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tUTlRUAT.MIPT.ii. Wl. Far Ipart. Beneath the quaint old bridge you hear The waves make mui-ic as the !: Ami winding to the elm-tree near, Von see the pathway through the eras. Where we were wont to walk, alaa! The river wander a of old Beneath the hadeof willow-tw; The sunlit water gleams like gold, And ripple to the pentlu hrceie; Hut I am far from thee aud these. The sky bend over, broad and blue. Anil, in the Kofi and mellow light. You tread the lane oar fttite knew la former Java, when days were bright; Do thmr, days bring such tweet delight T Ami still that tune with grass is crer n : With fragant flowera the banks are fair; In golden gloss and silver slircn. The bees still haunt the balmy air; But you will fail to And me there Again, perchance. I rnnv not nee The mulling row of willow trees (Which lent a leafy canopy . When we strolled underneath at cane) 5 For I am far awny front thee and those Our Joya forsake us. Boon does Spring Pass by and for the summer cnll ; Boon do the bird lime heart to sing, When fading leaves In nutiiinn fall; And winter Is the end of nil. , The Quiver. Spurgcon's Advice. "You ministers who have got to be lino and Intellectual, clear your throats and preach Jesus Ckrlst pull the velvet out of your mouths, ye gentlemen w ho use Ann words, and speak so that the people van understand you ; and mind Christ, and Christ criclfled. Ye Metho dist who nre getting to ho very re spectable, get to be ns red hot ns Methodists used to bo; ye Inde pendent, bo Ilko the old Puritan ; and yo Ilnptists, who seem to be damped with cold water,' or worn out, pray the Iiord to bnptlo you with Are, and that will be tho very best thing that can happen to von. Look at your chapels, half full ; your congregations, half asleep; your preaerver, often reading from lils book, nnd not preaching at all ; or, wheu prcnchltig, preaching as tuough he were not awake much lower down than his nock ; his heart Is still asleep, and only lib mouth Is talking. f 1 A very old man oneo went to the King of Hpnrtn, and lamented over the degenorucy ef tho time. The king replied, "What y.ni sny Is un- iiouutcdly true, for I lenieniber thnt, when I was a hoy, I heard my father say that when ho was a boy ho heard my gruudniothor sny tho same thing." When Oliver Cromwell llrnt coin cd his money, an old cavalier, look ing upon one of tho new pieces, read this Inscription on one side, "God with us," on tho other, "The Commonwealth of England." "1 sec," said he; "Clod and tho Com mon woolthoro on dllli-rant sides." "Givo iih," says tho New Hamp shire Workiiignutn'a Advocate, "the inuii with brown hands, smut on his iioso and sweat on his 'forehead." All rigid sent him by express last night; alao a wo man with a long chin and a wai t on her nose, lo keep him happy. Detroit Free Tress. '- .. - Tho following translation was made by u Frenchman who profes sed to teach languages, and who thought he was telling tho story In really beautiful- English : "A la dy which was to dlno chid to her servant that site not had used but ter enough. This girl, fur to excuse Limselve, was bring a little catu the hand, and told tliut she came to take hiui in tho crtnio llnlbhlng to eat tho two pounds from butter who remain. Tho lady took Im mediately the cat whom was put in tho balances, it just weighed that two pound. 