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liDorty. r.. Jy S3. Xo preaching ia town on Sunday next. Some of our merchants ar taking sloei. Mr.D. II. McLean TisitedGloster Taesdsv last. Mr. TobeWebb, of McCotub, is Yisiling friend in Liberty. Mioi Mary Gay speot several dyi of list week in Gloster. Mr.HowardWeatherisby is spend ing a few days on tho I. C. Road. Miss Gertrude Marsalia has re turned from a pleasure trip to Summit. Mr. 0. B. VanNorman, who has been ill for some time, is slowly recovering. Mr. Clarence Fenn was placed under bond last Monday, on a charge of white capping. Freni Mrs. A. L. Waring is visiting Bumrait thia week. Her family (peak of permanently residing there. Rev. R. J. Stewart and Messrs. P. L. Marsalis and T. McKnight attended the State Baptist Con vention at Summit, which adjourn ed last Sunday. Many thanks to the following named parties for cash favors in the last few days: J A. Beard, P C Webb, Jr., Nealy Graham, Alfred Harrison, SjiiTErsLr, July 15, IS j3. EJitor Herald Will you kindly fant os spues in the columns of your valuable paper, to chronicle a few items concerning a most de lightful trip participated ia by the senior class of Cleveland college of this place. Our late Professor, Mr. 0. C. Green, of Brookhaven, honored us with his cheery presence and also a mogniScent address, at a picnic on the "glorious 4th," at the lovely home of Miss Ellen Butler, and there invited us to visit him. We most cheerfully accepted his kind invitation. So, on the morning of the 6tb, we rose bright and early, with hearts beating high with anticipation. After a few hasty preparations and a drive like Jehu, wo met in Summit, just in time to take passage on the 11 o'clock train. Arriving at our destination after a pleasant hour's ride, we were met by our kind little Professor who had himself just arrived, having taken an overland route for homo. He then escorted. us, twelve in have ouch tr.ciher g-K?J t;ao. Plesse, d.n't frown, butkiaily publish an J cl'.lg?, Wild Pas set. LU'IU, lUH., kit J W, . Editor Southern Herald I feel that it ia duo to myself to explain why I will not fill my appointment at tho Liberty and Unity churches during the month of August. When I made tbo60 appointments I ex pected to remain hero at least for tix months. While there wao do contract to that effect, it seemed to bo a tacit understanding that I would Hay. I had been told that I would stay by those who ought to know. You can gueai my sur prise when informed that the churches bad decided otherwise. I hope, under tho circumstances, tho congregations will not think harshly for not returning. I was surprised at tho action taken ao suddenly, and feel a little hurt over tho way matters terminated. But 1 am satisfied, tho churches have promptly met their obligations. I fear they have made a mistake, but the responsibility is theirs. I hope number, to the palatial and hospi- they may be successful in securing table home of his father, Rev.Jas per , minister that will please. I leave Green, where we were greeted by his mother with a smiling welcome. Mrs. Green must be a lady of rare loveliness and unflagging energy, to receive 60. kinkly and entertain so long without any break in her efforts to charm, such a host of un expected guests, and every one a straneer to her. Wo thiuk few ail wun me c-esi ana Kinuiieii feelings. I prefer that my interest hould suffer rather than the churches' interests, but I hope neither will suffer. Yours truly, J. M. Rhea Notice. Examinations will bo held in th ladies could bear a lest as that just