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r. ir.s asp rsorEinost. ( r 1 1 : u U ox: s a i c r A v ! t t: Co r s t t ) i rty, ta, f wteaber 18. 1891 FOB TREsIDENT: ILETELASD. OF NEW YOCK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT: USUI E.STEYESSO OF ILLINOIS. MM7mrvnit n vrmM. t.-.-.u- I k Mm. of Lrfivn. L J. Bowr. of liw4. rt PsrtnvV-J. a. l. rt-.r.-, uf Alcorn. Swoi lucrft - K O.-W-y. f T!iw Third l"- H- C. Wt..n, uf Wnlunflno. Frg lwri. I T Bttmnl. YaiU.kuha. Fsna Pmnrt W. P. Twien. of MoIbm-. Puna ltrK EL H. Maiel!!. of AmiUv Ewtcm lHrtJ. L. MoC.kdl,of K.1J.H. Tsrv.VTi . soSU2.EE. SIXTH DIST. ! Mo.T.B.StKkdalp. E. J. Bowers, Presidential elector will speak in Liberty on the third Monday ia this month. i mulinrnf lb Drm Ex. Com i. hereby called to meet the third j HouJay in this month. C. II. Fbitii, Ch'n. Text Book Committee will meet Monday, October 21th, to adopt' text books on History of Mississippi subsequent condition under Demo and Civil Government, cratic administration. Mr. Frith r" T ,,. i Tne Esecutiv Committee of the People's party will please meet at Liberty on Monday, the 19ih. V. U. KlSABRtW. There was a horrible wreck on the FitcLkurg road near Boston last Saturday night, by which nine peo ple were killed and 37 injured. Col. J. II. Jones will speak on the political issues of the day, at Merwin, on the 24th of this month. J. H. Hises, Sec. Jlerwin Dem. Club. Ifyoo have not heard of the Sul- li van-Corbet t fight, we'll you that us a history of the man "whose rai John L. got knocked out in the 21st. merit was camel's hair and who did round, and Corbett is now the boss 1 eat locusts snd wild honey " I be- priie-fighter of the world. Mr. Young D. Butler, of Frank lin Cv,ha resigned as county sec retary of the People's party and re turned to the Democrats. He is ditor of the Franklin Advocate. Examinations Will be held for white teachers on September 23rd and 24th, and October 21st and 22nd. For color- J teachers September 30th, Oc tober 1st, 2Sth and 29lh. Notice. Our mill is now in running order and we are prepared to furnish all kind of lumber at short notice. Place your orders early and often. W. M. Gordon & Co. rti. i -v i Cleveland is preparing his letter of acceptance. If we'd been him, we would have done as Weaver and Bidwell and accepted at once. We re in doubt as to whether the can didates for Vice-Pres. have as yet accepted. Col. Hobgood has been brought back to Franklinton and is being tried for the murder of Bunch. A number of witnesses have been ex amined and give very bad evidence gainst him. Il seems Bunch was killed before the posse arrived. Malaria produces weakness, gen eral debility, biliousness, loss of ap petite, indigestion and constipation. Grove'a Tasteless Chill Tonic re moves the cause which produces these troubles. Try it and you will be delighted. 50 cents. To get the genuine ask for Grove's at Car roll & Nunnery. The health authorities of New York, after quite a scrap, are now bout in possession of Fire Island, at which all passengers are being topped. Within the past week, there have been four new cases and one death from Cholera. Presi dent Harrison has issued an order leading to restrict immigration. Williams, who wai tried in Mag nolia, last week, for the murder of Chas. While, of McComb, was ac quitted. Parker's case came up for trial Monday morning He was in dicted for the murder of Henderson t McComb about two years ago. The case was decided Wednesday, but we failed to learn the result. , - Circuit court convenes here Mon day and will probably last two full weeks- We desire to impress on all who owe this office a few shek els that if they will prance around tliis way with the cash it will be ac ceptable (very). We are running this paper, not for glory, nor for any special sect, creed or party, but because we happen to be in this line of business. So if you owe us, come and settle tin. DcBifKntU it CIL-tarr. ; LJ.tor tltra.J. lira a, low me sr. ic In your paper to give a short , sketch of th meeting of th Dtno- cratieclub of Gillsburg heldoo Sat urday, 27th of August, 1592. The club met in the College hall 3 p. m. with that true blue democrat Hamp ton Wall in the chair. After tome telling remarks from that staunch juiu urruucrii frauorn nrvnuiys -I I I t t? - T U. th club proceeded to ragular bust titn. By previous invitation, C. II. Frith, ami FranV. Tull from Magnolia, were present to speak. They both came, ladened with fig ores and facts, which ihey dished out to Republicans and Third par- " most charming and hospi table manner. If you don't know, Mr. Editor, I can tell you, C. II. Frith doesn't handle anything with kid gloves. His remarks on the Force bill anj the fact that it was an issue and not a mere dodge or a. the on.