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JAMES JOUJ^AN, EDITOlt. V
VOL. 5 IliKA MISSISSIPPI, FHilUV, JAMAiiY 20. IS**, N0 ' -
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f.IiCAIi AM! PERSONA!, ITEMS
A few cases of measles and mumps
in town.
Air, Ed. ^Merrill is quits sick this
Week.
Dr. Worshnin, of Coiinth, is in town
this week.
Mr. C. E Davie, of Corinth, was in
U:e city several days this week.
Several new subscribers have been
added to our list this week.
Locals “scace,” Think they are all
frozen up.
The Pay Car Came through to-dny and
left quite a handsome sum among bur
tnorcbau'.s.
'1 he streets arc again getting in it pas
sable condition.
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Mr. Jesse Forsyth, of Memphis, is j
spending .1 few days here with rola'ives
and friends.
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Board of Supervisors in session this
week.
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Fee Executors’ Sale in another col
uuin. If you desire to purchase a piece
of land at a pargnin, von will dowel! to
jead the notice and remember date of
sale.
There seems to be a considerable de.
ixiand for wood in town this week, yet
there is none on the market.
It was a surprise to some of the boys
’</!eai;n tlint Judge Ilcust-on was not a
’irohibitionj^t, for tljev said he assumed
every appearance of one in fixing the
penalties.
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Monday was the coldest day that has
,visitcd us fgr more than two yea1-?. 1 he '
"herniometer registered eight degrees
jibove zero with a fair test, and lo date
the temperature lias risen, very little.
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We notice a statement going the
rounds of llpj press, to the effect that a
peeond attempt lias been mado to uimi
the court house at luka - This is cer
fiunly a mistaken idea, a« we at present
have no court house, save the crjimbl
jng walls of thu old ore to mink the
place where it stood.
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' Mrs. Harper, while walking through
hor back gallery one day this week,wa.'
thrown by the ice, inllieting painful,
but fortunately, not dangerous injuries..'
W. C. Hubbard & Co. have just opened
rt nice line of fresh drugs, medicines and
chemicals; also a line assortment of fancy
ami toilet articles.
I
Mr. Tom Holeman. studet t of I X. I
returned yesterday from a visit to his
parents in Memphis.
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This week seems to have beenote'
well adapted to “.sheeting” both volun*>
tary and accidental. ' We congratulate
■ourselves on having abstained from the
practice. To have I ts' as much “cheek’1,
tm some ot tho boys did, would wholly
unfit a man for,the newspaper business.
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We want ene good correspondent lo
write news letters from every post cilice
■in the county each week. For terms
address this oilioo. Unless you corupo.-c,
‘punctuate and write a-legible hard
don’t apply;
It is very probablo that by this time
'.our rcadurg have become tired of so
‘many apologies and excuses from us;
but if there is tiny one thing in existence
'that would be attributable as a just
cause for the deficiency in the record of
local happenings, it would, we think, be
assigned to the appearance that Iuka
'has pre-ented for the past week. Not
‘ 3*en so much as a wagon has been seen
on the streets or hardly a man from
X 'loutSiJte the.iiWpbrttUw: Ifv’lacl it'pro
•5nt“ nothing'^ a hn*lwmw appearance.
A
Normul Noles.
Mr. James ]!. Mogness, of -Slate sp’gs
Miss., entered the Normal this week, j
Mr. Horace Cunningham, of New
ham, Tenn., is anion" the new students
icgistered at the Normal.
Mr. W. K. Cfilbert and Ills sister,
Miss Ad i, of Itawamba county > have i
re-entered school here.
7V olice.
Notice 13 here by given that the under
signed, by order of the Board of Super,
visors, will receive bids for the hire and
custody of prisoners for two years from
this data, from the jail ol Tishomingo
coumy. Ail propositions for the con
tract of the hire and custody of the
same will bo received from this date
until March 5th 1888.
I’. \V. l’ATTKit ox, Clerk of the
Iuka, Miss., Board of Supervisors
Jan’y 11, 1888., 85
Printer’s fte §2 20.
Executors’ Saie.
