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: ... r-iry S. lSi'5 r.FI.j,iS:r.. ia G!otr. -a spent Sunday Miss IX' U Ei.e. returned durir j Wt i'fi'sy f'fn .i length j visit to Osvki and M. CVmh. Vr.st It-cmne if the Veteran roruiuitlr, ipi'ointnl la cars for tL ro. nninrt and ground? M rt. Susan Rateliff, of Magnolia, ! spent Wednesday with the fatuilr i if her SOU, Mr. T. P. Rakliff. Mr. Gea. E. Know Is, of Msgoo- li. now h.a the rontr.ot fur K daily mail between trial placs and Liberty. MiM Sippi Davis returned to J li Io.tr r ibti cuoday, alter i pica ant while spent with retivei and ftietyls in Liberty. Miss Anna Davis, of Cluster, it on a visit to her sijtrr, Mrs, Mamie ISaUa. We Lope her visit may be lung and pleasant. Preaching in the Presbyterian church Sunday next, at 11 o'clock a. m., by He v. W. N. Jenkins. The public are cordially invited to at tend. Wm hfv tli.t fli Pnmitit.. will .. - ....... ..... . t toon start i psper in this county While we have no objections, we can assure them that they will ml atrike any gold mine. A party of gentlemen from Iowa hive been looking at lands near Uloster, recently, and one of them bought a considerable tract, and others are r pealing of likewUe. Mr. P. A. Green, who first thought of running as anlndi'pendentDemo crat, has decided to submit his name to (he Democratic primary. See change in his announcement The British-American Loan Syn dicate, of Chicago, loans money at six percent, interest, and require only half of advanced fees in cash L ans nrj'itiated by J. It. Galtney, Liberty, Mis. There is some talk of Hon. E. II. RatclitT, of Amite, entering the race for District Attorney. He is well qualified, and would make a good one, and if he enters the race, he will have a strong fallowing. . -Mitny thanks to lite following, named parties for" ash favors in the last few days: Calvin Porter. I C B Caston, F Sterling, R G Mr. j t, ..,. , i Donald, J tlkinson, W H Gnf 1 fin, C M Shaw, S Reynold.', Dr II F Jordan, It B Torrence, Our town presented quite n live Jt appearance Monday. The B. of! S. was in session, the county con vention met, the Hanger old some cstrays, the P. V. held an executive meeting, and last, but not least, J. P. C urt was in full blast. .A gentliMtian from South Dakota, accompanied by Dr. Robert, of Centreville, and Mr. C. IS. Davi?, , , . . i . of G losl er, wa. in tin .ectton 1.4 week, inejiecttoi; land with a view to purchtieing. We hope he will do o. ai it will induce others to. suto ux $1 44, county 1 20,toul2 64. ( Hood, B F J of lot 10, blk 12, 01otr. Come ' Stuts tax $1 88, county 1 02,total 4 8!, The liualling tirtn of B.ttea &j Jackoa, BII n ofwqrand n wqrof R )binon have been buy this week neqraeM,t4,r. SttUotaxSI 62, coun taking atock. They are f-tpullingj. 1 ..1. .l. .11 1 1. iu.i .inktr..iiH' . ' naca tue iw irano oii "a"1'"" belongs here. A liberal aupply ol printer'! ink together with "fair dealing and imall profits," ii their explanation 1 One of our citizens riswarked a few days go that Liberty wa get ting to be a "brpger mule market than St. 