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cclili) &es SD FVEKY S ATVRDAY bt the riBLIMIINli IOXPAST. OFFICE "RULES. , . BCLE OXE. mis of scbsckif nox; one year, in advance, $3:WI y six months, in advance 2:00 , RULE TWO. jza op advertising: Advertising, One k, one Insertion....... $1:50 fbsequent Insertion.. 75 lor Legal notices due on or publication. No proof )d until paid for RULE THREE, JRLY, HALF-YEARLY AKD f YEARLY RATBSt I OCt'PTKO, t iftre nare rth Column.. If Column jumn ih Regular Advertisements ) paid at the beginning of Barter. f RULE FOUR. Editorial Notteos, except compantng the first inser- an adveriscmeni. win n. i.Tits ner line: ObitllO- name. Simple announce- "mf deaths or murriftces free, twho wish to Indulge in termed "personal notices," req'iired to pay in accord jlth the nature of their orti- RULE FIVE. ' rOR ANNOUNCING CANDI- dates: kte and District Offices, $20 buntv Oflleea: 10 u offices : RULE SIX. )r from transient enKtomcrs or written, for Job work, nd ng, or subscription, must be hauled by the Cash to obtain Ion. Accounts or regular hiers due and presented the fcaeli mon tit. .1st of Court Terms. ot to transfer the counties of ilea and Coahoma from tne jentu (II) to the twelfth (12 Ui ml District, ami mo count L lloie fiom the twelfth (li Eie eleventh (!!) Judicial His and to tlx the times for hoi tlm Cituuu uourw ui Buiu irict. 2. He It further enacted Rl.e CiroullCourtsof the Elev budielal District shall bo hoi r.d tsontinua for the times as lafter cttod, should tho busl f the Court m long require. the county cf Jlollvar com tlL' oil Hie ill si . . tt t i Hud Huptenioer nnu uuiiiiuuu e Judicial days. the Count v of Washington . i ' .t t.. t r. l.. liclic.lng OH llie iniro inoiiuiiy roll ami Bepr.emnw, aim con tweiity-'our UMlciul days, lie county of Issnuena com ing on tiie. seventh Monday he first Monday In March and milier. aua conunuo iweive ul lays. jkhe county of Sunflower com (lug on the ninth Monday niter ilrst Monday In March and mberF and continue six al days. Iiha Pinintv nf Tifflore. Colli- ing on the eleventh Monday the first. Monday in March and tuber, and continue twelve ml davs. the countv of I,iflore, commen- on eleventh Monday arter Uio Monday In March and Kep ler, una continue iweive juui- lays. proved March 2o, 1S71. Chanrry District; continues C Is In Tunica, 0 In Coahcnm, 0 liollvnr and 12 in Washington: Jlonday (!i) January, Tunica (12th) " Coahoma (l!)th) " Bolivar (20th) " Washington Jlonday, (fltli) April, .Tilnica (13th) " Coahoma (20th) " Rollvar (27th) "Washington ionday (Oth) July, Tunica " (13th) " -Coahoma " (20th) " Bolivar " (27th) " Washington otiday (8th) October, Tunica " (13th) " Coahoma " (2tWt) " Bolivar " (27lh) " Waslngton nccry Court will be held In icna County, 14th District, th Mondays after 4th Mon of January, April, July and uber. tevius of the Supreme Court ommence on the 3d Mondays b Mi and October. jo Town Council meets regular 1st Tuesday of each month ole In The Wall." KE pleasure in informing my ionds and the public generally, I have purchased the above kknowu saloon, where my ids and patrons will always the iiuest IMPORTED SS. LiaiOIW AM) CIGARS, sat can bo had In any market, K. M. BKOWUKKUm 4, 1874. Proprietor, TOli RENT. DWELLING HOUSE on uUai street, now occupied by ouiuias, containing 4 rooms room, pantry, servants' room Kitcnnu, wttii ciHtcrn. ros on riveu Int. Ooclober. fdriher particulars inqniro of Mlitf. Uin'TlU HUELBY. convilio, fM'p 12 tfo o " '8 8 3 8 12 20, i0. 