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littrty, X.S5.. Anyrst 5. 1S32. Pee fiosruijEl' Sa'?. Olituirj. It rains every "pvemn. That t rrJ !".-'...::, :..vhii cx- Died Li DA V. Bate?, sonJ nJaar;a!' districts, can ha cured Uaurfr, y aaa tlieu 0-,te8 ! by Ukin3 Grove's Tteles tk.'' k;1m J .KU .v... i Tonic, 50 cts. It U a pleasant 1 uo v.. ...... born June 1st, 1S77, and was fifteen Laiar wants ll 0 d?en of ergs. TheLovs jy ihey will jlay ball in Gloster. Mr. C. A. JItilsun has lecf every occasionally. Board-of Supervisors met on Monday last. " ' Mis Lottie Waring is on the tick list this week. Taking stock seeiua to be the order cf the day. Subscribe for the Herald and gtt your neighbor to do so. A letter from II. (J. Hughes will be publibhcd next week. Mr. Ditto has the contract for carrying the Closter mail. 111? Lucy Gill is visiting Mr?. J. D. llubinson, of Gloster. Tbe Magnolia mail-bag very oftc n comes hi re jierft-ctly ernpty. A fresh supply of groceries, just received bv Brewer Bros. & Co. IrilidMU of Burkitt. Editor Herald: Pursuant to an- poir.tmeut, Cayt. Frank Burkitt, , State Alliance Lecturer, delivered j aft address, Friday last, in the' p.mrt hoiie. to a hundred or more I of our citizens who came to hear an alliance lecture. The address was public, as I suppose it was inten- d. d to be. To have delivered such a lei ture exclusively to the county alliance would nut have been at all appropriate, but iu violation of the principles and purposes of the or der. No one present had a right to expect anything but an alliance lecture, and many were doubtless 'Hi'fappointeJ in their expectation! when they were treated to a polit ical speech, intensely partisan, of one hour and twenty minutes in length. He announced iu no doubt ful terms his severance from the democratic party, and, with em phasis of manner and speech, pro (1 his svuioathv and purpose to ufliliate with the Third Party in j0n8 wuo endeared herself to the future. He founU tauil wun u ho knew her. 1 es, Lida is the democratic house of representa-1 gone, but we shall not forget her, lives, and severely criticised the J i,ut wjii ever hold dear tht re- democratic parly for failing to do ; membrance 0f the dear " . . . i .; vi ng ; h7 m'Teax," . b. m leas ijiri iMILEiffl648 years and one month old when she died. She was on a visit to her grandmother, Mrs. Thomas Mc Khight, when taken sick, and where after an illness of eight days she departed this life as only those can pass away who have hope of a blessed immortality. She was conscious of the ft.ct that she was going to die, but was in no wise alarmed, expressing only a desire, to be at home, to die there. A short time before she died she called all of her class mates by whom she was greatly beloved. She then asked her father to pray, which he did; she then repeated the Lord's prayer and commenced to sing "no more good byes," when exhausted nature gave way and Fhe quietly sank to rest. Thus passed away young lemon syrup. To gel tie genu ask for Groves. Grove's Cathartic sugar is as pleasant to the taste as lemon sugar. Moves the bowels gently, cures con stipation and biliousness and does not gripe or sicken. A 3c package ; contains more dosas than any 50ct Cathartic Syrup on the market. 