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SATURDAY, JAN. 30 l75.
LCflL IVTELLIIEME. REPAIRED AND REPAINTED ELLIOTT FOCSSE. Greenville, December 28. Editorial from Louitrille Journal, March, m. Peesoxal. We have examined Dr. J. A. Jones' Diplomat from the beat Medical Colleges In Europe and America, and And his ad van tage have been superior to those of any Doctor we ever saw. We have een aged men in this city cured of Deafness, aud others of Chronic l aa a a a unease inai naa. by common The Board of Supervisors met on Monday last ; eicept overhauling practice, been pronounced beyond i ne ream or science or hone. . - -. ' euitreiy iy ur. Jones, fits success seems almost mlracalcus. Dr. Jones Is now nracticlns? at the F.ilwar.la Hnuu Jirkmn Miaa crnaiu oraciai nonus, no outer ao wnere ne will remain until the 1Mb tioc of importance was bad, pOR RENT- " .My residence on Washington Aveuue. UH.VALUANT. November 7, 1874 I of February. JUST RECEIVED AT .a ins weaiuer continue open and the rainy season is upou us. The Ice In the upper rivers i thaw ing, and we shaft have a big river uown nere in a lew uays. HAY, Corn, Oals and Bran al ways kent at dec.5,74-1118. Firth ft Morton's. Chancery CourrcbanccllorStaf- ford presiding, ba beeu in tcttlou j during the past week. TJRAN, Corn, Hay and Oats, at " - MARSHALL'S. Hadace Ilarors A LARGE STOCK OF Philadelphia FOR Ladies & C hildren MADE SHOES Jan 30 n feUaaaeit List. The list of landa delinquent Jor taies for past year, which we pub lish, contains the following total amount of No. of acres and taxes due: No. of acres, exclusive of town of Greenville. 491.226 Am't Bta'e tax due, 132,270,90 ao'i uouniy lax, inclu ding 4 mills State tea chers' Ux 66,474 23 Amount Ux due town of Greenville, 4,239 09 vantages on same a o p. e. 4,649 21 Amount orem per tore tax on 49I.22S acres 22 .V.I 30 Auiuuni jjevee eonsirue- tion tax, excluding the town of Greenville 48,406 48 X188.A01 ao .. Amooniw valuation or realty to be sold for above taxes $3,327,077 41 For the above statistics we are indebted to Mr. Jas. Robertaha' tbe financial Secretary of the Tax rayers' League. CottM Bind On Wednesday night last a cot ton bouse on tbe place of Mr. Richard Burdett, on Deer creek. containing twelve bales of cot tou, was set fire to and destroyed; tbe bouse was only a few yards from TAHXXEH8 We do not blame yon for not paying your taxes, but yon ought to look to your interests and get your planting implements at once because tbe gee-haw season is now at baud and ycu ought to be tearing up tbe grouud. lor all your farming tools, go to WETHEUBEE'S Ian 30 Hardware Store, The performance by the min- the gin house, which with adjoin strci troupe Ihursdayuight, drew Mux sheds, contained ISO bales; an excellent audience, notwiln-iauu was only by the hardest Tbe Beecher-Tilton trial draws lan("nff 11,0 very bad weather, work that it was saved. Tbe cot. large crowds daily t It Is calculated 1 ne Dcn"'u' "cenery pain led for ton burned belonged to s laborer. that It will last two months. r Mr- warren attracted wno naa some trouble with ne s s universal admiration. It laa... y A i a, jtitAA, llay, corn, at perb piece of scene painting, and would do credit to any artist. The It ia with deep sorrow that we I curpeuter work was done by Mr. Cirdi 6ras Celabratisa. TEX KXJ9AHT PAS8X59ES STIiXn ILLINOIS, CAPT. MARK R. CHEEK. JO. SPEARS, Clerk, WILL LRAVR OREES VI L LE ron MEMPHIS On Saturday Horning, Feb' j 6, at 8 o'clock. Returning, leave Memphis Tliurday evening, tbe 11th, thus enabling Greenville passengers to reach home on the following Saturday early. FRANK SIXITn. Late Steward of the Belle Lee. now fills the same nositlon on the ibbiKoiB. jau ou or particulars, inquire or I A NEWMAN, Passenger Agent. TZZZ2 FZZsZi DOS, R. M. HARDY, B17XST0V, BOLITIS 00UITT, KISS. