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HE SOITIIEHX HERALD.
liberty. Mist.. Sorember 9,
gubecribe far The Herald.
- :
Tbs top crop of cotton is "a gont
Won skin."
Quite.
a nutnbrr of Gloster'
ciliien were visitors lo our town
on Mun Jay last.
1 "
- Two citizens uf our town taidthey
liw signs i an exceedingly light
mm - o
fok balurday nioruing
.v---
f have ami number of slate-
it--
njenUto our very dear delinquents.
tad we nope no guilty man will
attempt to escape.
The cool weather of Mondav
inhered In fall f ights.and if we can't
raite the quarantine we can at least
. ffnri. J. A. Naul visited his home
id' GIllsbYire last Saturday, re
turning Monday eve. He attend
ed tfce funeral of Mr. A. B. N il.
liiras Monday noon.
We regret to learn that Master
c . Pane nf Wiinrlvilla .' .
now visiting his grandmother. Mrs.
ttvM. Bates, Sr., is quite sick, but
knn K mill sunn rernver
117
. ,.,777 T 1
Sheriff X. B. furninseed requests,
- ,
ns to announce that the books are!
. f . ,, ,, J
00. ready for the collection of,
, n 1 1- u i
nv. -.. ... - - . - j will, A
cfpted;
It has come to our ears that there
mill be some noted people in atten-
it.nM An Ka Thunlrafri vi ntr .ni...
ym'eniYme.iti.med in our la.t isJu,"U0" ' " rmm
i);celebritie? rarely visit Liberty,
Lcdme'outand meetth.rn. '
I
I . , ,' ... ,' . . , .. 1
Mr. Hill, drummer for a house
iioMemiiTiis, was in our town strain
'tint week,, and enjoyrd another ,
loonnuni wun ineooys. lie likes ,
he sport, but diics not like falling
ivel barbed Sta fences,
For S.m.k The property known
o fr . . f , ... i
HheWarmgriotel, Liberty ,.Mtss., '
uiUlJe for store or dwelling. Live.
ry tbfe attached. For further in
,.ii .. , . i i. . . i
)Mhe attached. For further n. ;
filiation apply to
Mrs. A. L. Wakixu,
. Summit, Miss.
A siries of services will be held
pi (be Jlethodist church of Liberty,
lejjih'riiiig Suii'day next, Novetnbrr
'Ml 11 a. in. The pastor, Rev.
l.;i;'.Jililler, vill.be assisted bv
fc- M. ylm;l of rher,st
UlhuJisl clutch "n Gloster.
There was a good crowd in town
Way" last, it being the first
londay in November and the time
"Ihe'Hon.. Board of Sunervisor.
f meet, also for the bidding on the
Nracttobuildawall around the
Hi. wh ieh U'ds 1 ..I .. I f-t: i
'"on, in the sum of 250. to I,..
TOleted January 1st, 1898. '
Stirrday's rain seems to have been
"era! not only in Amit rnnntv
It thrfingiu,,,, ,ie count ry jt
f" mi in Liberty about four
Clock II. til. and pnntir.i.n-l 1
t l . """"""l, HilliUJl
'wow interruption, until after
"k.'. Monday wn a
fMvtlay, and there would doubt.
fWeenfroit Tuesday morn
fSlttd the weather faired ..tTenvtv
l0 during ile night. Wednes-
7 "Hirnmgthe mercury wan down
"l IMfit WHS I. entif.,1 ..
11 Pities reported thin ice.
I'' A. 15. Williams, a nrominem
frlPills,,ure. MiM", died
r"a,,aif,:;0'e(1(,killtne
J .Bfieran illness of nearlv
firm of Wilt; ... . ,
n. ."iiin, iiicnmonci
U.. -..i,i
. ' "a a most excellent
ri,,lW centlemfin 1. U':n: .
,, . ' - . I I . II llll. HIM
f "J JIason, Knight of Hon.