'This is all tho very much well for tho butter,' tho lady tlK-n she said; 'but where U the cat?'" Brief colloquy in Texas between tourist and a native: "Friend, why Is it that everybody in this country thinks it necessary to car ry oho or two revolvers?" "Well, stranger," said tho Texan, "you niout travel around horo a good long time and not want a weapon, but when, you do want a pistol in this country you want it liko hell." Keccnlly a swimming match was arranged lo take pluco at East bourne, England, between a fish erman and a mastiff dog. But there wes tio race, because tho dog once in Uio w ater with tlio man, supposed his duly was to save tho latter' life, ami persisted in his endeavors to kep tho iwiu afloat by thrusting his head under his opponent's chin. Mr. D. J. Ellington, of Attala county, sowed six bushels wheat last lull, which returned Lim over ouo huudl-cd bushels. Bo .Mr. EtHikaa Coaat i-Ui-ml'ik Haiti." Mr. Rodman was & Western far mer who cultivated acuuple of hun dred aer, or thereabout, if excel Iftit land, and W!is something tf a stock-breed beide. He Lad a fine fr bor and tattle, and etpwiHjr was h an adept in Judg ing the former. Nobody could stir- pass him in a proper appreciation of a btr-e'di)liit. He would take a long journey at any time to view a prnmixlug colt, and yet, strange i a it may seem, he had never at-Ul-ded a borne rare. Not that he had any conscientious wruples gainst the sport on the contrary he would have delighted in it had opportunity i.fli-red. But he lived far froiii any race-track, was a great homebody, and up to the time of which I am writing he could never make up hi mind to take so long a journey, tvin though it were to wltuei a fast trot. There came a day, however, when he was aroused to a pitch of eiitLu8lA-.ni which absorbed him entirely in spite of himself. The announcement reached him In a Michigan paper that the qtiot-n of the trotting turf, Goldsmith Maid, and the flyer, Jud'e Fullerton, who will one day astonish the world by the fastest mil' on record, were to trot at East Saginaw. Ho determined, therefore, for in 'Ms life to witness a trot between two flyers. Accordingly he set out and In due time reached tho scene of action. When the day fixed upon for the sport arrived he was on the ground, and was, ff course, deeply Interest ed in everything which he. saw and heard. JIo had been warned repeatedly before leaving home of the sharpers and tricksters which he would meet, and hud determin ed to keep a bright lookout and give all such a wide berth. Great was his excitement when tho Judges' bill rang and the cry "Bring up your horses!" greeted h! cars, and when the animals be gan to score previous to starting lor tho race be was filled with ad miration' at the superb action ami their splendid points generally. He had raised somo tolerably fast siock iiimscir, but ho hud never seen horse step liko that before, and could not help saying to him self: " t "How It would astonish the folks at home if I should tnko that little mare buck with me 1" . Poor man I Ho had not the slightest idea of tho valuo of the animals. Ho lit tle dreamed that his entire farm, with all its stock and fixtures, would not purchase a half lute-rest in Goldsmith Maid, and the runlly ehorlsYiid Hi ftnr'lnn that ho might perhaps bcconiv tho possessor o the little nmro without any very great sacrifice. While he was thus turning tho matter over in his mind, suddenly his ears were saluted by the cry of the auctioneer in tho pool stand. Mr. Kodman know nothing of pool selling, lie had nover soon a wag on mado except in tho old-fashioned way, and he naturally concluded that the auctioneer was selling the horse fitit-uiid-out instead of sell lug bats on then). Hero, then, he thought thoro was a chance to bny Goldsmith. Maid, and Willi a fust- bentlng heart ho approached tho group which