - each and every Noxubee County Confederate soldier who lost his life during the war. We !wish all who have relatives or friendi whoe names belong en this Monument t send them to the secre tary at once as we wisn to give tne or der for the monument during the month of November so that A'e may have it here by onr next Decoration fjay. If we cannot get a good list of names we cannot put any on the Monument. Willie name send name of Company to which the party belonged. The names are to be put on wtbout any charge for same. Of conrse anv one wishing to mane a contrit ution, it will be gladly received, but if you send names to be put cn yon need not feel that yon are under any obligation to give. It eacn oiu soiaier woum ouuu the names of the men killed m his com pnny it will assist us very much. Ll'LA J. URIOQS, Recording Secretary. Fail Notice The public will take notice that my Foote bored-well place is posted, nor. 3, l'JOO T. W. BRAME. Center tables. Center tables, nil sizts anil prices t the New Furni ture Store. New Mince Meat. no v. 3 Rogers & Co. Torturing skin eruptions, burns and sores are soothed and promptly healed by applying PeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, the beBt known cure for piles. Beware of worthless counterfeits. T. S. Murphey. Schools Open. The county public schools will cpen on Monday, November 12th. 1UU0. S. M. THOMAS, Oct20-4t Superintendent. i i yiii.n on i a, n. TO MRS. ,1. II. WAR REX, My sister dear ! fain would I weave Thy lovely attributes into a wreath Of snow white iniinurti lies! Oh ! if my reverent love Could ilunie my tlioimlits to poesy. I would embalm thy memory, my dear dead, In Mowers nf sweetest speech, Whoso life would be eternal 1 No words of mine could praise thee over much t Hut I, who knew iliee long and lined thee! Well. Would tell the simple t rut it about thy bcuu- enus willllilllbonil. Tho' many loved thee weil, not anyone could know Thy modest deeds of mercy and self saerinne; The errands thou bust run In IMty's path; Thy ready sympathy with nil mankind ! Thy lovely life, like gentle prayer, Diffused sweet sense of blessing, day by day ! Thy patient, helpful way In household round, Thy kind and gracious hospitality, Thy deep delight In children and sweet Mowers, Thy brave, Industrious mother presence, Tolling with Love's supreme devotion Kor happiness of homo and iriend, Matla up tho sum of thy pure life! Oh! It is sweet to know that poor and ami humanity, W it li in i ultion quick, dnsp'd thy kind hand And knew thee for a friend ! We hear the sympathy of sweet words That fall, nnd rail, liko roses on thy (rave. Which balniB our bleeding hearts, And In the hush of prayer We foel thy angel presence near ! Not all our tender love, and need of thee, Could keep thee from the waves of Death 1 But in that solemn hour thy heavenlj J'ilot met thee Face to face, anii with thkk "crossed tho bar!" Thine Is tho Joy, dear sister ours, the rain! Kor us, the long, long days Wherein all old delights sit dumb and spooehless, The days that Memory pictures well I.Ike gems of Joy resot w ith agony, Kor all tho days when we shall hunger For sight of thy dar faoe, For sound of thy dear voice 1 Macon, Oct, won k. No other pills can equal De Witt 's Lit tle Early Risers for promptness, certain ty and efficiency. T. S. Murphey. Piease Don't Delay. gl have the accounts of my customers ready, and I respectfully ask that they be cullen for at an early day, I need the money to settle my bills. oct 27 lm. T. S, Murphey. A CARD To the Good People of Macon and Vicinity; I have opened a Family Grocery Store on the west side of Jefferson Street at J. L. Ford's old stand, where I will keep always on hand a fresh supply of Family Groceries Canned Goods of every description, Vege tables, Fruits in Season, Etc. With the guarantee to sell the best .quality of goods at the L W KST CASH riUCES, I. respectful, ly ask a share of puMic patronage. Sept :;iii. J. G. 1IMOX. VOl' K.OW WHAT VOI' .1111. I IK IX.. When you take Grove' Tasteless Chill Tonic, because the formula in plainly printed on every bottle showing Unit it U Iron nnd Quinine in a tasteless form. No cure, No Pay. .Vic, sSfSeud your orders lor all kin. Is ol K iilueky and Tennesee whis'sies to KI.I.IOTT .V IlUUKi:, wholesale l.inuoi Dealers, Aberdeen, Miss. Sec price list in this paper, Economize by buying your goods cheap for cash at tho Racket Store. We have never been as well prepared to sup ply the wants of our customers as we now are. Our shelves are filled with goods bought from manufacturers and others who had to have the cash and we now offer them to you at much loss than you