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liberty. X.a.. September 3. 1832. iej; i 11 1 1 . Wl itt h ivinj r.i.il iiiph:. Wei!, hat wul r..u i!n 'bvut is? John Allen will U l.ere Oct. 13. Gent ami hoys woul hat. Err. r Bros. & On. Saturday, Oct. 1st, is the Tlird ptrty basket-picnic dsy. Crockery in J tinware, large as sortment Brffr Pm & Co. Think to Mr. Ptatt Smith f.r tome very fin Fsn-t mttrei. Mii-s Eiln-I Strait. m: fpmt Sun day with friends at B'Welcutue. Erewer Bns. & :o. Iiave put tip a street lamp at thir popular sture, Mr. R. D. Van N'irnian returned f.-ora MiCmiib, -l Monday, at th did Tutti. Gen. Uu,iht lute pn merited ni- with fin is np'e if Korghum, fm which w eut-nrl our 1rui,k. Bridles, spur, whip, lauips ai'd fixtures and almopt everything rife can 1) fnund at our sture Brewer Broi. &. Co. Tbt Gilloburg Band play ft the Detno-Barbecue. The Smith dale in expected. Our Boy may alio be in it. Anybody wishing to pay this of. fire hi produce and fire-wood, can do so. We will alan accept of mor er. Be sure and call un ua while in town. Mr. J. U. Gallioy will receive ana teach pupil ii the elementary branches of education, at iheKatclifl Iloua in Liberty. Mis.., It-ginning Monday, October 3. Mr. R. B. Dickey died at bi Lome near Summit, on the21-t inM II waa about 8-j years of age, ir was buried in Amite county where lie had lived a number of years, Mr. Ed. Hill, an ellicient hook keeper of Magnolia, spent Severn davs in our town in utlenilnnce on Court. II waa not under one vt us only a witness, Dome again Hnn. T. Stuck dale Miller, ntth city of Magnolia, paid nnr town flying visit this week. IIh did no have time to make a speech, but will when Jie conies to the Burle - .... to. Won t you 1 oiu? I KooiPfQniir tne Uemocrntic bar j-t&uajn Oct. 13;h. A division 'ol j time willjje granted the Third par ty; provided they wont leave while the Democrats are Fpeaking. Thii is-by orW of lb Cliiurman. Many thank to the following named parties for cnxh favors in the hint few dys: II V Eaa,ey, J 0 Robert!., W P (J Stewart, M N Bonda, V II Robin? n. 0 X Harbin, R A White, W V Sharp, J R Li ml say, Zaeh Ziigl.r, II C Huhec, II Q Garner, Hon. J. H. Price, of Magnolia, appenred before Judc Ciia-eilv. Tuesday night and cued out a writ of habeas corpus for Frank Conerlv who was indicted for lynching the negraat McCnrab. Tlin writ wag made returnable before Chancellor Colin at Magnolia and will be tried Ml as soon as pof-ililc. a Uncle Seab Reynolds p.iv bis crowd will meet at Travia Bridge, on the 12th and barbecue the meat n ..... . and come into ifwn about one hun drt'd strong with a flag mid a brays band. 8ay w will hear his trnm- . pet sound between 9 and 10 f. in., on the 13th. Whoop! Let 'er roll Murphy Gallagher's dead. Ve are" n quested by the Demo cratic Executive Committee of Amite county to say, that all parlies wishing to contribute meats for the barbecue, on the 13th of October, will please forward Paine to J. D. Lea or C. A. Neilson, Committee at Liberty, onWednesday morning. If people 'prefer to prepare tbeir meats, etc., in their respective pre cinct, they can send t Liberty early Thursday, October 13h. Resolution of the Democratic ExecutiYe Committee, The following resolution was adopted by the Democratic Execn tive Committee of Amite county at a recent meeting: Resolved, That thePeople's parti of Amite ceunty be respectfully in vited to participate in a discussion of the political iesue of the day at a Democratic trims meeting and barbecue to be held in Liberty on the 13th of October neii, and that an equal division of time be ac corded. C H. Fsjtb, Chairman Dem. Ei. Com. V P.