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ID IVUT SATLKDAT BT COMPACT FF1CE BULES. iou oxt. dcs or svBscBimoK; y on yaar, is advaae, tO y aix moots, in advance fcO BVU TWO. BS OP ADVEHTI8ISO-. t Advertising. One i om f5ertlon, I150 "jae iertion iLY, rSif-TABLY AND I U Ay xix A y v v Ny I n, Ottra GREENVILLE, WASHINGTON CO., MISS., SA-TUItlVY, SEPT. O, 14. VOL. 7m 1 1 Kn. r.ea' Eealtij Wtrk. YBAX,J BATES: S J OCCPIKD, i tares.... . . Column REFUGE SALOON. ladlaawoiu uain. Ti.. Arrinair PnlnL Til . W "J BW0' u.lD. a eordof wood, dtr- M Laree Two Story Building, gtng ne boh.i or potatoe. miik- I D ' I .-- w.nv mWB Mmrinr ten tuba of water, and dolor a WMhlng of MULBEBKI dTJUSET, URDU TO! Rsfca OA R::3. i.kow SOLICIT the FUXLIC rATtSSiCS Can r.tuttMu.n so u 73 125 h TtMPuUr Advertisements ipald at the beginning- of aarter. I RULE FOUR. Sdltorlal Notices, except Wcompanlng the first Inaer i an advertaement, will be 1 SO cenU per line; Obltua- same. Simple announce- of death or marrtagea free. L ..- . who wlah to indulge in i termed "personal notice," reaulred to pay In accoro- kth the nature of their art! HOKE IT THB BEST uqcoxs KEPT. FRESH YDoor ALWAYS Ob HAND. ..-'. I. I8ENEERO. f CANDI- RULE FIVE. YOB AHKOUXCIRU DATES: ate and District Offices, S20 ountv Offices:........... f nfflw. ................. o RULE BIX. nn from tranaient customers I or written, for Job work, ad- ilng, or aubaerlptlon, mutt be apanled by the Ch to odwiu tlon. List ml Cart Terms. Act to tranafer the counties of nii .tin mnnu uwiu venth (11) to the twelfth (12) liclal Dlatriet. and the county i .... (mm th twelfth 1 12) r"r,.v:,h rin Judicial Die: ct and to fix the time for hoi- lg 1110 VllVUlw UIW atrlot. . W 2. Be It further enacted, niMiiitnourtaof the Elev- f Judicial Dlatriet shall be hoi rnnd continue for the times ai jinafter stated, aliould (lie busl I of the Court so long require. l n.a mnnlv of llollvar com Lino n tha nrst Monday of ah and September and continue I ve Judicial days.- f i the county of Washington menolng on the third Monday larcn ano Bepiemoer. uu mr i twentv-ur Judicial day. b the county of Iaaaauena oom Ct.. mi th Mventn Monday (r the flrat Monday in March and itember, and continue twelve p the eounvy oi ouuuww w holng on the ninth Monday after I first Monday In March and tember, and continue six Iclal days. . . h the county of Leflore, com being on th eleventh Monday jr the flrat Monday In March and rtember, and continue twelve icialday. . n the county of Leflore, commen- on elevenin flionaay aiier mi unla In March and BeD- ber, and continue twelve Judl- days. pproved March 25, 1S74. ' PBATT'0 Southern-Made Gin. Prioe, t4 per Caw. Tl.la eelebraUd Gin. of light irft mikH a mod aanmle. Dicks more llul irom ine aanie uwhm vi aeed cotton, and In leas lime, than anv other gin. It doea not break the roll nor ehoke, la simple In Ita construction, and not liable to get out of order. It la a good rale to try an wing, and hold faat to what baa been ap proved, and answers tne purpose for which It I made. Thla la claim ed for Pratt' Gin, mud la admitted by practical planters wno nave tried It. . ; Orders for Ulna, from www aawa, own nanas at new iora factory prices, ana complete imn Segment, Band. c promptly flUd Oins repaired by m kilffuf Gin- wrignt. Aaoresa O. W. TRCEHE ART, . ten dosen piece, incidentally men tioned being tried. Mr.Jipearead to her from a newspaper: "I be lieve that nothing would tend so effectually to gtt rid of tbeae crea tions of wearineas, and that over stimulation oT the emotions, aa a fair ahare of healthy work directed toward a definite object." Juat here a can of Royal baking powder track htm In the abdomen. Fol lowing this earns a atove lid, three pancake, a rotten tomato, salt cellar, bowl or buttermilk, and all thedouch for Thursday' baking. It was evident abeeonsidered her lord a definite object," and the fair ahare of