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PROFESSIONAL. . . AX. B. VALLIANT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Emu Tauasma cwunr. BAKEmutl SALS. tnceof decree rendered rtct Court of the United he Southern District of at Jackson In said Oi fednesdsy the 7th day 'lS74. In the matter of x, Bankrupts, the un ssiguee of Seelig A Co 1 to aell to the highest cash, at the door of the in the town ot Green- 3kiayf Dse-assr, 1874, ng described property I of aaid Beelijr Co., towlt: Lot No. 15 of V, measuring Mi feet on t by 135 feet deep, and I 14 of Block 5, measur 4 on Main street by 170 II of said property being tha town of Greenville, ashington and Bute of ; also the following de perty and estate situate rn of Barnard, in the Chicot and State of Ar id described as follows, )ne lot of ground with warehouse on the same, lying In lot 4, In square Hiting 50 feet on front tinning back 112 feet on eL all of whloh aaid ,11 be sold under said de d court, wherein Hlrsch ire the petitioners, and id on aaid day between trmeribed bv law. B ALEXANDB, n!2-tds. Assignee. ;c STORE. ITINI-AY Ac CO. DEAIJT.S IK RUGS AND iDICIIJES, 1EBY, TOILET 80AP8, Oils, Dyes, GUM. ' ALSO AUD ZUZmtAL laght and in Bottles. Washington Avenue and 31 ulborrv streets, GREENVILLE. UIHTH, incT hakeb I AND lOLBTERGD. DIALER IK inds of Fnrnltnre, ifattiysses aneeial attention psiuio an epalrs, all kinds of Mattress order. !t. between Washington Ay. OREENVILLE, MISS, 73-6ra. $T& Sale J AND & Sale Stable, 2D OTOXIS. ndenlgnei) hereby snnonnce te publlo, that tuuy nave (a- e of their STABLE SHINGTON AVENUE. attention given to all I DTOCH WrI-RD TO THEM. I for sale on hand constant- c ALSO lay. Oats, and Bran, fubllo patronage Is Wectfully solicited. lIoLoan Broo 1873. KXW AND CCmSTS SUPPLY OF i n u c G rUBT RECEIVED C.WHITE'S. ibractng every article flually called for Ac. 33, IXedlolaes. V BOAPt!, Articles and Liquors, August 29, 1874. SALOON! iEDY & HANWAY. I Bestcl ES $ LIQUORS, (ure Havana cigars, Vlifornift Wines, Wer Beer, Ect. Xtreel, next to Wathington 6 I, Oreenville, Mii. tocuwj A. FULTON, BLACKSMITH, .XiBilthlBi aad Horse I Skocurg ALL MANNER OF . Mne and Boiler rk done expeditious and t skillfully. 1 hop on Mulberry street A Washington avenue, nvllle, Nov. 7, 1874-ly. 111 vol. y. PROCEEDINGS OF TEE E31E9 CF OTESflSGSS of WuMagtoa Coumty, lfb-jHips4. Gbuxtuu, Mm., Not. IS. UH. This being a special meeting of the Board of Supervisors of Wash ington county, State of Mississip pi, said Board met this day at the Court House of said county, in the town .of Greenville, in obedi ence to the following notice, which was published in the Greenville Times, a public newspaper printed and published in the town of Greeuville, county of Washington in said State, for one week pre vious to said meeting, to wit: Board Of Supervisors Special Meeting. ' The nndersis-ned. members of the Board of Supervisors of Wash ington county, Mississippi, hereby call a special meeting of said Board to be held at the Court House in Greenville on Monday, November 18, 1874. v Wesley Fields, nov7-2t R. G. Sims. And there were present : RG Sims, momber Wesley Fields, " B T Worthington, " O Winslow, Sheriff Wm U Bolton, Clerk Absent : W H Jewell, President Tobias Bailey, member On motion of Mr. Fields Mr. R. " was elected President pro I s Board then proceeded n liens. be matter of licenses to re tail liquors granted to E J Bryan and Cowan k Richardson ; Whereas, E J Bryan and Cowan k Richardson filed in the office of the Clork of this Board on the 10th day of October last, petitions in the requisite form and with the requisite number of signatures praying that license to retail li quors be granted to the said Bryan and the said Cowan k Richardson and they having filed bonds in the penalty and with tho conditions prescribed by law, with E J Bryan and John C White as sureties on the boud of Cowan k Richardson and L B Cowan and W II Harvey as sureties on tho bond of E Bryan, which bonds and sureties are hereby approved ; it is order ed by tho Board that the said pe titions bo granted, and that the Clerk issue licenses to tho