2j doses for 2."kus. Try it and you will be delighted. For sale by Car roll & Nunnery. G rove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is a perfect Malarial Liver Tonic and Blood purifier. Removes bilious ness without purging. As pleasant as lemon syrup. It is as large as any dollar tonic and retails for 50c. To get the genuine ask for Grove's. Sold by Carroll & Nunnery. You run no risk. All druggists guarantee Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic to do all that the manufact urers claim for it. ' Warrauted no cure, no pay. There are many im itations, lo get the genuine ass for Grove's. Carroll A Nunnery. Liberty, Miss. DEALER IN II 661 what he, as a democrat, knew it: friend whose loving heart and was powerless to do, holding it re snonsible for the results of republi can legislation, which he knew it For Catalogues of Liberty M &'F. College apply t V. L. Marsalis. TheBuard of Super visors adjourn ed too late to get proceedings this week. Thanks to Mrs. Euiilinc Ramsey for sweet potatoes, the fust of the season. ' We can't keep up with the new arrivals, unless you let us know about it. Call on Carroll & 'Nunnery for pure drugs, tohaccoes and fancy groceries. An assortment of ladies shoes received by Brewer Bros. &, Co. this week. Dots from Gillsburg and Gloster arrived too late, for which we are exceedingly sorry. Hon. E. H.'uatclill' and A. F. Strawn, of Gloster, paid our town a visit this week. , Wcatbersby is putting new shelv ing! in his store. Look out for new goods there. A number of our citizens attended Sunday School Convention at Zion Hill, on lust Sunday. : Brewer Bros. & Co. have just re ceived a new assortment of ribbuiis and fans. Call ami see. winning smiles carried sunshine and gladness to all with whom she n-tmu in oimfi.pt Tn the liereavpd was powerless to prevent, lie had ! parCnts and relatives we extend our much to say in laudation of thtThird'vnlpat,y anj 0ur prayers, may party's platform, and the Omaha tbey find consolation in the Savior's convention ticket. He heartily in-; tender love, and may they by his dorscd Weaver and Field, and de-Lrace ue enabled to realize that he cl.ired his purpose to vole for them j cMeth all things well. Fond parents, i November. They were on oppi;., the dear departed cannot eome back" titAKidpanf the creat civil struggle J to ou. but you have the blessed ronrpspntintt the blue and the eray, ! assurance that you can eo to her in w-. - - 0 - - . showing an earnest purpose to till 'that land of love where all tears ii ii ii nil ol iliterate the bloody chasm, shall be wined away and where a co Gloster, Miss. ' ' v f Is; t DEALERS IS and to bring the sections together in one harmonious whole. He did not say a word, however, against that grand representative of Anglo Saxon manhood, that einbodyment of pure American democracy, that true, tiied and interrupted and in corruptible patriot and statesman, Giover Cleveland, whom the peo weeping shall be turned to rejoicing. W n not tor tlip anirit thiit'a down To liui'isions briijlit in tlie skies You sh:ill iiipo, with the loved one that's Rone Inn tneru u do uo more guou uj ct. A Friend. . County Allianco Mectinj. The County Allianco met at the court house in Liberty on Friday pie of this country intend to exalt last according to previous official to the highest position within their notice. Hon Frank Burkitt, State gift. Neither did he say a word j Lecturer, was on hand and deliver against tho republican party, its ; cd a good Alliance speech. He .... .i , ! .11.1 nn) .l.cnll nn ttiktitil'U til iinV candidates, tnetnous or umupures. mu "w. 4 j Mr. Charlie BruniGeld, who has been