. member of the Board of
kit,,,- . .. - ""-8 oiiPgiiP
,d mil,X warm
J the surrounding cotthlry,
j aply mourn his death. A
, 'ihree children survive
He
f d Monday at noon,
Wi iiing n,nciat'ng-
Rev,
The
" (in.r,:
Z BlTV11381 Mi""' Wil.
s f5lai:ki;;, fr6Tbli,,g'
M7 hltik" 'or forgery,
S dwnslirs)and
S tVo tL IeUnd"ththewin.
3 tCd corndorup'8,airs-ii ie
SZ Ui Unt for 'hen the conniv
j urt HI nJ
i V, " "very week or two.
. prisoner is sentenced, to
! afi" enough
Vh . U., ,nhan and bar.
if.:
breakiDeiail.nd
h v
an-J-B- r
I J t 11 U1C 4.
-;gh, of Mr. f. E. Tetimn
lovable rnnnr. ..!,. ...
& '"UJ "ere milled in I
lue holy bund nf .n... u ..
residence of Mr.S. Hibbrrt, i MC.
Comb City, last Sunday, IUv. J.
M. Morse (dliciatinir TV,; , '
I &' "13 JJOJ)U-
l ir young couple stole quite a march
i"" their many friends in the above
I'xiance, ami while Ule ceremony
that linked their Jives together for
"real or woe was private, everv one
that knows th.ru will hope that
their future will be replttewithhoj.
pmess and prosperity. Th-v in
make their future home in McComb
City, where the Sektixel trusts
that peace, plenty and joy will ever
be attendant at their fireside -Sumrait
Sentinel.
Died:
Oct. 22 JS07. Mrs M Y Bethf, u ? "",ng fiJg W 0 Bra,
McNeil, wife of Dr. J C. McNeil I fh" diat- 1v lel to P C F'd
Mrs. McNeil had been an it;j
tor several years and Heath
doubt was a relief to her. She leavesl
daughters, a son. a
husband
j and lwo sistcrs to mourn her loss
tier remains Hern imu.,..,l .1
- uiMicu it in r
,am"y DUi" ground on Sunday at
1,1 . ,.,. T. "-""ujy
0. in. uiusier liecord.
t.. t.- :
-"i-n was a sister of Mrs
X. s. McLen
eaintrot,y, of tins place.
Thauksivinar Proclamation.
I v, j.uim,
president McKinley issued his . 100 1 B Turnipseed, convey
first Thanksgiving Day procla. j i"g prisoner to J. P.
!ra'1Ce "f (',ul's
!,'Ur'"s ,he I,HSt 'ear. wh
I K A 1 I . . r
brance (if Cod's rnnln... ... .. .
past year, whic h has1
been so abundant, 'Let us offer un
to Him our thanksgiving and pay
our vows unto th MUf n;..k
Under his watchful nrovidi n in
uuslry ha pn.spered.theconditions
of labor have been improved, the
rewards of the husbandman have
been increased and the comforts of I
our nonies niu tni iet . H g njiirhtv i
. . , . Iuht
our homes multiplied. Hi3 mighty
Z t ' . ' CU. e Prt"
k-tveu uie nai on. liesnecl lor aw
. . ... tl l r i,,W
liespi
ami ortler has been slreiigt hened, 1
love of free institutions chertshed.j
ami all sections of our beloved
country brought into closer bonds'
of fraternal regard and generous!
co-operation.
"For these great benefits it is!
our duty to praise the Lord in a I
spirit of humility and gratitudy,
id to
er up to Him our most
earnest suplication. That we may
acknowledM our obligation as ii
people to Him who has so gracious
lv granted material prosperity, I,
William McKinley, President tf
the United States, do hereby desig
nate and set apart Thursday, the
twenty.fi fth day of November, for
national thanksgiving and uraver.
which All of the people are invited
t observe with appopriate religious
services in iheir respective places of
worship. On this day of reioic ng
and domestic reunion our prayers
ascend to the Giver of every good
and perfect gill for the continuance
of His love and favor to us, that
our hearts may be filled with chari
ty and good will, and that we may
be ever worthy of His beneficent
concern.
"In witness whereof I have here
unto set mv hand and eanspd the
- "
seal of the United States to be j
allixed
(?eal.)
"Pone at the City of Washington,
this the twenty-ninih day of Octo
ber, in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and ninety
seven, and of the Independence of
the United States the one hundred
and twenty-second.
