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lifcerty. TLa.. library 25. 1SF2- TLa-ks to J. B. Andrews for Ute payers. '. Fresh butter, cheese, and cran berries at R. L. Weatherby's store. Mrs. G. II. Barney, of Gloster, ii on a visit to relatives and fiieuds in our town. Tht sociable at Mrs. Sapping toa'a, Tuesday night, was pro nounced S, pleasant affair. Miss Anna Davis is on a visit to Gloster, but will return in a few days, bo cheer up boys. Our Jackson letter arrived last week on the day the paper was is sued, but appears this week. By an oversight we failed to men tion that services were to be held in the Baptist church Sunday last. Preaching may be expected at the Methodist church in this place, on Sunday next, at II o'clock a. m , by Rer. Mr. Campbell. Several new horse racks are in course of construction in our town and Nelse Allen is gradually build ing a new fence. Who said Liber ty was dead ? Messrs. Tueo. McKnight, W. M. Davis and Chas. Spears of Summit, and Frank W'eathersby of Ethel. La., were visitors to our town Monday. Mr. Hampton Burris, a respected citizen of the 4th district of this county, died at his home onWednes day. Fehruary 18lh. He was about 82 years of age. Rev. J. W. EUotson began at Gloster, on Tuesday ui;jht, a series of lectures' on the subject of Bap tism, to continue, night after night, for several days. Many thanks to the following named parties for cash favors in the last few days: Magee Bios., Jerry Wagoner, R V Wkittington, John Ashley, J S Wilkinson, Mrs. A. L, McKnight. Misses Maggie Lilly and Mamie Davis departed for Summit Tues day morning, where they intend spending a few days with friends, returning to Liberty, via Now Or- leans, sometime in the early Spring. Rev. Peter Turner, formerly of this county, died at Rancho, Texas, February Clh. Mr. Turner was said to have been the oldest Odd Fellow in that jurisdiction, and was buried withO,dd Fellow honors, lie was a son-in-law of our fellow citizen 11. J. Causey. Messrs. W. II. Causey and P. L. Marsalis were ordained as deacons in the Baptist church of this place, Sunday last. Elder Stewart was assisted by Elders Hemby, Robert and Thompson. The services were quite interesting and congregation larger than usuaK Rev. W H. Robert, of Ceutrevillo, has been conducting a series of lec ture! in the Baptist church, of our town, commencing Saturday night, 21st. inst., and closing Monday night. His talks were instructive and entertaining, and were enjoyed by all who heard them. ' I desire to return my sincere thanks and grateful appreciation to my friends, and neighbors for the kind and abundant assistance, ren dered myself and family, after the disastrous fire that left U3 destitute of a shelter. John T. Nunn ery. Merwin, Feb. 24, 1892. Notice. An Institute for white teachers wiil be held at the court house in Liberty, Miss., on Satur day, the' 12lh"day of March,' 1892. Every licensed teacher and especial ly those who intend to stand an examination in April next, are ureed to attend this meeting of o - - - teachers. . Geo. A. McGeiiee, Feb. 20, 1892. Co. Sup't. A new supply of corsets, domes tic, lowells, calico, apron checks, just received. Also, writing pa per, tablets, pens, combs, curry combs, shoe brushes, horsebrushes, concentrated lye, well buckets, knives and forks, pocket knives', ' pocket mirrors, toilet soaps, and a full supply of Coats thread. Brewer Bkos. & Co, - Sunday School Convention. The Colored Sunday School Con vention of District No. 1 will con vene at Anlioch Bnptist church Mar.ch 12th and 13th. The exercises will consist principally of essays and addresses. Rev. F. T. Sterling is to preach the conventional sermon on Sunday, at 11 o'clock a. m. The attendance is expected to be large. AH are cordiallv invited. , " B.J.Ross. Sotes from Zkm U::i. EJ.or Hera! J A beivy rain fell in this section en la.