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IVICT (AITSDIT BT TDK BLLSniXU COJUFAST. BAUXEUPT SALS. uceof a decree rendered let Court of the United ie Southern District of tt Jackson in Mid Dis ednesday tbe 7th day 1874. Id the matter of ., Bankrupts, the un ssiguee of geelig & Co. to tell to the highest rash, at tbe door of the iu the town ol Green- f :Ui7r DiMttr. 1874. tig described property I of said Beellg Co., Lto-wit: Lot No. 15 of measuring M feet on t by 13-5 feet deep, and i 14 of Blockfi, measur t on Main street by 170 II of said property being the town of Greenville, ashlngton and Htateof I; also the following de perty and estate situate vii of Barnard, In the , Chicot and State of Ar id described a follows, )ne lot of ground with warehouse on the same, I lying in lot 4, in square iiiting M feet on front running back 112 feet on eel. bit of which said ill be sold under said de Id court, wherein Hirsch ere the petitioners, and ld on said day between prescribed by law. OB ALEXANDER, l-iili'-tds. Assignee. Sale. of Mississippi, ) jftou County. $ agton Circuit Court, to (Msrcn term, 1875. soiiuciti, sfleld, adni'r., jlnrrav, and iders & Co. ne of the above execution, rected, I shall expose to , at the door of the Court Greenville, within the Wrihed by law, to the Jdder, for cash, on the 1st f December next, all the 'e and interest of the de f . J. McMurrny in aud to jrlng described property, 10, 8econd Addition Town ;ille. ne having been levied up property of the defendant Murray, and will lie sold to rfnititilt ' claim aud all t v i wivui nw (1' of Wellington County. W. H. Smith, D. 8. WIRTH I NET BE ACER AND -KKAMCR IN LiiuU nf Knrnituri), Muttr'sscs I, atu'ctul attention (mill to nil roiialis, all kliulsul Mattress to order. St. botwoon Wasbbig'on A v. (lliElSNVILLK, MISS, 1S73-CIU. ft &. Sale Stable, AND ED DTOXIE. c mlorstgned hereby announce Ilio public, that tuoy have ta rge or tnuir GTABLB A8HINGTON AVENUE. of atteution glveu to all OTOCH THUS TED TO THEM. EK for sale on hand constant- ' ALSO liar, Oats, and Bran, l'uinio paironnge is respectfully solicited. HoLoaa Bros, . 1873. 2, NEW AND COMPLETE I 8UPPLV OF DRUGS t JUST RECEIVED r C. WHITE'S. o - fmbroclng every article usually called for to. uge, LXcdieinca, 1 S0AP8, y Articles cr.d Liquors. August 20, 1874. CALC3M! NNEDY & HANWAY. Bestet WES $ L1Q UORS, i'ure Havana uignrs, California Wines, Lager 'Bobr, Ect. w Street, next to Wcuhinatnn old, ureenviuc, Mm, (ocUio) W. H BERRY 1PCMTCD jr. RininrR II fc.ll I L.II Ub UUILULII' t 2SPECTFITT.LY lafnrmi Uia nnh i lie that he has opened a shop on n Street, near the river, and is Hired to furnish material, and a, or no any kind of jobbing or .tiring by contract or day. wh, Doors and Hinds for sale. lans of specifications for build maae to oruur , atr-12 If VOL. 7. GREEPmiXE, WASHINGTON CO., Crait ui the Etrse Dtakr. j Trvm th tliicap TribnM. Among the enterprising citizens who contributed to the 61 Louis State Fair was Mr. Dillon of Nor mal (near Bloomlngton, Illinois), who is a dealer in Norman horses, thick of limb and broad of beam. Mr. Dillon baa recently imported a number of those animals from Europe, and bad a six-in-hand team attached to a ponderous ve hicle on the fair grounds. Driving around the course, the horse fan cier met old Sum Buckniaster of Ibis State aud induced Li in to ac- ccpt a scat in hi caravau. They drove several times, around the track, and were the observed of all observers, but finally Mr. Buck master, seeing two gentlemen ap proaching, said: "There comes the President; I must get out and meet him." "The President I" exclaimed Dillon, " why, he's just tbo man I want to see. I waut to get hold of a man that is a good judge of horse flesh. Which is the Presi dent ?' The gculleman in dark clothe carrying the umbrella," said Sam. "Hello!" cried Dillon to the stranger ; " come here ; I waut to see yon." The gcutlomaa with the umbrel la approached smilingly and took Dillon by the hand, supposing that he was some acquaintance of other days. "What do yon thiuk of my team?" entd Dillon. " They do very well," said the gentleman in dark clothes. "Jump iu and let mo show yon their pace. Bring your friends along," slionted Dillon. "You must excuse mc," said the stranger. "I don't want to be conspicuous." , " Conspicuous