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WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE St. ISM.
A. 0. W1AIT0I ftnkeerietiu* Per Fear. 92.00 [Entered at the P.mtofllc« at Pnrt Hibson, Mi*»., asfMMoadel**s matter.) Th# Nstioasl Convention. The National Democratic Conven tion was called to order at Chicago yesterday. lion. \V. C. Owen, of Kentucky, was made temporary chairman. A Cleveland victory is in the air. The Hill men have givon up in dis gust, but declare the ex-president has not a ghost of a chance in the Em pire 'otate. Gorman, Carlisle, Brice, and oth er leadors admit that Cleveland will secure tlie nomination. Whitney's tighres give Cleveland 6 üö on first ballot. 699 are necessa ry to a choice. In this estimate onlv 7 votes from Mississippi are included. The triumph of Cleveland will be f the rank and filo of the a triumph o party, mo advocates of good govor uient, honest administration, purity of elections and, above all, tariff re form, orcr a faction that has been a source of discord for tho j»ast twenty-five years. This is tlie i»eoule's year. Their voie» is heard. Tho politicians ami spoilnte* must take a back seat. Chicago went wild last night over an immense Cleveland demonstration. Thousands of men paraded the stieets and the enthusiasm was unprecedented. Tammany still sulks but will take the dose like a man. Everything i Cleveland, and delegates are maki a grand rush to get on the winning sid« The latest estimate gives Mr. Cleveland 1*23 votes on the first ballot The ex president will be the next pres ident. is ing Yesterday Kentucky followed the example of Indiana and Illinois and de cided to cast her 2ti solid votes for Mr Cleveland. Henry Watterson who had violently opposed Mr. Cleveland's nom ination declared the past thirty-six hours had wrought a complete change m his views and he now believes the ex-president can carry New York over whelmingly. No report to-day of Mississippi's fin al decision. All our delegates will be in the Cleveland column, however. They are doubtless sorry now the advice of the Reveille was not heeded and straight instructions for the winner given at Jatkson. But in the hour of triumph we can afford to be magnanimous. If these men desire anything from the new administration the Reveille will not forget them in the distribution of patronage The convention after organization Yesterday adjourned until 11 o'clock this morniug. His name shall be Grover. In a railroad accident at Galesburg III., four men were killed. It is rumored that Cliauncey M. Depew is to succeed Blaine a« sec retary of state. . Mr. Cleveland will be nominated. All tlie booms have collapsed except the booni-ta-ra. Heavy rains near San Antonio, Tex., insure a good crop. Rains at Colnmbus were of great benefit to cotton, as in this locality. The soup usually gets into the buul, but apro|to« the Hatch Anti option Bill we beg to remark that the future cotton bolt is in the soup. A lone highwaymen is still getting in his work out in California. Sin glehanded, but with a double-barrel ed shot gun, lie held up a stage and relieved the driver ol valuable ex press matter. One of the murderers of young Archié Colquhouu was lynched at McComb City Saturday. Two thou sand people witnessed the execution. The negro confessed and implicated two others who were in jail at Mag nolia. A posse started at once to se cure them. Ex-SouaU>r Ingalls ha* made the startling confession that he believes tbo southern soldiers thought they were right. The southern soldiers have always believed that Ingalls thought he was right, lie was com mander of the Chicken Coop depart ment. Bayou Sara is in hard luck again. A protection levee gave way a*. 8 : o'clock Sunday morning, and noon the town was submerged to a depth of from four to eleven feet. Its people are homeless, its bnsioei « killed and prospects almost as bad. The town was under water in 1890. 