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ffann, who was reported , is cow rr.u.-h better. :s in men's shirts at cur rs. Fatsoi Brewer Co. store r - caa't -ff is brisk when merchants lets for (ha Fourth o' July. Don't b alarmed if wt offer you alarm clock at an alarming! jr low pries. Mra. Fannie Brewer & Co. Mr. Geo. A. McGehee and wife ara visiting Brookhaven and Wet ion. Wa wish them pleasure. Our tboea must walk, if telling tbeto at low pricea will make them do to. Mrs. Fannie Brewer & Co. The Rev. Mr. Spurlin, of Ala bama, will preach in the Presbyte rian church of this place Sunday next. All invited. Verily, merrily, more and more, It pays to trade at the Red, White and BlueStore Mrs.FaunieBreuer & Co. The stepping Etone to wealth ia economy. The stepping stone to economy is the Red, White and Blue Store. There will be a big picnic at II. P. Boggins' mill on July 4ih. Every body invited to atteud, es pecially candidates, buth populite and democratic. Respectfully, F. M. Berryhii.l. The ladies of Liberty and vicini ty are requested to meet in the Courthoute on Monday evening, at 5 o'clock, for the purpose of organiz ing a village improvement associ ation. There will be a picnic at Rice ville on Thursday, July 4th. Every body invited to attend. Do not neglect to bring well-filled basket along. We expect to have a nice lime. N. Q Easley. Many thanks to the folloning named parties for cash favors in the last few days: Sherrouse Medi cine Co., J W Wilkinson, W N Nash, II P Buckley, R Hoffman, Chamberlain Medicine Co., Brown Chemical Co., The ladies of town will have ice cream for sale, in the monument yard, Friday night. If rain inter feres, the cream will be sold at Mrs. Webb's hotel. The proceeds will be devoted to the improvement of the cemetery. The Liberty boys ro disappoint ed. They bad expected to play a game of ball at Glostcr on the 4th, but as our merchants are not patri otic enough to close up tbey can't gel off. The boys sny it Is useless to buy any more base ball supplier . Hon. Murray F. Smith, of Vicks burg, will speak in Glostcr on the financial question, Saturday, 29ib inst. We hope he will have a good audience, but doubt it. The in telligent voter can not form an opinion unless he hears both sides The Fish-Fry that was to be at Dickey's Mill, July 4tb, has been pulpff until July 18th. All political parties are invited and ull candi dates that wish can give their views from the stump. W, F. Love and E. H. Ratcliff will be invited to address the people. J. W. Dickey. - Notice. . , In pursuance to Section 3903, a meeting of the ichool board of Amite county will be held in the Superintendent's office on Monday, July 15, 1895, to locate schools and to attend to any .business which may properly come befoie it. Geo. A. McGihee, Sup't. of Ed. Lewia Taplin, a negro, formerly of this county, was arrested Friday and lodged in jail here for the kill ing, a few days ago, at Hammond, La., of Lee Jordan, who had marri ed his niece. Taplin and Jordan were both of this county, but for some time past Taplin had been living at HauiniontL On the 9ih day of April Lee Jordan made hif escape from the jail of this county while serving a term of thirty day for larceny, having only two days more to complete his term when he made his escape. He made his way to Hammond, where be met his tragic death at the hands of Lewis Taplin, who confesses the killing, but says It came about by the acci dental discbarge of an old pistol while being carelessly handled, the contents entering the face of Jordan. causing his death. The Sheriff of Tangipahoa parish requestedSherin Butler 1 if nd the prisoner toAmite city, and Deputy Sheriff' Neilsnn l"fl with Kim for that plane hv Tned.iy. Magnolia. lr- -3 .:.