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. BY virtue of an order of the Chancery Court of Bolivar county, Mississippi, I will, as Ad ministrator de bonis non of the es tate of J H NEWMAN, deceased. ell at publie sale to the highest bidder, at the door or tbe Court House of said county. Kondar, th 15th da? of Kaiea next, the following landa of the said decedent, to wit: Two-thirds interest In section number ten, lots two, three, 'four, five and six ot sec tion nine, townsmp twenty-one. range nine west Said landa will lie sold for one-half cash and the balance on a credit of twelve months, purchasers givlnar bonds and security for the deferred pay i . i uicuia, provmea "J taw. HZJiJ. t KAN KLIN. Jan 25-25 Adm'r de bonis non, ASSIGNEE'S SALE. IN pursuance of an order of the United States Court for the Southern District of the State ot Mississippi, rendered on the Sth day of January, 185, 1 will, aa As- PltOFKSSIOIVAL. F. VALUANTi ATTORN EY AX LAW GREENVILLE, MISS. Practice in Washington and Issa- Suena counties, and In the United tatea Courts at Jackson. p23 CHAS. W. CLARKE. JOHH W. SHIELDS CLaKKK A SHIELDS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW On Walnut street, near tbe Court Houss Greenville, Miss. W. A. HAYCBAFT. ATTORNEY AT LAW, GREENVILLE, . . . MISS, Lilt KM. k I signee of Moses Seelignnd Seellg imTAWWWVQ AT T kxtr Co., In bankruptcy, sell to the I ATTORNEYS AT LAW, bignesi bidder for casn, in front of Having completed our new BRICK STORE Oil IVASIIK.'GTO.'I AYT We now invite the public to call and instt our large and select supply of ' Dry Gccda, Indies' Dress Cr GENTLEMENS CLOTHi " Hakes ths paysteat of taxes, rda BOOTS AND SHOES. IX tin aala uA Uul. -f l.-J. . TT a VSI a HIIAV OTTVYtlY Tmj a v.JL i riiA ra i n i iiin nil rriii r.r m hi ii 'Lt'div. CS0ur terms are easn strictly and Lc?r f-J Lrcsst Stock fresh and new. and no Auction fcj October 24 1874-nl2. tios, sals sad Isasisg of spseiality. W. A. PEBCT. W. O. T EES EE, announce to our Chinese fellow-citizens, the death of bis Celestial Highness the Emperor of tbe Flow try kingdom. F:El, Provisions, and Grocer ies enniiantlv nn ha.l at dcc.6,'74-nl8. Firth ft Morton's. The election of Andrew Johnson ss United States Senator from Ten- Davis. The minstrels were In el egant trim, aud gave s splendid performance. Tuesday night they repeat the entcrtaiment, with se veral new pieces-written expressly for them, ou which occasion it will ouly require seventy-five cents to "pass tbo buck" st tho door. gro whom ho hsd in his employ, and who is supposed to have used the torch on this occasion. Quarrels and enmity betweeu laborers is the most common cause of these burning occurrences. wnicn nave become so common. risiitors should not hare large quantities of cottou under one ihed. The Masonic banquet last night' was iruiy a festive gathering, em WffWftS C0RN' "A ffi K ' hb' 'very family .d". like to see honest men in the high Fifteen Fine Mules. . A lot of PLOWS, WAGONS c. ror sale by Jsn9 F L B VALLIANT. TANDORA'8 BOX spread pea- a. unnce ana aeaio auroau over the land ; but HARDY'S PILL BOX glvea health and comfort to all who partake or Its lire-saving contents. Bolivar Doctors s-et extra nav a . .... - " irom ine uire insurance companies I l a. a I a a. pen mey gei ineir meuioines iroui lardy's Pill Box- jnso COMMISSIONER'S SALE. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, Washington County. In Chancery Court, October term, heavy majority of the young peo- Worthlngton, Buckner ft Co. Marsi ins Trli p,e 01 tue ,owu aud neighborhood. The steamer Illinois will m.k Tne nours slipped murrllv IV1V trln him flMwnvllla U...k.l. I nnltl - 1 .i y i -m.i mini, wiivu mere was a tmBXrSl f.h.rt .re'"it8 tr d" ruary 0, at 8 o'clock, and return n 'iiiig for silver sets wss :ne following Ssturdsy. She ia a iudulged in. which csiidhiI owing osiiiruay. be is a luuuigea m, which caused a good special comn alloa? 'urL'ua.ny' doo, of iusement. Tho set to was, after j legleets no means for the se- "plrlted ballotinir. durlmr ht..K "ntBUJ.l or aj wavu i splendid thing careful who neglects no means for tii curuy or comfort or his sueata. tears, and the stew- A itliiats ul ntsisiftl OMntisB. Rsaf Iks Prwistat OiUttai tf Mssta. lyDr. Jstts. Since my; blldhcodmyeyeshsve V'h.Tt "t tWIt Nelson became irreatlv t. - . .. . .. .... ..v.n,...i,utau,aim iiioiiew. ......j . . . . oceooaaiy lumed In and dlsHaur- am, r'rnnk Smith, both rorm.ri ed. Everybody In Macon knew of of the Belle Lee. are well known my ease In anxiety. The third of f,,..!!T,, 10 "'.'.'j0'' ,n ,',elr rePe- February. I bad Dr. Jones o,.,. - : . i L.vuiBiiiii iinri v will no n..in r"" wuivu uo nas uone w r uie irip, aim that Captain Mar mm saimaciinn or myself and I. :". " inieresi to brlnir a a a . - I II 1S1 laa lulamua I A I. rnenda. He has made my eves as L 1 '.r . 1 ererT we" n-rfoat ...,n!:LT':'"L or CapUlii Cheek's klnil In vl- IUHI a S. R. Duun k Charles Morgsi T) Y virtue of the final decree ot said court. In the above canse. rendered on the 7th day of No- veinoer. 1074. tne Unders iriinrl special commissioner, will expose to public sale, to tho highest bid- the Court bouse door iu Greenville, Washington county, Mississippi. oeiween ine nours or 11 o'clock a. m. and 4 p. m, Ob the 8th day of ftbrturj, 1475, uie roiiowing ueacnoea property, to wit: Lot 12 of block 1 of the original Town of Greenville. Lot 1 of Block 2!of the Bachelor's Bend addition to the town of Greenville snd lot 1 of block 15 of the Bache lor's Bend addition to the town of ureenville, also all ths book ac counts and notes belonging to said oanxrupis. JACOB ALEXANDER, Jan23-25 Assignee. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, Bolivar County: I In Chancery, Court, January Term, lHiS. A.M.Paxtons Co 284-vs. Alonxo Lancaster. By virtue of the final dear of tne Chancery court of Bolivar coun ty . in tne above entitled muu rendered at the January term, 1873, ma uuuersis-nea Boeciai uommis- sinner (sppoiuted by said decree) Will Ull SatnrdaT, 23th day Fibruanr. A. D. 1878. Within tha hour. nnt. t.tk.J 1 I ii . .. ' vriura ujr law, sell oy pUDUO Suc tion at the door ot the Court nouse or said county to the highest oiauer ror cash, the real Mtat mentioned in exhibit ami mm. piainanta bits as follows, to-wlt: oeciion zo swi and s of ei of nw, section 34, all in township 21, Greenville, Miss. w. K. TR1CO. D. M. BVCXXUt suuncnpiCLD TRIGG Sc DUCICNEK, ATTORNYB AT LAW, Greenville.. Miss. Office lo Bank Building, Main st np-stalrs. g W. FERQUSON, ATTOKKET AT LAW, TUTILL PRACTICE TY of Taniea, Coahoma. in ths Courts loasa. Rallvar. Waahinaiiin and Vaaajaaana ntl.. and attend to tho tale, purchase and easing 01 plantations snd payment oi V. O. rhtlps. Joakaa