- Love. Secrets-, I'i.-Cuit Court, Etc. Circuit c.urt was called to order M.. n day tuoming, Judge Caidy j.rrMd'ng, F. A. MiUin, D.st. At-1 .-.rns-v, N. 'Fv Vclran clerk and C. I r n.'vUrfutv.lerk TLeGrand! Jury adjourned in the evening aud pr stuted the following report: pros To the Hon. W. P. Cedy, Judfre of the Sirh Judicial District, ittiHg in and for A mil county, eptemberTerm, 18S2. We, the Grand Jury appointed for the September term of the Cir- uii C 'Hrl of said C'U'.ty, beg leave o submit our final report. We dil- pently inquired into all lawless ness that came to our knowledge We have examined one hundred and nine witnesses. We have reported twenty five true bills, continued one, referred to the Ju-tice of the peace five We have examined the jail and find it in a safe and healthy tondi (ion. We desire to call the alt en lion of the B. of S t' the unsafe condition of the following bridges: fwo bridges on the Liberty and Centreville road near W R Brown's mill; aUo the bridges on the Amite river near T. R. Bell' and K. L. Butler's. We are gratified to learn that the morals of our couuty are on the up t;rade. We h ive endeavored to discharge ur duty regardless of race or color hut we regret to report that three fourths of all violations of law that have been brought to our know), edge have been committed by the colored race. W having no further business respectfully ask to be discharged. F. U. Wilkinson, Foreman. First Week Civil Dockkt. T II .McDowell v. C II Butler- Verdict for Plaintiff. Simmons Hardware Co. vs. E McDanicl Dismissed atPhfTecnst Simon & Kohsi vs E McDaniel Dismissed at Pltfl"s cost. Wolf & Mooks vs E McDaniel Dismised at Pllff'a cost. Levy cv Moyse vsCIIunolddlein Verdict fjir Claimant. I Moyse & San vs C A Butler Verdict for PlifT. S, Dal.-heimer &, Co. vs E Mc Daniel Attachment dismissed judgment for Fltff. Levy Loeb Si Co vs E McDaniel judgment for Pltff. Stale of Mississippi use etc. for Bank of Summit vs Jus A Parker- Dismissed. H I) MeGeheevs WW Barren- Verdict f..r Pltff. Hyraan Uro. vs J J Campbell Verdict for Defendant. Jno I Ad mis A Co vs E C Cocker liam-Pltff. 1 MnyH-& Sn vs Barney Johns Si Co-Pltff. T McKoight vs WGCockerham Pltff. J W Naul vsJKP Tate-Dft Banv y Johns. & Co vs L, N 0 & TRU-Puff. . 0 Hurst vs L, N0 4TR R Disillinsed. Ike Robinson vs L, NOiT RR Pltff. J R Whiitington vs L, N 0 t T R R Pltff. Jo-i ih Andcraon vs L, N 0 & T i; R-PI iff. S P Wellington vs L, N 0 & T R R-Pltff. Jno Whittington vs L, N 0 & T K R-Pltff. ERHanellvs L, NO&TRR- Pltff. Sechsd Vek C'r;misal Docket. State vs Andrew Inaacs, carrying Conct'aled weapons; not guilty State vs B II Day; guilty Stale vs Turn Bell, assault and battery; process ceased Stnte vs Chas Jones, car con weapon; nol guilty State vs Vanllarvey, Wood Mc Gehee it John Harward, assault it battery, disturbing family three cases'; no proa Statu vs Marcus Dunn Dunn, re tailing; attachment for witnesses State va Marcus Dunn, retailing; altnchment fur