Superintendent's office on tho first I in . i . w arm at mealtime. Don't you think so, W i August ana oepiemoer, icyo Mr. Editor? We withdraw the in applicant . or too A.ouu.vunrg- Mr. W. C. Sharp, of Vicksburg, was on a visit to Liberty this week Ho came to see his wife who has has been quite ill. We w ish her a speedy recovery. Prof. C. M. Shaw made glad the hearts of bis friends by making his appearance cm Sunday, and remain ing over until Tuesday. The only regret was that he could not remain longer. For Sale 1UU0 acre farm, 2J miles east of Liberty, well timber ed. Substantial residence, 3 tenant houses, barn and blacksmilhBhop. Will be sold entire, or in parcels. For terms apply to T. J. Webb, July 7, '93. Liberty, Miss. There was quite a heavy wind, accompanied by rain, about five miles east of town, on Saturday evening last. It blew a number of trees across the road and slightly damaged the crops it passed through. . Mr. Harry Barkdull brought in Alfred Williams on fuesduy eve. Alfred has been cone from the county several years. He was in dicted by the Grand Jury fn Sep tembcr,1891, for assault onEdmund Williams. -He was placed in jai The annual services at the Sam Jones Camp Ground will begin August the 18th, 1893. Every body cordially invited. Don't for get it, and tell every body else The meeting will continue ten days Jno. F. Cabsels, Sec'y. S. J. C. G. A. , July 24th, 1893. I have received a lot of buggy and wagon material and hne carriage paints, and am now prepared to do first class work of any description in my line of business. All who wish to have buggies, wagons, etc. repaired or made, will please call at my shop. Work guaranteed. Prices reasonable. "Come early to avoid the rush." J. A. Beard, Liberty, Miss. A few nights ago some one enter ed the atore of Ford Bros., in Glos ter, and purloined a few goods, so we are informed. Our informant also states, (and there seems to be no doubt about it,) that a couple of poor negroes, viz: Slocum Wilson and one Jim Duval, were taken out ; and unmercifully whipped becaune they were suspected as being the guilty parties. One of the negroes finally acknowledged, to save fur ther unjust punishment, that he know where the goods were. They ceased to whip him, and after he had reached cover he stated that he know nothing about it. We don't claim to know the facts in this case but we will bo responsible for the statement that any man, orset'of man, who would jerk a man out in this style and whip is as guilty at the man that stole the goods It ia itrange, passing strange, that tome of tho citizens of Gloster, liv Ing in a town so bitterly opposed to Wbile-capism, should resort to such unlawful measures. The only con station we e&n offer them it th hope that the next Grand Jury will indict the whole business and give 'm the full benefit of the law. question, not deeming you a proper person to ark. Being a single gentle man you think the ladies all angels, of course, or will be when their wings develop. This is a digression. We will try to get back to the sub ject. Being refreshed with ice water, a sumptuous dinner, and fresh toilets, we repaired to the Notice. A graoi cosicri and torchlight process!; v ill be g'vea at lb C. II. E. cbarch Ju'y 2?.b. lt?. Ibo eiorcb it en tie Mead- ille tad Liberty roai.Taulei earth of Liberty. Eegicntrg at 4 o'iock ra. All are invited to tttsod. L. E. Eeows. Gen. Macaetr. Thos. D. Etabs, ! WATCHMAKER JEWELER. 