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. Ij s lit ; pr'.y c( tbia cccctyj (tm y rot a to bite ; -h btf U'S occupied tLe , ; i i'JjJ, tbe Erasiiun 3 c -iskir-g far information !;rcU)UU of tht Mon--e. Cornmeicit! Herald. 7 ioh Gtirttt mvs Ball tote lot didn't Needharo. L r ir'! in turwl, kt it swll v. - -3 f -r one in Ibis county, ',1m sy not Need, yet seems .. y ct. Ji.k r.-rfd'.ty, tb souiiute for Tit4rf r, and Peter Green, nomi r.t fvsr Assessor, stand on an equal iUcg niil, each having reeied lit iiat ote 334. Eeb lost a kg ia the Confederata army. Tfct work of the postoilke id j r:tcr, ho baa been "spotting" j tbt lrtttr carriers ia tbt fret de livery ofSicet throughout tht coun try, continues to bear fruit. First AsistatH Postmaster Gener-f Jones hi nt order to the postmaster at Indians polis, Toledo and Syra cust, N. Y., to tut pend or discbarge a cumber of carritrt on charge of loifing and inttmperanct. LittlaKock, Ark., July 25.-S.iin Cottou and Eugent Ilinman, the two young men who left Mount Vernon, 111., July 2ht, on a wager that they cou!d rough it, penniless to tbt City of Mexico by October 1 were in this city to-day, having coma from Bird't Poiut, Mo., in a box car. They paid for their ac commodation! at tht Capitolilotel by blacking boots, and continued tbeir journey this evening. The negro brute, Johnson, it ho killed two white girls in Perry coun ty and desperately wounded their mother, Mrs. llartfield, while her husband was away from home, was captured after a long and exciting chase, and after making a full con fession of the crimes, was permit ted to choose between hanging and being shot to death. He choose tht latter and in the twinkling of an eye bit body was pierced by hun dreds of bullets from weapons fired by the citizens of the community. Gazette. The fictional firet which have blazed so high inMaryland all died out, before the convention met Wednesday. The hatchet was buri ed and no scalps taken, which is always the way in thai beatific State., In the high art of Political compromise and conciliation Sena tor Gorman is Past Grsnd Master. It is given out that his man will be Governor, and that the National administration and the 1892 plat form will be strongly indorsed. The platform will also indorse sound money and oppose free silver. So eaya the Washington Post, which is Senator Gorman's champion. Vicksburg Commercial Herald. Io response to requests from the V. S. Consul at Panama and the 'ew York officers of the Panama railroad, Secretary Herbert has ordered a ship to Panama. There are two sources from which trouble is feared. There is a labor strike now on band, and Ecuador is said to be about to invade Colombia, which gives the United States the right to maintain free communi cation over the Panama railroad whenever Colombia fails to do so. Of course Secretary Herbert's in structions have not been made public, but it is almost cettain that tbey include keeping of the Panama railroad open, as well as protecting American .interests in general. I desire to correct one of the ma licious reports in circulation con cerning me in all counties that I have visited and perhaps through out the entire state: that I am sev-cnty-six ytarj of age, and there fore too old to run for the office. I was born March 1st, 1834, and am therefore in my sixty-second year, a fact that could have been ascertained by reference to the Volume of Miiaeissippi biographies published a few years ago. I refer such methods to the judgment of a .lir-minded public. The fatigue of the canvass has c . i.-rUsed nie and I aui now under ore of the doctor, but hope to be ..'