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. ...An V omliJi'" .li''!""""''" . . ....t-urr. IUi HI'"" ., , I IMMK ,i. ii. mill ihi. Auiv 22, 1903 i',M EN IS ,, t ml.. .,,iic I li mil f Hi' rol- lil" action of iiiii"r' T. PI, VI'. ..-.lit 'lir"r I I. Jit. " i'iiw. c. patty. K. a virrr Z.T. I " 1 KUDU ,.f"r Tllll- ,vai:i;i:n v. mkwart mVTI.IOI!. f VIM h' 1 '" ' ' vv. r. MINOR l"""r" VV. II. ii"i..im.. IV. W. Mel.KOn !,irrii" Ilrrll J ; , III I I.e.. Wll.KKKSON, imp' ,IA' MP" (tiirnlloli ;. .lAI'KSON. vinor, Mint. 3 M. V. FlilDAY. K,,. (1, PAGAN liiiirl'f ' J. M-.. .r. i i . .;. ,1. W AI)K. mil, W) I . Ml Mil' -1. ".I. II. I'oHTKH. mllic ' il"' 'i '" 1 VV. ,1. I'llKI.I'S. I. I . M ITU. , , lii i r... A'o. !1 earing Sale Rummer Millinery at MKS IIOOl.l-'S. I, to Ik sold regardless ut to make room for Stock. 1 flw If '.11111' comity Mr liotiil'jlly ,y ; to luy hoimIs f,(1--!(l, . r, ! Moluntsand lir:,.!,.v :ir'j ,,. in the w. primary fr railf,., '""''"' M,-Ii,W;H ;,..,,! (.,, federato fol.1i.-r. While ah , priscner in Cm:, ,, he, ,,,., J other kuII:,,,! eWlf,,l,,,ltu ,,ik. t'. f mom St. Allmn. raJ.l. with n,. ,,, twn of involving the United s-at,. ; , wai with England, and they c, v,rv near accomplishing lhe result. For this art he and all the who.-who liartn'uateil wit), Him were exemntf, the general amnesty proclamation ;'.'., by l'residenf .loh.ou Mr. llrailley was third in the r,,. ;.. his own (Ilisj rnunty in the lirst pri nmiy-Mcliini, e;elii,-. fit-kc-tt i Ullll I ll-lld Inir tl.;..i .. ' --nu'civ the to-I people of Noxubee cciiitv will t ,',. down an old Confederate .p,,,. w,m has made it good ollieer fr a man who failed tos.ttli(...,ilrsei,ientoriiisowi, neightmrij, citizens of the s who knew him well S-.vntu for John I). Mel,mis (, rail roail commissioner on the iliih. VnTKIt. A Card. To tin- Ynl. n of X,nilio- nmnli: I hays been informed that a report is being circulated in Noxubee enmity to the effect that I have perVP,l notice n several parties whose trust leeils 1 hohl that lining they yolo for W. I'. Minor for Bhoriff ami W. V. MrLeml for treasurer inthe neeoml primary I wonhl eiOBH them out- I want to hraml that italeinent, if nueh m heinr eirenlileil, n. an infamous li out of tlie wlnle cloth I am not intcrfste.l m either the raeep nientioneil, ami certainly not to the ex tent ol persecution. I conceive that very man lin the right, ami it u hi? 'luty, to vote an his conceplion of the hest intnrfita of the connnuiiityilictate. I wonhl atipreciate very much any in formation a i to the author of Ihi re. port. I make Huh Matemcrit , not to influ ence votiis for any man, but to .-et my elf rlL'ht with my fellow citizemi. Very irnly, J. 1'. Stovai.i.. r Kailroail Coiiimissioncr. A Card. I'MIKIIIL ccssivc chnroci "I I.. Ml .Mill r. i'i.ak Siu: 1 wiili much R. l""'ts jvl.u-li I ;i, .ecttino ivm ''tni't tn tlic tflW-i that V"' will win (Mlt ov(.,. A1, i'Ui"- As C!i;iin,m ,,1'iliM Alitr ,,;,m" n.itp I', vi.,1,1 Assdciatiun sf.v it woul.l uivc tin- neopk- ''.CtMMMl.'liohlto,,,,,,,, tllf k-li-:it.r M,-. Mdnnis. v '""IH'tKin.ihlv li.'is tU'lo.-i l cl ' V( rv -HV tliissa tionhrm n, t" :i relit I' IVmn the cx- "n.mus ns ;a jiri'M'iit ! v tlic niilncids n pr.iposf.J ,-, ,,1;,,, )V wlldl ,)Ur I'll'-s could lie i-fdiiiTd. Mr Mvliims s.'dd the sclicme was ali ' i.lit ;uiil could lie done. When we met the Commission, how ever, m Jackson he changed front 'urn knocked us out. It seems to mi' that so lono- ;is Wl. have Mr. Mi'lmiis on the Commission, and especially as Chairman, its a case o the railroad wins and the li.'ilatiee of the country loses. I 'I') hope yon will he successful as I have reason tohelieve you will, and some other localities e;ni ;et equitable Ircitrlit rates as well as Meridian. With best wishes, 1 am, etc. Wai.tki; Wi: avkh. To Ihr. Vt,r,.f S.Urr ,,,,,.. At my reipiesl the I'.kacon )uh lishes the above letter from Wal ler Weaver of Columbus to R. I,. llrailley, which fully explains the animus ol the opposition to my re-election. Mr. Weaver com plains that I refused lo;ratit the Dctiiion of the Aberdeen Croup. I bey; to say that the Hon. A. ). May joined me in tins refusal, Mr. Kiueannon of Tupelo beinu: i lie only commissioner voting in I ho allirmativ vow 1 assert without ( . -n i i adiction, that I Triiulile has lift n qnile ill this T.u'.h .! oi-i i.ih, ' ' ti High Art. Krcarliest pickings of the I n 1 1 : 1 !'