8 um kit, Misa. BEOS to Inform tb popl f Amiu county that he will b Liberty U Second Ko&day in lack Ko&th, prepared to do atl work is his lint with protnpme tad at reasonable rata. H will keep oa hied at all Use a fill Us of Watches ud Jewerlry for sale. Ail work ruannuod tor on rear. Partial having Watchee or Jewelry to re pair, can laTa tb Kama with Tho. Waring, at th Warier Houm. or Mr. Btrattoa. at tb post oific, and tWr order U1 receive attention. jr Patronage aoucllea ana utauactMt fuaranleod. Jul j 20, W. s. s. u D. . a-'lIJ-?, UJLLiu mnumuu Liberty, Mb3. r. e. t i "1 -rV r n B. ROBINSON, President. E. B. ROBINSON, Cashier. T1UE M of Gloster GLOSTER, HISS. Money loaned at reasona ble rates. All kinds of bought and sold. Warrants DEALER IS I COWDIN El'ILDING, tlBEBTT, Ml1-1. DEALERS IS DRY GOODS, TT owne-s of ti a1 ti ire r, jmiJ to ev t i - rtT, f cLu-nui, a 1 ; i-j be aoiava w c. Starksville; and Industriallostilute & College. Columbus. Amite coun ly is entitled to 4 scholarships in th A. & M.; 2 in Dormitory and 2 out of it in the 1. 1. & C. Geo. A: McGeucs, Co.Sup't. July 6, 1893. "We so!icit Deposits, from f 1 00 upward. December 26, 1890. CLOTHING, Hats, Boots, Shoes, HARDWARE, Crockery ,UIauwr,SiMlIlerj Books and Stationery, Liberty, Miss , July 15th,'93. The Institutes for teachers will beautiful home of Mr. Swim, where be held in Liberty, for both white we beguiled ao hour or two most an(j colored, for five days, com- plesaotly with music, croquet and raencing Monday, August7ih, 1893. swinging. Our kind hostess had pf, j. jj. Barrow, of Columbus, lea in wailing when we returned, after which we attended a prayer meeting at the Baptist church Feeling quite fagged out we retired as early as practicable, thinking that the pleasures of that day were surely over, but we were mistaken. Just as we were falling into the arms of Morpheus our drowsy Benses were aroused to the realities of life by dulcet strains of music discoursed by IheBrookhavenBraHs Band. Not being fully aroused at first some of us thought it might be the snow-whtle angel-band we sing about sometimes. The music sound' ed so heavenly. Thanks to the Band for the nice serenade and also to theProfessorfo. his ever thought. ful kindness. Not wiehingtotrouble his mother good, kind son that he is he had a lunch prepared at the hotel, and took us all to Wesson, to view the great Mississippi mills. We took in the mills, even to the top of the tower, from which we Miss., will conduct the white insti tute, and Prof. J. r. Boydston, of Enterprise, the colored. I hope all teacheri and every one interested in education win attend. Geo. A. McGehke, County Superintendent Dr. Tiuhenor's Antiseptib cure colic, cramps, and all stomach and bowel troubles. Try it and be con vinced. For sale by K. L. Weath ersby. Notice. All who are interested in the Zion Hill cemetery are re quested to meet atZionllill church on Wednesday, the 2nd day of August, 1893, to clear off ground and make some arrangements to repair the fence. The colored are also requested to be present. W. R. Jacobs, Church-Clerk. Strayed ob Stolen One Large Red Cow, crop off each ear, under bit in right ear. OneDarkRedMuley Heifer, about 3 years old, crop off Carroll & Nunnery, DRUGGI8T8, LIBERTY, MISS Dcaliu ur DRUGS, MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICEL8, FANCY GOODS, STATIONERY, 4c. November 28, 1890. viewed the surrounding country lor h unjerbit in left ear. One 1 T . it !tt- I many nines, weaving me mine we Smut.Blua So 12 8hoats. 