"William .McKinley.
"By the President:
"John Shkhmas, Secretary of
Siate."
l It. Bkkwkr. Mas. Kahxii Bkkhkk
tow & Co.
I) KALE IIS IN
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES
CROCKERY and TINWAUJf,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
BOOTS and SHOES,
Millinery,
LADIES WEAR,
NOTIONS,
ASP
TRIMMINGS. Patronage solicited.
Is. Fannie
Board of Supervisors.
CTiLV 'Ut:
I J'
I'l'. M lit
! V Y Stratton
Joe Lyme
t J J Format)
B U Westbrouk
T J Newman
J B Turnipseed, Sheriff
H M Bates, Clerk
Oeo. A McGehee, Co. Sup't Pub.
Ed., presented his monthly report,
whii-h was approved and order.riled.'
Kepairing Wells-creek bridge,
near Easifork church, dist. 4, let
to P P McCoy in the sum of 39 50
Rppairing of Little bridge east of
W'cillie'a old mill site and repairs
or Beaver creek bridge, west of
WeilUV old mill. dist. 3. Ut i..
A Uinsoo in the sum of $29 50.
! "c eum OI l- w
Building a wall around Pnnniv
ccordinS advertisem-nt let
u unison ana u Alc.NiehoI
in the sura of $2-50 00
Accounts allowed:
No. 90 D C Felder, lumber
for public road in dist. 1 $10 50
Ji I P McCoy, coffin and
other burialexpenses for
pauper 7 oo
9S E M Gillis, conveying
prisoner to jail f,Q
' J J' urmpseed, janitor, 3 50
court dist. 4
till T t
4 00
1 50
27 00
5 95
conveying
prisoner to jail
v l turnipseed, main.
tenance prisoners,
10.1 ChasCatroll, extra serv-
i es J. p. dist. 1
101 J II Jones, exira services
as J. P. dist. 1
10-5 Trustees Rosellill White
1A.1 f 1 r
school, building school
pv, Trustee Tu.di., p..i...i
nouse id dist. 2 200 (X)
S,.h . Z'..,
ctuuoi
I :.. l: .
house in dist. 1
25 00
10. Irustees Feldtr White
School, for build, school
home in dist. 1 100 00
108 Trustees Pinellill White
school, building school
house in dist. J 50 00
109 Dr. WR Kennedy, med.
attention to pauper . 9 50
110 Geo. A McGehee salary, 43 20
,,, n n ,, '
services to pauper 10 00
112 II N Street.Chiefllealih
Officer 88 60
Hoard adjourned.
Tuesday. Nov. 2nd. 1897. Board
..... .V , '
lies, an uie meuiuers present, ex-
i.rii i iic uy rue.
Report of F. G. Wren and Modie
Robinson, road commissioners, re
ceived as follows; A new road in
Distsict 1, commencing at public
road near R. M . Cox's house on east
side section line No. 1G runnins
along said line 1J miles on Cox and
Drummond neighborhood mad,
thence west J mile on to quarter
section line, thence alone said
quarter line H miles, thence run-
rung northwest about 300 yards,
thence to intersect an old road bed,
thence running in said old road bed
east bv Mi l .ain't htiiiuun i rv.
J ' ..WMPI 11 . Vl A
place) into road known as Avenue,
thence along said road one mile in
to Greensburg road between 3 and
4 mile board
Petition if W. L. R ibinson and
others to remove gates on road in
District 3, denied.
Petition of C. F. Everett et '.t
praying a new road in District 4,
commencing at E S Wilson's and
ending at Eldorado school house,
granted, and Hugh B." Butler and
J R. Bates appointed to lav out
said road.