..:. io l it the othtr comities bt ' ' !,t i . ! :;!. n uieeU. Yours truly, i J t ic r r i '.a to f it tl e N rf (ilf'lvll, ws a ond.;i.n n'rary to qoli:r'ivn to tot at lie ii:ir.iriri which party had a peifect rtht to improve ! up-'rt it mrmbrr-liiji. It t a! im!!e r entirely wiibin the scpe i.f it? authority and riu'.it . A man, claiming to be a tlrinocrat, who wo.ilJ ttfue to ciii !y wi'b so jnst and reasonable a rcquirtment would thereby tortrit his claim to be a dtiuotrat, and place bimsei! in position to afliHale wi'.h the Popuiites. Heneedrd a vtry flimsy excuse to make the charge. The rxpectation on the part of the Pu!itP, at the late Democratic primaries, that for their cause uany democrats would desert the party I J dt dining to vote, was nut realiz ed to any appreciable extent, aud the result of the vote was to them a sort dh-appoiutiner.t. No demo crat stayed away from the polls for any reason that miht be attribu table to sach a motive. There ap peared to be no dUaffectiuu in the Democratic ranks, as the result bowed a wonderful dtg:ee if inter est, amounting aliuoit to enthusi asm. Some democrats in certain localities, it was stated by populists, wert diMli$Ged with the reso lution, becaust it tought to restrict tbt liberty of tht voter to an un reasonable and unjustifiable extent, and savored dictation and op pression. At the result proved, tht wih was only father to thought, and disappointment, bitter and sad, followed as a matter of cause. The populists, at their late primary, failed to poll as many votes as they did in tht Congressional election last year, when Hathorn received 373 votes against S41 polled this year. The result of the primary last Saturday, showing a total vote of 81 1 against 331 last year, shows that there is no defection in the Democratic party of Amite county, but on the contrary strong adhesion and increased fidelity to Democratic principles. The truth is patent on the face of the political situation to-day, that the Democratic party has not only maintained its politic al integrity and power, but is still a controlling factor in the politics of the country. On the other hand, notwithstanding the loud boasting and vaunted strength of the so called People's party, and of its ability and purpose to clean out the court-house ring in November, the party has been growing "smaller by degrees and beautifully less," until its inability to carry out its threats has become so palpably notorious as to render their boast ing vapid and ridiculous. They should not forget thai the "Ring" which they would have us believe is corrupt, and the positions and emoluments of which they long to fill and enjoy, is made of "genuine stuff," and the material of which it is composed is sound, solid, honest metal, that gives out the true ring of fidelity and efficiency, and that, in the late primary, the people put upon it the seal of their hearty ap probation, proclaiming to the world the verdict of "Well done, good and faithful servants." Our lVashington Letter. Washisctos, July 26, 1805. SecretaryCarlisle told the Louisi ana Senators and Representative Meyer, who called to see him to protest against the right of the Comptroller to decide whether the money appropriated by Congress to pay sugar bounties should be withheld, that he had no authority over the Comptroller, not even the power of removal, which is vested in the President alone. The Louisi- anians argued that the Comptroller had no legal authority to question the constitutionality of an act of Congress; that he was merely charg ed with the construction of the laws as he found them, and that if be bad the power claimed be would be paramount to Congress. Secre tary Carlisle said it was true that the Comptroller might by the arbi trary exercise of hisaulhority great ly embarrass the government, but be coutd see no present remedy. Congress had conferred this great authority upon the Comptroller, and the Secretary of the Treasury had no right to question bis acts. The President, of course, could re move a Comptroller, but he could not direct or review his acts. Tbere seems little doubt that Comptroller Bowler has the law on bis side, al though the right to construe the constitutionality of acts of Congress appropriating money has not been jt-v '".I J" t-.n i r. ..tf ' t'i.