witnesses State ?s Aaron Turner, o c w; imf pro State vs Brown Whittington, Sam Curry, Aaron Turner and Alex Duller, jlist family; forfeiture on Whiliingioti's bond, 90 days in jail and $50 00 costs as luWhilting lon, attachment for others State vi Dave Johnson, c c w; nol pros State ?s Gen Walt?; nol pros Stale vs Albert Perkins and R Miimfnrd; nol pros , State vs Luther Gray, cow; not guilty - Slate vs R W Hurst, o C w; coo. tinued State vsllugh Perkins andEagen Brown, assault; not guilty State v P. U Harit, I'l-:,;;.' continued . ifiaie John Jones, retallic;:; continued State vs EurrcU iiarvey, leta'.l- 'V 6UlU SlaU vs Joe leUtiins, nol State vi Gib Matthews, retailing; not guilty State vs Sol Bonds: a 4 U U kill; guilty State vs J G McKee, defaulting road overseer; not guilty State v Geo Mason,. Dan Mason and Marshal Miller, alb; con tinued State vt Joe Hurst, retailing; not guilty State vs Van Jackson, burglary; attachment issued Sta'e vs Amos Crittendorr, c e w; bond forfeited State vsWillBurris, C C w; guilty. $25 00 snd costs State vs John Jackson, retailing; guilty State vsNatAndrews, manslaugh ter; attachment for defense wituess and set for 20th inst State vs Henry Jagers, retailing; process ceased State vs B P Ilarrell, c c w; con tinued State vs Cicero Cotten, embezzle ment; not guilty held for larceny State vs II D Martin, not guilty want of jurisdiction State vs Jack Hudson, i b; guilty State v Ben McNeil, c c w; not guilty State vs Geo Handy, retailing; guilty State vs B P Ilarrell, exhibiting pistol; not guily State vs Jack Oliver, retailing; guilty Slate vs Isaiah Davis and Minda Causey, unlawful co-habitation; lismissed on payment of costs State vs II D Martin, forgery; nol pros State vs R W Hurst, dist family; continued Slate vs David Dye, retailing; not guilty State vs Monroe Banks, larceny; not guilty State vs Tom Jones, a & b; nol guilty " i btate vs Jack Williams ana Ben Jones, removing cot tun; nol pro Stale vs J. U. McKee, defaulting road overseer; nol pros. State vs Hugh Robinson, retail ing; not guilty. Stale vs Bill Robinson, retailing. not guilty State vs Jesse Duncan, retailing; nol pros. Married: Al the home oft ho groom's mother, Amite county, Miss., September 22, 1S92, at 2 o'clock p in., Mr. Jehu (i. Wall and Miss Eulah G M uu-ixs, T.C. Schilling officiating. May their path through life be bright and happy. l' A sumptuous dinner was served, and nunv good wishes accompany the wedded pair. T. C. 8. Gillshurg. A Little Girl's Exporieuce la A Lighthouse. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott are keepers of the Gov. Lighthouse at Sand Beach, Mich., and are blessed with a daughter, four years old Last April shi was taken down with Measles, followed with a dread ful cough and turning into fever. Doctors at home and at Detroit treated her, but in vain, she grew worse rapidly, until she was a mere "handful of bones". Then she tried Dr. King's New Discovery. and Hfter llie use of two and a half boltlt'8 was completely cured. They say Dr. King's New Discovery U worth its weight in gold, yet you may get a trial bottle free alCarroll it Nunnery'.s drugstore. Shake No More. Dicks' Chilli fuge or Sweet Chill Tonic cures quickly chill and fevers, dumb chills, intermittent fever, malarial neuralgia, bilious levers. Why Dicks' Cliillifuge