bod d I " replied Dillon. " Get iu hero and let me give yon a rido behind these horses." " No, no," cried he of the um brella, "I must be going." " D n it, man, why tho devil don't you get in? 1 won't cat you t " said tho horse fancier. At this the stranger nnd friend turned abruptly away, aud were lost In tlio crowd. "Well," exclaimed Dillon to Buckniaster, who stood by dumb founded, "don't that bent hell! Just to think that the President of one-horse Missouri fair refused to rido behind my team. What a d n sop he must be ! " "President of tho fair!" Buck master shouted in anntzo; "yes, It docs beat hell. Don't you know who that was?" "No," replied Dillon; "you told mo ho was tho President." "So ho is the President," re joined Buckmtstcr, "but not of tho fair. Why, tnrcly you knew him?" - " I'll bo hanged if I did," Dillon said. " I was sure he was Prcsl dent of this fair." , . " Oh, Lord t this Is too much ! " cried Sam. "Why that was the President of the United States I" Dillon grew very rod in the face and slowly gasped forth : " Was that-Grant?" " Certainly, it was Gen. Grant." Dillou caught up his reins, dropped his whip, and exclaimed, Will ' NfM Sahib 8wmtere4 f the British Aatharlties. Nena Sahib, tho leader of the great revolt against the British iu the hast Indies, has been surren ilcrcd by tbe Maharajah of Scin dia. It is understood that a letter from Nena to tho Maharajah ask ing protection first revealed the whereabouts of the chieftain and led to his capture In his confes sion to the political asrout the dHh- oncr declared that he was the fa mous Nona Sahib, admitted that he took a leading part in the mu tiny, but Heuicd that ho had anv tiling to do with the Cawnpore massacre. Ho gave an interesting account of his subsequent wander mgs in llhootam, Assam and Ba reily. Tho prisoner, however, af ter making this confession, sought to witudraw it. Physicians have examined him, and express a doubt as to his identity, because his sp pcaranco is too youthful. A sur- gcou who-was in Cawtmoro at the time of the revolt and often saw Nena Sahib, failed to recognize the prisoner as the man. Other witnesses havo been summoned. The Maharajah of Scindla at first sought to have it stipulated that the man's life should be spared, but he afterwards surrendered him unconditionally to the British, who placed him in irons. Bala brother of Nona Sahib, has also been captured. V ChaKery Catrt. The following is a synopsis of the business done at the last term of the Chancery Court of Wash ington county, which closed last Saturday night : William II. Bolton wis appoint ed Administrator ad litem to mi nor heirs of B. Hauway, in case of John Ilanway vs. Thomas Graney. Bank of Kentucky vs. Matt. F. Johnson; Commissioner's report confirmed. Vincent Adams vs. Mary Adams Divorce granted. Board of Levee Commissioners ve. All. Persona, Ac. Decree of condemnation set aside as to cer tain lands, taxes and damages bar- ,.)g been paid thereon. " W. B. Wheatly vs. 4. E. Penrice et al ; order of Chancellor in va cation confirmed. In the matter of the estate of John A. Miller1; action of clerk in issulug letters in vacation confirm ed. Same in matter of estate of C. F. Meisuer, and Louisa Meis ner appointed guardian of minor heirs of C. F. Meisuer. Marks Eckstono vs. Emma Ech- stone. Divorce granted. Iu the matter of the estate of II II Lee, deceased ; E K Stafford ap pointed guardian ad litem for mi nor heirs ; the estate of said dece dent declared insolvent, aud the administrator ordered to sell real estate thereof. N II Leavenworth vs J P Van- saut, et al ; cause set for hearing ex parte as to defendants, and up on hearing injunction perpetuated Laura Johnson re Silas Johnson Divorce granted. In the matter of Siiiou Mitchell a lunatic, action of clerk confirmed In the matter of petition of A C West for letters of administra tion npon estate of Virglnlus O West, deceased, petition granted. John Kanatzer vs E P Byrne ; leave granted complainaut to with draw deed, etc. Sobort Davis vs Adallne Davis. Divorce granted. J W Piles, Superintendent, Ac. vs. S Myra Smith, etal; cause dis missed at complainant's cost. T M Slranunluiu vs Ann Shan nahan, et al; bill of complaint aud allegations taken for confess ed, &c, nnd T. O'Connor appoint M guardian ad litem of minor