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' T ,u kcuaT. Septem in.a \3, 1890.
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ft irioHlis.
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One copy
3 inouï 'h
Poo ai News.
CoTioN coming in rapidly.
Pleasant weather the past week.
j H E rains Friday and Saturday
stop to cotton picking.
OüR merchants are receiving fall
Bn d winter stocks of goods.
Subscribe for the "DeSoto Times"
only one dollar a year.
Several heavy showers of rain fell
in this section, during the past week.
Inter State Fair on tho 27fch at
Memphis.
put
a
The price of notion is going down,
ond it is likely to reach a low price
by the first of October.
Nothing conduces more to the
business of a town than good coun
try roads.
Two Turks, with a performing
Bear and a Monkey, passed through
Hernando on Monday evening.
PliOF. Brodks opened his school
Monday, with about 30 pupils, and
looks forward to an increase in unui
bi r noon.
Tub Rev. Geo. II. Thayekou, of Uor
bou, bid., says: " Doth myself and wife
one our lives to Shiloh's Coksumption
Cuuk.
The Clarion-Ledger published last
week the number of acres which
each county has subject to home
stead entries. DeSoto county is one
of the few counties that has no such
land.
Tizb followin
Election have been appointed, by
tlia proper authorities, for DeSoto
county, to serve fortwoyears, to-wit:
T. A. Dodson, Days ; Wm. J. John
ston, Lauderdales; H. W. Nelson,
Hernando.
Commioisioncro of
0
We have a speedy and positive cure
for Catarrh, Diptberia, Canker Mouth,
Hoad-Ache, in Shiloh's Cataukii Rioie
liY. A Nasal Injector free with eadi bott
le. Use it if you desire health and sweet
breath. Price 50 cents. Sold by Robert
son & Goodman.
Cards are out, announcing the
marriage on 24th inst., at Oktoc,
Oktibbeha County, Mississippi, of
A. P. Watson, Esq., Cashier of the
Hernando Bank, to Mbs. M. Adele
Stallings, one of Oktibbelias' most
estimable daughters.
We find the following in the Al
Oregon, Daily Herald, of the
7th inst:
BORN.
Watson—T o Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
Watson, oil September 6, 1890,
a son.
Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When alle was a Child, ehe cried for Caatoria.
Vhen she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
#hen she had Children, ehe gave them Castoria.
POLYMN1AN SOCIETY.
This Society meets at the residence of
hu Jones, on Thursday, September 18th
WOO, at 7:30 p. m. when the following
Program will be rendered.
Heading
Talk: On the
Beeilatiou,
Rcadi.. e ,
discussion—fair
Critic,
Miss Mattie Smith,
Freuclt Revolution—
Mr. Wall.
Mrs. J.R. Whitley,
Intermission.
Mrs. McKenzie,
Maid of Perth—Dr.
T. Jones.
I1!T
Mr. McKenzie.
Mattie Smith, See'y.
Another very heavy rain Monday
•torning.
Needing a tonic, or children that want bnlldlng
n _„„ lip, ahnutd take
"ROWBFS moi* BITTF.RS.
Han K?. nt ,0 "G'v enros Malaria. Indiges
' "" biUoueritaa. All ctealeia keep iL
rw wu^t ! j awvv>atf..a^i.» -rm*
Coniederate Vet rans of Mis
sibeippi.
Hcadquarfers, (i
id Camp, )
Confederate Veterans or Miss. ■
Grenada, Miss., Aug. 25, '00. j
General OrderNo.
5.
I. Pusuani to paragraph 1, article
IV and article IX, of the Constitu
tion of the Grand Camp of Confed
erate Veterans of Mississippi, the
department command announces that
the first annual meeting of the grand
camp will be held at Meridian, Miss.,
the 1st Tuesday ( 7th ) in October
next. Confederate veterans in Miss
issippi, of all arras, grades and de
partments, nro cordially invited to
attend this re-union of their
rades.
on
com
II. Business of supreme import
ance to the Veterans of Mississippi
will be presonted for consideration
at this meeting of tho grand camp,
and it is to be hoped that Confeder
ate veterans in every county of the
State, where they have not already
done so, will organize into
in time to send delegates to this re
union.
III. On receipt of this order com
manders of camps will promptly
make out and forward to E. T. Sykes,
Adjutant-General, Columbus, Miss.,
full and complete returns of their
respective camps in order that he
may ire enabled to furnish the need
ed information of the grand camp.
By order of
E. C. Walthall,
G encrai (Commanding.
E. T. Sykes, Adj't-GenT.
camps"
R F.M A
1KABLE,
i
YOU can buy at tho Drug Store of J.T.
M Smith, Lamp Chimneys at 30 cents
per dozen. Coal Oil, Tennessee refined
R50O test, at twelve and a half cents per
gallon.
sept. 18, '90.
