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Magnolia, .lunu 10, 1890.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
• U atithori/,f'<i to announc«
• ■< for thi* M*Hprftivf*
t to tbu not ion of thfi *!«•
the U
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party.
f OU DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
i KIITII .JUKI' l AI. IIIHTUI'
K. II. KAT< I.IKK
FOR 8 TATK HKNATOR.
'or Sixth District, « ompOMv
of Riko and Franklin.
J. HIRAM MTGKHKi:,
of Franklin.
Kill REPRESENTATIVE.
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JOHN A WALKER
VV. V. I'opK.
I'. Iv quin.
W. I*. CASHEPY.
nut TKK.XSt'RKK
i PIKK OICNTYJ
w. Il WILLIAMS,
J. K VVOI.KK.
1 K~-.sK W, SIMMON.
JOHN* II. MILLS.
c. II ( VI K KN
X I HAMPTON
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SHERIFF.
K M.I.KK,
■ It Mill .ER
W. XV. I.K.IiOK.I J
K|{ Y KLERK.
! OK KHAN
\V. C. VAUHIT.
N. K HAU..
Kult U. KHK niK'tJIT Kl iKKT.
A. 1*. SPARK MAN
W. K. NETTLES.
h lit ASSESS« lit.
W I.. VARNA I H I
J< IHN H. WAKNKK.
( iov. Mc Lau rin has published
;i slat entent denying cm phat Daily
KDRSI I'KKVISt IK.
.a 1 tistrlct P X. SIMMONS.
XV. JAKK KoKTINHE KKY
k. W. tjl IN.
' 3 ?u.t ;tistiat 1 . 1 . !.. YAKliOROUGIl.
. 1 . PORT HOLMES
HENRY M.I.KK.
dial DUtriot S. .1. I.AWItKNCK.
Mil District VAN K I'ONKY.
fitit District K. K. PITTS.
FOR JUSTICE OK PKAt I à
XV. I, WAI.KKK
A. !.. l.AZAR.
Mh District
.Jilt District
'OBNTY SURVEYOR
KOR
XV M K. SIMMONS
XND DATK.
PKOPl.i
~ PARTY
Tic 1 iarctic 0 uutliurm'd to announce
XV. H. Hrknt.
as a cumtiilaic tot re-election ns u mem
ber of the Hoard of Supervisors from the
Third district of Pike county, subject to
the notion of the Pe te's thirty.
An American gunboat Inis
captured scvciul Filipino vessels,
believed to be blockade runners.
JudgeS, R. < oleman's assertion
I'1.1! lie promised to pardon I vu
Miller before conviction.
Heavy rams in West Texas
have swollen the San Saba liver
hériter than ever known. At
Menat' lville twelve homes were)
swept away and four people wore
Heat caused the death of
, m . .
Iho temperature]
lantie seaboard is hotter than it
102 degrees
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district, subject to nomination by
the 'democrats in primary i Inc
gent, industrious, enterprising
business man. lie has always
raa.iif.wled »„„draab,..
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discharge every duty incumbent
upon him to the entire satistac
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drowned. Twenty-five lives were
lost in that section.
persons in New York anti vicini
ty Thursday,
along tho north and Mid lie
In ; en for years,
i s general.
Mr. C. W. Quin is announced
in the Gazette today as a candi
date for supervisor in the first
Mr.
Quin lives near
lion.
llolmesville, in the northern parti
of the district, and is an intelli
in public affairs, understands the
needs of his district thoroughly
and should he be elected
lion of the people. He is a good
.aunn, a true democrat, and those
who vote for him will make
mistake.
ENABLE TO CANVASS.
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i Tho many friend* of
IK. Nettle*
! 'dork, will remember that about
: the first of May he had an opera*
; tion performed and that his at
! tempt to make a conviiHH of the
i county before the wound healed
f., M died in injury to the wound,
which necessitated subsequent
Opération-. At present he is ;
confined at home by his physi
&ääs su
to again enter the canvas*. No
candidate is more anxious to be j
among the voters than he is and '
J lie sincerely hopes his friends'
I will he patient
they will remember him on elec
Mr.
candidate for circuit
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and whether he is
AMITK POP FBI STS.
I'ursuant to the call of the
chairman of the people's party
executive committee of Amite
county, a mass meeting was held
in Liberty Juno fi. After being
j called to order, .1. A. liurriss
I wan elected chairman and W.
j I). Haziewood, secretary. The
! following commiteo on resolutions
I was appointed : 1*1. A. Bates, W.
j II. Griffin, ,M. V. I!. Newman
und I. A. Jenkins; said commit
tee submitted this report, which
was adopted :
Unsolved, That we, the peo
ple's party of Amito county,
deem it unwise at this time to
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nominate a ticket, but we still
declare our allegiance to the
principles of the people's party
believing as we do that there is
for the masses save
no hop
through a reform party.