30 by Mis« Emma Schamhack, a Lou it till«, Ky., girl, it gradually becoming ossified. Tbt muscles about the bock, in the right arm and right thigh are already too stiff for use, and those of the faco begin to «Und out boldly. Cose* of (his kind are very rare. The eyes, organs of speech and thote of digestion are ex empt from the process. - She may live for years. Dallas, Texas, has been suffering from an epidemic of murders. In jail Dow are P. F. Miller who mar de red officer Riddle; Henry Biillei murderer of officer Brewer; Boulton who killed Aaron Titcbe; and Chat Henry who assasoinated one woman in Denverand another in Dallas. A mob assembled Friday uigbt to lynch these prisoners, but tbe sheriff resist ed them until after midnight wliei a heavy rainstorm drenched them so ! bolting hi v Ihrtt they departed. the THE ONLY COURSE. The acts of lawlessness and vio lence that hare kept this county in a of excitement for the past ten days are severely condemned by every class of eitisens except a few of those immediately involv* the to ed Whatever may be said in extenua tion of the original difficulties on the public highway there can be no poe sible excuse for the subsequent out rageous proceedings, the continued interruption of business, the com plete demoralisation of labor, and the infractions of law generally that have kept pnblic feeling strung to the highest tension. . So nearly universal and so empha tic has been the denunciation of mob rule, and so vigorous have been the means employed to suppress it, that wo beliere there is no clanger of an immediate renewal ot disturbances, even did not the sober second thought and the ordinary good sense of the liersons concerned commend a differ ent course. There will be no further trouble now. But what assurance have we that in three weeks or a month the entire performance will not be repeated? This is not the first time the commu nity has been terrorized. Is there no safety ? Are wo powerless ? There is a remedy. One heroic ap plication will effect a cure. It is not a question for argument. The law must he uphold or onr civilization surrendered. The grand jury that will be order ed next mouth should sift this mat ter to the bottom. a felt to the ed the of be his A NIGHT OF EXCITEMENT. Rumor* of an Attempt to Lyneh Tw« Prisoner* Arouse the Towa. is Port Gibson was thrown into a state of fresh excitement Thursday night by the report that a mob was on its way to attack the jail and lynch Le« Taylor and Clarence Car penter, the Uvo negroes under ar rest charged with being implicated in the shooting of Joe Curraway. Shots wero fired from different parts of the town, the court house bell was rung and in a short time a large nurnlier of men had assembled at the court house and jail, and were quickly organized, under command of Sheriff Walker. So complete was the organization and so advantageous the various place« fortified that a mob of hun dreds could have been easily re pulsed. The jail was simply un pregnable, while the fire from the outside could have been made ex ceedingly warm. With a view to preventing blood shed, the sheriff stationed pickets in Bridewell's Lane near the rail road crossing to intercept tho mob should it make its appearance and explain the condition of affairs in town. Men supposed to ho in league with the mob had been no ticed in town during the day, and left late that night. About one o'clock a party of horsemen, estimated at FORTY STRONG, rode down Bridewell** Lane and dismounted near the pickets. All were armed with rifles and ahnt guna. The tact that the jail was guarded and that the prisoners would not be surrendered without a fierce struggle was explained to the leaders. Aller consultation they decided to return home, declaring that they had no ill will towards white men and desired no difficulty with them. Their sole business was with the two negroes. The guard at the jail was imme diately informed of the appearance of tho mob and it« determination to return home. But it was thought an attack might be made later, and the men remained ou duty all