work directed toward him waa a little healthier than he would have desired. Since the war one of the great affliction of society haa been the vast number of gentlemen bearing military titles. The land since then haa swarmed with captaius, majors, colonels, generals. Brigkam Utt Decline. CormpMukonof th Krv York Sua. Salt Lake City, Aug. 8. It is evident that the personal influence of Brigham Young over his followers i waning. Of late Thai he seems cast down, lie walks number was almost as great as the rank and file of the great armies that "Were in the field during the continuance of actual hostilities. Manifestly there waa something wrong. It waa hard to sea how there could have been found em ever swung a pies or starteu a country graveyard before break fast with pistol and bowie-knife. The immense amount of ore mined at this point tfud in adjoining can ons will keep trains running lively when the road is in operation. There is no doubt that the road ought to be built; but the ques tion is whether Johuuy will be able to raise the necessary fuuds. about the gardens of the Lion House and the almost deserted ti thing establishments in irritable mood, and between him and some of his once' trusted leaders there la welling up a gulf of estrange ment. Some who have been his ninvmant for so manv officers of most faithful subject are desert r., - . , whoever beard or one since tne LcnnlTiiMf. JuItU. We feel it lucumbent upon us to give our reader some explanation I of the rigorous measure which ha Agent for Daniel Pratt Gin Com-1 pany, no. iv toun street, myM MEMPHIS, TKNK. IMFORTANTtolNSURERS. A WOBD TO THE WIBE. The following Is the official Hat of ALL the Fire Insurance Com panies authorised by law to tran sient business In the State of Mis sissippi : Planters' insurance company oi Miss, Planters Insurance Company of Memphis, Tenn. Liverpool and London and Globe. Franklin of Philadelphia. Pa. Pheonlx of Brooklyn, New York. Home or new YorR. Virginia Fire and Marine of Rich mond, va. - Contracts made In this State with I the Agent or pretended Agents of Pnhaat immttahloa a aa In ltafcjt wlatlai. uvaava nvj fs iva uaa w ass use ww v iuw tkiu of the lawa of tbe State and absolutely null and void. In case of loaa the Insured I at the mercy of the company, and by the deci sion of tli State and Federal Courts without remedy. - B. W. FERGUSON, may 16. . In. Agent. Caps atojr Wart. By tight aqueeslng our fat lady got into a bathing robe that waa ready to burst at every step. Lit tle husband girded about hi body a woolen garment that fitted like a ahlrt on a kill-deer. Down they go, bold as a couple of whales, to tbe water, but Just at the ocean's edge, Pany suddenly halted, looked with we on the furious billows, and then Into the face of his determin ed wife. On her countenance were the worde. "Come on." On hie trembling llpaablvered the sounds, "Ob, no I" The specimen of di minutive husbandry feared to risk his limited portion of flesh and bone in the dashing foam. t"You aball go in," said tbs fat woman. "1 won't," said skinny, at the asm time making frantie efforts to tscj way; down hs goes In sand aeratohlng wets than a Kilkenny eat. Down drops th blgwooan on terrified bones. Taesand flew, Its kleked, man screamed, yet, Ip aplte of all, tha mammoth, wife gathered, her 100 pound of furlou aweetness In the ar.na, walked complacently Into "the . blggeat breakers, and kersouse shf landed hlnvJiead&remoat Into the aea, arid aa he popped Hp to the surface half-strangled, she pressed him to her bosom, saying, "Now, honey that's what you came all the way from Wilmington to enjoy." ' surrender at 'Appomattox? Evi dently the surrender must have promoted them togother with all the privates, for no one can be found who will answer to anything less than captain, and tbey are far less numerous than colonels or even majors, nun incso com ments Roundabout wishes to an nounce