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Attorneys
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V niss., imd adjoining coun
K will negotiale loans of money
Li Katate security*
I febrnary 7, 1890—ly_
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ia r S. Buchanan,
attorney'-at-law,
and No. 41 Mad 1
Ldo. MisS,
[ Street, Memphis. Tenn.,
Insurance Building,
inters
in the Federa', Stale
Courts of Mississippi and
^attention to businessin DeSotc
joining Mississippi counties.
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Lee on Holly Springs street)
L practice in the County, State and
federal Courts.
bid has $100,000 to Loan on Real
Estate Security.
Jan'y 13, 1890-ly.
like
In, M. JONES
■OFFICE—On North side Centre -i
I Hbbnanpo, Mississippi.
lee hours from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.—
Kiijencc South side same street, one
Lie east of office.
Jany 17,1890—yr
DESOTO STABLE
r 0OD BRO'S 'Prop'tort
Situated on Center Street,
HERNANDO, MISS.
hTHERE the public; wiU flud Hr*
[** class conveyances.
I Boarding and Feeding by the day or
pouth, at cheapest rates. Stock kep'
Id baud for Bale or exchange.
Feb'y 22, 1888—tt
T. M. PULLIN.

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triTDERTAKIBR,
HERNANDO, MISSISSIPPI.
■Keeps constantly on hand Wooden Col
[flnsotsll kind*.
Orders promptly attended to all tlrt
cemeteries.
Nov-28 1878-1 t
DeSoto Institute.
This Institution located at Nesbit,
Mississippi, on the M. * T. branch of
'he Illinois Central Railroad, under the
M|, e of a board of Trustees, will open
or Male and Females, Monday, Sxr
ftMHEB 9 th, 1889.
Largo and roomy building, flr»v class
"structors, thorough work, moder»' r
"dioii. and the strictest discipline.
To the people of DeSoto County—
w * m F ou '' patronage, and hope you can
point to the Institution with pride—and
0 'he patrons at Nesbit, lot us rally to
onr Institution, that it may be a blets
ln K »o r ui . children.
Nothing sectarian, but decidedl ohrit
m " faculty; a corps ot thorough Teach
Ms , including Music and Art.
hoarding can be had in the Institute
""tiding and private families.
* or farther particulars apply to
W.B MAXWELL, M D.
Beo'y Board Trustees.
August *4, 1889,
we
THE I C R R
Mississippi & Tennfess eDiv
trains leave HernamloPsfollows
Going North.
N\ O. Mail
Grenada Express.,,6: 12 p. m.
Freight and Accoin'n.12.65 p. m.
Going Soute.
N. O. Express, ....
Mai 1 -**.•• •
Freight and Accm'n..
.7.54 a. in.
.. .8 :42 a. m.
... 5 48 p. in.
.11 00 a.m.
DES O TO TIlvIES
THURSDAY. APRIL 17, 1890.
Ijocal News.
The county Tax-Assessor is on
the rounds. Have your lists ready,
for him.
Wn would not urge an article without
merit. We urge and guarantee Planta
tion Chill Cure. (Regular and tasteless.)
For sale by J.T. M. Smith.
Some few of our citizens have
went to the races, at Memphis, this
week.
Oijr sales of Plantation Chill Cure
(regular and tasteless)exceed tn amount
all others together For sale by J. T. M
Smith.
The buffalo gnat, has put in per
sistent work, the past week.
The County Alliance were in sess
ion on Monday.
The Rev. Gro. Ii. Tiiatkh. of Bour
bon, Ind., says: " Both myself and wife
owe our lives to Shiloh's Consumption
Cure.
Rains throughout the country, the
past three days, was too much for
the farmers.
Plantation Chill Cure (regnl .11 and
tasteless) is the only remedy prescribed
bv physicians. For sale byJ. T M. Smith,
G. W. Adams, has opened up a
Boot and Shoe shop, in one of the
otlices on the south side of Center
street.