heirs of Dan'l Shonuahan, dee'd. K Stafford was appointed a Commissioner of the Chancery Court, nuno pro tunc. Hewitt, Norton & Co. vs. A. J Phelps ft wife; decree iu favor of defendants Phelps ft wifo. D F Hunt et al vs N Merrill et al ; E K Stafford appointed guard ian ad litem of minor defendants. Mary Bella Blackburn vs 6 W Mitchell et al ; judgment in favor of complainant for 96504 against estate of John S. Fisher, deceased E K Stafford appointed commis sioner to execute decree. J W Piles. SuDeriiitendent Pnh. lie Education, vs Marshall Burdett ucmurrer overruled and leave granted defendants to appenl to supreme Court. In the matter of irnardianKliln nf Clarence P and Mary L Leo, mi nora, B w fcrgusou appointed guaraiau. Iu the matter of the estate of J Smith, deceased : action nf tao Clerk In vacation confirmed. Board of Levee Commissi nnnri vs All Persons; report received ana . . Stafford, com'r dischrgd. J W Harrow vs Babclla a Jnhti- SOn et al, E K Stafford appointed guardian ad lltum aud partition granted ; W A Haycraft, D B Boll aud C Warficld appoint ed commissioners of partition. Kichard Burdett vs George P Bairno. et al. final decraa plalnont. J B Bell vs N TNelintcv decree pro confesso taken against all defendants except N T Nelson, wno was granted leave to answer. Thos J B Turner vs Sam Brown ft Co. et al : EK Stafford annolnt. ed guardian ad lltum for minor aercnaants. C W Lewis vs W B Bewick et al ; decree for complainant for the value of four and a half bales of cotton. Wm Steven vs D B Bell et al, final decree for complainants. B F Bay vs J A C Shrsder, final decroe for complainant. Bailie B West vs AC West ; de murrer sustained, bill dismissed. In tho matter of the guardian' ship of B F James, minor, annual repert of T W Powell approved. Worthington, Buckner ft Co vs SB Dunn et ar, final decree tor complainants. Wm H Stevens vs It S Cooper, adm'r; deoree for complainant. la the matter of the guardian ship of Caroline and Louisa Pen ny, minors, Mrs. Amelia C Penny appointed guardian of said minors c llenrr Verdelette vs G R ft E A Fall, complaint relinquished and renounce right of appeal. T M febannanan vs Ann enan- nahan. decree of partition order ed, aud N B Johnson, James Tier- uay and John Ilanway ordered to make said partition. Joseph Hart et al vs Mary Hinds et al ; report of commissioner of sale confirmed. Edward Euos vs Jacob Alexan der et al, motion to dissolve in junction set for hearing. j j jHciiurray vs j ltoscnneia and O Winslow, injunction dissol ved at complainant's cost. Iu the matter of the petition of Mary L Morgan and Albert C Morgan, minors, for compromise of suit, petition granted. Eaw raker Jack hterriewH . Ulaailet WUllaBS, Cwratpondaae of Mm 81. Louis BrpubUeaa There is McClurc Poker Jack they call him a perfect type of the Arkansas carpet-bagger. The best illustration I can give of Mc Clure's character is by describing an interview between him aud Attorney-General Williams last winter, after the Administration had acted in favor of Baxter. Mc- Clur,e came to Washington with his blue eyes full of blood. Tbe opinion of the Attorney General had struck him iu the region of the diaphragm, and to say he was mad would be to draw it very mild, lie went up to the Depart ment of Justice and demanded to see Williams. That functionary received him. "I am Chief Justice McCluro, of Arkansas," ho began, " and I havo read your opinion on the case recently decided by the Pres ident. Now, sir, I wish to say that the papers on which yon ba sed your opiniou and which you refer to as having been certified to yon by the clerk of my court are either forged or garbled." " What do you say, sir? " asked the astonished Attorney-General. lie had been accustomed to the behavior of the lackey on the part of the traditional carpet-bagger, but here was one playing the bully. It was Incomprehensible to the Attorney-General. " I say, sir," replied the imper turbable McClurc, "that I believe those papers are either forged or that new matter lias been Interpo lated In them ; and I txy, further, sir, that tho reputation of your department, and the known char aetcr of yourself Incline me to the belief that these fraud havo bceu enacted in your ofllce and by your instigation or connivance" " What do you menu, sir," gasp ed the breathless