-third party claim it, was sufficient to convince any candid, unprejudiced mind. He then showed the financial con- dition of several Slates, during the Republican administration and fbe spoke an hour or more and had on- .... V b' nan iumiuli, uut na aiivic were other speakers, snd growing late in the evening, gave way with out finishing his speech, as he said with 'word of God in his mouth and the devil in his breeches." The committee on program had ar ranged that Mr. Frith should open and any speaker of Third party proclivities, who desired to speak, would be allowed to do so. After Frith's speech, Mr. Balus Tull, ol Gillaburg, took the floor, and gave us a short but pointed sermon; text "Christ and him crucified," giving lieve Mr. Editor, that Mr. Tull is a conscientious man and that is not all I believe; I believe he is consci entiously wrong. lie drew a like ness of Christ to that of the Third 1 party; he spoke of the similarity of the life an-1 career of our Savior, with the declaration of purpose set forth I presume, in the Oca I a and Omaha plaatform, for said he, when Chriilt wa. unon the earth IIe wag mocked and scoffed at as our party is today. Mr. Tull spoke of being an adopted son of Mississippi, and if he knew himself he was a Demo crat from tip to toe; that he was born a Democrat. Then in the lan guage of St. Paul to the Corinthians I would say, "come out from them and be ye separate, sailh the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing." He spoke of the great blessing he then enjoyed; living in a land of liberty living in a land that the constitution granted the exercise of thought, the freedom of speech, the freedom of the press and where he could worship God under his own vine and fig tree. And indeed Mr. Editor, there are blessings; bless ings which of late days, however, seem not to be appreciated, especi ally by our people. Then if bless ings, I would ask in the name of one of old, "come over and help us" to perpetuate these blessings by placing the grandest and noblest of men in the nation, Grover Cleve land, in the chief executive chair. I can't tell why Mr. Hughes did not speak as he is such a great talk er, unless il was that be saw the "Vulcan" of Magnolia there, who had hammered him at his forge so recently. After Balus Tull spoke, Mr. Frank Tull, his brother, from Magnolia, was introduced- He is a Democrat, "all wool and a yard wide" While I am sorry I can't say anything about the good looks of my friend Frank, yet, I can say of a truth that he has got a head on his shoulders, and it's chock full of information. He is the biggest lit tle budget of information you ever saw. He did not deem il necessary to start at the river Jordan with his speech, but took a more modern view of the situation. He held up Thomas Jefferson and his acts; the acts and principles of pure Democ racy, all along down the line, from 1S00 to 1890, and referred to that glorious near future when that ster ling Democrat and statesman, Gro ver Cleveland would be inaugurated President of the United States, and when peace, prosperity and happi ness would be restored. He left no stoue unturned, and when be got through, it seemed as if a cyclone had swept over the Republican and it parlies and had left nothing but destruction and helplessness in Its 'Ac. A. Demucuat.v Third Party itnm Bemocrtcy.'no trouble to gtt the jeople into Cuntinu?j. Ei.k4jf Zli. TILrt, tl. Democratic proa, ao4 orators tell us, that the Democtat have cevtr bero in a position to carry out tbe promises laid down in their plat form. If they will gM back, to tbe