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Accounts of regular ts due. and presented the ,h month. i t ml Caait Tarawa. totiansfer the counties of and Coahoma from the h (11) to the twellth (12) il District, and the county are from the twelfth (12) eleventh (11) Judicial Dis- ml to fix the times lor noi be Circuit Courts In said L He it further enacted. Circuit Courts of the Elev- icial District shall be hoi' I continue for the times as er stated, should the busl- he court so long reouire, I umiMtv of ltollvar com' ( on the tint Monday of id September and continue idle al days. county of Washington lng on the third Monday I and nepcemoer. ami cou ntv-rur judicial any. county of Issnaueuacnm t on the seventh Monday Srat Monday In March and ir. and oontluue twelve lavs. sounty of Sunflower corn j on the ninth Monday after I Monday In .Marco, and sr. and continue six Jays. county of Leflore, coinmen Seventh Monday after the ndsy In March and Sep and continue twelve Judl- red March 23, 1874. 8 OF SUPERVISORS. r meetings are held by Uie f supervisors or eacn conn 1 1st Mondays of January, Inlv. Auirust. and October, f continue iu session 4 daya )ncry District; continues 6 )i Tunica, 6 In Coahoma, 0 War and 12 In Washington Jay (5th) January, Tunica (12th) " Coahoma (19th) " Bolivar (20th) " Washington iay,(flth) April, Tunica (13th) " Coahoma (aoth) " Bolivar 11IU TVulllltfftOU . r , " Jny (8th) , July, Tunica (13th) Coahoma s (20th) " Bolivar (27th) " Washington Jay (6th) October, Tunica (18th) , " Coahoma (20st) " Bolivar , (27th) " WaslRgton cry Court will be held In uounty, ib juisi, I UAtulava iftw 1th lion. January, April, July and 4mi of the Sttprenw Court tnenoe on mo m muuu. and October. ,. ! own Counoil meets regular it Tuesday oi eacn awnui i i iiji.i.h) ii. rinr, T . nosBin i , - . Tbblesale Dealer lu f -' . . IGN AND DOMESTIC a i . - r-BTC 3CT IMP03TS3 OF Try St., Urkrm villi, . vol. y. G. A. FULTOI7, BLACKSMITH. CUckSBBtXlBB mm Can lsmBg. . ALL MANSER OF Machine and Boiler Work done expeAt loos and akUlAilljr. rTTh on Uoibernr street. North of Washington avenue. Orvme, jqv. t. ue-iy. COAL! COAL f rf win dallvar coal anywhere In the city, by the wajon load, at Eichty Cc-tsa uxs . AT nw , . TrAED in an onantltles at racntisaCca. rrCoal Yard en Central avenue Bear the wnarr-Boat. . J. H.WG ITdUIiL) CU. Fy n. B. PtTTKAM. Agent. nov21,'74nl0-tf. ' E2ALE3 IX AVD MEDICINES, sastTaMsPsw WASHINGTON AVENUE, mohia-Si. oiLvnnomTii, r ( A. ) OBBBBVILLB, MISS. TsE&PECTFULLY laibrma the XV public that he la prepared to re pair watoaes, uioobs ana jeweuy, In the most perfect manner, guar anteeing rausiaciion in an cases August X7, laro-qr J. LQK tKm' miSJm Dealer In Zlou7, Caeca, Lsrd. Meal, Corn, Sugar, Coffee, Tin and Wooden Ware, r:7m::3f CROCKERY, A. II. F1NLAY 4c CO. DtALSKS IK . D n U G 0 AND nnDicnjo, , PEEFussrar, toilet soaps, rfUstts, CUt, Dyes, Olass. ALSO WATERS Cornsr Washington Avenas and Mulbersv streets, rebO-60. OKXEMVILLK. DBALBBIN . Dtz!ly Crc::rl:3, 0ANSD-FEUIT3, PlC2lit8pr.S323VES WINES ft LIQUOK3, T TOBACCO ft CIGARS. Also at iybL. -... ; are mixed by persons wno Know exactly how they should be prepar- eo. Also an aept on uauu. HAVANA CIGARS, of tha richest frarmnee. To those who desire a quelt Saloon, good Drinks, and fine Cigars, we say, Oi ttulberrr.Bfcet, Oreenv;.:, LJaslwlppi, July 8th, 18U-tf. ' - M. MQKRI8 DKALBR M WATcsra, 7a3. f-7A taM BjeKnient of the best EycoUfadc always ox Uad. rrarl' ir at-" '.i to it; rf7 Vatehes, Ji t If worx warranted, boy ,.j7 Ay GlillVVIIJLE, WASHINGTON CO., On each express compear, t2000 Telegraph eo. operating three hun- orea miles or more oi wire, OperBtiasr IZ9 ft less tbaa 8C0, WS0 Over 28 and less than 139, 830 Each fbrein Ins. eomoanr. iku Each home Ins. co. with principal sssets and oace in State, iw Or snch home companies mar par In Hen of snch sum an amount equal to 2 per ct. of capital paid tB wnten anaii oe in rail oi aii Bute and eonuty taxes ; provided that all mutual companies having ton than tlO.CCO paid capital upon which to par taxes; shall pay 80 eats upon each policy issued or ia force, er pay the privilege tax of tlCCO, as thcyjnar elect. Each sleeping car co. 1000 Distillery of grata 200 Insurance aent . ". - 10 EUliard or Jenny Llnd table, nine or tea pin auey, or similar con trivance kent for public use 20 Trading boat, with produce, pro vision aaa provenaer aioue xo Wharf-boat 100 All other