night. The jail wa* again heavily guard ed Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights, and will be kept fortified until the law has taken its course. THE TRIAL of Lee Taylor and Clarence Carpen ter, set for Monday morning before Magistrate R. W. Mngruder, was postponed until next Tuesday, Juno 28th. This was rendered necessary by the non-appearance of tho wit nesses for the state. They all live in Jefferaon county, and tho sub K nas had been issued to Claiborne. sh summons were issued and sent to the sheriff of Jefferson. John Sanders. Henry Moore, Ned Winn,Henry Douglass and Stewart Hurd are the other negroes who will be tried at the same time. An order of arrest for Arch Car raway, tho white man who had the first difficulty with the negroes, has also been sent to Jefferson, and his trial set for Tuesday. The whole matter will be sifted to the bottom «ml it is the determi nation of the law-abiding citizen* of this county to see that no guilty mao escapes, be he black or white. The reign of termr that the post week ha* witnessed is carrying mat ters a trifle too far, and demands a suppression of lawlcssoess if it re quires the entire machinery of the state government to accomplish it. CIRCUIT COURT. Judge Gilland had already called a special term of circuit court for July 5th. The hAr sent him a state ment of the condition ot affairs here and asked that panelled to inv ccived Monday states that be will order a grand jury immediately af ter court convenes. NOTES. It was decidedly bad faith on the part of men who had attended the mass meeting Monday and decided to let the law take its course. The excitement frightened the la dies. They spent a night of intense d few closed their eyes. of him a tlie ♦4; of be of at If of the wc at to at pi C. a», to a « 30 by it of A no on the a grand jury be em* estigato. A card re anxiety an About four o'clock in the room ing ßandwiHw*» w<*re in demand, Glaibome get* the credit for the lawlessness when the majority of the men concerned are from Jeffer son. a a Much unjust censure ha« been heaped upon Sheriff Walker for is suing that circular. The truth ot the matter is, as he has stated again and again, five or six gentlemen de termined, upon cnllins the mass meeting, ana the sheriff is no morel to blame than the others. None of them hare tried to oonceal their connection with the affair. In the midst of the next cata clysm, the Reveille proposes to rise and ask who is to pay (or those cir culars. How would' it do to—yes, we'll present the bill to the first mob that attacks the jail. That may knock them out without firing a gun. J. D. Bridger was in town Mon day and when interviewed on the state ol feeling in the Brandywine district »aid the majority o! citizen* felt that a great injustice had been done in attributing the lawlessness to them, when a* a matter of tftet they disapproved and condemned the whole business. He said the pres* reports conveyed the impres sion that Brandywine men compos ed the various molts, while tho truth is very few people from that neighborhood were in the crowd. They had been solicited to assume the leadership, but when they un derstood the nature of the mission promptly declined. J. H. Shannon made almost the same statement last week A gentleman from the neighb* r hood ot the seat of trouble, writing yesterday, speaks ol the interrup tion ot his business by the recent acts of lawlessness. Ho says the crowd returning from Port Gibs | Monday of Inst week came rorr killing Mr. Walter Hedrick who was in the field with his hands. A ball whistled close to his ear and his men were stampeded. < n a of to of MATRIMONIAL. Mis* Kate MH1ba|i* amt Mr. John Campbell wed at the home of- the bride's parents near Harrtston next Wednesday evening. Several triends Irom Fort Gibson will go down to the wedding. District Attorney Walton Shields of Greenville, and Miss Sal lie Uaird married at Oxford Tuesday. A brilliant wedding. Twenty attendants, among (lie number Mis* Roberts. Tlie