the arrival of a title which had almost become extinct, that of Deacon. Meeting a friend the other day, and wishing to make sure of him, he addressed him as Colonel. "Sir." said he, "call me not Colonel ; call me Deacon, for hare not heard that title for twenty years." Good Times amonq the low ly." Why, you're a now comer, aren't you T haven't seen you be fore." we remarked to a lad or about twelve years as he was giv ing na a shlde on Tuesday. "Yes, sir; alnt bin here before, but took it in this trip lots of coal here, dr." " Yas, whore are yotf from?" "Oh. I'm on my summer trip. rm from New York always take a fun out of town in the summer; done it for, oh, I dunno how long. Like the country for a while.'! ff Well, are you having a good time?" "Having a good tfmc? you bet i Chancry District; continues 6 lays In Tunica, 6 In Coahoma, 0 i Bolivar and 12 in Washington: Monday (5th) January, Tunica " (12th) " Coahoma " (10th) " Bolivar " (28th) " Washington i Monday, (8th) April, Tunica " (13th) " Coahoma ii i ii (aoth) (27th) Monday (6 th) I (18th) " (20th) (27th) " Bolivar ".Washington Tunica Coahoma " Bolivar " Washington July, Tkree Letts For Life. COMPLETE DubuqM Herald, Anrual IS, One of the inaet thrilling adven ture (the moat thrilling lu lte.f, and probably fatal In' Its results) which haa ever been experienced In this land of mlneralthola man traps, occurred on Bucisy about one mile West of Asbury chapel On ButMaymnrnlnif;" James IStns-4 ley, a youth of alxteen years, visit ing hi Uncle Joseph, about a mile west of the chapel above mention ed, rode the horse off to water, 4Bt j ajjjaja ataL I 1 vut lvuo veiv uuira via v w in vers SlGVO Tin-SisCll ! the house about 8 o'clock iu tiia uiuruiug. i u noun panaou Monday (Oth) October, Tunica V " (13th) " Coahoma " (20st) "' Bolivar - (27th) " Waalngton bhancery Court will be held in aquena County, 14th Dlatriet, i 4th Mondays after 4th Mon rs of January, April, July and vember. rhe terms of the Supreme Court l commence on the Sd Mondays April and October, fhe Town Council meets regular ihe lat Tuesday of each month. r w A large and select stock of HTOYES, COOKING AND OTHER. and alt manner of Tin-Ware. Conor, Tli A Steet-Iroi Worker, and dealer In CZiim A C0CZE3 E707Z1 Now on band aud kept by II. E. WETHEkBEE. PUMPS OF VARIOUS KINDS. PARTICULAR attention nald to all kind of JOS WORK. Guttering put up In any portioi of the county. Order execute promptly, and aatlafaction guaran teed. Washington Avenue and MnlberrySt. an3,'74 GREENVILLE. business affairs, llo suspects ev erybody, aud wears a look of ap prehension and r.rixietr. Brigbam's last bold experiment to mauacle his people, the institu tion of the new ordor of Enoch, a plan for obtaining the control of all tbe business operations of the Mormons, even to the cultivation of the farms, and the proceeds thereof, has resulted in a comploto failure, and it is believed that his mission, fraught with much good as well as a great deal of cVil, is nearly ended. The barbaric prac tice of polygamy which ho intro duced into this beautiful valley twenty-five years ago is suro to be extirpated by the will cf the peo ple, under the pressure of public the Press and told him that tbe on onlnton. and in mnnv respects the i inexactitude which had been Levant Time. A plain unvarnish ed history of the circumstances will suflice to convince them that what we have doue has only been In tbe interest of the public, and does not In any way justify tbe act of the Press Bureau. After the publication of the para graph relating the vixit of Klm'll Bhcrlf Pacha and his wife to the British Embassy, the manager of the Le.vaut Times, in compliance with an invitation from. the Pre bureau, waited upon Sadoiiltah Bey Director of tbe Press, who reques ted him to Inquire Into the truth of the paragraph in question, and if possible to modify or contradict it. Tbe following day the