Williams. "I mean just what I say," rc plied McClure, still cool as a re frigerator, " and I want to see the originals of those papers which you claim havo bcou certified to you by the clerk of my court." "I have scut them to the Senate, sir," said Williams. "You talk like a man who is lying," said McClure. "Iu fact, sir, I believe you aro lying. Not to put too fine a point upon it, you are ad d liar, sir. Original papers are never sent to the Sen ate or tho House except upon spe cial demand for them. The reso lution . of the Senate in regard to those papers called for copies, and copies were sent. You do not wish me to see the originals, sir, for fear that I will detect the in terpolations that have been per petrated in your ofllce. I believe you have bceu bought up in this matter, sir." At this Williams turned nnd left the room. His chief clerk then came up to McClure and said, " I regard your remarks as a personal insult to myself." . "Go to hell," said McClure "Yon don't know the difference between an insult and an apology. There is not a man in this depart ment who is capable of resenting anything. Dan'l talk to me at all, sir." Then Poker Jack stroked his long beard, walked up aud down the room a few minutes, and iuu iua leave Out at Ska. Mr, C. Mcrrlrann exhibited his peculiar life-saving dress off the Battery Thursday. It is a rubber boat reaching to the waist, with rubbef Shim, with gloves and hood attached. Mr. Merrlman slipped on tho drew over his ordinary clothos, inflated it, and was in tho water in less three minutes. Then he lay on the water, a picture of what the ambitfous bnll-frog might have been had it really blown itself up to the size of the ox. Paul Boynton sailed on (ho 10th instant, in the Quoen, with one of Mr. Merriman's suits, and was to quit the vessol off the Irish eoast aud swim to tho shore of England uualdod. On hor return voyage he will quit the ship two hundred miles from Sandy Hook and float uutll picked up. New York Sun. : t MISS., SATURDAY, NOV. 11, 1HM. iilzot's insirerta the Scientists. No one will be surprised to learn that M. Guizot. when drawing np his last instructions to bis family, wished to preface them by a dec laration of his Christian faith. Tho first page of his will reads thus: "Idie in the bosom of the Reformed Christian Church of France, and iu which I congratu late myself ou haviusr been born. In reinaintug always with her I exercised tbe liberty of conscience which she allows her members iu their relations with God,, and which she herself invoked in es tablishing Jierself. I examined, I doubted I believed the strength of tho human mind was sufficient to solve the problem presented by the uuivcrso aud man, and that the strength of the human will was sufficient to regulato man's life ac cording to its law and its moral end. After bavin;? long lived, act ed and reflected, I remained and still remain convinced that the universe and man are neither of them sufficient to explain and reg ulate themselves naturally by the mere force or fixed laws which preside over them and of the hu man wills which are brought into play. It is my profouuu belief that God, who created the uni verse and man, governs aud pre serves or modifies them, whether by those general laws which we call natural laws, whether by spe cial acts, which we call supernatu ral, emauating like the gcueral laws from his perfect and free wisdom and from his infiuito pow er, wulcn ne lias enauicu us to rec ognize iu their efleets and forbids us from Being acquainted with in their essence and desigu. I thus returned to tho conviction in which I was cradled, always firmly attached to the person aud liberty which I have received from God, and which are my honor as well as my right on tne eartn, but agatu feeling myself a child in God's bands, aud sincerely resigned to so large a share oi ignorance and weakness, i bcitove in uod and adore him, without attempting to comprehend him. I see hfm pres ent and acting not only in the per manent government or tne uni verse, and in the Innermost life of men's souls, but in tho history of human societies, especially in tne Old aud New Testaments monu ments of the Divine revelation and action by the mediation aud sacrifice of our Lord Jesus Christ for the sulvatlou of the human race. I bow before the mysteries of