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(..Ailoatioiis cui:ecti"l with ti.m of tases iu this conn- t. L. T. WtLbcr, ex aud aet- .ri(raudTxtoliettitr;inai aCtw topics upon the ,,r3 of the county tli way e-wity of protecting uu-ni- j a-uilist future robberies. I "C . . '.. !.,t. ... t,T..l tt t m to pay no more taset -bed ty the developments L idciiU of tlie reeem Mrtmi - before this couri, auu peua- e calling of utta for tlie re ef the moneys collected by l-,,l.1r. If nscai je joi.uuu p . , n fictitious suspeuuea usus ithheld from State and Coun- I, to tntjt.t!.m in thla tasuriwt i f -" Us given out.in suusiance.Dy If aud bis counsel, was mat lv wished tne question 10 crmiuedby the courts, who le should pay this money over State ana couniy, or 10 m ,al taxpayers ; that he pro to make just such defense in 1.1 .-l.lt. .t. 14 batter a "wui muiu merits ; and plainly auunueu Ibitity f' tue "nonnt's 8ocol- to one or the other, ana nis ltdesire toaciiuit biniselffuir b honorably In the matter. therefore refrained from any ,e constructions upon his ex ly questionable practices, iu r large sums of money eol u fiscal year, 1S72 and 1873. kead, however, of actiug ac- ig to the spirit of his dcclar- teutlon, as Aye navo suosiau- repeatcd it.ho employs three firms, enters into a tecnnicai sc. throwing such obstacles o way of a judicial detcrmi- i of the suits as to convince one of the hopelessness of . . .-..... A. ipeeuy aitainiiieui oi tausine- His conduct has caused the lest alarm ou the part of his men, who after many futile Is to procure flora him iud- jty against loss.have been put o cost of employing counsel liticn to his, to protect their StH. (J It t ujy W rib' n V w W AK Ay i V Vv V 'V 'JH ! . yai.ua:: vol. r. GREENVILLE, AVASIIINGTON CO., MISS., HATITHIKW. 3LVYS, 17.1 X- -iO. x payers, uus is mu pium incut of the ense, warranted idenco of record I By mcaijs ielnve can only Infer, a spui lV st ol'lauds, comprising a largo ortionof the tax-paying prop- of the county, finds its way to Auditor's oflleo in 1872, ns dc ent for tho 5 eeut levee tax j pa tlicrcforo subtracted from .1st upon which tho Stato Au- receives taxes from our She yet Mr. Webber, for tho fiscal k 1872, 1878, and until tho prac was discovercd4374, collects b and county, taxes thereon to mount estimated ut from $60' to 8100,000: no portion or !i funis its way into the trcas And the owners of lauds on spurious list, though having tuxes regularly every year et charged with tho taxes for year stated I id now, after the adjournment io Court having cognlzanco of cs and wrongs, cx-Tax Col' it Webber Is as freo from any eheusioii (in tho opiniou of counsel) of punishment, or of ng to refund a dollar of hi der, as the least guilty t Tax re, our object in publishing is to cause you to reflect and OLVE, that though there is kuinislimont for past offences c shall beno opportunities for p-c robberies; "that your purse gs will no mare be loosened at comb) of this Tax Collector ), tli conviction Is established, so honey-combed and perinea ls cur official body with cor ion and fraud, that a man pos ing an hundred thousand uoi- is in no diuigerof punishment lis oileusc bo what It may, e-obscrvo tlmt the Pilot, a pa qMcfly owned. by Mr. L. T. tber', has at last taken up his e; and we 'Jiero quota irom paper of tho lt instant (We i it known that hiswo quote om an Editorial of tho Pilot , bmmuukatiou Ju said paper of uaio Biatca wo cto nottugiiiiy lioticiug; except to remark that lit more utterly, false andean- pus ctmld not be expressed, n in the Tilot.) " The attempt t has beou mr.do to blacken thp utalijH of cx-Sherifi L. T bber