.'!' 1 Fall crop of II A KM IXSI'RHl) : lies jn-i ' 'pi ned for your tdioii. We will from to time add more to the YOIWU.Lami I w;n ii. a the Smart i An i.- ncatsai'e Irust !v i- ' t:.r friend t o the f, Tiic i 'i ij.icv -itar-' ' i'lred cents for you invest. V ll''!.. 'parr-., ictioii .1 to ;ilvvay.. ill ill !'! invited make v A kc.JF 1ST t4. ;it once KLAUS. 1 1 "NT IS.UTOWH. - : - XiiMihee Ciilinlr. 1 ' ai-i :;.l, loo,'!, : ' '' ilril Proposals. ' I'h Ik ot I hi liniire "' ' !,ml'"! for Ho. tie '" "I Homl at the Pom 'i"' l-'i'li il iv of Nmvoiii ' cl iviioil to he eilhei ' ' ni l lo he I'eet Inn;'. 5'. i:!i I he above I win re ' "I'ii'i' of the riiim-erj ri'!,i, a. m on Mumhiy, -!. I'.HI.'I. ' . T. Itnioaiii, ( h rk, i: I. I.. loi;noii, ), !, ciiMii.s,NI,:i!,7SAIJOi - !l)ll-K.i,,i V..M,, '."'illl-llill 1 3' Ol ... ... llillUlM filer a- ileipii i ' fur m f li ,-, nor ! ' I.. r liir!, Ploin,. Ii l i In i In f a H'llillOl- I lle I'f :l l. r .1.. .... ' i,i .. ' mi' v u'iii(-ei-) ."'il ":ui . """Ten In the ," JI'. al Ihe Am-,1 T., ' a Df """"'i si.,.o,r ,., ; ,";; 1 "il, ..the nn,lersine.l. "lll.nu ii,,.' !h.l,"y f Sri)tmbr. A.n. .Hi' iidii 1903, . - .'en u UUICK u. in. ho . ;, ' "'ill- at the wel "(' ,""',15" Mi'eoi. III said ' ,. , .' '" "I" '"Rhest bi.hler lor : 'i'i iti.;u of the le) ihe In'. ' ''' l'"l;,t"- t0-"''": i:iiT(;''0 .eo,ner of nw ,(Uro "C ... hiihcO III. Bllll.llL.i """iv. n,i.;,. , .... Hu ll, ..I....... J ' "c I Ii- lollniv; lie- 'I io n eoi ner nf xiiiil 111.(1 ( llnr.. Hieiiee South 2IH) vanln. i lll:lr. " ol , ,' , ', " ,"" North 200 1 1 ';' . ' 'yanlMotheheKimiinif. ,f - a Section 111, Towimhip i,,,,, " wiih ,,11 nineliiiieiv )'n J,V''7V''', ""' 1 acres "lo,l,. '-"I Tract." '"k'r'ivMi " llle "i-1inn ol .aid "" Mi l i ',"'-v "" ,,lx!s niccsneii '-phi . l',t'"' the rend. ''I'l, ll!i'i,",SPS'''i"" tfll' K'vcn Ul"lyof Anirust, A.D.llKtS. "'ri,nin mi, I Sneplnl iw.. .w ti: f on" o i i oil 111' i ! ; !,: ii, to. Iri,:l : To tho,e who nav for the oflice of rimary , ' JjneMi my ft.' latino. To i no I -.rial, miv . will or on;. !'' tei. every m.i n exi'icieil ami espies imliviilnnl jml.nent ami honest convie tinns, havim; in view the be-t interest of his people ami State. 1 feel that I tnaile a creditable race under the eir 'innianceH. I win pl:v ieallv unabb to make the canvas that I did make, as T did not enjoy a wdl dav or honrdiir in' the eampaij.'u ; I wan almost asfraii. 'er to ,'i lar'e majority of the people ol the district when 1 entered the race, mil owin:;to my limited tiin I failed tr meet n In rue per cent, of the voters. I have no complaint to make, but accept 'he verdict of the people (jracefnlly and eliecrfnUy. A Rain th'UikiiiLr im frieml throughout, the district, and aiiiiT-; tliem that I have a heart-full of rati- fiid" for eaeh of them. 1 to reri.iin Very f r uly . J vs. r. iin.i.v. Mix.ei Mattie Boswi-'ll and l!eflif Moore r f Shiiipial il;, Misi , and I'Mna Ford of S'llem were the faict a1 ilieSiuitHon hou'. la-.t week and at' 'ended the instilnii Mies .Monream: Ford are attending a'.'ain Ibis week. Miss Alice May has relumed t Mllsblllavillc, We llll'lel-lailil sin bus sold lier sluro fni'nil ore lo Mi-. Filiimc ( 'oekiel ('apt. . 