the Bible aud the Gospel, aud 1 hold alool irom seientinc discus sion and solutions by which men havo .attempted to explain them. 1 trust that God. permits ine to call myself a Christian, and 1 am convinced that iu tho light which 1 am about to cuter we shall fully discern the purely human origin and vanity 01 most ot our aisBeu sious here below 011 divine things, Grant's Protection to Rascals. From Don Piatt's Capital. Said tho lato General Ilillycr: " I asked tho President if it was truo that Williams had taken the contingent fund to purchaso his wife a carriage ? Ho replied that such seemed to be the fact. ' When I heard of it I got Bnbcock to look into it, and I bclievo it is so.' 'Then, Mr. President, ho will bo defeated.' 'Oh, no!' he replied, quietly, 'I shall not withdraw his name." This Is only ono Instance out of hundreds. From tho first hours of his executive existence, when he sold tho official patronage of this District to Baylcs J. Bowen to reimburse said Bowen for the loss of $25,000, until the present moment, ho has bceu the associate of roughs and the patron of rogues, the recipient of gifts which ho paid for in office, tho supporter of his owu incapable family at the public treasury, and all with a self-satisfied complacency worthy a born Bourbon. "Why, General Schonck," he said to that distinguished gentle man, who - was remonstrating with him lor putting an incapable person in ottlco ovor Sehcnck's head "Why, General Schcnck, do you know that the man you object to Is a relative of mine ? " Of eourso, what more could bo saiur It will bo interesting to Episco palians to know, as we learn on good authority, that a wenlthy gentleman of New York has offer ed Bishop Quintard to build for the University of tho South a li brary in ovcry respect the equiva lent or tbo college at rruiccion, New Jersey. The offer has been accented, and is onlv one of many that will flow hi upon the indefat igable friend or tne groat en tor prise. Memphis Appeal. A correspondent of the Memphis Appeal, who has bceu traveling in Texas, says that the laud he passed over cast of Kaufman couuty is so poor that I t will not raise goober pens, aud tho timber so small that it takes two trees to make a rail cut. The Hinds County Gazette of the 6th November saysi "Good lands lying in tho lowor part of this county were sold by the County Administrator last week at from 20 to fiO cents an acre. TIicm) lands, when we had good government and honest taxation, were sold at from $8 to $15 per acre. ttitra 1 C eufrdrrated Ilotnr. I have heard au amusing account of a recent attempt to establish a " confederate homo." In London five families, possessing small in comes, united in the establishment of a common home. A large house in the Bloomsbury region was ta ken for the purpose, and the ar rangements for the regulation of the household wero made with the utmost care and precision. There was to bo a common dining room, in which all tho meals of tho household were to bo taken, and each family had a set of room?, which it was to furnish and ar range as suited its owu conveni ence. lhere was to be one cook for the wholo household, and a couple of servants to do the other work. The experiment was com menced, and for tho first day or two matters went well enough. Before a week had "passed, how- eve?, it became evident that to govern a confederate home would be nearly as difficult as to manage an Irish parliament. The five fam ilies could never agree as to what they should cat and drink. The dinner, especially, was a standing subject of dispute, and the conse- qtieuce was that the kitchen be canio a scene of constant wrang ling betwecu the cook and her fivo mistresses. The other servants also found it impossible to meet the commands of their associated mistresses. Five bells would fre quently bo ringing at tho same time, aud one family would com plain that they were being ueglcc- ted, aud ;bat auothcr was receiv ing uiiduo atteution. Then tho children of the different families would qnarrol. Of course cacti mamma was sure that her darling were not the causo of the disturb ance. In short, beforo a few weeks had passed the confederated homo became what tho party who told mo the story called tho " confede rated discord," aud had to bo bro ken np. The rrtJpect f Cotton Trices. While