is the best: Because being aweet, children oi grown persons do not object to th- laste. Because it is guaranteed to cure. Leaves no bud effects, strengthens the aged and feeble. brings back the glow of health. tones up the system and neutralize? the -malarial poison. Sold and guaranteed by R. L. Weathersby, Liberty, Miss. F. A. Dicks, Natchea, Miss, Strength and Health. If you are not feeling strong and healthy, try Electric Bitters. Ii "La Grippe" has left you weak and weary, use Electric Bittern This remedy acts directly on liver, stomach snd kidneys, gently aiding th(68 organs to perform theii functions. If you are afflicted with sick headache, you will find speedy and permanent relief by taking Ereclric Bitters. One trial will con vince you that this Is the remed you need. Large bottles only 0 cents at Carroll fe Nunnery' drug. store, Tl.st tired (,v'.:r., wLI.'h is cx 1 perienced by so many people livirg m malarial a v.r...s. I'aria! d'v.rxs, can be cured ! nurrii" To ft te j""" JJ by takiri5 Toaio, isk far Groves. Grove' Cathartic :t;jr is as pleasant to the tasle as lemon euar. Moves the bowels gently, cures con stipation and biliousness and does not gripe or sicken. A 25i package contains more doses tban any 50ct Cathartic Syrup on the market. 25 doses for 2octs. Try it and you will be delighted. For sale by Car roll & Nunnery. Grove'a Tasteless Chill foaicisa perfect Malarial Liver Tonic and Blood purifier. Removes bilious ness without purging. As pleasant as lemon syrup It is as lsrge as any dollar tonic and retails for 60c To gel the genuine ask for Grove'a Sold by Carroll Si Nunnery. You run no risk. All druggists guarantee Grove's Tasteless Chill Ionic to do all that the manufact urers claim for it. Warranted no cure, no pay. There are many im itations. To get the genuine ask for Grove'a. Carroll 4 Nunnery. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Eastfork College. 'IMUS COLLEGE will open iU Second X Emusioii Monday, Sept. 7, 1801. An excellent corps of the moat proficient proftwor and lady teachers have been em ployed, which mntii thai we art going to do the best educational work during the Mion that wt have ever done here ur eUuwhere before. We will be prepared t teach 250 rtudonti. and then-lore lolicit tlie tuiiport and patron.' ae ot Amite and mrruuudine, rouutiea. Uoarting lacililM excellent, iwiiege duiki mir amnlv lar-D and beautifullr arruneed, and furiiiaheoT with the chiirmin; Orand lUnid Anlomutic Scats and Desks which iidd not onlv in neatnuw, but reallv to the omt'ort and aealtliy duvvlopnicnt of the physical ttuueni. Music room has three beautiful pianos and one hundoome chapel organ. The Dormitory will be under the manage ment of the President and his wile, who will conduct it on the plun of a quiet, Christian lamily home. Commercial DeDartment Younjr mon and young ladies, now is thft onnortunit v for vou to equip yourselves with aUL'SlNESS EDUC.VI'.ON. VVeeuarantee thoroughness of training in this department. We will be able to give Diplomas to any who tlimh the Uommercial (Jourse, wnn n will In clude Hook Keeping, l!unkiiis,sUtinbca'-inir, Kailroading. C'oiuinission, Arithinelic and Commercial Law, etc. t Time required to gi-aduate: If a student give his whole time to this course ha can graduate in F1VK MONTHS. If he dnsiraa