In accordance With the directions of
the last will and testament of F.M. Kay
deceased, we, as h s executors, wili, < n
tiic 18th day of February, 1888, within
.egal hours, in front of the court ton e
ia the town of Iuka, Tishomingo coun
ty, Mississippi, sell at public attetion
to the highest bidder for cash, the fol—
»aim ill i Ijuvuim^'/ vwwm J J
Missi sippi', belonging to Said decedent,
to-wit,: Sou'h half of section ("0) thir
ty, township (:;) liiree, range (11) elev‘.
on, East . The title to said lai d
is perfect. It is situated about two
miles from luka, and has good count, y
houses, about twenty-live acres in culti
vation and the balance iinoly timbered'.
thos. L- Cljnkseale.-,
Cand er & Candler, 1 M- E. Kay,
Att’ys for Estate. ] Executors of
F. M. 11 iy, dee’di
Printer’s fee $4 85. 4t
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'!'•> Win. dik/ross, liunnah M«i Inis,
M;s, .yttiijUie Mr*. Ann J5aU*s.
and M i:s#i.iVI:u:[lia ;J. <’<>.\, ikkndanls :
You are pmumimjcd to appear before
l,!je ('11:i11• -Vv Jt/oiirt of ilk ('minty m
Tfsij.iujiu^o, in said stnte« on ti e Jiii
Alumiay of .March, I > ^ to defcno,tU.e sail
in -am ( oiili ot Kuj’ene .Hutsons el a*. I«»i
sale or partition ol lands of e-jyjje oJ
lim^e-s, deceased, n herein yim arc
d icnonni IsaMled t ile L'k.i - day -;i
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School Notice.
Mrs. Ilutll IVnri I-'nole will
open a boarding tciuml for
,\ oiuig ladies at h<w bone* j.a thjs
place, .March 12, f8S>. The .sMn ,,j
Jear wifi close I 11,1888. fj he
Slimmer term .a.d winter vacation
oder special advantages to par
ents desiring to plac: their daugh
ters at a health resort during the
summer, and have them at 'home
in winter.
the Liter,ry, Music,and Art departments
will lie supplied with teachers of experience
atria llity. A line opportunity will he
seen, also, to team Millherv and dress
Plaiting. Ill short lho licst advanl'im s will
lie given; Superior teachers, modern meth
ods and the iolluenccs of a ehrisii ,n h<mv
wi t combine tw make a school c, Ihe Highest
order, °
iixpe ses payable in advance.
Hoard. Idol, lisrlils ai;J wasldnc per l-o
year jfDO.Oi) IY.. in English, m 1,„7
oJnnnn!“^’ ‘n"hu,,,,Z J-l|in, !Tench I
'luition in Primary imp Intcrmed a’."'d,'.
;“;aa luand (iy Jim a V;.
J’rivalu lessons in El i ip.iort $-jr, po
e rawing and Painting S W'.''a?
Instrumental Music “ >
1 so of Instrument ....
Vocal Musi' t; •
^ Ecsso. a in Millinery and dtess maC*
Miss I'.die Giliesple, who is to he a tc-u’t
er in the school, will reec.ve pu; i - ii/l’ri
man and intennedc ie studies, beginning
Moiida.t danuan 2nd 18s,s. will only
tie recenei. in lho Primary I (apartment.
m .n in“" < ■' lllllasl ics tier
man and e reii-.di will lie l .mill! in u,„<„
;V“", 'V: “ ' ° parents are re
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Notice,
Ihe fiiie.-t it-'sprtmcm of clolliitajr in
(he market ai \\\ ^ ifubbard’s. Call
and see bow cheap.
«3. T. Robinsob,
—DMALEIt IN'—
.•STA PLB. FANCY .; .
o ui j l ' rj> j e s,
lr;;A, MissiRsirp*,
Ce He proposes to soil good if ; ricn
me any ipdtie'eiiK iir. Cull on liini a
Hyatt’.- old stand,^0-jr
®b* Cimes-^tmorrat.
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i The i)tith Annual Session of this Instilu
thm will <■■till
THUllSPAY, 2!)tii SKL’i KMFKK NIA'1
The faculty consisting of ele\i n I n
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lion is cleaned, and perfectly healthy
Necessary expenses need riot exceed 815'
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Gent's Zuloid Collars 20 amts. Cuffs 40
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Grogan Sliues 3 I 10 1° 3 1 4*).j
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