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i j. v all: ATTOi:.M; V ,VT JVV GREENYILLE, MISil. Practice in Washington and Is quena eouuties, and in tiio Uuiw d Slat") Courts at Jackson. &,Zi d every Saturday I FY TF12 blishing Company lun foes mtt ttliVi J if Ay V Ay 4 v Ay 4' w V ICE RULES. - RULE ONE. to? subscription; e year, in advauce, I'&OC (months, ia advance 2:W RULE TWO. 'pr ADVERTISING: 'dvertlsing, Oue W Insertion, $1:50 juent Insertion-.. 75 o egal notices due on or lublkalion. No proof itil paid for LF. THREE. HALF-YEARLY AND VLY KATF.S: CPIED, c 20 30 85 .75 125 I lolumn...., Bum ulur Advertisements at tho beginning of ;le four. . rial Notices, except taning the first Inser- idvertsement, will be Stouts per Hue; Obittuv le. Siniplo announce ths or marriages free. p wish ti led "pers( ire! to pa wish to Indulge la ersonal notices," pay In accord' ke nature of their am I7LE FIVE. i f u -i . t m V hates: 1 District Offices, $20 Offices: 10 ices - 5 ULE SIX. traiiBlont customers Itton, for Job work, ad subscription, must bo by the Qish to obtain A .?.wi,.t.i nf vnrvnlnr K'.a end presented the onth. t Com t Terms. jtansfer tho counties of !d Coahoma from the II) to the twellth (111) i strict, and the county from tho twelfth (12) tenth (11) Judicial IJi3 to fix tho times for hoi Circuit Courts In' said Je it further enacted tuit Courts of Ihe Kiev il District shall he hol itltuie for the times as ktuled, should the busl 2urt so long require. Uuty of liolivar com I the first Monday' of loptomberand continue jiil days. unity of Washington on the third Monday d September, and cou-f-four judicial days. Iity of Issaquena coin i tlie seventh Monday I Monday in March und mid coiitinuo twelve I. Bty of Sunflower com ihe ninth Monday after pndav in March and and coiitinuo six ity of Leflore, common enth Mondny ufter the y in March aul Sep ! continue twelve Juu(- March 25, 1874. F SUPERVISORS, tcetlngs arc held by the per visors of each cotin ; Mondays of January, August, and October, itiuue' In session 4 days cr. t District; continues 0 mica, 0 hi Coahoma, 0 and 12 in Washington: 15th) Jauuary, Tunica tlith) " Coahoma (10th) " liolivar ,2th) " Washingtou (Oth) (13th) (20th) (27th) April, Tunica . " Coahoma " Bolivar "Washington July, Tunica l(uth) (13th) (20th) c(27th) ," Coahonm " Bolivar " Washington (Oth) October, Tunica (13th) " Coahoma r20st) " Bolivar (27th) ' Waslngton Court will be held in County, 14th District, mdnvs after 4th Mon- iuarv. April. July aud i i of tho Supreme Court luce on the 8d Mondays i October. . n Couucll meets regular ,'uesday of each montn MQERIS Mosaic Dealer In AND DOMESTIC 3, uauons, Tobacco, i ETC. IMPOltTEll OF l Wines, Cham Brantlys, EtcT bt.. G'reenvilwc, ! ' Mist. vol. r. G. A. PULTON, BLACKSMITH, Ulacbtmithinc nnd Hone Shoeing. ALL MANNER OP Machine and Boiler Workdoneexpeditloua and skiUfully. earShop on Mulberry street, North of Washington avenue. Greenville, ov. 7, is-iy. COAL ! COAL fcTl will deliver coal anywhere In the city, by the wagon load, at Eighty Cents a Box: AT THE in any quantities at 75 Cents a Box. ESTCobI Yard on Ceutral avenue near the Wharf-Boat. J. M. WHITEHILL A CO., By H. B. Putnam, Agent, nov21,'74ul6-tf. Alexander & Elliott, DEALERS IN AND MEDICINES, Perfamerr, Toilet Soup, TthPw den. Hair Brniiho, Tooth Brashes, rnflT Brashes. WASHINGTON AVENUE, ' GREENVILLE, MISS, mchl3-32. ELI BlTLEIt, SILVERSMITH, 3 GREKNVILLE, VISB. RESPECTFULLY informs the public that he is prepared to re pair watches, ciocxs ana jeweiry In the most perfect maimer, guar anteeing rausraction in an oases. August ii7, lSTU-qr . J. LMGSFIELD, Dealer in Flour, 23 ft o on, Lard, Meal, Corn, Sugar, Uoflee, MoltiMBON, Tobacco, Tin and Wooden Ware, Shoes Dry -goods NOTIONS, CROCKERY, Jug and Glass Ware. DRUG STORE. A. XI. FINLAY 4c CO , DEALERS IN DRUGS AND MEDICINES, i PEBFUMERY, TOILET SOAPS, Paints. Oils. Dyes, Glass ALSO SODA AND MINERAL WATERS On Draught and in Bottles, Corner Washington Avenue and Mulberry streets, r Fub 6- 69. GREENVILLE E. ENOS N DIALER IN Family Groceries Oonfactionries, 0ANED-FRU1TS, PICKLtS & PRESERVES, WINE3 & LIQUORS, . TOBACCO & CIGARS. Also at my bar NICEST DRINKS are mixed bv nersons who know exactly how they should be prepar ed. Also are aepi on nanu. HAVANA CIGARS, of the richest fragrance. To those who desire a queit ttaioon, gnoa Drinks, and fine Cigars, we say, Try my Qalooa, On Mulberry Street, Greenville, Mississippi, July 6th, 1873-tf. M. MQEEIS ma turn. 3TX2TI2 JZZYTZZliZV? WATCHES, FX REFLATED "V7ARE BSTA large assortment of the best Spectacles always on hand. carPartlcular attention paid to repairing Watches, Jewelry, and nil work warranted. nov2S,174-nl7 GREENVILLE, AVASIIINGTON CO., MISs-?., S.Y'TIJI JXXVV, -VI2 John Mitcncl's Last Letter. Cork. March 6, 1875. To the EJitoreof the Herald: Through the courtesy of the New York Herald, I use the immense publicity of Its columns to ray a few words to my friends In America concerning the Tipperary election, now still pending. It is already known to you that an election did take place nearly three weeks ago, that I was returned without oppo tion, that election was complete and a certificate of my return lodg ed in the Hanaper Office. It is needless to recall the extraordinary scene anil rage and trepidation which ensued upon that event and the headlong hurry with which Mr Disraeli passed the House to annul my election by a resolution. It was in vain that eveu English liberal members of Parliament re monstrated against the haste with which Ministers called upon ; them to do so grave an act without in quiry. A motion was made by the Irish home rule members tor delay, and most of the liberable members of Parliament voted for this resolu tion, so that the strange sight was presented of Mr. Gladstone and the home rulers walking in the sanio lobby. But nothing could check the ardor of the Minister. The doors of that House must be instantly barred and bolted against me or all was lost. In-short, the new writ was issued that night, and we are now in the midst of a second elec tion, for Tipperary would not give it up and neither would I. The people of this fine county have shown such enthusiasm and such unanimity that my friends hoped that no one would venture to be nominated again.it mo; that it would have been a second "walk over," followed'by a se'eond annul ment. The government, however, determined to cut the matter. This could be done by even a show of opposition, because on a contested election a petition against tho re turn gives government the power, under a new act of Parliament, to refer tho whole matter to the Court of Common Pleas, whose judges In Ireland alone are made absolute judges of contested elections. So, on the nomination day, the 4th of March, my nomination was re- celyed early in the day. The hours passed on without the least symp torn of any intended opposition uiv til within Ave minutes of the time when the Sheriff must have de clared me duly elected, as he had done before. Just then two ranks of police, with muskets nnd fixed bayonets, marched, up the hull of tlie Court House, and between these two ranks an individual was seen to hurry along towards the Sheriff's room. This was a Mr. Moore, of Bamc, and ho is the gentleman against whom I am to poll Tipper ary on the Uth. John Mitchel. Grant Interviewed. Washington, April 6.TI10 Pres ident to-day, In conversation with the writer hereof, remarked, in re ply to a question, that he was somewhat amused lately ' at the uewspapfer statements of what he would do lu relation to the recent outrages by armed bands of Mexi cans Invading the Texas frontier. Such