Accounts allowed:
113 T S Cockerham, con-
veying prisoner to jail 1 10
111 Southern Herald, udv.
sealed prodosals 2 00
11") J WHinson,movir,gwell-
house and jail work . 10 7"
116 J B Turnipseed, filling
old well 16 5()
117 A H Webb, repairing
side walk
118 T McKnight, exlra, car
pet destroyed 8 00
119 II M Bates, making
copies assessment 100 00
120 do. do., copies railroad
121 " " issuing writs
122 F G Wren, laying out
road
123 ModfeRobinson, do. do.
124 C A Hinsen, rebuilding
a nn
,
1 00
2 00
1 00
bridge. 130 00
125 GainesBates, lumber for
culvert,
126 JBTumipseed, summon
ing witness,
127 JamesIIinson, nails and
mile board,
123 Ifaryey Welch, ertoria
5 73
1 00
1 10
Tool
120 DaviJXe man, building
bridge. 70 ()0
1J0 J M Williams, lumber
for bride
131 H M Bates, per diem
i;t2 JB Turnipseed, per diem
i 00
ojard adjourned.
F. W. Strattox, President.
Corporation taxes lor lS'JTare now
Jue, call on Chas. Carroll, Mayor,
and settle up. Damages will be ad
ded after December loth.
The meeting vf the Mississippi
Association is further postponej.
In the near future I wil giv notice
of the time and place that it will
meet. Respectfully.
E. A. Bates, Moderator.
Notice!
The State of Mississippi,
Aimie ouniy j
To whom it may concern:
.. viiworoi Amite
County, u mil Ju, the County z T "j!
1 M, and uhheiuf h 1. rtiu due the
m of Um-llundriKl 4 Stventy dollm.nd
(flVtin nniua ... k. 1 1 . .
V v .iviiriiiuer, (. LI. IMI(l
ll.lt. BATU-S, Countv Auditor.
Brid-es To Be Let.
BY ORDERS the Board of Su
prvisnrs of Amite County
Mi, the buiUinpof th following Brid'4
5J" 'r l" Jowt bidder, the "
HKbT M IN IIY IV lilvi'UUL.n
, , . i'nv&jiur.n1 1031.
i trie court uoum in tlj-; iown of Liberty,
nepatntig-Irayi bridge across
east prong of Amite river in Dist.
1 and 5.
Sn1'iflmitiina HI.. .1 . ... ...
tb.uioery Clerk, lor reference.
PACTS
AIJOUT OUR
IWSISKSSI
t' have beori mercliaiv
sing in our native countv
Pike, over 23 years.
e have four lanrc branch
stores located at Kentwood
La., Tylertown, Miss., Co
lumbia and Monticello, Miss,
We have from pur ston
100 miles of Telephone con
nections. ; . . :
AVe carry in stock a lanre
and complete line of Collins
and Burial llobe, and can
fill orders on short notice.
We have the 1 Sir-Tost alum
- - -..V,
and carrv a larwr utm.V r
. . " " :
Lo - no n nni. j; l
... j...cijjiiv7jitt iiuiini-
than any house on the I. C.
Railroad.
AVe buy wagons, buggies,
stoves, furniture, nails, fertil
izers, salt, flour, bran, rice
polish, seed oats, bagging and
ties, molasses barrels, each
in solid CAK LOAD lots.
Wc meet all legitimate
competition in any line of
goods.
We pay tip-top Cash prices
for Cotton and ask nothing
about trade.
We handle between twelve
and fifteen thousand bales oi
Cotton each season.
We want you to visit us,
it will pay you.
Respectfully,'
LamitqxMercax
tjli: Co., 5
MAGNOLIA, MI.S.
P. S. The Magnolia
Bank has jihuhj money
for CASH COTTOX.
KLONDIKE?
Every article needed in
outfitting for the Klon
dike, except Tea, Suga
and Collee, is manu
factured or produced at
TACOMA,
WARM
Theiefore Tacoma ofTt
CPt and Best Outfils. nut nn nH
vugau
Packe1 b? experienced Klondikers
j i . ' ,
Beinff at th hpad ,,f num,.ii
1 Ugi t bound all Alaska Pteaniers
start from Tacoma Vnt frp
nan irom lacoina. for tree maps
o ....wi..',, .in
and free Klondike informatinii
address
TACOMA CITIZENS' KLONDIKE
INFORMATION BUREAU,
912 Facific Avenue
TACOia wash
'V
assessmer.t,
F. A. McLain.
A TTO UN E Y - A T- L A W .