-t r.i ;ht, t!.e 19:5. j inst., the clouds are now dispersing rapidly, and tha wea'.her is spring-' Thi irxers a: backward in this section, as agener al thing about theirfarm work. Lee I rolling is the order of the day. The j oat crop is louking verv nice. Mr. T. L. Nunnery expects to i attach a rice mill to his machintiy on the Amite river next fall, if the farmers will raise a crop of rice this year. I think this a very good move. Is it not bett-r for the farmers to raise their owu rice for home consumption, than raise five cent cotton to buy it with. The delinquent tax collector, Mr. Hiram Ford, is making it very interesting for some of the de linquent cufTeys of this district. Mr. Geo. A. McGehee, County Superintendent, was in our vi cinity recently, visiting the schools. George knows what au iustitute of learning is when he sees it. Come again. We had the pleasure of hearing an able sermon, delivered by Elder R. J. Stewart of your town a few days ago at Zion Hill church. His theme was "The blessings of hearkening to God." Mr. Mat Temples, an aged and respected citizen, died at his residence in Franklin county, near the Mt. Olive church, on last Monday morning. As notes are scarce we will hasten to a close. Yours, etc. J. Colored Teachers' Institute. Liberty, Feb. 20th, 1892. Tho Colored Teachers' Institute met at the court-house in Liberty, February 20lh, 1892, C. B. Caston, manager. Tho teachers present were E M Harness, S C Buckets, Z T Ramsey, A T Sterling, W C Askew, Mioses E E Hood and Ida Dixon. The teaching of the follow ing branches was discussed by the teachers: Arithmetic, -Grammar, Natural Philosophy. The Essays were as follows: "Benefits of the Institute," by A T Sterling; "How to be happy." by S C Buckels; " Intellect," by Z T Ramsey. After which the Institute adjourned. C. B. Caston, Manager. Married: At the residence of the hrido's father, Mr. A. J. Andrews, on Wednesday, February 17th, by Rev. B. N. Hatch, of Summit, Mr. O. W. Rradshaw, of Yazoo county, and Miss JfcssiE A.NDutws, of Amite. At the residence of the bride? father, G. R. Taylor, in St. Helena parish, La., February 17lh, by Rev. E. D. Schilling, Mr. Alex. Stewart and Miss Etta R. Taylor. Attendants, Mr. Jehu Wall and Miss Pattie Williams. Mr. Stewart is one of Amite county'n promising young men, who robs St. Holena parish of one of its charming young ladies. E. D. S. At the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Siillie Gatlin, Thurs day. February 18th, by Rev. R. J. Stewart, Mr. 31. P. Gay and Miss Janie Gatmx, both of this county. Attendants: Mr. Frank Spurlock and Miss Julia Gardner. May their pathway through life be 6trewed with flowers, is the wish of ye editor1. ' , Bueklen's Arnica liilalve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts,, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains, corns, and all eki a eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satis faction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Cur- roll & Nunnery. , Stkaykd. DuringXovember last one sorrel filly, about two yearsold, with bell on; one bay horse, two years old; one lightdun hortemule, about two years old. Information concerning them will bo liberally rewarded. JLageb Enos., Franklinton, La i HI i 1 " I hare 8 nice and selected "stock of goods which I am disposing of, cheap for cash; I knotv times are tight and money scarce, and ap preciating the situatfoh am selling eoods accordingly. Don't be bash ful, but corne early and often. ' . A J. Lazar. II. P. BUCKLEY, , 8 Camp St, New Orleans, WATCHMAKER, And dealer ta Fine Watches, lIWILBIi . V Silrer Ware and Spectacles. Brrrf Srl.r Wlrbr RepairaJ. Jawtiirr mA order. Diamonds reeel tn the n'w't " reBl,l price o raU fuaxaoteed. A full line ef Waitbam ATrires it lowest rates. FebroaryW, !;; ; .SHiV Al'VLtti'lsLMENIS. ? Xew Store ! New Goods!, Xew Prices ! j T. U. GILL, GILLSBURG, MISS., DEALER IX Dry Goads, GROCERIES, BOOTS and SHOES, CLOTHING, CANNED GOODS, Etc., Etc. February 1 Constable's Sale. R. S. MuLaiu ) vs. Fi. fa. W. P.C.Stewart.) Y VIKTCK of a writ of fieri facias I i to me, from the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Amite county, Miss., I will, on the Second Monday in March, ISi'ti, at the court house door in tlie town of Lib erty, between tlie hours prescribed by taw, ofter for wile, to the highest bidder, for cash. the interest of W. P.C.Si-.vart in the fi Mow ing described lands to-wit: South hslf of north eat quarter of section t!7. towiiflhb 1, ranee 4. vast, coiitaiuiiis CO acre, mure or less. Levi.'d on as tho property of the defend ant. V. P. C. Stewart, and will bo sold to satisfy the judghvnt and costs in the above tatl case. ' J. N. TATE, Constable. February 5th, WJi Sheriir Sale. of Mississippi,) MATE Amite County. Ben Stern, EdwardAaron, Hannah Joseph, Guardian, Hart il Joseph, vs. A. J. Storn. Judg't,22:n 80 " 2000 18 " 10SS 90 ' G01 87 IY VIRTUE of writs of venditioni cxpo ) nas which issued from the otfiee of K. F. Johnson. Circuit Clerk of Wilkinson county. Mias., in favor of above named plaiutilfa and iieaiiist above named defendant for tho sever al sums above named, besides the interest thereon and co-ts of suit, I will, on Monday, 11th day March, 1S92, between the hours of 11 o'clock a. in. ami 4 o'clock p. in. at the door of the court house in Liliertv. sell at public auction to the hijrh- et bidder for cash, the land of defendant in Amite county, Miss., described as tho Snith hall' of south west quarter section 8, north west quarter section 17, and all that part of the south cast qunrter of section 7 ly iii!? cast of Liberty and Natchez road in township 3, riui"o4, east. II. M. UCTLE1!, Sheriff. February 1'ilh, liM. NherirTH Suit. OF Mississippi, ) Stat A mile County V. & A. Meyer & Co., liso of M. Levy & Sons et al, vs. L. T. Anderson and T. X. L. Anderson. IY VIUTUK of an executijn whichl ucil ) from the office of K. F. Jolina ju, Circuit Clerk of Wilkinson county, Mow., in favor of above plaintiffs anil against above defendant for tho sum of SlO'iO, benidea the intereat thereon mi J cot of suit, I have thin day lev- i. f..n! ,.,.i,. I...i...,i to the wiid defendant in tho raunty of Amite and State of Mim., to-wit: South west quarter and 20 acres on west kLIc of west half of south east quarter section 7 , 1 i . l ...... . . . !. H nan o oum wl quaner w:uo.. tst quartor section 2, and an nnili - r iair-t in 'tion 