statements wero mere Inven tions, as he did not, since those events, expressed his views to any person, hot even the Secretary of State, who, like himself, had been absent from thi city. It was al ready known to the public that or ders had been Issued to the milita ry for the protection of our citizens on the frontier, but In addition to this nothing had been done. The Government was not yet fully ad vised or the extent of tho outrages. although it had been officially In formed or the arret t of mail-carriers and the burning of a postofflce by the Invaders. The Mexican Gov ernment had repeatedly been re. minded of outrages heretofore com mitted by Mexicans on citizens of the United States both In Mexico and on the United States soil, and would hear from this Government in a short time, concerning those more recently committed, through the Department of State. There would be a consultation with the Secretary of State on this subject and probably it would be brought to the attention of the Cabinet. But meautime all newspaper state ments as to the action of the Gov eminent. We must, he remarked, hereafter determine what is proper to be done in the premises. He could see no reason for apprehen. sion of war between the two coun tries, but of course no one could tell What might take place In the fu ture. Nothing, however, would be done by this Government to pro voke sucii a result. , . L !-! . When a Connecticut lcacou nudged a somnolent worshipper with tlie contribution box, the sleepy lndividval awoke partially, smiled, grunted, "1 don't smoke," and dropped off again. California Gamblers In the CMea Time. From the New Oilcan Pieajone. Th California gambler of forty nine was no vulgar rogue, or vil lain of tho homely stripe ; ho had his inspirations; it was fat game ho hunted, and he put his own lite in the chase. Ho had his scntl mcnts, more or less exalted, accor ding to the location of his tables aud the quality of his friends. Tho fifty cent roulctto twirler or thimble rigger of Pacific or Little Siducy street, might not be so sub It 1110 aud imposing in his defini tions of honor a tho thousand dollar faro dealer of the Parker House or El Dorado, but ho was sure to be twice as noisy and ex acting. "Gentlemen," ho would say no word half so often on his lips as that" Gentlemen, wo play on tho square ; if we doesn't play ou the square ditlicultics aud un pleasantness aud six-shooters are liable. Gentlemen, I hope we aro all honorable men ; we'll have our littlo gnmo pcaccablo and ou tho square if wo can ; but wo will have It any how, by thunder t" In the Bella Union or tho Cali fornia Exchange, aristocratically pitched on the plaza, tho stylo of conversation across tho green cloth in cases of "difficulty" was different, being more debonair and not so broad., "A momeut, if yon please," quietly remarks an almost beard less desperado, covering his pile with a firm hand, and fixing dau- geroiis eyes ou tho burly dealer of monto, whom ho addressed : " You can stop there." "Well, sir?" "Excuso mo, but I think you drew two cards." "I believe not; I'll take your pile if you please ; tho kenvaiyo takes it." " Two cards ! " "Your money. t" And in each case tho words aro accompanied by a quick move mont which discloses a revolver. With the appearand) of these two disputants polished, curt, of brief but sharp downright speech there is a quick but fusslcss stir among tho. spectators1 around tho table lu a moment a clear spaco is fornix cd in the midst of a still circle of llnshing eyes, compressed lips and clenched hands. You may count twouty dcliborately oro you hear a breath drawn or sec the slightest movement. "Well, sir." " Well." "Your mar.ey I" "Your cards 1" Up steps a by-standcr, somo cool, steady veteran, expert in the game, and versed in tho law of ililllcul- tics a man of nwlul