groom was a great favorito witii his dub men, the DeltA t'si'*, who gavo him ».splendid reception. K* 1*. Ransom and Mis* Islslicna Pond, two promiuent young people, were married at Greenville Thursday. Sec extended uotiee of tlie Colcinan Bcau weddiug on first page. At Baltimore tho marriage of Col. Ilenreich Von Stamp,ex-Ministcr from Denmark to tlie United States, and Miss Mildred Hammond, member ol a promiuent family, was performed in Green Mount Cemetery. Tho bride Storni on tho grave of her mother amt tlie groom on the grave of the bride's father. Sho is remotely related to George Washington. Groom's age ♦4; bride's 40. L. A. McFand, of Buffalo, X. Y„ and Miss Rosa L Wilson, ol Vicksburg, were married at tho house of the bride's parents Moutlay cveuiug. Miss Mattie Wilson and Miss Mary Rollius, of Point Pleasant, were bridesmaids. RELIGIOUS. Rev. J. W. Nicholson, the Jefferson street church, Natcliex, ttecaine insane nt Cooper's Well, last woek, and was taken to the asylum at Jackson. The Natchez Democrat noting the distress among Mr. Nichoteon's friends says: "He is quite a young man, a talented, eloquent divine, and during his stay in Natchez has made many friends- Ilis uffliclion came upon him rather suddenly, aiut is thought to be due to over study. For a short time past his congregation noticed that he had Itecome slightly absent-minded, but they paid little attention to it. On Tuesday last, however, his mind gave way entirely, and it bocaine necessary to send him awny. The latest reports from him indicated that he was getting nl mg nicely, and Dr. Mitchell, at Jackson, has strong liopeg that ho will soon re gain his mental equilibrium, which wc trust may speedily prove to be tho case/' pastor of Methodist A called mceliug of the Mississip pi Presbytery was in session nt Crystal Spring*, last week,To li censo Rev. Mr. Jenkins. Rev. W. A. Alexander,formerly a member of Mississippi Presbytery, has been elected to tho chair of Hebrew in the Southwestern ' Uni versity, Clarksville, Tenu. The vestry of Trinity church, Natcliex, has extended a call lo C. M. Beckwith, of Houston, a», vice Rev. Mr. DeRoasett whose resignation takes effect in October. Mr. Beckwith i* a nephew of the late Bishop of Georgia, and is a talented man. Rev. Joe Jones, brother of 8 am, has been holding a series of meet ings at Rolling Fork. As the re sult torty-four members were added to the Methodist Church. XL McCaleb. President Harrison's kinswoman, Mrs. Frances Smith, of this place, no longer count« on any more let ter« from home; her epistles "have been forwarded to hi« *i»ler," who can, if she will, throw sonic light on the lo«t inheritance which Mr*. Smith has been trying to recover. The announcement of the recent death of Dr. Wm. Myles cast a gloom throughout the community. His many friends here and in (he adjoining neighborhoods express the deepest sympathy for his be reaved family. . 0. Lloyd returnod last Mrs. I Our Enormous Stock Complete in Every Line ! Gall and. Inspect. IfcTo XtovlTdI# to Sliow O-oocio. Fine Une Shoes. Fine Une Neckwear. Fine Une Novelties. Fine Une Jewelry. Fin« Line Hosiery. Fine Une Htnrâ ll«u Une Une Shoe* Fine Line Silk .. Une Line Umbreijjj**** Fine Une Shoes. Fine Une Hste and Trimmings. Fine Une Veilings. Fine Une Curtains and Honm. FOR LADIES. Fine Une Dress Goods. Fine Lioe Dress Trimmings. Fine Line Laoes and Embroideries. Fine Line Neckwear. Fine Line Ribbons. Fine Une Towels and Table Damask. Fine Line Hosiery. Fine Line Novelties, all Une* FOR MEN AND BOYS. Fine Line Clothing. Fine Line Underwear. We send samples to any part of the sUte on application. Clothing made to order, and fit guaranteed, embroideries ready for inspection. Our sample book ofUc «md LA2. LEVY'S SONS, Leading Merchants. week Iron* North Mississippi, much improved in health. Miss Rena is still absent. Miss Undine Byrnes boarded the train on Thursday for Jackson and Vicksburg, to bo absent several week*. Quite a number of del - gate* were on that