15 30 IS 25 35 25 40 7S 40 75 123 ' r 1 . z VOL. 7. REFUGE SALCGH. XAVISO Now fitted up ana writ jL hfhed my Saloon, in the Large Two Story Building, OS MULBERRY STREET, TJNDM TBI Rpfuga Club Rcons. I KOW : SOLICIT the PUBLIC PATBOXAGE KOXE FRESH BCT THE Roar 1 mm w w BEST 1 Q ,; f ALWAYS liquors KEPT. "AND. dec23 I. I8ENBERO. PRATT'S - Southern-Made Gin. i Price, 14 per Saw. . This celebrated Gin. of light draft, makes a good sample, picks more lint from the same amount of seed cotton, and in less time, than anv other gin. It does not break the roll nor choke, is simple in its construction, and not liable to get out of order. It Is a rood rule to try all things. and hold last to what has been ap- iroved, and answers the purpose or which It Is made. This Is claim ed for Pratt's Gin and Is admitted by practical pluuters who have tried It. Orders for Gins, from 40 to 60 saws. Gum Bauds at New York factory prices, and complete sets of Bcgnicnt, uanos, etc promnuy nnu Gins repaired by a skillful Gin- wright. Address , G. W. TRUEIIEART, Agent for Daniel Pratt Gin Com pany, No. 10 Court street, IliySO i MEMPHIS, TENN IMPORTANT to INSURERS. . A WOBD TO THE WISE. The following Is the official list of ALL the Fire Insurance Com panies authorized by law to trail' sient business in the State of Mis slaxiotil : Planters' Insurance Company of Miss. Planters' Insurance Company of Memphis, Tenn. Liverpool and London and Globe franklin or miinticirihia, ra Pheonlxof Brooklyn, New York. Home of New York. Virginia Fire and Marine of Rich moiid, Va. Contracts made in this State will the Agents or pretended Agents of iincr companies are in direct viola tion of the laws of the Slate and absolutely null and void. In case of loss the insured Is at the mercy of the company, and by the deci sions or the male and f ederal Courts without remedy. 8. W. FJSRUUBON. ninyld. Ins. Agent So 00 a. O CD in 3 EL. . 3 a ' i 9 3 o w Me 8S?S 1 5 KRETSCHMAR A FARRAR, BA2THEHD, OREENVILtE, MISS. . DEALERS IS EXCHANGE, BONDS, tt, Osllestioni Kadt ai PrOMtdi rromptly BsmitUd. Literal Advances Hade on Cotton Interest Paid a Tims Oepoilts Special Attention Given to Pay June27 mcnt of Taxei Lost, Burned or Iflslali : piTY WARRANT drawn in fa- vor of James Ticrnay for nine hundred and uiucty-uiuo dollars and eighty cents, All porsous aro forowarnod against trading for tho samo, and auy porson finding or having the eauio will return it to JOILN IIANWAY. Greenville, September 6, 1874. fen. "... & g B5? GBEEN1LLE, WiVSIIIIVGrXOPf CO., LfTM Meetlig at floreyrillc. At a meeting of the citizeus of Bolivar county, Mississippi, held at FlorcyvilK to take into consid eration the subject of the levees, Major J. E. Edmonds was appoin ted Prosidcnt of the meeting, and W. E. Pope Secretary. The object of the meeting was stated by W. 8. Cooke, in a brief speech. Colonel W. G. Myers, the President of the - LcTce Board, also made a few remarks, stating for the information of the people the condition of the Board and its intentions for the future. Upon motion the following na med gentlemen were appointed a committee to draft resolutions ex prcssivo of tho sentiment of the mooting upon tho mattor of re building the broken lovees : F. A. Montgomery, Isaac Hudson, W. S. Cooke, J. 6. McGchce, Ben Frank lin. The com mitt oo presented the following preamble and resolu tions, which wcro adopted : .Whereas, the Board of Levee Commissioners for this District lias invited tho people to express their opinion as to the propriety of levying a tax sufficient to re build the broken levees ; and whereas, tho people of this county are fully impressed with tho ne cessity of thcto lovees (o protect us, therefore bo It Resolved, That the Board of Commissioned be requested to havo the repairs made as soon as possible before tho next high water. v Resolved, further, That having full confidence in tho members of tho Levee Board, we are willing to leave to their judgment and dis cretion the best mode of accoin pushing this objoct; whether by levying a sufficient tax the present season, or by borrowing money to bo repaid from a future tax, but again urge them to accomplish this groat work at an early day. 