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The Southern herald. (Liberty, Miss.) 1866-current, November 22, 1895, Image 3

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Ifyi a nih ceat and sutatanlial
fen tcidt-r, iib pn "ihrown ia,''
If yon want dr good inspect
Hi id. of Bale & Robiwon and
joa iJI know where to buy.
Call on R. D. Van Norman fjr
ccione, Vienna tacesge, sardines,
d'.z.t brand condensed milk, tod
12 ouser canned frnorl.
A nice MortmeDt of ladies bats,
drtss gurdi sod trimmings, kid
gloves tod side-combs jost re
ceived Mr. Fnnie Brewer & Co.
Tbe paint ia being applieJ to the
rt'iiJenc oi Col Galtney, and the
family will be "at borne" to their
frieud not later than theChristmai
tide.
W nndertland that lumber ha
been contracted for in sufficient
quantities to erect two mora sub
stantial buildings in Librrty.Wbote
next?
R. D. Van Nuiman will receive
to-day one barrel cf applet, several
banrhr of bananas, (me ciate of
cabbage, sausage ia oil, and other
article.
Preaching ia the Baptist church
of thia place, by Elder R.J. Stewart",
Saturday and Sunday next, at 11
o'clock a. ra. All are cordially in
vited to attend.
Misees Mary Webb and Sibyl
Stralton have returned from the At
lanta Expedition, highly pleated
and thoroughly delighted with the
trip and their instructive visit.
Tbe taxes of the town of Liberty
art due and roust be paid "by the
15th day of December, 1895. Call
cn Mayor Carroll and settle.
F. W. STRATTOjr,
Clf rk ot Board.
Many thankt to the following
named parties for cash favors in
the last few days: D N Causey. F
Q Wren, Edmund Spears, R B
Wilkinson, W Y Wilkinson, J 8
Reynolds,
Messrs. Frank Weathersby and
Floyd Stralton again visited Gl
tar last Sunday. We wonder what
all thia buftinesa means. Go ahead
though. We wen't bave another
word to sav.
See the ad. of Mr. A. J. Lazar in
reference to Riverside Plaids
at
five and one-half cents per yard
Mr. Laxar, like quite a number of
our merchants, is beginning to sp
prectate printer's ink
Born on Tuesday evening, Nov
19, 1895, to Mr. and Mr. P. A
Green, Jr., a bouncing baby girl
weigbtaboul lOpound. Tbe young
couple ere receiving tbe oongratu
lations of many friends, who wish
the dainty lady a long life of bappi
ness and usefulness.
- Notice.
To the people of Liberty and
surround) ug country:
I will be in Liberty from the 18th
to tbe 21th inet., and solicit your
patronage. Terms, cash and satis
faction guaranteed. Respectfully,
II. E. Spescer, D. D. S
Glotter, Mi., Nov. 11,95.
Tea Dollars for Nine.
I will give a discount of 10 per
cent, on all jewelry and other goods
ordered from my catalogue from
this date untilDecember 15th, where
bill amounts to $10 or more. If you
bave no price list one will be fur
niEbed you on application. Address
' " A. Wiileb & Co.;
- Cincinnati, Ohio
Messrs. T. H and Russ Dixon,
and 8. A. O'Neal, aold about twenty
' nice horses at auction, in Liberty,
last Saturday. They went cheap,
and, as well a we could judge,
were good horses. Liberty seems
to be good market for stock,
quite number have been sold here
of late. While these western hoi ses
may not be the best in tbe world,
do one can kick at the price, and
they tre certainly far superior to
tbe Texas ponies.
Mr. C. A. Post, a very estimable
gentleman, representing The Na-
tsocil Cabinet Co , ie in our vicini
ty, tailing one of the most complete
tflides we ever saw. We believe
it it called a "kitchen cabinet." Il
U about 8 feet high, 2J feet wide,
and from a foot to IS inches deep.
Ualds 60 lbs of flour, 25 lbs tneal,
ssveral pound of coffee, a quantity
tf r'ce and sugar, has compartments
f ? t'-.a diSerent spices, has a coffee
" a'Uched, contains a pastry and
i closet, is made of enamelled
U up complete. Price? 12 SO.
Vi ei;r.r5k-y i..-.-.s. were c-r?;.. r
eat- sa-rri-; j wren they c . x.t i
open !?'r t.T Vt'e J.'Jt rzi
wi m.-jj u.e tl j 11 la I S'; Jf
it. Tbe would-be barg'ar hs J bore
ten bi lei, J inches in diarceter-in
tbe abutter of the tail front windo
d rectly over aa iron bar that fa-
tecs the shutters aod holds tbern
together. The work was'probablv
done with a brace and bit, which
appeara to have been dull, as onlv
six of the holes penetrated the shut
ter, which is of a tolerable thick
nesi. The holes were bored one
above tbe other, and several iochre
apart, from right to lett. An effrt
waa mad to cut the piece out be
tween these holes, but enough had
not been bored and the guilty gem
waa probably frightened away 'ere
hia object was accomplished. Had
he succeeded in making the open
ing it would bave been an easy
matter to bave removed the bar and
raised the sash. There are some
matks on the outside of the shut
tern, probably made with a knife
during the day, to indicate where
the boring should be done. These
marks could have been easily mad.
by someone sitting, unobserved, on
lbs etairwey, which is built up the
outer wall, "along-side-of" the wiu
d jw, as it were.