said Cownn & Richardson and to the Aaid E J Bryan to retail liqors in the- first Supervisor's District, as prayed for, upon the said appli cants tendering to him the re ceipts of the County Treasurer to each of the said applicants in the sum of two hundred dollars. In the matter of granting a 11 cense to retail Honors to A W Wickliffe: Whereas, A W Wickliffe filed In the office of the Clerk of this Board on the 7th day of Septem bcr, 1874, a petition in the proper form and with the requisite num ber of signatures, male and female. thereto, praying that liconse to retail liquors be granted to the said Wickliffe, and the said pet! tion having been on file the time prescribed by law, and no counter petition having been filed, and the said Wickliffe having filed his bond in the penalty aud with the con ditious prescribed bv law. with Chorles T Worthington and E Monaslt as Sureties, which bond I ana sureties are hereby approved It is therefore ordered by the uoara that the said petition be granted, and that the Clerk issue a liceuso to said A W Wickliffe to retail liquors in less quantities than one gallon at his storehouse at Auburu landing, upon the said Wicklille filing in said Clerk's of fice the receipt of the County lreasurer for the sura of twohuu dred dollars, as roquired bylaw, In the matter of the application of M Sankston and of Jack Elkis aud Julius Sanai and of U Simons and Isaac Brown to hawk and peddle. Upon the application of M Sauk stoh for license to peddle with one horse and cart, and of Jack Elkis and Julius Banal for a license to peddle with one horse aud four wheel wagon, and of U Simons nd Isaac Brown for a liconse to peddle with ono horse ; it is or dered by tho Board that the Clerk issue a license to the said Sankston as prayed for, upon his producing the receipt of the coun ty treosurer for thirty dollars; aud a license to tho said Elkis k Saual as prayed: for, upon their producing the receipt of the coun ty treasurer for fifty, dollars and a license to the said Simons k Brown as prayed for, upon their producing the receipt of tha coun ty treasurer for twenty dollars; aud upou each of said applicants entering into bond as required by section 1736 of tho Code. . GREEKVIIjLE, WASHINGTON CO., Ordered by the Board that Dr. J B Young be allowed the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars pay able out of the general county fund in full of bis accouut for medical attendance on pauper in the town of Greenville. Upon this order Mr Beu T Worthington roted in the negative, he being willing for an allowance of seventy-live dollars. Ordered by the Board that Geo. Dead man be allowed one hundred dollars, payable out of the general conity fund, in full of his account for burial of paupers in the town of Greenville. ... In the matter of the application of James Stone, W. N. Hood and Cll Smith to be relieved as sure ties on the bond 'of O Winslow, tax collector of Washington coun ty, Mississippi : This day the petition of James Stone, WN Hood and CH Smith to be released as sureties on the bond of O Winslow, tax collector of the Mid county of Washington, coining on to be heard, and the Board being now thereof suffi ciently advised, doth order that said petition be and the same is hereby set for hearing at the Court House of Washington, county, ou Monday, the 80th day of Novem ber, 1874. Upon this order Mr B T Worthington yoted in the nega tive. In the matter of the application of C W Lewis to be released as surety ou the bond of O Winslow, tax collector of the levee construc tion tax, ete. t . This day the petition of C W Lewis to be released as surety on the bond of 0 Winslow, tax col lector of the levee construction tax, coming on to be heard, aud the Board being bow thereof suf ficiently advised, doth order that said petition be and the same is hereby set for hearing at the Court House of Washington county, on Monday, the 30th day of Novem ber, 1874. Upon this order Mr B T Worthington voted in the nega tive. In tho matter of the bond of O Winslow, sheriff and tax collector of Washington county, Mississippi It appearing to the .satisfaction of the