'Resolved, That tho Greenville Times bo requested to publish tho proceedings of this meeting. Resolved, That tho meeting do now adjourn. J. E. EdmondS, President. W. E. Pope, Secretary. Ludicrous Scene la a FulpIL A South German paper relates tho following: In a Bavarian town of the most pronounced Catholic- orthodoxy, tho priest pleached lately against tho old Catholics and related such horrible things about them that his pious hearers wore literally horror-stricken at Old Catholic impictio. At last tho preacher cried out : " Tho Old Catholics are so vile that they will all be cast into tho piUancl if what I toll you is not true may (he devil take me now on the spot!" His excitement was so terrible, and he so struck the cushion that the book fell from it. Not far from tho pul pit there sat an American, who had a negro servant with him, to whom he beckoned to take up the book to tho priest, who, perhaps, had never seen one of those sous of Ham In his life. The negro at onco obeyed, and as ho mounted the lowest of the pulpit steps, the clergyman repeated his wish that tho devil might come and take him if what ho said was not true. Al though the negro went softly tho preacher heard his footsteps, and turning round, saw a black object solemnly, steadily and surely ap proaching him. He looked at him with terror, and believing that he would bo tho next Instant collared by his Satanic Majesty, ho cried out, with (rc'mbliiig voice, "It is, after all, pOBsiblo that there may bo good pcoplo amongst tho Old Catholics." Turning then round to see if the object hod disappear ed, ho saw it still steadily approa ching. Tlio perspiration hurst out on his brow, and full of despair ho called out : " Thore aro oven many good people amongst tho Old Cath olics." Thinking that this would suffice, ho turned round, but what was his horror to find that tho ob ject was closo at haud. Imagining himself in tho very grasp of Bccl icbub, turning partly to tho negro and pnrtfy to tho congregation, he cried out: "May the devil come and tako me if all the Old Catlro lies aro not bettor than wo are 1" Tho terriilcd priest fainted Ironi tho fright, and it was only after Bonio time Unit he recovered. Tom Rnlkes, who won very much marked with the smallpox, having one day written an anonymous let tor to Count d'Orsay, containing tome piece of impertinence, closed it with a wafer, and stamped it with something resembling the top of a thimble.' The count soon dis covered who was the writer, and In a roomful of company thus ad dressed him : "Ha, ha I my good Raikes, the next time you write an anonymous letter, you must not seal it with your nose," 1 Clf Tf r Trick. The follow iug clever trick was recently played upon an avricious French landlord by a poor engra ver who had got into arrears with his rent. " G ive me a little time," said the tenant ; " I have discov ered means of paying you soon." "Bah!" returned the landlord; "I should like to know how?" "Look here," replied the engra ver, taking a huudrcd franc note mysteriously from a table drawer, " that is my last piece cf work." "Did you do t?" "Certainly." " You, yourself, and.not the Bank of France ? " No, it'a my own work." " Will you trust me with it for half an hour?" And the landlord took tho note and hurried off to the bank. There they as sured him that it was perfectly good, and finally changed it for him. At ho hurried back to his iodgor the poor man's head fairly swam with Visions of uucountfid wealth. "My gootf fellow," he cried, on reaching the house, all out of breath, "how clever you are ! Why don't you make thous and franc notes ? " . For the very good reason that I've never seen ono." " That ncod be no obstacle Here is one. ' Copy it. 1 will be back in a week's time, and wo will share it." At the end of tho week tho landlord duly made his appear ance. " How does the noto get on?" was Lis anxious inquiry. " Your noto I why I have spent it with two or three friends, you vagabond I" majestically replied tho engraver. " " Spent it I But" "No noise, or I'll split." And tho man explained -to his landlord that he had taken him in, and that the hundred franc note was per fectly good. IIo wound up by ad. vising htm to turn his avaricious propensities in another direction Too Goo a Joke. It rained hopelessly. ?ho clouds