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-=OTO TIM!E£L
FEBRUARY 27, 1690.
SCHIP J' ION ATKS
$1 00
G
• 1 year.
6 iriouths.
j IIKIIltll*.
cop?
60
i copy
. so
Local News.
t^rWöora Board meets on
L lluuday.
o»l')
_ *n ii
Rollos, will sell the
number of showers of
a
riTJt
the past week.
Ihekiff
!s delinquent for taxes, oil next
. . . , ,
Stone, has appointed A. U.
day.
ov.
VVIg of Ingram, County Census
aerator.
large supply of STOCK PEAS,
received at
Robertson & Goodmans.
I. A PIES
tot tonic, or children that want building
tin, should take
Bit OWN'S IRON «ITTERS.
, „basant ta take, cares Malaria. Indiges
ailiousuess. Ail dealers keep it.
«. L. W. Williamson, returned|
I Jackson on Tuesday morning. I
■ Legislature adjourned finally
day evening. *
Stock Law goes into opera
the 1st day of March instead
e 10th, as heretofore announced.
MTIN Fdtrell, (c.) wife mur
j hangs on the 27th of next
IE
on
til.
rv, Augustus Althoff, Pastor
[lie Catholic Church, in Holly
hgs, will hold divine service in
Undo, on Friday morning the
inst.
e are indebted to our immediate
tentative in Congress, Hon. J.
[organ, for congressional favors.
P. WrriiEiiS, of DeSoto, was
anted Levee Commissioner, by
(Stone, and confirmed.
IW, White, of Hernando, was'
Bnted, and confirmed, by the
p, as one of the Trustees of
[ersity of Mississippi.
oip' digestion is out. of wnnek, it
eed a sti engihcnei' or an appetizer,
Ilwalham's' Chill Tonic
you out of the kinks.
turday was George Washing
i birthday, and made a national
lay by act of Congress, but was
bserved much, only in the com
ial centers of the country.
II will
p. L J. Smith, one of I JeSoto
ay's practical farmers, presented
plitor with a lot of fine Amber
|e Turnips, last Monday. Among
pt were found two large ones,
hing four and a quarter, and
i and a half pounds.
MONEYMAKING
you are not fully and profitably
loved you will find it greatly to
! interest to at once write to B.
dhnson & Co., Richmond, Va.,
niake arrangements with them
'll their great new book the"Re
al Volume of Jefferson Davis:
lie World's Tribute to his Mem
I hey will give you liberal
s - Prospectus with all necessary
lrs ()l| ly one dollar. That is all
inpital that is needed. Splendid
Jug for ladies and gentlemen.
The Eudora Minstrels
give a Grand Entertainment at
Eudora, .Mississippi,
'day night, February 28,1890.
! Genuine Amusement afforded
this Company than ever be
fore, including Fresh Dia
ogues, Humorous Lectures,
Negro Acts, full of side
splitting vagaries of
the best Minstrel
Troupes.
ybody come out an 1 enjoy your
selves once
ission—Adults,
Iren under 12 years, - 15cts.
ll! oatertainment will be in the
eliurch on north Main street.
•J Proceeds for benevolent
on
more.
25cts.
pu r
• •W'Wu.H*a
SU EM FF S .SJ AA - ,
V. I. Putuks & s,,x
Kl. I A.
UHAMBHd.lS, (J. A.
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: R , Y viltilo O» an KxewiUon ai,"'""
,,1B >>> il»' Circuit Cl.'il;,
î y wni i ;; 1 ! 8 " i, 1 'i' i, 1 il,t ' i,Ujvu —i—:
■I' ll Io
MOX I? A V ;l UD I ) A Y OK M a : ! ft If pro
prüfet',! soll ti, liie lii-i.cs, 1 , 10 , 1 ,.,.
cash at the< .mt House iu i
| i„n,|sfto-lvlt- ' i,U , ° ,lo ' vil, {rUcciib -1
IN
' °t Section IS, Town !
snipe. Lange 7. Beginning \-> 66-1001
chains north of South East corner I
'llul section; (lienee north will,
the see inn line 11 9Ô 100 dUus : thence '
west 23 1 1-100 cl,„in, „i,-,- ,>pIn- i
I lignin ronil ; tliHiice «oulli 2 U()-]0U chains
. g said rom]; ihence p.