1'. W.i '.;'. of Ciuwford. was m Aho'iMl 1 nosi tay . Messrs. .lo1 u bo'I and Will Nnek ils were ill Nbe iiii Thursday am; nidi iv pint worms in their colain Misso ( Iciiroi i and l'eiirsiui Me- bood of !!r nl:vil!c visit d relative n town tins 'V'.-k. Mis Mm y 'f!ioiiii--oii, of Ciaw- (ird, is visit in.: Mr. F. lb T homp on faitii'y. Miss Main! Cole is at her pitnd- uiotlier's iu Macon. Mis. I'ere.v Kallil'f and son Wil liam of r.irniiiiehiim and Mrs. ,I..M. lidwai'ds and son Henry, ami Miss iinie , May Gibson of Jackson, rcnti., caine up from Shuiiril:iKyo.s- tenia v and sicnt the day wi I). Owens. lii'iissio-.oranted . 'kol aiit, Macon, ' o' t oa all other towns .. O. is. Is., would 1 .ii' been tributary to the " jicrdeeu ('.roup," and their t rade either destroyed or forced lo pay tribute to the Croup '"mis, Macon and Noxubee i.c ; t - v.ts to Mr. May and nvsc 1 . sli iietiiiu of this :.C1C Will ;. permit u of Willi of the lb i i Hick Hi. ' In his i i known Hi " one-fifth i chiii'iictcr 1 neighbors in Hinds 1-1 ind Melnni: Comment i ti rs ol tins countv s itcli. ai ;it the behest 'caver, who lives ant i t ' u 1 his henchman, i nty where he is " r reived less than cite, A man's i t- res amono,' his i ' t a dley received J'iekett, oOl o sarv, U' I N MS Mrs. Mr. Joe Harper, who for many rears lived in Ihissection, died at the linker place on the hill east of Macon, Inst Friday Anil. 1 !- He ,- i i was a Louieiieraic vi-iri.ui, .um was so really enfeebled liy old aire and inlirmitics he was not ible to do much for himself. The . i ... i U',.l,.,ll. remains were laucu to iniiiiu.u for interment. have po-e oi . FOR SALK. hunt till) cords of wood to dis Now is the time to secure your winter supply- 'i,IIII RT' NOTICE ! POSTED ! Teal notice is hereby fi rvedthat, al .. .. . r 1 frt.. hnntini? on the frame .caoon i ly known ns tht Orififfs plaee) is (in Mnlin "0OU:'ls 10 tiled with the clerk .SftAV.8EPTRMlk'i i.i. . s,'lCn,n,''!''ns keeplmlnre. tini ii. "" " icciiirauonii .. Hie ori ,ira rc ii, ii i .... ' Ullll f s . ' .uMi.vi.u.n iovtit" "siilxo .eoimty, Miiw- iT'Lv. I,i,'ki'"ville rand rrom m'l.v." 1 A1"6 " '' VVIiutou " m' i . Mint ,..,.. ..r ...i.i i .. . i' ... nun iiiifii ol the town of l, e" .... hi, II .iip'iae liu.it ".1V'!i ,,B let hy the nTrt oil I,,,,, 'in ilny ol Sept. llKI.'l. JfwiH- ,,; '! Illliy olll.nln i.ni.l.n ..'.A ln ' ami nivlori. i h, mnkintr upi'M-T j Miner or ine nnnr.l. """HOH, 1. C ',UK011' Ultrk' -irictly prohibited. I. C. Rohert Physician and Druggiflt. Ford Stnrseoi), a prominent drug linn nt Itocky Hill station, Ky. , wrile : ' 'Wo were requested by Dr. (J. B Stins ley to sand for HERBtNE for the benefit of onr custoiners, We ordered three dozen in December and we are glad to iiiy Herbino has gjven tnea rmt satis faction that we have duplicated this or der three times, and to-day wa K'v your salesman another order. We hejr to say Dr. O. 15. Snijjley takes pleafmre in reconnnemliiiK He: bine ' ' .ri0o bot tles at ,T.li'. Jones' drns store. ....... - - - 77 ...... il ... IL.aue DnuflM ilia imn ( I mn H niM uuumii n y7 nit nun. i - '" S M SI Mei Mrs. Mr, Ie;-.: ' n o is c taiiiinu' this week Ik. s siei M" 1,'lctiicnl of Tuscaloosa ami Aii Warren Stewart. Mr. la iu'st Noffsinoer and Mr. !.. A. Nicholson are both siek at Mr, Richardson's. Mr. Walter Patty is in St. bonis and busy in buying his lall mil winter slock. Mr. Julius Klaus is the Imyin,!' man of the A. Kl.ius this season, nid is now in .New York selecting a larj.'C stock. A Worm Killer ,1. A, ,t. Montgomery, Puxico, Wayne Co., Mo., writes: "I have little twin ,'irls who have been bothered ,vith worms all their lives. I tried every -'hin,"; to rdieye them which failed until lined White s Cream Vermifuge: the irst two dosea In on lit. four worms from me of thein, the next two doses twelve, me of them measuring twelve inches; . he other child was only relieved of four worms. It is a most excellent medi cine." White's Cream -Verinifne is .rood fi r children. It not only destroys '.vorius it helps tile child to perfect a'owth, wards oil' sickness. 