-jv ew;..' j, -i.ti ir-l., by- the arrival, at the We '.'a 1LA, ..f a Livk an J t : '.vui t-e c; reclion of Ceotreviiie, containing three Ja3:es aad three g?ntleasen. The ladies entered the hotel, and the gentlemen repaired to the court house. In a few minutes a mes sage was sent to Rev. R. J. Stew art, aud the news soon spread that there wis a "runaway couple" in t wn. We hastened up to the bo-! tr), and as it was about the hour for the stores to close, a number of others had hastened likewise. It was soon discovered that Mr. T. J. Cravens, a prominent young man of Ethel, La., had eloped with Miss Mary East, the pretty, winsome daughter of Mr. Won. East, of Wil son, whose family is well known in railroad circles. A few minutes af ler"7 o'clock the bride and groom, preceded by Mr. Cook and Miss Sara Cravens, entered the parlor, and in the presence of a large num ber of witnesses Bro. Stewart pro nounced the solemn words that made them man and wife. The little story of the affair is tbis: The parents of Miss Mary had arranged for her to wed, on the 4th of August, a freight conductor on the I. C, who rejoices in some name of French extraction. The young lady had arranged to marry otherwise, on the 26tb inst. A let ter from her clandestine lover was found. The man of her parents' choice came up from the city last Sunday, and there was a row which precipita.ed matters. Monday at noon the young lady boarded the train, ostensibly to visit friends in Gloster. On that train was her lover, accompanied by his brother and sister, of Clinton, and uncle and aunt, Mr. W. A. Moody and wife, of Ethel. Tbey left the train at Centreville and came to Liberty where the affair happily culminated as above mentioned. The groom is of a good family, his father hav ing been, for years, Clerk of the Courts of East Feliciana. At night they were tendered a re- ccption, and left the next morning, followed by the well withes of their new found friends. Married: At the residence of the bride, on the lOt.i of June, 1805, Mr. P. R. Boi.ts. of Utica, Hinds county, Miss., ana Mrs. u. u, uray, of Amit county. Miss., Rev. W, W. Bolls otiiciutmg. We were kindly remembered with a share of wedding-cake, for which we herewith return our best thanks and wish the happy couple a bright and joyful future. Charles II. Frlth's Views Again. Editor Herald Will you again kindly allow me space in your valu able paper to answer questions pro pounded to the candidates forRepre senlative by "Jonah" in your last issue. 1st "At what ratio would you have gold and silver admitted to free and unlimited'coinage?" Answer The Democratic parly settled this question years ago by making the ratio between the two metals 16 to 1, and I see no reason to-day why we should depart from it. In other words if we are to have the free and unlimited coinage of gold and silver, and I firmly believe we will, then the ratio should be 16 to 1. 2nd "Do you favor the free and unlimited coinage of silver by this government, without international agreement?" .:" '. Answer I believe that this government ia old and big enough to accomplish anything it under takes, and as this question was once before settled by this government, without asking the permission of any other nation, and that, too, in a satisfactory manner, I again can see no reason why we -should not again pursue tho same policy. Hoping the above to be' explicit' enough and thanking you for kind ness of publication, I am, i Respect fully! C. H. Fkith. Moving in tho Right Direction, Mrs. Vic Webb and Miss Haltie Stewart tool p a collection Tues flay eve for the purpose of putting the jCemeteiy, in good, condition, and, realized the sura of 120 00. This Was good, but it will take mort than that. To our utter astonishment some people who were amply, able refused to give any thing,, though all .units in saying that the grave-yard, in its present 0 )ridition 13 a & fjgra.4 to the towr . 