yiii ttM only ehanujterize 'imply iuftimous. His accounts for flieniselvcs aud has made his settlement with State iu full." pi discussing this matter of, Mr. fbber's collections of taxes for fis during which ha was Sheriff It Collector ntid tvliinh ho has properly accounted for, we o confined oursolf to a state fit of accepted facts, and we peso to still so restrict our re ''k ; if his reputation is thereby ckened. he. and not wo, has kd it. , ... as Mr. Webber is chief propri ' of tho Pilot, it is to be sup eu- its assertions concerning R me authoritative; and iu no ng tliem we addross ourself di y tp him i Wo ask him if it Mubstantlal fact that "he has lo full settlement with tho Me?" Ami if no. how is it that f ...... - governor (a Republican) has ''oyedtho District Allornoy (a Hblieanl to brine suit nsrainst i. tor taxes clloctod, in the full '"'ii oi I'.hi oniciii bonds ami 111 he Withholds after drinuml wpouhim therefor? Iu couvcrsatioa with ns Mr. L. T. Webber stated, iu substance, as our rccollectiou serves us iu words, that he re garded himself as a "trustee" of moucy collected on suspended laud lists. We ask him if he can recon cile his conduct in Court with any such character as that pertaining to trustee? aud if it is not In stead, practically, that of an em bezzler, as this term is defined iu legal . dictionaries? Mr. Web ber ouca stated to us, that he did not wish to bo classed as a Cardozo or a Davenport? let him cay how he is now regarded by his bondsmen those chiefly interest ed in aualyziug his motives? And if they would not rather stand bail for said pair than for him ? Aud let us here make one statement for the benefit of the Pilot ; it ever cplies to statements affecting the character of officials of its set by saying that they emanate from po litical motives. Let it read tho resolutions wo elsewhere publish, and tho names associated there with, and hoed Kus while we as sert that the denunciations of its chief proprietor by tho plundered tax payers, are uo moro emphatic than those wo have hfard from prominent officials of this county If it or Mr. Webber wishes names it cau have them. The Pilot further says of Mr, Webber : "Ilo can iu no manner bo counected, remotely or distant ly, with any mutilation or abstrac tion of records." Wo ask Mr, Webber if tho Stub Tax Receipt Book of liscal ycor 1872, which has been kept in his office, has uot been mutilated by having over one-half its con ten t a abstracted ? aud if the same book for 1873 has not been mutilated ? Now for tho effect of! this mutilutiou: It utterly and. forever vrccludct an accurate statement of the amount of taxes which were collected during these committee, signed by Hob. j. a. :!, " J. D WtBOKR, " J. i u:ni.shku, a. d. ALimmci:, esi. E. c. mru, was unanimously adopted. Strong speeches were made by Hons. Win. Cray.J. D.Webster, J. A. Boss, A. W. Shadd aud oth ers, condemning the frauds com mitted upon the people of this the county of Washington by the Court House riu. The publication of tho above resolutions has been delaved from uo sense of disrespect to the meet ing or its members ; but it was held duriug the session of Court at which it was supposed Mr. Webber would be proceeded against criminally, and wo did not cousider that its publication would be proper at that time. (Iu point of fact, Sheriff Wiuslow is a mere figure-head, aud is in uo way re sponsible for anything done in the Sheriff's office ; as he has placed Mr. Webber iu absolute chargo of it.) COFFINS ?