25 els. at I . F, Jones's dm:; sto, e. CAHTOrtlA. TI. U J U ... II. 11 ft t. F'or Sale Cheap A second Inuul surry, vvaon anil loo saw, cheap for cash, or will ex change for slock. For further infor- ,.....! ".ii:..- niation appiv ai oi,ii uu sone. A ne;. 22-lm. 1 I. & C. and A. & fl. Scholar-hip. Notice is hereby iriven to all per sons who contemplate tipi'kY1";.' mi' Sehohirships in either of the above institution thiit there will be an ex imiiialion for vomit; ladies and draw ing for yomifl men at. the County Stipt's. olliee in Macon, yalunla.v Ailfl, 2'., 1 !H)d. The yoiiug ladies are requested to he preen t at ! a. in. niiil yoim inen at 10 a. in. ci. i. iiiomas Co. Supt. Ed. Mrs week. Mr. Albert F.-mt is at home. Me lias accepted a position in (lnlf Port. -Mrs. W, T. Connor has had Miss U"th Hainbriek as n etiest Ibis rveek Miss Myrtle Coleman has not well enough to j;o toiler homo from Mrs. tiiikey's. Mr. ',d Tripled lias returned from Southern Mexico, lie says it is rnngh living down there. Miss Willie Ford Thursday evening entertained about ten couples at Flinch with refreshments. Dr. Mcbaiiiinnf Fayette visited Dr Clement this week. The doctor enter tamed a few friends at a musical Wed nesday niidit. Mr. J. F, Ames is in St. Louis buy ins a stock of groceries which he will open in the house one door north of M ui phey ' t drug store, Mr. bee Marx of Memphis has been in town several days. It is nine yeais "inoe he left Macon and bis school day friends weieglad to meet him. Mr. J. G, Robertson's fever has id most disappeared, and his friends will be glad to bear he is improving. Thanks to Mrs. John I'anlelte the Beacon's household enjoyed baked pears for a week or longer. They were fine. Mr. Leo Cole's little son Leo is recovering from a spell of malarial fever contracted in a caaip on the Iiigbee Uiver. We sympathize with Mr. and Mrs. A. McDonald in the misfortune of their littlo son, Ingram, getting his arm bro ken on the 11th iust. . from a fall off a mule. Ingram's many friends will be glad to know he is getting on nicely. el f-'l U I? tM-i fPjI'n GT.i Sp Look!!! At our stock of FANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES. We have everything you want as o r m CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST, 2J-.M and don't forget that. Come and see us. m M I .Vim. V. Rogers & Co. M m rt-,--.-T fJ-M Rife IT 1 ' r ( - i I , - I- ; ! . - o .i tn 1 1 ;, iiLAi.;, ir ci:'!;. i AT Ai.i,i,.ri,r i-u - ioisn-,. y Fir 1 J. F. Jines, LJi3) Killed near ShuqualuK. ( lay ton Jnrihin was found Thursday near Sliuopialak in an unconscious condition, ly in; near the railroad track. lle died yes terJay. It is supposed he whs struck hy o I rain. Mr. Clem Uiland is in Macon, just from Greenville. He reports good prospects down there in spite of the late season. Mr. j. A. IHnsmorewasintown Thursday and his crop report is the best. He thinks hehassixty five acres that will make a bale to the .acre, if the worms don't strike it and he hasn't seen anv so bar. He may make it; he is a good farmer, good worker, has good hand, and hashad pood tea sons. Brooksville Jottings. The all engrossing theme of conyersa tion tin week is u-nrin.i. Roth army and boll worms are said to be at work on tin promising e itton. We suppose onr peo pie need to he kept hnmble, at leasl there is always something to prevent them from being too rich and proud. Dr, 8. A. Steel closed hin services nl the Methodist church with that mastei piece of eloquence, his lecture on ' 'Pio neers of Methodism in America. ' ' Ev ery one present wih greatly edified. The two residences Mr. G-. L.Crymes 's putting np are rapidly Hearing com nletioi). 