evening en route for Chicago. Miss Fannie Smith, of McCaleb, leaves on Tuesday next for a visit to Miss 8 uc Nelson, of Clinton, and on to the spring-*. Miss Lena, the young debutante ilauriitur of Col. M. It Jones, of Carlisle, passed up to Jack*on on Friday where she will spend a pleasant time with Irienda. Mr. Percy Itejran, of Rocky Springs, arrived from St irkville on Thursday, ala«» Miss Cessna from Columbus. Mr. Aug. McCaleb Byrnes, who has been absent in Tennessee In quest of health since his attack of typhoid fever, has been electrified by a Vasyar gill whom he met in Ilia rumbling«, ami now lurns Ids attention to that science testing the the number of volts a fellow in Id fix »in stand. He ia with the E --c tric Railway Co., of Memphis. Three fine rains in three succes sive days last week. Crops have greatly improved since. ' Martin. It seems that the Martin reporter has missed connection for a week or two, but trust the way is clear by this time. D. J. Cannon on his plantation Miss Lelia Patterson, one of Patto na's charming young ladies, arrived on the 11 inst and has been spending some time with the family of J. B. Mc Caleb, Jefferson Co. Percy R. McCaleb paid our city a sl.o -t visit one day recent y, wo think it was "one Sunday " W L Allen, A. 8 . Thomas, Thos. Hartley and Miss iennie Allen attend ed commencement exercises at Union Church last week. Thos. B. Nesmith, of Terry, was here a short time ago on a visit to his par ents He also paid a visit to Russurn before returning home. M. A. Price is putting up his gin and grist mi 1 near his store and is pushing tilings up lively. Sam. H. Price has returned from Jackson for the summer. J. T. Lewis who has been operator and depot agent at this plaee for some time is in charge of the office at Utica, Mr. J. L Walls taking his nlace here. Messrs C. B. and Jesse 1 1. Darden, Earl Nesmith. J. L. Griffing and the "Depot Walls" attended a delightful dance at Kussum last week. Miss Clara Nesmith is visiting her sister, Mrs. Wade, at Natchez. R. E. Griffing is spending a white in Harriston. Mrs. M. L Da Ain is again up from a short illness. W. D. Griffing and lady, of Ilaxte hurst, are on a visit to relatives here Mrs. Julia C. Allen and John I cotton blooms reported I, 11 ins ■ 4i , Marter were married at the residence , of the bride Thursday evening June 9, ! # s t I p p jr *. j at o clock. Rev. S. K. I oung officia ting. We ex tend, to the happy couple 1 our most hearty congratulations. J. L. Griffing and E Nesmith had business in Jefferson Sunday evening. Truite o'• Sm/e. Whereas, on the 6th dav of March, 18M,Mre. Harsh T. Jefferie» and Will tare T. Jefferiea ax ecated and delivered to Charles Chaffs, Junior, trustee, for the benefft of ChaiTe, PuweU A Wast, a certain deed of trust, on certain prop erty, to aecare certain indebtedness staled ia ■aid deed of trust as appear« of record in book of land deeds 8D on pa*ea 449 to 4ôé inclusive, of tbe land deed record» of Claiborne county, Mit-issippi, and in doed book Qq on page» 491 at aeqr. of tbe land deed record* of Jetfereou oonuty. Mississippi, reference lo wkuoh is here by mule; and wbereaa tbe aaid Cltarlea Cbaffe, junior, trnatee, has resigned and refused to foreclose aaid deed of ti oaf.und tbe said Chaffe. Powell A West have substituted and appointed me, tbe undersigned T borna» W. Smith, aa trustee in »aid deed of trust ae appearr of re oord in land deed book SE on pages 4M and 4U9 of said Claiborne coui.ly land deed record«, reference to which ia hereby made; and where as default of payment has been made ou aaid indebtedness, a..d aaid Cbaffe, Powell A West have requested me to foredoee said deed of trust, 1 will, under and by virtu* of the power vested ia me by »aid deed of traat, at or about twelve o'clooa noou, ou TUESDAY. THE Mira DAY OF JULY. IHM, at tbe door or tbe oonrt bouse of aaid Claiborne Oibaou, MiHsiBSiupi, highest bidder at publie outcry fur cash, tbe lauds in ClaiDorse county, MlaaiMiippi, des cribed as