- BlILDIXC ASSOCIlTiOS X0TICE. THE directors and stockholders of the Greenville BuilJitijf aud Saving Association are hereby no tified that a meeting thereof will be held at on MONDAY THE 10TH DAY OF 1 4 Y VsT. tir tlin trunsHCtion of business pertaining t the regular mommy meetinifor way i. W.A.EVERMAN. may 8, 1S73. Secretary. To the People of the loam Tho Democratic and Conserva, tive members of our last Legisla ture having couterrod upon myself tne undeserved Honor ot repre sent insr, this county upon tho com mittee to take such steps, and iiiukn Riich recommendations, as woidd lead to the organization of a Democratic aud Conservative party for the coming campaign, which is to meet at Jackson on the 17th pox., I feel that it is duo to my fellow litizcns who aro oppo sed to tho present Kiuiieai doml nation,' to ask that they will meet witn mo at some early day to ad- viso as to tho best course to bo has tho voke of our rulers borne so heavily as with us. Overwhelm' -d by numbers drilled aud disci n mica to subserve tne win oi a low adventurers, the intelligent and conservative portion of our com inunity lias Had no weigut or in fluence in thcdircctionot our pub led by that committeo. o part of our heirless fsTTTHJ years I By a comparison of which hi0 affairs, aud it is to bo feared with tho receipts of Sta'e and county treasurers alone, cau the amount of Mr. Webber's default bo known! Aud now, after per sistent efforts to proctiro a copy of the spurious fi cent delinquent list of 1372 (to which wo refer that many regard it as useless to put forth an effort to chauge this condition of things. Lot us ro member, however, that with tho redemption ot the Stato govern ment, the restoration of our local affairs to a healthy aud honest ad ministratiou will certainly ensue. From every portion of tho Stato NEW SPRING GOODS AT Iladamc Mayors, We are now in receipt of a stock of fine Metallic Cases. Have on haud also a supply of Wooden Coffins. N. B. JOHNSON & CO. mayS consisting of Llaeu Uwns, I'roncU La us Percale Lusting Grenadines Chatulires Marseilles , Japanese TopHus etc .' Trimmed aud uutriiumed Children's Misses and Ladies' HA FfH OFFICE OF THK HOARD OFLEYKE COM- Ml.-8tO.NtU3, For the counties of Bolivar, Wtublngtoa utl Gkeexviujc, Miss., Jlajr S, 173. NOTICE Is hereby crlven. that a special meeting of the said llonrd will be Held at onicein ureenviu', Miss., on Monday. May Slat, 1875. Uy order or tne rresniem : M.KRETSCHMAR, may 8, '75 td. Secretary. TAKEN UP ! On Refuge plantation, on the Lf)th ult., a Chesnut sorrel mare, about 15 hands high, and 9 years old, white star In tho forehead, one white foot, and branded "I O," on tho shoulder. The owuer of the above described Btray is requested to come forward, prove property, pay charges, aud receive her from tho iimle:nlned mnylO '75 BEN. GIBSON. STOLEN! STOLEN from Hunt's Belmont nlimt.'iUiiii lii Hun var countv. Miss.. on the night of the 24th of April, 11875, one small dark mouse colored ini whitish mouth nixl paces: aIiui a smaller dark bay (popeyed and whitish around the eyes) mare mulo. I will pay a liberal reward rp tim nlinvn ill-scribed mulea. Tho person who stole this stock hn hci-ii seen w Hi them In pg sphrIoii. nn Cant. Hale's place in ......... ..F - A Bolivar, going up me creeu : no a black man, about 5 feet 8 Inches high, heavy built and full race; he wus accompanied when soon by a yellow man, riding a sorrei noise, ' PRIMUS WHITE, may 8 '"5-tf. above, from tho Auditor's office, comes tho note of preparation for it is reported "LOST t" Another tho coming strugglo of right with . . t f l,.,.w,.,lt rillt nnlMOIIi. IniDorlantmtsaingliiik. . '"'rv i In cojiclnslon, let us say to Mr. tQ 0'xnlt ,ho smtcwith its base Webber that-wo invito hla atten- counterfeit, cursing tho