I of
I®"* 1 J ts-too tchains; thence i
road; thence 23 77-100 o!ud'Uto'begin!
containing Tiiir, y acres, levied on
as the property of defendant J. \y.
j Chamberlin: am j ,|, e in, l , 1 . (!S | 4) f ,-i|.feii<l
I ant C A. Marsh ail in anil to the follow
mg described lands P.-wit, The East
half of the .South East Quarter, and the
I IV est halt of the South .Vest Quarter of
Section 7. Town 2, Range 6, and a Six
acre Lot in Section 12, T.avii 2. Range 7
described as follows: Beginning at a
slake on the east boundary line of su'd
.section, 44 poles north of south
corner of said
on east boundary line
poles to a stake., tilt
1-2 degrees
•oulli 3) lie
east
seclmn, I hence
north
f said seel ion 36
it) due west 28 poles
and 2 links to a stak«, whence soulh 82
tlegrtes west 20 links
pointer J4 inches, whence south 20 dog
ak pointer 14
!»., Ihttllce due south 32 poic> mid 7 links
io à set stake, win ner in rth lit decrees
an pointer 16
inches, tlietnic south 82 1-4 degrees east
twenty nine poles and lei
place of beginning, all of said lands be
i"g in DeSoto Omtulv. Mteteippi.
file same liuving been levied on to
satisfy nil Exeetiiion
from (lie Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Besom County, Misstet, .pi, «gninst J.
I V.,!-.!" 1 «»''i iÄ* shm AhMem
ies Mug mode to saii.fv above
and all costs thereon. '
roes cast 4t links to a white
•'list 32 links to a white
links to ilu
m iiiv hands.
i'T. Fa.
W. H. ROLLINS, Sheriff.
February (i. 1890—4w
I
T î { ÜSTEES S A LIB
of .Heal Instato
WV virtue of a deed of Trust executed
■L* to me and filed fur n cord on the
12tli day of April 1S8|), and wliieli is re
corded on page 106 Real l.-late Mort
gage book No. ■'>. in ttie i. liiee of Hie
I Jhanecry Clerk of DeSoto Count v, Miss
issippi, I will, as Ti n l e. on
MONDAY, Till: SKI » DAY OF
MARCH. !fS90,
within lo<rnl hours, in t'mni of I he Court
the h
11 « *11 *(> «:
of ilt iimndo.
ii
l)eSoio County, .Mississippi, [*.\j>ose for
-Mit: for cas, 1 :, the real pt
DeSoto Count.v. ?Jissu -*
e<i as Lot No
boinjT part, of i !ie South *:'.a»t (^'tarter ot
Section *26,Township2 mikI 1 **in«r<38 west,
which Lot is houmhMl as follows, lo-wit:
! loginning at. a sr^ke in the east, line of
said Section, ten eliains soulii from the
north east corner «»I said (Juarter Sec
tion— I lienee west four chains lA 1-2 links
neu tv I Viler ill
, and describ
ss| pi"
o\\ not Neshit.
!9, in
I 1 1. P M. & T. Rnilrimd
to lbc ensf line
right, of way—I limine soullieusl with said
railroad line three chains and 19 1-2
links—thence east, to 'ho east line of said
section three (8) eliains and 4.5
ihence north on said line to the beginn
ing, containing One and 1-5
ing the same Lot foinierly
Enterprise Cot:
luring Company, and (he property here
in conveyed is further designaied as the
Niills—together with all up
links—
uo. res- ho*
lied hv the
Seed Oil & Mamifac
Entc.rprh
purtenanees to said property belonging.
The title to above p- iperly is suppos
ed to be good, hut I sell and convey as
Trustee oniv
I). McKENZIE, Trustee.
February G, 1890—Jt
SHERIFF SALE.
M. H. Rozei.i. vs. W. P. Holman.
By virtue of i
lioni exponas directed to me hr* Ilie I ir
cuit. Court, of DeSoto Count'-, Miss.,
against '.V . P. Holman and in favor of M.