follow», to-wit : All of section to, township 11. range 4 eaat, exoep» 2434 acre« which runs into section S3, and exoept 69 1-10 nty, in tbe town of offer fur «aie to the run acres in north east corner of aaid Motion con veyed to Kate K. Jefferiea; also lot IS, and 11 acres off west end of lo» 4, in Motion 96. town ship U, range 4 east; all of aaction 96; also iota 4, 3 and 6 in rection 96; also lots 1, 4, 6, 9 and 3 of Motion 94. exoept 33 acres sold to Brady, aii in township II, range 4 eaat; atao north we»« quarter of mouou 37 aaid aootb «aa» quar tar o€ aotuh es*" quarter of Motion lv.towuship 11, nutge 4eaat; ah» went half of west hair of section 43, township II, rsnge 4 east. Bald lands above described are known aa, and It ia intended hereby to inelade a. 4 ooavey, all of the Ursen wood plantation and tract of laud oontammg 1300 aerea ; and also the lands in «aid Jeffi r*ou ooouty, Mississippi, described aa foUowa, «o-wit: TO* south aaat quarter of aa. - ball of «action is ; and frac tion 31; and waat tioswl section 43. Iom SO seras in the south aast oonaar thereof oouvayed to Joh.i Ptaaaant tnd w.ft; also two quarter secUoo# adjoining shots laud, all ia township 10, rang* 3 east, and ba tug tbe same laud oonveyed by William Tarry mid wifa lW », by daarl recorded iu book E on page M > f tae land eland record« Of aaid Jaffaraon county ; '*• S-ii ! I«-:.. - Remember! 6A! OA E. KIEFER >o C L l I X KEEI* M E The Choicest Fancy Groceries t Ï E T Postel's Flours y V IQAI OAI -AND 7 OFT* F H ». 0. £" LARD Always on Hand! I A E Ice-Cieam UTreezers l E -and D E Slue Enameled Ware# w E A I — sole Agent l c K| E CHARTER OAK STOVES j y .—AND :oai lAKM PRATTS FOOD. rW/. s' • id a-'si the oonth w<«t quarter *nd e*«t half | of north wtsl quarter of -ection 2W, »nd wret I htlf of nontli es»t quarter of Motion 90, low - • tip 10, range 4 eaat ; alan b>t«& 9 and 4 tu aectinn 4, in tnwiiahip-9, renue 3 eaat, I« ng a ii.v land conreyvd ter William Terre and wife Fefferlea by dead of date Norember , worded in hook E page 4<M of the I d leed record» of Mid Jeff« raon county, uinina 1*4ft acre» of land in aaid Jafft county, MiM»i«aippi, and le-iiqc bound -d north ! by Und* of 1* Jefferi.a, Elliot anti Whitney, j rad bv land« of Harden ami by Contentment t ee. »ontb bv Contentment plaee. and we*t ea'ale of John 8 Chambli ». It i* intended hereby and herein to include and coeirey all the land» described in a^d conveyed by three oar tain deed» of trn«t or mortgage* from aal« 8a rah T. Icfferie* and William T. Jefferie» to The Duudee Mortgage and Tm«t Invealmeiit Com pany, recorded io book 7.Z on page» 416 et Mq, in book SB on page» 277 et «c-q. and on page* 3d3 et »eq of the land deed record» of aaid Clal borne county. And »1*» all of the horee», mule«, citUe and other lire stink, and all wagon# and farming implement» of every kind and ebarao ter owned by aaid 8;irah T. Jefferiea and Wil liam T. Jefferiea, or either of them, which were upon the laud» and plan (at ion* above dearm lied on the 6th day of March, A. p.,lD®0, and all of Uie hones, mule», cattle and other Mre »took, I and all wagon* and Tanning implement* of re- ' charectre wiiMi **m *•"**• r - . Jefferie« m 1 William T. J»ff«nw, or elll»«r of them, may bare acquired and pul »poo aaid Und» or plantation* abov# described .print _ to day of Marefc, ïl^îAS : I »hall eonreyattäk) «*U only Mich utle is Î vested In me aa trnatee as aforeaaid. T W. 8MITH. Sabetimted Treated Port Oibaou, Mia»., Jane S, I8SZ- 4 Ice Cream Freezers, T/eserving Kilties, and Fruit Jars at laz. Zero's Son f. M J. Adminatvator'i Mot ice. I .et 1er» of artmintatrmtion of tbe estate of J. O. MoCts, deoauaed, were waned to lbs under signed by the chunoery county. Misa., on tbe SUt day of May, IVW. perenua lia vins claiiua awatwwt hereby notified to bave tbra registered aa required by law or they wUl be forever harred. MARY O. McCAA, Admlnls'retor. June «. ISM—4 court of Claiborne are Town Registration. Notice ia hereby gives that