to lake other studios in the Literary Course, it will require loncor time, according to the time lent from Commercial Course. T-irais, cash and clwap. Couiiie Inirh and complete. KXi'KNStii: rtoanlf Inclitrling wrishina, per Iru $10 00 Board. Mondavtill Friday, " 00 Tujtion.l'rimurvDopartnieiit. " 1 fiO " I'miwraWy " " 2 00 to 2 f0 " Collctri.ito " " 8 00W4OO Music on I'ianoor Or-in, ' t 00to4 00 Use of Instrument, for practice.per mo 1 00 I'aiutinir, for full Course, 3 60 lucidcnud fee, per month, "o Commercial Course (including fee for Diploma), 45 00 Diploma f'-e, 1" 00 Board and tuition will bo rcqniri.il in ad vance. No deduction except in caws ol protrnctnd nickness. Boarders required to furnish a pair of blankets or two comforts, nul toilet artichw. If other information ha dcfln-d. please write for catalogue, or tor thu desired uifor mation,to S.S.NiHTLE?, President, July' 17 lS'Jl JiASI'r UKK, MlbS. MONEY TO LOAN.- On improved firm lands, at low rate and long time. No delay money obtained in ten days. W. JS. GILL, Lawyer, LIBERTY, MISS. July 13, 18111. H. P. BUCKLEY, 8 Camp St, New Orleans, VATCH MAKER, And dealer la fin Watches, JWLStlJ Silver H are and Spectacles. Brrrr Watfbrs R''PI4 Jw-iry mtirie to order. Dismmiit n-sM In tli uewint si Tie. all at rounualila Drimis ait J fultr atiiirntfM A full line of Waltham Watcum at lowest rates. February 2fi. lSe. Onardlau'a Hale. BY VIRTl'K of a decree of the Honora ble Chancery Court of Amite county. Mississippi, made on the Zli-t dsjy ot July, 1H92. in too case of C.W Bcrrvliill. Guardian irs. A, F. Struwn and others, the undersigned will on Monday , 5th day of Septembor, 1892, it the eaurt bouse in Lihcrty offer for salo at uiction to the hiclicst Didder the land m saiu county, drweribed in said decree as follows: That nart of Section fortv-one (41) which lies East of Heaver crctk, containing 180 acres. The West part of Section forty-six (4fi) whiuh lies rust of Beaver crock, and the lat part of Section forty-one (41) in Town shin one of Kancethree. Tho purchaser will required to give bond and security in three payments, due in one, two, and three years from date of aalc, with 10 per cent, interest from dstc. No bid will he received for the whole land under one thousand dollars. C. W. BERUVniLL,' Guard an Auiit 1st. 1802. GENUINE D0NG0LA KID SHOE FOR $2.50, Why Ian yaar sinn 4 not 117 Bksum yow dMlM dots net liMf vm sum snd snmiw ana you to Islu whst hs Im WsmslisM msi t 1st lls t i mt tost, Snt rpid n rscsipf f ssn, monyisf r pssw mis TKsy sr totter thin shot sold in rMnlitomfwf 1.00. Whsnoc- dsiins sttid wl th wSdta snd si at yur Sid SMss and sn outlfns M tK bettsm a4 yw lost oa a pise f spf and ttfSwtlltityou. WSflt ths Sfmt city tmda snd awn siif snoss tfl widths framAA to EE. iMiKa Asrxssr GdMssda Sons 10. InwysabcfjKMONo sulra snd nil wsmntsd, W SSttSMflJSMMtMdOSftw (nttmtrt, J. M. PEEPLE A Ca, 321 Fifth Avnu, - CHICAGO. m AT . D. u. 3u "AN, - n ' 1 1 I I i 1 1 JllHlll UUUI , , ! i Liberty, DEALER IN CLOTHING, Hats, Boots, Shoes, HARDWARE, t'rckcry,GUMiware, Saddler) Books and Stationery, PERFUMERY, J EWELR t AND , ' ; , NOTIONS : . ' T I IT VT A E El Tobacco and Groceries. "Quick Sales akd Small Pitor its" is my motto. CALLi AND H12K. January, 1890. V . J . L a z a r , FOX BUUDIXG, LIBERTY, HIS 8 DEALEtt