Cheatham's Chill Tonic contains nlcih
er Quinine, Cinchonidiu,
Strychnine or Mercury, and does not
produce buzzing iu the ears or deafness.
Cure guaranteed.
Arsenic,
Read | he warning notice of the
Town Marshal, with reference to
stock running at large, in the town
of Hernando.
Stop and Think I Plantation Chill
Cure (regular and tasteless) cures 99
cases out of every hunt)red, and price
only 50 cents. For sals bv J. T. M.
.Smith,
NOTICE
All stock found running at large
within the Corporate limits of the
Towu of Hernando, will be taken up
and disposed of according to the
provisions of the stock law.
George Wood, Marshal.
We refund money in every instance
when Plantation Chill Cure (regular and
tasteless) fails—but it never fails. For
sale by J. T. M. Am mi.
Elsewhere in this paper, wilt be
found the new schedule on the I. C.
Railroad. The new morning and
evening trains, will facilitate travel,
and be a great accommodation to
those who wish to go, and return
from the various points, north and
south of Hernando, the same day.—
And will give better and quicker
mail facilities.
Why pay 70 cents or $1 whim you can
buy Plantation Chill Cure (regular and
tasteless) for 60 cents, which is guaran
teed to cure you. For sale by J. T. M
Smith
J. C. Devlin, has just returned
from Waaliington City, looking after
his new invention, a patent Ruilroad
Car Coupler.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy a marvelous
for Catarrh, Dipibcria, Canker
cure
Mouth, and Head-Ache Willi each bolt
le there is a Nasal Injector tor the more
successful treatment of these complaints
wilhout extra charge. Price 60 cents.—
Sold by Robkiitson & Goodman.
Bye & Co., have just received a
stock of spring goods.,
Complaint about the Mails.
Mr. Editor We hear there has
been a change in the mail
|
single mail from Hernando. OurBy-jtion,
halia rider has been the round every j
day, but the Hernando (mistake) j It
has not made his appearance at
Cockrum yet. Of course, he will say,
that the waters have been too high,
but I was told by a gentleman, who
lives in the edge of Cold Water bot
tom, that it had not been impassable
this week.
earners,
from Hernando to Cockrum, but do
not know it :o be a fact; but the citi
zens at Ingrams Mill, do know that,
one solid week has passed, and not a
Now, Mr. Editor, can yon tell us
what ought to be done with such a
worthless character ? I think, he not
only ought to fail to get any pay for
last weeks work, but the citizens at
Cockrum and Ingram's Mill, ought!
to earnestly request him to either
resign his position or bring us
mail, and redeem himself, by trying
to show 11 s that he is not the laziest
and most worthless man in the coun
,
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ty. For I don't really believe the
county would be very seriously dam
aged if he was to stick up in a mud j *
hole and drown, for of all God's cre
j
ation a real lazy man is the greatest
of nuisance.
Respectfully,
W. I. Spears,
Ingram's Mill, Miss.
April 5th, 1890.
Shiloh s Consumption Cure.
This is beyond question the most suc
cessful Cough Medicine we have ever
Bold, a lew doses invariably cure the!
worst cases of Cough, Croup and Bron-|
chitis, white it's wonderful success in the , *
cure of Consumption is without a paral
lel in the history of medicine. Since It's
first discovery it has been sold on a gua
rantee, a test which no other medicine
can stand. If you have a Cough we earn
estly ask you to try it Price 10 cents, 50
ceHts, and $1.00. If vonr Lungs are sore.
Chest or Back lame, use Shiloh's Porus
Plaster. Sold by Robbktson & Goodman.
If vour digestion is out of wnnek, ii
you need a strengthener or an appetizer,
try Cheatham's Chill Tonic
bring you out of the kinks.
The Springs races at Memphis all
this week.
It will
LADIES
Needing a tonic, or children th&t want building
up, should take_
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
Ttis pleasant to take, cures Malaria, Indigtth
ttou, and Biliousness. Ail dealers keep U.