manager attain called upon the Director of religion of the Mormons is under going changes which will lesseu the influence and power of Hi lead- .a i a. era. There arc otner cause oc- found In the incriminated article waa that the visit to- the British Ainbassy waa paid on Sunday aud not on Saturday. Tbe Director of ScBiiiMR Forte, Ministry ) op FoBeiQM Afpars, July 4,iS74. j Wherta$, The Levant Time newspaper, actuated by a feeling of personal hostility, published in on of its recent issue ensatknal new without foundation, with the evi dent desire of calumniating a high dignitary oi the Empire even in hi private life ; Whrta$, TbS Imperial Govern ment cannot allow the press to be come an instrument of personal at tack blended with the publication of fulse news. : The Levant Times is suspended for two months from this date. Notification of the present act is given to Mr. Lnll'un Hanly, respon sible editor of the above paper. Tbe Dragoman of the Imperial Divan, ' MCEin. The following are the paragraphs in question : - Levant Times, JuueS. On Saturday, Khalil Sherif Pa- i . t t . 1 1.- i . a m. tM. Clia, e-iUUIifrui rureign numin, accompanied by hi wife, the Prin ces Naall, paid a visit to Sir Hen ry Elliot, at the British Embassy, Tbernpia, and remained to lunche on. The table of the British em bassy Is tbe first 'that haa bad the honor to be graced by the presence of a Turkish lady In company with the opposite sex, and if the innova tion haa had or should receive the sanction of the Valide-Soltan-the tinreme authority It la one of which the social importance can hardltH over-esllmatetl. PROFESSIONAL. F. 4L.B. VALLIAMT, ATT0RNEY8 AT LAW". GREENVILLE, MISS. Practk-ein Washmrton and Ia I iiuena counties, and in the United llihAlMtlutiit.l iM-kwui n9 ciu& w. cutKL joiia w.sHialn CL1BKE k SHIELDS, ATTORNEYS at law On Walnut street, near the CoorU House Green ville. Mia. W. A. UAYCRAFT, ATTORXEY AT LAWt Real Estate Agem4, GREENVILLE, UIB3 Makes the payment of taxes, redemp tion, ai ana loosing oi laaaa speciality. w. a. raacr. w. o. Taaon PEHGl & YJSRGER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OHttMYILLt, MISS. W. K. TR1CU. D. M. BuCKHEM ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OBBKKVTI.I.B. MISS. Office lu New Bank Building, Main . street np-staira. . g W. FEBGUSOh, WILL PRACTICE in the Coarta of Tunica, Coahoma, Bolivar, Washington and hsaoaen Coaaties, and attuml to the sale, purchase and leading of plautatiout ana payment oi Ides tho religious and social the Press, SadouIIali ocy, men sow changes taking place which throw that he also had obtained what m "a heap of trouble on the old formation he could In so short a man's mind." There is a voxo- time, but I was not In a position tiAtia naftial nroblem to he solv- to contradict our atatemewi; ami aj. Ten vears aim. when Pros!- he therefore thought It In the Inter- dcut Yonug, as the faithful call him, saw that the construction of a transcontinental railway, system was inevitable, he concluded to make the best of what he could 'not prevent, and took contracts to build some hundreds of miles or both the Union andCeutral Pacific railroads. He did U work well, est of Khalil Bherir Pacha to let the matter drop. The other pnra-a-rapb, relative to the letter to the Chedlv, was not made the subject! of official complaint. It was oiuy on Monday afternoon after 4 o'clock, tiat the .editor received an Intima tion that he was required $o pro duce, within a week, proof of the yeraeity of the two paragraphs be Uwith a llitlQ laugh). Why my dinner cost 70 cctfts to-day had a beef-steak and turmatcrs and a fefyiuglon Mojnon lobor in tne : . 