- ii ya Le it tur i.ig 1 !jt v. in tins t f the d-v.n ot eC . -t f A p pea's t f be District . f LYi-Jit-lia, that tie S-j'sr tours' thai arguments be presented show J "b -ys in gray" suffered sc-h a de the cnrtitutiooa'.';ty of ibe act! feat at the hands cf the "boys in .f the lat Cor. cress appropriating njjiiey f,.r su;ar bounties before be approves ti e r.ivmei.1 oi ary rooriej i u:u!er th ! act. At"; st 7th has been i set for the hearing of the aru men'.!", ana, ss more i..au so.wv.vw is at stake an imposing array of lepsl talent is expected to take part. The rrcret is cut. Mr. P.n jaiuin Harrison need not pretend that be i not an Mil and out candidate for hat nomination any longer. There .. ... .1 ... t.1 iv are people iuWasbingtnn w ho have seen letters from Col. John C. New directing bow eertain wires shonld he pulled in order to increase Mr. llarrison't chances, it has leaked out that a near relative nf "Lige" Uaiford, who used to be Mr. Harri son's private Secretary, is quietly running a Harrison literary bureau in Washington It is ridiculous to : say that these thirg are being done without the knowledge or consent of Mr. Harrison. Col. New managed bis last canvass and is as near to being in bis confidence as he ever allows anybody to get. Men w ho are known to be working for Harrison are not the sort to be wasting their time without an ex plicit understanding. Among these men are ex-SenatorSewell, of N. J , and Senator Elkins, of W.Va. Mr. Harrison wants that nomination and be is going to do bis kvtl best to ee it. Ex-Senator Wade Hampton, cf South Carolina, now KailroadCom uiissioner, says he was misrepre sented by theSoulheru paper which quoted him at staling that he had personal knowledge of President Cleveland's intention tube a candi date for a third term. Speaking of this matter Gen. Hampton said: "I believe I did say that if the diffurent parties took to splitting up and a half dozen candidates took the field a lot of the conservative goldbug democrats would want to run President Cleveland for a third term and that a big per cent, among tho republicans would heartily join them. As a matter of fact, I hav'n' j grandcur they surpass anything l! the slightest reason for believing have ever gct.n, I noticed ibe rain from anything President Cleveland b vT in a clou j yVer against the ever said or did that he is or will ' be a candidate Tor a third term. Un . in d(,td (ui,ijme. The famous the other hand, I have no idea that j Shenandoah valley is aloo very line, he is thinking about it or would !ti,Q clouds, mountains and volley consent to run for another nomi- j making a scene of surpassing lovtli nation." This whole third term I nvii aj heauty. flurry, which has lately taken j At 7:20a.m., Thursday, wc reach new life, is based upon mis repn--' tiJe j,lice known as Harper's Ferry, sentations. which in most cases j jt win he remembered that the in have been intentionally made by j gUrreotionist John Brown, with enemies of President Cleveland, 1 twenty sympathizers, surprised and which have been spread and added to by editors who find that a more congenial subject than a dis cussion of the live issues of the day. While all things are possible, ! t1B Spt. To relieve the monotony there is not the slightest probabili-j ot- trttVl,i our j,arty frequently en ty that President Cleveland's name j g3ge J j,, otjal conversation, and will go before the next democratic) Sollieti,utg onc Would relate some V . : ., l --,ii,, o-iii, National convention, cither with .... or without his consent. At the Nation's Capital. Editor Herald Your readers will remember a promise I made to write up some things seen and heard during my visit to Washing ton City in May, where I went to attend the meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention. My excuse for the delay is, other pressing duties have claimed my time. I will begin now, however, with your permission, a series of letters, which 'I hope will be of interest even at this late hour. I will speak first of the route, scenery, etc.; second of the Convention; third of the capital city, government depart ments, etc. I started