Board, from the represent' ation of 0 W Lewis, C II Smith, W N Hood and James Stone, as shown by their petition this day filed, and the proof adduced in support thereof, that John H Nel son, one of the sureties on the bond of O Winslow, as sheriff and tax collector of Washington coun ty, MiKslsslppi, has permanently removed his residence out of the State of Mississippi ; it Is there fore ordered by the Board that the said O Winslow, as such sheriff and tax collector, be and he is hereby required to be aud appear before this Board, and at the Court House of said county of Washing ton, on tho 80th day of November, 1874, then and there to give a new bond as sheriff and tax collector of Washington county, Mississip pi, with other good and sufficient security in the penalty of $60,000, and conditioned according to law, and as required by section 816 of the Revised Code of Mississippi, of 1871 ! and that the Clerk of this Board issue notice to said O Wins low, sheriff and tax collector as aforesaid, to appear &c. and at the time aforesaid. Tuesday, Nov. 17, 1874. Board met pursuant to adjourn ment; present as on yesterday j. no minutes of yesterday were read, approved and signed. In the matter of the account of Sam Brown: Ordered that the sum of two thousand dollars be allowed to Sara Brown for the repairing of Fisli Lake bridge, as per contract, the said work having been com plctcd aud accepted by the Board In the matter of petition of Page & Mosely for retail liquor license Whereas, it appears to the Board that Page & Mosely have filed their petition with the Clerk of this Board on the 11th day of August, 1874, for a retail liquor license to sell liquors in any quantity at their store on the Stella plantation, in the lower district of this county, and having filed bond as required by law, with Sol Johnson, Henry Johnson and Richard McKenna as sureties, and the same having been approved by this Board, it is there fore ordered that the Clerk of this Board issue a license to the said Page k Mosely to retail liquors in any quantity at their storehouse on the Stella plantation, upon the said Page k Mosely filing with said clerk the receipt of the treas urer for the sum of two hundred dollars. In the matter of the application of L B Cowan and others for a bridge across Straight bayou : Ordered by tho Board that tho said application be granted, and the clerk is hereby ordered to make advertisement according to law, in the Greenville Times, for bids, to be accompanied with specifica tions, for building said bridge, said bids and specifications to be filed on or before tho first Monday in January next. And the Board hereby reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Ordered by the Board that the clerk of this board issue warrants to the following named parties for the sums set opposite their names, payable out of tho general county fund, for services attending in quest of Joseph Weinhold, dee'd : G Horton. J P act coroner $10 00 .iuiius landau. lurvi, H a oo 3 00 a wiuBuiuu J Martin K u 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 Charles Braswett Frank Whiting Irerson Grandlson In the matter of the bill and pe tition of James Archer, jr., road overseer: . Be It ordered by the Board that there be allowed to James Archer, r., road overscor. the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars, payable out of the road aud bridge fund, for constructing in his capacity of road overseer, four bridges ou the Fish Lake road, aud that the clerk of this board bo and he Is hereby authorised to draw bis warraut for the same. In the matter of the accouut of II B Potman k Co : II B Putmau k Co having pre sented their accouut agaiust the couuty for building various brid ges, claiming a balance due them of three thousand one hundred and ninety-eight dollars and thirty six cents, aud the Board having duly examined the same and stricken out various items that appear to them Improper, leaving a balance due said Putman k Co on said account of two thousand four hundred and eighty-four dol- lars, nlnety-one cents, (2484 91) It is ordered by the Board that the said l'utm&n & Co be