1nserted reittuve to Khalil rlco ptiddln', aud I've got 86 cents name of the Lord,andlio mouo ghorlf paeha, and a few minutes yei lTntph!a food time? now thobuslneH prfy. Then h built atterh0i,nd quitted the office of the you're a shoutinl" r. the Utah Central and lJtanou.in- jJ,reotorof tj,e prega ne wng recall- He was tha happiest summer era roads, or wiiieji no is now me ed to be Informed that according to touristwc have seen this jeason, principal owucr. But railroads r08b. lnstrtn'tloiis from thoGrund and his cash capital was 46 cents, costmoiiot; bond kad to bo sold, vizier he must produce satisfactory but who can compute bU jatisfac- niidnow, provision has to bo mado proofs of the truth of his assertions turn over that 'bor-stcar, tur-j for paying the lutcrest ontnoso the following day or his pnper maters and rlco nuddlu'?w : 1 bonds., Thcro are rumors too, of I should be suppressed. If the editor Levant Times bad been tne DOUG STORE. a. o. nuouiNs. i IIU0GIN8 A SKINNER ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 6EREK1VILLB, MISS., WltL PKACTICB in the United States Court and tne Supreme Court of the State, and the Circuit and Chancery ConrU or Washiagten, ikilivor aua buniiower eonnues, kn tteud to cases In the Magistrates C'aurts. dee 7, 187-tr kjAGISl RATE'S COURT. j.F.iiAr.-:i3,J.P. Mrs. MAOBtiiEB kas Piiayeb. I happened to call at Mogrudcr's fhe other morning on my way down town, aud a I tlicm well. I eatered the side door with- was shocked to trouble in tho co-opcrattvo insti tution of Zion, or tho " co-op," as it if called out hero. It is said that 111 order io strengthen this great trading establishment it be came necessary to issue a large amount of new stock. This was i. .lolo In Tfca Well." rcn iei c Li TAKE ploasuro In Informing my friends and the nubile generally, at I have purchased tne above Ml-known saloon, wheis my lends and patrons wui always iid the finest IMPORTED I That can be had in any market. I H.M.BNOWBERGER. V.Utt Proprietor, Vorthington, Buckner&Co 3REENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI. ' Transact Gsuera) I Collsotlons mads and prooseds ( remitted, on day received 1UY and sell on commios ions all J ktnds Eansa, Lorip a?1 war iuU. cJi U, l-.J. ELI B17TLE3, siHiVisrt smit ii, ) ; OBIIKVILLE, MISS. RESPECTFULLY Informs the ' public that he Is prepared tore pair Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, In the most perfect manner, guar- anteema; satujcuon in au caae. August xt, i87U-q.r H. SCOTT WnOUMALB ABB EBTAIt czz32 crenn. Ksrra ccrrrATTLT ca hard a Ana awoitaassitef amey a staple 3. along until near 4 o'clock In the afternoon, and James had returned. HI folk then became uneasy about him, and set out to look tor him. After going through the pas ture for some distance they found him lying In an unconsclou condi tion on the brow of a mineral hole, the back ofhls head cut very badly They picked him up and conveyed him home, where In a abort time hi consciousness returned, and when he got so he could speak he related the following strange and thrilling adventure : "I was along to the watering-place; while on the way I heard the report of a gun, and heard tbe hum of the shot pas sing very near me; a number of them I thought struck my horse In the neck. He darted off at full peed, growing more frightened, I thought, every moment. I could do nothing toward checking him, apd only managed to keep my seat He plunged forward and soon came upon a mineral hole, but cleared It at a bound, and atlll kept on, leap ing another in tbe same manner, and atlll another, but as he cleared the third shaft everything grew dark and a strange feeling, a blind ing sensation came over me, and LXu a .time how long it was I can not say this reeling passed away and I found myself In a dark place, my horse resting upon my leg, and both my leg and my head paining ma badly. X finally became con scious of what had happened to me and-mads an effort to get my leg free, and after a long and painful trugsle I succeeded. I then asade up my mini to drag myself out, ifpomlbl, bat J had grown so weak I was afraid X could never an It. out knocking. I . I distributed in small