attending Commercial School liere, is now visiting his homo in l'ike. Fob Sale Canary birds, brown, yellow, spotted, top-knots, singers, and females. Tlis finest ever raised. Call at this nflice. J V Mr. Lucius Tyues, of the firm TynesBros., spent the early part of last week in the Crescent City, purchasing poods. TheSouthtrnHeialds, of Liberty, have challenged the Hustlers, of Centreville, to play a game at Gloster, on the 10th inst. . The melon-cholic days have come, The saddest of tho year. The small boy now with pain doth groan, The doctor's bill is dear. Editor Herald Please announce in your paper that I will make ft People's party address at Zion Hill August the 13th, 1892, at 4 o'clock p. m. Yours respectfully, 11. C. Hughes. Many thanks to the following named parties for cash favors in the last few days: Dr. E W Flowers, Dr. W B Kinabrew, G II Butler, Jack Williams, Carroll & Nunnery, J M Nunnery, P L Marsalis, M A Wall, , The Sara Jones Carhpmeeting will commence August 2bth, and continue ten days. Able ministers are expected, such as Dr. Black, Dr.Weems, and others, too numer ous toname. Ample hotel-accommo dation for all. All ministers of the "V Gospel cordially invited. W. W. Simmons, Pastor. , : Gloster, Miss. He made light of the force bill and intimated that the south had noth ing to fear from it, that it was a piece of harmless legislation, a bugaboo to frighten the people of the south. He made no allusion to the coalition between the republican leaders nnd the Third Party men for the purpose of breaking the solid south, or the frauds that are to be perpetrated through the in- a tluence of tho republican campaign fund for the purpose of playing into each other's hands apd pro moting each other's interests. It is a pretty and convenient arrange inent by which it is understood that the republicans will vote with tho Third Party for members of congress, and the Third Party men will support the republican ticket fur president and vice-president. By this arrangement, it appears that tho Third Party is pledged to work for the republican party and in favor of tho high protective tar iff and the Iniquitous force bill, and to tins extern is working, un wittingly we believe and hope, for the degredation and continued op pression of the people, their sons, brothers, wives and children, of this section. All that we have, and are, or expect to be, of principle, property, condition or happiness, present and prospective, is involved in the fearful struggle that is be fore us. Democrats of tbe south, arm yourselves with courage, reso lution and the ballot, and enlist for this war, and never submit or yield to your country's oppressors. "SiriTiB 'til th Inst foe expires: Strike for your altars and your fires, Strike lor the green grass ol your ' sins, God and your native land." Democrat. great extent, but seems to have gone over to the People's party. The Alliance ladies were there with well filled baskets of substantial and choice delicacies in overabund ance. The Editor returns thanks for an invitation to take dinner with them which was accepted, and the elegant repast was much en joyed by that same individual. In the evening a business session was held, after which the members re- turned to their homes well pleased with the day. There was a good crowd in attendance, and fortune seemed to have favored them, especially, by giving them one of the few blight and pleasant days we have had this July. NEW