3, town-hip 1, 1, south easl viued hall run ire 2. east. Which I will sell at public auction to tho highest bidder for cash at the door ot the court house iu Liberty on the 14th day of March, 1892, between tho hours of 1 1 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. I). M. CUTLER, Sheriff. February loth, 1S02. CoiuniiHx!oncrN Nule Atkinson & Lampion Co." vs. I W.E.Porter J-Xo6o2 and J. E.Porter. J InAraite Chancery Court To Jan- unrv 1 ertn, WJ'. B Y VIRTUE of a decree of tho Honora ble ('haniiTV louit of Anntn comity, Mi'.. made at the January term, WJ'2, of said (,'oi id (jourt, the undersigned, Commissioner, will, on Monday, 7ih day March, 1892, within leal hnnrs, nl tho court house door in the town of Liberty, proceed to sell, to tho highest bidder, for canh, tho following de scribed property, situate, lying and being ill Amite ccuniv, .Me-., u-wii: South halt' of south west quarter of sec tion 33, township 0, range 5; lilsotltiit part of the north west quarter of sedion 4, township 2, range 5, Kins; north of Lard's crcckj tho east half of the north cast quarter and the cast l alf of tho north cast ijua'ter of the south east quarter of section o, township 2, range n; mo wesi nan oi me west nan oi the north west quarter, and the west half of tho north west quarter of the south west quarter of section 4,townshii2, range 5.eat. II. M. BATKS, Coinniissioner. Februnrj' 5, 1892. TRUSTEE'S SALE. NOTICE 18 IIEIlKBYiGIVKS, THAT US dcr and by virtue ol the authority conferred upon me In a certain Trust Deed executed dj ljura T. Anderson and Thaddeus N. L. Ander son to me as Trustee tor KranclsHmith, Caldwell & Co., dated will day of January, 18WI, recorded the 31st day of January, law, In the office of the Clerk of tha Ckancrnr Court. In Ainito County, State of Mississippi, default having been made m paynicni oi tne notes, aim uie inueuiuuneiw secured by said Trust Deed, and the said rrancu Smith, Caldwell a to., the benenetary there- under, havinit reinicsted nie to make sale of the real estate conveyed to me In said Trust Deed, in order to pay the said Indebtedness, I will, on . Monday, the 14th Day of March, 1803, it the principal door ot the courthouse In the Town of Liberty, InllieCounlyof Anilte.Slateof Mississippi, between the hours o( 1 and 2 p.m., .liter (or sale to the highest bidder for cash, the ullowlng described real estate: Ths east halt of jeetion three (3), towuslilpone (li, north, range wo (J), east, containing In all M acres, more or ess, situated In the Coniityof Amite, State of lisslslprl. AH rtglirs to valuation or apprnlse ncnt of said real otatvall riglits of exemption, loiiwsteata and dower, and all rights of redenip 'lon have been waived and conveyed In said Trust Deed, and the undersigned as Trustee, vlll fell said real estate free ot all such rlphts or at rests. Said sale will he nn.lc without war nntjr of title. Any party to whom said property r aay portion thereof maybe struck olf must it once deposit in cash one-tenth of the sum ill, otherwise the bid will be disregarded and he property af once reollereil. N-U CUAKLKSCCCBIitElt, Trustee. Cotton Plsmfcrs. rpRT COOK'S rROUKtC U0 8TA- i rLE UUIIUI Kbtli tnia year, and get 60 to 100 per cent oyer short staples Kor information and prices address J. A. iriN'ES, Merwin, Mis. ' Tobruary fi, 1892. NEW A D V R T I S E M T. X f: Tax Salcv. DELINQUENT LAND LIS! T WILL OFFER FOR SALE, J. public auction to