surrounded the pool seller. "How much for first cholco of these two horses, Goldsmith Maid and Fullerton?" exclaimed the auctioneer. "C'omo gentlemen, give me n bid. Htart it at any thing you pleuso, How much ?" "Three hundred dollars!" ex claimed one of the group. ' Four hundred dollars!" chimed In Mr. Bod man. "Fivo hundred I" exclaimed an other looker-on. "Six hundred!" called out Mr. Hodman , and from that out he con. tinned to bid till the little mare was knocked down to hlin for $000. "That's a big price for n horse," J mused Mr. Rodman; "the biggest I ever pald-but I think she's worth it." Going down Iho track he found the driver of tho Maid warming nor up previous to starting for the heft. Here, you !" exclaimed, in a tone of authority, "come down out o' that cro sulky nnd strip the har ness otto' that mure. Bhe ain't go- In' trot to-day." The driver, supposing Mr. Hod man to bo either drunk or crazy, paid no attention to tho demand. but sent the maro uloiig to the quarter-polo at a lively gait, and then, turning, walked her leisure ly back. ' j, Didn't I tell you t5 cot down and take that nmro out of hnr. Hess?" demanded Mr. Rodman, angrily. Tho driver knew not whether to laugh or swear at tho denia id, but at hist his better nature prevailed, oiui no sum, jocularly ! "What's the matter with you. old fellow ? Don't your clothes lit you?" . "You'll fliul out what's tho mat ter with me pretty soon If you don't do as 1 tell you!" returned Mr, Rodman, with severity. "The marc's mine Ihave Just bought her, and I shan't allow hor lo trot In this race. Do you hear mo?" mto uiu you uuy me maro from?" asked tho driver, who be gan to think thai Mr. Rodinnn had been made the victim of some prac tical Joke. Why, from tLat fellow cp on the stand there," replied Mr. K-l-raan "the au.t.-se?r. Ha knock ed her diiwn to me Ut J and here Li receipt." And a Le poke he held out the pool-card which he haJ received. "Receipt !" exclaimed the driver with a grin. "That's no receipt that' a pool ticket. You bought the mare a firt chdice that is, you bt-t agin the balance of the l-ool that she would win the race, and you'll win the money, too, old man, if you liold on to the ticket. But a for buying the mare for $'", why, bless your innocent soul, that sum wouMu't buy a hair out of her taiir Why, $10o,f).i) in gold wouldn't buy tLU beauty." Mr. Rodman wa very angry. He supposed the driver to be either a swindler or a trifler, and with flush ing eyes he said : "You can't come any of your city trick over me. I've heard all about you fellow down here, and if you expect to humbug me as you have others you'll lo! yourcalcu lutlon. Do you hear me?" And seizing the mare by the bridle he cried out vociferously for the police. By this time a crowd hd gather ed around who seemed to enjoy the Joke hugely, and some of whom en couraged Mr. Rodman to persist in hi claim. ' "Hold on to the mare, old man," cried one "she's your property. I saw you buy her and pay for her. He' trying ta( beat you. That's the way he does business. Don't let him swindle ymi ! Hang on to the mare 1" " ' "That's Just what I Intend to do," said Mr. Rodman, at the same time taking a tighter hold of the reins. - But just here a policeman Inter fered and commanded Mr. Rodman to h t go tho horse's head, trying at tho same time to explain to him the unt ure of the pool-selling, and assuring him it was all right. Mr. Rodman could not see It, but ho was forced to let the mare go, and then ho mndo his way back to the pool-stand, where he presented his ticket and demanded the return of his $000. It is needles to sny that a num ber stood