Hon. . H. Eatcliff.
of Amite county, was almost unani
mously indorsed by tbe voters
fike county for the office of Dietric
Attorney, and thna it should be
for in the whole district there could;
not be found an sttorney bette
qualified ior the position. He rank
among the ablest attorney in tht
state, and is one of the solid Demo
crats nr. N-uth MuMfsippi. Th.
law breaker who cornea before hin
ill be forced to employ the be?
council ior ii lakes sucn council t
follow him through the technical
ties oi modern law. He ia what
we might term an "Up to dale
attorney." We might fill up sever
al columns telling of bis many eoo
qualities, but it is not necessary,
for he is too well known to tbe
people of his district. McComl
City Enterprise.
Married:
Near Easlfbrk, al the home of th
"lauirr, nr. u. u Kewman.
ovxvev V.H.mne,atl2o'clockm
oveooeruth,1895, Mr D.W. Ely
io miss minjih Newman.
May the happy couple find theii
hymeneal pathway strewn with
never withering rosea and mav
boundles joy be their lot.
While we extend these our eon-
graduations we at the asm tim
expres our beet thanks for a share
of wedding-cake received
So Does a Porous Plaster,
but none of them draw
bargains in
Calico
11 kill Hs
at the unrivalled store of the
WE ARE LdYLYG IT ACROSS
S a. ?? !& M -U1XV
ALL COMPETITORS
In Price, Style, Variety, Quantity and Oimlirv. Wa ,
more than 15,000 yards of Calicoes.
We have several thousand yards of fancy Dress Pat
terns which are being sold marvelously cheap.
vv e awo nave a targe lot of nicely selected Flannels.
The neatest dressed ladies in this section
are wearing our handsome Patterns.
We are bound to sell these goods, not because we are
, "STUCK"
On Dress Goods, but bee 111 A A Jill fhta Iflrlisoa will Ka fkA
they inspect our cheap and pretty stock.
BATES & ROBINSON,
Liberty, Miss
iiiTi;.., j..--:ls .-n, tr. j v .J f
"uncle Ike'' are tear the frrks cf.
'.he river er.j.'yirg a camp fcuct and '
!h. We wish them lack. .
.mm
'The wind and tne raia are ove
calm is the naoa cf the dy," b
we wiu s;ir tr.mgj cp long enoi:g
to state that Adams county went
entirely Democratic for the first
lime aioce the war. Mr Pol Eat
cliff, a former citizen cf Amite couo
ty, wa elected Assessor over a Re
publican opponent by a large vote
Croup is a terror toy oung mother
To poet them concerning the first
symptom, and trentmeot ia tb
object of this item. Thefiratindi
eaiiou of croup is hoarseness. In
child who ia subject to croup it may
be taken as a lure aign of tbe ap
proach of an attack. Followin
;hia hoarseness is a peculiar, rough
cough. If Chamberlain' Cough
remedy is given as toon as thee ild
becomes boari or even after th
rough cough haa appeared il will
prevent the attack. It haa never
been known to fail. 25 and 50 cent
bottlea for sale by all druggists,
"Troon
TEE BEST
HDWAFEB
53 TIE MTU.
ITS TELEORAmiC SERVICE
COVERS TUB WORLD.
ITS UAKKET RKrOUTS ARB
UN Kg U A LEO.
ita Burcaa at J action. Mm., con
ducted bj Ibat eipcrivocrd journalist,
Kdgar 8. Wilson, who tnala lupar
Ually all qiimkaa relating to Himw
Ippl aod MiMiaiptana ererj dar la
tbe year, haa. In the laBgtiai of I ho
Mississippi praaa, "made the Flcajniw
Indisptnaabla to Miasiaalpptaoa."
The I'leajuD reaches and emaara
Mississippi on all trtiuk llnaa tbe verjr
dar at iia publication.
Missisnlppi tbia rear bokla Ita flrst
general election under the new con
stitution. All State, County and District
'iffloere, Including a Legislature, which
will in January. 18UU, choose a UultH
Kiatea Senator, are to be elected. The
Campaign will be a memorable on.
The Picayune, In addition to Its Bureau
at the Capital, has an Intelligent cor
respondent at every prominent point
In Mississippi. No Item of aewa will
escape rt.
Get tbe News, all the News; and get
It fresh.
Head the Picayune.
TEEMS OF 8UBSOBIPTI03fi
ona rasa.
Daily and Sandav, On Tear $12.00
nnday, 24 to 32 pses, . . 2.00
Weekly, 16 pages, Issued
Thnrslav Verning . . 1.00
UICH0LS0N 4 00., Proprietors,
Row Orleasis, Lsu
undersigned, and as usual
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oxaOxixio'ci,
(jKOCEIULS
SHOES, SOTI0X8,
HATS.