the Li bid ier. for cash, on Mouday, ITartU Tib, 19, at the couit house door in Liherty, Amite county, Miss., the following described lauds, delinquent for the tues thereon for the year lS'Jl.or so much thereof as will settle said taxes and all costs, to-wit: Anderson, Lsura T UuJiriJed half u -tret in section 3, township 1, range i State tai 4 2!, county li 0ft, total lt 24. Anderson. T.N L estate Cnd hf int ia i 3, t 1, r 2; n w qr and w hf of n a qr 1 10, t 1. r ii: 1. ac vs ui s e comer of e qr 1 10, 1 2. r 2; hi aud n eur ill), t 2, r2; J hi i 21, 1 r 2; s e qr i 22. 1 2, r 2; ht and 27 acrvt on e side n w q 24. t 2, r 2; w hfand SO acres on w side s e qr, and 6 1 acre on e side of e qr i 25. 1 2, r 2; pt i , t 2, r 2; all s 30, t 2, r 2; pt (Jj aer,) i si, t 2, r 2; a ht 1 34, 1 2, r 2; one io in old Centreville in ne qr 1 37, t 2, r ina l.tt in nM JnlFnvMltu in ..,.1. ,.r e N and C road R?. t 2, r 2; 2o acn in n e corner ofjwqi i &S, t 2, r 2; n hfand w hf 01 nt i Z, l 2; qr, w hrof e qr, hf of o w qr aui w or of u e qr i 3i, 1 2, r 3; w h and u lit of e lit .17, t 2. i 8. Stute tax ,3 14. county ISO 40. toUl $24.1 64. Brumtield and hittimrton K part lots 2 and 4 sqr 15 (Libprtv) i9.l2.rl State tax S.V, county 1 Qft, total $1 & -.. lintbham Bart S w qr of w qr i 24, t 2. r 6; u w qrof a w qr i', t 2,T(j; n e qr of n e qr and e hf of n w qr of n qr 20, 1 2, r 0. St ite tax 1 81, county 6 17. total Si y8. Bolls, J A-Part of n hfof n w qr34, t i, r z; lot ii, moca JS (liloster; 84, t 3, r i Stat tax 2 28, couiitT 6 87, total $M tw. Bryant, Sirs. Kdilh Lot 12, block IS, ((ilostcr) 34, t H, r 1 b'late tax $2 C.T, county 7 51, t. tal $10 14. Corcoran, J U S pt w qr and a pt t w qr of e qr 1, 1 1, r Kj a hf ot lot 3, 18, 1 1. r :l State tax 1 18, county S 87, total $4 45. t'orcorau, J X s pt e hf of t e qraud n pt w hf of e qr 1 1, t 1. r 3. State tax 1 &j county 3 tW, total $4 !M. C'ockcrhain, h ( Se or 2. t2. r 3. State tax 9 70, county 2 total $:i7 Davis, John M S w qr 14. 1 1. r 4: w hi of n w qr and pt t w qr w of Amite river a 2;t, 1 1. r 4. State tax 2 W, county 7 51, total 14. Davis, Mm. A E N eon 22, 1 1. r 4, Suite lax 2 88, comity S 2:!, total SU 11 Dav, Douglas r rac. t r or a 18, t 2, r n pt of that pt in Amite c mntv 20, 1 4, r 1. State tax 4 til oiuiify 11 17, total $1(1 78. Dixon, C T, estat i S w qr and w hf ut i e qr s 2'i, t 3, r 4; e qr of e qr, 27, 1 3, r 4. n hf of n w qr and n w qr of n c qr 86, t 8, r4. State tax 2 , county 8 84, total Jll 2tk Kasley, W F It e hf ofne qr w nf Hockv branch 14, 1 1 r 4. Statu lax 1 62, coutitV 1 4, total 7 8'i. Fli'ming, ThiDdorc N hf of e qr and e qr of n e qr IS, t 4, r 4; 4 acre in a e corner of w hf of n e qr s W, 1 4, r 4. Stat lax 2 14 county 11, tot il $8 2.1, (Jar Iner, Mr. Julia M Y hfof n e qraud e hf of n w qr SO. t 4, r 5. State tax 1 20, county 3 liO, total $4 tW. Hamilton, Samuel I X pt of e pt f 20, 1 1, r S; n pt w qr, a 80, 1 1, r 8. State tax t 57, county 4 4'.', totul Sli OH. Ilinaon, J V and Sarah C I't w hfof w qr of n P qr s 84, t 8, r 2. State tax IScts, county 51c, total $2 09. J-nihil, Mr. N 1 It of s 20, t 2, r 2. pt e ol Klhs rreek.a 20, t 2. r 3. State tax 7'.lc, (H)unty i 2H. total J:l OS. June, K V S ft qr of w qr s 40, t 8, r 2. State tax 70c, County 2 00. total 4 70. Kinnebrew, Mm. S K Lot II, a 1 1, r 8. 