Sklaaaa Phelps & dtinert ATTORNE YBATLAW dswMvino, Xftoa. EWill nnstlM In tha TT SI Courts, Supreme Conrt and the Wsshlnrton. Bolivar and Courts of 8unflower Counties. HAS ON HAWD Old Redman Bonrbon, Old John 8. Hinds Bourbon Old Melrose Bonrbon. Sherry Amoroso. Burgundy Claret. Rhine Wine, French Wine, Genuine imported wines, Genuiue Imported Gin, Imported Irish and Scotch Whiskey, Old Apple and Peach Brandy, Genuiue French Brandv. Isaac Cook's Imperial Cham pagne, and the celebrated Milwau kee Lager Beer. I iuvite all to rive me a sail H. a V . iore purcnasing elsewhere, as I am conaaent that I can satisfy the most fastidious. . Druggists will do well bv trad. ing with me a mv Honors for m. dical purposes can't be surpass- ootS.'74. V. A. t. ht 4.7 tf K.Kk, sta waj s fir a aa.a. A J . M - I tWy I .. a a a .... . " 1875, at the front door of the . . .! 1 Ue0rS," MDeJr t,t,on kt the trip with h i would not Induce me to have them we return our thanks To travel back to ths condition they were w,,n Ma 06 r?gltered by Joseph betor. this grest surgeon operated. Si '11 b ftk j i ; vwiuuicio iiitj at My age Is twenty, I am a student at tha Mercer university here In Macon; I am a son of Davis Smith or this city. Dr. Jones is now nracticlnir tho Edwards House, Jackson. Miss where be will remain until the 15th of February. WM. IRA SMITH. Macon, Ga., February 7, 1873. There haslieen left at this offlnn for identification snd reclamation a laaies gold watch, gold chain, and breast pin. The watch lias an parcutly been lost for a long time and is much out of repair. It has nuameoulU outer case. Tho own er is requested to call and prove vivircii,; uu pay ior mis notice janio MaiarthtCtrcifit. rrom Messrs. Gensburger and UOldSteln. Who hsva Inal from New Orleans, we learn that meeting of the grand lodge of 1. 0. B. B. for District No. 7 wss a Kpienaiusimir. Our former towns man, M. Seellg, was elected First Vice President; M. Gensburger " vicvu m raeuioer or uie exec utive committee, and &. Goldstein as member of tha court r After the business came feastinn! uancing and enjoyment, the gene rous brethren In New Orleans spar ing no expense In the entertain- jMinm oi ineir guests, Keep Your Money at Home. Famtliei can be supplied with every dclicscy of the season at the same rotes that the boats charge .and have the convonienco of re- xeivmg such articles any time 4hey may desire. Jeco,74.nPl"UBMABTI,f,5'ProP,r- We call the especial attention of our Bollvnr county subscribers '.V? d wttaemeut 0f Dr. Hardy's 'boEatRlverton. As Judge of the hih court of common sprit ttess far the district nt I. Brother Hardy has left his imprint I. .UK. 41.. i.. 1. . .. 1 iiicjunajiruuenueor uie coun try, aud bis pills will no doubt go actively to work to clean out tiie physical ailments of all to whom Uwy are administered. ntota llisi sum of human felicity, but we are bound to the whenl iml na n ttl in ba aa a a vnU ltSBVJ the week's recess from labor. Ksifhts tf Pythiu. Wabiiinoton Lodge No. 7. This Lodge, whose organization was disturbed by the fire which de stroyed their records, met again on Wednesday night, 27th Instant. and reorganised by electing the following officers t L.Hexter, . . . c. Ci J. Skinner, a . V C 8.D. Flnlay . . Rof R. B. H. Lengsneld, . Prelate. r. iicEltiNkl, . M.ofY Charles White, . M.ofE. Neetiig sf the LcVce Board. Office of the Board of Levee Commissioners for tbe counties of Bolivar, Washington and Issaquena) Greenville, Jan. 28, 1876. Kotloe is herebv trlvnn thai a special meeting or the