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DEALERS IN
m GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS,
SHOES, GR0CEÜ1ES,
«ID PLANTATION SUPPLIES
o:
■:o
Invito attention | Especially,
to their splendid stock of
CLOTHINd •
April 4,1890—ty
SAM POWEL. S. F. I'OWKL.
POWEL &PO WEI
Attorneys at Law,
HERNANDO,.. -
WILL practice in all the Courts in Do
Soto County, niss., and adjoining coun
ties. And will negotiate loans of moue)
On Rea! Estate security,
February 7, 1890—ly
MISS
Donald McKenzie.
Mial Wali .
McKenzie & wall.
Attorneys at Law,
HERNANDO. MISSISHIPP.
Decembers, 1889—ly
j. 8. Mohoan,.A. S. Bubiianan.
Morgan & Buchanan
aTTorneys-at Law,
Hernando, Miss., and No. 41 Madi
son Street, Mem phis. Tenu.,
Planters Insurance Building.
WILL practice in the Federn', Stale
and County Courts of Mississippi and
Tennessee.
ÿpecial attention to business in DeSoto
and adjoining Mississippi counties
Nov'r 6. 1890—tf
H. R- C FOSTER,
ATTORNEY AT-DAW,
Eeruando : : : :
: : Mis
(Office on couth side Center street)
WILL practice in the County, State and
Federal Courts.
And has $100,000 to Loan on Real
Estate Security.
Jan'v 13, 1890—ly.
A. MONTAGUE SGLCfM<
Attorney and Connsollor at Law
Hernando, Miss.
is
for
TXT ILL practi
"* of DeSoto and adjoining Counties.
Also State rnd Federal Courts.
Office on north side of Center street,
in the east room of the building occupied
by Dr T. M. Jones
e in all of the Concis
Nov. 13, 1890-1 y
DR T.M. JONES
tyOFFICE—On North side Centre SI
Hernando, Mississippi.
Office hours fr >m 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.—
Residence South side same street; one
square east of office.
Jany 17,1890—yr
day,
law
held
T.
ed
T. M. PULLIN.
it
i.
a
iTOSBiSSBS
^DEKTAZBR,
HERNANDO, .MISSISSIPPI.
&»°" handff00d0,lCot
Orders promptly attended to all the
cemeteries.
Nov- 28 1878-1 v
ash
Lumber,
Lumber.
I.r r/o tii 111 need of any kind of rough
l h/IIER' will please leave orders with
y ' "ckery, at his store, and same will
mJ' iil Promptly. Both Gum and U)
(Ua7 . 11 Gurling a specialty. Aspleii.
this p f ^ Uni 011 ''is store lot
. WHITE & TURLEY.
August 14, 1890—tf
Danlation Chill Cure (regular and
ÄlUtSS «y
obertson & Goodman, Hernanddo, A j
11 Ferrell, Loves, Ji M McLeod, Cock- 1
r "®, Maxwell & Nesbtt, Nesbits. j
THE I. C. R H
Mississippi Sc To:i
T rains arrive at llerimiiuu. kiss,
follow«
C-: • I v
J»«
Trnius going norlh.
Mail train
.7 :4."> a. m.
Grenada Ex.
Freight train .l :.yi p, m .
v pi m,
• .0
Trains going South.
G renada Ex.8::1.7 a. in.
Freight train,. ..
Mail train — ,
1.0 a.
..6.58 p. in.
DESOTO TIMES
Thursday, Dacmm hi ' 1, 1891.
SUBSCRIPTION 11ATES
.$1 00
J no copy 1 year.
One copy 6 months.
One copy 8 months..
Oh
- 80
Ijooai News.
Pay up your subscription.
° '* Bye (t Co., have a lnrç-e lot
of Christmas toys.
J. M. Gbanbekry, is foreman of
the Grand Jury.
Butter and Eggs, are very scarce,
and command a good price.
Masons Will find a notice in to
days paper, which interests diem.
J. T. M. Smith, has a nice stock
of ( hristmas goods. Read the notice
elsewhere.
Do
.
Robertson & Goodman, for the
next thirty days, will sell Goods at
low figures. Read their notice
The Sheriff, is ready to receive all
taxes. Recollect the time expires on
the 15th December.
. _ ., , „ ,
he ram Friday and Saturday,
put ft stop to all out-door work,
pecially cotton picking.
es
roll DYSPEPSIA
(Jf-r Br«»vn J M Iron Îi.îîînnj«
PaysicitiiH reroinmeud it.
