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UOGAL HffPPEMIHOS
Mrs O..S. Wlllet, professional nurse
]Os 2 in
Hattiesburg. M»ss.
Capt. Grassett, traveling repre»en
tative of the Greasett Music bouse
of Meridian, is in tbe city circulating
among the musio loviDg peopl* for
which Hattiesburg is noted.
FIRE INSURANCE, GASTON.
FIRE INSURANCE. GASTON.
FIRE INSURANCE. GASTON
A peculiar coincidence is the fact
that within the past ten days there
have been visitors here prospecting
answering to all the following names:
Byrd, Hawk, Crow, Snow, Summer,
Fall, Winter, Frcst, Day, Black,
White, Grtsu, Black, Blue, Brown.
Kohltnan & Co , >f Mobile, AX, will
ship you 48 fail h ilt-pints of "Old
Coon Rye," the best on ihe market; t
he price, for §7.50, delivered afc yoi r
station.
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ti!£ INSURANCE, GASTON.
INSURANCE. GASTON.
INSURANCE, GASTON.
Our horns candidate for state 1 bra
riau, ills* Dora Haney, is receiving
many flattering letters from proraiii
cut people all over the state pledging
their influence to her, and, to eum it
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At Jkoblman & C'o.'s, Mobile, Ale,
fca can get a ca--e of fonr full quarts
of whisky for §3 00 , a case cf eight foil
pints for $8 50. or twelve full quarts to
the case for 19.50, or twenty four full
pints for $9 00.—delivered at any sta
tion, all chaigts paid. no 10 8 t
up, bsr prospects seem to b* the most
encouraging. Thera is on# thing car
tain. if Hiss Dora is elected she will
most ertditably meet every rsqaire
m«n» cf the position and render the
most marked satlrfaetion to all.
Remember that in sitting for pictures
at Pitts' studio, you get front 4 to 0
extra
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different positions without
charge
flv - 1 rooms
1,000 rack
j. F. Mcorb.
Two new residences,
eaeh, ou River Avenene
Terms e?«y.
Nov. 181 wk.
FIRE INSURANCE, GASTON.
TIRE INSURANCE. GASTON.
EIRE INSURANCE, GASTON.
Most For Your Money.
Wlmt svsms onglit to interest tin
publio more thnn ai.tiling vise )
the pabjtot of getting the most i'oi
their money, and W. W. Massengah
is tii* m«u who can ]uit yon ou to tli
scheme and he can show you how i c
is don* without leaving his store t ;
bunt an example. You see, he Ins
th* goods—stacks of rhem for th
matter— and he lias got to move, aid
(loseu't want to move any of the-o
goods, preferring to sell them at ju- ;
any old price to moving them, eo now
your chance to lay in your fall need
and get them at prices so low as wi!i
The time to act is now
surprise yon.
The place is AlnseeDgale'e.
Moral.
Go there.
"r was taken severelj sick with kid
ney trouble. I tried all sorts of med
Cr;r.YL'iofl, r :r' i E> < ^c
ters and determine] to try that. Aft r
taking a few d-ises I felt relieved, and
soon thereafter was entirely cured, at !
have not seen a sick day since. Ncig
hors of mine have been cured of i;h< n
For a nice rigor cheap horse, go to
J. H. Ellerbe's stables.
Nov Hi (it
NOT A SICK DAY SINCE.
matLm, Neuialgia, Liver aim Kidn
troables and General Debility." Ti. : -J
is wliat B F. Bass, of Fremont. N. C
writes. Only f»0c, at Bufkin and Caden
head Druggist.
EMerhee's Stables
For a nice rig or a cheap horse, go
to Bllerhee's #tables
nov 17 - 6 r
Beauvoir lo Open
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18th wy* that a meeting of the board
of director* cf th* Beauvoir Soldiers'
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horn* h*s been called by Secretary
T. kl. Henry for Thursday, Nov.
ar 10 o'clock, in the auditor's office in
This meeting is
The Biloxi Daily Herald of the
for the
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purpctj* of corapletiDg arrangements
for lhs opening of Btauvoir to old
appli-!
Jnckion.
and disabled Confederate soldiers on
the hist of December.. Tim
cations of the old soldiers will be re
ceived and a genercal plan for taking
cave of thsiu mapped out.
rectors wilt ui<o investigate tha work
of couttaetoi* who aro 11 akiug t't*
uecesinry improvements and addition,
to Bsanvoir, so the comfort of the
soldiers who occupy the 1 cm? will be
complete. The director* v i> 1 in
all probability -'urmalatc thier pro
gram for turning over the ptrperty
by the Son s uf Veterans to the state
of Mississippi, when thn legislature
•asssmblee in January."
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I YELLOW PINE REMEDY*
FOR
WITH
Conghs. Coble. Hoarsness ami iTan'y bronchial trouble* which
some on ut ttiis season. This m dicine v.iil not only cure a
cold aodtcoiigb, but it will rv,i*ve scarness, a tiokliug Sanaa
lion of the throat at right, and ni»kei. tin; patient rest.
Our Guarantee.