'Louis." It certainly ha ..a tendency that way, a there baa beon an average of a drove of atock here weekly since last fall. Time must not be o awful hard, for e ery man that brings a drove make aome sale u Mrs. Webb has had erctea at her hotel a street lamp, new sign, horse-rack and bell. The bell is to iio'.jfy the liveryman of the arrival of teams We hope me of the other business houurs will follow her in the ereo'.ion of etreet lamp. t now have two, there being one in front of the store of Mrs. Fannie rewer & Co., and with a few more the town would be well lighted. Mrs. Fannie Ford and her inter esting son, Hollis, of Magnolia, spent Wednesday in Liberty. The young gentleman visited the print ing office during the evening. Mr. Ford was returning from a lengthy visit to her sister, Mr. Van Robin- sod, of Gloster, whom she reports ski gieutly improved, with chance f. r l.er recovery lavorable. We are t-Vl tn bo hle to note this fact as ! s riiPering r.ews to hir 1- Tax Sales. i-iMici-NT LAND LIST. T WILL OFFER FOX SALE, tj ir-- a:u,)D, to the highest f biajer. fjr cash, cn lonifj, SUrca itb, 1833, at the court house duor ia Liberty Am cccntr. Mi?.. tK f!!,,;. - i uetcr.twa lands, delinquent for the taies therein for the yttr 1S94, or much thereof a ,ettle said taxea and all eosti, to-wit: Aadef-eon. A C Pi of 1 nf . I ika 30, towruhm I, m.? i Swie ta S9 t. euu'ty - 74 rt. f. T X L EO.-12 a in or- " corner wmnri Mate Ux . eta, county 37 rV, tout 80 cts. Andcnon, 31 G, Sr.- of i w and a 1 of I aevSl. I 2 1 3. State tax $2 tl, count- i 04,luialXi Andrew, A J-e I uf w i, ac Si, t X, r 1 eJ w aec 1. t t t rHate tax $5 10, 4 toLd U Sft. BruuAJJ, Mr. A1k Frac it), W. &! aena kc 18, 1 2, r t State tax $1 74, couctr t 55, U11 3 XI. B.rLdul!, Mm Loo a a of a tec 14, t S, r S. Stale tax 75 ct, county CO, total f 1 K. Ulmcoe, H H-totat isndS, block 12; lot , blo. k 21. iunt Ux ii IS, euuatj 5 li txtal 13 (8 Capelt, A Ce ae !, 1 1, r ?; ) and a wj ec 20, 1 1, r 2; 30 acra la a eormf tec 21, 1 1, r 2, and a J wc 27, 1, r t Bute Ux i2S 73, eounty 22 , total tl 01. Cox, M-e, Sank ' - 1 it . 1 1,rl. State tax $2 76, tw.i.tv 2 30, UA t 06. la ton, S K t leu aorw c 1 2, 1 1 , r i Sute tax $3 W, eount; 2 7S, total 12. Cocki rham, Bri'ter t w tee 29, 1 1, 1 4. State tax $4 14, eouutv 1 W, total 7 68. Chi n, Mrv K itC 14 4 - r 12 1 2 r 2. SUie Ux $1 (7, ttuurtj 1 pi, totl 2 8. Caitvr, John E 2 aens ia old CuntrtvilK w8S,lJ,li State tax $2 SO, eounty CJ, Mt 6 6'X Cockerhnm, Vonralnc a w4cct,t2, rS. Stute ux 3 86, county t SO, total T 20. Coolferhaui, Mn. L e )efnwecS,t2, rS. SuwUiH 4J, wunlyl 20,toUl2 64 Cautey, Van w J of t w J sec lit, t2,r6, and of s w aw 14, 1 2, re. Slat Ux $2 88, county 2 25, total 7 13. CWli & Faurt lot 12, blk 27. State Ux 30 ct, cowntr 25, tohil U. Carter, John t w of a w and of i w J and a w of n w tee 1, 1 4, r 2. but Ux $3 03, county 2 63, total 4 6& CaUn, Mm. M M part of a w east of lirulir rreck, and n 1 1 of e vc 27, 1 4, r2. State tax 48 . ts, county 41, loul l!t. Catii, Toly a of w and t J of aoj c 2, 1 4, t ti. Sute Ux (1 42, cjunty 1 19, toUl 