ADVEUT1SKMEN T S . Eastfork College. rplIIS COLLEGE will open it Socond X fpssl"ll Monday, Sept. 7, 181. An excellent ii rps of tho mint proficient professors and lady leuehe m have been rm ploved, which liimins that we rv going to do the best eilui'iitionul work during the. BWiou that we have ever done, held ur elsewhere before. We will be prepared t touch 2T0 studints, und therefore solicit the supp irt and patrou aire of Amite, and surrounding eotuitU h.nt. Tulle!? build- inir amplv large and beautifully rnuiscu, and furnished with tha charming Grand Kanids Automatic Swats aim lie.K, wuicn add not onlv in nmttne-J, but really to the onifort and nealthy development ol we physical student. ...... i il.ioHvun has three beautiful luuio and one handiome ehapd orpui The Dormitory win of nnuer me nuuiug' ment of the President and his wife, who will eonduct it on the pluu of a tpiiet, Christian family home. Commercial Department. . Younsr men and ymiiiR ladies, now is the opportunity for i towpiin yourselves with a liUSINtifW KbL'CAT.uN. b guarantee .1 i...a.B..r iruiniiHr in this denartineut. LllOn.UIIHVr- 7; , 1 1 We will be able to jjive Diplomas to any who llnish the Coinmereml Course, which will iu- elude Book Keepui'', llauloiis-.-ieaiiioou'-uiL'. Arilliiiietie 111 1. 1 Commercial Law. etc. Time romiired to 1.. ..... IF - ct.i.l..rl irtv. Ills Wlioie llllte to tliis course ha can (,'iaduato m li. MONTHS. If 110 desire i hiko ouier tudies in the Literary Course, u win reipiire CLOTHING, Hats, Boots, Shoes, HARDWARE, t rockery .Glassware, Saddler j Books and Stationery, Plantation lon"er time, accordiiifr to the time losiirom Commercial Course. Tenm, ensli and cheap. Course high and complete. n,i..rl inehidhur wnshine, per mo $10 60 Hoard. Mmidav till Friday, " " !-: ..ll..T...ptmeti't. " 1 ml " Vrepamtory " 2 0 to 3 50 - i..iL..t ' " " a onto 4 oo Music on Piano or Orpm, " 3 00 to 4 J0 it r t .. .1 ...... .....t fur iinietice.nur mo 1 00 Use IH ..in.. ...... ... i , l'aintini,', for full Course, S Incidental fee, por month, . ,.l,.l I',. nr.,. ineludlllL' foe for VUiiiiin;. . .... o Diploma), f ' 9 :..!.... f, 10 00 .riiii. ...... ... . ... ,J I ..I n ....h ..... tuiti.in win mi reoiiirivu in an ISI.hu . l , , vnnee. Mo (leducttoii except in w oi nrotnioted sickness. ISoamers require i vo furnish a pair of blanket or two comlort . :i. . ...il. ami toiiei. u.L.v.cr. ,,.i If other information bo desired, please writo for catalogim, or lor the desired inlor- mation.to S.S.H Jj I ILL", rresiue n, July' 17 18'Jl EASTIOUK, MISS Enstl'ork College. It is with rejoicing that I inform the friends of education, that the hammer is again heard in the re building of a new college chapel. Prof. J. J. Lee, of Pike county, lia licon elected President, and Mrs. J. J. Lee first assistant. The other assistants will be elected as they are needed. Miss Loreua Davis, of Greens burg, La., music teacher. The dormitory will be ueder the management of a christian gentle man, and strict disciplin will be inforced both in college and dormi tory. The session begins first Monday in September, 1892. J. H, -LAN'S. MONEY TO LOlx " On improved farm lands, at low rate and long time. No delay money obtained in ten davs. W". K. GILL, Lawykr, LlBEKTY, MISS. July W, 1801. II. P. BUCKLEY, 8 Camp St, New Orleans, WATCHMAKER, And dealer Ii Fine Watchei, JK1VEI.HY silver Ware and Spectacles Brr f Wlfc Repaired. JBirrttii1e to order. Diamond ree In the newest style. AU at nauwuabl pnoe anil fu.Ur guaranteed. A full lino of Waltham Watches nt lowest rates February 2(i, Ie9 try Sgies DRY GOODS BOOTS and SHOES, Groceries, Rats and Caps PL.IST1TI0N SUPPLIES NOTIONS, CROCKERY and TINWARE TOBACCO, rte All of which will bo sold at tho very lowest prices. (WLAiF.f).