Fodr 'doses of "YELLOW FINE REMEDY"' for soughs
will do more good than a whole bottle of any olher cough
Price 25.cents a.bott e.
syra*JJHB^
Tucker-Greer Drug Co.
Beaumont Notes
Beaumont, Nov * 20—Wire along
the main line of the Mobile, Jackson
j & fcujsas City is being pat ap be
i tweea tbie place and Lorrel.
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Section houses are being built here
by tbe railroad company for section
imnds.
W. F Green and family of Leaf
were guests of W. M. Carpenter Sun
day.
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Miss Laura Clarke has returned
after a few days' visit to Laurel and
is teaebiing again.
Rev. C. M. Breland of Merrill will
ureacli at the sc boo 1 house here next
Sunoday.
W. B. Overstreet, a popular book
keeper for Overstreet & Griffis, at
this place, Ins been out on the main
line of the M. J. & K. C. prospecting.
Harris' Circus
\V. 11 Harris Nickle Piute Circus
arrived at 7 o'clock this morning over
the J , M. & I. from Madison. The
sh -w pitched its tents on the Gudtnei
ground on south Main Street and th*
usual crowd of eng-r spectators saw
the uuloaoingof tb* wagons and the
raising of i lie tents. The show Queues
direct f'om the south, where it spent
the winter, and the nurses and otbei
livestock seemed greatly to enjoy the
feast of fresh clover and grass to be
had at the yrounds. The show is «
northern institution, bnt has been win
tering in the south for a number of
j wars.—-Columbus, led., May 5. 1602.
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MANY OLD VETERANS
I Hive Wide Application to Enter the
Home at Beauvoir Which Will
Be Opened December 1.
Spenial to the Daily Progress.
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inve been received by **c
'!'. M Henry from indigent
v, ho desire to enter
hone to be opened at
the first cf December
.T.iHnnn Vn
pHcatious
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•x-CoiitV derates
tiie soidiers'
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Beauvoir on
The h rd of 15 ; - 1 --- $ met last evsn
eon tract for the
ing and awarded a
urinftvto lie*used at the home, and
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within i few days all will lie in readi
ness fiii the opening.
SEW COOt RECOMMENDED
l o Legislature by Attorney General
Wi'liams—His Suggestion Will
Probably be Adopted.
Progress.
-Special to the Daily
Jackson, Nov. 20. — Attornoy-Gen
eial Williams, in his biennial report
to the legislature, makes an urgent
recommendation for a new codifica
tion of th 0 state laws, and it is qnite
like !7 that the suggestion will be
nd»i| ted by the lawmakers, as the
pres nt code, which was adopted in
j fi almost worthless on account of
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ments made at the rarious legislative
v'.-sio
WANTED
(JUie young lady night operator at
Nov. 16, tf
fe'opt- vc exchsnge.
For photographic work in the most
.veil sfyle of the art go to tbe
novl7-6t
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Pitts Studio
Try a gallon of Kobhnan & Co.'*
'•Old Coon Rye," price $2 00, delivered
at your station, all charges prepaid.
Add res- Kobluian & Co , Mobile, Ala.
NOTICE.
Bv virtue of the power conferred on
me as the duly and legally appointed
9nbatltnt ed trustee, in a certain deed
of trust executed by VV. W, NaJl and
Jesse Nall to D K. Hemoter as trur
fo g(>(Mire an j n(le btedne*8 in favor
of Hawkins & Company, therein men
tioned of 1175 00 and int.-rest,—said
deed of trust dated August 19, 1601.
and record in book
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and 81 of the records of deeds of Perry
Connty Mi^isrippi: and puisuant to
tbe provisions of said deed of trust,—
delnult having been made in the pay
t.i th- imieb'ednesssecnredtbere
by. principal and interest,) 1, the an
dereigned substituted tru-stee as afore
aid, willdi Monday the 7th day of
December, A. D 1W3, at the front doer
rf ihe comt house in the city of Hat
tiesburg, Perry county, Mississippi,
within lawful he lire, proceeded to sell
;.t public cut erv to the higliest bidder
fiir cash,tbe following described land*
embrace! in and covered by said deed
f trust to-wit:
I he NT 2 of the N VV1-4 of Section 28,
l ownehip 5 North, of Range 12 West,
in jVrry connty, vississippi, together
wi h ;he improvement* an! appuitenan
there to belonging. I wilt convey,
mly-nob title a« is vested in me as trus
tpe^j Itough such t tie is believed good.
Tii ■ the 14th day of November, A.' D.
cos
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J. F.Moore.
Substituted trustee.
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To their Sideboards and Buffets,
To their Leather and Wicker Chairs,
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New Orleans,
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HA IN IN A & KALMBACH
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Manufacturer* of Iron Beds.
S acitv 123 Bed* per day. Twelve Different' Design*,
to Dealers Oaly. -
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2903 to 2923 Front Street.
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2904 to 2916 Tchoupitoulas Street.
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STATE'S BANKING BUSINESS
Has Been Unusually Prosperous the
Past Year—Heavy Increase
in Volume of Business.
Sp«ei&l to the Dally Progress
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Business College.