The Australian 99 cents store, is
now running at full blast in Hernan
do.
\V<i:ts tiio matter with
stiver dollar ? It's ail
for you can now use it
for the XOW Û.P
Tfine.s-licm
OlT.lt lor a whole year.
• hat
rin-Ef
• • S ' 11
n pa
1; !
FOR DTSPEP8ÏA
r.ro'.vn'.u iron lüttors.
Faysioiiins recomraend it.
All doftlers kep it. v* 1 . 0 » per bottle. Genuine
Wü u'ade-murk u/*i crosaed red lines on wrapper,
nnn
U
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5
Oil
I.
9
Now is the Time to
get Bargains.
HARRY GREEN
H.W .HIcüT RECEIVED A
B-TLL LÎVE OP
ladies DRESS GOODS from
CALICOS to the Finest
CASH MERS AND FLANNELS.
500 Pair of Ladies and Misses
Shoos of all Styles, Grades
and Prices.
500 Pair of Men and Boys
BOOTS AND SHOES OF THE
LATEST FASHION
MENS AND BOYS IJATS AND
GAPS of the latest pattern
$1.000 worth of Mens and
Hoys Fall and Winter
CLOTH INGi
I will keep constantly in store
a line of Furniture suchjas
Bedsteads, Bureaus, Safes &
Chairs, Mattresses, Tables
Cradles, Trunks.
Also a full stock of Fresh
Groceries—Staple and
Fancy.
Gome and price my Goods before
buying elsewhere. For I cau
save you money.
sep„ 11, 1890.
The Tlupit e.r.d tîi
Stage.
Rev. F. M. Sfiroul, Pastor Uni
Brethren Church, Bine Mound Kai
Ifeel it my duty to tell what I
wonders Dr. King's Ne
has done for mo. My Lungs wore
badly diseased, and my parishioners
thought I could live only a few weeks.
I took five bottles of Dr. Kim
Discovery and urn sound and well,
gaining 2G lbs. in weight."
Arthur Love Manager Love's Fun
ny Folks Combination writes: After a
thorough trial and convincing
donee, 1 am confident Dr.
New Discovery for Consumption
beats em all, and cures when
thing else fails,
ness I can do my many thousand
friends is to urge them to try it.'
Free trial bottles J. T. M. Smith': '
Drug Store. Regular sixes 50c. and
$ 1 . 00 .

let
says:
Discovery
New
evi
Kin;
every
The greatest kind
Wife- Now, tli
s is a nice time for
you to come home from the lodge.
Here it is half-past two. Husband—
What of it? If I hadn't gone to the
lodge at all it would be half-past
two all the same wouldn't it?—Texas
Siftings.
Or; it sales of Plantalion Chill Cure
(regular and tasteless)
all others together For sale by J. T. At
Smith, Hernando. Maxwell & Nesbit,
.Whits, It. M. McLeod, Cockrum, Rob
ertson & Goodman, Iltaamndo, D r A u
Ferrell Loves station.
:ced in amount
A Georgia editor, in resigning a
country postoffice, writes: "The re
ceipts of the last month have been
•16,40, the rout Hi, and clerk hire 810.
Being a Democrat, we can no longer
get our consent to hold office under
a Republican administration, hence
we resign."
* AYe 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, Hernando.
R. M. McLeod, Cockrum, Dr. A. 15.
Ferrell, Loves station. Maxwell & Nes
bits, Nesbits.
To seo the jolificatiou in which
the Republicans are indulging in
at Washington, over having
ted ' Speaker Reed from a district
where there was no thorough or
ganized Democratic opposition, one
would suppose that they had elected
a majority of the next House and
secured a mortgage ou the Presiden
tial chair for four years from March
4. 1893. Let them remember that
" lie who laughs last laughs best."
re elec
AVe refund money in every instance
when Plantation Chill Cure (regular and
tasteless) tails—but it never fails. For
sole by J. T. M. Smith, Robertson &
Goodman, Hernando.
Cockrum, Dr A 11 Ferrell, Loves station,
Maxwell & Nesbit, Nesbits.
U M McLood,
CottonSeed are now selling at
a very small figure, and farmers are
not disposed to sell. The cotton
seed oil men are "blue" over the
passage of the Conger Lard Bill,
winch practically means ruin to a
large proportion of the colored Ee
pfublicans of the South.
DIED.
In Hernando, Miss., on Saturday,
13th of September 1890, Earnest
Todd, aged 12 years, son of Mrs.
Mollie Todd.
At his residence in Hernando,
Miss., on September loth, 1890, of
cancer of the face, George W. Pullin.
Aged 61.