on Friday, July 1st, ISM. tbe registration books of tbe town of Port litbaon, Mia» .will bo opened and remain open 90 day» for iki proper regt» trat km of voters of said town. Tbe quallfioatlorw of vot era under tbe a«w unoa*itatkwt are: Payment of a.I taxes lawfully due for tbe 9 year» prior to February, IHM; ragiatratiou on tbe county books: able U> read and write, or Intelligently understand the oofwtitutlou ; two years' resi dence in »uue. one year lu dial not or norpor atioo where you Ihr« Fur other d. telle ere annotated code, IBM By order of Port Oibeon, Mias. of F. U. FOOTE, Clerk. Cut Prices ! We oflïr cet prices on our en tire stock. We are about to take inventory, and in order to re duce stock, have reduced prices on oil lines. Lax Levy's Sons. Shoes I Shoes l We sell Smith & Stoughton's men's, youths' and boys' fine shoes, recommended to be beat shoe on the market L \z Levy's Su>'e. ■ M • half | wret I - tu ng wife >—r—< the k—1—< north ! K _ j ^ ^ f 1 n , -Jill & we*t !u 2 J-X-J [H 3 the l*| jg oar- LJ 8a- 1 ^ The II d Com- _ ^ rl k. Mq, page* Clal - g and K /j j a Wil were lied [ r , of M I j re- ' ' N] p« r - . J w of IVJ y aaid K U ^ to t-^, : rTl is ■ • t: f s n Â n s 70 !! Î o 3! . ►. c I w 1 TA o j? V. ii m i Y kJ •?a h n S ken ft Sa/e. M B. Herman A Os ! Fl. fa. for fAS-V Intercut and w*K V* R. R French. J. T. Wilson, Jr.. I Pi fu. for 497 90 Interest ami costa. By virtu# of tbe a bora eseeution lo me di rected. I will, on tbe FIRST MONDAY OF JU J. K B. Frewcb. IVW. aa L¥, A. B.. MR w* site front door of the court house, in Port Oibenn, la liai borne eonniy, MlasÉwippi, sell to tbo biabea* bidder for ca»h, bsSwiin the hottv* prescribed by Is«, tbe foi hmteg deeertlwd land i A tree! of laud con taining fifty—even »ere*, bring a part of fraoS kmal auction 6, township II range 4 eaat, of Ute county of Ola;home, Misataalpp , reference being hereby made to tbe return ire aaid exeon |y. July of of vot prior resi ere Hon for a more particular description or aaid N. M. WALKBR. Hberiff C. A. FRENCH. Attorney for i'Uintiff SPECIAL NOTICE! Haring purchased the entire list of delinquent tax lands sold by the sheriff on 6 th day of October, T 890 , the title to which is guaranteed by the state by a special act of the legislature in February, 1890 , I hereby give notice that I have a few tracts left in townships 10 , ft, 12 , 13 and 14 . Parties desiring to buy land will do well to inves tigate. Call on me for particulars. M. LEVY. en take re aa irr of i. fine beat May 14, 18M-tf Installment Plan. Fine rockers, chairs, bureaus, wardrobes, sold on the installment plan. Buy your furniture from Laz Levy's £ous, I/d*ng ^f'chants * i a»;* Buck!«': Arete» San. The beat Mire i* the world lor isl*. Wwm • oreo, «1er re. M lt rlwnni, frvrr Mkt, chapped hand*, rtnlldoit» tw, taJsl «a eruption*, *«*d positively i-urre pitas, «r •* pv required. It to (gairreia*. «-.I o> jfiee pvvGiai. lafsclioit, or money tefuixM. ft*» » «•* per box. Par ask hr/. A. Mime m»rily W. B. Fulkerson, 1MSVRA see AO KM. OFFlUt AT Wm. CA» Phoenix Insurance, of Hrookly*, New Orleau* Insnntncc A»oci»tioSi ^ New Orleans, Georgia Home Insnrsnce, of Cd** bos, Georgia, Phoenix Insurance, of llartfonl, Mississippi Home Insurance,Vidal*! Aetna tnaorance, of llartfonl, Sont hern Insurance, of New OHf**s Kept 5th, 1890. (3m) iémmisirator t Mot**. Letters of ad»l»i»tra!ion of tba *•*•*• "^ Ï Will tain M y!«-#, «*e*a»e<l, were node reigned br the ehaoorrv *•■•< * home ooanty. Mi»*ta«ippi. o» M* »* *L. Jatte, IM«. Ail pereou. haviiw eta» said esUta ar* hereby noli«-« l* jj. registered aooordinp; to law, or . F. F. MYLES, A 1 ever barred. Laz Levy's Sons Handle Smith Sons' Gin Sud the best stand on tbe mai ^ 1 lone or short staple cotton- ^ For Sale ! Two eane-botlrea barber ctaj»- % a Urn mwd but are bi S"* cond"*» tok) a» a liarKain, eHhe r b M I |y. Apply at May II, IHM. ravaharfVdd* r^ferC—* Wbea aba waa a <M*M, »be 10+ Mwa. 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