Furniture, Stationery.
t'rex'kerr.tilautaware.Siitfdler)
I'ERFUMEUY, JEWELRY,
TOBACCO. Tie
All oi wmcn Will 1)0 60lU kt
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the very lowest prices.
"Quick Sales akd Smau rror-
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Mar. 8, ISM.
1 A. 1MB.
FOX BUILDING,
LIBERTY, MISS.
DEALER IS
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
BOOTS AID SHOES
HARDWARE,
Hats and Caps,
GLASSWARE, STATIONERY,
TOBACCO, CIGARS, Etc.
'Low Prices and Fair Dealing"
is our motto.
CALL AISD WICK
February 1st, 1S94. "
C. A. NEILSON.
Main Street,
Ialberty, Miss.
DEALER IN
STAPLE & FANCY 6R0CERIES,
CASHED GOODS, FSUIT3,
1XE t'lUAES AND TOBACCO,
CONFECTIONERIES, Etc.
December 14, D-l.
NOTICE.
Having secured the services
of Mr. J. J.'WALii; I am how
prepared to do all
BLACKSMITH
WOODWORK
with neatness and dispatch.
HORSESHOEING
A SPECIALTY.
Also will niako Coffins,
when ordered.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
rices to suit the times.
J. A. BEARD, Jr.,
June 14, '95. Liberty, Miss
U. P. BUCKLEY,
8 Camp St, New Orleans,
WATCHMAKER,
f- aa.lsTsa f-
SUTer War ail Ipeetsxies.
StTTTJ1 rt f WsltkM BrpstttW.
Jw;rt msil. t ds. IMsmnnda mat
la th Dswsi str). AU at iMiBb(
ns sivd fallT r-''
i full lino of Walts Watcbx
at Inweot nstos. .
Plantation
ma
fvlirnary 2, 19,
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Why pay other
and one-half cents per yard fur f
1 l n t i ,
urana oi piams, y.lien A. J. I
of Liberty, will sell you the
identical article (the best rar.d) i, r
one cent per yard less. No oth:v!.:
dealer can retail this grade atranie!:
flgnre. Why? Because Lazar pur-l '
cnasea ten ualesjust before the ad
yance, and can therefore sell at less
than present wholesale price.
A i ,
jy good grade
per y d. Other goods in proportion.
Call on
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fr"""S'-S'f sw4 SB Bnot oi.uiioa. srrh. Ia
wvrmnam m mm ttnl Au -m. i a.v a.
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y'"" 'nM.lt KmiamuA A llk.k at In.
lornwi.ia srannua falonts sJ -. to e-
Fou ium tknmii in os Co. nmtT
erwetu atmm m tbt M. i.silne A m.rir... .,,4
"".it, wmmij inntr.!fl. bm St la
" rmilstiua 81 SJ1 scimit.M oo.l Im
tmr'ii. a.l
ft. S TW. aSBiplS SopiMSMlllkM.
poKMes, w?ta plans, enalihiis hmhirs to hfw tu.
iw. m wiurs, sna pnoi tmynt f 1
)YE KEEP TUNED
ism
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AND ARE MAKING THINGS HUM.
'Come jine in de chorus!"
The tone of the market is good, and wo keep in the lead
We have pitched the price of
and competitors must dance to
jJSTNoTE what wo say! We
by selling goods at bed rock figures.
We bought Furniture in car loads.
We are going to down the high-price merchants because
our prices lead and therefore beat all competition.
FLOUR $4. Bacon 7 1-2 cts.
We've got FIRE BRICK best English and Lime.
We sell Buggies and Wagons.
We've got piles of Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Dry Goods, etc.,
which were bought before the advance, and purchasers will
get the benefit of the lowest prices.
We ve got above nil things a record for selling goods at
closer figures than all competitors and paying more for cot
ton. We are going to buy 2500 bales of cotton this season
if money will get it.
T. C. Simmons & Co.,
Magnolia. Miss.
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Kisgr
EVtRY MACHINS FULLY CUWWD.
WoriARCH
f actory ana f-lala C.Hce: Lak
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SPEEDY, HANDSOnn. Y V
Viiyr liny ; yfy (.
ot Domestic o ets.
A. J. LAZAR.
A.J. Lazar,
. tox enxtnro
LIB2KTY, L'151
VIXlll IS
Dry Coeds,
GKOCX3ILS,
Hats, Boots, Shoes,
I
CANNED OOOX53,
Tobacco, C!ar.te.
UP FOR BUSINESS
Everybody sings our praises.
Cotton to the hiirhest notch
our music.
have struck the key-xote
cf Eicyclcs.
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All UrAi c
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We solicit D
fl 00 spward.
SeplerubtrCS. IS'.'
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toots tzi ri:z
CROCKERY and TlSV.'.U.::
.CIG.ir.3 AXDTC-n.t'(
CANNKO QOQVS, l.'.c.
Will also keep on hri;i a f..
sort men t of
Millin
ery
LADIES tVAH,
Nonona,
Palronsge )',!,;;. !.
Call at our kew itpre
BinaAiss. (Ftl. I,;.
J. 31. Wimnei-y.
DRUGGIST,
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DKUGS, MEDICINE",
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FANCY GOODS,
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