7 or 8 nioiitlisold, white and black spotted except one red thoat; all marked crop off each ear and underbit in left. Any information as to thei faiii Sips Ilanger'a Sale. WILL OFFER FOR SALE, at tb court houae door In the town of Liberty on the First Monday in August, 1S93, to the higbeet bidder for cash, the following I dcaonbed JSntray. to-wit: One Sandyawl Black -8 Dotted Hal Hoc, unmarKM, aDout o monins old. PERFUMERY, JEWELRx AND NOTIONS, J M Apprniied MCIndon and Mown at $1 60 br Vamado. The above described Mtrav waa taken no by T H McDowell, and itrared by him before VV P Wilson, a Jus loe of the Peauo within and for Amite county, State ot Miuiwippi, Apm etn, lew. Coroner and Bangor. AND Groceries, oLOTmNa, Millinery Goods LADIES WEAR,: BOOTS and SHOES Hats and Cups, sii $A five) I.. . ;V Ai 1 L 0 f tlfiKT; H J J J iui (X !1 J ft 3 3 SSi ii -. nit 1 Ui 91 Ec 3 l -C ' TS-OU t I " t t 3' ti. c. r j 1 1 x r-r-rr-!- 5 'n r s . " i . . 1 6 c i", i. i- i 3 " ?BnBosS3 5 1C 3 3- S M B Bridges To Be Let. Y ORDER of-the Board of Su- pervisora of Amite county Mim., th building of the following Bridgi will be let to tne lowent bidder, on tho FIRST MONDAY IN AUGUST at th court hoiue In the town of Liberty Bridge across Amite river near H. D. McGehee's, in Dist. 4. Bridge acroBS Pumpkin patch creek, in Dist. 4. Specification on file In the office of the Chancery Ulcrlc, lor reference. I V W A 1 B Tobacco and Groceries. 'Quid Sales and Small Pbof- its" ia my motto. CALL AND HliK January, 1890. NOTIONS, CROCKERY and TINWARE, TOBACCO, Ele AH of which will be Bold at the very lowest prices. "Low Trices and Fair Dealing' i our motto. GIVK UM A X K I A L ) Patronage solicited. January 14, 1803. Liberty Kale end Fer.r!? loiiege COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT. MAKE YOUB AEKATiOiMEJiTS U .t tend the Commercial Di partuitnt ul th Liberty 11 ale and t enmle Culieire. AminrfBinta are beini nwde to ei' ine thorough teachers (ur thiadepartrnrnl JSnincneataiiKni: juameDinm, u.k stfr,-lnf,lnr-iihip,Shortliaud,Tjrinl!!:i;n Telpgranhy. lenn begin Nonday, June 20th, im i. The aeHion will continue ten wetkt. Correspondence solicited. r. 1. annum, i reiu i i. wended our way hack to the depot and seated ourselves on a greeu grassy bank in a shady little grove near by, where we proceeded to do tn fit avncllont InnpVi mnA J . Bkanshniiti will ha thankful lv re. ice-cold watermelons, the Professor . ,,, ad in waiting there, and which we r fll nrnrnrl to nnioV from 1 m0. V u- uwij, i.oa. ' J f ' f J J 1 , , the exercise of the morning. We Backlen's Arnica Salve. returned on the 1:30, well pleased xhe Best Salve in the world lor with the day's experience. cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt We were pleased fo meet on our rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped return two members of the family, hands, chilblains, corns, and all that had been absent Miss Lulu, skin eruptions, and positively cures who had been attending the Stat niles. or no pay required. It is Normal at Oxford; Mr. Clifton, who guaranteed ' to give perfect satis is teaching Bchool in the country. faction, or money refunded. Price The accession td pur little band 25 centa per box. For sale by Carroll & Nunnery. Citation Notice. THE STATE OF MLSSLSSJJTI.I AM1TI COUHTT. f To Mary F. Caaton and M. L. Caiton, and Beatrice, William, Bamuel and Amanda Ca- ton minor cnuaren 01 ju u au n u n Caiton, deceased, and to M. L. Caiton, their UtJ UOOuS, mofcne , iur Baiu minora iMauncw, i unaui. Samuel and Amanda, whoso post office ad dress is unknown, and Bertie Funchess ai.d all other unknown heirs, whose post office address is unnnown: OV ARB COMMANDED to appear X before the Judge of the Circuit Court ot Amite county, at tho