Stop and Think! plantation Chill
Cure (regular and tasteless) cures 99
cases out of every hundred, and price
only 60 cents. For sals by J. T. M.
Nmith, Robertson & Goodman, Hernan
do, It M McLeod, Coikrtun, Dr A B
Ferrell, Love, Maxwell & Nesbit, Nes
bits
The Government report on oafs
indicates a crop of 525,000,000 bush
els. Last year's crop was 751,000,
000 bushels.
Severe frosts fell all through the
State of Nebraska, last Thursday,
injuring late potatoes and other veg
etables considerably.
An appropriation of forty thous
tad dollars has been made by Con
gress for the benefit of the Oklaho
ma sufferers.
La Bastie G lass. I
, '
This
wonderful invention has g
î B
been utilized to the extent of pro- D 4
(hieing
Lamp Chimneys that will not
Break.
in all the ordinary or practical iiRes
of Lamp Chimneys, either from
handling or from heal or cold.
For sale by
J. T. M. SMITH.
iv rom wc.v ache.;
roahy n'wJ for nothing
itMiHy. Try
n ITT i'JJiiJ.
Or yeti are nil worn
n no n
S l KO
;i.l Rive a "oo:' ap-pellte. So' 1
ical'.-rs in jnedlcihc.
It will
Specimen Cases.
S. II. Clifford, New Cassel, Vis.,
* as troubled with Neuralgia and
Rheumatism, his Stomach was dis
ordered, hia Liver was affected to an
alarming degree, appetite fell away
and he was terrible reduced in flesh
and strength. Three bottles of Elec
tric Bitters cured him.
Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, 111,
had a running sore on his leg of
eight years standing. Used three of
Electric Bitters and seven boxes of
Bucklen's Arneea Salve and his leg
is sound and well. John Speaker,
Catawba, O., had five large sores
on hisjleg, doctors said he was incur
able. One bottle Electric Bitters
and one box Bucklen's Arnica Halve
cured him entirely.
M. Smiths Drug store.
on
Hold at J. T.
There will be no woman suffrage
in Mississippi.
The general crop average in Miss
issippi, according to the department
report is 87 per cent.
Married.
In Hernando, Mississippi, Thurs
day, Sept. 11, 1890, Mr. Thomas J.
Dean, to Miss Dora Robinson. Rev.
U. J. Hearon officiating.
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Cft storla proaxotes Digestion , and
overcomes Flatulency, Constipation, Soar
Stomach, Diarrhoea, and Feverishness.
Thus tho child is rendered healthy and its
sleop natural, Castoria contains no
Morphine or other narcotic proporty.
rell adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to mo." H. A. Archer, M. 1)..
82 Portland Avo., Brooklyn, N. Y.
" I uso Castoria In my practice, and find 16
■pecially adapted to affections of children."
Alex. Robertson, M. D.,
1057 2d Ave., New York.
Tmh CtorrAUR Co., 77 Murray St., N. Y.
Castoria Is
Why pay 70 cents or $1 when you can
buy Plantation Chill Cure (regular and
tasteless) for 50 cents, which is guaran
teed ts cure you. For sale by J. T. M,
Smith, Robertson & Goodman, Hernan
do, Maxwell & Nesbit, Nesbits, Dr .4 ii
Ferrell, Loves, R M JGLeod, Cockrum,
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in tho world tot outs,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fevers
chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all
kin eruptions, and positively eu rex Piles.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion, or money refunded Price 25 cents
per box. For sale by J. T. M. Smith.
POWELL'S PILLS
The best Family Medicine extant to
which I can attest., as thousands of oth
ers. These Pills are no patent medicine.
The Formula for them can be seen by
any one. They are ingeniously coiripoun
dedofjStapIe -Medicines, which makes
them so effective.
(Sold by
J. T. M. SMITH.
Ang 20. 1890.
Subscribe for your county paper.
Plantation Chill Cure (regular and
tasteless) is the only remedy prescribed
by physicians. For sale byJ. T M. Smith,
Robertson & Goodman, Hefnamldo, A
B Ferrell, Loves, R M McLeod, Cocli
mui, Maxwell & Nesbtt, Nesbits.
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DRV GOODS, CLftTiHX«, BS0ÏS,
SHOES, •(ÎKOCEKÎES,
SUPPLIES
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Invita attention | Especially,
to their splendid stock of
CLOTHING •
April 1,1890—ly.
s. F. BOWEL.
SAM BOWEL.
PGWEL&POWEI.
Attorneys at Lav/.
MISS
HERNANDO,
WTLL practice in all tho Courts in Do
•Soto Co unir, "lis?., and adjoining conn
ties. And will negotiate loan.-; of moue)
on Real Estate security,
February 7, 1890—ly
AtIA1. Wau .