nerve, whoso tympanum, accustomed to the crack, no pistol shot alarms. "Gentlemen," says he, " try ar bitration first." Anotheiquick exchange of in quiring and responsive glances between tho disputants. Not a word, but tho eyes of each plainly say " agreed." Roth throw them selves back in their chairs airtl withdraw their hands from tho tabic, with tlie air of men in viting examination, and resolute to abldo tho result. Tho veteran calls up two brothers of tho green cloth, competent to act as umpires, aud three minutes, fraught with mort"' 1 "B8cdl!U''Jb- eratfllT the PUBLIC PAtROSA Ho 0, FUEStl Bear slow Of tHK ther) I ninu; tol f fi fiiT. ALWAYS tugu-r conn ' ' HAND, I. ISENllERM. says; happ-tantion Tax Payers.' mH 1-2 CeBtTrrrr Tax. Ir? nppe; of lands in Washington aftciy liable to the above tax, Is was 1 youiP my hand for collection. go b paid on r before the 2d hands, are s sliuken across tho tabic, drinks to the company, at the ex pense of the "btieker" as lie Who plays against the bank is call ed, and the gatno proceeds with a better understanding. Had the result of tho examina tion been otherwise, a man or two would have been killed presently. Twelve pcrsouistoppod at a ho tel over night. Ou asking their bill tho next morniti, they found it twelve dollars. The old men paid $1 each, the old women paid $2 aaott, thq young jnc.il paid 50 cents each, and the y'otiug women paid 25 ceu each, lloiv many old men, how mauy young men, how many obi women, and how many young women wero there traveling iu tho crowd? Taxos AtaU-d. Vi&t Ftueliul Tis-Psyers 2;rs. llus. Clakios I fcce in the shr rift's posters and through the rrtl- j clo in the Clarion of last week &' well, that there Is under a late act of tho Legislature an abatement of all taxes due and unpaid prior to 1S74, ou the simple condition that delinquents will now come forward and pay their taxes for 1S74. This is well for the delinquents nnd Heaven forbid that I should grudge asir.glo tax-ridden individual the least morsal of good tortune that may overtake him. But how is It with those who have paiJ promptly? I am one of many thousands who through great privations have ma naged to pay promptly for 1S71. I paid my taxes in groenhaeks, and I mny mention in passing that I paid twice as much on the thous and dollars worth of property as I paid before tho war on one hundred thousand dollars worth. In other words I found my taxes multiplied by twenty, while my ability to pay was reduced by at least ten. My case is not anomalous. Thousands are iu my condition and yet by Im posing hard terms on ourselves and our families wo contrive to pay. In doing this wo left ourselves al most or quite without means to commence another years opera tions. Is it uny wonder tlteu that we look with dlffuvor on a law re leases thousands of delinquents for years, 011 tho simple condition that they pay taxes for one year in de preciated wariants? I am not envious of otherpcoplo's good fortune; but charity begins at homo. And how Is this tiling to operate on me 'and others of my class, who through trial and tribu lation have paid our taxes in cur rency, dollar for dollar. For evory dollar abated there will be a defici ency of a dollar in the Treasury. How is that to be made cood, ma nifestly by increasing the taxes 011 those who pay? Is this Just? I have not viewed with favor the proposition to refuse to pay taxes ; but If tlilitblng is to go on, I shall join tho nnti-payers, for I sue the Legislature by this net is ottering a premium to delinquents; I may struggloon to pay my own taxes ; but when It conieUtf mak ing good delkonolcs created by other people's delinquency the camel's back will give way. T:nttY. A very gushing correspondent serves t'p a romantic little incident that has created much merriment iu Paris. A pretty little creature who has bestowed upon liorscli tho cognomen of Diane do Baga telle, was recently surprised at re ceiving tho card of the father of a young viscount who .was madly In love with her. Tho man was ush ered into her boudoir faultlessly dressed and with the red ribbon of tho Legion of Honor at his but tonhole. "My son loves' Made moiselle," began the Count, with' out further preface. "I know it,' sighed Diane. "Vut lio has a cou sin," replied the Count, "to whom he lias been betrothed for years. She pines and weeps, and you Mademoiselle, you and your fatal charms arc the cansc. 