can buy the same elsewhere. Shirts. The New Furniture Store is pre pared to knock out competition on all lines of furniture, tail and our prices. T. J. Hopkins. get TRESPASS NOTICE, I hereby warn all parties under pe nalty ef the law not to trespass on my Und known as the Scott place, between Panlette and Cooksyillo. oct. 20-ilt. J. E. Robbins. NOTICE, All psrtleslsdebted to the Isle Adsm O Greer will take notice that Letters Teste, mentary hive been grant' il the under gned. and they sr requested to come orward and py same, and save costs, as be business of the estate must be settled without delay. KoiUHTG WtKR. oct II 1900. Executor. The) On Day Cold Cure. Cold In head and tore throat cured by Ker. molts Chocolates Laiatlva yulnlne As easy 10 take M candy. "Children cry lor inein One Minute Cough Cure, cures, That is what it was ntae lor, The W. B. Corset, erect form. can be found at D . Patty, Oct 27. Patty Dry Goods Co OASTORXA. Br tis Tlw Kind You Haw Always Boujlii Our fall stock of matting is complete n all styles and prices. We cut mat in r to fit your room and cut the prices to fit your pocket book. Patty Dry Goods Co. Miss Sheltou has received a beautiful line of pattern hais and will be glad lo have the huliei call and see them on Tnesdry next. OABTOniA. TV. tf;J u at ,, i . ti. I Bowstlw wi'u ids nan Always wgm liiye vour order now to J, H, Wil liams and get the fancy lump coal free from slate and slack, the best coal to be had in Alabama. A large variety of Easels and pockets just received by J. F. SlIELTON Wall My line of undertakers supplies is nilopete. J. F. Shelton, LOST COTTON RECEIFT. S I.. Holt Cotton Receipt No. IBM, weight lliii lbs. made out D. Smith. All parties are her by warned not to trade for same. A. H. BUSH, Jr. For Rent or Sale The Marx residence, possession given at once. Convenient to both church and school. Address, M. L. Marx, 204 Adam St. , Memphis, Tenn. or H. Zimmkr.v, Vieksburg," Miss. Stationery. 1 dnz lead pencil fre 1 doz. penholders no 1 doz. pen points fic is sheets legal cap paper fic is'slieets fools cap paper e r, pelK'll tablets fie '2 ink tablets c 'J.'i heavy envelopes oe i.'i slate pencils oe carpenter's pencil 5c I'.ox paper 1 ' Pencil tablets. S X 12 "e School slates, 7 1 2 X 10 1-2 nc. Hook straps r' I.inen tablets, 8 X 10 loc Hardware. Hand Scales. 2oc size 10c ltest steel C irry combs' 2."ic kind loc (I l.eter brass ad lock 'AV Horseshoe rasps. 5te kind 4"e S in. Strap hinges luo Knives and forks, doz 4."c :) Hour alarm clock T.'ic. Day cluck, that strike and alarm.. ?2 " Saw tiles no S"iii' flat files bic (iood nail hammers i:s Carpenter's 'hammer, steel '-'"ic Levels -AV Ittitcher knives, .iOc kibd 'AV Tinware. Goodworkshirts... Fine dress shirts . . . 4 riv Linen collars Hand Hows Celluloid collars Hosiery. Ladies I'nion Stilts. Ladies lleeced hose . , Ladies black bo-e. . . Heavy seeks Dress socks 2rc A,c 10c . no . 5o 22 l-2o .... 100 . no 10O Notions- 2m: Too Tine. loe . TiC toe licit rins 12 doz. rice buttons 2 .pools thread 12 safety pins 24 smaller 4 papers pins a jiapeis needles New Knglaud Needle Ca: c, : price 2Tic, ours Much.rie oil, loe. size Oood Combs Hest Horn combs 7 t-2 in Hair P.rushes Millinery Goon Sailer huts Ladies trimmed hut from . .. . . llcautittil ribbon 3 in Clothing Keg. TiOc overalls " ,.ie loo . no . ria . fio , ."'o . no . 5c . So . r.o 10 Klc 2.iO , TiOe to $Ti.m) 10c vj. Jumpers .. Hoys' suits Hoys' n od pants. Hoys' wool pants. 40e f no nOo 7fe 2.'io epe An order bv telephone to F. W. Bransby at the depot will bring yon all the coal you want. If yon delay much longer you cannot get the kind of coal you want, Order now of J H. Williams while the supply is good, Swift & Co's Silver Leaf Lard is hard to beat, Call on J. O. Faser, Agt. Remember when you go to the polls November 6th, there will be a SUte Senator to elect, and A. T. Dent is the murine of the Democratic party of Noxubee for that office We wlilbe greatly obliged to readers of the Beacon, living near Macon, if they will bring us some wood. It is an indis pensable article, and should bi laid in before the roads get bad. Stops theLgough and works ft the Cold. Laxative; Bromo-QiilHinc Tablets cure a cold In one day. No Cure, So Pay Price 2S rents. jvr KAY NOTICE. Taken up by T. B. Nicholson. Oct. tOth, 11100. straying on the Wingate place in dis. trlct4, one black steer yearling, m .rked with nuderbit in left ear and undurbi! and swallow-lork in right. Valued at 4,50. Also, t .ken up by Grant Goodwin, Oct. HI. 1IKW. straying on the Wlngnte place in district 4. a red and while bull Yearling, with smooth orop oil eaoh ear. Valued