'T ls type that orae of our citiseni have their dead buried elsewhere and perhaps contribute to a ceme tery" fund, but it is equally true that some who are apt to be buried here when they die, have failed to .contribute; ,j T. axx or cr.mf: is. RATES. So. $ii 0 Count? o 10 00 County Pistrkt oScea S 00 Tie above rates mere adopted by the 3t- iasippi Fran A-MuciAlion, Hid Tile SixtUiece 04f!ti a Beuikir. No nam wilt be ta BtMinoed tii.W tbe eeh it paid Cm-sum. FOB DISTRICT ATTOHXIT. j We are authorised to announce Hon. E. H. RATCLIFF as a candidate for IHstrirt Attar-! aey for this the Sixth Judicial District, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR STATE SE5AT08. We are authorized to announce Hon. W. F.LOVE a a candidate for State Senator, from the counties of Amive ami Wilkinson, subject to tha action of th Democratic party. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. We are authorised to announce W. DOUG. CAULFEILD at a candidate for Representa tive in the State Legislature, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wa are authorised to announce THOMAS P. STREET as a candidate Kir Representative in the State Legislature, subject to the action of tha Democratic party. We ire authorised to announce CH .VULES H. KEITH as a candidate tor Representative in the Stat Legislature, subject to th action of the Democratic party. We are authorised to announce J. W. IIOFF as a candidate for Representative in the State' Legislature, subj it to the action of the Dem ocratic party. FOB SHERIFF. We arc authorized to announce CllAS. E. DAVIS, Sr, as a candidate for Sheriffof Amit county, subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. We are authorized to announce JOHN B. TL'KNII'SKKD at a candidate for Sheriff of Amite county, subject to the action of th Democratic party. AVe are authorized to announce POLK TALDEhT as a candidate for Sheriff of Amite county, subject to the action of tho Democratic Partv. FOR CHANCERY CLEUK. We are authorized to announce Henry M. BATES as a candidate for re-election to the office of Chancery Clerk of Amite count f, j subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR CIRCUIT CLEUK. We are authorised to announce Nolan S. McLean as a candidate fot re-election to the office, of Circuit Clerk of Amite County, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR TREASURER. We nre authorized to announce DEWITT C. FELDER as a candidate tor the office oi Treasurer of Amite county, subject to the ao- tion of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce HOWELL W. ANDERS na a candidate for tho office of Treasurer of Amite county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announeo A. BRADLEY as a candidate for the office of Treasurer of Amite county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are Authorized to announce CHAS. II. OOKDON as a candidate for the office of Treaimrer of Amite county, subject to the Democratic party. FOR AS6ESSOR AVe aro authorized to announce tho name of P. A. GREEN, Sr, as a candidate for the office of Assessor of Amile county, subject to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce K. L BUTLER at a candidate for the office of Assessor of Amite county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. We arc authorized to announce O. IIINE3 SHARP as a candidate for Assessor of Amito county, subject to the action of tho Demo cratic party. We are authorized to announce AVm. H. AVEBB as a candidate for re-election as As - lessor of Amite county, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT. We are authorized to announce GEO. A. McGEHEE as a candidate for re-election as Superintendent Public Education of Amite county, subject to the action of tho Demo cratic party. FOR SUPERVISOR. AVe are authorized to announce FLOA'D W. STRATTON as a candidnto for Super visor from this the First District of Amite county subject to tho action of tho Demo cratic party., We are authorized to announce T. F. FORD as a candidate for Supervisor from this tho First District of Amite county, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR CONSTABLE. We are authorized to announce C. A. Neilson at a onndiduto for re-election to the office of Constable, in the First Distrlut of Amite county subject to tho action of the Democratic party. NOTICE. Having secured the sen ices of Mr. J. J.TValls, I am now prepared to do all BLACKSMITH I WOODWORK with neatness and dispatch. HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY. "Also will make Coffixs, when ordered. . ' Satisfaction Guaranteed Prices to suit the times. J. A. BEARD, Jr., June 14,'95. Liberty, Miss "M1 j 111 it If ill. LlCEIilT, HISS. DEALER IN 'I CLOTILUTG, Groceries, SHOES, NOTIONS, HITS, T I 5 W A S E, Furniture, Stationery, C'rtM-kery.UlHStware, Saddler I'ERFUMERY, JEWELRY, TOBACCO, Cle. All of which will be sold &t the very lowest prices. "Quick Saj.eb akd Small Prof its" is my motto. Mar. 8, 1S95. 