2 01. Dickson, Mn. M E All nee S, 1 1, r2; frae . o fee 8, t i, 1 2; 93 aere un went aide tov 39, t 2, r 2; lcU ! and 4 wc W, 1 2, r 2. Sute tux 14 49, county 12 08, totid 2tt 67. Duck, V 11 n w of n ( and n e of a w J toe 17, 1 1, r 3; lot 5 k 18, 1 1, r I. btatu tax $2 78, coonty 2 .10, total T 09. Dli knon, Et V P IS acre on eatt aid' eo 39, t 2, r 2; lota 5. ft nI 7 km 40, t 2, r 2. Stte t.ix $0 00, eounty It 26, total 18 15. Dunn, Mreu pt m rait of river, 12 acrwh ,a ,, j 35, 1 8, r 4. Sute tax $8 TO, county 8 05. t..ul 8 75. Hiumior, Jlariah-. wo 1, 1 4, r 2. lUx. ;" 1 l f Kthndae, J M- ot n e tec 16, 1 4,r 8 8tale ,11X tl M11V !K)(,K t(l, , w. Fvrroll, D K outh pt i e of aw and pt of t w J of w 9, t2, r 8. Statu Ux $1 30, county 1 09, total 2 t9. O'oi Jon, II F 1 lot InUilUburg. State Ux 30 c,,un,y :s toUl M- Gillmore, Kivhard pt of it w eftit of Jaokton road aec 9, 1 8, r 5. State tax $2 29, county 1 98, toUl 6 72. Harrell, Mra. M V ne of i ccl9, 1 1, r t. Sute. Ux 90 ct, county 75, total 1 65. Hurrell, C F pt c of i qre;ixt and north Haalewood, W D u a i t wott of Elite creek cC0,t 2, r 8. and loU8 and 9 tec 21, Sute tax ?2 03, county l 70, toul " 'f road tee 5, 1 2, r4: e of teqr ec8, t 2, . r 4. , , of qr , ,r J 9, t 1 4 (sud tax $7 42, eounty 6 (cj, toul 16 61. Huphre, Itobt j of e qr wc 41, 1 2. r 4. Stat Ux 96 eta, comity 80, total 1 76. Longmire, Mary I e J of a w qr ec 17, t 8, r 8. State lax 96 ct, county 80, total 1 70. Link, D II Est J of w qr and n w qr of w qr see 84, 1 4, r 2, and n of n w qr tec 86, t 4, r 2. State tux $2 53, couny 2 18, total 4 68, Morgan, F B n w qr of n e qr and J of n w qr oo 3, 1 1, r 8. State tax $2 43, ooun ty 2 04, total 4 4!. McKee, Mrs. K G e)ofqr and 60 acrcaon east ide of w ofeqrscl,tl r2; frac w s)r, 113 aerea ice 7, 1 1, r 2; all tec 8, 1 1, r 2 all tec 9, 1 1, r 2 all tec 10, 1 1, r 2; all aec 11, 1 1, r 2 w qr nee 21, 1 1, r2; pt eaat of Comite aec 22, 1 1, r 2; pt e of Comito aec 23, 1 1, r 2; pt n east of Comite sec 21, 1 1, r 2; I w qr of a e qr ec 26, 1 1, r 2; w J and n e qr ex 10 act e ec 35, 1 1, r 2; pt n e qr and pt qr, 60 acre, aec 87, 12, r 2; all frac ii w qr north and east ot creek ex 4 acrci fee 88, 1 2, r 2; 2 acre in eld Centreville ec 3H, 1 2, r 2. Sute tax $88 16, eounty 78 47, total 161 63. McCoy, Richard e of lot 2 oc 89 1 1, r 8. State tax 70 ct, county 60, total 1 88. McLendon, Mr. F S e of t w qr and w or of s w cr sec 82, 1 2, r 8. Stat Ux $2 16. eounty 1 80, total 8 96. McNeil, Mit. M C wqr see 19, 1 8, r 2; all aec 21, 1 8, r 2; n w qr and w J of i w qr tec 22, 1 8, r 2; 1 and w 1 of n q- and e qr of a e qr and e of n w qr and I w of a w qr te 20, t f, 1 2. Bu to Ux 41 12 county 84 28, total 76 4a HcDanH Mrr. S I 42 acre in w J of iqr sec 16, 1 4, r 8, andw ofoqrfecl9, 1 4, r 8. State tax 8 01, eounty 2 61, total 6 62. Nelion, J B EU pt w of qr north of Bunkley road tee Is, 1 4, r 8. State Ux $1 24, eounty I 01, total t 28. NeiHon, 8 E A V AThat pt t w qr west of river sec 13, 1 1, r 4; lot 1 and 2, t.iar 8 we B, 1 1, 1 4; lot 8 and t J lot 1, tq 15 tee 9, t2,r4. State tax S4 96, county 4 18, total 9 08. Sunnerr, Samuel n qt of a w qr and w J of n w qr ind n qr of w qr tnd e of s w 'f qr and s e qr of t w qr sec 35, t 4, IV-i.