and they are hereby allowed the said sum of two thousand four hundred aud eighty-four dollars and ninety-one cents, In full payment of their said account, and of all claims against the county, and the said Putmau & Co having signified their willingness to accept the said sum In full payment of their said account, it is ordered by the Board that the said II B Putman & Co be allowed the said sum of two thousand four hundred and eighty four dollars and ninety-one cents, $2484 01) payable out of the road aud bridge fund, in full payment of said account, and that the clerk issue the warrants to said Putmau A Co for said allowance upou their delivering to him their receipt lu full for all claims against the couu ty on said account. In the matter of the petition of F&LB Valllaut and Percy 4 Yer- ger for an ollowonce out of certain funds in their hands, for services rendered the Board as attorneys and counsellors at law : It appearing to the Board that the petitioners have rendered the services stated in their petition, and that by means of such services county warrants ond other obli gations of tho county, to tho am ount of about thirteen thousand dollars, have been recovered ond canceled, and that the said pot! tiouers are entitled loan allowance as prayed in their said petition it is therefore ordered by the Board that said petitioners be ol- lowca io retaiu out of said funds now in their hands, the sura of five hundred dollars for tho two arms, to be paid lu this manner, to wit: Cash . . . - $24 62 Two bonds of the county of 30 each, ; . - 70 00 out of the county warrant num bered 829, dated March 15, 1878, for $865, allowed at March 1873. $W5 88, beluir a total of $600, and that tho clerk of this board be ordored and is hereby required to Issue county warrants payablo out or tno general county fund to said petitioners to tho amount of $106 88, iu such sums as petitioners may require, in lieu of that much of said warrant for $866, and the said petitioners having presented and handed to tho board the said last named warrant No. 829, for $856. dated 12th March, 1873, payablo out of the general county fund ; and a warrant w a for 60. da. ted March 4th, 1878, payable out of tho road and bridge fund; it is ordered by the Board that said two last named warrants be burn ed to ashes, which is now accord ingly done lu the presence of the Board. Ordered that fifty dollars be al lowed to Dr. Gaddls iu full of his account for otlcndanco on paupers, payable out of the general county fund. ' MISS., SATURDAY, NOV. S8, 1874. The minutes of this day were read, approved and signed in open court. ' Ordered that the Board adjourn until Monday, November SO, 1874. R G SIMS, President pro tem. State of Mississippi. Washington County. J I, AVilliam U. Boltos, Clerk of the Chancery Court, aud ex officio Clerk of the Board of Su pervisors in and for said county, do hereby certify that, the forego ing pages contain s true aud cor rect copy of the proceedings of the said Board at a special meet ing thereof held November 16, 17, 1874, aa fully as the same appears of record on the minutes of said Board on file in my office. Given under nv Imml and seal lb of said board, this 23d day of .. jtoveinocr, 1814. WM. H. BOLTON, Clerk. By E. K. Btaffokp, D.C. From the Sew York Tribune. Dr. AVilliam A. Hammond and several other scientists attended several of J. R. Browu's seances, as he called them, while he wa,s iu this city. Mr. Brown said that he could , not operate through Dr. Hammond, but could uot give any reason for failing to do so. With other gentlemen Mr. Brown per formed various experiments. One Of the gentlemen hid his door-key under a mat in tho hall. Brown, bliudfoldod, took oue of the gen- tlemau's bands in his, aud touched the other, which was held against his forehead. Brown then charg ed the gentleman to think of no thing but the place where the ob ject was hidden. He then led the gentleman about tho room and in to the hall. When they reached the mat Brown stopped and said : " Here It is." He had also a string of large letters of the alphabet hung across the room, and upon this he spelled out a