came down in sheets and 'bIuIccs. Monsieur de II , an elegant of tho "first water," found this sec oud water too wet for him, Ho was islanded under another man's portico, and not a public vehicle near. Suddenly round tho corner comes a plain citizen, comfortably housed under a protecting canopy of blue cotton and whalebone but, under this cnviablo umbrella, walking alone. A thought seizes Monsieur do II . He rushes to tho citizen's side, and seizing htm affectionately by tho arm, begins tho eager narration of a touching train of events. Not giving his astonished listener thno to res pond, ho hurries him along, sliar iug his umbrella, of course, as he goes, and clinging closely to his side, and vociferating tho confi dential communications till tlicy reach tho boulevard. He stops at a cafe, and then, for the first time, apparently, takes a surprised look at the face of his umbrella lender. Overwhelming apologies had en tirely mistaken the person tho't it was his most Intimate friend begs ton thousand pardons and dodges into the iusido of a oofl'co house. But tho fun was to bo in tho telling of tho story. To a convulsed circlo of delighted fel low dandles, Monsieur do II was tcllingof his advent tiro, when by chance placing his hand upon his breast, ho missed tho usual protuberanco in his vest pocket. The valuable gold watch was gono. In his closo clinging to tho appa rently plain citizen the gay joker had hugged a pickpocket, and in consequence was subsequently not fond of this joke. Tho Tcnncssco correspondence of tho New York Herald gives somo interesting details about the origin of tho recent conflict be tween the whites and blacks there, from which it appears that the trouble had its origin in a dispute over a roast pig. About three weeks ago tho colored pcoplo of Pickcttsvillo had a barbecue. Jo Hale, a farmer living in tho neigh borhood, and .several other white men, chancing to pass that way, bought a pig from tho negroes for their dinner. They ate as much as they wanted, giving tho rest of tho pig to a-negro they brought with them. This fellow was hap py for only a short time, however, for no sooner had tho whito men left than the managers of tho bnr- becuo seized the rest of tho pig, saying that it belonged to them. Halo heard of this, and ho and his friends returned and took tho pig away from the negroes. In getting back tho pig Halo usod somo vio lonce, which exasperated tho ne groes, but his friends Interfered and coinpollod him to go away with them. The point in dispute was whother he had paid Tor the whole pig or only so much ns ho had eaten. The negroea took the Utter view of the transaction, but Halo enforced fonr-, ni ct of thle I-'- i I L--J tho wir of i jij . MLjSS., S-VTUItWA-Y, Tne RevohtloB la Louisiana. Wist tit Northers Prsts hu ta Say. New York Herald. These questions Geu. Giant an swers by his proclamation com manding the Peun Government to separate and to respect authority. We do not see how tho President could have hesitated about his course. He has made nianv mis takes in reconstruction, and wpe.1 cially as concerns Louisiana. He has encouraged and is in many re- MMhHTi.ni.1..,. tr Riwcta tlirenonfdhl author of thin rovnliitl.tn mmpUHv l.v 1.1. mur in Arkansas. He acquiesced in all the iniquities of the Kellogg ad ministration, and shares with Con gress the sin of having .turned away fro n the entreaties of the suffering State, even when champ ioned by the eloquent voice of Sen ator Carpeuter. A year ago lie had great chance to do right, and in doing right to redeem Louisiana. But through hia Attorney-General he spurned the prayers of the State. The logical result of that selfish apathy is written in the painful history we print this "morning. The revolution has bcon nourished by the President, and it is his work. We do not see how the President can do otherwise. However much he may sympathise with the revo lutionary movement, and however anxious we may be to overthrow Ilellngg and all phases of Kci!cg lomluation in