Board of i-evee commissioners Tor the coun ties of Bolivar. Washington and Issaquena, will be lmi,i n.i. office in OriM-nvllla iui..i..i.i on Monday, February 8, 1876. ' uy oruer or tne f resident i , , M.KRETSCHMAR, Jan 80 Secretary. The above landa will h aniH in subdivision In accordance with the uonsuiuuon or ths stats of Missis sippi. THOR. 1 ninanw janl8,78-6t. Special Commissioner. Ehwi3 CsU). drsft for five hundred dollsrs, en- nd interest of said defoudants in uorseu oy aisrx Eckstone, sward- na 10 ine Allowing lot of land od tn Mlaa Ftnmis aTla.fl.1. At. a mentioned in said llunrnn. In urll F?r mu , n nn wruten in uer man, and from his imnerfoct know. ledgo of that language, he thought bY virtue of id decree It was an invitation to go out and . E- K'. STAFFORD, V b hav "k have Ths origin of the expression baker's dosen," Is said to J nappened thus: Roma nt rmm. well's soldiers were engaged in Hanging prisoners, nntf among of his services ( out When thev hi 1..1... 1. . 1 from the beam s5me gent U K uThW"' 'WteVthrowng your Groceries at VffMB... SO. Iff Fibtm Mobtoit's. w Clstsjs,Jan. 21-A1I the soctetieshere have decided " with the customary "ardl Grai dy. 'enos of his The Malls. vurui.- me past nionm we have had fiom the Anchor lino, our regular mall boats, just one mail : which, with the exception of sonic three or four bags of old mail, by transient boats, is all we have had. It is a common imnrcsslon that the boats of this lino are at St. Louis, and precluded from cominir out by ice j this, we are Informed, is net so; there being three or four boats of this line at Cairo. The omission to supply mails in acoor- dance with their contract, either by their own or occasional boats. I a simpiy criminal neglect. Memphis is making an effort to revive the Memphis and Vlrk.. burg Packet line ; Captain Cheek agrees to put his boats in It, if he can get the mall contraot. We bid the scheme God speed most ncariuy, - a By a Vlcksburg Herald of yes terdny, we sec that the constabu lary bill of Senator Gray has pass- eu mo Bcnato ; this bill empowers ine uovornor to arm aud equip iwu regiments or infantry, a 4-gun GaOiu battery, etc., and use as he may see fit ; it Is not probable that the infamy in tho design of this bill will ever be carried into exe cution. Speaker Shadd WSS indicted by the Hiuds oouuty grand jury for uesthlding. Louisiana" quo. Was was sflalri are lu statu For sale CHEAP by Jn ELLIOTT FoUeSE. I'll fr Marti Crai. Ths Drnmstlo Association will ,DoaMg on Mardl Gras nfMiV . r? "h with the splendid nlav ofDnvrr... nn r..!L,"id the l?Khtful farce of - t Vj enen or tbe Ms- iiTL??. oeyeral amateurs ... iwh iiiir aeout on thlsocca, fe.-i'l ".ln. Joe" wK. ,.V enJu" effort to counUhtKelrTrnc,0: tbe fromtali'":" d'PtFh Dutch trcopVln Achrm S a general assault on th. ti.a a i . 01 " vj-iiyo wounded, lhe enemy lost one hundred and eventyns killed and a large number wounded. K In the Senate on the 6th, Mr. 1 who answers to roll call and draws his cash as Senator from Mississippi, peeped out of his pod to indulge in a little slander of the people whose money has fed snd clothed him for the last eight years. It is a dirty bird that be fouls it own nest. The leading todc In noiiti,,. i,..t 1 nnw I. 1. ...... ir. w. . iwii V T coTTesiaent Wilson to Mr. Bow es. MiitnVi.. Springfield Republican. In this letter Mr. Wilson iuferentlally at S25Si" .d',,at of his .party to President Grant; for this letter he bos been Informally sxcommun' catsd from tha r;ty, wuuuua- TAX SALE. TIB It ordained bv tha TWn X Council of Green ville. that the City Marshal Is hereby ordered to aovenise ana sell the following uescnoea property delinquent for me ciiv axes ror tun fiipai a d. I8i3, and belonginir to. the npr. sons named resDecti velv a or nn mnnh niereoi as win be necessary to sat isfy the following taxes and costs : 93 R3 Ovier take allttlo nm.iMn, a.,..,. lV'TVL pecni vommi$ioner ... ..IHHi,Mlu. ... 