from Osyka, on thel.C. R. R., Tuesday, May 7. Between this point and Jackson I was joined by Revs. I Allmand, W P Price, R H Purser, J E T.iigpen and I II Anding. At Jackson we changed cars, going via Meridian, Birming ham and Chattanooga. Our com pany increased all along, some delegates from Texas coming this way. Leaving Jackson at 7 p m. we arrived at Birmingham, the city oT iron and coal, about daylight the next morning. This is indeed a city of foundries. The great machinery, the red-hot furnaces, etc., show great business-life and activity. From Birmingham to Chattanooga we go tip a very pretty valley, alongside of a mountain range, for perhaps 75 or 100 miles. At the foot of the mountains are little farms and little homes. I say little, because the farms are only patches aud the houses are very small. The kud teems to be quite e f. - -. v i? s; -r "... e z . had risen t a krii ttr. litre, a'r I. x Vout c.uu'.i'.iia, f resr'y LAO the faia.'U ikrTt, a ICfrS,' nr. i:.e late Li the blue." T.ev. L. Da", of Clinton,! ills , who was in the battle, says me i ai, s"fs goi m or.u u.u wm : he could see the w hites of their eye snd further, that on that oc casion he verified the Scripture which sjy "Ye did run well."' I was on this nmuutain two year 3Sl,i E' i' g UP ,n l1 wonderful ' ir. cUt.e plana" on the cable car. Here one can tee iuto seven States, the greatest oitai,ce teis g ICOuiilet j ibe Cumberland Gap iu Kentucky. Here, also, are beautiful oak groves, large hotels, springs, etc. But I did r.ot start out to speak specially of Lockout mountain. Wt travel ed neatly all of Wednesday in Tennessee, reaching Urn Virgiuia line at 6 p.m. North-east Tennes see is a pretty country, very hilly reeky, but seemingly quite fertile, as the fine wheat fields showed, li is surprising to see what bills they cultivate in Tennessee. Some of them are so steep and high that it does not look like a person could stand on them, much lest to work But the farms art very pretty, al most like so many gardens. We also passed through several tunnels, i somt of them being quite long Our route lay through Greenville aud Johnson City, Teno., the former having been the home ol W. G. Brownlow, who replied to jtbe "Great Iron Wheel," written by the late Dr. J. R. Graves; aud the latter the home of A. J. John son, who, as vice-president, suc ceeded Abraham Lincoln as Presi dent of the United States. It' U said that Mr. Johnson was kicked out wf a hotel in Knoxville, Teun., about the beginning of the war on account of bit strong Union prin ciples. At the town of Bristol we enter I Virginia, and here our watches are 1 0iie hour too slow, ns we now pass ; into what is known as eastern time j And hero we get a fine view for ! U)it,3 0f i,e beautiful Blue : rt:,l,re mountains. For beauty and mountains, and the reflection was an(j tuok the U. S. arsenal here in 1S9, Brown, however, was captur ed, found guilty of treason and hanged. A small monument marks .i t , amusing incident or anecdote. I , Vw. ...... - will iriva viinr ri'Milrra nnii tucked ! e J i up on the way, as it may be a new explanation of a mystery. It is as ! follows: Two darkies were once discussing the wonderful woikings of the telegraph. One said to the other "I don't understand dis ting, how one man can sit down in Jackson and talk to another in New Orleans. The other replied -'Well, Bill, I does understand it 'zaclly. It it just un de principle of a big dog dat would reach all de way from Jackson to NewOrleans you pull his tail in Jackson, an be, bark in New Orleaus; or if you turn dat dog round and pull his tail in New Orleans, he bark in Jack An." Not knowing whether any of the Herald's readers have ever heard of this new explanation of the telegraph, I thougt it might be well to give it. After crossing at Harper's Ferry, the train runs along the river for many miles. Following the river is a canal, some thirty or forty fett wide, in which I noticed a number of boats drawn by two and some times three small mules. At 9:30 a. m., Thursday, we reach our destination, tired, smoky and sleepy. As the train pulls into the depot, the conductor comes to the door and shouts "Washington, change cars for Baltimore. Phila delphia and New York." One of our company, raising his smoky, sleepy eyes, said "I believe I wiM make out with this little trip." We are met at the depot by Capt. Fred Beall, formerly of Mississippi, who conduots us around and assists us in Drocurinff rooms, etc. After a good bath, ia which soap is the cbie't requisite, we are off for the r - ;, i : . . ? : tLe I . : c .