(jloster. Miss.
lOo! practice; his profession in
jail the Courts of Amite and ad
6 Ooi joining counties.
in vimi iioeriy on me ist, an
and 4th Monday of each month.
Office at McLain House.
Oct. 5, '93.
J. A. NAUL,
HI
;fj d t:.sse!!:r A li
fiiieta
LIBERTY. MISS.
OlSo upiUinj in Bate Building.
Vill prctice in all the Courts of Amite
and' adjoining counties, and in the Simrem
Court at Jackson. 20-8-97.
Chancery Xoticf.
The State of Mississippi,)
Amite County. J
Tn Uiitlil Anlwu. 1. 1 1.
- ... .IM . 'vuituvK, niio-
iwdent, postoraoe address unknown the
viruuaiu:
YOU ARE COMMANDED to appeal
before the Chancery Court ol the
county of Amite, in said State, on the
First Monday of Dec'ber.A.D. 1897,
to defend the suit in said court of I. T.
Anderson, wherein you ire a defeudsnt
(ivt Utlfla .no kK.I I .. t . 1
umiiu liu StUI III HHIU
Court, this 11th day of September, A. D. 18y7.
H. M. BATES, Clerk.
Chancorj- Notice.
The State of Mississippi,
To Mrs. Ells Bo??n, ind Charles Bogan,
Melissa Bofrgan, ViryieBouan, Arv Uifinu
and D. P. Boggan (luinors), and their mother
lla BoggiM, w hoM post-office address is
Clinton, Louii-iana, and Ed Boggan, whose
rosl-otfieo address is unknown, and Kleet
Boirexn, w hose post-offico addres is Wilson,
Louisiana, and Earnest Boggun. whose post
otfieo address is Jaekson, " LouUiana (and
Ella Boggan, mother ol said minor):
rOV ARE COMMANDED to appear
I before the Chancery Court of the wunly
of Amite, in said State.'on tho
1st Monday in DecemberA. D. 1897,
to dofond the suit in said Court of R. Hoff
man et l., w herein you are defendants.
Given under mv hand and the seal of said
Court, this 23rd day of September A. D. ltW.
H. M. BATES, Clerk
I
. t
It
WARING OLD HOTEL
LIBERTY, MISS.
DEALER IN
DRY GOODS.
(ittOCERiES,
BOOTS A.D SHOES
HARDWARE,
Hats and Caps,
ii LASS WARE, STATION Ell 1 ,
TOBACCO, CIGARS, Etc.
"Low Prices and Fair Dealing''
is our motto.
C.VI.L AND SKK
February 1st, 18!M.
J. M. N minor v.'
DRUGGIST,
LIBERTY, MISS
DlMJtK IN
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
TOIIiET AltTIt'EI.N,
FANCY GOODS,
STATIONERY, Ac.
N'ovember28. 1800.
A . J . L a z ii v ,
FOX BUILDING!
LIBERTY MISS
DEALER 15
Dry Goods,
UKOCAIItlEN,
flats, Boots, Hhoca,
CANNED GOODS,
Tobacco. Ciar.tc,
EtlRSI" TIIRETS
via the
ItAILROAD
to the
TENNESSFF
r" CENTENNI AL
and
International Exposition
AT
NASHVILLE.
For thn nhnvn tuotAnn tiL-at. ;ii u
sold bv tho Ytzoo A M
rut uniME unm, rave una MnilU. im: hidm.'
ticket on lo diU p.od to return until
Moycmher7, and including tickcU havinc
limit of twenty days, fiftooii days and seven
dVf; in till,.'n Tues lays andTh
unjfj iiki iii-.ii on 1 ues lays ana rtitirsd:ijs
r n..K . .1. 1;...:. r i.
, . . "iHwn nays, f or
Particulars as to which of the above, ap-
pl,ei fr?m noarCTt Rlroad Station in
connection with tho Yazoo & Mnwinsippl
-anuj iwiniun'i, inn nn or aaaress your
nanniii ani'ivuJ T:, ,1..4 1 1
np;irft ritilrond Ti(lroi A.mni
WM. MURRAY, DlV. ra. Aa nt. N. O.,
JNO. A.bOJTT.Diy,Pasi.Aftei"i. Memrfiis.