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A GASE OF SMALL l'OX.
A case of small pox was dis
covered in a negro shanty in
■'Bleasaiu Run,'' a suburban
portion of Summit, last Tuesday.
A negro man by the name of Sol
Barnes, who has been working
with the railroad gang between
Terry and Crystal Springs visit
ed here, and took sick with the
disease while here. He was at
teiK.eu by Dr. Simmons, who
called Dr. Sample in consultation,
and the disease was diagnosed as
small pox. Bast Tuesday night
the negro was moved to the peat
house, a mile northwest of town,
a locality completely isolated;
guards placed around the place,
and a nurse furnished. There is
no danger whatever of any out
side!' contracting the disease. No
alarm, fright or scare in the least
was manifested by the public as
full confidence is reposed in the
town authorities and board of
health to successfully cope with
it. The board of health of Sum
mit, with the assistance of the
county health officer. Dr. Aubrey
guin, has taken every necessary
precaution, and they apprehend
; no danger whatever of its spread
further, but expect to stamp
it out with the termination of this
ou.-e. -Summit Sentinel.
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'nil- MAGNOLIA FLOWERS.
At
Ellin t Gazette : Passing through
the Tangipahoa swamp yesterday
I saw a fine, stately magnolia
tree, the eastern side of which
faced a road and field beyond,
and the sun. as be came out front
his morning fis tig, threw his
beams till noon upon the eastern
"f the tree, and nil that
j portion of it was roviTctl with tho
grand whit»* fUwors. tho Map
noUa , ir . lmt(1 rs ..,, ,
portion of the tree,!
it ' and made it look at a distance a- !
though a gang of swans
found refuge there.
of tho same tree, there state's
magnificent beech, so full
grateful foliage thaqil almost ob
seurea all the western portion of I
the magnolia, and hides it from
by the beams of the sun, keeping it
in shade from noon till night. On
this the western portion of the
tree not a flower was there bloom
| not a flower was there blooming,
; and till because it was not in
front was adorned with flowers !
• j white as the Camélia, only leaves j
Wl1 bedecked its western aide, {that
was out of fellowship with the 1
j k* n R °f däi'. and so the tree
1 flowered but on one side.
This tree upon its flowery side!
illustrates the humble Christian]
no J who, undisturbed by the world
around, goes out in faith to meet 1
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OUR
reduced PRICE.
we
/^IVI All
(JIN ALL
Summer =:= Goods.
Ladies Low Qnarter Shoes,. 40c|Lawns,... 312c formetly 5c;
Fall line Scrims 5c formerly 8c Orpdies,. 7 l-2c formerly 10c
10c White Goods, 5c. formerly 71-2
Ladies Shirt Waists reduced 20 per c.
have
j We Have A Few Of The Following |
I On Hand At The Following Prices, j
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Men's Straw Hats, must be sold if
Prices W'ill have any Effect.
A lull l.ine of Misses Shoes at Cost.
Lace-, Embroideries Rib
bons, Etc., at 25 percent reduction from regular prices.
We Have a New and foinplcte Line of Everything and Want
in Sell Thera Como Evervbodv and Leave Well Pleased.
Buggy and Wagon Material, All Sizes. Top Buggies
and Wagons Lower than Anybody in Price.
S- COHfNl &o SON.
the 8 on, who causes him to open
out all his floral glories and ap
pear like a city set upon a hill,
whose light cannot be hid. The
other, or flowerless side of the
tree, doomed as it is to dwell all
the time in a dark penumbral
shadow, where no bright lights
dwell, and no flowers bloom, re
sembles the church member
who has no real communion with
Christ, drinks in no morning ex
halations as they come exulting
up from the golden Orient, adorn
ing it witlt blossoms bright as the
inhabitants of heaven, and who
borrows neither life nor lustre
from the Son, but although a
part of the same tree; yet abides
in eternal shadow, cold and dead
and lifeless as the snows that lest
on Alpine mountains.
The tree cannot help its condi
tion, but the man can. He has
heart, and life and movement, and
is in many respects the arbiter of
his own destiny. He can love the
things of the world, and can
place himself in rapport with
God if he wishes.
I.et us all strive for the sunny
side of the tree, in order that our
blossoms may be brought out by 1
the Son, and that we may forever
rejoice in the licht and be crown
ed on all sides with flowers.
Tho Kirksville, .vio., cyclone dis
aster, says an exchange, brings
about another one of those cases
where a childless wife and hus- i
band died simultaneously, and j
the question is, who are the heirs, I
her people or his? The same ]
thing happened when the Bur-!
goyne went down, and has been
frequently a subject of contest in
English courts. The English
courts have usually held that in a I
N KMO.
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'Aide the properly. Almost
it 8100,000 i- involved in the Kirks
ville cnac.