1 will give you two litiu&rod thousand francs to break with my son at onro and forever." "Sir," exclaimed tho lady, "you havo not mado appeal to a callous hesrt I I will make 1 linnrrinVp." "IHessliifrs on vnii. gj'jlhild I" exclaimed the Count. Htiituyte tho letter and the check larly d be yours." So down Diano Lot id penned the release. Tho the or and frt took tho letter and then 011 vvq a check for tho amount "1)1 f1' wulul'',,e I'li,ccd iu tll,! la" jiands, and tho aged nobleman feb 27i ted. Ho had not been long iwIjpii Mllo. Diane discovered SVl.n f.bnl.- hnmia flint bnf ing 1 111 mil ring, which was valued 1 thousand francs, -had ills- rod from her linger, and fur- uvestigntions proved that us other articles of valuo hud vanished. The protended twos a swindler of tho worst The wor.it of the affair was therei the senmn mailed tho letter of Mile. Diano to tho viscount, so that who found herself minus an adorer as well her valuables. Hon. George F. Hoar, member of Concress from Manachttstt, makci, through the Boston Adver tiser, a forcible appeal to the uiuui iii of the New Kngland Colleges to tuko the lead in getting up a fund to rebuild the old Virginia Coilego of William and JIaryi "Wake tip,. Judge, wake up; there's a burglar In the house," said-Mm. Portly. 5 if Brooklyn, to her husband, tho other night. The Judge roiled outof Led, grasped Itis revolver, and opened the door to sally forth for tho robber. When turning to bin wifohesuid, "Come, St.:-ii'i, and lead tho way. Iti a damned mean man that V ill h a ;t n woman." " .f . lO, 187i. t MAIN STREET, fweenvilh', - Mississippi. BHASCU OF . MESAS' BIJ0S., 221 and 23 Walnut St., Ciucimtnti, Oiilo. Wholcsalo and Retail TIE ALE US in foreign and do- x niostic Liquors, Wine, Porter, Ale ; Cigars, Pipes, Ac, &c. YTTE call especial attention to our " well (.elected stock of CM tipnturitr ISourbon WHISKY, RHINE, Port, Sherry and Ma dcira Wine; Guiuesses' Por ter, Bass and McEwnn Alo;lsM Old I.s:;arde Brnu.ly, OU Holland Gin. Sek'et brands of Chewing (iil.')Iitv.'!l,'74-nll. NOTICE o?ur,?.3 cr mites rcu- rsrrsD tqz taxes. TO f !'n!lir AcC'itinti, ., AiaicU l!.:4. 11 Y an Act of the Legislature, np .) pro vi-d March 1st, KS7o, all tax es en lunils held and sold to the Statu for t axes, are abated prior to too year IS,' 1. Tlie former owners can now redeem their lands from tha Sheriff of the county, by pay ing the taxes of 1ST I. No damages aro.cliar'eablo until after tho 1st of Apr 1, and then only flva per cent., until the day of salo, which Is fixed on the second Monday of May, 1S75. All lands not redeem ed Will be advertised an. I so.'d for taxes of lb74, and in the Levee Lls tricts, for the Levee taxes fur said rear. After sale, the lands arc sub ject to tbe equity i.f redemption for twelve months, with damages at the rate of 2") per cent, per annum, as fixed by law. All bt-ato taxes can bo paid In State warrants. W.H. GIBBS. nicltf.'7!i. Amlllor otTublc Acc.rtUiln. U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE fecial TTaxes.' MAT 1, 1375, TO APFJL 30, 1S7C. Tho Revised Statutes of theTW Section 11232, U2S7, 82L nnd 823!l, require ovorvpors'in eiu'ii.'