ready to take tho ticket on hi bonds, und having received his $900 back Mr. Rodman took his departure. Ho would not stay to witness the t,it even, but left at once, thoroughly disgusted and stigmatising the entire crowd ns a lot of swindlers. He made his way homo safely, related his story to his neighbors in tones of deep Indigna tion, and to this day imagines that ho bought Goldsmith Mnld for $D(K), and that he was unjustly swindled out of his bargain. Francis S, Hmith, InN. Y. Weekly. Greenvilla Restaurant. IT A VINO leased the old Metro 1L poliliui Hotel promises, the public uro hero informed thnt I will keep a First Class Restaurant therein. Whero meals mav be had at all hours. I will also keep con stantly for sale, I'oultrv.l'isli, 4)4i.rfl, Oleiy. and other delicacies of tho season. I'ATKONACJK INVITED apr. 4. 71. JULIUS MARTIN Notice to Jax Payers. rniIF1'AX PAYERS of the town JL of Ureenvllle are hereby notl- neu mat me assessment roll orsnid town for tho present llseal veor is completed, and by order of the Town Ccuncil is on (llcat mv olllcc in my store on Washington avenue, and will reninin for thirty davs Irom ante ol this notieo subjoet to tho Inspection of s'aid tax pavers: all of whom, dissatisfied witli their assessment, are requested -'to file objection thereto for the consider ation aud determination of the Town Council. WM. MARSHALL. Clerk, September 5, 1874-3(M e. mo PEAt.EU IN Family Groceries, Coafactionries, (J A NED-FRUITS, riCKLl-.B & IMIBSKRVKS, WINKS k LKJUORS, TOBACCO & UIGAI.S. Also at ni v bar NlCKHT IlRTVKq are mixed by persons who know e.ucu,y uow mcy Biiouiu be prepar ed. Also are kept on hand. HAVANA CIGARS. of the richest fragrance. To those woo (icsiro a quell (Saloon, good Drinks, ami fine Cigars, wo say, Try my Saloon, On Mulberry Street, Greenville. Misslsshmi. July 5th, 1873-tf. CITY SAW MILLS. :o: Morgan & Piatt, t Manufacturers of CyprcssLuinbcr Of all descriptions, Nensoiicl Iiiuubcr OS HAND, AND LUMBER SAWED TO ORDKR,- AtSO SmnCLES AND PICKETS. Orders solicited and Promptly Filled. CASH PAIS F03 TDIEEB, Lumber at Reduced Prices - CAS!I- Greenville, . Mississippi, may 30.4.'!, Wetherfaee & Brown, Urixre, r-rwra &ri Crcs And ailtindj c.f Hechanie! Tools, Have opened at the OLD STAND OF A. B. Trigg 5c Co., And Juat received FULL STOCK OF THE FOLLOWIJTp GOODS : SAILS, LOCKS CF ALL KINDS, Horse Shoes and Horse Shoe Sails, Pocket and Table Cutlery, PISTOLS, l'LATEI) W'ATIE Chains of all kinds, POWDER and SHOT, Spades and Shovels, , All Liads of Wood and Wiilow Ware, PUMPS, And Pump Fixtures, Grindstones ami Fixtures. A full line of Housekeeping Articles BS5rWe invite the ladles to call and examine our complete stock as we-keep many articles for HOUSE KEEPING CSE. V Terms Positively Cash, Well Driving and nil kinds of Jol - Work done to order. seplO. NEW GOODS! fcs7We ore just now receiving a large nnd select stock of Fall and Winter Goods - ITA fino lot offj LADIES' AXD GEXTS' SHOES, Of Gents' lato stylo Hats, nnd' are daily expecting a full new supply of CLOTHING and DRY GOODS Which wo will sell at lowest CITSiucc holiiff burned out wc have rented tlio building on the north side of Washington avenue, NEXT TO Mcl.eau's Lively Stable. Which wo will occti)y until tlio noinplctiou of our Brick stoic, at our loriner stand. WEISH& GOLDSTEIN, sept. 19, '74. Jho. A. Pcale & Co ARE NOW OPEN IN ELLIOTT'S TIN-WARE STOEE, 1, it" Where -Ihef are selling clicajt SAWS IMnncH, 2Inlchots, And all kinds of CARPENTER'S TOOLS AXD BUILDERS HARD WARE A large quantity of NAILS ON MM September 10, 1871. L. WiLCZINSKI & CO IlKALUKH IN Dry Goods V AKD