'tr. T. J. Hopkins is to occn nv nn ,r ; Dr. blatili y the other. Mi. J. it, '"aiic ou gone tu Soiitti .'''-iii.a to st ' Lid '-ii "'iiev Mil oliier relatives. AJi.rMi.n so''vjosely roa fined at bis business he i-1'! 'he nec-ii-o.' change and rest. ' Mr. Antony Whitfield of Colnmbns was with his f iends here Wednesday, In the long ago Mr, W. was our station agent. Doubtless he noted many changes since those days Mrs. Dowlingand Mrs. Appling have returned from a visit, to Mr.Chas.Dowl tug's family in .Meridian. Mr. Sam Tito visited Columbus tins week. Mrs. Ir. Terkins ot Crawford has re cently been Ihe guest of Miss Annette smythe. Mrs. Mnllny, with ln-r chilken,"left last Salurilny to join hrr husband in Welumka. l. T. Mr. Molloy lias sccuredti good posi thin there, Miss l'letiie Tale Is tit home from u visit to relatives in Colinnhus. Mr. (ieo. St. Jnlm lias gone lo work here Mis mother is'to congratulated on having f 1 1 111 at home. Mr. Hudson, the brother of Mrs. Harh Nuekols, who Ins been here for some weeks returned tn his home In Louisiana Wednes day, taking with him a car load of line Mississippi Jersey cows. Mfe did not learn whether they were for private use or for speculation. Misses Pattie and liuth Hunibrlck parsed through Wednesday, one going to Mneon. the other coniing frnm there . Mr. and MrsO.Y. Cosby and their guesl Miss flaston, hiivo been visiting Mr. G, AV. Cunningham st his beimtiltil country resl uenee at Hlghee Valley. The party from Kolola Springs is at homo again. They say they had a flue time In spito of rain and sickness. Mr. J. S, Coleman Mgr. of the lioll saw mill for (,'. S. Bacon it Co.. of Grand Kapids Mich., made a business trip to Wahulak, last Sat urday. Mr. Coleman has tendered his resignation to take effect Aug. 2!Uh, and will go on the road Sept. 1st, as a salesman. We wish him much success, Mr. Abraham and Karl Adam? will return to Alabama .sometime soon, where they will again put in their time as traveling salesmen. They perhaps will carry two or three young men with tliem. Mr, Thomas Stowers has been on the sick list for the past few days but is now slowly improving. M r, Joe Hell, will probably make a pleasure trip to Oetibbeha County soon. A Card. To Uli P,-(i),lr f SnJllhrr ( loll III If. Having been nominated at the pri mary election as the party candidate for THE CHARTER OF INCORPORATION of the SOUTHERN STATES TIMBER LAND COMPANY. AltTICLK I. U. T. Heard, L. Marx ami E. V. I'.aliaril ami their successors, together with ail per sons who may hereafter he associated wuh them, in accordance witli the provision hereiualter contained, ure hereby created a body politic and corporate under the name and'slyle of "Till! Soi"i iikhn siai ks Tim men i.AN'ii Co.miunv'' for tliepurpn.es and with powers hereinatier enumerated. Said corporation shall exist iitel have sue. cession under this charier for a period ot titty (50) years from and alter Hie date of its approval hy the Governor of Hie stale ot Mississippi. ARTICI.F. If. The capital stock of nulil Corporation shall he lixed at fifty thousand ;:,'). iimo ,i. bus. AltTK'LK III. The domicile of said Corporation shall he at Itrooksv illc, Missiiept, v ith a l-tn m:!p o'lice at in tlic state of .Mi-s- issippi, and at such other plm-i's within and without said slate of Mi sissippi as may he necessary lor the proper conduct ol the im--iness of said Corporation. AltTICLK IV. The purpose ot said Corporation Is to buy and sell timber lands or any oilier real es tate wherever situated, cither in tin: state of Mississipni, or elsewhere; to buy and sell timber or the ni'inufaotured product- of timber; to develop timber or nthtr kinds ol lauds and to aiamihieture timber into luin ltt. or other nroiioets and to il l miv or all Senator from the Kith district. I desiie ot hui-Ii things as the agent