trading boats 200 Tavern or hotel ia city or town ot gve thousand inhabitants or over with capacity for thirty or more nests 100 Same with capacity for less thau thirty guests ou In town of 2 and not over 8000 In habitants, with capacity for tweutv-flva auests - 80 Same with capacity for leu than in town of less than 2380 16 Private hoarding house not board ing students jBXciustveir iv Railroad eating house where two or more trains stop for meals dallr 126 Houses where one train meals 60 Provided that no hotel or estiug house sball be required to pay more than once under the forego ing provisions ; but when subject to the conditions of more than one revision, the highest shall be paid ettaurant la place of over two thousand Inhabitants , oo In town under two thousand 26 Circus or menagerie, or both com bined, each day's performances Side show, each day, . 10 Show, exhibition, concert, or other oerformacce where fee is charged for admission, and not de voted exclusively to religious, be nevolent, or educational purposes, ner day. , I Hall used ss theatre or opera house in town ofunder6380pr year, 100 In town over 8000. 200 Store, stock under 1000, 11000 to (2000 two to three thousand dollars, three to four thousand " four to live thousand, " five to seven thousand " seven to ton thousand " ten to fifteen thousand " fifteen to twenty thousand ' twenty to thirty thousand thirty to forty.flve thousand over forty-live thousand auctioneer In town of 1000 same In town of 1 to 8000 A 10 20 25 80 48 60 86 110 200 280 800 10 25 iu town of over 8 ft under 6000 SO iu town of over 6000 40 peddler on foot 10 with one animal ' 20 with animal and vehiclo 80 Provided, persons peddling ex clusively good, wares, or merch andise manufactured in the State, shall be exempt. peddler with vehicle ft 2 animls 40 cotton broker or factor not llcens ed as a merchant, 20 public cottou wclghcj where less man zuuu Dales are wolghea over 2000 and less thau 8600 over 8ZC9 and less than 6000 over A r 1 less than 8 thousaud 20 over 8 a.J less than ten 41 26 over ten thousaud bales 40 each coal yard except where char coal alone is sold 26 brewery or establishment for the manufacture or bottling of ale, beer, soda or mineral water, 40 drug store where vinous or spirit ous liauors are sold, not exueed lug six barrels per annum, nor one barrel in sixty days 60 same selling more 100 store selling by gallon or wore 60 pawnbroker ' . . . 100 broker keeping office street broker . 26 practicing lawyer 10 Each and every person rcceivlug or forwarding goods, wares or merchandise for profit, and not paying tweuty dollars privilege tax as a merchant, nor keeptnv a licensed wharf-boat. 20 commission morohanl, ' 60 dentist 6 civil engineer or architect 10 gas company iu town of less thau four thousand Inhabitants 80 In town of over four thousand 100 toll bridge 26 steam ferry on the Mississ nnl rl ver whose point of departure or landing is from a town of five 1 thousand oe more tnbabltnts 160 from town of less inhabitants 76 other ferries where reoeints ax. ceed lire hundred dolls jpr an 28 dealer in ale, beer, or other malt liquors. In town of Ave thous and inhabitants or more,, and not licensed as a retail liquor dealer 100 in town of over 2ftuadr 6000 60 other such dealers 80 soda fountain 6 cotton compress company 100 sewing machine areacy 40 each aent, except oue for each established asency 6 photograph gallery 10 livery, feed or sale stable la town of orer 1 aud leu than 2000 10 in town over 2 and under 8000 20 lu town over 2 and uader 6000 40 in town over 6 and under 10,000 60 iu town over 10,000 people 100 transient vendor of horses or mules 80 real estate annt 10 bank of dUcount or deposit iu to wn of leu than 2000 2C0 Which shan be In lisu of all tax on tea thousand dsUars of the etr'lsl of such bank. UJt oL toeouat or deposit 1b iowi or over two om - f r thousMd ltkwitats IJi V i sa l ii Lri of aU it on ttteen tkouiaui dollari cspltsl r. r.i iyv same ia town of over 4000 1000 selling prise or gift packages, or any goods not exposed or exhib ited, on ears la this State, 26 transient venders of Jewelry, be the saase oCmd for sa)e ia store of resident dealer or not 26 And the license herein, shall be personal privilege license, and not I transferable ; and license shsll be construed to exempt from taxation the property used In the license business, except as specially provided in thle Act. The tax on privileges Imposed