Stato for tion and recognition of tho fore- its own aggrandisement. Prom .i i .... tie every county comes the call, made iiiruugu ui 11' - -IH. t, ,.,1-nos.iirsfl of men who readers aro those cinciiy intcicsi- jjllow tmt their all is ut stako, rA .Vim-pln and to assure him that unou every 2ood and truo mau to wo sruarantco him a discusslou of be ,up and doing in behalf of tho . i tMiriir i i ! rim win n ii th nrn n bis asserted offences, free lrom F . y- ., ' limviil. nf 1B personalties and restricted to facts. iettjul.g 0Vcr tho ignorant masses, wliieh tUey iiuvo lullierto -IHPII of "Sell bU ULBIUIH.UUJ, J uu. .v. Resolved, That as citizens oi Blip froin thoir rasp. Let us then Washington county,in nmsmoet- cast, off tho apathy of former y ears, ing assembled, from tho evidences Let us at onco respond to tho call now promulgated, we believe that LZ SSlS tho legal and burdensome taxes . . , th(J canlcsln(.s8 that aro annually paid in tins 8i,0uld actuate men sullering as wo county arc misappropriated by the have done and now do. To do rv r n.. o,.ri nn! tii-oiipilv tliis effectually, wo should at once Tax Collectors, and not propeily dcflno 8happl -nnd so tlult uo nmu accounted lor; and that wo, ns misunderstand, tho issues up- citizens and Republicans denounce otl whlch we proposo to do battle, and condemn all such corrupt acts and thoroughly and emcicnny oi ..... . ... .!...! .! ,!. Utiinizo our forces. or winsiow, o.ieiu i,.,- .hPi-rftirn surest that. uty, h. i. veoucr,Bs uiiju.ioim tlll.ough thQ eolum,,8 0f vourpa n m-oni. wrmiir tiiicu tho people of nnv. a nublio mectliiit of tiio Dem tl.Iu ,n onnii V 111 IV 181111 STlOll. Ulliinii iiuu Resolved, That fully requested sitions tliev now hold by tno sui- ferauco of the people, and that they hove perverted to their own inordinate gains, "Resolved, That L. T. Webber, under the guiso of loyalty, and in thcimiho of tho Republican party, foisted himself iuto office, aud mfld tl-e administration of this the people of Washington county, to Whom he is alike an alien and a slrftnsrer. . f Resolved, That a continuation of this cunningly devised and very complot system of robbery mus lead toa general prostration of hackled him for the littlo indebt- tho material interests of tho pco- educes. Brother Horton blatidi plo of tho county, aud ultimately informed tho creditor that he did brlug Upon their heads tno ven- (, lnvo the casli necessary to sei- maylO f n,-o wKiir-rt- of our county, who are opposed to ihcy aicicspcct- u cuUcd tQ to resign the po- mcett B'n cavy day of next week in this place. Respectfully, Y. a. i-ekcy Green villo, May 8, 1875. In rcsponso to tho above, and nt 1 110 requesi oi many uincuim, - meeting is called lor neuuesuuy tho 12th instant, at Alexander' Hall. Nothing but 'pcalSi A. gentleman who had a small claim against Chief Justice aor ton, called ou him for settlement Kb found tho distinguished inngis- 'trato In his office, and forthwith geanco of a wronged uud an out raged people. Ilssolved. That wo unhesita tingly denounce fraud in all of its tlo tho bill. " Why." said the gen- tinman "how can that be? You .In n D-i-rnt deal of business. Your B ... court is crowded With litigants. phases, and particularly the frauds IU1U your costs should bo amplo to of officials and that wo extend to 6upport qu. How is it that you investigating committees our enr- cannot pay so small a bill 1 " " O nest support to suppress the cor- yc9) gaid tho magistrate, "I docs ruptious that now exist in the a i,cap of business dat's so. You Sheriff's office of Washington get. all dem papers "pointing to county. tho pigeon-holes in his desk- u,boIvp(L