of ollicr-'a- weli to thank my friends for this manifesta tion of their confidence, and to say to them, and to any citizen of the county, that I would be glad at any time to have their views on miy matter of interest to the people of the county, and to di-cu-s with them legislative measures which would be beneficial to the people of this Senatorial District. Matters of this character can be better formulated now than when the legislature is in session. Yours ti uly A. T.'Dent. The Beacon and Mr. Billion regret there wa- a prrngraph left nt of h's cajjl thaking the voters of Paillette, for their vote was the best he received in tin; county. Americans Again the Winner. The race run Thursday' was won bv the American boat the nee. At 3:rp. m. thcSham wuhiLev.'. her rival being a!, ait two n iles in tin. lead. 10 h? rock NOTICE TO CONTHACT01IS, The clerk Is ordered lo advertise for ,.,u,l nrnnnsals I'or building n bridge , t'liini Cieekon Ihe Macon & Mem- this roml itc cording to nlaiisund specifica tions now on lile in the oltlon of the Clerk of the t'lmncery Court. Al.nlor ne.'iled monosals for bi.ihling a bridge on the l.evee on the Mneon & l.ouls. villa I'liml according lo nlniis and specilica. lions now on me in : . u. v..c. icompis,,tlea yonng man anil will make a 01 IUB VUMUic J From Hashuqua. Rains are regular, crops are fine and fortune seems to blossom on every vine. The Baptist protracted meeting is going on at onr church this week, Our pastor, Rev. .1. C. Eaves, is asisted by Rev. Woodruff. The M. E. church will begin their meeting. Just across the line, in Winston county, on August 2d, Mr. Geo Haynes passed Hway from this life. Mr. Haynes was a good citizen and will be missed by his many fiiends. He leaves a wife and a number of children and a host of relatives to motirn his loss. Little Affie Goodin, daughter of Mr anil Mrs. Rieharil Goolin. died the 10th inst. Mrs. R. E. Otis. aftr a three weeks stay with her son, T. II, Otis, returned to her home at Yellow Creek last Monday. Esq. ,J. E. Sennett, candidate for supervisor, was down frcm Maslmla- ville this week. Mr. Sennett is an no. Akn fur sealed monosals lor Ihe delivery of 'JlKI loads (containing one cubic yard lo the load) or Iimo rock on the llitiion road, between Harrison's Stone place and K. S. Skinner's. Plans end spceiliciitlons Tor same are now on file In the olllce of the Clerk of Hie Chancery Court. In lei nrdanee with the nl.nvo 1 will re. ceivc bills for each of the above contracts until Monday, the iln oay oi nrpieinuer, A. P.. HKW, at in ovine a. in. Ily Ollhr Ol IIIO lloarn Ol nupcrvienm. ' Z T. Doitnoil, Clerk. Jiy I. J.. J l.HI.en, I', t . good and consistent member of the Board. Mr. II. C. Chancellor says he will make com enough to do him for three years. There is no doubt, crops ure better than they have been for years. Help ns to give thanks and rejoice. Three cheers for good crops, one for Big Bud and a half for Mike. T, H. Cs:$3.?.::tiyii W. S. Baily. i O. True, Texa-. wtites; "My wife had l.p a rnfferiiig fiv" years with puralysis in her arm, win u I was persuaded lo use Ballard's Snow Liniment, which cured her all right. I have also used it for old soies, frost lutes and skin eruptions. It does the work. " 2"e, flflc and SI bottles at I. F, Jones' drug store. Marshal's Sale. I will sell in front ol the Colirt House ill Macon, on Monday, Sept, 7th, ltxili, in legal hours, all of block F, oral depot ill Macon, Miss., for corporation taxes die thereon, amounting to t I.PD, Owner is uukown. J. T. SAIIGKNT, augi'i-'it Marshal and Tax-Col. is on their own account. AltTICUv V. Anil for said pttiposes sjild i 'or ,iora t ion -hall have power lo aifpifre. k.iM, ow n aiol disjiose of proierty. both real iind p. r-or-al to erect saw-mills and plaining toi.i-: to build, construct and operate ban. wav er railways, or any adjunct neee-saiy in the cr.tnplption 'ind operation ot a moo' i t. saw-mill plant, and to do siu h other bti-i-ness of a similar nature as it tniy elect to engage In, not contrary to the laws of the state of Mississippi. To conttai't and lie contracted with, to sue and be sued in like manner as natural persons. To burrow and loan money; to take mortgages or deed- o! trust titnl to execute the same. Ilinav have a cjrporate seal which it may use to all- -t its corporate act'., and it may make all need, fill by-laws for the roii.lu.