1 1 Bill. FOX BUILDING, LIBERTY, MISS. dealer;in DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, DOOTS AXD SHOES HARDWARE, Hals and Caps, GLASSWARE, STATIONERY, TOBACCO, CIGARS, Etc. "Low Prices and Fair Dealing" ia our motto. C V.LL AND SK.E February 1st, ISO 4. C. A. NEILSON, Main Street, Xjitoerty, Miss. DEALER IN STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES, CANITED GOODS, FaUIT8, FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO, CONFECTIONERIES, Etc. December 14, '94. DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE FAST TRAINS MOBILE A OHIO RAILROAD Shortest and quickest line to all points North and South, Mobile, St. Louie, Chicago, Omaha, and Florida points. Connecting with Mobile Steamship lineg for South Florida, Havanna, and other West India port, Mexico, Central and South America. CHEAP HOMES. Mobile And Ohio Railroad Offers for sale 500,000 acres of land along its line in Alabama and Mis sissippi, excellent for grazing, stock raising, fruit growing and truck farming, etc. For maps and further particulars write to E. E. POSEY, Gen'l Passenger Agent Mobile, Ai.a. Notice for Publication. Ld Omci at Jackbos, Miss, 1 May 20th, 1895. NOTICE is hereby given thst the follow ing named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support oi his claim, and that said prool will be made before the Circuit Clerk of Amit countv, at Liberty, Miss., on July 6th, 1895, vii: jerry Carter ot OJllsbure, Mibs., H. R No. 21WO. ior ine ( ni ceo. ifj, i i a , tl 6 m. lit names the follciving witnesses to nnrre his continuous residence npon.and cuitira- t)on ot said land. v: 1. W. Wall, D.J. Wall, Penlamin Zesgler, William Stewart. an oi uuisourg r. u., Amita to,, Mm. POSUiT E.. WILSOir, Register. Plantation sife i UrJlii.ii i 1 1 1 1 t U Hi V iLUJ V I V. . IJ Liberty, Mis;. DEALERS IK CLOTHING, NOTIONS, Millinerr Goods, PLimuox srrrLiEs, Tobacco and Groceries. We have a complete Drog De partment, neatly fitted up, which is in charge of a REGISTERED PHARMACIST. GIVE XJ H A. TRIAL, February 20, 1SS5. A . J . Lazar, FOX BUILDIXG, LIBEETY, MISS DKALKE IH Dry Goods, OROCEKIES, Hats, Boots, Shoes, CAisrisrEia GOODS, Toba,eco,Cigar,etc. All of which will be told at the lowest prices for the cask. Give mo a oall. January 1th, 1890. P. K. Baxwta. Mas. Famhii Baawia 1. m mm i n LIBERTY, MISS. DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, OROCERIE3 BOOTS and SHOES, CROCKERY nd TINWARE, 1'IUABS AND TOBACCO, CANNED UOODS, Etc Will also keep on hand a full as sortment of Millinery, LADIES WEAR, TRIMMINGS, A.ND NOTIONS, Patronage solicited. Call at our kkw store and gel bargains. (Feb. lat, '94 ) J. M. Nunnery, DRUGGIST, LIBERTY, MISS DiAUaa in - DRUGS, MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICELS, FANCY GOODS, STATIONERY, &c. November 28, 1890. L. B. ROBINSON, President. E. B. ROBINSON, Cashier. THU Bat ot Gloster, GLOSTER, MISS. Money loaned at reasona ble rates. All kinds of Warrants bought and sold. We so!icit Deposits, 'rota f 1 00 upward. December 26, 1890. Dr. TICIIEJOivS ANTISEPTIC HEALS WO IX DS WITHOUT INFLAMMATIOX ' It Cool, Sooths and Heals WITHOUT PAIN Curea Colic too, in MAXT OH BEAGT, 60cts., it your Druggiats. Vi eut foT imitstinns -"Woods ara fu I ot Dee. 1V9 ms. 1 I I0BA purrly rrfe'.iLie. j J i,t t - Cure. U"w..i t .:.: yea wia u in c ale. Ycuf yi'.r.a w,U ten f rt : U;. k jr.-tr :l ci ev cr -; e. .-! . t.-'.u'.tly cura U: t.S-.o la". .".!.; l'nce il per t 1 j cr 3 L- x-s j- iX. Kr ia:a I v u.i cr -.s i r price. SEND tlX r u L l..