shares thro the floor, w . no urs. aiagruucr sat ob TcrritorV and lt vcqlrod Oil III cucsi, Dim ruiuvieu amung hi hair as she bumped his head on the, boards, and scolded him vigorously. They rom as I came in, and Magrudcr, as he wiped the blood from his nose, tried to pre tend that it was only a Joke. But Mrs. Magrudcr interrupted him: "Joke I Joke! I should think not! I was giving him a dressing down He wanted to havo family prayers before breakfast and I was deter mined to have them afterward, and as he thrpw tho Bible at mo, and hit Mary Jane with tho hymn book, I sonscd down on him II I can't rulo this house, I'll know tho reason why. Pick up them Scriptures and have prayers ! You hear mo, Magrudcr I It's more troublo rcirulatinir the piety of this family than running a saw mill. Mary Jane, give your pa that hymn-book." of the soverlgn of tho country it would not have been possible for him to have compiled with the demand, .is he could not compel tho attend ance the necessary witnesses to the facts he had immited.-niii was duly explained to the director of the press by the editor of tho Le- . . . M- . ..1.1 ,H ...... j ,. i..Jnn vant 'limes. ve must au.iu.uu. agoouueaiui .a.v.u, . 1,ifltlon that a week after the faithful to come to the rescue reUtinir the vgtt to of the "big eye" by investing " ti...ditor their cash in this description of stocks. To add to the annoyance of Brigham, his rebellious wife A. 1. JrlNLuVY U CO. ItBALKUS IB ; DRUGS , . f AND loicimiD, Perfumery, toilet soaps, Paints, Oils, Byes, Cllass. ALSO. , , , SODA AND MINER AX I f WATERS On Draught and In Bottles. Cornet Wa-hhiirton Avenue and Mulborrv streets, Fob ft- 09. QREENVILLR. first BEOULAB TEBMB am Third la Office open from t A. M. to 6. p. M. dally apr.4, 1874. r. A. MOMTOOMIBV. a. . nooaa. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 9 Rivbbtob, Bolivar county, Kiss. D. T. STORE, DENTIOT, WASHINGTON. AVENUJ5, the British Embassy, the editor had the honor of conversing with the ' Grand Vizier, who himself turned the conversation on the seemed to remember ttat X reach- PUELD - ; at mwm-1 tha 1-7 of too t-' krt e 1 1 I to aallejJI esnaia. m taBif.:TCtt," - laaCsatngajpan, Udtjrarry r jil. r . Iff wet ir s tt t' It- nevmeanenp u inBav I wkssa Ury iI fuJ 1 1. 1. - i ci East s Tjia str?-s u 1 ' u aaryaaaiJnJ. mRE A td Mora I I TJ CJ l i. Ill I "Basted.' The following conversation is re ported to us aa having occurred be tween two , darkles, who were re cently discussing the collapse of the Freedman's Bank : "Busted 1" exclaimed an old be wildered darky, who had placed some shine in the Institution, "you don'tgwan' tole me dat Freedman's Bank busted?" "Yes; its gone up?" "Done, clear gone?" "Yes." Evidently the old man couldn't Understand It He 'mused deeply and sadly, and with a last sorrow ful look . Into the open but vacant room, turnca away, MMittering aa he went) . "Dat's what makes me always 'splse a bank)." Macon (Ga.) Tele grapn Bore Is a vary good story that Rev. Dr. Adams tells of himseir. A lady parishoaer ones remarked to- him tlat his sermons were a Ut'.le taw tors. "Dotft yea think to, nr. Ada ata if Jst Kills ? Al, r;s4 22 f seiJ Ann Eliza has returned from a lec turing tour in the East, and the other nlirht. in the Liberal Insti tute building, she related hor ex perience In Young's harem to a crowded audience. This harrow ed an his feelings. Her desertion he did not mind so much, as ho had eighteen wives loft after Ann Eliza forsook him. brioham'b sons. , But although Brigham seems to be nearly worn out by ago and care, ho has sons in harness who are doing hoavy work, thoroby lightening tho old mau's labors. Joseph A., the eldest, is a young man of much executive ability, therein resembling his father. Ho Is the Gcncrnllisslmo of tho Saints in the Southern part of Utah. Qts headquarters aro at St. Georgo where a temple is now building. Brigham, Jr., is