by this section shall not he liable to taxation by any Incorporated city or town to an amount exceeding fifty per centum of the Stole tax, herein provided, nor by any county ia any amount whatever; provided, That no ad-J dlUonal tax shall bo collected by county, city or town on any Insur ance, telegraph, express or sleeping ear com panics. All licensee upon telegraph companies, express com panies, insurance and sleeping car companies, and also upon banking companies In the cities of Jackson and Vlcksburg sball be paid by them luto the Treasury; and no person or persons shall be allowed to collect or receive communions for the same. And In case of the flillure of any. auch'person or cor poratinaa to pay the same, the Au ditor Is 'hereby required to. place the same Ic the hands of any She riff or District Attorney, who shall collect the same, with the fifty per cent, damages, and who shall be entitled to the usual fees out of such damages. Sec. 2. Be It further enacted, That the Auditor shall have pre pared tax licenses, In amounts ap plicable to each of the Items of the foregoing section. The Audi tor shall sign all such licenses, and atlaeh the seal of hie office thereto, and shall furnish the Collector of each county with the requisite number of licenses needed for his eaucty; and the Auditor shall Charge up the said Collector with the amounts of all auoh licenses Is sued to them, In a book to be kept for that purpose, and shall require the said Collector to report at the end of each month the number of the licenses Issued by him, and the amount collected thereon; and the amount of said collections shall be paid tato the Treasury, si other tax money Is lequired to be paid ; and the Auditor shall, upon his fi nal settlement with the Collector, for the State taxes, also require a final settlement for privilege tax es, and shall give the uld Collec tors credit for the amountof uusold licenses returned by him, and the said Collector shall, upon such Anal settlement, pay over any balance found due him, on aooountof the privilege tax licenses so furnished blm. . Sec. 3. Be It further enacted, That the Collector shall estimate the number of privilege licenses needed for his county, and shall make requisition upon the Auditor lor the number and denomination of each, required by him, and shall, from time to time, make additional requisitions, as he may require li censes ; and the said Collector shsll upon appllcstiou of any persons wishing to follow any of the pro teutons or callings enumerated III the foregoing section of this Act, furnish him or them with the pri vilege license, upou the payment of the amount due therefor. It shsll be the duty of these Collec tors to furnish each person doing business In his county, with the necessary license, and he shall date each license the first of the month in which he Issues said license. and shall number the same consec utively In the order of their Issu anee; and all licenses Issued by him shall 'be oounters'gned In his offlcisl capacity. The Collector shall keep a book, In which he shall record the name of the party to whom each license Is granted, the date, expiration and occupation, and amount paid ; and such bonk sball be Opened to Justices of the Peace, the District Attorney, or any citlsen dulrlng to Inspect the same ; and the Collectors shall re port and pa over all moneys col lected on account of privilege licen ses, m required by section 1724, and be subject to the ume liabili ties and penalties as described by section 1TS8 for non-payment of State taxu; and for the collection of aald pri vilege tax, and the Issu ance or tno licenses ss nerein pro vided, the same commissions shall be allows! as are allowed by law for the collection of ethtr BUte tax es.' See. 4. Be 1t further enacted, That In all cases where persons were in business and pursuing avo cations on or before the first day of May, 1874, whloh were taxable un der the privilege tea law of 1874, and such persons obtained license under Mid laws of 1874, su;h li cense shall be deemed and held to bare commeoeed running on the erst day of Ksy, 74, and sball ex pire on fee tHrteeatb day of April, 1876, and upon all such, who oomt kuxss.1, rsnxlU arwakl, alter the ffnt day of Kay, 1871, the II- Ay Ay v AV V V MISS., SATURDAY, MARCH SO, 1878. ; NO. 33. shall expire one year from the time of commencing such busi ness, without reference lu either to the date of Issuance of li lt shall