- o'd, M.JU il 8- " ' hurt, .A ' - v i : i . j ' andJR Va;Ur. t J O W.. tu.4 t p s ii. a ; , i i : - rd fi r An . - Ci-t."., i. s rf. julv sua, issz. Chi txiW rul e.'f ' - ' . to the Uil. the erd t ..: t - . crop a rigbt ear itu l-r " -i 1 , t years oi a. .rvutsi a. i.i V i. . i The abv deT.-fl . t' i 'j bv Wa.fa Vetifton ar u .alvl ' . a if Uoflmen, C oroner i,Jtii" j T r vidua and for Amite couimt, ttr t 4n-iwij-pi, oa tbe 1 jib day U J j:.e, 1 Dark Brovn Ml:!.t T. w a1 : ! &. ci D and under isw m i. etr. A; i at iS 00, nud to be i! -t H u.4 ! t 1 v Kicnmond and Adum U rreM. fee loni Venuua ard tmrd v J, n, t .a w r V llKiu, a J- !i . f ti e i ,c u andfurAmiie ixu.li, JX.i. , June Uth, lt. GIVE US A THIALI PERFUMERY, JEWELRX AND NOTIONS, T I N W A K E! Tobacco and Groceries. "Quick Sales and Smaix Prof its" is my motto. CALL AND SEE. January, 1890. Sept. 19, 1880. L. B. ROBINSON, President. E. B. ROBINSON, . Cashier. To E!aik r'n.w IT n r nraiicd at 91 UO. eaJi. bv J H J, ; simoa Martin. Tbs aUive deTiUd Eftraye vere tuien w j by J. A. Jen kin i, and strayed bv him W- fure K. DultiuaD, Coroner ai.d" !!." Knrger within and for Amita enuulir, aid Stale of ilisiissipyi, oa ti it of June, io?i One Blutk Suauiih Pjt f t. Mare, brandmi on left hip, timed face. lO jeura vid. Ap praised at $25 00 t j E U Kt man and J M Carter. 1 he aboe deecriLed eefrar m taken up rr Gaerre W Honea, and ttruted bv hiiu btfre Jiie. Willianm, i Jiutiee ot the feaee vitbin and fur Amite countv, btaK of iiiwsitetjpi. July 18th, n i vr..u .,n......t ..!, i ... ' XHV v. i . mi ...... wun . yini k uu iii.t rwu...;' der, bout 14 hand hig-h. 15 Teem old. Taketi up by Bm Hiirrif, July 13th, 18W, and appraised at 60 00 by J (J lnaac and K One Steer. Red and Wliite Stieekleil. vith crop in the right ear, under bi' in lef t ear, 8 or 7 year old. Appraised at$U W by & A U. . .. J , n il Aimeft aim l xiail. . I The above deec.ibed eatrar WHtiilien vp by C'bae. C faui-t, and stniyedby hiin before It. Motnnan, the iwoner ana ex-cmo" Kan(rr within mid fur Amite county, and State of Aliaauuppi, on ltttb July, 192. Via n. nnn nf lh alifiV lint lrili1 F.tma are requested to come furward, prove prop erty, pHV eillUXeF, K11U UIVIU wjr, VI ihey w in be aeuii wun ai ire mw uirucu . It. HUl-Jt'ilA.N, , Coroner ar.i Kanircr THE M nf HlnntfiP UUlili Ul U1UULUJ J OI.OSTEK. MISS. Money lortiicil at reasona ble rates.., All lctiuls of bought and sold. "We solicit Deposits, from $1 00 upward. December 26, 1890. 1. J L a z a r FOX BUILDING, LIBERTY, MIS8 DEALER IN Dry Goods, shoes, CIKOCEllIES CANNED GOODS, Tobacco ,Cigari,et All of which will bo told at tho lowest prices for the cmk. Give mo a call. January 4th, 1890. NOTIONS, Carroll & Nunnery, DRUGGISTS, LIBERTY, MISS Peai.irs in DRUGS, MEDICINES, TOILET AltTICELS, j"ANCY GOODS, STATIONERY, Ac. November 28, 1890. The trial of Wado and Crcil Sleeper, which was to have been held on Tuesday last, was post poned. It will be remembered that an affidavit was made against them for the cutting of Jesse Powell at a picnio some weeks ago. It seems now that Jesse got drunk, 'fun through the wood3 and snagged I himself. Ratcliff & Webb are for the defense; McKnight for the prosecution, , Alliance Resolutions. LiBKRTVJu"ly 29th, 1S92. Editor Herald Pleasa . puhlish the following resolutions of Amite County Alliance: . . 