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sea disaster tho matt, being the
\ stronger, is supposed to live the
i l inger, and consequently the
! property goes to his heirs.
such a conclusion does not strike
But
as being particulay sound,
It is best to take the ground that]
both died at the same time and!
i one
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The Electric Appliance Co.,
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|||i,|| (UIE ELEfTWf IIF.I.TS JAMS. I.XSflLHS, Elf.,
CURES Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, General
Debility, Female Complaints, etc.
H. W. Sandifer, HÆ . D.. Sole IxÆgr
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For the counties of Pike, Ijncoln. Copiah, Simpson. Lawrence, forington, Ma
rion, Pearl River, Hancock. Harrison. Perry, Jones. Smith, Jasper, Clark,
XX'ayne, Green, and Jackson. Mississippi, and the parishes of Tangipa
hoa, Livingston, Ascension, St. Tammany, and XVaahington. Louis
iana, and the entire State of Alabama.
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WANTED.
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LETTER LIST.
List of letters remaining in the
postoffleo at Magnolia, Miss.,
June 7th, 1899: Mrs. C. Fairchild,
Mr. E. D. Genrett, Wiley Mor
gan, Miss Ruby McDaniel, Miss
Celia Stall.
Columbia Grove Co., R. M.
Beene, T. J. Bolger.
S. K. Travis, P. M.
Postal cards: The
CASH FAVORS.
.J. S. Felder
J. V . Atkinson
J. W. O'Quin.
J. C. Willson
M. Russell
E. M. Newman Huron.
fopisaw.
. Chatawa.
. Tylertown.
. Osylca.
Magnolia.
J. O. Simmons.Walkers Bridge.
T. E. Tate.
P. X. Simmons
W . P. Andrews
.Osyka. j
Mogul.
McComb.
R. B. May.McComb.
P. E. Quin.
Sandifer & Rimes. Walkers Bridge
J. T. Young.Baton Rouge.
J. D. Hieb .
McComb.
Magnolia.
. Osyka.
McComb.
Tylertown.
BN. Yarnado
J. A . Richmond
W. B. Davis
XV.
lit the case of the state vs. Ju
lius Parker, Alex Gill, Alonzo j
Gill. Gage Gill, Otto Bamber and
Pete Cleveland, charged with
conspiracy and intimidating E.
V. Preston, superintendent of
the Banner Bumber Company,
the accused appeared before the
i district court, at Amite City,
j Wednesday, and begged leave to
I withdraw the plea of not guilty
] and enter the piea of guilty, with
leave to file exculpatory affida
j\its, which plea was accepted,
I Texas, after
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Fur Sad:.—A number of brass
j hand instruments at a bargain. I
^ ■ G - Box Bl. Ma rnoha, Miss, j
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D". Blount, health officer of
a conference with
I the Louisiana health authorities
1 raised the Texas freight quarau
| tine against Now Orleans, except
! household off
I for second hand furniture and
its, and will proba
j bly raise the quarantine against
passengers,
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SHOES
SHOES
SHOES
SHOES
SHOES
SHOES
SHOES
SHOES
SHOES
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Shoes of all kinds, at all times al
ways on hand, new line of sum
mer shoes, now arriving.
Ladies Low Quarter Shoes
from 50 cents to $2.50
per pair.
Jerome Ford,
Magnolia, Miss.
XV. M. Hampton. Pres
P. H. Enochs, X'.-Pres.
X\ r . A. Gill, Cashier,
Magnolia Bank
agnolia, Miss
Directors— XX'. M. Hampton, P. H. Enochs, Thad. B. Hampton, John Hough,
J. H. Price, XV. A. Gill.
-A/mtlYorizecl Capital, $30.000.oc
-A. IBnixlc. of XDeioosit. XDiscxtunt, 0 me t SSnns>,
Baillv: Sjoeoial .Kv ! !ouxtlo it G-iven to Ool
iectiotis. *XAKe s >lioit Tour Account.
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In connection with my stable, I have a nice hearse, and will
I attend burials in town and country when desired,
j A special loxe for horses, fifteen years experience in the busi
; ness, plenty c t stable room and first class stock insures my patrons
I »»fy bw t attention.
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J- B. Gatlin's
LIVELY ÄND FEE1> ST Rhh'Z,
MAGNOLIA, MISS.
Residence and Stable on Same Square as Williams House.
Personal attention given to horses left in my care day and
night.
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fcö"Good saddle and harness horses; buggies, hacks and
drummers wagons, always in good condition, for hire at reasona
ble rates.
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ÖOOT ï SHOE MAKER
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With 20 years' experience, I am now prepared to do cheaper '
j an d better work than ever before. Repairing shoes, harness and '
1 cx'erything in leather a specialty'. Terms C.O.D. Sewing
chines Repaired
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