Harry Green, has put up a Soda
Fountain, in his store.
The buffalo gnats made their ap
pearance again Thursday, and were
for several days a great annoyance
to stock.
Time of year for gnats, mosquit
toes and flies.
JVcw jldvertinemeuts
IN
SPRING GOODS,
JUST RECEIVED EKOM LOUISVILLE
KENTUCKY.
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Which we expect to sell lower than the
lowest, consisting in part ef
the following urticles:
Full and complete stock of WHITE A
FIGURED LAWNS,
GENTS,
LADIES,
Stripped and Plaid Gents Ballbriggan,
- - Underwear,
Flannel Overshirts,
Silk Overshirts,
Unlaundred Shirts,
Gents Neeklies ot all
designs,
Gents Straw lifts
from 25c to $3,00.
Gents Shoes,
Suspenders,
Haiiditerehicfs,
Penknives,
Razors,
Mulls,
Challle's,
Prints,
Zephyr Ginghams,
Nainsook,
Silecla,
Bous Cambric,
Lace of all Kinds,
Swiss Embroidery,
Hamburg Edging,
Black Cashmere,
Henrietta Cloth,
Fancy Ribbons,
Ladies Lisle Thiead Straps.
Hose,
LADIES HATS.
Also a complete stock of Buggy Harness,
Saddles and Bridles.
We will keep dnring the summer
ICE
All orders for ICE CREAM will be filled
on short notice .
C. M. BYE & Co.
April 17, 1890.
Is Consumption Incurable?
Read the following: 0. H. Morris,
Newark, Ark., says: "Was down with
Abscess of Lungs, and friends and
physicians prenounced me an Incur
able Consumptive. Began taking Dr.
| King's New Discovery for Consump
am now on my third bot'le, and
j able to oversee the work on my farm,
j It is the gnest medicine ever made."
Jesse Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio,
says: "Had not been for Dr. king's
New Discovery for Consumption, I
would have died of Lung Troubles.
Was given up by doctors. Am now in
best of health." Try it. Sample bottle
free at J. T. M . Smith's Drug 6tore.
LETTER LIST
Liters remaining in (he Hernando, Miss
sMtippi Post office,"on the 15th day of
April 1890: When called for say ad
vertised:
Fredouia Austin,
Mngie Allen,
Mrs Connalie,
A B Dixon,
Henry Gilmore,
J W Harmon,
Ella Jones,
Ed Kizer,
Mary Mitchell,
B L Oliver,
John Poston,
JPChambly,
| Tom Chalmers,
! Annie Echols,
Bettie Gray,
W Haygards,
Alex Knox,
A C Lvo,
j * °*; v ^' in M° ss >
Body Pogues,
Dora Robson,
Jeffn Stroughes,
Walter W Radgsdale, •) Simmons,
JefTitus,
j Bob Ruffin (2),
Nancy Riles,
MrsM J Tucker,
Aron Todd,
Cadis Whitly,
Doss Walker,
Any Watson,
John Whitly,
W D Wooten.
W D HOW7.E, Postmaster.
I NOW HAVE
A I <yi-/vpr ctnrl' Til T17
, * 4 k c
ever before.
THEY AHE L'EW AK D FRESH
50
Consisting of a Full Line
Dry Goods, Shoos,
Ladies 8c Gents
Spring
ii
all
and Summer
HATS.
Especial Prices on CLOTHING and
I have added to my Stock a
line of Furniture such as
Bedsteads, Bureaus, Safes &
Chairs. Mattresr-es, Tables.
Cradles, Trunks ect.
ap
A Full Line of FRESH GRO
CERIES & CANNED Goods.
I HAVE ALSO
PAWNBROKERS dress coats
( all wool) WHICH I WILL SELL
$1 75 .
AT
Come and Try me Belore
Buying anywhere else
I WILL SAVE YOU MONEY
HARRY GREEN.