record of 1S79, they will see that the Democrats did have control of both branches of the National Legis lature, known as the 4Cth Congress. Tbey bad the Senate by eight and the House by thirty-seven majority, and they will aUo see from that rectird, that that Democratic Con gress did defeat th "WarnerBill," for the fre and unlimited coinage of silver. And if they will go back to th record of 1S73, they will see, that th two old parties demone tized silver, and, strange to say, the bill "quietly passed" both Houses, without any debate. I have in my possession a certificate, which certifies to the fact, that a Mr. Seyde, representing the English banks, went before that Congress snd helped to demonetize silver by paying Congress XI, 000,000 (one hundred thousand pound ster ling). In ISS4 Mr. Cleveland was elected President upon the "tariff issue," as was also a Democratic House of 42 majority, which elected Mr Carlisle, a leading "tariff re form" Democrat, Speaker, who put a Democratic chairman over all the committees, thus giving the Demo crats control of both the adminis tration and theIIoue. Mr. Morrison, a Democrat, introduced a bill ask ing for a general reduction of the tariff, of 20 per cent., but Mr. Con verse, a Democrat, moved to strike out the enacting clause, whereupon Mr. Morrison said, "Gentlemen, for God's sake let's have some kind of tariff legislation, as the campaign wss made upon that one issue, and the people would expect something at our hands." But the Converse motion was carried, and the Demo crats went on record in opposition to all tariff reform. An old gentleman says, he has voted the democratic ticket for sixty years, and the first timo he voted the ticket, the tariff was "the issue," and il imposed a tax of IS per cent, upon the necessaries of life; and tbe last time he voted, the tariff was again the issue, and it imposed a duty of 50 per cent., riotwilhstandingtheDemocratshave promised, for lo these many"years, to reform the tariff. Now, will Mr.Talbert tell this old gentleman, how much longer he will have to vote for these "tariff reform"' Demo crats, before he may look for a re duction? About the biggest thing that the Cleveland administration did, was to veto a bill appropriating farm seeds, for the droulhstricken dis tricts of Texas and Kansas, and furthermore, to loan the National banks Gl millions of "UncleSam V money," however, no one objected to this loan. But when tbe in dustrial classes tell of their money panic, and ask for help, these very men say, these requests are foolish and unconstitutional. Isn't it a strange constitution, that can be made to for one class and reject another reject thai class, loo, who is the foundation of allotherclasses? And now, a bill was presented in last Congress, by a Democrat (Mr. Oats of Ala.), asking for $1,000,000 to bo sent into each Congressional district in the country, to enlarge the National Banking system. Listen what Mr. Salmon B.Chase said (the man who inaugurated this banking system), to wit: "It was the greatest financial mistake of my life. Il has built up a monopoly, that affects every interest in this country, and should be abolished, the people will be arrayed on one side, and the banks on the other, jn a contest such as has never been seen in this country." So it is, the contest is now on. The Democrats tell us, that they are in favor of increasing the circu lation. Will they tell us, what good it will do, to increase the circulation and leave the laws shaped as they are, which permits and sanctions the speculators to raise and lower prices at their will, and with the present National banking system, to again contract the circulation? Il would do tbe mass of the people about as much good, jta it would, for a hungry roan to go into a restau rant and gaze upon good eatables, and have no money in bis pockets, and no credit ha would go out, still a hungry man. Mr. Talbert says, theThird party il in the minority. That is some thing more than he can predict, for I think, from the way the "fire" is spreading, that he will See, that the two old parties are only fighting fur the "spoil," tbeu tbere will be loe, snd IhtiUisn ia wb eppose