111 111a. 1 1 i-s trir aw Kitnirttna aAMa. aA Mr. Nl. 1. . .. : " " V"'V 7 VH, ,. uv . tuudv mm of good intentions, was very much morunea,and offered to duplicate the draft with Mr. William Davis si endorser; Mr. Pohl Drommlv responded that ho had understood Mr. Nelson had made some re msrks about the maimer in which brother Julius Landau parted his uair, ana he therefore declared tho young man utterly disquali fied from voting. Then a silver cup and saucer were put op to be voiea 10 the nirl est mm. ti.i. was simply no race at all for the Junior Warden. Judire W. Trigg, Just walkod over tho course, completely distancing all competi rs. ine nanquot, which gotten up by contribution, ampie and sumptuous a besuti ful cake made by Mrs. My ra Smith crowning the board and attract ed great attention. For the nemi nlary results, which are gratify. IttM J a S . creuu is aue to the ladles who worked so sosiously, and to Bros. Pohl, Aloxander at.d Gens burger, who got up the ballot aud took great interest In carrying the enterprise to success. Wo omit- iea to state that the cud vnt.l Judge Trigg brought ninety-elght o cents. The even ing psssod delightfully, and the entertainment was prolonged to uwiy nour in the mornlug. 600 260 600 400 760 260 Mrs M B Black lot 6 blkO Bachelor's Bend add'n Mrs Sue V Byrne It 3 bio B B addition 25 00 87 60 wen lie Jones lot 18 bl 18 Hun'ton A Levaly add 6 00 Alexander Johnson lot 6 b81st add Nancy J Jefferson lots 8. 9, 18,17, bl 18, H Lad 800 J A Ross In lot 23 2d ad 1600 Wm Smith s, lot 10 blk 19, Hand Laddn 600 Mrs N S Trigg lota 8. 4. block 1, 1st add 5 00 J D Webster neHot 6 2d 7 60 8 76 Mrs Emma K Wheatly, part lot 6, 2d add'n and lot 10 2d add 40 00 By virtue of the above ordinance approved by the Town Council of Greenville on the 6th day of Janu ary, 1876, on the first Monday of March 1876, this being the first day of said month. I will nmn .11 ..... , . .' . f w en w ; me nignest bidder for cash, for delinquent taxes. In rmn iul - f - -a Hum vs euc nooroi meuourt House In Green ville, the above described property 01 ine aoove named delinquent tax imyers. WM. J. MOLON Y. Jan 23-25 City Marshal. ourt. to . - rcu term. 100. liobt. Clary use to . t f i. Fa. r. a. sietcair . a. MOOES. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, . RiVBBTON, Bolivar eouuty, Miss. W. S. FARI8H, ATTORNEY AT 1VA.W Mayeesvillb, PMaffeMtr.Bisa October 3,74-n9. JJR. J. L. YOUNG, DE1VT13T. Having located im GrM"nu respectfullv Inlba the cUixens tMreof and surrounding country u ae is prr-v . iaatu-1 to all the duties a lattohla nro. .....v... iarnug mm wun . , " nui in uuui ID IM moii morougn ana skillful manner REFUGE SALOCK. HAVIKO Now fltUd op aaatnr lshsd my Saloon, Id ths Urge Two Story Building MULBERRY 8TREKT, ORDBft TUB ncfL-3 Club R::r.3. 1 row Conk rstsa SSr( Boor bt5l f ALWAT8 uquoss ( A on KEPT. HAND. dec23 I. IHENBERG. UV VirtUO Of tha ahnvn .n... and nnnn hut Ka k..t n . .... tion, to mo directed, I shall expose ued- to publio sale, at the door of the Oot the residence of W. B. Court-Housein Greenville, within Wheatley, near the Court House. the highest bidder, for cash, on the their residences in the country. 