other States, tho Union must be preserved. There can bo no union without law, and there Is no law where we see suc-,1 ccssful revolution. In this case tho moral right Is with Penn, the forms of law with Kellogg. The followers of Penn, those who belong to White Leagues and other organizations, made the mistake of revolutionists perclpltation. They should have waited. They should have trusted to public opinion, to the softening Influences of time to the sti rc grow th of eenerous sentiments In the hearts of Northern men. They should have triumphed by moral suasion, for every hour of their mis ery was an eloquent appeal to the North. They should not have In vlted the sure nhd swift answer of the sword. We see how sad and deplorable it Is for tho Ailinthintrn Hon to be Inn position where by il: own follies It will mnk the right wrong and the wrong right. But it is a dilemma which niiint b: firmly met. Wo can understand the difficulty and delicacy of tV President's situation, arising, ns we have said, from bin own nu quicscnceln the disgraceful Louis! ana rule by cloddns with the forms of lnw this Infamous regime But the Constitution proscribes un the courts have written his duly The late Chief Justice- Taney, in the Dorr rebellion case, decide that when a conflict arose bolwvo rival State Governments, the Pre ldent should decide which Govern or was lawfully in pow er, and huh talu that power by tho Federal au thority. It Is unfortunate that tho President should be committed, as he Is, to the Kellogg usurpation But the die has been cast. His proclamation commits the Govern ment to the suppression of rcvolu tlon. Our hope is Hint tho peopl will accept the lioepsslty and the duty of the hour, and', for the sake of the wholo country, to suffer and wait a little longer, trunting to tho Constitution and the peaceful meth ods of the ballot for their final de llverance. "Revolution will not b Toleritsd." New York Tribune. The gnyernment-nf William Pitt Kellogg In Louisiana Is one which wo havo never been able to defend. Tho Durcll decision which aided In establishing It wnn uti out rag. The conduct of tho Returning Board which declared if elected was dishonest. The taxation since 1872 has been arbitrary and op pressive. Legislation has In hun dreds of coses been n shameful farce. Districts hs''c been repre sented, by men ho neve; sav them. The small revenue gleaned from tho Impoverished people has been diverted to Improper uses. New Oilcans is proslinto. The City Administration Is penniless. Real estate in the metropolis Is worth nothing In tho present comlilion of affairs; no cue will buy it. The prominent local banks have re cently failed. Laborers nhd salar ied employees alikeare paid in scrip worth 30 i'ents on the dollar. Many streets are desolate. Whole pages of newspapers ore filled with names of delinquent taxpayers. Negroes and whites in some sections of the State aro In danges of stnrvation. . Neitherparty now claiming pow er in Louisiana can help her to prosperity or peace. Ono is com mitted to tyranny and corruption; the other to a vlndialvu policy of ostracism and intimidation, to new riots In election time, to outrages like those which disgraced tho p.ir lri cf C-". and which Mo---j r C2c;itiiig by frothy - 1 - - :.ln.a. The Me- a SUTX. 187-1, Id tdUtll kl,M) II 1 i'l U.IVII .III II.1. " tolerated, I'spccU'.ly when then?-, volutionlsli hiiiUjjnrato their r&tu-. fftign by infamous asasKiuution of inr.iK'eiit Republicans, who are in uo sense connected with the ini quities of the "Kellogj; riu. It must be tinglit that It casinol by force of arms overturn a govern ment that has been recognised u u'gHl' 8m "l" 11 ,nu" "; k to Congress fur the relief which ngre-HS fur the relief which has lunar le-n neoossarv. It nuwt be . . - I . . t . t. ...!.t. I I wugm fiin.i i.u i.nj.uui- 1 A. 1 . . . 