All defers keep it. $1.(Y> per ho".le. Genuine
iia« trade-iuarka^ crossed rcülin son wrapper.
Copies of the Times containing the
State Constitution in full for sale at
this office for ten cents each.
If you wliish a good pair of eye
glasses, call at Smith's drug fetore.
See notice.
A cold Wave struck this section
Sunday, and heavy frosts and ice
every morning since.
The Rev. Gfo. Ii. Thayer, of Bour
bon, Ind., says: " Both myself and wife
oive our lives to Shiloh's Consumption
Cure.
Cotton is coming in and business
is brightening up somewhat, and
the merchants are looking for a
for a good holiday trade.
The Free Schools of the county,
will close on the Christmas holidays.
See notice of County Sup't Wm. H.
Johnston, on the subject.
ICI
*
at
F
B
nary
less
In tho Horn Lake School of the
14th District, there appeared on the
Roll of Honor, for the month of
November the. names of Maoeii
Holbef.t and Sabah Bynum.
Ciecuit Court convened on Mon
day, Judge Fant, presiding. The
Judges charge, we learn, covered the
law fully. Tho business before the
court, on the civil docket is light.
The election of officers of the Her
nando Lodge, K. of H. RÎ64, was
held on Friday night, according
notice, with the following result :
W. O. Dockery—Dictator.
J. H. Johuson—Vice Dictator.
W. H. Rollins—Ass't Dictator.
T. M. Pullin—Reporter.
E. W. Smith—Fin'l Reporter
W. S. Slade—Treasurer.
George Wood—Guide.
J. W. Lauderdale—Chaplin.
C. Jones—Guardian.
J. C Gillespie—Sentinel.
Representative— T. R. Maxwell ;
T. C. Dockery, alternate.
Trustees—J. B. Morgan, Donald
McKenzie, T. C. Dockery.
Medical Examiner— W. S. Weis
singer, M. D.
The above officers will be install
ed on the first Firday night in Janu
B
to A
J
To
YOU
the
in
said
you
sale
«y- >'« »«i.,.™
to bo P reseut on lhls
occasion and participate in the
ceremonies.
Specimen rases
v
S. H. Clifford, Niw Cassel, Wis.,|
troubled with Neuralgia and
dis
J»«
was
Rhuematism, his Stomach was
ordered his Liver was affected to an
alarming degree, apjietite fell away
and he was terribly reduced in flesh,
and strength. Three bottlesof Elec
Edward Shepherd Harrisburg, 111.
had a running sore on his leg of
eight years standing. Used lliree
bottles of Electric Bitters and seven
boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Halve and
John
trie Ritters cured him.
his leg is sound and well.
Speaker, Catawba, 0., had five large
fever sores on his leg, doctors said
he was incurable. One bottle Elec
00
Oh
80
trie Bitters and one box Bucklen's
Arnica Salve cured him entirely.
Sold by J. T. M. Smith.
MASONIC.
lot
of
to
Hernando Lodge, No. 51, F. &. M.
will meet in regular Communication
on Monday, December IT,ill, nt 7.'MV
p. m. Important work in E A. De
gree. A full attendance is desired.
All Masons in good standing, fra
ternally invited.
J. B. MORGAN, W. M.
J. M. Clark, Sec'y.
liAlHKS
Needing & tonic, or children that want building
up, should tala;
BROWN'S IlUiW BITTERS.
It Ih pleasant to take, cures Malaria, Indiges
tion, and Biliousness- Ail dealers keep it.
Besides the local Bar attending
Circuit Court, we note, Col. Cooper,
Hon. J. B. Morgan, A S. Buchanan,
Frank Powel, W. A. Percy, John U.
Foster, Memphis, Tenu., Eugene
Johnson and Ira D. Oglesby, Senn
tobia, J/iss.
the
at
all
on
There has been a change made of
agents at the Hernando Depot.—
Linley Jones is agent, with George
Wood a8 assistant .
es
We would not urge an article without
merit. We urge and guarantee Piaula
lion Chill Cure. (Regular and tasteless.)
For sale by J. T. M. Smith, Hernando.
R. M. McLeod, t'ockruin, Dr. A. ii.
Ferrell. Loves station. Maxwell ifc Nos
liil-, N'esbits.
at
THE HERNANDO RANK.