--- -mn f .-f a ot a I ur.a ot er t, a4 w s j awqraoct, titS. MtU Ux $4 11, vsf f! 4,t. t ? tl. Priit, EV iS E a .jt of aaararetl, t 4, r 2. 8ikUx$1cU. ewuiiCy , Wim I Ksaaey, UilhJllJi km in f toUl 82. P-ibora, Hsi(A r ) ofaeeranda qr of a w at and aaaruf b w o.r x is, 1 1 rt Stale ux $1 M, rour.tr t 06. loUli 1. Reed, TW k 3, 5 and T aec IS, t 4. r t State tax $2 18, county 1 SO, total 3 W. S.vtt, Joe n w e,r of n e qr, ex - tcrr. and a ijr of n w ijr fc-e 1, 1 1, r 5. buie ux $1 44. county 1 20, Wtal 2 61. bUrp, Q 11 16 acrat ofjoftufa c 10, 1 3, 1 4. Suu Ux 24 cU, county 20, total 44. Sterling, E J pt of 1 1 of e qr aouth of Bunkley road lfi, 1 1, rS. tatc Ka 48 cts, eounty 40, toUl 2 N. Slcrling, S C J of w qr aud a qr of a qr aoo 17, 1 4, r 3. Sute Ux 72 i-U, cvua ty 60, toUl 1 32. Turner, Joha a wraN25,tt,rl Stale tax tt 41, eonnty I 84, Mai 13 7 Turner, U G a e uf qr li t 4, r 4 Sute Ux 72 cU. ouuotv 60, loUl 1 32. VukDown pt lot and 10 aoret ia lot 3 mc 31, 1 1, r 1 Sute ux 30 eta, oouoty 25. UiUl 45. 4 aerea of w of i w qr and a e qr we 34, 1 8, r 2. Sute Ux 48 ct, county 40, tout Wet. ptawqrofaqraee34,t8,r2. State Ux 30 eta, county 25, toUl 55. e qr of a e qr ate 16, t 4, r 2. SUte Ux 48 eta, county 40, total 88. of w qr 19, t 4, r I. State Ux 36 eta, county 80, total 1 7a w of a a qr oc SO, t 4, r 1. Suu Ux 48 cU, county 40, toUl 88. nofBteet,l3,r2. 6uuUx48 eta. county 40, total 88. Upohir, Edward ) of a qr aeeO, t8,ra. Stato Ux 72 eta, county 60, total 1 32. Webt, P C, Jt a e qr of a qr fvc 1, 1 1 r 4. State tax 72 eta, county 00, tolal 1 32. Wing, Frvd outh part of w of a w qr aid north pt if w at a w qr toe 1, 1 1, r 3. and a"rtk i art of a qr, 31 aern, aec 3, 1 1, r 3. but Ux l 78, eounty 1 49, t jtid 4 27. Wilson, Mary Ann lot 2, blk 31, Ol.nter. SUU tax 00 it, eounty 76, toUl 1 66. Weittbrook, A K a ) aec 2, 1 8, r 6. Sutr Ut $ 64, county 6 45, total 11 99. Wilson, A E w J of n w qr and w J rt w qr aec V, 18, r 6. SUU Ux $3 36, eoua ty 2 10, total 6 16. Walker, F li a of aeqr aec 10, 14, r8. State Ux l II, coootv 4 e' toUl 4 04. Weatlieiahy, W B rs w or of n qr and pt w qr of n e qr aec W, t 4, r 8. But t x 3 18, county 2 66, total 7 83. DEMI 8 tY M. BUTLER, Sheriff and Tnx-Cotlcutor, AuiiU County, February 1st, 18 i. C. A. NliHON. (Went Side Cottrt Sijtture) U.'berty, Mlse. DKALEU IX STAPLE & FAKCY GROCERIES. CANHED GOODS, FRUIT3, FIXE tlUARS AMD TOBAlTO, CON FKCTION K It I ES, E rc. PrcmiWrll, H.t4. Adiulnlntrsttor' Xol . t"l711EKKAS, b-tlcr of adniiiiirtratton n V thi) eaUtii ot J urn., C. Dixon, du ceaacd, having been KranUHl to the under iened by the Chancery Court of tbo Fourth Chanucry Dwtrict of tue Statu of Mimaa ppi, betoro It M. B:tt!, Clerk of aid t !ourt for 1 the county of Atnitc, on the l'Jtb day ol Dec, A. 1). 