That the Greenville u nil 'neals. Everybody Times bo reqticstod to publish the 'peals that has a case in my court. rtUns adopted at this meet- hf " Illg, WllU VUO requesi tuui. n iu tiers friendly be requested to copy The above resolutions presented '7 n1. . by tno coiuiiuwcu uu icouiuuuiioj was received by the meeting. A minority report signed by Major jiniUing. O'lloa und Hardy Fields, of tho nmnni tftoo. wns nrcscntcd nsainst Mr. M. tho writiuir of names, which re- ability noi f.. unou motion of Hon. Wm. Gray, was laid on tho table. And the ropoAfcf tho majority of tho From the quantity of coal re people must ex nrt a lmid winter. . Marshall an Ptitnian have a bargo apiece at tiro V. B. Huff, a lawyer nmi flini-fictct'. died ver nii.lni.lv at Woodvillo last woe r,. tt..ir was hk'hly esteemed ...! i,i..uil U deeply iTgrelle American Wash Blue 'or Laundry and Household Use, MANITACTI'BKD AT TUB American Ultrsmariao WorkB, Nowwk, H J B4S"Onr WhsIi Blue Is the best In the world. It does not streak;-coi ins nothing injurious to iieaun fabric, an I Is used by an uie irge launui'iis on acoouui oi i eaHiusr elleet and cheapness, bu- rior for wliitewashinir. Put up in packages convenient for family ubo. Price 10 cents each. For sale by grocers everywhere. Always ask for the American Wash Blue, if you waut tho cheap est and best. American Ultramarine Works. Office, 72 William Street, 3 '73-40 New York. Guardian's Sale. T)Y virtue and in pursuance of 1J a decree of the Chancery Court of Washington coupty, Mississippi, made ontuemii day or April, a. n is7ii. ns eruardlan of Rachel and Esther Alexander, minor heirs at Inw of Clara Alexander, deceased, will on MONDAY auk ui a. DAY OF JUKF., A. U. 1875, at tho door ot tho Courthouse or said nountv of Wnsliimrioti. uua oe r , ... ,... twoen llie nours prescnueu uv iuw expose to sale at publlo outcry to the highest bidder for casli, the fol lowing property suuaien in um town of urcenviiio, couiiiy uun stt aforesaid, to-wlt ! That pnrt of lot six of the Reserve Addition to the said town ns is embraced in tho followinc description, vh : Ho gttinltig at a stake on Main street of said town iweuiy iwo luetuuiu the north west comer or said lot six running thence along Main street, n an easterly uirecnou iiiriv-nix f..nt.' thence in a suuineny direc tion at a rigli angle lth Main street one huudred aud thirty feet : theXice In a westerly uireouon anu at a right angle with the preceding line forty-six feet; thence In a northerly Uireouon anu on a nue parallel to the western boundary of said loVsix, one nunureu nun thirty feet lo the point oijaegin- uing; also thai portion oi lots number fifteen and sixteen of tho original town of Greenville, em y n . . .i . w ..... . ....... braced in ir.e iouow uig umt. iuiuu vit KcBiiininir ot the northwest corner of said lot Blxteen, running thence in an ensteriy airectiou anu along the line between lots ten, fifteen anu sixteen to me huiviiwi-h corner of lot fourteen; thence In n southerly direction and along the lino between lots fourteen ami ni teen, thirty-five feet ta a stake : thence iu a westeily direction and on a line parallel with the division line between lots ten aud fifteen, tifty-slx feet to a stake ; thence In a southerly direction aud on a line parnlicl to the division line be tween lots fifteen - and sixteen, nineteen feet; theuce in a westerly direction and ou u line of lots pa rallel to the northern boundary line of lots fifteen and sixteen, sixty-four and a half feit to Mulberry street, and the western boundary line of said lot sixteen to the point of beginning! said lots will be of r..pn.i nnd sold