II, Rozoll, 1 will on MONDAY . .vlARC I i
Mud, 1890, within legal hours, expose for
sale at the Court House door m Hernan
1 o, to the high.'sl bidder lor cash, the tol
lowing described real eslale, situated in
said County and State, to-wi/:
Beginning at a point where the halt
section line ol secihoi 21. Townsnip one,
Range 7 west, intersects the cast line ot
said Section 24 and running thence due
west 62 and 41-100 chains to a stake;
thence south 7 and 81-103 chants to a
s ake; thence enst. 62 mid 40-100 chains
siake on the Seel ion line ; thence
coil ii i ii writ ofvendi
i .
to a ,
north 7 ami 81-lot) chains to the place ot
beginning, containing 48 and 72-100
acres, lying and being iu DeSoto Coun
To sut is! v said writ and
W. li- ItOLUNS,
rilieriff.
ty, Mississippi,
all costs.
■ Feb. 6, 1890—4w
NOTICE.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
. From my place on Camp Creek, De
6'LAYBANK MUS
ceinber last one
PANG MARE, white face, black mane
and tail—in foal. Branded on left slioul
dor with letter (B).
Any information leading to her rccov
ill be thankfully received and re
JAMES D. BAKER,
Gocknini, Miss.
ery w
warded,
Feb. 6. 1890.
Warning Ko tics.
To Whom all it may Concern.
|>nv no mouev to A. W- Payne or Son
or niiy one, for'Brick at the -tfl.iff willi
out my order.
J. W. McINGVALE.
Shcriifs sale ot Delinquent L
!
anus.
« ill li to flic l]ioiH.-:,t bidder for cash, at the Court House door in the Town of Hernando, DeSoto Conn- |
'■ --is. i]*pi, MO A DAL, I HE JLD HAY 01' MARCH, 1890, the following described Lands, for the
taxes delinquent thereon and costs and penalty
on same.
i
OWNER'8 NAME.
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same.
unt.
Mrs
Unknown or W 1* White.
Unknown,
Epps Estate.
Mrs C C Cheatham,
same,
same,
same
Financial Improvement Company,
same
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Mrs 0 C Cheatham,
Il II Hays,
Madison Klinn,
N W Pentie,
Tom Gray,
Mrs L E Deutle,
same,
Mrs C .James,
Win Itrown,
Mrs Mettle T Cray,
liovd & J. -hindou,
Mrs E A .Johnston,
.Joint Hunter,
John Hunter,
James Jenkins,
T 1' Johnston,
A I) Eauiici'dale,
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Albeit llari is
•s'rsJll Jo1hikm.ii,
V* ' fl-wttjcqc q flif s as nun
ts. ,CJb IlStV, - ■ t* Iff JOBUkM
:
.'min .loi*
G 0 Myers,
iu
February fi, 1890.
Lite & l : irc
it
nsurancejPn
AGENCY OS 1
SMI'rH.
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Hernando. UVEiss
ntstturance &o |
iety of t.ha United States.
New York
Ætna Fire Insut oe Company.
Hartford Conn.
New Orleans Inssurance Asso
iation. ri'ewOrleans. La.
The Mississippi Homo Insr'n
Co , Vicksburg
Capital Represented,
$130.000.000.
Your business respectfully so
li cited
ID«jwi(u4^rk' Xj I f*t7
THE GREAT
New Stanley Book!!.
THE DARK CO ATI ALA i Î
"EEROES OF
—AND—
'Hew Emin Pasha was Found
by Henry M. Stanley.
>5
The great. Pictorial Alrica.
plele and authentic history of Alrica
and ils people—ancient, and modern—
wilh full a.id acunite uecounls of all ilie
great, explorers, etc., including a perfect
and fihished history of Stanley's last
(3rd) great expedition for the relief ol
Emin Pasha, written by .1. YV Buel! and
published by the Historical Publishing
Co., St. Louis. Mo.
W T. LEWIS, Lcwisbur;
A coin
Agent.
Commissioners Sale
M E. Council
vs
Lkvisk F. Rickse, et. al.