.'eil many business nvoe.atloUjr ruiployoft'mi wliieli renders Iimii iiuion a cialTax, to I'TTaaiKW.M) i-lai? t:oNP?toi;ot:si,Y in run kstaii- mkhmknt on vr.At'K Hi-- ntmnRss a ibi'A.Mi' denoting tho' pnyifftiTl of tlie hpeciiit Tax rear beginning May 1, 1.S75, before commencing or coiu mning business after April The Tuxes embraced wilhiu the provisions of the Law abijve quoted aro tiio loiiowiiig, viz: , :fc Rectifiers $Sna 00 Dealers,' tall liquor 25 01) Dealers, wholes-lie liquor 100 00 Dealers in malt liqiuiij. Wholesale- CO 00 Dealer In mult liqutmi, retail 20 00 Dealers in leaf tobaeoo 2 01) Retail dealers in leaf tobacco fiot) 00 And on sales of over $1,000 filly eenb for every dollar in excess of Sl,l,".)l) Dealers In manufactur ed tobacco , Manufacturers of stills.. And for each still manufactured And lor each worm $ f 00 , CO 00 2a 00 manufactured ,. 20 00 Manufacturer. of tobacco 10 00 Manufacturers of cigar 10 uo Poddlcrs of tobacco, firat class. (more than two hcrAcsj or other animals) $r,o 00 PeddluM of tobacco, second class, (two horse!) or other ani mals)..' -. $2-5 00 Peddler ol tobacco, third el inn (one horse or other otilnial)$l. Oo i coolers of tobuceo, fnurtfi class (on loot or public convey ance) SI0 00 Brewers of lewj I'lau 500 bar rels 1)0 00 Brew eis of C'tO Lancia or more , 100 00 Any person so Ha1 lo, who shall fail to ((imply with tho foiegoing requirements will ucaubjeot to sc vero penalties. , lci'sons or Firms Ihiulo to pay any or tiio s-neeiai Taxes namcii above Limit upply 10 M. r.'haugh- new. C.-d'cctor of latcriml Revc tine 1st Disi. Jackson, Miss., and pay for nnd procure tiicbpcclal lax Staiinw tbov uwl, prior to May 1st, 1875, and WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE. J. W. DOUGLAS, CoiiiniliMioiicroriii.'vmiil llevcnuc omCli 01' MTiiRNAL RVN0B, Wh!tftoti 1). C , Ki'h 1st, WTS. mch7, '7.V34. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI,) Issaquena County. Circuit Court Iii Vacation. To whmi -If. mr'j) nnnrnrni In conformity with tho provis ions of an act of t ho Legislature of Mississippi, entitled "An Act to require curtain public, otiicers to furnish their own stationery, ond for other purposes," approved March fi, l"-Nli5a Is hereby given, in accordance with the 4th sccMou of mid nt, to all jilain-liii-, that nil cases now pending in si.id Court 'upon whirfitho costs are not paid, will be dismissed, ns required by said act, unless the e.) are paid within thirty days fro':! flic (into of this notice. J'.v or'.b f of 'he Jlonora'ilo ' C. C. SHACKLEt-'ORD, J'l.li'C Ilt'i Jn li'.'i.U lOstrict March 27, leVo-iii RE? AIMED AND REPAINTED ELLIOTT fe POUSSE. Greenville. Docember'20. STEAM PLANING WORK SAW AN D G KIST M I LL, (.ifcnviUe, SUs. . "VT B. JOHNSON & CO.. lN (Nmtrators. I!uildtr, Ac, rc-ipti'i fully inform the public that through the agency of the above work-, w aro prepared io compete with builders in any part of the country for the construction "of louses or brlJjrcs, and guarantee satisfaction tu prices and quality of worK. uur LUMBER YARD in Greenville I now well stocked with choice varieties of seasoned 1'INE AND CYPRESS, whieh we otter at reasonable prices. I'lans and specifications for nous s furnished 011 application. UNDSETAKEB, A supply of both. 'lctallic avl IVoodeu Cascf i ,' of nil sizes constantly kept on hand. Our Wood CoKins ora trot un In imitation of Metalles, and look full us well. Cost from $10 to $10, ac cording to size and trimming. , GO - CD a. O cd 9 V, M O H M o 'A w w 3" 3 .75 5' t-3 st ? - r Li r I a. ft E Cu c a if 2. 