1. Resolved. That we. Amite County Alfiance, were well pleased wilh;Bro.' Burkitl's speech- made befure Us this .day, and as the Democratic 'Perly Jiat been urging Alliance men to follow Burkitt, we now Vay t6 them, heed his council. 2. Resolved,, That this Alliance indorse, the. action of our Bros. W. II. Grifila and Polk" TalberC in the last meeting of the Legislature, and that we aro proud of their records there made by them. W.D. HAZi.Eft-ood.geg.Co.All. Jones. Democrat, defeated Kolh, T,hird. party man for Governor of t Alabama, by about oOXXJ Votes Teople's Tarty Club. SMITHDALE,Jllly22 '92. Editor Herald I am instructed to give you the proceedings for publication of Smith's Box People's Party Club, After n address from Mr. Geo. M. Cain of Franklin, and one from T. N. Jackson of Amite, who both gave some sound Jeffersonian doctrine. The club then proceeded to eo into an organization by elect ing T. N. Jackson as Chairman or President, II. L. Magee and J. A. Burrisas Vice-President, and W.E. Burris as Secretary. - On motion all who wished to go into the organization were request ed to have their names enrolled, of which there were quite a number. - No other business, the club ad journed to meet at Mars Hill church Thursday before the first Sunday in AugusCal 12 o'clock p. m. 'T. N.vJAfcs0N, President W. E. Bnrris, Sec' . : Bickham & Moore, cotton mer chants of New Orleans, failed on . t i e i r. k,.i vin (Tin A i vne ist vi .1111131 wm (juvjwv. (Juardian'M Sale. BY VIKTUK of a decree of the Ilonom blo Chancery Court of Ainilc coijoty, MMsfiiipi, made on the 2Ut dii'y of July, 1892, in tno ease of C.W. BorryhiH", flimrdian vs. A, F. Strawn and others, the undersigned will on Monday, 5th day of Spptember',lS92, . .i t l : T ntf.r for sale at ai me euuit iiuiiw in L.......VJ - audtion to the highest bidder the land m said county, described in said Uecreo an ioiiowik That part ol section nirvj-um: lici Kat of Beaver ere.-k, containing 180 . Th. Wac. noH nt rsi'Lion nv-f I Heen. i fiw . t... .- 4H) which lies r est of liiiaver ereea. ami me st part of Section forty-onu (41 J in iown BIIIP Ulie Ul ivanu .ii.-.. ... rru. u-ill ha renliud to mve bond and security in three payments, due in one, two, and tnrec years irom unw ui w-, with 10 per cent, interest from (late. No bid will be received for the whole land under one thousand dollars. 0. W. BKItRYIIILL, Guard an. August 1st, 1802. ' H. C. Capoll, CENTREVILLE, MISS CORUESrOXDEXT Company NEW YOKK CITY. Corbin Banking nriftiiife ntlMftftl I KID HflP FOR 12.80. .... . 1 .a ail wny n n mr mow a not m i lh wzt md evidthi and you hay u I haa la fit nur tt Stnt prvpaitf n ncaipf of ThY art batter than tho told in .! atarM for S3. 04. Whn of fering ano ui xna vnoui ino m a? Hnur nlA thnet mnA an outlin of it bottom of your tool on ptccv oi pavr an wowfMlityou, vvinh tht tinott ctty tidotud gf l rmito our ho in tis 1 H t 8,0prar Common Sana to. Cvocy ptb of ihoat w fmko and wll art wtmnttd. Wo MU koop you trad tf t gatting it, -J M. A VVeS 221 Fifth Avotu( - CHICAGO. tas T.nans made on imDroved nlantations in Amite and Wilkinson counties on long lime. Nn .chartre for examination of - - - a - property. December 5, 18'JO. Thos. D. Evans, WATCHMAKER & JEWELER Summit, Miss. BKOS