court house in L.b- erty, on the Third Monday in September, Next, A T I . . . Je XJtiiUA FOX BUILDINO, LIBERTY, KISS DEALER lit was quito On Saturday we visited Whit- worth College and were politely shown over the building and the beautiful campus by Professors R Rickets and L. T. Fitzhugh, Jr., which we enjoyed very much. The "At-Honie" of our hostess that eve was much enjoyed by every member of our party. The cake and ice cream deserve special mention. Sunday morning we attended Sun day School at the Baptist church, j which I must ssy is the livest Sunday Bchool I have ever found. Wo went to the Methodist church, some of us.for the 11 o'clock service, listened to an excellent discourse by Dr.Weems. After a much need ed and enjoyed rest at noon wo bade adieu to the kind family and friends, who had united all their efforts and left nothing undone to make for us one of the most pleasant occasion! of our lives, invoking up on them the choicest blessings of heaven. Wo reached Summit at 3 p. tn., where conveyances were waiting to bear us to our respective homes, wondering if we would ever .ie Lazar vs A 8 Caston arid others as set forth in his declaration in our said Court. Given under my hand and the seal of said Court, thus the 12th day of July, A. D. 181)3. JN. 0. MtX.tA?i. Went SIIOES, NOTIONS, GROCERIES' CANNED GfrOCXDS, Tobaoco, Cigars, et All of which will b sold at th lowest price for th cask. Give me a call. January 4th, 1890. AXD Aarons Mendelson Co., Limited, NEW ORLEANS, LA., 89 Gravier When your little boy cuti his foot apply Dr.Tichenor'sAntiseptic. You will be delighted with the re. suit. Sold by your druggist, R. L. j Weathersby. Nusnery, Miss., July 11, '93. Editorllerald Please publish in your paper that there is a registered package held at this office, address ed to "Mrs. Nany Snyder," mailed by A. J. Avery, Tilton, Ark. The owner will please come forward and receipt for the same, or it will be sent to the dead letter office. Z. E. Nunnery, Postmaster. When visiting or trading at Mag. nolia, don't fcrget to call at the popular drugstore of W, A. Lazar, to purchase your drugs, medicines, toilet articles, and in fact, anything in the drug line. He also keeps fine assortment of tobacco and ci gars. That skillful physician, Dr. A. D. Felder, has his office in the drugstore and will diagnose your ailments and give you the correct remedy, CONSERVATORY OF JIIJSIC AND AlIT, BROOKHAVEN. MISS. rpHE 83ko ANNUAL SESSION bk- MANTJFACTUEKR3 AND DEALERS IN J. G1N3 bEPTKMBEK 13th, 1893. The Drestice of a lonir and phenomenally success ful career the reputation it baa always en joyed of thorough, honct work its com- moaious DUllum!, uuatuu uy 1 i ample pounds its wonderful health record, and the macnifloent facilities it furnishes in the departments ot Literature, Science, Art, elocution ana music rii miuiuu vj imv imp institution in tho very front rank of the best Female Colleges of the boutu. ror lurtner information ana lotvatnioirues apply to U T. rutiuun, a. m., rree. FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO PROPRIETORS OF PLUCK AND LUCK FACTORY E.S.ROBINSON, Traveling Salesman. January 20th, 1892. H.P.BUCKX-EY, 8 Camp St, Hew Orleans, WATCHMAKER, Aad dealer tat Fine Witches, Silver Wart and Spectacles. BvrT 0rt mt Watches) Repair, Jewelry made te order. Diamonds tn the newat style. U M reasonable prices as a fully fuarenteea. A full line of WaLthaji Watchis at lowest rate. February 26. 1Hb9 .'