7 acre of n e part i 47, t 1, r 8j 10 inn's ofw pt oo, 1 1, r 3. btatu tux 1 2H, county 8 00, total $( 04. Leowry. II J S w J of n e IS, t 2, r 0. State tax 42c, county 1 20. total $1 02 L,ivernioor,Miriinn N w of n o S, t 4,r4. Male tax 4i county 1 20, total 1 : McDonald, (! M 4 acres in n o 4 of n w I 81, 1 4 r 1. Stutetax 8, county 2 51, total o .I'J '"' ' ' ' , !' i i. 1J....1.:.... T T fi. - I . n. . : r . State tax 181, county 8 i4, total 5 Oo. i'erkinn, W K It 47, 1 1, r 3; pt M, 1 1, r a. Btiite lax i hi, county 8 i4, total a Oo, I'oivell, A J It of w pt s 21, t 2, r 4. g , r((Un . , , g y, 1 u u i o i v . . - i t VnTn' M n f ivl, d pt n vinol Lard ereeK, s 4, t -', r o; s 1 ot ( w i s m, tS.ru. State tax 2 62. county 7 1!. total 11 71. Priest, Ellen V N" of w J 21, t 4, r l. Btato tax county M total 1 1)5 Hoberts, Jan (i W 1 of n w 1 s 7. t 3, r3. ritato tax 1 county A Ml, total 7 13 Kobinson, John O N e of n w J s S, t 4, r 4. State tax 70, county 2 00, total 2 70 Kites, II M S vi s 33, t 1, r 3; n e of s ( I i, r i mate tax 2 32, county 6 (12, total 8 tit South Miss. L nml L Co Lots 3, 5 and s 13, 1 4, r 2. rtute tax 42c, county 1 20, to tal l i2. ritcrling, S (' S hf of s w qr and s e qr ol n o qr a 17 t 4, r 3. ritato tax 42c, county 1 20, total SI 62. Swcatingcn, llamp W hf of n e s 2, 1 4, r . State tax 1 13, county 3 25, total ft Wi. Thomas Kobl W hf of n w J s3(l, t 2, rO. Slate tax I iw, county 9 Ml. total I I. Tucker, V T Lots 1,4 and o block 14 (filosler) s 34, t 8, r2; all frac block 52(jlos icr) s 84, t 3, r 2. Statu tax 1 00, county tux i Ht), total Hi). Wilkinson, Mrs. 11 L Onis-sixlh int. in w hfof c I s 10, 1 1, r 3; one-sixth int in n w V. w hfof n u J and w hf of s e J s II, 1 1, r3. State tax 59c, county 1 !, total 2 28. Williams, O P nn'd G H Khfof nw and nwjofnw 1 a 2'i, 1 1, r 4. State tax 1 28 county 3 R5, total 4 93, "Wilkinson. A A, and F C Hull' E J of 8 w J, w j of s e J, and w J of e J of s c 1 2:;, t 4, r rf. Male tux 1 oo, county 4 ), total 5 98 Whitney, M M an3 wife K JofneJ and 0 1 of c t 8, t 4, r I; 8 J of s e J s 13, t 4, r A; n a 8 24, t 4, r 8. Stuto tax 4 3U, coun ty 12 4H, total 18 82 ' Unknown Owner N w J of n w 8 15, t 3, r . State tax 25, county 80, total 1 08 Unknown Owner S J of n w s 8, t 3, r 6. State tax 84, county 2 40, total 8 24 Unknown Owner S j of n 0 J 8 10, t 3, r 6. State tax 84, county 2 40, total 3 24 Unknown Owner (5 w of n w , and n w of a w s IS, 1 4, r 2. State tux 50, county 1 0, total 2 lrt Unknown Owner Pt n e J of Brushv creek 8 39, t 4, r 2. State tax 1 10, county 4 lo, total 4 2o Unknown Owner N e 1 of n w 1 a 4, t 4, r . Btato tax Bi, county iw, total 1 Vi Unknown Owner N 1 of u w J s 1 1, t 4, r ; 3. rjtut,. tax 6B, county 1 W, total i 1H Unknown Owner N or 1 18, t 4, r 3. ,t.t Ux 1 o0 cotIntv 3 4:1 t,,tH 4 63 PbTMl'SKV M. BUTLER, Sheriff nml Tax Collvctor.Amitc County. Feb. 4th, 18U2. MONEY TO LOAN. On improved firm lands, al low rate and long time. No delay money obtained in ten davs. PRICE & GILL. Lawyers, LIBERTY, MISS. July 13, 18M. Citation Notice. THE STATE OK MISSISSIPPI, 1 AMITE COUHTT. f To Martha Kverett, Waco, McLennan county, Stat of Texa: ATUU AKri UUJUIAMUEU to appear X before th Judqe ot the Circuit Court ot Amite county, at the court house in L b erty, on the Second Monday in March, 1892, to defend the action in ejectment of T. H. McDowell ft. C. D. Butler, as let forth in his declaration in our said Court. Given under my band and tha seal of Mid Court, thiyth dar of