14 m CD m c M it p Ci H O c n n t 2. a 2 M o Z w a Elliott & Fousse, TIN, COPPEE, AND Guttcrics, Gpouting and Done oil short notice. ALSO DEALERS IN Cooking and heating stovss f-rtVYVe Keep on liuiul all article generally found in a first-class TIN-HI 1 01. Cash paid for old Brass, Copper . Lead and Iron. W A ST I IN GTON ST R K ET. Bet. Mulberry and Locust. sept. iu. '71. SALOON! - - , Wi'-,; .iv,rr (r"ss 5 KENNEDY & HANWAY. Best of WLYES $ LIQUORS, Pure Havant Clears, CulL'oruin Wiats, Lorcc Beer, Etc. oc8 Mum Street. Greenville, Miss. Boot and Shoemaker I have Just returned from Now Or leans and have a fine lot of Leather, Calf and Morocco, I HA VE Blito employed three ex cellent journeymen, and am now prepared to fill all orders IVi tli Dispatch. Shop on Main St., Corner H'alnut. XNOV. lb(l. Jj. VAKt ALl L. WILCZINSK! & CO DKALUSS IN Dry Goods GKOCERIKS, BOOTS and SHOES, . AMI ?I.-t:itat!on Sup-pHcs. sept. 6tW. On Main Street. J U,sf R E 'EI VEDJ 00 bBlea ' CHOICE IIAV FIRTH & MORTON. March 6, 1875. ""K f- . - ft'. :"' ..'.Til -r 1 :.- A -.-I.' y ClIAS. Y . CI.AKKE. JOHN W.SHIKIJSi ILUlkE & SIIHLDS, AtroRXKVS AT LAW On Walnut street, near the Court House Greenville, Bliss. W. A. IIAYCUAFT, ATTOIiNEl' AT LAW, GREENVILLE, - . - MISS. il-ilu tho paj meat of tuxes, reileiLp tion, bale aud Ivusiug of lands speciality. W.A.PERCY. W. O. YERGER. , Percy & "Ycrgcr, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Greenville, Miss. W. 11. TKlOO. P. K. Bl'CKKER TRIGG A; IIUCICIVEK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Greenville Miss. Office in up-stairs. t W. FERGUSON, ATTOnSiXY AT L.4.XV, WILL rRACTK.'K iu tho Courts of TiinU'ii, Coiihoma, liolivar, Washiugton and Lsunaeua Counties, and attend to tin) sale, jmruhase ami leasing of plantations and payment 01 taxes. '. O. l'krl- Joshua 6klur.tr. Phelps & inner, . ATT O R N E YS AT LAW Grcpuvilie, KImh. BiarWIU practice in the U. H. Courts, Supreme Court and tho Courts of A Hshinirton. Bolivar and Sunflower Counties. foot. 3.'71. r. a. uoNTC.oMKuir. a. u, uoore. I40HTB0IOSBY & HCOItS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW", ' Rivkktom, Bolivnr county, MIsp, W. S. PARISH, ATTOHK KY ArJU LjVW Mayeubville, lsntiirua 'oniUy, Missilaalppl - Octobor 3,'7-1-nO. ' ' R. II. LOMBARD, Attorney and Counsellor at law. LKOTA, HISS. WILL practlco Iu all tho courts of Washington and Iswuiiie- nrt counties. Special attention giv en to tho eulloctu 11 of clidlilH, with or without stilt. l'ebla-nliM. D N. C. SlvINNElt, oKi'KiiR inn PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO THE Citlena of Greenville AND THE Couiaty at Xsargo. . Office at I1I9 dwcllm? on Main. Street. til ay '23, 1871. jyi. J. I YOUNG, Having located in Grocnvillel respectfully informs tho citizens thereof and surrounding country that lie is prepared to attend to ail tho duties itppcrtftiningtohis pro fession. Those favoring him with their patrontigo may rest assured t hat their woyk will be done in tho most thorough anil skillful maimer, and none but tho best of materials used. . . OtIIcn at tho residence of W. B, Whcatlcy, near tho Court House, Parlies desiring to bo visited Qt their residences in tho country, will leave word at the olflco or at Finlay's Drug Store. octl7-6nii Wcrthington, Buckner & Co GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI. Transact a ccncrial ' Eanlslngr Eusiaeae, Collcetloim made and proceeds remitted, on day received tfjrBuv and sell on commleslona 1 i.i.'l. r:'....l.. ...! till ftJIHIN Zll'tKi, nUMIJ HUM Will", rants. mcli 22, lb73. r A taw, m m mm m mm YR lH mm AND . TJPIIOLWTKItBIl. DEALEB IN A LL kinds of Fnrttlttiri,Mattrcssiltt I K c, fipeoiiil itftetition patilto ftil k i 11 it-s of repairs, nil kinds of Mattress,, C3 nude to owler. Lnnust Si. between Washington Avt aud Main CKIiENVILLE.MISS, . mch 1, 1873-Om. Livery & Sala Stable, AND FES ST021E. THE nii(tersij;iii!(1 licreliy announce, to tho public, that thoy have ta ken chni ge of t li . i r t .7 ON WASHINGTON AVENUEt Best of attention (riven to all . , ENTRUSTED TO THEM. OTOC1C forsaleonhandcoostanti b ly. . Ai.ao .' ' Corn, Hay. 4:its, and Crao, 1 ubiic puLMuage t rcspEctfully solicit L , mch 20, 1l73.