ailOCERIE BOOTS and SHOES, HAYS ANI CAPS, .""' AND - Plantation Supplies. IN OUR STABLE sept. 5, 1871. On Main Street. Livery & Sale Stable, AND 2T2S22D STORE. THE tinilorsignnd hereby announce to tlio public, that tlu-y have ta ken charge of thoir STABLE ON WASHINGTON AVENUE. Best of attention gtvcu to all STOCS ENTRUSTED TO THEM. STOCK forsulo on hand constant ly. -AT.Po- Corn, Hny, Outs, and Rinu, Public patronage is respectfully solicited. McLoan Bros, inch 20, 187H, - One lot corner Shelby street anil Washington avenue, fronting Mrs. Theobald's park. This U the haxJ somwt lot for 3 residence iu Green ville. One lot on Poplar st.-ett between Davis street and Washington ave nue, fronting eastwaid. A very p!eaant residence lot, vacant. Also HO acres of land 1J wiles ftwa Greeuriilc, about 4U acres of which are cleared fenced and In cultiva tion, the balance valuable timber and convenient to market. Aim whole or half interest iu plantation on Fi.-b Lake. Liberal Terms. L. B. VALLIANT. sept. 19, '74-3 ta. PROCLAMATION. Bo it ordained by the Town Council of Greenville, That a reward of OXE THOUSAND dollars (currency) lo and the same is hereby offered for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of the party or parties who on September 2d, 1874, set hre to the town of Green ville; and that upon the conviction of said party or parties before any compe tent court, the Town Treas urer bo and is, hereby in structed to pay said amount to the party holding a cer tificate from tho judicial of ficer before whom convicted thatlsaid informant is justly entitled to same. Adopted September 11,1874. JOHN II. NELSON, Mayor TRUSTEE'S SALE. By virtue and in pursuance of the provisions of a certain deed of trust executed to me on the 4th day of August, A. D. 1873, by John and Jennie I. Fawn for the use and benefit of Mrs. Olive IJ. Pollock, and which said deed of trust is re corded In Deed Book"F."xo.2 pages 182 and 183, of the record of ducdsof Washington county, Mississippi, and at tho reouest of Jno. Han way and Edward Kennedy the present holders of tho notes intended to be secured by said deed of trust, and for the payment of said uotcs, I will on t Monday tho 12th day of October, TV l(Jf I 1 4- . 1 . ft. mi t loft. eAfiosu lo sum ui lilt hicrhf-st bidder for rash, nnd At tlio door of the Court-Houso of said Washington county In (ireenvlllo, and witbln -tho lumrs prescribed by law, tho following described prop erty situated in said Washington county and State of Mississippi being the same property conveyed In said deed of trust, to-wlt: That certain lot of a-round boinir and lying in the town of Green ville, described os and consisting of tho "wept half of lot No. nine hi tho 2nd addition of the town of Greenville, measuring 209 feet on Walnut stret and 2u3 5-12 feet ou Locust stroot." I will convey only such title as Is vested in nie as such Trustee which Is believed to be good. ' M. KRETSCHMAR. sept. 6, 1874-5 w. Trustee. Commissioner's Sale. BY tlrtuo of a decree of the State of . Mississippi, render ed , ou December 4th, 1872, In tho jeaaa of JauiQS C. Ford, ot al vs. George S. Kauslcr, ct M, from tho Ohannwy Court of Hinds county, 1st district, I, tho under signed Commissioner, will, on the 19th day of October, 1874,' at the front (Wr of the Court House in Greenville, Washington county, sell at public auction,-to tho highest bidder for cash, the following property ! First and sep arately, the half in terest of Joseph Kauslcr in the lauds below descri bed; dncond, if necessary under tho decree, the half interest of Gcorgo b. Kauslcr In tho same lands. Tho lands are a tract lying partly in Washington nnd partly in Issaquena counties. In Wash ington are lot 8 in sec. 81; lots 4, 5, 6, in sec. 82, all iu town. 14, r. 5 west. In Issaquena county arc : All of sec, 5 ; lots 6, 7. 