us to-Jjy, will then cast their ballots with os. The Third party i tit composed of "soreheads," as some would like to have the people be lieve, hot it is maJ op of the "bone and sinew" of the land, and have come to stay, and don't you be mistaken about it. It is a little arncsins. to hears some Democrats say, tbey cannot t i t I vote ior vi earer, uecause ne first a Republican, then a Green backer, and now a Third part j man. 1 Why, men alive, do you not know, that a goodly number of the men, who to-day are leading the Demo cratic party, were once leading members of the Radical party in "carpetbag" time? and again, did yeu not know that Mr. Stevenson was first a Democrat, and then elected to office four times upon theGreenback ticket, and now again a"Mugwump"Deiuocral?andgain that we Democrats imported Mr. Dent (Gen. Grant's brother-in-law) to Mississippi and ran him sgainst one of our native sons Judge Al corn; and later we put Horace Greely, the blackest abolitionist in th north, jn the Democratic ticket for President? Surely, tbe Demo crats have not just commenced to "eatdirt," for I've been with them, I know whereof I speak. It seems, from the tone of the Democratic press, and the Chicago Convention, that their enthusiasm was spent upon their candidate, thus showing Mr. Cleveland to le "bigger" than their party and its principles, and furthermore, that his nomination was made at the hands of the "goldbiig" element therefore, it is natural, for the "created" to serve its "creator;" while the Omaha Convention spent their enthusiasm upon their plat form, hence showing principles to be worth more than men. We see a statement, copied from the Washington Post, in which a hotel proprietor told a reporter of that paper, that a Senator paid him $1,800 per month, for himself, wife and servant's board, and that a Congressman paid $1,200 per month for himself and wife, with a 8"),000 salary. This does not in elude cigars, nor nor "cold tea" either. But, what we would like to know, is: were Jackson, Jefferson and those old time Democrats as big eaters as these? The people of Amite county are a reading people, but they are read ing papers, that are educating them against their true interest pupers loo, whose editors yell for their Dartv. riirht or wrong. Perhaps these editors may not know any better, as we see some of them are publishing the Third party's plat form and think it belongs to the Democrats. Now, dear Reader, in conclusion let me ask, how much longer do you want an outraged people to be mocked and deceived, and are you going to be accessory to the act, by voting for these two old parties? May a just God forbid. T. N. Jackson. Hon. Tolk Talbert to Mr. T. M. Jackson. Concluded. Mr. Jackson wants me to tell about that $30,000,000 the Crisp Congress got away with over and above the Reed Congress. I will tell all I have learned about that. The first testimony I had on this point was from Boss Sheppard through his Republican paper a man whom many good men regard as a very pious political scoundrel, with the very pious left out. Then I got it from other Republican sources, and saw il copied in the Economist and other Third party organs, but the amount was above forty millions. Viewed in its face this statement looked lo be correct, but I knew the Republican party had been guilty of telling a few truths, and many awful falsehoods on the Democratic party, and the South. This knowledge prevents me from believing any statement coming from' that source without better proof, even if it were sworn to before a Justice of the Peace in full view of the approach of a death dealing cyclone. So I hunted for the better proof, and found from Democratic testimony that theReed Congress bad mad it necessary for the Crisp Congress to appropriate near eighty millions of dollars for various items it did not appropriate one cent for. In other words this wai a debt, the payment of which had to be provided for. If you will subtract this amount from the total amountof appropriations made by tbe Reed Congress, a difference of some thirty-five millions of dol lars will be found In' favor of the Crisp Congress. So, icstesd f being nacre wasttfel