Donald McKenzie.
McKENZIli & WALL
Attorneys at Law,
IIEttNAN DO. Ml SSI 88 1 PPL
Do ember 5.1889—ly
i.r S. Bucnanan,
Art
ATTORNEV-AT-LAW,
Hernando. Alias., and No. IT Alad;
son Street, Memphis. Tenu.,
Planters Insurance Building.
WILL practii'e in the Fédéra',
State
and County Courts of Mississippi and
,1 attention to businessin PeSotc
and adjoining Mississippi counties.
Juu'v 20, 1890—tf
Spc
C FOSTER,
>
ATL'OUNEV AT-LAW,
: : Misi
Tlornando : :
(Office on south side Ccufor street)
WILL practice in theOouuty, .Stute and
Federal Courts.
And has .Çlûi.ooo to Loan on Real
Estate Security.
Jau'y 13, 1,890—1y.
DMT. M. JONES
I3TOFFICE—On North side Centre -I,
Hernando, Misstssieri.
Office hours fr tm 8 a. tn. to (ip. m.—
nth side same street, one
apiure east of otliee.
•fauy 17.1890—yr
Residence S,
T. M EELLIN.
/C'.'w'.•
f-.
'Wm
W ÜST 1 ) E ! 'TAKER,
HERN A N DO, .n ISS1SSIIT1.
Iveepsconstaiitly on hand Wooden Col
tins of all kinds.
Orders promptly attended to all the
cemeteries.
Xov28 1878-1 v
Commissioner's Sale,
Wm. L. Cole
t
No. 1950.
Mus. S. Cole, ct. al
TOY virtue ot a decree of the ITonor
■*®able Chancery Court of DeSoto coun
ty, State of Mississippi, rendered at Ute
August term, A. 1) 1890, thereof, order,
iitg a sale of certain lands mentioned
therein, l tho undersigned, appointed
Commissioner to execute said decree,
will on
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1890,
expose at publi ; auction to the highest
bidder, at the Court House door, in the
town of Hernando, for cash, within the |
hunt's prescribed by law, the following
described lands, being in said County
and State, to-wit:
The West half of the North East Quar
ter of Section 19, Township 3, Range (i
west, together with the appurtenances
and heredimoiHs thereto appertaining.
R. R. WEjT, clerk.
Z'owel & Powel. sol's.
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A lino assortment of Clocks, Gold
Silver Watches, Spectacles
always on hand.
RLi'AI RING in all its bra
to. Falrd sdi
GIVE US A TRIAL.
March 21, 1889—ly
am'
diet at tended
guaranteed.
JTÎ1
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, le and Retail Dealer in i lu 1 *
Whole
TIXKV anUTi:\.\KSS!-;:-; wins?
Imported Wines & Erandie:
132 Main Street, bet ween exchange
and Market,
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surroumliiiir ronntlo»
Order« l»y
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ranteed.
Managt i ?
Trade from the
respe« I tally
solieitod.
1 KK HUC HT.
PATENT
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Caveats and Trade-Marks olitaiued. m o
all Patent business conducted for tm
rate fees,
Our Office is opposii
Patents Office and we can secure pa'ert
in less time and at less cost than thoso
remote from Wasliington.
Send model, drawing or pho.. with
description,
not, free of charge. Our fee not due till
pillent i> seemed.
A Little. Look, "How to Obfein V .\
unis," wit li mimes of art uni
Hionis in
your State, county, or town sunt free.
Address,
c. A. S-TsTOAY « O-.
Off Patent Office, Wasihnuton.-D.C
NOTICE
'5'« nml wüocLssti'W
I nuit ull disons
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am now ]>n psjror
of Horses and Mules,
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keen on hand a snpp)
('ha li
I'.oNf
HID
and other
Powdkrs
stock.
' And nm also prepsvod t° lake cun' o«
all stock entrusted to mo for trout ment
Address me at. Ktidora. P.O.
S. NICHOLS,
Jan 29, 1889 -tt
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DI-SOTO STAHLE,
WOOD ERG'S Prop'torh
Situated on Center Street,
HERNANDO, MISS.
TltTHI'.liE the publie' will find first
eluss eoiivovamaw.
Boarding and Feeding bv the dav or
Stock 'kept
month, at cheapest rates
on band for sale or exohiln
Feb'y 22, 1888 - -tt 1
THE I. C. R .R.
Mississippi & Tennessee Div.
'Grains arrive at Hernando as follow s .
aily mail south arrives......7:11 p. m.
N. O. Express, south arrives.-8.39 a. m,
Grenada Ex. north arrives. .-.5.45
Daily mail north arrives.».. ..7.45
val Freight north arrives. .12 40 p. m
cal Freight south arrive* . 10.55 *,
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