at f4,fi0. The owner la requested to come forward, prove property, pay charges aud take it a way or it will be dealt with as the law di re"'. I'. T. KEUKIS. ,lov; 3t Coroner and Hanger. iteel Tor lavtr. Lit' in quickly result ia wrion, eomplit'. ... and the man who neglaeu hit l' l bblo regard for Health. A bottle j.?Jown' lr "n "Uteri taken now aud then will keep the liver in perfect order. If tht dlaeaM has developed, Browns' Iron Diitr will cure it permanently. Strngth and vitality will always Wlow iu um. wewn' Iron Bitters Is (old by all dealers. Wanted An experienced salesman for Mississippi. Line Plug and Smoking Tobacco. Address. Liipfert. Scales Co., Winston, X. C, I'. S. A. We have a large and beautiful line of Rugs, all new patterns, just as cheap as ever, Patty Pry Goods Co. A large lot of beautiful pictures handsomely framed just received by J. F. SlIELTON. STORE HOUSE FOR RENT. The thouse next to Griggs" Furniture Store on Malu street. Apply to T. T. Patty at Telegraph ofli je. MEN WANTED. We want a large number of men to work at our mills. Wages $ 1 .00 to $1.25 per day. We pay off in cash every month. Steady employmert for good men. Apply to J. J. NewsiAN' Lumper Co. , 9 29-flt. liattiesburg, Mis'. N onci; to m:ii rous. In Cha Noxul incerv Court of Noxubee Count v. The Kstate No. 22:14 of AdainO. Oreer Notice is hereby given to all parties that Letters Testeinentary was grunted the un dersigned Kxectitor of said Kstate on the 8th day ot October, 1000. by the Chancery Clerk, and all parties holding ilaiins against said Estate are requested to pro bale same with tho clerk of the Chancery Court within one vein- from this date, or they will he forever bared. Witness my hand this 11th day of Octo ber, 1000. ltOHKliT Ciikkh. Kxei iitor. s III KUF'S Sil t:. Co. The State ot Mississippi, Noxubee W. 11. Patty 1 vs. I Execution. , Money i. Barker. Hy virtue of the abovr-stated writdirect ed tome trom the otlh'O of W. P. Minor, Clicuit Clerk of said county, I will. 011 Monday, the nth. day at Nov. A. D., 1900 at the Court House of said county, within legal hours, sell by auction to tbii highest bidder lor cash, the following real proper ty which has-been levied on by me ss the property of said de.lcud.uil. ami mil be soul to satisfy said writ and all cos s, to-wit : The undivided one-hall interest In the north-half of block 27 nnd residence i.ud outhouses i United thereon, lying undbeiug situate in the town nf Macon, state ami county uloresnul. - W. I). CL.Mtli. t6 Sueriir, M fit tin milk buckets In " Galvanized palls Galvanized wash tub, 1 kind ... ' ' 7Tickiud. 1 gal covered buckets 4 quart milk pans til " " 12 lamp wicks Lamp chimneys Una I Strainers I. ii -e venetub'.e grat.irs .c HaMiiu; poons i' Lamp burnt rs 5o We have many bargains to offer you iu 1HJY GOODS, SHOES CnoCKEHY, GLASSWARE, .Ve., that our spme will not allow us to itemize. One priee to all. Our troO'l are just as good as your money. Give us a call and we will guarantee you satisfaction. liACKET STOKE, V. M. LAMEERSON, Mgr. 0. EUSH & CO., Fancy Grocers: We carry a full and complete line of Staple and Fancy Grcceles ofeveiy description, AND DEFY COMPETITION. We pay the highest Market prices for Chickens, Eggs and Country Produce. We make a specialty of California Fruits and Currants. Prunes. Dates. Cranberries. Eto. Etc. Every article sold under a Strict guarantee and must be as represented. Come to see us tit J. C. II. Jones' old stand. X" u i; . I KAOTOHS. Hlils will bo received at the office of the Chancery Clers. on or before the lirst Mon day in N'ovi mber. 1000, lor building of a bridge across creek between Chriatiau place and .1. H Billion's place, ai.d also for bridge 011 the Ames Boykin place across the creek between .1. It. Hinioin and Frank Sklnnc's place, said bridges to be built ac cording to plans ard specitications on tile n Ibis otiii'e. The Hoard reserves the right iinr and all bids. Z. T. DOltltOH, otiic-lit Clerk. E Ui.lUdlls Mi l il l:. Letters testamentary having this day been granted by the Chancery Court of Noxubee County, Mississippi to the under signed as Executors of the last will and testament ot W. C. Boss, bile, of said Comity, deceased. Now all persons buy ing claims against tho estate of saW W. 0. Boss, deceased, are hereby notllled to come forw ard and prove and register the same in the office ol the Clerk of the Chancer? Court of sitfl Jaunty, within 0110 year, othcrwisetheywtll he barred. i 'e.,iQ .1 itm. Oct. ! , 1000 Nkwtox Him.. Executors. T ,l WHITE'S CREAM'"" YVORMS VERRJIFUCE! I ') Mot H Qirati'Y. Ilt In OnsMT. i' For 20 Years Has Led all Worn Rssrsdies. i Mi'