-A . ii 1' i tt. Nft wetk I ,.t jvak .. the Convention, s'lrr that i f tht great city and iu W'liidt-rs. T. C FcKILUNii. Toia lVtca IaJotvd. fbe follow ing expressions Lave a p!i',ical significance that needs no . luicrpreiauun. ini iae j'jncu . has parallels in Mississippi as our readers will probably recognize: "Senator WaLh made a regular Populists speech at Gritlin. He used the very same argumect which he denounced Mr. Watson tor usiog less than two years ag-. tit said tht financial question was of more vital importance to the people than any other. When Wat son told him tbit two years ago be insisted it wat not so, but that it was tht 'robber tariff. 'He said that Georg'a and the South bad been blessed by bounti ful harvests, and yet the people were suffering and in dire affliction and discontent, because of the con tracting financial policy of the fed eral government. "Again, laid he, they tell us thai money is plentiful, but where was it? It is concentrated in the hands of a few, those who toil not, neith er do they spin.' Again he said lha. 'industrial lethargy prevailed everywhere, that labor tramped the country in enforced idleness vainly searching for work ' "Now, when Mr. Watson and the Populists pointed out more than two j years ago the rapid concentration of money in the hands of a few under a ruinous ontrarting policy, and that the idle and avaricious reaped ' the benefits of the toil of labor, and the produtiog classes, stagnation and falling prices, they were de nounced by Mr.WaUh as 'arraying the poor against the rich, anb stir ring up strife.' We do not mention this to condemn Mr. Walsh for the change, for we are glad to see that he is cwninj; slowly to the truth." Augusta Trihune(Populite ) The Fight. Dallas Texas, July 23.-TU final settling Upon Dallas as the placo for the big fight was the theme nf ell tongues to day. It was not determined definitely until nearly midnight. Stuart could not resist the pressure and yielded to it. Galveston, aside from being "an j anchor to windward," was never in it. That anchor is still there, but there is now no doubt at nil about the fight coming off n Dallas on the morning of October 31. 1S95. The contract for the coliseum will he let and work begins on it as soon as material begins to arrive from the east Texas saw mills. There is not enough lumber in town to build it and hence one or two saw mills will have to be call ed into service. The Florida Ath letic Club to-day received a letter from a New Yoik bank president for seata for a parly of twenty Wall street operators, another letter i. . r . r. r .. t r ... I...-., .. r askeu lor lmv seins iur iiieiiioers oi , , . , , I I in I lil-airit Kiifirfl nf 1 rililu Why Not Help t'nba. The New York sun draws a par n I lei 1 between the situation in Cuba and that which existed in the Aim-r- j icun colonies when our revolution started. It will be recollected that when we whipped Burgoyne the French became convinced that the Ameri cans, if aided, would conquer their independence. So France first se cretly eVadcJ the rules ol interna tional law by allowing our priva teers to use her seaports and later sent us money, men and war-ships. The Cubans are fighting for free dom, just as the colonies were, and like them they have shown that with till)-ly aid they can win. When they complete the organiza tion of their provisional govern ment wt should recognize them as beligerants, even if we do not ac. knowledge their