to inform the people of Amite county that ho will be in Liberty on the Second Monday in Each Month, prepared to do all work in his line with Ho will keep on hand at all times a full line of Watches aim jewelry lor saic. All ...rlr minpantOPll forilftM VtHt V. Parties having Wutche or jewelry to rei- nn InaVO tit. llimfl U.t.ll Tho.. Wllripfr. at the Waring llouse, or Mr. Klratton, at the post office, and tneir oracrs win receive WWIIt.V.I, t Tatfonage aolicited and Satisfaction guaranteed. July 26, 1889. for mrsPBPMA, Indljrlon, and Strrniw flirfM. take jiiikUT... lit... ii 'i i. it a ........ .. ....... ...s..m AH dealfimkeeo It, M per bottle. Oeniiinehna trade mart ana croesed red liseecn wrapper. Warrants M J? .2 1 1 E S 3 3 S S S 3 g 1 1 -i r " . r ? foil. P"l11 . jt ifJ B 3 3 3 B 3 B 3 S If! l w immmz i 1 ft- P & a- J7 oc pe ao .g bbbbbbbb Iin' bbbbbbbb o . P. R. BREWER. A. A. BREWER. MRS. FANNIE BREWER. BrewerBros.&Co if COWDIN BUILDING, LIBERTY, MISS. DEALERS IN DRY GOODS AND . GROCERIES, Millinery Goods, LADIES WEAR, NOTIONS, ETC. "Low Trices and Fair Dealing" is our motto. Piilronnge solicited. January 14. 1892. Gillsburg Collegiate Institute THIS INSTITUTION, located at GUIs burg, Hifu, will re-open Momlay, Sept. 7. liI. Tt Ka.mnHe a enenrrl. uhfeti fill, (ha tiAnt.Irt of South iliwi8si.pi with pride. For tbe next session a complete and effi cient faculty of teachen hat been terurwl. With our past record at a testimonial, w e come before tne public- and earnestly aol'cit their patronage. Tuition from $2 to f I per month. Music, $4 per month, inclujme use ut instrument. . i . Board, Including washing and fuel, $10. 1?.. ftiWlioi- tfr.rr..nllr. .n.vlv rt 'IV V NETTLKS, President of Faulty, or ' Pres. of Koard of TnutMM. " August?, 1891. ; AiimlnlHlrntor's Notice. -rTnpmria .,tr,r r.r ttHminiKtmtinn on WU ir.i.is the estate o L. C. W'Elili, de ceased, hsTine been grunted to the undcr iffned bv the Chancery Court Of tbe FouHh Chancery District of the Ktute or it tssisrpni i.....tf u !!.. f ...1,1 fj.nrt fo the countv of A mile, on tlie 13th cey ol v..i a ri ikcii. w .u..Arn-A hM m i. hflrchff (riven to all persons indebted to said estate to come 1 a . I I .1 .11 nAH.n. torwara ana msse pinniein, nu ... .-i havine claims sptinst the seme are requested to enhibit them and have them rcwtUrri in the manner and within the time prescribed bv law. OTttiey Win B torever oarreu. W. S. WEBB, Adm'r Jul 7, 1831. CllAtion Xotlfp. TI1E CTATK OF MIB8ISSU'lr,1 AMITE COUNTY. ) Tnllifl ! Wn unit M T. C.tt.,,, .,,,1 !l""lrii VVillinm. KMlniiftl anil Am.nil..rn.. . ton minor children of M L Cafton, anil W I, 1..lnn r)u.w.i.u...l nnil I.. M I. r'u.lr.m llw.l.. mothe-, for said minors Beatrice, "Wiliium. Bumuci ana Amanoa, wnose post ouics au dre?s is unknown: YOU ARB COMIVIAXDEO to erl-nr llaf..F. Ilu .lll.lin. Ihd t"ttml I ...i.'l ol Amite county, at the court house in Lib erty, on the Third Monday iu September, Next, and defend the action in Eipctir.ent of A. J. l.szar nao wastnn ana otners g set toi tfl tu bis declaration in our said Court. Given under my band and the seal of sr il Court, tins, the iet day of June, A. U. ir ji. W l VI..T U I U M .1. . Agency f.jr For Infrtrrnfttifm nn frw i?n!1mnV wrtf 0'dt bnrwuu fur iwirnss (wtnt m Ar?i. fcvprT p iT.t titknt out hr ua is br"---.' ( v CUT tiV ti.!til-..i Imrvtatt rtsrnlntln of .tit m',P- p.-, WirlU. Sr.H.u.ll.llT i!lilff!le.t I k.J.l-.UM.a, .i tsi Swy, . i i. .