1H94: Sow, therefore, notice ii hwby e;iyin to pern indebted to auid eatnte to eonir forward and make payment, and all pcrmm havin: I'luinx again the tame arc requnO'd to exhibit them and have them repred in llio nuinqur and within the time prccribai by law, or they will bo forover barred. J. D. LEA, Adui'r, Jan'y 29th, 189ft. Notice to Creditor. State of Missibjiiti, ) County or Amite. . - mi'DDIkl TrTTPUU TL'CT I VV MKNTAKYof the Ut will and'tct-! Dtcntof Jerry Dvi, deceased, were grunUid to tho und..isigned by tlie Chajuwt Court !..i!".t-i of September A, D. 18U4; 'ow all pcnon having claima uponu me etuuc oi utiu lie cedent, are hereby required to have tlie name probated and reptrod by tli Clerk of the Htid court wit hin one year from tins date or upon their failure to ao so the name will Be biirred. J. n. x-ii I it, t.UU.tm tt, Kaeeutura, Dal'd Snplember 26tU, A. D, 194. FACTS! POSITIONS ClARAXTEEIt, undar raatonuble rnndiltooa, Do not lav It cannot be dune, until you ai-nd for efrea" l'JO puiro eata'OL'ue IWAL titHWB 1'KAClt CAL ItL'SfN KSS COLLKUK and 8cho.il ot Shorthand, Tvpewntine and lelefrmnhy, Naoiivr La, 'I kvh. FOUR WEEKS by Druughon't method of U-arhmg book-Kccpine ti equal to I a Wbitvs Dv old inetnou. It exneud more money m the interest ol itf Empbynient Dej)artinvnt than ball the Dtuinia eoii('. in mo toutn luae in at tuition. It i atroncly indorsed hy Biinaer, llcrclmnts and practical booa-kwpcrs all over the United State. Hearonablu rate ot tuition. Cheap board. Open to both texts. 600 (tudenta tiuai V"r, roiireacotine 86 Statet and Terriloriea, It but also prepared books tot HOME STUDY tent on 60 dava trial. When rou write ex plain "your wai'ttt." Addrcta: J. F.Dsacbhox. fm AvlLlK, Ty. a. a. it pa l afch, $o, for vacam'iee a book-kec)ra ttmograpbera. teacheia, etc., rctxiried, pro videdit Silt tanic. Dm. 14,'M imoi. II. P. BUGltLsEY, 8 Camp St, New Orleans, WATCHMAKER, - . i.4 sealer la Hm Waknes, Silver Ware aad Spectacles. Cvevy ar eff Wawe St.ir.4. Jw1ryaia teerder. Itf.nun.d nl la the a.wat tTl. All at rwuioBabl. ptiem fviily uMnt-ea A full Bn of WiitiuM Wiaiuia St mt$t rate. February le?. fm : :.-. :n. in--. .-. t. i.v't.J:J.S, v. i-!.;-;r. E . I tilt Of ClloF, IJdliii jLOSTKU. kiss. Honey loaned at reasona ble rates. All kinds of WsrranU boug-Lt and sold. "We so'icit Deposits, from $ 1 00 upward. December 26, 1S90. J. M. Gunnery, DRUGGIST, LIBERTY, UIGG PsAUtaa is DRUGS, MEDICINES, TOILET AKTICLLS, FANCY GOODS, STATIONERY, kc. Norember 28, 1800. Liberty Male and Female College. SEVEXTH SESSION REUINS SEPTEMBER 3, 1894. A bountiful and aURKtiv Cwllee Qouw Tor boy and girl. An xomt tuachce in Literary De partment f eveer twenty pupil. tben-V te ""H ludivMualaa Well a i4 Uaehin'r. Tli tMt advwuagoi in MuU- aad Art De wrtnwiiu." A apnciiJ eonrnefor thoe ptvparine tliem elvf.irtcliin?. Boarlina; Dertuwnt uoder the immedi ate uperyiMon of rho Pr.i.nt and hi wife. A rammotlkHu and well arranged Dormi tory for hoy, jut oompletod, and a-ill bo un dor tlw direot aupHrriiuon of a tncher. Ymint: ladiw and rouncnilwurn will be itirely acparuU exuept at lueali aad reciu tt . Kvery effort will ba mad to e;ive to all the tdynue of onlered ehrilian hom No pmil will b nnvivod for a loa time 'lian to the elon of tifni in which b anten. For furtlK-r prtii-ulr apply t P. U M as iija. l'i.afc Libert v. Ante. u, atis. Aupn Jt, 1SV4. Dr. II. F. Jonlan, THE TAIN LESS DENTIST. 