.. Solentlfle American V- Agency for cavtaTo, , ptSICN PATIHTO rn1 ' COP RIGHT, (to. For fnf ormatloa and fr Hnitboo1t write to MIINN CO, 9KI BkoadwT, NW VohC tWAaaA i.i.Mn Sn w.riM nut.int. In A hut in. jpvarr Mtnt Uk.n out br as Is bronrht bf ore tbe patxui fey a noun (Iren Ire gt otuvge in UW Erery family should subsortbe to rhe Tlinea-Demoorat, of New Orleans, (t Is tb greatest paper tn the South- Dally and Weekly. Jt hoi & targmt mradotitm. Jarst ehmlntim of stir wirattee pepw to the wortd. KplwliOlr illMtrMil. fo li)'I!1pnt snim Rboutil be without It. weeklr, a Kir; Ml six mo-tim, Aiftrmm m I ma 4 CO, bushb&, an Bros4var, Nsw lork. ntowira mow nrmrn almahao rvn.slnM fhmM HmndrMt Baffin for XPak in dii!ton C-f cheaply and qnlok'.y aV'. . !"' Hok It si"sa wy ' arje" di (ijerJ tiors. , r 3 -T t)S'Seti) s o p I q "ev Si' SB BBS 333 LiWte, Au-ite Co- Mis. Uarch 8Ut, 1 rrf" v " v "" f rTm ' Sflff '. ln 11 1.' ibtalned. asid all .i.lt.r .-, jli.li-d to ft" MOP1HATK WF.S nT, m: i ppotlie Hie V S. 1'armitoiiire. and tn tin 1'it.p nu in less time than Mum,.' rm"t'' i'nii VASHItiumH. Send Umphl,. it.i(A "i 'IHITO of InventKm. We " tu l'"''-'i'- btlity rriof ehsrifc and we mae A(J JU tu T.V . HA IKS f 1.1 MtirkMh Kur emmlar, lvw, terms sml rfl'rw'f VI ICtual i llenls In "ir own Wale Coniiiy, I in iuHO, writo to r TT" T- T"' " ' a- a,iMl ' Lkl l. AdmiulMtrator'a Notice. WHEREAS, letters of administration on the estate of Louis Kahn, de ceased, having been granted to the under- tirned by tne uiiancery uoun oi tn rourtD tnancery imnci oi ine ciaio oi jnisaiasrppi belor U. M. Bates, Clerk of said Court fo he county of Amite, on the 18th day ol Kby, A. D. 1893: Jiow, tberetore, notice is nereDy riven to all persons indebted to said estate to come torward and make payment, and all pVrson baring claims against the same art requested to nntuil inem ana nave mem regiaieren in th manner and within tbe time prescribed by law, or they will be forever barred. Fel'y 13th, 1893. IE: GHlsburR Collegiate InslHuto mHI8 1N8T1TUTI0N, located at Gills A burg, Miss., will n-open Monday, Sept. 7, 1801. It bas made a record, which fills the people of South Wssissippi with pride. for tne next sotaion a complete ana em inent faculty of teachers haa been secured. With our past record as a testimonial, we come before tne public and earnestly sol.cil their patronage. Tuition from $2 to $4 per month. Music. $4 per month, including use ol instrument. Board, includlre waahinsr and fuel, HO. For further information apply to W. K. NETTLES, President of Fueulty, or UK. J. W. KAIJij, Pres. of Roard of Trustee August 7, 1891. ' 3 BUYTHE3K IGI1T IUHIIIIIG mm FTS- KfOOOWORK, MOST 40UI9LC, 51 Z.ro MAMSC, THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. erne) TBtt centa to Union Oq., . V., for our prl asama. "Bund tuok," and win Wow Horn Oawlnaj aohtna. The NeS Home Sewing Machine Co, CRANOi, MABO. as. ow;vs--Va- tieu"' rCS SALE BY u.t- d. ii. McLean & co., . . Liberty, Ulss. raAiifta flUAd !AV0R1TE SJIICE: a' drop leaf, fancy Cover, two large diawett, With nickel rings, and full set of exmal to any Smeet Machine sold from t ' 1 $60 by Canvasser. The High Arm iwu bu a aell-setting neeaie ana aen-iaui" ahoule. A trial In your home before paymeui b asked. Buy direct of the Manufacturer tad save agents' profis bcaidc getting ert:h- eatei of warrantee lor nve years. Been irr machine with name of a business man a reference and we will ship on at once, CO-OPERATIVE SEWING MACHINE ch . eel B. r.ievenin o., rniLflur-i ' r Every Midline la THETIMES-DEMOCRAT Special Wire3, , Special Correspondents, Special Writers, Special Artists. 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