The Hernando Bank was reorgan
ized as a State Bank, on Monday, by
the re-electiou of E. H. Granger,
President, A. P. Watson, Cashier,
and Col. Jordan A Payne, was elec
ted Vice President. Judge Sam
Powel, Don M. Dockery, Col. J. A.
Payne and E. II. Granger, were elec
ted Directors. The Bank has been
doing a good business this fall, and
has been quite a convenience to the
community.
Pure Drugs and Medi
.-1
eines.
T^Llycerine Suppositories, higlilv
commended by Pliysicinns for
moving Constipation, can lie had at
J. T. M. Smith's.
re
re
to
ICI resit Drugs, Chemicals, are constant
* ly being received, which can be liait
at fair prices at
F uctfs Marina, at
J. T M SiftTii's.
B est Bi-Carbonate ot Soda in kegs—
host for Medicinal as well as Culi
nary purposes a
T3uy, and have your Medicines put np
by a competent person, running
less risk of poisoning and stale com
pounds.
J. T. M. Smith's.
J. T. M. Smith's
in
es
by
lers
B as» Bulls and Balts, at
IT
J. T. M. Smith's.
A Bal l ' el nf Apple Vinegar, just re
ceived at J. T. M. Smith's.
J ust received at J. T. M Smith's Drug
Store, I Barrel Golden Machine Oil.
May 16, 1890.
Laura H Gorman,
No 1993.
Cornelia II. Gorman 1 et ai.
vs
The State ok Mississippi.
To Cornelia II Gorman, Frank II. Gor
man, James F. Gorman, Memphis,
Shelby county, Tennessee.
YOU art commanded to appear before
the Chancery Court of the county of De
soto,.in said Slate, on the first Monday
in February, 1891, to defend the suit iii
said court of Laura II. Gorman, wherein
you are defendants. A proceeding for
sale of land for division of proceeds.
U. II. West, clerk.
Morgan Ä Buchanan, sol's for com'ts.
December 4, 1890—4w
as'n 1
m
ut:
line Dollar Der Year
in Advance i
The Puipit and the Stage
Rev. F. M. Shrout, Pastor United,
Wis.,|
and Brethern Church Blue Mound, Kan.
dis- sa >' 8: "I feel it my duty to tell what
wonders Dr. King's New Discovery
an
away bas f° r lne - My Dungs were
flesh, diseased, and my parishioners
Elec- ; thought 1 cou!cl live only a few Weeks.
I took five bottlesof Dr. King's New
111. Discovery and am sound and well,
of gaining 20 lbs. in weight."
lliree Arthur Love, Manager Loves
funny Folks Combination writes j
and After a thorough trial and convincing j
John ! evidence I am confident Dr. King's *
large New Discovry for Consumption beats
said em f| b Rn, l cures when everything
Elec
else fails. The greatest kindness I
can do my thousand friends is to urge
them to try it. Free trial bottle at J.
T. M. Smiths Ding Store. Regular
sizes 50c. and $1.00.
POI.YMNI AN SOCIETY.
M.
7.'MV
De
fra
This Socle!) meets at the residence of
Mr SloICciiEÎn, OU Tliurvüny.
18,1890.nl 7:30 p. in. wlienjthefollowing
program will be rendered.
Song,
Heading
II. Diecroger,
Mrs. Ii Farley,
"On Lafayette''—J. It Whitley.
Intermission.
Song
Discussion—" Sardaiiapalilts "— J.
Lee.
John W. Lauderdale.
W.
U.
Critic,
Gcorgë Wood.
Mattie Smith, Sec'y.
Wf. have a speedy and positive cure
for Ca'arrh, Dipt betritt, Canker Mouth;
Head-Ache, in Shiloh'sCatakmii Iîkm le
ur. A Nasu! Injector free with eacli butt
le. Use il it yon desire health and sweet
breath. Price 50 cents. Sold by Robert
son & Goodman.
NOTICE.
of
The F ree Schools of DeSoto Coun
ty, will close for Christmas holidays
on the 24th of December, and re
open on the first Monday in Janu
Wm. H. Johnston,
County iSup't.
ary.
ii.
Answer this Question.
Why do so many pcojile we see around
us seem to prefer to suffer and be made
miserable by Indigestion, Constipation,
Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, Coming Up
of the Food, Y'ellow 8kl.., when fo 1 ' 75
cents we will sell thorn Shiloh's System
Vitalizer, guaranteed to cure them. So.d
by iîoiiKiîTi ox & Goodman.
j
by
A.