preaching tho Mormon gospel to the saints thro7 tho forty settlements. John W., the younger, Is a bishop, and Pres ident of a diocese in tho northern part of the Territory, but he does touched upon the private life of not preach much, giving tho most Khalil Sherif Pacha so far as to re- of his time to speculation. John- cord wliat, from a European point ny, bs hd is commonly called, is a of veW) wa may be allowed to re- fine-looking Dan Rice sort of a gardes a sign of progress, Thede- youug man. He has been consid- Cree says alao that the government erably married, but at the present cannot permit tbe publication of time has only one spouse, as bis false news nouvellct aontrouvee' first aud second wives wore given This doe not apply to the Levant divorces at their own request, and Times as tli news complained of supporting themselves haa not only not been oonwauiuwu but when tne quomron the Director of the Press whether he would authorise it contradic tion be refused to do so, and prefer red, as we have stated above, to let itpaas. k It 1 a met not unworthy of being question ot Khalil Paoha's wifo's visit to tho British Embassy, but did not In any way express his dis approval of what we had publish ed. We were not a little astonish ed at being called upon, some five weeks after the publication of the article complained of, and after the question had been officially shel ved, to produce proofs, within an impossibly short space of time, of the veracity of what we had ad vanced. If on oction had been brought against us, as should have been the case if Justice were desired, it is most probabfe that we should have beeii able to prove what we asserted. The decree of suspension accuses the Levant Times of being actuated by a sentiment of person al hostility to whom It does not say and accuses us also of having nublished sensational news with the evident intention of calumina ting a high dignitary of the empire. We were not aware that it was a calumny to say that an ex-Mlnlster of Foreign Affairs had lunched with the British Ambassador. We only m-tuiH hi Ms 0 i I r 9 o CD CO CO 7C C9 00 B TJ Co 1 s? 5 2 e 3 5 GEEENVILLE,MiSS. Jannar- 7,1871-3m ' Dr.N C Skinner, OPFERB HIS PG! TO THE ' Citiiexis of OrMiiTills AHD THE Oovntsr at Lorro. -:o:- Office at his dwelling on Main Street. may 23,1874. Jr. We WILSOIT, novzz,czan e a g S rHi Z 5'' 9 o .--Ste B3 S. ke."l von Ca't I'.U tie ThU railway Is much needed, at are now and children with thofr own in dustry. The present wife of Joba ny is a beautiful and accomplished lady from Philadelphia. John W. it now engaged in pro moting the construction of anar-row-gauge railroad to run from t:s city to Floohe, three hunsrea 1 noted that this Is Cue ssa suepeu- away in Escaast Ksviia. i.'ca tie Levaxf T.-ta Ism sr-srl- enel la .2 year ess a year t-i tttvfr rt r?r"ir C. H. BURT, MAOII1NH9T . : ' AND DOILEtl MAKER OBBEf VIW.E, MISS. t NOW offers his services to the planters of Washington and adjoining counties In repairing boilers and plantation machinery. KaTKor auy information apply to him or to Dovia Buckner at Worth lugtoii, Buckner A Co. Bankers, GREENVILLE, MISS. may 80-4&. ; scs sea Having1 received my ICE barge I am now prepared to fill orders for both from Grc:" ' 1 1 ;cJrcatlJ ir -3, I AND iBuccy Paintor. Paints, Oil Tot Sale. I HAVE opened a shop especially for Buggy and Carriage Painting and hope to receive, the patronage of the pifblie. tyShop ot N. D. John son's Warehouse on- Mulberry St., may 23 4a. OREENVIIyLE, Misa. ARTHUR o'co:h:c.i, FASHIONABLE boot nAnrn. SBOF ON MTJLBSRRY 8TrT, Greenville, . - IZ l June 6, 1874-n44y" "" james pehux'i PAPEU IIAUGHT5 AND GLAZIEB; Walnut Street, below Ce, Avenue, GrccnvJllo, Miss. mh 14-74-tf. Liv ry d Ci!o AND -I THE andefr,Bed ker t e?ax?a to the pabio. that ar ken charge of IW cpr" t ON WAISZIItC. ... . Bast of at. J; ...M.. 1 ENTRrSTTii: STOC2f4ewc; ZZl ,t . ' t ' - . '