BY virtue of a decree of the Honorable
Chancery Court of DeSoto Comity, Mis
sissippi. rendered at the February tenn, I
A. D. 1890. thcreol and by viitun ot a
former decree in the cause, ouuiiii-, <i
sa'e ot certain lands mentioned therein,
l the undersigned, appointed Commiss
ioner to execute said decree, will, on
SATURDAY, MARCH 22ND 1390,
expose at public auction to the highest
bidder, for cash, iu front of Dean Bro'sft
Co's store in 'lie Town ofEndora, DeSoto
County, Mississippi, within tiie hours
prescribed by law, the following describ
1 lands, being in said County and State,
'I'™.-'' Acres being t.m . W.t par. of
(be SimthEast Uiiartèr of Section eight
(8), Township three (3). Range nine (9)
rÄat'ÄÄ
R. H WEST. Commissioner.
McKenzie Ä Wall sol's for compl'ts.
February 20, 1890-4W
i',
IP Tom PACK ACHES
Or von are all worn out, really gootl lor uothlng
It is general ciebii ity. Try
nnoHfrs mo y hitters.
It will cure you, and give a cood appetite, sold
by all dualen in medldno.
V
DIVISION ok section.
sou| h part east half north east qu'r,
I wes I half north east quarter,
(t'urili half north half .south east qu'r
inert hälfe pt 11 half s w quarter,
jnor-.li east quarter,
north east corner e quarter,
60
60
140
I 8
16
■ rwj» cup.-wu. • m.«,» **;, u
a tint n rUtKiirc a elirnai *.■= «
t pis n e aim ii vv quarter,
! part north east, quarter,
j north fractional part,
'fractional part,
west part north west quarter
north part
I block 2. lots 7, 8. 9. 10, 11. 12. & block
4. it 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,
80
|60
|- r
617
123
In ti
131
3, lots I, 2.
]in Wall Town,
part norili part.
south cast quarter,.
lives I half south east quarter.
[smith half south east quarter.80
jn e part s e qua'i
■••• 5
-160
- 80
40
middle part middle third..
! t w pt e third.
w pt s w qu'r.
youth cast quarter.
lofs 2 and 3 i u Nesliit.
[lot 29 in Neshil.
s w "orner s w q'r gm house lot 1.
I norili half s e quarter. ,
.52

south half s e qiia'r..
.. 80
ii pt ii e quarter.
je part n e quarter.
ilôts fis jikI 69.
tt - en» ae bp, k n^. m, :far ,
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Lot .m 3 —
Lot 419
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DEALERS IN
! BliV Q'M, CLCTilIXfi, mi
SIlHEtS, «KOiWIlEN,
m PLÄSTATiOS SUPPLIES
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Invite attention Especially !
to their splendid stock of
CLOTHING •
April 4,1889— ly
JOS. GOODMAN,
ïïiilfliiBiiîifr, ii'iDltT k i'inviiiiriJijiT.
Ko. mb:' 1-2 Main SI. o|>|iosilo
(iityi)Mi lloi;;!, Muni'iliis,
TO«!!
A line assort meut o
Sii.vi.it Watchks
f Crocks. Got.« and
Sl'KCTACl.KS
always on hand.
REPAIRING in all its brauchet attended
to. Fair dealing guaranteed.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
March 21, 1880—ly
I
Caveats and Trade-Marks obtained, and
^ |, a(cnt j, ns | l)0gR conducted for modc
PATENTS.
rate fees. Out' Office is opposite U. S.
Patents Office ami we can secure patent
in less time and at less cost than those
remote from Washington.
Send model, drawing or pho., with |
description. We advise, if patentable or j
not, free of charge. Our fee not duo til)
patent is secured.
\ Littlk Book, "How to Obtain Pat- j
llts o with numes of actual clients in
vo|]] state, countv, or town sent free.
J Ä !
am« keep on hand a supply ,,J Chakbon
l ow nims, and other mod, eines, foi |
And am also prep'-red to lake care o,
all stock entrusted o me tor treatment. ■
Address me at Em oia, I .O.
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Address,
C A SNOWÆt Ü. !