piosrember, A. D. 191 N. S. McIiEAJf, Clrk NEW ADVE UrliilililNTS. I Mw AIj i... aDJIfflil&CI Liberty, Miss. DEALER IN CLOTHING, Ilats, Boots, Shoes, HARDWARE, Crockery ,tUasw are, Saddler) Books and Stationery, 'ERF U MERY, J EWKLR I AND NOTIONS, TINWARE Tobacco and Groceries. "Quici Salks and Small Prof its" ia my motto. CALL AISX January, 1890. A. J. Lazar, FOX BUILDLNO, LIBERTY, MISS DEALER IX Dry Goods, SHOES, NOTIONS, GROCEKIHM CANNED GOODS, Tobacco, Cigar,et All of which willbo sold at tli lowest prices for the cub. Givo mo a call. January 4th, 1890. II. C. Capoll, CENTREVILLE, MISS., COKRE810.DEXT Cor bin Banking Company NEW YOKK CITY. Jwy Loans made on improved plantations in Amite and Wilkinson counties on long time. No charge for examination of property. December 5, 1890. Thos. D. Evans, WATCHMAKER A JEAVELER. Summit, Miss. BEGS to inform the people of Amite county that ho will be in Liberty on tha Second Monday in Each Month, prepared to do all work in bia lina witb promptness ana at reasonable rates. lie will keep on hand at all times a full line of Watches and .lowclry for sale. All work guaranteed for one year. Parlies having Watches or Jewelry to re pair, can loare the lame with Thos. Waring, at tho Waring House, or Mr. Stralton, at the post office, and their orders will rooeiva attention, Brjjr Patronage solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. . July 2, 1880. FOR DTKPEIHUA, Indlrestbin anl Htomarh dlnriers. take OHOH N'H IRON HITTMIR. All dealers keep it, II per bottle, Genutoeboa trada mark and created red Lines on wrapper. I GDI Pantatiflfl SuMies s m i hi nil j w & CO., Gloster, Miss. DEALERS IS DRY GOODS BOOTS and SHOES, Groceries, Hats and Caps, rUXTHIOI SIPPLIES NOTIONS, CROCKERY and TINWARE, TOBACCO, Etc All of which will be sold at tho very lowest prices. QIVK UH A. TllIALI Sept. 19, 1880. G. II. BARNEY, Sr., President. L. B. ROBINSON, Cashier. E, S. ATKINSON, Ass't Cashier THE GLOSTEIl. niSH. Money loaned at rcaKona- blc rat en. All lvinds of bought and sold. "Warrants "Vc solicit DenoHits, from If 1 00 upward. December 2G, 1800. . Carroll &, Nunnery DRUGGISTS, LIBERTY, MI GO Dk.ilirk in DRUGS, MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICELN, FANCY UOODS, STATIONERY, Ac November 28, 1S90. P. K. BKKWKIt. A. A. WlEWfcU MRS. FAN. ME BllEW'ER. COWDIN BUM.DTNG, LIBERTY, MISS DEALERS IX D It Y GOODS AND GROCERIES, Millinciy Goods LADIES WEAR, NOTIONS, ETC. "Low Prices and Fair Dealing is our motto. Patronage solicited. January 14, 1832. AdniinlMrator-H Aotiee. WHKKEAS, Utters of administration on the estate of L. C. WEBB, de ceased, having been granted to the under- siijnwl hy tno Dliancerj- i;onrt or the Fourth Ohancery District ol tne ntatoor Mississ'pp: bfltora if. M. Hates, Clerk of said Court 10 the county of A mile, on the litth day of July. A. P. 1891: Kow. tboreforo, notice is horol)7 civen all persons indebted to said estate to come lorwara ana make payment, and all persons havine claims against tlie same are requested ii eihibit them and hare them rccistered in tha manner and within the time prescribed by law, or tbey will be forewr bi-tred. W. 6. WEBB, Adm'r. July K, 1691. Mi Gloster BrewerBrosACo r t h P li j f. A t itU; tlil J b 3' 4 v . lo i -r r , r brar.ij. Afi-reJ at -, T a A i . , a: d L t.