word tho't of by some gentleman. This was of ten done correctly, though Mr, Brown was securely blindfolded all the time. Dr. Hammond explains tho pro cess by the theory that tho person opcratod upon, thinking intensely npon the subject, gives some sign, involuntary, perhaps, when the plnco is reached, or the object at tained that is boing sought. Mr. Brown, by long practice, probably perceives au indication that an other might uot notice. Dr. Ham mond said that after a little prac tice ho had been able to perform some of Browu's experiments with complete success. In one experi ment Dr. Hammond wrote down a list of names and told a person to think of one of them. He then placed his fingers upon the per son's wrist and said: "Now I will tell you the name of the person you are thinking of. Read over the list and when you reach the right name I shall know by your pulse which it is." . Tho person then began and read down the list and each time when the name thought of was reached, by some means it would bo plainly indica ted, to the great astonishment of the person experimented upon "The whole thing Is explained to me," added Dr. Hammond, "by tho influence of the mind over the body. Tho majority of persons thinking steadily upon ono sub ject do not fail to give evidence when the subject is reached which that person has been expecting. The reason why Mr. Brown could jot operate upon mo was, I would not allow myself to give the slight est Indication that would enable him to detect my thoughts found this a very difficult thing to do ; and, after I had tried it, I did riot wonder that many were un able to exercise this control. think that when this theory of ex ternal indication of a thought sud denly touched upon i followed up further, It will explain the whole mystery of Mr. Brown's mind reading." The Little Rock Republican soys: The portrait of Lincoln no longer adorns the Senate chamber of Ar kansas. The Bourbons, In their charity (?) still tolerate those of Washington and Grant. And the Little Rock Gazette soys: The portrait of the deceased President will be re-instated lu its accustom ed place to-day. It was stolen by a colored Republican in the Interim between the adjournment of the Constitutional Convention and the assembling of the present General Assembly, with a view of creatine the Impression that It was removed en account of prejudice. Secretary Newton forroited out the thief and recovered the portrait. Precisely thirty years ago the New York Demoernts elected their last Senator. Uddlv enough, too, the man was John A. Dix. Thus the whirligig of time briugs lu bis revenge Marriage iMig ftUticlais ii HlssrarL From the St. LooUDonoctal. We came suddenly upon a young man and woman who was strolling leasure'y along, arm In arm, In the same direction we were pursuing. How romantic I" said Senator Scburs, soto voice. "Two young lovers I" said Mr. Leflet, himself a bachelor of the old school. "Runaway couple, I'll be bound!" said Major Gentry . "Hullo, young man, bow far is It to the village?" "Don't know," said the young man. "Stranger here ?" aaid the Major. "Ya-as." replied the young man, hesitatingly. "Where are you going?" pursued the Major. Shall I tell?" inquired the young man of the blushing damnei at his side. "Oh, Charlie, I'm afeared !" said the timid creature, clinging more closely to him. "Come, speak out, young man !" said the Major kindly. "You needn't be afcard of us. We're looking for shelter, ton." Tht young Romeo felt reassured. "Waal," said he. "the truth on it Is, Mary and I is going to Aud a parson, an' git married I" "Runaway couple, eh ?" "Waal yes, sort o' snmethin' like that I s'pose. Mary's folks are down on me an' they forbid my oourtln' of her. We Jess couldn't stan' it no lonirer. Mary nor 1 1 So we struck nut for ourselves last nigh t, and here we are 1" "You aren't minors, are ye?" , "I'm twenty-four, but Mary's on ly Jess turned seventeen." "Only seventeen? Well, now look here, my yodng friends, don't you think you're doing a very fool ish thing? Wouldn't It be much more honorable and satisfactory af ter all to turn right about and go home