- 1 1 1 let and praol tree. ktit Luiv cat of tus Pi :s ri a r:.r F.urils ChemicaJ sr J 11 ! Co, LC-'"f iMai Sun I ha tuea a U. Brt.u I. Iist sm.ktd UXmn to t"i.iT r .'ti -k".;,.' r t?ii c-". -- sieoted, until hit phyi.. 'a tV us louif u i at Wast. 1 tried ti.e so-ou.isi -Km.ry Cum," "Nu-li"ii." without sumsi, auui I atxiA cut. r nxrurd of r -n v-i --. I cniiBnced iisuig y.mr p'T)niu ii, aiia r 1 ci i.. .r n -ia j'r!a health, ai4 in eon b ia cra i 1"; r t, :. !. appreciates, has coniy.rtc! U A ms. 1 ci .-tf jyur 't cam luiir recotomroi a. Vuurs very tnuy. NEW ADVEBTIfcEESTS. oor means so much more tlian you imagine serious and i fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected. Don t play with Mature 8 greatest gift health. If yrq ar, feTf"f out ot sorts, wens nd tnH s haustni. hwrvoHfl, hsv no petiia i nd can't work. iwi?ia at onruft-mgtheRKMlelia-bt strnt thiii!f medicina.wirh i J arown'a troa Bit-1 left. A l bot- J cornea front IN very Hirst dost if WM't tTH Mr link, aud It's pleasant la Uk. It Cures Dyspepala, Kidney and Liver Neuralgia, Troubles, f Constipation, Bad Blood f Malaria, Nervous ailments 4 Women's complaints. Cmt nnlw th. .nm.iti. Il fca. wnua.l rut f tinea on the wrapper. AU Olivers are sub- l atttutet. Un receipt of two k. atampt wa i will send set of Ts'i Beattttful WerM'a , i Fair Views and book Ires. j BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, Ma 1 ssti! llilntt.i'il, nliil ml I'Alt.M Utlii at 'C!kI1 to (oi MOHERAIE I'l.l-S luir nm?n Is 'litwiite the l) H, I'.-iKMtl (iHiiv. and wn fun ob :iin I'nii'nimn le.w tirm Ihiin those rtm-il' Irom WASH I SUTDX. SPllll MuDh.L, ilHAUlXd 01 J'llOW ot invention. We (idvife an In juiiem. aiillltr rrwnffliarsc nnit Tetnki' HI UlALUL l:.vifc '.t test s yU' Viu.n. Fur circular, fiilviiv, ti'mm sr.'l reffrerrc. lo srtmtl cllcnis in vmir own sijtt. t:nuiiiy, ( iiy f t Ot)KHt I'atct4 1'JicC, 11 n.Ainstoa, D J When eubw rlijlnir tor a newspaper !t tho lost. The T.iuea-Detoojrat, ot New Oiloaas Dally and Weekly. It hat Uu largtd circulation. aSEXJYTHESX if- 'tt.WW' MOST WOODWORK 9 aH t'' . i UMtASE, THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. Sand TEN oenta to ?R Union Sq., M. V., for our prize game, " Blind Luck," ont1 win Wow Home Sowing Mnchlne. The New HomeSewing Machine Co, ORANGE, MASS. m, U.L. 0105'V-.,'. CA1. klmv.?' FOR SALE BY um.t BATES & ROBINSON, ' LIBERTY, MISS. 1 aw ' caveATS.TRADEKarks;'" j copyrights. v raj I OBTAIN A PATRKT f For a prorort aniwer and an Brnitml opinion, write m 11 1 N N A ( II., who have burl narlr SUy ysre OKMrteni In the parent auiiiripfts. f orcmaritoft. tlona vrtetlT eonlWrnitlat. A llaadnank of In. JormJoo mniieniina; l'atenta and how to ob. tain ttipin sent free. Alsna entfltogoaof nausaa. leal ana KUeMlflo book, ent free. Patents taken thron,li Munn Cn. reeetew frenialBotieelntho M-lentlflo Amerlren, and ttina are brnucht wtitnle before he puhiiowlth. Ont noirt to the trrrmrfrir. Thte eit.nitiij pr.er. leaned weektj, elmrantlr tllnntrated, tuu br fr ttia larveet ctrcuUtlna of any scientific work ta Uta wiT"?;..''. r,"r' !mt" coni sent free. Building tuition monthly, li.&ua y-r. Siwie fr,J,,,Mi,''i'e. Ferymnutr contntns been, tiful plains, In eolons ana nliotnwi ui.ln of nrw lioilee. wif b titans, enahMn hnltni-ra to Khnw tha tatoat rtimii, end eeenre eontraets. Atdfea MUNa o, t rona, 3l Buoauwat. Xcurnfile Vi-hoh, Ani tiione troiiMt-d with nerToufnea rprnltlna rem cure or overwork will be telisved bftakii Jirowu's Jron J.'f.Vr. j..;. v, its ti4 fflsrtniic.-w-.d.-iiJ iiaa .,-' In Jr la ibk . :Bidms Iron : Bitters Oil F li n I! ! ill r2 " If vv7 is . :i a r 6i i V 1) ni4 - ; p . i : . n - ' s ; . l A '. - .Y, i V - r i, i r . j NEW A L v r i"i ' ' (til 11 Lj w ... UU Ir J uj ii L ,a w its TELEORArme bervic:: COVERS TUB! WORLD, ITS MARKET KEroltTS A' UNEQUALED. lla Bureau at Jacktoa, Si -., " ducted br that eiiorUo4 irw' ', Kilgar 8. 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