1 .. . .!7 ,l 1:r:" VJ.iver.umrui, cr threaten to continue in open re bellion after it has befti coniiutmd- ed U disperiMWI'he tactics f Sy ntsli rfvoluttomata arnol to bo adopted upon American soil, and the White Leaguers of all sections of tho State w ill do well to loam that fact H'Cedlly. Tho sooner they aro put down with a firm hau l, the belter will it be for the future of Louisiana. The &u!t of Li'liiur. 3. Commercial Advertiser. This action was evidently the re sult of pre-arranged plant;. Men were provided with sruis, loaders had been chosen, proclamations were in print, and a count of iium hers had been made. . Under these Ircumstances it 'is better that the battle should be fought in New Or loans than elsewhere. iiHwk'Si:ncoe rauet.bo put dow n ntjill hazards It Is a question w holly apart from politics. U nk as a premium is to be put upon rioting, In New York as well as New Orleans, therecog nizud government of Louisiana must be sustained. This wiil be tho verdict of every law-abiding citizen. Evening Post. We believe, as we have so often said, that President Grant's inter- ference in tho domestic aflulrs of the Southern States has been wholly mischievous. Through his aid Kel logg has fortified his position on every Bide by legal barriers. Mon lo not seek redress with musket in hand when tliey have a fair chance to oMulu redress at the ballot-box. Kellogg's baud now covers every ballot-bux in Louisiana. Like the Into I.oulV NUpOleoll, l.r enn oh till li for his most illegal nets the upper. I'lit Hiirietlon of the people. Kvtn the ballot, the peaceful weapon of free men, hid become under hi.) nuuiii .'oniciit the Insliuinent of po litical tyranny, social discord and flniinciul ruin. Ileoughttobe left to the vengeance of the people whose nooks tiro under hishoel. ww i .:j-rfon Latin Phrnscsin Comr-oa I'se. Ah Initio, from the beginning. Ah iivo, from the origin. Ad lntli-.ituin, to an unlimited extent. All libitum, at pleasure. Ad valorem, according to value. A fortiori, with strong reason. A priori, beforehand. A poktcriei'i, aftenvat.ls. Bona tide, in good faith. Compos mentis, of sound mind. Cut bona? for what good. Do. facto, in fact. De jure, by right.- Do novo, anew. Deo volente,God willing. Dramatis personrc, characters re presented In a play. Ex enthedre, from the chair of authority. Kxeunt ouitins, they til! go out. Kx oRleio, by vhtuo of the office Jvx parte, on one nldc. JCx post larto (had Latin), after the deed.' Fac simile, on exact copy. Id lunoe genlis, till of that sort. Instntu quo, in Ibwu'ute In which itwiis, In tot", tnttrely. In transitu, on the way... , Ipw.' dixit, mere ussertlini. Ipso facto, by tho fact itself. Jus gentium, tho law of nations, Lnpus ll:igunr, a slip of the tongue. Locum (eliens, substitute. Lex tulioi.ls, law of retallatioii. A Yankee T'KfcK. Captain John Jefferson, of tho bark Lon don, bus recently been guilty of what the Philadelphia Press char acterizes as " a small mid disrepu table trick " ut the cxpeii'o of the Spanish republic, lie informed President Serrano that the Unf ed Stale's government b'td ordered a cruiser to see Unit 110 American vessel should bind nrins for the Cat-lists, and having thus quieted tho suspicions -of the confiding Spaninr, ho ln'inlcd twenty-seven e'tins from his ship for the Car lists and disappeared. This is as rascally a piece of lying as we hove recently heard from. Just giieh " stnurtnesa " as this luifi beon manifestod abroad on several oot caalons of late years, and notably'' in the "Emma Mine" swindle. Is it, thorefore, any wonder thai these and similar 'confidence ope ritioll'i have iMsnii'jht di.;-rur,o Up Ill the American name? LUMBER ! LUM3ER 1 ! Tho undersigned have a largo -lot of tine Cypress Lumber AT Arkansas City, Which we will deliver at GREENVILLE BY THE FLAT-BOAT LOAD AT- O V K ST AND fyO$T SATISFACTORY PRICES. ' CTTo those who havo been so unfortunate ih to ho burned Out, we would sav, do not purchaso elsewhere without giving us? n trial. I,. I!. DILL! It D sept. 19, 71-2m. sron A. li. FINLAY & CO MSALKKS IN i it n a & AND ' KEJ5IOIIJES, PKRFUMERY, TOILET 80AP3r. Ptun, Oil9 Dyes, Class. ALSO