-t 'of its business. AUTICI K V I. There shall he a Prcid"iil, Vice-I'i'c-i-dent, Secretary and a Treasurer of suol Corporation, to be elected at the lirst mi el in;r of tlie stockholders, and by whom tin y may be elected annually theivatlcr, and n.i oflici-rs shall hold over until I lie election or iplaliiioation of their successors AKTICU-: If. The nntuaecnient of said I 'orporat int shall be vested in a Hoar I of 1'iiwtor-. o. be elected at the lirst mee! ing of tlie sto, I,. Iioidcrs. ;md elected aimii iliv ihetcaftei'. .ill d ireetors to hold over tint il the ciectioti or iiualitication r.f their successors. DyseiKorv wured Without the Aid of a ; 'oti or. TOT) 1- The Ideal Summer liesort LOW HATES VIA i 1 1 1 l''or full iiil'oi'inaf ion writo to J- N. CORNATZA, D. P. A. Memphis, Tenn- V ORMSl VERraiFUCE! (... Art u ti. -. 1 . j - v o.M!i ) KV''H.y FOTTJaiy , rcr iu izzn ni tea en nerni A8U'3a. ouaiuj I ti r,l AM i is.xrcvcwiM'i-Si. I frrcpnre,! l.r . ff:Z F. f: ALLAF;-", St. LOUIS.S mx rrnij7 (fx f i , 1 V.. 1 - ,'1 Vr'i'Jl 1 'a !' -I'-r.'i rtf f M ,.-. 1 h rtlrt,,.. 1..,. V" 1 1 'I'll 1 11 J ie-i Ii I s tl, I'1' -si' lo T ess till, II proUtlM.7 ali OlUt.-OMOUi-t!i.,. .,-. inar 10 A.-r w:ri. WHV? s 1, en o 1 t e f ,t lol LatJ n o' no u. 1' t e s 1 1 ! ) U11 quiroae. or t: at cejc v n. nerrii -1 i.Miniei Don't Do I:. It s Uaniiftroos. Il la.'i". at a" nec-Mui;, c.ue:i. lu,u;i,u, K.:ant-.9 r " 1 1 IJERBINE P rm rf MrtTurfA, jf, ffl ( tr 1 Faro You von si til" spot a' !'r,",-, uev ill f S'tti- , w-'ll giv . vi ill' head-. -3 :n Your Bonnet? ... j yr.-.r head Ti:: . ti,-- i A t"""- l"its yon in 1 ;: "n;,s i! and it ib- r ::' ";ii!y it can't tn i!;' W : :;vn anteo it to en re on 0 j ay, Don't s lffi-r to-mor-",'dc or to 1 1 ; f y . if you are I'll fell yon chat" we'll do, "n back yo'tr money and 1 " too. oll bv J.F.. Tones, FOIIYSHOmTAR siopsl-'ie cd'jf hsnc. hpnls lungs Fair W nrning. No bot.ti! 1 r .oh'ii-'.-e '.-is. , a. .'.,.- ,t owed mi any land own., I or cmii, !.'.! I," uin!er-'';:iii ,. 1,. p.. .',, - 1 i's, iioyj:i-tf w. Ii. tri.t'. pr. Airs. Fannie I. Cockrell AGENT FOR Had. Wood's Corsets and Skirts. AI Toilet Ar ticles. A Miss Alice May's unit after September. , from a !' !i -Ho'; A. ;': "I Ho. 'St lii', riui' ' tdysemer"'' ner, a well known m.r ' ml. U i""'--mond, Tenn. " I nsivl one : H uy, rle of Chamberlain's Colic, Oiulei.. . 1 Diarrhoea Remedy and '.v.ts cured with out having a do-jtor. 1 consider it tin best cholera medicine in the world. ' ' There is no need cf employing a doctor when this remedy is u'l. for 110 doctor can prescribe a belter medicine for b.iw el complaint in any form, either for children or ;idults. It never fails and is pleasant to fjake. For sale by Edw. M. Mnrphey, Macon, Hamilton ct Meek Brooksville. A V'jwj 4 --..' WakcS, ti:-'1 !jip! tys st'.'it E'adder Bigt.t Court Pretermitted. !t !;.;' :r r..- tiett th r-;nlw August 1- r:o o: '-."'r. (. a;:'t of X-siiobil "'in' --, 1.' !, v:!' ; ro d'!y est !.-! into th tint of an 1 i-whar- is the boiling of the i"- "i'av August T-rui of the Cir cuit Court of Noxubee ounty; It is th -for" otilerel (the Car of said eoniity re-iuesfingi that the r-an-l.