and tell the old folks square ly and fairly that you're bound to marry and must hnve tlieiroon sent ; that you mean to try to make life pleasant for one another, and all that sort o' thing? Tell 'em the snuare truth, be honest with em." , This Rood advlco was all for naught. The couple enme Into the village hotel the next morning, and we knew by their blushes and smiles and awkward manifesta tions of real delight that the parson had done his work. The happy groom drew the Major out one side and whispered in his ear : "Ed I'd ha' knowed last night that you was the Guvnor, mebbo I'd ha' done what you told. But It's too late now, and then, too, Mary's folks is the d dest old fools you ever seel" The Pittsburg Dispatch, a Re publican papor, has the following: During the canvass wo wore as sured that the defeat of the Re publicans at the North would give new life to tho rebellion at the South. Just the opposite effect has been produced. The stars and stripes for the first time in many years floated over a Demo cratic procession In Now Orleans on Saturday, many of the old flags showing evidence of having been long kept from the light. In the mottos carried aloft the liberality of Massachusetts to the sufferers by the Mississippi overflow was equally blazoned with her record at the ballot box ; and among the most enthusiastic members of the procession itself, were colored cit izens in considerable numbers " Let us have peace." Joseph H. Raincy, negro Con gressman from tho first South Carolina district, was beaten in the recent election by one of his own retainers, named Samuel Leo, also a negro. When Raincy was elected to Congress, he carried Lee and had him appointed on the capital police force. At the be ginning of the roccnt canvass Raincy sent for Loo to come homo and assist him. Lee obeyed the summons, but when he reached homo he permitted himself to be nominated as a conservative can didatc for Congress, against Ral- nuv, unu Becoming iu ruiurns, whs cioctod. it is now saia ee win act with tho opposition. Itainey was a strong Republican. Boston Globo. Tho Charleston Nows says that tho official returns received from all tho counties in the fourth con gressional district of South Caro lina, show the defeat or ucncrol Kershaw by 2004 votes. This Is bad news for South Carolina aud for the nation. A girl in Georgia brought suit against a fickle sweetheart, claim ing $10,000, but she compromised for four bales of cotton and a now parasol. Her lawyer took the cotton for his fee, and sho kept the parasol to heal her wounded afl'octlona. 2VO. IT. $20, ,000 WORTH OF GOODS JU8T.RECEIVED BY J. LENGSF1ELD, Dealer in Flour, Bacon, Xi&rd, Meal, Corn, Sugar, Cofiee, HoloMHCM, Tobacro, Tin and Wooden Ware, GXXOSG, AND NOTIONS, CROCKERY, Jug anr Glass Ware. Greenville Mississippi. ft&rl want It distinctly under stood that he who undersells me will have to "GET UP AND DUST.". Sept. 1 1874 Boot and Shoe Store. I HAVE Just recelvod a largo stock of BOOTS AND SHOES, Of best quality and latest styles. And have secure one of the brick biiililinirs now bcimr built bvl. Iscnbcrg, on Mulberry st., where I will doni in boots and shoes ex clusively. Until this store Is com pleted. Customers are invited to call at mv store corner of Wash ington ana Locust sU. Orl also nave a choice stork of Dry uoods, urocorics, etc., cheap ior casn. nov,'74. 1 T. uoodm an. NEW BUTCHER SHOP. Washington avenue, between Mul berry and Locust. BEEF , POM: AND MUTTON always ou hand, chonp as tho cheapest. Highest market price paid for 0001) BEEF CATTLE, Hogs, Sheep and Milch Cows. A share of public patrouage BUUVItl'U. cash paid ron HIDES. nov7 A 1 KEESECKER jq-OTICE TO THE PLANTERS ' OF IQsdssippi, Louisiana & Arkansas. JSTI horcby inform my friends and patrons that I have just receiv ed a large stock of Gin Fixtures, such a Gin Saws, Doxtngs, Orates Ice I am prepared to file and Replace Gin Haws, Fill aud repair all kinds of Gr I IV 11 It TJ S II K 8 At the plantation or at my shop on Popular St., bctwoen Washington Avenue aud Main streets, Greenville, - - Mississippi. Term Cath, Terms Cash! '-WM.fi. HARRISON, June 6, 