SODA AND IIISSSRAI4 VVATJbiitIS' . i (h Erausftt rilia'BJtUcs. Corner Washington Avouue ami Mulborrv streets, Kelt 0-CO. . GREENVILLE. J. L&N0SMLS, Dealer la Flour, Saoor, Lard, Meal, Corn, Hugar, Coflicr, ijlassa, Tobacco, Tin ami Woodon Ware, SHOES, 1 j ma I AND NOTIONS, CROC1CERY, Jug and Glass Ware. . Greenville .Mississippi. SdTl want If. distinctly under stood that ho who undersells me will have to "GET UP AND DUST." Sept. J J, 1S71. Notice ta.my Patrons. AFTEHTIIE First day of October NEXT,' . I "Will Sell Goods FOR CASE ONLY. EXCEPT TO 5?rwHpt Custoiaerii'J to whoji .", . TIIII1TY MSV Will be extended, "Quick eales and small profits" IS MY RULE. f-p! have now gone to St. Louis topiirehnso a full find select ptock of CALL and WINTER GOO US: which will be on my shelves the First of October next, and will be offered at astonishingly low rates. C. W. LEWL3. sept. 19, '7l-;U. LAE3S, HEW A1TB CCICLSTIS SUPPLY OF DRUGS-' JUST RECEIVED AT C. WHITE'S. EiiibracitiK every arlleio uhuiiIIv onilcd for c. Drugs, Ilodicincs, SOAPS, ' August ;, 1S71. 3 im 11 ra t. 2 11 F. & L. li. VALLIANT, ,1 TTOEXEYS AT LAW GRUF.NVlLLC, MIPS. Practice in Washington and Issr l'f iia cui.tie, and in the Unit' Mates Courts at Jackson. K"". CU.VS. W". CLAKiE. JOILtT W.SMfcLll- t'LAUKE & SHIELDS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW On Walnut stret t. near the Cour'- I louse Gri eiivple, Miss. W. A. UAYCKAFT, A TI0RSE r AT LA TT, Ilcnl rutate Ageit, - GREENVILLE, . MISS Makes the payment of taxes, . .. tioo, wala and leasing of lands . speciality. W. A. I'KllCV. W. O. TERCF PERCY & YJSROER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW C1I1EES VILt.E, MIoR. W. R. TIUCO. P. Jf. BUCKNEft ATlOJiXEIS AT LAW, OREENVIttE. mas. Office in New Bank Building, Mui't street up-stairs. g W. PEUQUSON, , ATTOKXEY AT Lin, - - ILL FKACTICK lu tho Court 1 of Tunica, Coahoma, Bolivar, W;thiiigtou and Iatmincua Counties, and attend to the alo, purchaso aie. teasing ufiiliint;itions and pay mon t pi tSXCH. '-.. C. llUGQlNS. J. SKINNiei; HUOGINS & SKINNER," ' ATTORNEYS AT LAW, fJRKEF.NVtliliE, MTBS., ' WILL PRACTICE in the United States Courts and the Supremo Court uf tho Slate, and tho Circuit nnu eiiantery uour's ot Wuslungtan, iioiivnr ana Muuiowcr counties, ami ittond to cases ia tho Magistrates Courts. - deo7,l!j72-tf M AGISTRATE'S COURT., J. F. HARRIS, J. P. , REqtIX.AU TERM8 First ami Third Holiday In eat-: j , Month. Office open from 9 A. M. to 5. V, M. daily. apr.4, 1874. r. A. HOXTaoMcur. r. n. uooki MWlTGOanSBY k KCOEE, . ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ; Riverton', Bolivar county, Miss, OFFERS 1H8 PROFESSIOHAL SERVICES -TO TIIE Citizens cf Grconvillo and Tin: Oouuty at Lars. OFFieiE at his dwelling on Main Street. may 23, 1874. Oil. ALEXANDER'S ' LSvJJ S70S3. TTAS been ro-openod In Elliott' -tJ Tin-Shop on Woshlugton Av. Every drug lu his storo is perfect ly fresh, and warranted pure, and lie gives his personal nttcntion to the preparation and sale of his drugs. J to can bo found at his ftlot-o Anv nnd ntcrht. Vftmlv in baivi his old friends anil customers. Greenville, 8ejitcmberl9,'71-3m. ARTWrddlW, FASIIIONADLE EOOT MAKER, SHOP CN ' MULBERRY STREET, Qrossrillo, - ' Mississippi. June 6, 1871-ni4. JAMES PEIIRY, mm A.D SIL-.V hlSTER. PA1JER MA3TOEK . AND GLA2IER. Walnut Street, below Control Avcuuo, Greenville, Miss. mh n-'7i-tf.'; : Worthingtcn, Buckneri,Co GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI. . , Transact a Genoral Banking Business. , CollecHons mode anil proceeds, remitted, on day received BUY and sell on commissions all kinds Bonds, Bcrlp and war rants.., mob. 23, 1813. Sanford & Crisp, CAlTEBSiBUlUMEaS. ' fS7-We resnectfUlly announce to the cltleus ot Greenville and tho surrounding country that we are prepared to do all manner of build ing, ' -- jon (aniottteriOR auJ Euildicg, c. Grceiivillo, Sept. 12, 1S74. Riciiard Lloyd. Jno. E. Llvaudala. LLOYD fiIiVAUD3 coiiuissioinr-":--;, No. 43 Baronne C . ang.22,74-ly.