IX Dry Goods, SHOES, NOTIONS, C1ROCEBIES CANNED GOODS, Tobacco ,Cigars,et All of which will be told at tho lowest prices forth cash. Giro me a call. January 4th, 1890. H. C. Capell, CENTREVILLE, MISS CORUESPOA DEKT Corbin Banking Company NEW YORK CITT. tog" Loans made on improved plantations in Amite and Wilkinson counties on long time. No charge for examination of property. December 6, 18!0. Thos. D. Evans, WATCHMAKER & JEWELER., Sommit, Miss. BEGS to inform the people of Amitr county that he will b in Liberty on the Second Monday in Each Month, prepared to do all work in his line with promptness and at reasonable rates. He will keep on hand at all time a fall line of Watches and Jewelry for sale. All work guaranteed for ona year. Parties having Watches or Ji-welrv to re pair, can leave the same with Thos. Waring, it the Waring House, or Mr. Stratton, at .he post office, and their orders will receive itlention, tcf Patronage solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. July 26, 1689. FOR DTSPEPS1A, iBatrvtlon sml Stitnsclj d.rtrrs, ti tUOWl IKOH BITTtUUk .11 iin l.p It, 1 rw hwtio. GamfiMfcat ua-lo (biii tnl ctwckJ nd Useson Trsprer. 111 Gfil Paniation Sifts I 1 f f f i j ? t r CO. i Ca Gloster, Miss. DEALERS 15 DRY GOODS BOOTS and SHOES, Groceries, Hats and Caps, PL1MTI0N SIPPLIES NOTIONS, CROCKERY and TINWARE. TOBACCO, tie. All of which Mill be sold at the very lowent prices. m GIVE US A TUIALI 'Sept. 19, 1889. L. B. ROBINSON, President. E. B. ROBINSON, Cashier. ! THE (.LOMTEIt, MISS. Money loaned at reasona' ble rates. All kinds of "Warrants bought and Bold. We solicit Deposits, frcm f 1 00 upward, December 26, 1800. m, Carroll & Nunnery, '.DRUGGISTS, LIBERTY, MISS DiiXtas ix DRUGS, MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICELH, FANCY GOODS, STATIONERY, 4c November 28, 1890. F. R. BREWER. A. A. BREWER II ItS. FANNIE BREWER. C0WDIN BUILDING, :libebtt, miss CEALEES IN DRY GOOD AXD GROCERIES, Millinery Goods LADIES WEAR, NOTIONS, ETC. "Low Prices and Fair Dealing' is our motto. Patronage solicited. January 14, 1892. Adminlatrator'si Kotice. WHEREAS, letteri of administration on . the etUU of G. H. Borrey, de iased, bavinjr been (rranled to the under--igned by the Chancery Court of tha Fourth Chancery Distrct of tne State of Missise-ppi, More H. M. Bates. C'erk of said Court f f h coantr of Amte, on the 2d day it 8ert, A. D. 1892: Now, therefore! notice il herebr given to ill persons Indebted to said estate to come rnrward arid make payment, and all pron? having rlxim apainst the same are requeatod t.i exhibit them and hava them reist ifd ii he manner and within the tima prescribed by law, or thy will b fotr bonrd. L. E ROBI JiSOJi, E'r - If 1 : M of Gloster BrewerBrosACo O. f T CP jj - s cr e-s c . . e ts t ;i I t . Ihea; ' c. c . . V L CIi-t,i xC t- . -. ... l.ai tT it: i i:i Susm tf w ; y., Or Ti. ?.-d T. :.r, to ir l i I .'' f 'd, erep ard s. I ia r . It ". ' ' k 11. Ay p ruiMsa al i 4 tv ii t i i a-svi sjud Jmtw : Kt). lt'ab-' 0. rl-d ei-f .L--a lr K t-v..-!, A . p. i : a, u- i. One Red trd TVti'e rpot'ed P .1 rmYr t about two jesrsoid, Tu.v8t ir 4rpi-iidat I i W t'' J t V .- 4 iv S VvTd. iVor iewriW tttrty ws Uicm f bvC R Co UiLim i a st J I? l.:a t kn V 13 Ptsy.t Junuoi u I "e-viii.ji and fr Ab-.m co-ni) , Aug C:li ir Cnt kit-po!'