4JIOSTXU. msx, rure(ioldrillin-,fl 50. Kxtraction, 50 cent Set of Utbt Teeth, $10. 00. Teeth without plates at equally low figures. Dec 7th,91, MlISSIBSIPPI. Forty-Third Seseicm Opens September 13th, 1894. Twenty- tie schools. Depart- i moots of Hcience, Literature and Arts under full corps of able in structors. Well furnished labora- I tories. Department of Law in charge ' f Hon. O. D. Shands. School ol Tediiaocr enlarged and adapted to the needs of teachers in the SUte. ljpense low. Location unexcelled in iLalthfulness. Solendid facilities for special work in many lines - - - ; Henri for circular ol inloruiaUon or catalogue t Chancellor IloBf RT 13. 1 ulton, I'niversitv, Miss. MISSISSIPPI News and Views IN TBI NEW ORLEANS The rim-rone bus tiMittaed at Jacksen, the Oapttal ot Ulatlulppl, a BUREAU CF INTELLIGENCE Coder the FeTtontl Manarement of that Expw-leaced and Accompllbe4 MtMtHtopl Jooroalitt, KIXJAR B. WTLflOM, who will SIwum freel an broa'tlr all aaeatlo affretioj the polliteal, tadvutrtal commercial aad eocial Uf of Mlaalatlppl. The Ptcayun haa a correspondent al arerj Importaot point la Mlwkwlppt. Toe Picajnn eater MlMlaatppl e the dar oftu pablicttton erery morn In a. ba for 8 e'etook, and u-avertw It territory ia atintront dlrecttooa before algatfall. MlantMlppt tl thill supplied With s great SMtrnpoliiaa wpapr, eoaUlnlm report of latweit from every part of the world. At the earn, time, It to the people of Mlntaalppl. tealdes the aewa of tbelr awe state, pc4al timely eommsnt o ayerytblac of tntret to them. o that, to all loteata and purpoaea. the Ploayune hit keoom a Miiataalppl newipapef, wlthoat ahttlog any of It metropolitan rhinctw. The ionoay Plcayaae It popular becaua it It peerlM. Tke Weekly ytcayaae la sectary ta yry welt-enadacted hoaathold. aedcoa Ulna sor UlaalMlppl aewt ttta aay ether lally od iuadty ricaysat-.- '' a ymt nadty Ploayane JI a Wki Ptesyaaa. .... 1 ' f hJCauLE05 a OO.. Vmpn. ) 0i Lai . E. L. a. II li L L hi J Lit" RAIFOT-D BUILDING, Liberty, Miss. UEALEF.S IN CLOTHING, 10 I UU NOTIONS, Hats, Boots, Shoes, C rockery, CilMaawatrt),Hadiler) PERFUMERY, JEWELRY AND Tobacco and Crcccrlci fjf We have a complete Drug De partment, neatly fitted up, which ia in charge of a REGISTERED PHARMACIST and especial attention will be given to l EESCnirTIOM. Our MILU5EKY D ARTMET ii Up- jtaira and ii under the perional au perviaiou of Mr. M. A. S.trFi.NO ru.v, a bo cat riea a full Hue uf Millinery, Goods. UIVK UM A TRIAL. (Bxtuirx Suor lu tvu part of Datu Stork.) January 31, 1891, A . J . Lazar, FOX BUILDING, " LIBERTY, MIg DEALSH IX Dry Goods, UUOCXUILM CANNED GOODS, Tahaccp , Cigars, st All of which will bs ioUl at tk loweet pricet for the cask. ' Give me a eall. January 4tb, 1890. Dr. ti mm ANTISEPTIC IIIiALS VOrjUDS WITHOUT INFLAMMATION . It Cools, Sooths and Heals -WITHOUT PAIN Cores Colic too, In MAN Oli 60cts., at your Druggists. look out for imitation "Woodi are full of W (.Dec. U,'94 4to. i i mm OX B rji L n IN G, ;LinERTY,MISS. DI ALER IN DRY GOODS, GUCCERIES. BOOTS 1D SHOES HARDWARE, Ruts and Caps GLASSWARE, STATIONERY, TOBACCO, CIGARS, Etc. "Low Trices and Fair Dealing it our motto, (JXl.L. AN 1 HEW February 1st,. 