than the Re publican, as is efcargf , onr Demo cratic Zr.ezis ssv ? t-: amount on th items of expenditure covered i by the appropriations of tbReedj Congress, and are not, tbere.ore, near as bad a set as our Third party friends seem willing and anxious to believe, and to make others believe they ar on Republican testimony Th Republican party is th author and finisher of all the evils complained of. The Democratic party has not had complete power to pass a single measure of relief during the past thirty-one years, but during this time it has been able by th aid of the public senti ment it aroused, to force through much salutary legislation, and ward off much that would have wrought greater ruin. It are th speeches of Democrats in Congress that taught the farmers of our country th wrongs that had been inflicted upon them, and stirred them to action. While it is true that the Democratic party has eome unsafe and unfaithful leaders, and while it is true we may not be able to in dorse all it has done or omitted to do, yet herei th great enemy, the author of all our woes, standing in lin of battle to coutend for a longer leas of hi destructive power, and here stands the oppos ing line of the Democratic party, the only force capable of contend ing with him with any hope of success. Under these circumstances I conceive it to be my duty to stand j under the Democratic flag and help to defeat the common enemy. Oar Washington Letter. Washington, Sept. 9, 1S92. Mr. Harrison's letter of accept ance was a very decided innovation in that line. It breaks all prece dents and instead of being a letter of acceptance pure and simple, it is, in addition, a carefully and skHlfully prepared lawyer's plea for the republican party in general j ana tne uarrison auminisiraiion in particular, and like other able lawyers' pleas it is liable im- J pose on those who are not familiar, . ana who win not taice tne trouble to familiarize themselves with the other side. It shows, too, that the stories which have from time to time been told of Mr. Harrison's intention to individually buss the republican sidu of the campaign were all founded on the solid truth. The intention has become a fact, and to-day Mr. Harrison is the acknowledged bossof the republican National committee, which is con ducting the campaign according to his orders. It is known here that the publication of the letter ot ac-,c,,uon is much shorter than last ceptance this week was directly yenr. a good crop of corn was against the withes of Chairman ,mtv.t l,t Mucb of it h as been in Carter and a number of the working jured by the continued rains. members of the committee; they wanted il held back at least a month, but boss Benjamin ordered it given out, and given out il was. Mr. Harrison's attempt to dodge the Force bill issue in such a way as to leave the impression upon those who favor that outrage upon Constitutional liberty that he is still with them as he really is, heart and soul and at the same time make those opposed tn il be lieve that he has abandoned it, is like most efforts of a similar nature supremely ridiculous, and meets only with meaning smiles in every quarter. Democrats and Re publicans alike know just where Mr. Harrison stands upon this question; that, if he be re-elected and the next House of Representa tives be controlled by the republic ans, he will in his first message lo the Fifty-third Congress ask that a bill similar to the notorious Lodge bill of the Fifty-first Congress be passed. There is only one way for this country to escape the horrors of the Force bill, which in one section of the country would be as bad as a visitation of tbe cholera, and that is, to defeat Benjamin Harrison and the republican party. Representative Calchings. of Mis sissippi, is inWashington. He says the democrat will not lose a (ingle electoral vole in tbe South, and that tbe People's party will not have ss many members in the next as they have in the present House. He figures op. a democratic majori ty of between forty and fifty in the next House. Hucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts, bruises, tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tatter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give, perfect