-r. 1 Le ai u-r.l..! . ' 11 Uuiuukb, turoi er mil rt i 1 ,. r witUa ! for Am.tt r. j . c f , Oam FrutJ A.v ...... , i olbur droopo; ma-k,!4ou'. r, , r, m p tnti t.;t Ui r r -1 J ... t. J J Trvi, Jr. nij ii ; : A, n Tbbv C.td.lri -.t ... l.V.r. i ' n li,m le- ui H xJ.-Bman. Coroi.r . ' .. Eatisrerwttbm ani for Ai. t t- : , ; . of li4iiirpi. i.h JjButiT. 1 A Lilt and XcUow fA-i tvM nviti r;!ow fork in cak tur. i at $ W, It 11 Mna n.d M VV .i.itu Th tborm dwcribed eiriT val takin lip b Jews itcNai,b,..id irvd b lim Ufirw Cliat Hooper, a J uue of "iL 1 w uLia and for Amit oumr, Stai of XauMtt-u, A Fkt-k Mare Poary, branded un Uft aUfpOM-d to tw about 10 or 12 yir old. Appralwd at $.'0, bv T E Bullcf and WRWood ' The above dadcriWd Mtrav i taVn tin by W 11 IUwitt, m.d nr'ml by hi W- for J II I"aroi). a Justica of tha Pure ithin and f'r Auiita ccuntr. oud Stia Jiusisniiipi, 12th Dectmber, Uvi On Cow aiij Calf Cowb-ti ii 10 inJ li year old, black head and nuck. bi iud'.e ttdua, a littla whiu about on hr, marked wilh crop and aplit in Ml ami fwailow fork in ri;bt. nppraiecu ai wi ja Stcrliiii alio: Willi Caru-r ' Th aly dcicribed Ertrava nrraUteB in. by Cr W Tony, aud trayi-d by Un b fora O b YaiiNorman, Coroiwr audai-ollicio Kacgfr within and for Auiita coonty, anl Stale of iluiripi, on lb a lllh Sccrtubvr, One row. hil lack ahd rJ uJm. a!aid fork and undvr bit in rn-ht w. ..lluw K.ik and andur bu in left car, about 12 ywra uld Appraised at $8 00 by Joba Jckon aud Ciro Moore. 1'hr abova described mtrnv wii tnkn ud by E L Cotton, and itravc-d bv him before J Jt Parton, a Juaticaof the Pc itnia aud for Aniita ciuntr, Slate of Miwibipui, February 17th, IMS. " On row. wbita and unottud color. Art. praised at $0 00 by WiUi Iliouuu and Peter aniei. The abov described pstrar n taken un by A .1 Kobinson, and itrayed by hlin befora Joa. W ilhaim, a Juiiico of tha Peaca within and for Amite county, Slata uf iliiwipji. Th wner of the above dcicrlbi'd Kbt ri a are requested to eonie forward, pior piop- "7i FM." onrff, ana lake Hum a ay, at uej .n urn ucaiiwitn aat' e lawairecu K Hllrr JiAN, toroiiar m i Kmirer h,,' X O -1 -I g' Ig f 3-ii3S23 lei? 5SSBSSB5 S B S' "-"-- hi BSBBgggg i 3 rH B DC r CD "i o-J F 5 5- as-iS-sst a w it r? r r C c ii r- 9 C al f 1 v- i fjs s V 2 a h r 2 b S F gg: 5-x -1 i sssfcjssfeiss C S3 O 5.2 B S H B 3 g 2 3 ? w 5SBSSBE3 Solentlflo America Agency for CAVEaT. 1 To waarff, , 0BICSIATT 'tyfl' CuPVHiOHTa, ato. T"r Infirmatlrai SPd fwM TTwHw write to MIINN COh aw Bhoaowat, Mcw V.iHr. Oldest tiureai f.r WM-imeB nnlonl. In Amoript. Bry palimt Uk oat hr n Is brmit ht rmlom tua pubUw bi a uotioe aivau tin ut uiaiaa Ia Htm. Irceat elrenHUnn of sny scientlDe wirmr In th world, Pplwilidlr llhistnueil. No lnillii'na . nan nhnuld lie without It. Weekly. .i,litf a yeiu-t 1.50 ux momln. Ad1r. UVNH O0 tuiujautaa, am Broadwar. hew Iota. Gillsburs Collegiate Institute. millS INSTITUTION, Watod aj Oilb-J- burg, Miss., will re-opeii irlonday, Sept. 7, 1S91. It has made a record, wblch fills the pcopla? of South Mississippi with pride. Kor the next session a cotnpleto and efli ciciit faculty of teachers has been secured. With our pst record as a testimonial, we come before tne public and earnestly aolicik their patronage. Tuition from $2 to Jt per nimilb. Mucin, $ pur moiilh, including use ot instrument. Jtoard, including a.,hiug and fuel, $10. Kor further information apply to VV. K. NETTLES, rrosid-iit of F.eulty, or Da. .T. W. SAVIj, Tn-s. of Itoard of. Trustees. 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