1?'J4. t on Tit. ih.ooii, I.O.I'A N'S TrTTF.H. I, eew, kly rt " y ... itsa ta la .4..... t.. w. a Sips -r t t i , I (!.' 1.' . v - it a Mr. K i . tlaf eVitvW4 it auf i4, : rv-' t otx.. W ib 1 iT H ft I- 4 ' U t ...... . Ia Mr to t a f t a i-t t h I; JM'I 4H,i J." & IM fe. V '; V fMaMni 4VW tia Vr tvt t't ' i t T : gaMMM. C 4 m JJTSt( atd tw. ml la 1U" tiM?-MMaa jrKl-.- la lie M ii l9 4ra-ai ffaW W W r ' 14 ! 11 f, t.'M lau-t so lecv j t J J Mai (oa L ftlfirt aaM A a at f GUia , 4W-4 flaat..,-.i4e.i it, ail, W.! f g V Cf ttaajrv-vi a t I w r ftlfeii aa4 rff jwrti . af ( 6 t-a, w'l 1 t F lirti'it, a tou7 1 1, km. fcj fuMisaMM tur tftffii ft tar .m, w tae t.'au tvua ii- c.qi"4 m t fi - ma ul f4 trvt fa T VA j uu, m .WlfJ THE G3,CQD 4 fMM will ba total an.ea. .--x- a m ul ia. ma-( i ac .t oti. L:u. it tm bmt to mui S. P. n Mufiirw l&mi tm ua w uu Vna. t-M p'i l r. BT THE F of HI PlilCE, And are serving time selling goods at CLO FIGUKES than any firm tbu side the Ci c WE ASK SO PAEDQX, But insist on our JUDGES forcing us ta c;:rry ctit such a light sentence. Ba TES KEY & COMPANY, KTATESTILLE, '. C. -DISTILLERS AXD J0BBEK3 0F- Pare Old Fashioned North Carolina Hand XaCc, lorn and liye Whiskies and Teach I'rau dies, We make a specialty of pur purposes. Our brand ara all noiiiiit(r but high grade goods. We are sole proprietor of the rek t KEY Brand of old fashioned hand made Corn Whi-kcv and ; brandy parked in cases of one doten ots I to iy gallons: iN. C. 'Toplar Log" Corn whiskey, tl 25 totS CO according U K)t hiskey, f2 00 to 13 (X), accurdttift to age, Apple Brandy, 2 00. Peach Brandy, 2 75. Extra charge for kegs and jugs. Wa can furni.b Corn Whiskey inraieaof I. 2 1 fi .nd 8 . bottle to cose in pints, half ptnta and quarts, ready for use, st ! v price. Can make pecil price on bsirsl shipments Wa have the largest stock in the country of old Corn Wl M ripened aod mellowed by age, and tepeuially recommend it for r-rivr" i US. 1 1 " f NEW ADVERTISE JiENTS. W t t H'. ir aJl" r3 ' mi 1-4 O W 69 w 2 CSf 30 -tfiasx - Vi I In- Poor Health means so much more than vou imagine serious and i fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected. Dor? t flay with Nature's greatest gift health. K yea are eeline out of sorti. weal aa snd tnerlly fiaititesj, btvo, Uavc no appttic Hid can't work, txtiin U on ct tak ing tit hhmm 1 n j ur trwirthsintf. 1 miiCitlC,wiiK h Ml M A fw bote ties car-btil come from the very first d-jsje-ji mom' I itam ftmr ttrtk, snd It 'ft plcaUttit lo Uk. It Cures Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver Neuralgia, Troubles. Constipation, Bad Clood Malaria, Nervous ailments Women's complaints. Cat ontvthetrenaine H tiw enwued red 9 tinea cm tl. ratpr. All otlwt .re nh. ttt'.tM. 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