Why pay 70 cents or $1 when you can
buy Plantai ion Chill Cure (regular and
tasteless) for 60 cents, which is guaran
teed to cure yon. For sale liy J. T. M.
Smith, Robertson & Goodman, Hernan
do, Maxwell & Nesbit. Nesbits, Dr 4 B
Ferrell, Loves, U M JffoLe'Od, Cockt'um
TF TOUR FACIC A CITES
Cr yon arc all worn out, r- nliy çoo<i for nothing
it is general debilitv. Try
naon'ys iros fitters.
It will cure you, and give n Rood uppetite. Sold
by «11 dealers iu id >tUcme.
-CYS
%
COMBINED WITH GREAT REFIUC
T1NG ROWER.
They are as transparent and color
less as Light itself. ■
And for softness of ednranco to ilie n ve
cannot be excelled, enabling the
to read for liouis without iatigue. In
fact, they are
PERFECT SIGHT PRESERVERS.
wearer
Testimonials from the lending physici
ans in the United States, governors,
ators, stockmen, legislators, men of note
in all professions and in different branch
es of trade, bankers, mechanic
se ii
etc., can
by given who have had their sight much
much improved by their use.
All Eyes Fitted and Fit Guaranteed bv
J. T. M. SMITH,
Hernando, Miss.
These glasses are not supplied to pedd
lers at any price.
A. K IIA Wii ES
December 11, 1890—,0m
Lite & Fire Insurance
E. W. SMITH.
on
Hernandoi !M!iss.
Equitable Life Assurance So
iety of the United States,
New York.
Ætna Fire IrauBoe Company. :
Hartford Conn. |
New Orleans InssnrariPft Assn !
ivow uxiedUN mssurance asso^
lation, i^ewOrleans, La. 11890.
The Mississippi Home
Co , Vicksburg. !
capital Represented, I be
$130.000.000.
Your business respectfully
lioited.
SO
i
I
Buckletra Arnica Salve,
!
bruises.
chapped 1 nul*. chilblain*.
thiiierupiinna. amipositively cure* Pile
l> js guaranteed to give pel feet smi-lac -1
The Best Salve in the world loi cut«,
sores, ulcers, «alt rlieum, <eiers|(
ami all !
'
' ;
corns
j
j
*
I lion, or money reliimlcil 1'rlcc
per box. For sale by J. T. M burnt.
(•fills
I
j
When Baby was pick, wo z&re h<-r Pantoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Custcria.
Then she became Miss, she cluu? to Castoria.
/ht u she had Children, she gave them C'tuOom.
I
J.
E
I
I KP & I
I
is :
11
er
of
f.\:
Hj
FG2 PITCHtR'S
a
W.
Mm
i m
le
Cavtorla promotes Digest ion, and
overcomes Flatulency, Constipation, Sour
Stomach, Diarrhira, and Feverishness.
Thus the child is rendered healthy and its
sleep natural. Castoria contains no
Morphine or other narcotic property.
11 Car'oria is i
well adapted to children that
amend it ai> superior to nnv prescription
known to me." H. a. Archru, M. II.
Portland Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
" I Castoria In my practice, and find it
specially adapted to affections of children."
Alex. Robertson, M. D ,
10T>7 Cd Ave.. New York.
The Ckntato Co. f 77 Murray St., N. Y.
re
tta—agEsaaa sgzgg^ai
!
The Charter g£ Incorporation
OF THE
Hernnndo Bank
75
The Corporation is created to do a
genet ai banking and discount business.
bnv, hold, sell, exchange or other
wise dispose of notes, bonds, mort
and other evidences of indebtednes.'
receive deposits of money and other
tilings of value. To lend money on real,
personal, cliarile or oilier se urity and
or exchange real
estate and other property necessari for'..
the better transaction or protection of its !
hnsiness.
rpi ... . ,
I he name« ot the person« incorporated
arc: Andrew 1'. Watson, Edward H.
Don M. Dockery, Jordan A.
Payne, Sam Powel and their associates
and successors.