8, 18, 14, in sec. 6 ; the cast half of see. 7, and tho west half of sec. 8, all in 1. 13, r. 5 west. The whole tract being about 1777 92-100 acre?, more or Ices. AttCII Y McGEHEE, scp 12, 1874-6 Commissioner Commissioner's Salo. Statu op Mississippi,) Washington County, f , In Chancery, July Term, 1874. Joseph Hart ct als 159 vs. Mary A. Hinds ct al m. T)Y virtue of the final decree of tho Honorable Chancery Court In the above stated cause render- led at tlio above stated term, to wit: ou-Tiio ad day of August, 1874, 1 will, as special commission er in Chancery, expose to sale ot public outcry, to tlio highest and best bidder for cash, in front of the door of the Court House of said county and State, in the town of Greenville, , . On the 12th day of October, 1874, within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriffs' sales, the follow ing described tract of land, situa ted iu said county, and within two miles of tho town of Greenville, to wit : The west half of the south west tiuartcr of section Uveiitv- two, iu township pightceu, of range cigui west; or so much thereof as may bo ticecssarv to satisfy tho amount of said 'final decreo ond all costs of Ruit. ' The title to said land is believed to bo perfect, hut tho deed of said spe cial commissioner to the purcha ser will transfer such title only as may bo lawfully conveyed by lilm under said decree. GltAETON BAKER, Si'Cftia I Com minHon rr scp 12, 1S74-6-8W THE GREENVILLE 7U.ES, HOOK AXD JOB :o:- IS NOW FITTED TP WITH THE LATEST STYLES . OF PLAIN AND onEys&HssrTAi. JOB MATERIAL, -:o:- We are pre pared to ex ecute on short noiioo and in the most workmanlike 'manner ALL OF LA W HL ASKS. SUCH AS Warrants, . Mortgages, Liens, Contracts Deeds of Trust, Subpoenas, Briefs, c ALSO, Bill-Heads, Letter-Heads, Circulars, Business, Wedding And Visiting Cards rpilli Proprietors has dutoruilncd to JL employ none hnt TUB BEST WORKMEN, TIIKIIKKonK . Competition is Defied, "VTEW PRESSES, from the lionse of 1 R. 1IOK & CO., eaablo ns to turn out work an neatly and as quick ly as it can be done in ouy city west op cmcnmATi. A Mi OttllERS PROMPTLY FILLED ADDRKS8 The Greenville Times GREENVILLE, WASIIIIVGTOIV County, Mississippi. NATHAN Mulberry Street, II III BRANCH OF NATHAN BROXHl 341 ABB t2 WAtSCT Wholesale retail Dealers in foreign & &oia Liquors, Wines, Ales, Porter, Cigars, Pipes, &c, e. . jej-w " especial attention to our well selected stock of . - l Old Kentucky Bourbon Whisky, RHINE. PORT, SHERRY AXD MADEIRA WISES Guinesses' Porter, Bass St ME wan Ale SELTZER'S WATER direct from Seltier's Spring Germaiijl 1851 Old Lagarde Brandy, Old Ilolland qJ Select Brands of Imported Key "West & doW Cigars, CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACt Of the most favorite brands, and many other articles iu our line J numerous to mention. fWe conduct our business on a strict L" peraoce Basis," and should be happy to meet the crusaders to cw them of Uieir "folly." . . , i A HOME INSTITUTION With ample Capital, which ADJUSTS AND PAYS LOSSES PROMPTLY E. RICHARSON. Preside, M. A. VAN" HOOK, Seirctarj'. FATTTLY OROCEZIY STORE. WASIIINGTOX AVENUE, GREENVILLE MISS. ATTENTION FOND OF GOOD BATING! I am now In receipt of the largest aud best N assortment stuck of ' Groceries, Provisions m ikmi , Ever before offered iu ihis market. I keep tlie best Ir:o&I f Mma, ISresi! fUHt ISaC'OM) I have the largest lot of Corn Oats Bran & May in Tor Furs Western Csmsnt and Ilmo, j H6?To City Families, licstnurants, nnd Hoarding Houses-I can w keep the best assortment stock of fancy as well as staple Urocorle I have the purest of Mocho, Java, Curdovo anil Hlo (loftecs, have every variety of Hugar and can and will sell you cheaper than any pretended Wholesale House Itfour Clly. Call and see nie and satisfy yourselves j , ONE AND ALL. ! imSOO Dnshels Best 11. E. LEVY, WIIOLKSALE Mulberry Street Between Main and 'Washington Streets, j Croeavillo, SvSiss. J Groceries, Western Produce, Provision? . I beg to call the attention of the Merchants, Planters and ,1 1 1 ..... . 1 . uunu Kvuurniiy, 10 can varletl stock, which is jijr it. mrfresi, quality ttie niout relinlile ami j prices by fur tlio lowest ever ottered In this J Market. I buy my good direct from Manufacturers for CASH OS LY. I am enabled to noil them us 1 cheap as any dealer South ; of Bt. Louis; and re- . ' spectfully (uvlte ' I country. "'"' . I Merchants, Planters and tho X'uMie TO examine my stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere, 1 will from audnfter this dute oll'er for cash, ut the lowest inwp' above St. Louis figures. Comprising 200 bids. Flour, 100 half bi?, Flour. Consisting of the 'choicest and most reliable brands, iiiclusi'-f ; ' Po8tel,s "Mnscoutah Star." 200 hbls. K. I). Meal ; 100 M Mess Pork i Sugar, Syrup, and Molasses ; Full-, :hoicc, Collee A. P !t dered and Granulated ; l'rlmo Molasses lu barrels nnd half barrel'--Cho ce Golden Syrup in barrels aud 5 gullon Kegs expresslyH mmily use; Choice plain and canvassed Sugar Cured Hams ; "( Brands" Breakfast Bacon; Dried Ityef and Tongues. Large stock . Bacon, Clcarsldjg ond Shoulders, continually In stock. Teas and Co' fee. Rio besi qualities, also Java Teas, Gunpowder, Oolong and IropA Goods. I have the mnet complete stock ever offered in this Mart comprising everything In tho line of Best Fruits and Vegetoblo. Farrf ly Lnrd, Choice in Tierces Kegs and Tails Mlso various other artlcl( almost too numerous to mention. And In conclusion would respectfoj ly call particular attention to Planters that I have eifee.ted arraiif men ts, and my faolllties are such as to enable mo to ofler by far bet" inducements than any other house this side of St. Louis to purc lmf", of feed. As I am lust In receipt of a large consignment of COB OATS, and BRAN from New Madrid, Mo., and will keep same thee -tiro season at lowest Market quotations. Thanking tho public for If) eral patronage bestowed lu the past season, I ask a continuance of eaK In future. . . .... f , B6TCholce Stock of WINES, LIQUItS, TOBACCO and ClOAF. kept constantly on hand. I Respectfully, apr.4,1874. 1 ' ELI BUTLER, 8ILTSB8MITII, 1 OREEJSVItLE, MISS. RESPECTFULLY Informs the public that he is prepared to re pair Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, In the most perfect manner, guar anteeing satisfaction iu all cases. August 27, 1870-qr. POHL Alexander Block. BTBEET, ClSACISSATTl eai .'Omce corner State and W streets JacksJU, Miss. Aathuriiied eajtltal SSOttt fllHflra fvnitiof l.u.una - on dwellinir houses. t'J i r and ware houses, gin h" Ljiu, merchandise, cotton, etaJ . WfeJXTIIE PLANTERS :Uf&4rV.'0ne,per ccnt. loss tt: ' -.1 i " i i EVERYUODY i R31U Flout. Pittsburg Coal For Sale anu examine my luree ami t undoubtedly in point of vu- CaDii'i R. E, LEVY. ics sc: : ICS j Having received mv ICE half I am uow prepared to H rrdcr: ft V3r rv ICE both from Greenville nml from'' country., J Owing to lianl times awl thM duccd number of rngulnr put rot I will not be lib e to de liver i- Jiiii("27 I. ISKNBE1K1-!