1st Monday of March next, all "JM leave word at the office or at FlSKSffi"!: Flpl'y,'D"'B,tore. "ctlT-tim. "roV?ty?tVwit,ow,ng d0,cril,ed D- N- C. Skinner, w.8-?utSi of Section 29, South CiHBlf Alia UAStf OT OOUth W6St Of " niu section 7 township 18 range 8 north -to the Wo. 48 Boronne Street, Richard Lloyd. Jno. E. Llvsudsls. LLOYD L LI VAUDAIS POTTOH FA0TCH3, AKD E;rs is3 kss rir: PAPnn iiAr: AKD I GLAZIEI Walnut Street, below t Avenue, Greenville, Kin, 1 mh UA -1 M. mobb: DEALER IE I WATCHES, I Fine PLATED XT. 13-A laiwa best Spectacles always ask O Particular aiiamuJ repairing Watches, Jewr all work warranted ' ta GreinvIHj fizz j TTAVING opened in r' -AX ftHAmlaaa .1.'. . ., by informed that I wil;ic First Class Iter therein. Where m.al.a- ' at all hours. I will skat stantly for sale, i Hrr. risk. smm. i and other delicacies of tV PATBOJt AOE lETlr pr.4.'74. JULIUS I . Willi W ISH, 0YSTER3, AND 7ILD Ql. And every delic, .TDD ML. rN hand at all times, t be accommodated wi. at any price. j Julius Mabths dec6,'74-nl8. oi veer creek, 178 acres in lots 6 and 6 section 26, 60 acres in lot 7 section H, 623 acres in section 88 lunu.nip i nauge o. ofM,illsSp"ih,ngtOUTO The same having been levied upon as the property of the defen dant, F. A. Metcalf, and will be all co8tstUfy pU,n",r" cl8,m and D wrvar.ntif Sheriffof Washington County. oy w. ii. smith. m" , D.SI MOW SlvlaBBa m aug.22'74-ly. ' Citiaena of OrecxiTilla AHD THE Oouaty at liar-o. I HACn AH & POI1X ArriCB at -sot- Street. his dwelling on Main may 23, 1874. jan ATTACHMENT NOTICE. The State of Mississippi, ) Washington County. Justice's Court to February term, Longsfleld & Co. ) vs. I A . J M & R Craig. S uo",' TT appearing to the satisfaction Of the Court from h 7u 7 XufPih Plaintiff herein, that the defendants J M v Craig are non-residents of the State of Mississippi, and that their ruBHisiice is in me Slate Of Ar kansas, ami ineir nnatniSna -a dress is Luna, Chicot rnm.iv a V. t. I.'.l. r V"'- ' ib niereiore ordered bv UlA Pnllf flia ....In.. .1 . - A R E Crsig shall appear before aid Justice's Court to be held in the toWU of GrAenvllln nnnnlw and Hit .r....r"tT " . .r' Ihird Monday of Februaru. 1R7K and pload or demur to plaintiff's actiou, judgment will be rendered Bf , ,Uhem for the amount of plaintiff's claim. aiOT i. .-1 ?A costs of suit. ' " h it further ordered that a copy or tnia apiIdp Km ....l.ll .i . 1 hmuiibiibu ioriour consecutive woes in the Green ville Times, and a !.-...' n.all.J . U J.. ""L'WI ...ftiivTii iu BniU' nnipnnn.ita .r lr a. R E Craig, at their postofflce afore said. fen ".(,e.r m)' hn,,d nd seal, ism ' or Jftnuary- d. Administratrix Salk of LAND. Bv virtue snd In order made by the Honorable viiiierj -ouri oi f ontotoc Couu IT DIUIO OI JUIiMiaainnl n.. a. I. A.. r XT , .Jj. v-1 lug Ullli y uinovemDer i74, the under gnea Aamtnistratrlv r ik. cv tate of William. P. OUI..V usS .IJ n ... ; vi ..uumy oeceased, willon the 22nd day of February 1876 at the ur ui vne uourt House in the S!l!,tyof ollvttr 8ut8 of Missis. J ppi offer for sale at publio auo- V." ue ""gnest bidder for cash ih,Vlf,10W'n decribed land to i. iA 1 l,hat P8rcel of "d in the " 7 ogue rnaiia ana an west of Bogue Phalia in the east half and the east half of the uorth- ... .nvuigr-juur isi range even (7) west containing four. It10., cm mon or lots and the a.t hnlfof the northeasts and the ""' 1 01 tne JNorth-East lection ten fin nw,..kin 101 twenty four ranon ....n A containing