independence. Atlanta Constitution. Kenneth Bazemore had the good fortune to receive a small bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DiarrhoeaRemedy when three mem bers of his family were sick with dysentery. This ono small bottle cured them all and be had some left which he gave toGeo. W. Baker, a prominent merchant of the place, Lewiston, N. C, and it cured him of the same complaint. When troubled with dysentery, diarrhoea, colic or cholera morbus, give this remedy a trial and you will be more than pleased with the result. The praise that naturally follows its introduction and use has made it very, popular. 25 and 50c bottles for sale by all druggists. , I e t - ' IpcneJ ur.s.i tr.e L .tifA --t, iafe'jnt rf th- fj't that 'he S'ate I cjnvention will be in session on the ! d iv pr'iT'naltv set lor lut reuwu.u. arid furthermore to avoid conflict-1 ing with the camp meeting at Glos-j ItT. i liC UiCII, 51 nv l an; y - - j so worked np over the election, aud ; so intensely interested in the cam-. pjign. that they have entirely neg lected the reunion, and we suppose somecf thpin for;ot it altogether, j Had the original date been adhered to the reuniou would have been al most a failure. As it is, we now have time to gt up something nice. In fact, the ball has already been put in motion. That noble old vet. Col. T. R. Slockdale, has consented to deliver an address, and there will probably benther addresses made. We will also endeavor to havt a brass band, and all other things that g' to make a reunion success ful. There havt been picnics all over the county during the pa-t few months, but L berty hat had none. We want the people to get together now, let politics be eschewed for the time being, everybody bring a well-filled ba.-ket and hate a veri table love feast on the 15th. Second Primary Election. Magnolia Gazotte Unofficial re turns from the second primary elec tion held Saturday last, indicate that Mr. Gall in received the nomi nation for treasurer, aud Trof. Lee for superintended of education, by handsome majorities. Mr. P. X. Simmons was nominated supervi sor in the first district; Mr. Robert Andrews in the fourth, and Mr. Van F. Coney in the fifth. We have not beard who were the sue cessful cnjulidulrs for justice f)f the peace and constable in the districts whore nominations were not made in tho first primary. The executive committee will meet here to mor row and count the vote, and full reports of the same will appear in our next issue. As Whitworth withdrew nf course Ball was nomi nated for sheriff. My boy was taken with a disease resembling bloody flux. The first thing I thought of was Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Two closes of it settled ilia matter and cured him sound and well. I heartily, recommend this remedy to all persons suffer ing from a like complaint. 1 will answer any inquiries regarding it when stamp is inclosed. I refer to a:iy county official as to my relia. bility. Win. Roach, J. P., Primroy, Campbell Co , Tcnn. For sale by iill druggists. When moving into our prcsiii' home 1 found a bottle of Chamber lain's Pain Balm left by a former tenant. On the label I found the .-talement that it was good for cuts and burns. I can testify to the truth of this. Nothing in all my experience has found its equal for tieating blisters r burns. F. E. Barrett, manager Li Suetit Sentinel. LeSucur, Minn. Pain Balm is also a sure cure for rheumatism. For sale by all druggists. . In order to introduce Chamber lain's Cou'h Remedy here we sold several dozen bottles ou strict guarantee and have found every bottle did good service. We- dnve used it ourselves and think it su perior to any other. W. I. Mowrey, Jarvisvillc, W. Ya. For sale by all druggists. - Dou't Stop Tobacco. HOW TO CURE YOURSELF WHILE UijINO IT. The tobacco habit grows on a man until his net votis system is se riously affected, impairing health, comfort and happiness. To quil suddenly is too severe a shock to the system, as tobacco, to an invet erate user, becomes a stimulant that his system is continually craving. 