freely sending their cot ton to market, planters hio dis appointed at the dccllno in prices from the very first week in the season, nnd arc anxious to know when tho downward movement is to stop, Tho answer to this is when tho rush of cotton to the market decreases. If tho Liver pool demand would becomo more lively ; if the Eustcru mills would rcsuino working full time; if spec ulators, attracted by low prices, would buy with increased free domany or all of theso things would undoubtedly cause sonic Improvement in prices ; but a per manent and substantial ndvatico can be hoped for only from de creased rocclpts. Putting aside the general depression of trade, which of eourso involves tho cot' ton market in its ndverso influen ces, tho cotton trado is mainly governed by circumstances pecu liar to Itself. The most prominent event of tho cotton market so fur during the present season, has boon the fall receipts, surpassing those of several years past ; and there being no especially favoring occurrence to neutralize the effect of increased receipts, decreased prices follow as darkness follows sunset. As we write, however, a ray of fight that may be the har binger of a brighter state of things, breaks across tho gloom. The commercial week j ust closed shows a check 011 receipts. Every week, until the ono just closed, had n larger receipt of cotton thnu the week preceding it ; tho past week's receipts, for the first time since the opening of the season On the first of September, were smaller in amonut than those of the week preceding. Tho decrease frotn the week before was t at tho United States ports, 6331 hales ; at Mem phis, 987 bales. Together with the decrease in receipts there has Dceu somo improvement in prices. New. York had declined every week, for the past seven weeks. to a price lower than tho preceding wcea iasi woeit tno decline was arrested ; last week showed . as high figures as the week before. New Orleans underwent nearly the samo scrios of declines ; this week the decline has stopped, the price being tho same at the close as at tho close of the week botore. In Memphis tho overape weekly prices show a decline every week, from the opening of the season downward until tho last week, when the average price was slight ly higher than that of tho week before. Tho facts we point out aro of interest, especially to tho owners of cotton : Mid us far ns can be judged under tho present asnect of thlnirs. cannot but have a favorablo Influence on the mark et to tbe advantage of tho future prices of cotton. Memphis Ap peal, November 8. HSWH "J The next Congress will stand : Democrats, 172; Republicans, 08 ; Liberal Republicans, 5. Showing a Democratic alu of 87 members, j NO. 1.1. $20, ,000 WORTH OF GOODS JCST RECEIVED BY J. LENGSFIELD, Dealer in Flour, Bacon, Lard, Meal, Corn, Sugar, Coffee, TIoln.H.Hc, Tobacco, Tiu aud Wooden Ware, SHOES, AND NOTIONS, CROCKERY, Jug and Glass Ware. Greenville ..........Mississippi. J3TI want it distinctly under stood that ho who undersells me will have to "GET UP AND DUST." 8opt. 12, 1871 Beat and Shoe Store. I HAVE just received a large stock of BOOTH AND SIIOKS, Of best quality aud latest styles. And have seen red one of tho brick buildings now being built by I, Isenberg. on Mulberry St., where I will deal In boots and shoes ex clusively. Until this store is com pleted. Customers are invited to call at mv store corner of Wash ington and Locust sts. (iiTI also havo a choice stork of liy Goods, Groceries, etc., cheap for cash. nov7,'71. T.Goodman. NEW BUTCHER SHOP. Washington avenue, between Mul berry and Locust, JiEEF, POUK AND MUTTON always ou hnnd, cheap as tho cheapest. Highest, market prleo paid for UOOU 1IEK' CATTLE, Hogs, Sheep and Milch Cows. A share of public patronage soiieneii. C AMI PAID rOll IIIDKis. nov7 A P KEESKCKEIt JffOTICE TO THE OP Mississippi, Louisiana & Arkansas. (JiTl lierebv inform my friends and patrons dint I have just receiv ed a largo slock of Gin Fixtures, such a Gin Saws, Boxings, Urates &c I am prepared .to filo and Replace Gin Stowa, Till and repair all kinds of OIN1 11 It IT'M IIEB, At tho plantation or u tiny shop 011 Popular St., between Washington Avonuo and Main streets, Greenville, Mississippi. Terms Cash, Verms Cash! WM. . 