one hundrod and twen- ! " f mote or lest all lying and Deillgin the rnnniw nf . Mf , - J - WW..TM, B,iV yi luiBsigginpi, And I Will mil V mrntw anok .1.1. am Isi 1st mi . . my r" ; r he proceed " ""u unancery Court, jE.i3th.i8i7rn,,1,-ulT,,"n- Phelp A Skinner plaint ifft alh. January 28-86-6t " in the putrict Court of the United usui tea jut ram lynmtHMmmx r- .v to10 of MietieMppi. In the matter of) A. B. Sawer t Bankrupt. TO Whom it miv eanasm THW is to give notice that the undersigned nh..in 1111 " bibbippi nas been oppoitiieii assignee of the estate of . . or oiivar county In aid State, and who hue been ad- tt b.51krut upon the petition of hlmwlf byadecreeof said court. MAIN STREET, orce-rllle, - . nisslnlppl. ' BBAHCH Or mm dbos., S21 and 228 Walnut St., Celsn&tl. OMo. Wholesale and Retail D! J foreign and do- . iuuurt uieg forter. Ale Cigars, lpes, a 0., Ac. ' WE call especial attention to our f ' well selected stock of Old Kentnckr Basurban aaVBaTarai r mr FOR CHEAP GOODS BffiS ! GnlnesMB' Pni" ter, Boss snd MeKwan 11., 1QRI o o o -GO T0- Golnesses' Por niJ t "n MeKwan Ale; 1861 Old Lagsrde Brandy, Old Holland vs sus Select brands of Chivgiiig and tsuHd&g Tobaoooi. Oetobtrn,'74.Blt. J. I. IDMGSPIGID IB RIB Drlct Stcrctozse OK IXulfccrry Dtrcst Coot end Choemcker I have Just returned from New Or leans and have a line lot of Leather, Calf aad itoracca. T 5.AVfi ,B0 Poyed three ex- prepared to fill all orders With Dttvmtrk 8vLon..Mfi;.St- porner IFalnut. .wt. , mi, , UAFFAL KRETSCHMAR&r. OBBEMVILLB, DEALERS II Eicams, cc.s, r (MUetitai Xads as. Pr: BsBittti I .. I Liberal Adnnoct : Iatenst Paid Urn Special June27 Attention Qim ment of Tat I iRSL'ranca t: American Llfa IC ' Capital, f 4,6C:, Planters', Mempb!:, Vlrclalft 27. ( RICHMOND,1 Organized 41 yc: CoplUl. $4O0,C soli: Anlhnrlaaii tnr Waiak decl2'74-nl. I TCOPSOIT ft ZIcOALL Cotton Buyers, Wa ' . "..Vr',ni or own msnufao- in ius sst and can there fore psy the full value, , ch, for Cotizzx. PLh?TERS tDd erohnte will " Please give us a call. f9Offloe In tha'afewa ml oot.lO,'74-nlO-8m. C.W.Lbwib. TRUSTEES' 8A. BY virtue of the auto' in us by a certain i executed by Jeff. W. undersigned trustees, book " B No. 2. DtT to or recortfi of oeeut ton county, iJisslssiDci. the purpiwe of psylof k edness In said deed a at public sale to the b for cash, before the i door In the town of C said county, on G. M. TfiriUAn i. " . j. ov.iir.Fd eSu. Lh.Wd-. AllkinVifplo'ttt CELEBRATED . 'OirJGGR' SEWING MACHINE. 0 -.i::.' I ST7I Sm asrent fnr ..J L . made l cloudy well Z "clear teWi ?' he ."bo?e cVl weatherPleMo call Z. ff"-- ment. Rooms Wsshlnrton iVal ,"nM,' P"oes and terms. nue over Qrsrton'i ttori. I w. LEWIS. between the hours of " a. tu. and four o'cl Ibllnwlnir deaarlned If in said county, to wllj iion 17, tne norm a 18, the north half of f south half of section half of sect ion 21, tr quarter of section 30, quarter or section 1 1 six and seven in Gsr eer's subdivision of of section 29, all in range 8 west. The abovs lands Is bellevn but we will convey eu aa Is vested In us. , D. W LAMKIN. .' W. S. EPPEBSC-. dec. 88, 1874-21-61 ' a nt in JU lc II th let , e'( BU e till )- t m jut! ie licii .'ht Veil S c K efii ber 1 1s SCO got st ber, H: scot I ele lomli I, am ys. yoved m )lar t (of Hi (ie Is Julj y coi long liancr, In Tu Mivar nday ' ( ' ( (i ndny, ndny (i ( mday ( 0 BcerytJ tana Co h Mom f Janus ibr. iermsoi nimetic Hand 0 ,Town C f 1st Tuei I Wholes 2IGN vi: r ;aro, :es, WHITTAE- RECT 11 ;rr.ia erry St., r;Ti7 1: AT decl2-nl9.;