The corporation name is to be "The
Hernando Bank," and as such to have
power to contract and be contracted
with, sue and he sued; to have perpetual
succession and all powers prope 1 and
necessary to can y into off rt the pnrpo—
es for which the corporation i« rurmed ;
The domicil is to be Hernando. DeSoto
County, in die Male ufeMisrfsnippi. The
capital stock is :o be Fifty Thosand Dol
lars, divided into shares of One Hund
j red Dollars each, and the stockholder«
sliall be liable for the debts and c nit mets
of said corporation to the amoin.t f
stock subscribed and held bv each of
them.
i
rayes
to acquire, hold, fell
B
Granger,
!
in
111
A
The first meeting mnv be held and the
corporation organized at a time find, *
place to lie named by a m:tj n it «
incorporators, ami may commence busi
ness at any time alter one' half of the
capitai slock lias been subscribed and
paid in
of I Im
; !
November 20. Î8!»- 3w
W
/M§
To
tile
in
tor
DESOTO STABLE
WOOD BRO'S Prop-tors
Situated on Center Street,
HERNANDO, MISS.
TXT IIERE the public will find first
class conveyances.
Boarding and Feeding by the day
month, at cheapest rates! Stock kept
on hand for sale or exchange.
Feb'y 22, 1888— 1 1
'lo
the
in
said
von
ii
<>
Nolice lo Creditors.
: llH.tSÂÂ ÏÏLÏ
| Doch granted the undersigned by the
! Chancery Clerk of DeSoto county, Mis>
issipni, onthe2*tli dav of November
11890. This is to notify ail pci soils naving
Ï" "|,i
Registered within one \oar or they will
be forever barred.
of
lo
inst
.
i
w
B. D. Bynum,
C. F. Mooins,
McKenzie & Wall, att'ys.
December 4, 189Ü —4iv
Executors.
B Y virtue of a Vend! Exponas marié
to t.ic i;y It I! Holliday a Ju-'ino
! of the I'eacc for l>< »oto colmtv, Strie of
It k Hai '
-1
all ! Mississippi, at tlic «nit of >
' poilu r> Arc., - •"iiiust \V. ,
' ; i will on
MvMMV. THE 5TH MY OF .1 tNI'flti'
in .lui. ion
I ■
being tii" lii «I M
I s II to the !
j in legal hours nt Ihr Coini lloii-e
ot Devoid c'liimy, I lie inniivid« 1 inter,
ilrnt the s.'.iil VV A. Steiv soil has in r.
u«l;
«ill
II v
liner
ailed .viale in
tO til" loiloiv'll!
I de» I ie.il
Ml'
con t ,
i. How-, lo-wii
The middle j
h'liid.-cd
■a- eli'.ii £
Ppb, "
>f tin* StMll I; il't'
If!
third- acres ...i
in.l
v.-. -.l. to
of said
6» isfy
: I îndsi
il IT ii,
nci:l in favm
and against I he »aid
"coll
A. Stevenson.
\V\ II Iloi i.ikv sheriff.
II It C Fo-tar, all';.
Decent lier I),
,800 — ' w
< 0«1 MISSION ..US SALE.
KuzABr:' p u m •»!,
So 1*65,
Vs
John t^LKi.AMi.
|5V virtue nf a decree
■'"'able ( 'Imiuv.rv
if Hie liniioj.
< 'oint of 1} Aotocoun
ty, State of Mi-si -ippi. reii.h-reil at the
August term. A. D. 1*90, ihercof. ord
■ri.ig ;i vale of rerniu land
nr ulioiied
.1. appointed
said
il ni lei. rig!
•ein. I lia
ii'i-rcc,
riimtnivsi'
I o',nil"
Will on lb' riir-T MONDAY IN'.IAN-'
UA It Y. I 91,
: puoiic auction
ex po-i
to the
lions door in said couiiM . lor
cash ami the balance in one i
(late of sale, the
nl the Court
me half
ir from
nent to
at eight
percent per annum, with privilege to
purchaser to par all cash, within the
law, the following
dc-cribed lands, being m said Slate, do-'
wii :
boar interest from cl aie
hours prescribed bv
The Smith Lavt Quarter of Section '4;
together'
lid lieredita
Township 2, liange 8 west,
willi the appurtenance.
uients t liei-vt< i appertaining.
It- Ii. Wi-nt. commissioner.
H U C FfishT, s ilirifop.
Novembur 1*90—4\v
ri. B. Dennis, deceased,
vs
W. II, Rollins. Sheriff Ad*
i-li'.iUir
The St
No 19; 9
lilili
v of Mississippi.