.ru st, r, b -at U ysi o' !, umark. i. j"ii and at $i lv l MX1 Liej a:id h 1 listifc". liii above tk'r.bid etrsv s t'.n vp by I C t., Mid iivid ly l as fc-'-, It lloTBian, it .wioii.r tui tx i Kn-r mithia and ! r tr' , ' i 9uiof lluitkipi, trj u,.i.- lvia, l-.-- The owners of the above deter lit r'4 r requested to eoire tomsrd, prvti p ny.pav ctt.(, aid lake Ui lu k ny, kf MJ IU dsatil tU as t 1 d. rM f K. liVi t MAX Curor;pi.i Rnr J Til RBI8B0II S eSs i n --t 9 E rr- ww"wwwi-w rJ! P. mTJ re: S.3 r t 1 1 f5-t-t-t-t-!i. ? t?5 o M m a ? 9 B B B B B 3 B PS" T o- er l-S GUlsbnrg f cllf glete kililuta THIS iyN'lTUTIOJJ, located at Cilhi bur,, will ns-open V It , ,blrk fillst the p p jt( jj wuh pnie. '! Sf'Filon a rMtr,li.ta arA aI. ofbV cicnt facu. -1 teaibrn has bt-en MKrovd. - - - - -- - - - With ouf rtit record as a test'n onisl. n eome before to public and earnwtiy u c-( their patronsgr. Tuition from $2 to $4 per month, ilutic. S4 per month. incluJin Via t i instrument. . Board, lndudir s- wsihing md fuel, 10. For filler info, nation an.lv In W. r. KITTUlS, Pittiderit of f-..-u!tT, or . J. W.. AI L, Pres. of Board vl Truites August T, low. Cllallon Xotire. Till BTATK OF MI?i:l!:El PI, T auiTX COl'NTY. To Mart t-. . nston and M. I Caston, and Beatrice, William, Surmiel snd Ami m' 's. ton minor children ot 11 1, Cat'i anl L laston, dK-eated, and to x. I , fas ion. tl.elr moth , for mid minora Patrice, illim. Hsmuel and An-.ar.da, whose putt d- "ire uijmiuii; 70V ARE fOWMAM)ED to bufore the .ludpe of the t mnit rpear t l urt ot Amite county, at tho court bout in L W any, on ma Third Monday in Srptember, Next, and dsftnd tbe action In Flrctn ent of A.J. Laxar rs A 8 C'aston ai d ollera ss et forth la bis declaration in our wid I ourt. Given utidrr mr hand and the rbI of rs'd Court, this, the 21.1 dy of Jutie, A. D. V-.t. V. S. .VcLLA', Cieik Xotlce for ruMitadoH. Laks brncs at Jai Ksoy, Hias Sept. 16th. lbM. ( NOTICE Is hert-bv given that the follow, infr named settler has !ed notice of his intention to make final proof hi support of his elaim, and that said prool will be made Iwfort the Circuit Clerk of Amitt County, at Liberty, Miss., on Oct 27, WW, rin Hampton bwarinpin, lid. ho. 17669 tor the east half south eaut quarter ,and north west quarter eouth eart quarter and north to-t Suarur touth west quarter, tica 2,T. 1 JJ, K. htm H nsmss the following witnesses to pre nil oontinuous rrsidenco upon, and cultiva tion of said land, viz: Samurl Nelson, Green Eollins, JloVert V. Carrith, John 1. Carruth, all of i?uniuiii. I". 0, Piko Co.. Miss. HENRY KERNAGHAS.Eocistsr. wnmto, ana ail tAltM nwifr-. toaal to Im MOprTUTR rn (mr o" t opim(.ii tha U 8. raiant tiffin st.rl we ra 06. tola Psirms in leas timstinii Hum? niMrbm if4ffAro.v. rt,4 nwtL. mamim rlOTO of tnvsntinn. We ertvte $ to iip-.?. ahilitv fte ni rhsree snd we mk tUAi.LS li.Vli.-s PATJSXT M i-t,litl. For eirf-iilsr. sitrire, tnns anfl rr, aifnsj elfins fn ymtr nwr, Hmi'. tv.uiiiv invir lw, wrlia 10 ps,m,r. OlfMiU fa timet, B-w,-.i b i Irety family should nt-eribe ti The Tlmos-Otsiuoerat, of iw Oi 'na, It Is the grmteHt oa.r in Ut S"'b Daily and Weukly. it km V brjasg m Mm ii,tl X'l-IKOS SI mowit fmra s tavwoi a i lt Cc'S lirovvtiV i til It.Mi-r-i Vtl1!i..iiie-iT-;"-- ;,-.ikj-. r--n;ff TKm A twe, SU-1 1, 'lit. . liutt p..49.