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Send six two cent stamps tor samnle box. booklet and proofs free: Eureka Chemical & Manufac (urine Comt ny,- Manufacturing Chemists, La crosse, v isconsin. (Mention this paper when writing to advertisers.) F. A. 3IcLu. ATTCr.NEY-A7-I.AW. C.LiiiTKB, M:j . a;j cjvil matters, in the Courts tt p;r rt Oiliee at McLain Hou-e. -J3 MILL. L PiRSOXS, j At tome y- at -Law, GLOSTEK, MISS. Will practice ia the vuru of AinlU in& J;oimn; couiitio, in both civil triivriiivnal oto, and ia the Supreme Court. Ciut in the rear of RatelitT ilru;-lore. Sept. 2L 3T, Eslray Ss&es. On Pule Divi Ox, ukkmt 8 ur 9 yar oU, with wall while tpecks un h.4 bark in bit flanks, mrnkeii with crop in right uitl dicure iovhi in th Ifft ur, with long horn -. AppniK-4 ni J10 00 ty J C Ka..hiiig ami The ahovo Jescribi i etra v wat taken up by t:pencer JLioru and trved by hiu before J U rKnuiii, a Ju.'.ict ot th- JrWv within n i for Aiuito tountv, anj Statu ol jlisfU. ippi, May liitU, lSL'i. One Ksl and "Whits SpUed IWi-r, ulki.it three year old, m inted with p!l in ri;ht rr. Appraised at 5 00 by C Fjub gml C L Four.. The above described otmy wtu taken up bv D W Fenn and strayrd by him btir li Ih'fiuikri, Coroner aud ex-rtiuu Kanr itliiu find fur Amito county, State of afj.-tis-4dpi, Juno l.t, 1KJ5. One White and Red Spotted Cnw, mur'kisl crop aud piit in ri;;ht ami tw.dlnw fork iu loll ear, about t) year old. Appntiwd at a 00 by Ikjiinio mith and ri f dmiih. Tlie abova d.ncniK'vl otruv wo taken up by AV P Smith, aud trad by him bt tire K. Uothnait, Coroner " and ei-oiBoij Hunger iu ur.d for Amite county, StaW of Mis.iMiippi, Jun 20ih, IdOo. Ouo K."l Oi, with blaze In tho fjea. about Sveim old, marked with .luootli crop in th lelt and two splitt in right ear. Appried at 15 00 by O L ll.lilm and C A Aaron. Th above described Ei ray woj takm up bv Si C SUUiL'S and itrayed by him before W K. Jacob, a Jurtiee iif thu'Peau within snd ( r Amite cvuntv, Ktat of iliisUippi. July lllh, im. One Rod aud White Spotted Sunr, uVjut 4 M rnld, no mark or brand. AppraUud tit 3 00 by Bo Tobias and W. Kouiusoi. Tiio ubove described ejtr.iv win taken up by J. M Nunnery and i roved by him befolo u. Uutt'inuu, Coroner and' es-oiticio Hanger l i and lor Amite vuuntv, ijluluof itU.Usippi, July i lib, 1S93. " Tin; owner of the ubove diMeribod Eitrays re M.Uialed to ooiuu forward, prove prop ny, pav oiiaiM, and take thoui away, of .hoy will bcdoullwitb ast'e lawdirooti IU HOFFMAN, Coroiiur ar.i ltaiu;er ffotica for Publication. Li.NU Oll'ICK AT JaiRSOJ., iliSJ., July 2, f JOTICE i hurehv ;iven that the follow i iiiK-.iuiiud sctlfi r has tiled notice of hij intention to make tinnl proof in fiipport of ij i.i elaitn, and that said proof will he mad before the Circuit Clerk of Amite county, tit Liberty. Miss., on August l'Jih, tHM.'vizs K-iuiim K. Molilvieii. II. K. No. til-97, tor tho S W) N i. Sec 13. T. 1 N, 1!. (i K Ad iominjr fann to S F.l b K Sec 1J, and ' 1CJ Sec 1.1, T. 1 N.li. 0E. lie n ones the following witmnset'to prove bit conlimiom nshtunce upon totd v tilt i viition ol, laid hind, via: William llowu'.l M . Diiiiiel, Jam' j WesW Bi i, William Kiloy Ihiborn, llowoll MeDuniel, nil of Ujyk l'oatoliice, Pike county, Jli.j. KODiiuT WLLSy. Kttrder. Chancery Xoilw Tho State of .Mi.icisoijip1, ) Amite Couihv. j Tii U. llill.'r and AflVed lli'.lor, composing the firm of II. llillcr Jit nou roaid'jntj iif the Slato of .Mississippi, whoso pot oili.D ad lret U New Urlriins, Loiii-'iHim. ?OV AKU CUMMAN1)KI t uprxwr X before the Chnnccry Court of the county of Amitu, iu tuid State, on thu 2nd Monday in August, A. D. 1S9.1, at Utiles in tho Clerk's Office to dufmi l tho wit in said Court ot Hampton Swearingou mid Einjliiie Siioaringeii, whuroin you aro defendants. Uiren under inv hand and the Heal of sab I Court, tliii 2nd diiv of Julv, A. I). t(.j. "11. MBATFS. Clerk, -OF- MISSISSIPPI. . 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