A.II.HAN60!.o.r.A., W.A.Kiti-ND..o.r.ap
nirjign. Iumaville.
ww.rnaci, iuiwis, Intligcstlcn and
" WiilUW.?"J IROBf tJITTF.R".
f chto q'jiikl' Ynr ule su esjert ll
illIU,
nnr
C-1. HATES.
LIBERTY, MISS,
DEALER IN
oijothhvo,
GROCERIES,
SHOES, NOTIONS,
HITS,
T I S W A R X,
Furniture, Stationery
:rM-kcrr,UlaMware,NttJdler)
PKliKUJIERY, JEWELRY,
TOBACCO, Clr.
All ol which will be 6ohl at
the very lowest prices.
"Quick Sales and Small Pjof-
its" is my motto.
Mar. 8. 1895.
Hi,
Liberty, Miss.
DEALERS IN
CLOTHING,
NOTIONS,
Millinery Goods,
PLANTATIOX SliPPLIES,
Tobacco and Groceries.
We have a complete Drug De
partment, nently fitted up, which
U in charge of a
REGISTERED I'll A RM ACLST.
(i I V K US .V X K 1 A L
Kcl.rufiry 20. 18!),").
OrUOBrNSOXI'r"!-"'!.
E. 1$. ROBINSON, Vice President.
N. B. MuLEAN. Cashier.
THE
GI.OSTKH, MISN.
Money loaued at reasona
ble rates.
All kinds ol
Warrants
bought and Hold.
"We solicit Deposits, froiii
$1 00 upward.
St'plember26. 1890.
RIPA-NS
The modern stand
ard Family Medi
cine : Cures the
common every-day
ills of humanity.
BUTLER BUILDING,
LIBEItTY, MISS,
DEALER IN
c 1?. ri n th tp two
Fruits and Candies.
lllif
Ml,
Plnntofinn
Swlies, piaiitfi
TTT II
WRflinersmr Hrns
M fl Gloster
oiys mo a can, snd be convmced.
QtfeV.er 16, S mc's,
rocmercLl ZaM
Th Daily and Weekly Ccm.
mtkc:ai Hikald. frinteiat "u k.
Lure. :. 1h Z)iy U Ik .
ir.g pper in the State, and tnkft
ll.e full Affociated I'retfl'hpsiihe
over its own leased wires by a
feci operator.
Terms of the IDally:
Yl year -. . . f
, aBoathM, . . 4 (H
S Bionlat, . . X6
I HaUi, , : . 75
The Weekl ia istnu.l sin
Friday, and ii a cotnpreheruir
refiew of all important tveoti cull.
ed from lhaStalaand &itror.a1;an
papers up to the timt of foirtj to
Dress.
Terms ofth.eWeicJy
1 year, . . . 91
montba, . B
3 anealka, . . ti
Iartritblf ia airuce.
The Weekly with the Ksw York
World's Great Tri-Weekly tditioa
II 50 per yesr for the two pspsrs.
cample copies of the Daily er
Weekly Commercisl Herald or
Tri-Wtekly World sei.t on appli.
cation. Aildress. ' v ,
CODIEKCIAL HERALi?
TICISBUE0.iaS3.
TIHE BEST
'EW8PM
IE 80UTB.
ITS TELEGRAPHIC SEItVIfE 1 !
COVERS TUB WORLD. -
ITS MARKET KErOUTS ABS
UNEgUALED.
Its' Dureia at Jackson. Jliss., co.'
ducted 'bj that experieDced Jouroslisl.
Kdfar H. Wilson, who tnata ininsf ' .
tiall all qiiesliona relntlug to Mluia
sippi a do Mississippiaos artrj daj la
th jir, bai. In Uie laoguag of tl
Mississippi presa, "made tbt J'lrajras
Indispensable to Miisiasipptaai."
'J'b l'lcajunt reachca and eross
Mississippi on all trunk llnea tbt very
da; of Its publication.
Mississippi this year boldt Its Brat
ffpnural lilinn unlr tba nmm Mn
tltutloa. All State, County and District
oncen, includini a Legisiatura, wblra
will Id January,. ltjUO, cbooso a United
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