11. JIAICIIIKUX Juno 6, 1871. niHunviii Gin-Wright Greenville Restaurant. HAVING leased tho old Metro tiolitan Hotel iii'einlsns. thp public are here informed that I will keep a First Class Rastaurant therein. Where meals tun v be had at all hours. 1 will also keep con stantly foe sale, Poiiltrr. Flah. Ovktera. Olery. and other delicacies of the season, PATROffAOK I3fVfTEtl 01)1'. 4. '74. JULIUS MAKTIjX E. ENOS SKA LIB IN Faailj Groceries, Oonzoctlosiriefs, CANED-FRUITS, PICKLK8 & PRESERVES, . WINES & LKJUORS, TOBACCO & CIGARS. Also at mv bar - NICEST DRINKS aro mixed by persons who know CXaCtlv linW t.lllV h!iAIM lu nrnnnr. ed. Also are kept on hand. HAVANA CIGARS. of the richest fragrance. To those-' wno ucHire n quen naioon, gnoti jsriunB, auu une uRars, we say, Try my aloon. Ou Mulberry Street. Greenville. Mlsslssinnl. July 5th, 1878-tf. Sells all kinds ot Liquors, by the Gallon or Bottle Cheaper and belter than any house in town, GicOtiviUe.Kipt. in, 1874. 1 PROFESSIONAL. F. & L. 11. VALLIAXT, A TT OltKEYS AT LAV GREETS VILLi, MIPS. Practice in Washington and !? tit-im counties, ami in tbe ITultni States Coin Is at Jacksor. ai!i CIHS. W. CLARKE. joiix w. imuiw. C LABEL' SHIELDS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW On Walnut street, near the Court' House Greenville, Mian. W. A. 1IAYCKAFT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Real Estate A seat. GREENVILLE, - . . MISS Makes the payment of taxes, rcdcn. tion, sala and leasing of lands a speciality. W. A I'KliCY. w. 0. TEROr TERCY & YJSROER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW OttEENVILI.E, MISS. W. K. TK1CU. D. M. BUCKNEK . TKIGG &BUCKNER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, (inrvwinr uni Ofllce In New Hank lluilding, Mala Binfi up-sinirs. g W. FEK0U8ON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, , WILL TRACTICE in the Courts of Tallinn. (?uilntnit ltnlir Washington and Issaquena Counties. uiiu auomi 10 1 ue sale, purchase and leasing of plantations aud payment 01 taxes. - . . W. U. l'hl.t. Jiuhus Bklnorr. Placlp & Skinner, ATTORNEY 8ATLAW Greenville, RIw. tfSr Will nrnnt lni tn M.a IT B Courts, Supreme Court and tho Courts of WaHliiiigtoii, Ilollvar and Sunflower Counties. oct. 3.74, r. X. UONTUOMRUY. . n.MOOM. 1I0NTG0ME1Y & U0C23, ATTORNEYS 'AT LAW, RmRTON, Bolivar county, Miss.- W. 8. PARISH, ATTORNEY AX LAW Maykusvillk, Issnqucnit f'osmty, !InImII, October 3,'74-n!). E. C. HUCGINS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, KRKKNVtM.K, M 188., WILL riiACTICE In the United tStiitrs Courts mid the Snprcnie Court nf tin) HI 11 to, mid Ilio Circuit nil Cham ery Cimr's of Washington, Ilollvar and Sniillowi r counties, ami "ttmid to cusor 'm tho Magixtratt'S Conrts. die7,lt73-tf ' Dit.N.C. Skinner, OfFIUtS HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO THE Citizens of Greenville - tn ir " County at Larso. - Okfjck at hU dwelling on Main Street. may "a, 1874. DR. ALEXAtlDltTS SRUQSTO&S. TTAS been re-opened in Elliott's Tin-Shop on Washington Av. livery drug in his store is" perfect ly fresh, nnd warranted pure, ami ho gives his personal ntlt ntion l. the preparation and sulo of his drugs, lie ran 1o found at his store day ond night, ready to serve his old irleuils and customers. Greenville, September 19, '74-8m. D R. J. L. YOUNG Having located in OrccnvIHe, respectfully informs the citizens thereof nnd Burrmi tiding country that he is prepared to attend to ail the duties appertaining io his pro fession. Those favoring him with their patronage may ruxt aosured that (heir work will be done in the most thorough aud skillful manner and none but the best of materials used. Ofllco at the residence of W. B. Wheal ley, near the Court House. Parties desiring to be visited at their residences In the country, will leave word nt the office or at Finloyls Drug Store. octl7-Um Worthington, Buckner & Go BANKERS, , GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI. Transact a General Banking Business. Collections made and proceeds remitted, on day received BUY and sell on commissions all kinds Bonds, Scrip and war rants. nidi 22, 1873. KRETSCHMAR & FAE3AJ?, - BsAiTELTillO. OllEENVIM.K, atlas. DEAMIKS IN EXCSAXCE, I50XM &r?f It. Oelleotiena Hal sal Frotssa tK"j Liberal livtztx Hl-'j ca C latere Cxi M TIsm E.-;:;j Special AUentlim Given to Y" . Junelf r. t of Tires Root' C Ntpi.