HERNANDO, MISS,
Feb 13, 1890.
Estray Notice.
Taken up by Jeke 'Howard, on
his premises two and a halt miles
_ -north Nesbitts Station, on the
27th day ot March 1890, and posted
before me on ihe 7th day of April 1890,
Two Mare Mules, one Dark Iron Gray
about 3 years old with long mane and
tail and split in left ear, anil appraised at
$40,00. The other is a it ay about 10
years old, with long mane an i tail, Crook
ed or twist uwuth, right ear hangs down,
or floops, and appraised at $00,00.
It not proven away will he sold at the
Court House in Hernando on the first
Mondav in October 1890.
RICHARD COBB, Ranger.
April 10, 1890. -8w
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lifts
Ida L. Bowers
No 1955.
is
LtitA B^whps, et. al.
The State, ok Mississippi.
To Della McClure. London, Po'k Coun
ty, Arkansas, I). T. Porter, G. W. Mo
Crae and Sadie Robinson, Memphis,
Shelby county, Tennessee.
YOU are commanded to appear before
the Chancery Court of the count'- of De
Soto, in said State, on the first Monday
in August 1890, to defend the suit In said
court of Ida Leroy Bowers a minor, who
sues by her next friend J. A< Dugger,
wherein yon are defendants. A proceed
ing for Partition of Lauds.
R R. West, clerk.
McKenzie & Wall sol's for compt's.
April 17, 1890—4w
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DEALERS IN
WRY GOODS, CLOTHING, ROOTS,
SHOES, GROCERIES,
AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES
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Invite attention Especially,
to their splendid stock of
ci.OTHxnsra •
April 4,1889—ly
Lite & Fire Insurance
AGENCY OE
E. W. SMITH.
He rnando, XXiss
Equitable Life Assurance So
iety of the United States,
New York
ffitna Fire InsuDoe Company
Hartford Conn
New Orleans Inssurance Asso
iation. NewOrleans. La.
The Mississippi Home Insr'n
Co , Vicksburg
Capital Represented,
$ 130 , 000 , 000 .
Your business respectfully so
licited
A
CAUTION SmST
bottom. If the dealer cannot • ujmlT ion.
■end direct to factor?, ancloaina advertiaed
the
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W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.
5 Laced Grain and Creed*
Fine Calf, fl«avy
»oor Waterproof.
Best in tl*<* world. cnnfc
Aft OO UKNTINE HAND-8F.WKD 8HOB.
®4!00 HANI>-SE WED YSStvTiff SHOE
*3.50 POLICE AND FARMERS WHO*.
All made in Congress. Button and Lace.
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$3&$2 SHOES
91.75 SHOE FOR MISSES.
Beat Material. B*»t Style. Beat FltilMh
W. L. Dougina, Brockton, Maa». Sold by
LADI
S li IIAll LETT & « »
Loves, Miss.
Commissioners Sale
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W. W. Warren, et. al.,
vs
Frank Harris, et. al.
BY virl ue of a decree of the Honorable
Chancery Court of DeSoto County, State
of Mississippi, rendered at the February
term, A. D. 1890, thereof, ordering a sale
of certain lands mentioned therei n, I the
undersigned, appointed Commissioner
to execute said decree, will on MONDAY
THE 12111 DAY OF MAY, 1890, expose
at public auction to the highest bidder,
tor cash, at the Court House in the town
ot Hernando, in said county, within the
hours prescribed by law, the following
described lands, being in said comity and
State, to-wit:
Described as commencing at the Quar
ter Section post on the line between Sec
tions seven and eigh een township three
Range five west, ti.cuce north 25 chains
to a stake in the road, thence west 20
chains, thence south 25 chains to the
section line between -Sections i
18, thence along said section line cast 20
chains to the beginning Containing 50
acres ot Section 7. Township 3. Range 5,
Also Five acres beginning at the north
east comer of the above titty acre lot,
thence running north to the corner of
Fountain Head Ghnrch lot, tlienee west
as to include Five acres, thence south
the north line of said Fifty acre®,
thence east to the beginning Which land
is further described as Fifty Five Acres
part ot the East half of the South West
f Seition seven, 7, Town 3 ami
am
on
the
1890,
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and
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first
so
to
Quarter
Range 5 west; being Fifty acres the
south part of the east half of tire South
West Quarter of Section 7, Town 3,
Range 6 west, and five acres joining said
fifty acres on the North East corner ot it,
together with the appurtenances and
hereditaments thereto appertaining.