satis faction, or money refunded. Price 25 eentt per box. For sale by Carroll i. Nunnery. Prosram fr Seetin? of the General ExecBtiTe Board of tbe XlsS. Eaplkt Association. TO iTrNI WITH T!TS E bAl ivH V." - - t F.ATFOTUv' 1 wtil have no oilier, in our exper- Tbe General Executive Board of , it.nce of over 20 years in the uri: th Misfippi Baptist Association : business, we have never sold ary will' convene with the Eastfork j mi-iic-ine which jave such univer". ' . r. !s;il satisfaction. ours respertfu v. Baptist church on luesday aue. j the third Sunday in this month, at lOo'clock a. m. Program as follows 1. Religious exercises. 2. Eav or Address-By G. F. I Webb: subject: Keflex influence ot , , ; Located Near Chicago; Modern aadWell mission work on churche. and , KeptifltTery Particular; relight members. ( fully Cool and CoiLfbrtable. 3. Should the plan of work in our j - association be chanSed?-By Elder Hotel Rivemew On-the-W " ikakee,ts situated at Kankakee, III., J. H. Lane. j tif,v.sjx niles south of Chicago, on 4 Should our association con- j ,ht; )il)e f Illinois Central Ruil- tinue to co-operate with the Sta'e j Convention Board in doin? as sociational mission work? ByE'.d. D. A. Given. 5. Incidental questions pertain ing to the best interest of the as sociation and churches will be con sidered. Free and full discussion will be invited on all questions. All monevs collected for missions, delegate fund to Southern Baptist , of U)e un(J(.rsi),ned. Xt.rm, Convenvention, and for printing f(ir SfSfl)t, re ns follows: Tran minutes of last association should sii nt rales, t'l 00 to $3 00 per clay; be sent to the board at this time, Families, $10 to $15 per week. Cbil , . . , , , ..I . dren. half rates; nurses, $ per that the work referred by lartl.k' Fr furi',1Pr inflation, association tnExecutive Board may !anlj for , ,,.S(.tjfltjVe pamphlet, be all rounded up. that report may address the undersigned as follows: be made bv board to association. (Until June 10th, at 68 Michigan " . ,., I Ave., Chicago. Ill ; ufler that date, Will not the churches see that!".,' . .' hi their members of the board attend , .. By Committee: Geo. F. WEnrt, R. J.Stewaht, I. G. Lka. Jots from (iilKhui''. The Institute opened September 5th with a good attendance. Mrs.! L.C.Saxon, of Cassville, Ga., is first assistant; Miss Trudie Lnwry, of Blue Mountain, Miss., has charge ; of the music department. Mrs. j Saxon is a post-graduate of Cassville I Femal(l College, and has had many years of experience in teaching. 1 ' i Miss Lowrv is a music and literary Kri.lttle of Itlue Mountaaira Fa-iuaaf CMef,e and WM lmlsic teacher in ! that institution for several years. She has also attended courses of instruction in New York. The prospects for a good attendance for the session are cxccJlent. Miss Trudie Lowpy gave a piano recital Friday, Sept. 9th, which was largely attended and much en joyed. She showed that she is a Consummate musician. Politics are lively. Democracy is Still right side up, and will be that way at the election. Crops are by no means good; There are several severe cases of, bilious fever in our community. HlOA Pronounced Hopeless, Yet Saved. J From a letter written by Mrs.: Ada E. Ilurd. of (Iroton, S. D., we ! quote: "Was taken with a bad cold, j which settled on my lungs, cough set in and finally terminated in con- j j a!l ivil mutters, will orneiiee their pro sumption. Four doctors gave le feMicm in cu-partm.'riilii) in nil the courts ot on. savinp I could live but n short Amite mid unjoining comities und iii the time. 1 gave mvselfupto mySavior, determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would meet my absent ones above. My husband was advised to get Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds. I gave it a trial, took in nil eight hollies; it has cured me, and thank God I am now a well and hearty woman." Trial bottles free at Carroll & Nunnery's drug store, regular size 50c. and $1 00. ii i i - ..... , - Good Look. Guok looks are more than skin depp. depending upon a healthy condition of all the vital organs. It' the liver be inactive, yon have