1874. GI11-Wright Greenville Restaurant. TJAVrKG leased tho old Metro- AA noli tan Hotel nreniiHcs. the public are hero informed that 1 will keep a First Class Restaurant therein. Whcro meals may be had ot all hours. I will also keep con stantly ior saie, Poultry , fish, Oyster, Celery, and other delicacies of the season, PATRONACifc INVITED upr. 4. '74. , JULIUS MARTIN E. ENOS DEALER IN Family Groceries, Confeetio&rles, CANED-FRUITS, PJCKI-ihS & rRESERV KS, WINES & LIQUORS, TOBACCO & CIGARS. Also at my bar NICEST DRINKS are mixed by persons who know exactly how they should be prepar ed. Also are kept on hand. HAVANA CIGARS, of the richest fragrance. To those who desire a quelt Saloon, good Drinks, and fine Cigars, we say, Try ray Dtxloon, On Mulberry Street. Oreenville, Mississippi, July 8th, 1873-tf. Sells all kinds ot Liquors, by the Gallon or Bottle Cheaper and better than any bouse In town. Oreenville, Sept. If), 1874. DRY 000$ GRE2JVILLJ5, MIS8. Practice in Washington and lata mena counties, and in the United States Courts at Jackson. ap32 CHAS. w. CLASS. JOHN W. IfllKLDI, CLARKE k SHIELDS, ATTORNEYS AT U On Walnut street, near the Court House Greenville, Miss. W. A. HAYCRAFT, , ATTORNEY AT LAW, Real Estate Aceat, GREENVILLE, . MIHB Makes the payment of taxes, reatanf tion, sale and leasing of lands a speciality. w. a. pkkct. w. o. YUGX- PERCY & YJSRGER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OHKXNTILXZ, MISS. W. n. TR1UU. P. M. BuCOTKB TRIGG Ac IlTJs2KPrc.Il. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OREEXVTLLK. HISS. Office In New Bank Building, Mala street up-siairs. g W. FEROUSON, 'attorney at law, WILL PRACTICE in the Courts of Tunica, Coahoma, Bolivar, Washington and Issaquena Counties, and attend to the sale, purchase ana leasing of plantations aud payment 01 taxes. W. O. l'help. Joahua Skinner. Phelps & Skinner, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Ciwravlllc-, Mlsa. KTWill practice In the U. S. Courts, Supreme Court and tho Courts of Washington, Bolivar and Sunflower Counties. oot. 8.T4. F. A. MOXTOOMBKT. I. B. MOOU. MONTOomi & mess, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, RiVKRToir, Bolivar county, Miss. W. 8. PARISH, ATTORNEY AT XtVW Maybrbvillb, Oeaa Ceaatjr. Mlaalaalstpi, . October 8,'74-nO. E. o. Huoom, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ORRKEK VILLI, MISS., WILL TBACTICB iu the United States Courts and the Supreme Court of tho (Hate, and the Circuit and Chancery Courts of Washington. Bolivar and Banilower counties, ana stteml to casor l ths Magistrates Conrts. dec 7, 1873-tf Dr. N. C. Skinner, OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO THE Citlxem of Greenville AND TDK County at L&rro. Office at his dwelling on Main Street. may 23, 1874. DR. ALEXANDER'S HAS been re-opened in Elliott's Tin-Shop on Washington Av. Every drug in his storo is perfect ly fresh, and warranted pure, and he gives his personal attention to tho preparation and sale of his drugs. Ho can be found at his store day and night, ready to serve his old friends and customers. . Greenville, September 19,'74-8m. jyn. J. L. YOUNO Having located In Oreenville, respectfully Informs the citizens thereof and surrounding country that he hi prepared to attend to all the duties appertaining to bis pro fession. Those favoring him with their patrouage may rest assured that their work will be done In the most thorough and skillful manner and none but the best of materials used. Olllcc at the residence of W. B. Wheatley, near the Court House. Parties desiring to be visited at their residences In tho country. win leave worn a. me omce or at Flnlayis Drug Store. octl7-6m Worthington. Buckner & Co GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI. Transact a General Collections made and proceeda remitted, on day received. BUY and sell on commisslefsall kinds Bonds, Scrip and v T rants. moh 22, lort. KRETSCHMAR & FAR3AR, OREENVILLE, DEALERS IN MISS. EXCEMSE, 12, tu Osllssasu Xals sal tassels Bcr 7 Ksmittsi - " liberal AdmccaEi ea C.ti latere PaM Tt Special Attention Otven iSTr June27 ment t 7" :i , Received at seplV. "73 .