be the duty of the Collector to Investigate all such ca sed Issue license accordingly. It shsll also be his duty to issue II cense immediately to all persons who have not heretofore been li censed, and to collect the tax on the same. See. 5. Be It further enacted, That any person desiring to enjoy any of the privileges enumerated In the first section of this Aot, shall first pay the price above fixed, to the Collector, and obtain bis li cense, or that of the Auditor, for auch privileges, and the person re- oelvlng such license shall post or put up the same In his office or place of business, in some conspic uous place ; and ary person or per sons or .corporation who shall ex ercise, In this State, any of the pri vileges enumerated lu this Act, without first paying the price and procuring, the license, a required, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and, on conviction before any Jus tice of the Peace, or other Court of competent jurisdiction, shall be fined not leu than double the tax Imposed by this Act, or shall be Imprisoned In the county jail not exceeding one month, or be pun ished by both, at the discretion oft the Court, as now provided by sec tion 1730 of Code of 1871 ; and any debts or claims tbat may accrue to auy person on account of the bust neu herein taxed, who shall fail or neglect, within thirty days after such license Is due, to pey the same, shall be null and void, aud no suit shall be maintained lu any Court of law or equity, In this 8tate, to enfore the payment of such claims, or a compliance with contracts In favor of any person foiling to pay the privilege tax re quired by this Act ; and the Collec tor shall have the power to dUtraln and sell sny property liable for the tax Imposed upon privileges, as he now has for the tax-imposed upm privileges, as he now has for the collection of the State taxes. Bee. 6. Be it further enacted, That the State tax for general pur poses Is hereby fixed at four mills, instead of six and three-fottrth mills, as now provided ; and In ad ,dltkm to funds now receivable (or such tax, It may bo pnid in State I i .i I . 7 . b .,-m. so April i, ion, except suun as were Is sued for dues prior to that time : Provided, That no warrants drawn on aud after the first iuy of January, next succeeding the year for which any taxes of such year, nor receivable by the Treasurer from Tax Collectors In settlement of the same i Provided, further, That the Treasurer shsll continue to pay outstanding warrants in the order of luuance, when there are funds in the treasury for that pur pose. Sec. 7. , Be It further enacted, That each Tax Collector shall make affidavit at the time of the pay inent of the privilege tax colleoted by hfni into the State Treasury, that bo has received all of the war rants and certificates of Indebted neu paid in by him, at their par value, and that he has not specula ted directly or Indirectly thereon. Sec. 8. Be It "further enacted, That banks located in towns of less than two thousand inhabitants, and having paid $160 for privilege tax of 1874, by reason of an error in the law, shall have credit for $50 on their privilege tax for 1876, Sec. 8. lie it further enacted, That this Act take effect and be in force from and after Its passage. Approved, March 1, 1878. LAWS. An Act to require certain public officers to furnish their own stationery,, and for other purposes. Secttou 1. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Mis sissippi, That no stationery shsll be allowed to county officers, or to officers of any Court In this State, except such blanks and blank books as are required for keeping all httate, County and Court records. Sec. 2. ' Be it further euacted, That bo civil process shall bo Is sued or executed by any officer of any court of this State, until all the costs of said process have been paid to the officers entitled to re ceive the same; provided, that this section shall not apply to any resident of this State who shall make affidavit that he or she has a good causo of action, but is insol vent and unable to pay the costs of a suit. Sec. 8. Be It further enacted, That all settlements made between the parties to any suit iu any court of this State, shall bo deemed and held to hare been made by virtue of the last process issued in said suit; provided no suit shall be dismissed until all costs shall have been paid. , Icy i'lHl AV Sec. 4. Be it further enacted. That the Judges, Chancellors and Justices of the Peace of this State be and they are hereby required, after giving thirty days' notice to the plaintiffs, to dismiss aH suits now pending or that may hereaf ter be pcndlugjn their respective courts, utiles the provisions of the second section of this act are sooner complied with. Sec. 6. Be It further enacted, That Sheriffs shall be allowed the same fees for executing the pro cesses of the Board of Supervisors as they are' allowed by law for ex ecuting similar processes of the Chsneery Courts. Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, Tbat all laws or parts of laws In conflict with the provisions of this act be and the same are hereby re pealed, and that this act shall take effect aud be lu force from and af ter its passage. Approved March 6, 1875. An Act supplemental to an act making an appropriation to defray the expenses of the State Government for the year 1876. Section 1. Bo it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Mis sissippi, That tho sum of fifty thousaud dollars, or so much thoreof as may be necessary, be aud the sanio is hereby appropria ted on accouut of the Judiciary, to pay outstanding claims on ac count of wltuess certiflcates,grand juries, allowances to sheriffs, clerks and other officers, for which no provision has been niade In the act to which this is supplemental., provided, tbat no claim or allow ance made or accrued ou or after Jauuary 1, 1876, shall bo paid by the State; and provided further, that no allowance shall be paid to sheriffs who, as tax collector, have paid money into the treasury on account of taxes colleoted, and afterward drew out any portion of the same as taxes overpaid; aud provided that tho(sum of two thousand dollars in currency s..ill be ret npai't as payment -of attor ney foes in the casus knowu as t ho "Cottou Money and Lottery Ca scs," in the Supremo Court of the United States, and tho Auditor oi' Public Accounts is authorized to -ue his a arrant hi favor ol the y vcrnor for a siifAujcnt amount out of this appropriation to pny said two thousaud dollars in cur. roncyv Sec. 2. Be It further enacted, That this act shall tako cflbct and be in force from and alter its pass ago. Approved March 6, 1876. An Act to provide for tho collec tion of revenues improperly withheld from tho Slato aud County Treasury. Section 1. e It enacted by the Legislature of the State of Mis sissippi, That tho Governor bo and he is hereby authorized and directed to employ at a compensa lion not excocdiug fifty per cout nm of whatever sums may be col lected, one or more agents to ex amine all settlements made by any tax collector within the Slate and counties within the six years last past, and to iustituto suit or suits on the bonds of the tax collectors for the State and counties in every case in wbii;h any money collected for tuxes may have been illegally or Improperly withhold, or any er roueous or false settlements may have been made. No security for costs shall bo exacted or required in any such suit, nor shall the State iu auy event bo chargeable therewith, bnt the agent or agents employed and causing suit to bo commenced, shall bo taxed with the ssmo in case of a failure to re cover judgment against the eollec' tor or his securities. Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That all actions brought nnderthe first section of this act shall have preference over all other pending suits, aud shall be tried ut the re turn term of the writ, uniess good causo be shown to the contrary, or the parties otherwise agree, and that this act take effect from and after its passage, A pproved March 4, 1876. An Act "to nniond section 2833 of tho Revised Code of 1871, Section 1. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the fitato of Mis sissippi, That section 2883 of the Revised Code of 1871 be aud the same is hereby amended by stri king out tho words " aud costs," after tho word "fine," tn sixth lino of said section. Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That this act shall take effect and be in force from and after Its pass age. Approved Jauuary 27, 1876. T E:rcts 81 ru:rtsra, , We have approved forms of con tract movlga'cs for sale. JunltiL STEAJ3 PLAM"S W0RX SAW AND GRIST MILL. Ureeuville, Ose NB. JOHNSON CO.,-. Contra ton. Builders, Ac, respectfully inform the public that through the agency of the above works, we are prepared to compete with builders in any part of the country for the construction of houses or bridges, and guarantee satisfaction iu prices and quality ot wora. Mir LUMBER YABD in Greenville Is now .well stocked with choice varieties of seasoned tINE AND CYPRESS, which wooffer at reasonable prices. Plans and specifications for hous es furnished on application. , mTOEETAIlliR, A supply of both felalllc and Wooden Cases 1 J at all sixes constantly kept on hand. Our Wood Coffins an got up in imitation of Metallca, and look full as well. . Cost from $10 to $40, ac cording to else aud trimming. . a. TP 3 a CO B "al R Sit? n Vr 2 3 5' g. p V B b O n tr it y m " t 1 2. Hi r. Eliistt & Feusss, TOT, COPPEB, VTZHS DIUCVXI7G Done on shqrt notice. - ALSO DEALERS IN CcskiR d heatir.j staves 3rWe keep on hand all article generally rouim in a itst-ciass XIIV-HIIOl'. Cash paid for old BraM, Copper, ieau ana iron. WASHINGTON STREET. Bet. Mulberry und Looust. SOpt. IV. '74. CALOOft! o o una -S3 52 KENNEDY & HANWAY. Bestol ' wims & LIQUORS, Pure Havana Cigars, California Wines, I oirer Beer. Etc. oc0Mnm Street. Greenville, Miss. Coot end Choemsker I hnve Just returned from NewOr- icuiis anu uare iiiic iiivoi , leather. Calf a d Rlorocco, T HAVE aim employed three ex 1 cellcntlournevmen. and am now preparea to nuai orders , With Ditpatth. Shop on Main St., Corner Walnut. OV. 26, 1871. ii. CAFFAIj l. v;ilczi;jsi(i a co DEAMHStS S77 Good? AMD GHOCKRIKO, BOOTS and SHOES, 'AND. Plantation CpIie. sept. 6, 1874. On Main Street. TU8T RECEIVEp-r ciioicr . PIRT" March 6, 187; 3 5 K 0 5 if, r- a Si i VALLIANT, -ATt OUTS EY AT 1UA.W 4JREESVILLE, MISS. Practice in WaahHiRtun ami Ia quenn counties, and in Urn I ultra Htates Courts at Jackson, ap23 cuas. w. CVtKKE. JOUJC w. muujs CLARKE ibUISLIM, ATTOBJIBYS AT fcAir On Walnut street, near the Court Uoum GreenvlSe. MUs. W. A. IIAYCKAFT, ATTORNEY AT LAV, GREENVILLE, - . - MISS. Makss the payment of Uxrs, redsam uon, Mia and leashv-tf lane a speciality. y J w. A. fCKCY. . o. Yxaoxa, ATTORNEYS AlVAWt urecnVUle, Bliss. , W. B. TKICU. . O. M. BCCKKKB TRIGG Ac HTJCKNEII, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Greenville....... ............ Miss. Office In Bank Building, Main at up-atalrs.. g W. FERGUSON, , ATTOBtHEY AT LAW, WILL PRACTICE in the Coarte of Tunica, Coahoma, Dotlvsr, Washington and Issanneua Counties. aud attend to the sale, purchase and leasing of plautatious and payment or tnxea. :.--; v . W. O. Fbcliw. - Joshua Sklaasr. Phelps a CSxtssc?, ATTORNEYS AT LAW ttreeavlllei 1 $9Will practice ia the TJ. 8. i Courts, Supreme Court and the r Courts of Washington, Bolivar and Sunflower Counties. oct. 8.'74. r. a. Mux-rueMKKr. a. n. noosSt ATTORNEYS AT LAW, RtvBBToit, Bolivar county, Mho W. 8. PARISH, ' . ATXOI1NI3Y JLY LJkXf :rP ': Maybbbvilbb, IssMNesMs Vmmmtf, October 8,'74-n. ' 'Vt JL'H. LOMBARD, , Attorcr $si tzx $t Lit, LEQTA, UlSBi, , Wlt'L practice In all the courts pf Washington ami Usaque nn counties. Special attention xlv- en to the collacticu of claim, with or w;tnoui sun. , robis-nai, Dr. C. Skixner, ' Ol'FKIIS HIS " PiTcfewici, sznvicio TO THE v.-' ' Citiaeas el GrctavlUa ' AND Tllfe Oovnt7 at Lcrrb. Oh-ru K at bis dwelling on Main Street. may 28, 1874. TUt. J. L. YOUNG . . ' Having located in Greenville, respectfully informs the cltltena thereof and surroundlrg country that ho is prepared to attend to all the duties appertaiuing to his pro fession. Those favoring him with tholr patronage may rest assured that their work will be done in the most thorough and skillful manner and none but the best of material used. Office nt tho residence of W. B, Wheatley, near the Court House, Parties desiring to be visited at their residences in tho country, will leave word at the office or at Fluby's prog Stpre, octl7-6m, Worthingtcn, Buckner & Co GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI, : Transact a General . ,.' Collections made and proceeds remitted, on dsy received iSTBuy and sell on commlssiocx all kinds Bonds. Scrip and war rants. " men 1873. oadiiic? oAcaq UPiiousixjuiiEn, DSALKB IK ALL kinds of Fnrnitarc, Mattmse a ae., gpeeial attention paid to all kinds of repairs, all kinds or Mattress j el made to order. Locust fit. between Woahina-'on Av. and Main ' GREENVILLE, KISJ, mch 1, 1873-Om. LiiryGC;!3C::, , vAKD . ' .... TIIE nnderslgosd hereby aanor to the nablie, tl 1 tier have v ken eharge of their on Washington Avrrr Best of at-u'f)n give) U t . 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