Ti
James IÎ
..is. (■;.!«• (,:• .„I
Missouri, .mil Mi-. MintHi i.
iis t iiv
geruld, I.fbanoii, i"('i!!i('.s
Y ()i are <■• >minnin| ih i in
! lie Clmiice") Court of the i
'Veto, in said ,Xi til e, on / he first
in February 1891. to defend the suit 11 .
said coun ni W. Ii. Rollins, Sheriff-.'.''
ininis'rator of estate of S. Ii. LVnni?
deceased, wliîrein y mi are defendant —
A proceedings f r
debts.
McKenzie & Wall
October Hi, 1 ,
appear bef'vr
r of De
Mondav
1 1 ..
ale of land lo nav
West, clerk.
-
! ■
for'.. ..
! , , ,, IU ''
[iIicF.euic
>uto. m s:i j* I M.-tru. on
p., 1 ,
;
tor cmnp is.
w
Robert Turner
l
No 1950.
v
Millie Turner.
The ■'Ti n. ok Mississim.
To Millie 1 timer, resilience and postoffi.
to m Id res** not known.
Jed In aiipear before
v Court of the con it v of I se
hr l'r-i Mondai
o' mm:
f Rohrrt Tnrnc-r
' defendant.
here
for
you i
! tivori r.
Il R C Foster.
October lfi, i*;
R. P. W
clerk.
•T,
- iW
Tw. W. Nail, deco.*i.«t?d,
No 1779

W. II. Rolux«, Sheriff Acini.
Thk Statk of Mis«i«^ii»im.
'I'u Sarah Delia \>'hife, W.
by con my,
^ hire alia» Annie Lacey, Memphis,
Tennessee.
xi-t■>c
.1 unie
Tenn
V()C are
led to appear before
ciiunt v of I lo
in the first MondW
in Febrnnry 1*9 l. to i'cfenil ! ho
said court of W H. Rollins, sj,
'onraii
ilio Cliancei y Court of Hi
•Hin. in said Stale.
«un iu
et iff .7(1
hnil de
are del'en, Lints.—
111 1 111 s I rator ot estate oft,. W.
reused, wherein you
A proceeding on Final Seulement
and pelitiou for dU
1!. If. West, clerk,
d'.« for eom'pts.
October 2. 1*90—4w
*
t said
! Administration
cliargi.
McKenzie & '.Vail
W . T. Nesbit. Administrator,
R. I«. Parker, et al. No 1761,
The state op Misi
vs
'issippi.
To John II Griffin, Donaldson. Arkan
sas. Mrs. S'ophronia Maxwell, L
su*. R L. Parker and A
l i'arkcr, Memphis, Tenne
YOU are comma mied to
•k«
liui'c. Art
■«PC.
appear before
tile Chancen Court of tin- count v of De
sol". in .«aid Stale, on tiro firm Monday
in Feb ru try. 1891, fo defend the «ui' iii
said court of W. T. Nesbit. Administra
tor ol Nancy I'arkcr deceased, v herein
you are defendants.
Hua! seulement and
charge.
Morgan & Buchanan sol'e for compris.
November 27. 1890 tw.
A proceeding oil
petition for dis
R. R West, clerk.
William Hooks
No 1899.
vs
Miihiie Iîo-'ks.
The State or Misssssim.
'lo Middle Hooks, residence and post
office address unknown.
YOU are commanded lo appear before
the Chancery Court of lire (iuiimv of De
Solo. iu said *inte. on (he first Monday
in February 1891. to defend Un
said court of William Hooks,
von are defendant. A proceedin'! for Di
vorce. R R. West, clerk,
ii U C foster, sol'r for comprit.
December 4, 1*90.—vliv
suit in
wherein
Notice to Creditors.
Xy-U INti obtained Leiters lesfamen.
""tory under the n ill of \v p.
Ilowzn deceased, on the 2!iih ,| av of Oc
tober, 18.90, before the Clmnccij- GR.-j.
of DeSi lo County, Mississippi.
lo notify nil persons im^ino j n , '
inst the' Estai, * of said deceden'l t,'
Tins i
!
. , , exliib
i the same and have them RfcriMerc:!
w itiiin one year or lLey will b 0 'foreve;
barred. K. C. i 10 WEE, E:
Morgami & Bnclcilian atf>' s .
Nov'r à, 1*90 tTT
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