a Bilious look, if your stomach be disordered you have a Dyspeptic look, and if your kidneys be affect ed you have a Pinched look. Secure good health and you will have good looks. Electric Bitters is the great alterative and Tonic acts directly on these vital organs. Cures pim ples, blotches, boils and gives a jnod complexion. Sold at Carroll Si Nunnery's drugstore, 50 cents per bottle. A Secret Meeting. On last Saturday eve, about 20 men silently rode into town from several directions, dismounted filed into the court-house, lapped the bell, took possession'of a room, en tered it, fastened the door, held a secret meeting of about an hour and left town as silently as they came. Il was composed of some of our best citizens, both Thirds and Dem ncrats ana is saia to have been in the iutcrest of tbe colored brother. O t. 15. IvJ. , Paris Tern. Desr Sirs bhio ns as soon possible - grt'f Grove's Tasttie Chill Tmie. Our customers waat ' G rave's T:ftVe C,i! form- in, I j g Browne & Cq- ' A Dtli::utfu.l Resort. HOTEL KIYERVIlTvV, OX-TIIE-KAX KAKEE. road. The features of its site are unique, ana lnciune a uengntiui open prove, a broad green lawn, and a picturesque bend in the river; thf combination making a perfect harmony of charming, restful scenery, and of cool trefes and shady nooks. The bote) is modern, complete and first-class in every detail, and its cuisine is the .very best that mnnev can produce. The season of 18H2 will open early in Loclhs-t, Texs, Paris Medieine ('. ' i T I. - K .nrilwl Ut lluiei IfcMCI t irn, uuiihUKci, All J kwktt Wilcox, Manager. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. !.ev Store ! ! New Xcw Goods ! l noes : T. U. GILL, i i GILLSBURG, MISS., MCALEK IN rjj, fjj)a(Js . GROCERIES, a'l i!Ot.!, CLOTHING, CANNED GOODS, Etc., Etc. Liberty Male and Female College. COM MERCIAL DEPARTMENT. MAKE YOUR ARRANGEMENTS to nt ti'iiil tlic i immiiTcml Department of llio Libert v .Male Hint cmule College. Amnt'nu'iit are lieinir made to tecuro tlioniij;li lim iicrs lor thin department BriinclipiittaiKlit: Mutlipmatifs. Book-kf- ... !.. in , .in. liio S.Iii.i-Iii.iiii Tvlieu I itimrilliil iTelegraphr. Term begins .Honda , June 20 111, 1802. The Ms-ion will continue ten wecka. Con'e.'iendeneu toliuted. '. 1 Maksalis, President. Liberty, An.ite Co., Mim. ilarehiIW,lt-2 K. A. MiLAlX WILL A. PARSONS. McLain & Parsons, mourn n law. (I LOST Elf, MISS. irupremo Courl at Jackson. July l.-t, ltiinsrN Kal. T WILL Ol'FKIi KOH SALH. nt the J. court lioute door in Die town of Liberty, on Hie First Monday in October, 1892, lo the hifilioit bidder for eath, the following described Estrnyp, to-wit: One cow und lull, white from the hip down to tbe tail, the end f which in blaek, smooth croo in riirht ear and fi"ttro 7 in left, about ii ! yeani old. Appminnl at t'i 00 by L Dickson. ami S Tobinf. The above described Oftrny wnfl tiiken lip by Vnh Ven-ton and strayed bv him betoro Ii Uoltuiaii, Coroner snd ex nlficiu Hunger within and for A mile eolintv. Statu of iiib uMlipi, on the l:h day of June, lS'Ji Dark Brown Muley Cow, white pied, crop and under uw wts in each cur. Appmiima at ?H (H), wiid to be uliout 8 yean old by I i Richmond and Admn II rne-e The shove d scribed cut re v wan taken up bv Louis Vnmadoand strnved bv him before V P Wilson, a Justice ot' the Peace within and for Amite roimtv, State of iliiLippi. June 1Kb, 1892. " ' . Two Black Birrow Hup8, nnmarkrd, ap praised nt il 00, each, by J 1 Jenkins and bimon Martin. Thoabove described Estrnyf were taken up by J. A. Jenkins, and strayed by him hv fore It. Hotl'iiinn, Coroner una ex-oflleio initv. Stntu of ilim-Utij'iii, on the SOtli Of June, It. HOFFMAN, i4 Sclentifie AtMricat V . Aoencvfor 4 CAVKATS, 'till' COPYRIGHT. tc For Information am) fro nandboot write to MI'NN CO, M BouwaT, New VobiT. Oi!t bureau for wwtirinir pAtcnta tn A id -non. Srery patent taken mit by tut la brought beif Uia puUic 07 a BuUoa (lieu fre of ekarg la tit sfdentiflfwwtaii' I-arraat (HreniaHon of nr adentlSo mixr tn Ui world. Hplendidlr lllnMrawd. Wo Uvnlllnani man abould b without It. Wartly, S.t.uO a J.ari SUM all month!. Addriwa MVUti 4 M, Vtsuaiias.aciliroadwar, Jw lwfc - VMM