-u Augnt '1'erm of the Circuit Court ;" ''. f., Xoxui M'.. con nty 1. and is here by pretermitted ; and in lovn rheieof n S"i-"i il Term of siijd court for said ont.'ty is hereby or h-re 1 ro beL'in on ties third Monday and 2 1st day of rieptom ber, A. H ., I:"1'!, a:i 1 continue so long as in, ..-,i jjjav r-ipure. 'i"!'"!'-! to'- ::s dav of T ily, A D. , :i :. (i. tU'.i , Julge. A ti"c oopv of the original order. -A ;t !-t. i:'" l. W. '-!;' , Clerk- hi I M bit' At e Your Joints Open. And free from pain, or are yon tied up like a bunch of grain '( litis rheuma tism, agonizing and intense, got astride of the medical fence ? Well, Para cami'ii sweats, 'tis soo hing and cool, and doctors wilt tell you 'tis the only rule, sweat it out, 'tis the only wav; to get Instant relief tiy it to day , Sold by J. F. Jones. Jlellilotus Seed. I have n large quant ily idTiit'lli lotns seed for sale. Apjj'io or ad dress. J, A. Ifnsiiioro Aug. l.Vlm. Tc'Lcoil,Miss WaNTUD A young lady operator at the Macon telephone exchange. Ap ply in person. Macon- Electric Tei.kpiioxe anglS h't and Water Works Co. fOIEYSHONEPIAH ' Cure Colds; Prevents Pneumonia SAFE AND DESK FOE SALE. I have for sale a Hall-Herring-.Marvin iron safe, and a good writing dis'i, Apply to A. l'MIl'SH, augl-it Maioii, Miss; It lute H 1 I v ano :n Xo'.v YiT- r- f Tail ( D. R.d iC, I ia,cii;t?oa tno uacket t.-st , iind at the same time v aii'l complete; line of up-to- fs our stock verv much ,.,- ninks larger ami more ci.. '.it DRY GOODS. i- h ' rc he newest and 1 fancif We are showing al! tb latest thingos in mercer;: ill kind', in white or col fee most !.. unil !:n" e' D ima':, I' qu.-s, l.awns liatisfes. f)jm n;,.s. (1 gan lies, l',.r,..,lM, Madrases, Caiioo. ete. , ever shown '11 M icou, ij)(.,ts t"l! : Pri.-e s. r"Marr;..';;-3-:.s Onr trauo illy Urge, aict o, - - , is well as ! bnght s!')0') worth '-: h'lV" S( !,P 01' '00 !,. er'-s ,.ver -lioc-11, -ind W. Cls tool : tnllv ;w.i,-,o Wll'hs tf'ct cheaper than othei., you pro'os on tl'-' following MILLINERY d ed'., vl v 1 inches), p'e incites. ytird yard We h lV" br the 1 ate-i stvl untritiitiie 1 -ehir.'ons at! I lirstc! '- to ' of :h- ! . Ktbboo. -are ili-po-: profit--. Your- :'i if !t "'t'lt! Mi," 1 w We 'i!-o !i iv" ,a fall and complete lino .f -siioim. shelf Hardwire, Tinwire, 'ri 1 i.orv. Ve '"-e ;ni agents for STVM-IC!) I'AT'. I'RNS. Ail vv.. ask :s 1 -i: -., j,.v v a oov liue m l to ' i;n '. yo;i jo id s. W, are ii'? we can ; avv von tn It is a pleasnre i r us j to show vim g ,;ls whether yon !nr or not .ealing and the very lowest prices, riie Backet Store. VJ. M LAMBERSON,, Prop. ''" ".""- - -1 ,... . p.. , n 11 n MnimMtw.aniaMiMnftn.ii daiiiiflii mnY tfli' 1 nrypaew, r pi w nrrn tv.w rn in .7 " - 1 - i r. . f- - 1 r- '; 5 ; . i , J WHS positively euro any case oi liMnsy oi Bladder disoaso not Ijayoiiil tho O-odi of modiciiio. Mo moiiiciiie ami do more. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CUBE strengthens the urinary organs, builds up the kidneys and invig orates the whole system. IT IS GUARANTEED TWO SUES 50c end $1.90 Passsd Stone and Giavsl With Excruciating Pains A. H. Thames, Mgr. Tills Creek Coal Co., Buffalo, O., writes: "I have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years, pass ing gravel or stones with excruciating pains. Other medicines only gave relief. After taking FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE the result was surprising. A few doses started t' ,? tnkk dust, like fine stones, etc., and now I have no pain across itv V inevs and I feel like a new man. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CL'KE has done mo $1,090 worth of good." ffo Cher Rcrsdy Can Compare Wiih It Thos. V. Carter, of Ashcuro, N. C, had Kidney Trouble and one bottle of FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE effected a perfect cure, and he :4a Oleic is no icmtuy o.ji wui compute wuii it. .' SOLD ND RECOMMENDED BY i.mmmiln ' " ""' '