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Till* is An age of opportunity. Men born in obsewrity and in moderate circumstances have risen to
places of prominence in the world, and this process is going on every day Among t tie men who have helped
make the Ut«r day Jackson what It is, is Prof, N.J. Harris, the president of Harris Business College,
which is today recognlxed as one of the leading business colleges in the south. Piof. I. arris reached tots
place of eminent tfkefulne*a in the city and the state by years of b trd toil and diligent application. He was
born and reared on a farm, and owing to the death of his father, was compelled at an early and tender age
to go to work to beliKwnpportriw*^widowed jaotber, brother* and sisters. He started in I > a r Jwen y ot-o
with 116 mbney*aiid no education, but with that ambition which i* all conquering. He recognized in _ hi>
early'career that education was the essential thing, and he bent all his energies to getting a goo ! practi-nl
education. It was an uphill work, bnt pluck and perseverance won out. Today Prof. Hands combines
that book learning, which 1* *0.essential for a successful teacher, and that practical expettence Stained in the
stern school of necessity. What he-knowe he can impart to others The gradmtte? «t bis iostution have
loeen wonderfully successful, and manx..of them are now drawing salaries of from seventy-five to wm hun
dred and twenty-five dollars per month. He kasUken young men from the fields and tautories of t-ie state,
instilled into them ambition and taught them how to wit) for themselves a higher place in the world. So
well known has bh become to the businessarorld through bis excellent Institution that it is ltnpos jbla far
him to supply the demand for office help. The demand for bookkeepers and stonugraphei s 13 one that has
steadily increased, and bida fair to Increase-to an even greater extent These Potions i
one hanfired and twenty-five doITnfi pdFiffonth and are very desirable. Prof. Harfts hts more calls tor
people of this character than he can fill. „ . .. . _ u nair , oc .
The'Ume wha when tba vonng men of the state were compelled to letrve the borders to get a business
education, but this ia no longer necessary, as Harm' Business College is one of the best equipped in the
south for training young men and women. Skilled and practical professors are employed in al ' of t ^® d n :
E artments Prof. Harris bas had a vary extensive experience as an accountant and th *® ®5
1 In bla charge. For stot-years he held oae of the most responsible positions in one of the largest instuti us
in the state. PriA. Harris htoffidf excaUont college are worthy of the large patronage that th-y receive
from ay parto'^Mi*atoslp?I?h^[ bo&iwedofna agreat work m dispelling tbe demon of ignorance. It
give# the Mavra pleasure to testify to tLo good work that this excellent school baa done. nov~0, -7
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We will examine your teeth Free
and yell you iu Advance Just what
youf work will Oo>t.
«nod set Teeth ouaranteed ..?8 00
22k oold crown .
Bridge work..
Porcelain Crown.
Fine Gold Fillings
Fine silver Fillings
UR. H. B BARTLETT,
N4-TICVNAL,DENTAL PARLORS
Co'fcCanhl And camp St., Entrance
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Louisiana.
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tbe statement s of leading financiers,
the banking business iu Mississippi
daring the past year lias been the
most satisfactory ever known id the
history of the state, and the percent
age of dividends declared at the end
of tbe year will show a handsome
increase ovor last year.
Of loans.bas been unusually large and j
j collections much prompter titan here-1
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The panic is corning, not to thi- land of sunshine, peace and plenty, but to the
North, East and West
Let the mon«-y markets of Wall stieet bottle up, lmt who buows
it in this land filled with virgin natural resources, going at pri es not equalled for yeais.
And now that our president has taken hold of the Panama canal question with a firm
band and its construction will be begun in a few nu-iitlis, money will begin to flow into
Mississippi in such volumes as wore never witnessed before.
Millions of dollars above
\\ hat are baigaius now will be
the average amount of money w ill h
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small fo' tunes then.
Ye who are waiting for the panic to come to buy you a home are
Most of tin
dropping your candy just lik yon have dropped it iu the days gont by.
desirable property here is in tli- hands of people who are i bit to l i e a t-n year's panic
through, and will de *\ too, for well they fort«ep the bright future of the magic little
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city in the shadow <>f the pints.
Fergus in's as ever before, but it takes
Bargains are just as ptentifu at T.
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more money, the profits are greater, and the thane s of nuking money are better than
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and then pay $1500 next year for
Do not beMeeeived by I tie panic
ever before.
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Go^d bargains are going < very day by the Thos, M.
what you can get now for $1200
Ferguson real estate route.
For special bargains apply to
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their loans,
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j $.3 per dozen, go to Pitts' Studio.
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A heavy increase has
shown in deposits, and
throughout the year there lias been h
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For the finest panel photos, at on'y .1
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Southern Copper VV< rks
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Wo can supply .ill your wants in the Furniture 'itie, lor we
have a fine stuck c nsi-ting of tile latest and up-to date designs,
attractive in appearance and lowest in k riCe - Cash or on
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Wv «1 po i ave a full line of
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Ju-t dri-p in or. us any old time.
J. L. ROBERTS MUSIC COMPANY
1 Incnrporatcrt)
119 FI^OITT STREET,
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