Oi'!' Patent Office, Washington, D.C I
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NOTICE
To l aruirrs iiiit! j
Jan 29, 1889 -tt
FOR DYSPEPSIA
|Tbc IlrowiPs In
Physicians roeommend it.
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DONE ON SHORT NOTICE.
sucli as
Building Chimneys. Fiors or
work or Cisterns.
ALL W O It K G U A RA TEE D.
HENRY DICKSON,
Hernando, Miss
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October 3, 18S9.- tf
M. D. DAVID,
[wEAT L CKY iilltl TFJI.VESSKK WHiSKIES !
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Fine ;
I
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Imported Wines & Brandies
132 Main St reel, between Exchang
and Market,
MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE.
J
surrounding counties
!
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Trade from fiie
I'cspoctfnlly solicited. Orders by
mail receive my personal atten
tion, and satisfaction guaranteed.
I K IS KRC 11 T, Managin',
Oct'r 17, 1889—tv
R, E, BURLINGTON
DENTIST.
Office No 313 Main and Monroe
Sttrees, Memphis .Tenn.
October 15,1887—ly.
M 1 A L WaU •
I> *N \l.l) Mi.Kl NZIK.
!.McKIINZin & WALL.
|
Attorneys at Law,
HERNANDO. MISSISSIPPI.
December 6,1889—ly
SAM POWKL. .S. F. POWkL.
PO WEL & l'O WEI
Attorneys at Law.
MISS.
HERNANDO, -
WILL practice in all the Courts in
Soto County. Miss. .and adjoining <
! lies. And will negotiate loans of in
on Ren! Estate security.
February 7, 1890—ly
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net'
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Arthur S. Buchanan,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
I Hernando. Miss,, and No. 41 Ala
I
I son Sireet, Memphis. Tenn.
Planters Insurance Building.
WFLL practice In the Fedsra', Si »to
and County Courts of Mississippi anil
Tennessee.
Special attention to business in DeSoto
and adjoining Mississippi counties.
Will be found in Hernando on M'
day, and Saturday of each week.
Jan'y 20, 1890—tf
H. R. C , FOSTER.
AT TORN E V -AT-LA W,
; : Mî Sk.
Hernando : : :
(Office on Holly Springs street)
WILL practice in the County, State and
Federal Courts.
And has ÿ lot),000 to Loan on Real
Estate Security.
Jan'y 13,1890
1 v.
DR T. M. JONES
r -#-OFFICE—On North side Centre SI ,
Hkbnanho, Mississippi.
Office Hours from 8 a. m. to 6p. tit.—
Residence South side same street. one
iKii
—yr
3.
DBS0T0 STABLl.
WOOD BRO'S 'Prop'tors
Situated on Ckntek Stkkf.t,
HERNANDO, MISS.
' will find fir-8
W HERE the public
class conveyances.
Boarding and Feeding by the day of
rates. Stock keif
month, at cheapest
on hand for sale or exchange.
Feb' y 22, 1888—tU
T, M. PULLIN.
Aj- A
6 A
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vzmsgM
UXT.I)RETAKEi i,
HERNANDO, utlSSISSIPPi
I ltncpse.oiistnntly on hand Wooden Cob
l tins ol all kinds.
Orders promptly attended to all ti.f
cemeteries.
Nov'28 1878-1 v
DeSoto Institute.
!
;
This Institution located at Neshil,
I Mississippi, on the M. & T. branch <d
! the Illinois Central Railroad, under the
care of a board of Trustees, will open
J for Male and Females, Monday, Si-t
tkmukk 9th, 1889.
Large and roomy building, firs, class
moderate
instructors, thorough work,
! tuition, and the strictest discipline.
I To the people of DeSoto County—we
want your patronage, and hope you c -u
point to the Institution with pride—and
to the patrons at Nesbit, let us mllv to
our Institution, that it may be a bless
ing to our children.
Nothing sectarian, but decidedl, cliris
tinu Faculty ; a corps ot thorough Teach*
including Music and Art.
Boarding can be had in the Institute
building and private families.
For further particulars apply to
i".
W.B MAXWELL, M D.
8ec'y Board Trustees.
j August 24, 1889.

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