R R. West, commissioner.
McKenzie & Wall, sol's for comp'ts.
April 10, 1890- 4w
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JOS. GOODMAN
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Watchmaker, Jeweler & Pawnbroker,
k 3821-2 Main St. opposite
Gayoso Hotel, Memphis, Tenu.
nd
A fine assortment of Clocks. Got.n
Silver Watches, Spectacles
always on hand.
REPAIRING in aU Its branches attended
to. Fair dealing guaranteed.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
March 21, 1889—ly
M D. DAVID.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Fin?
KF,\TL(RY aiulTEWESSKE YYlllSKL H
Imported Wines & Brandies.
132 Main Street, bet ween Exchange
and Market,
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE
Trade from the surrounding connth'4
respectfully solicited. Orders hv
mail receive my personal atten
tion, and satisfaction guaranteed
IKE HECHT,
Oct'r 17. 1889—lv
PATENTS.
Caveats and Trade-Marks obtained, and
all Patent business conducted for mode
rate fees.
Patents Office and we can secure jiatent
in less time and at less cost than thu.-d
Our Office is opposite l - . S,
remote from Washington.
Send model, drawing or pho., with
We advise, if patentable of
Our fee not due lil!
description,
not, free of charge.
patent is secured.
A Little Book, -'Howto Obtain Put-'
with names of actual clients in
ents,'
your State, county, or towu sent frec.
20
20
50
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of
ami
Address,
O- A SNOW&cO.
Opp PatentOekice, Washington, D.O
NOTICE
To Farmers and Slorlimcn
I am now prepared to treat all disease
of Hort.es and Mules. And prepar
ana keep on hand a supply of Oh a
Powders, and other medicines,
stock.
And am also prepared to take care
all stock entrusted to me for treatment.
Address me at Eudora. P.O.
J. S. NICHOLS,
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Jan 29, 1889 -tt
A. J. Eason, Admin'r of
ft. R. D. Eahon, dec'd.
No 1813
vs
Wm. II. Rutland
The State of Mississippi.
To Walter Bland, Guy Bland, ami Fraub
Crawfordsville, Crittcuh-i'
A lied
Bland,
CoutHy, Arkansas, and Mrs.
Wood, Memphis, Tennessee.
y OU are commanded to appear betbra
the Chancery Court of the Cotimy
of DeSoto. in said Slate, on the first
Monday of August 1890, to defend the
suit in said conn of A. J. Eason, Admin
istrator of R. R. D. Eason, deceased,
who was Administrator ot Harri-oii
Rutland deceased, wherein yon are de->
fendanta A proceeding for 8inal Soule*
nieut and discharge ot U. II. D. Kasmi'a
Administrate l of Hairison Rutland's
estate.
the
3,
it,
and
R. R. West, "lerk
Powe! & Powel, sol's for compl'ts.
April 3, 1890- 4w
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
1 was appointed Administratrix ot the
Estate of W, II. StUNroCK de. cn: t d, by
the Chancery Court of DeSoto County,
State of Mississippi, on the 25th da' of
March 1H90. All persons hating clnims
against said estate are hereby notified to
present the same and to have the sumo
Registered within one jear or they will
be forever barred.
Ann Eiza B Siunfock.
Administratrix Ac.
April 3.1890.—4w

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