separately, that is the part of lot six at one time and tho part of lots lifteen and sixteen ut another, but both on above day. JACOH ALKXAM)fcU, Guiii-lin f llAi io:i.imltiiiEU Alexander may H.'To-io-w.!. Tho largest stock ever exhibited iu Greenville. Scarfs, Plaid Ribbons, Plain Rib bons, all kinds, SUN UMBRELLAS, Ladies Neck Ties, Embroideries, French Hand-Made. Embroid ered Yokes, III. max mm GOODS Sido-laco and Button SHOES, Ladies Underwear frexchTlowers, Fans for 5 cents. pANcy CANDIES, FANCY . CAKES, FANCY CRACKERS, mch20, '75-33 at 8. Goldsmith's, SCHOOLOR BOYS. T will open a privato school for boys on Monday, Ebui instant Tuition, $5 iter month. - WM. (i KEEN, Jr. Election Ordinance. DE IT ORDAINED by the town Jj council of fireonvilln, that W. A.llaycraft, Tlieo. Pohl und J. II. Banders be nnd they are hereby ap pointed ns a Jsoard or JleKiHtrnis, and Commissioners of Election, for the purpose of preiiai'liitf and hold I it t; on election in the town of Greenvlllo at Alexander's Hall, on tno 13th dayof Kay.A. D. 1375, to fill tho vacancy in tho ofllce o Mayor of said town, roused by the reirlslrnllmibf John II. Nelson, Ei. Ilo It further ordained, that the snld Board of Registrars bo a'.u they are hereby reijutred to open the itoukfl of KogiHt ml ion or voter n said town at Alexander's Hall ou the lOta day of May, A. 0. 1875, and keep tho same open for three nnys, for tno purpose oi revising. making additions, d-c, to mo regis try of voters of said town. Bo it further cnacteJ, that days notice of tho fine and place of the rneetlig of tho Hoard of ltog ndration and t he date of election w given bv notice iu the Greenville limes, and by the posters piuce.i in nut loss than Ave publlo places iu the town of Greenville b3 STEAM PLANING WOHK SAW AND GRIST MILL, ;rtcnvi!!s. Miss. T R. JOHNSON k CO., Cofitrators. ISulider, ri'fpivtfullv Inform tliepnt-Hc that tluoui'U the ageney of the above works', we are prepared to compete with builders in any psrt of the country for the construction of houses or bridvres. au-l guarantee satisfaction In price and ijuality ol work. Our ' H'MBEU YARD in Greenville is now well btocked wilh choice varieties of seasoned rl.NE AND Cfl'RESS, which weolll-r at reasonable prices. Plans and speciih'ations for hous es furuishetloii application. ATTou:a;Y at lvw tir.EE-SVlLI.E, MIsS. , j ; ructi'-e in W aali.nsu.n uml ls.-a- (jlU-iia tualiliis, au-l tho I'tiitt'.t I : .at. t'niKIs nt J.11 Uxm. ...l i t UAS. W. CUtUkK., iOIIX W. SUj: Ds- (Lai:e:: & v-iuiw.i. ATTOKN E VS AT I. A W Ou Waldut stitet. near iUe Court-II-iuw GntuvUIt, MIm. W. A. KAVCRAFT, ATTUKX23Y AT LAW, UliKKNVlI.LK, - . - MLSS. 2uVcs the payment of taxe, rlen.p tiiiu, sU uud lt&.i,ng vf lauda a speciality, fi nil Flnr d I MAGNOLIA UNDEETAKSH, A supply of both Metallic and Wooden Cases of all bizos constantly kept on hand. Our Wood Collins are uot up lu Imitation of McUillcs, aud look full as well. Cost fiom $10 to $10, ac cording to size and triitimin;;. 3"w ? w 3 9 M o H o M M CO 1 co Fa CO. O o r tn r-" Zl P- ft S3 a: fa W. A. fllfU Y. W. G. YEIUiEU. Posey c Terser, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Clm'tiville, Miss. W. K. TKKJtl. 1. M. ECIKSKB ATTORNEYS AT LA W, Greenville Miss. OUleo iu Rank Building, Main st. up-titalrs. g W. PKKGUSON, ATTOKEYAT LAW, Will r or t rit.VCTlCE iii tho Courts uiiic!i, Couliomitt Ilotivar, Vut,!nii!'t-m uiul hiinui):i Coitntiei, anil nttcm! to tint alu, piu. tm.sa and iniLsiii of ilaiitutious and puyuicut oi tllXt-1. , VV. G. riieljia. ' i JoJtuui Bkiumr. T T O R NET 8 A,T L A W tarCCUl!?, niKH. SsuTWIll praetieo in tlie U. H. Courts, Hiiprenio (,'ourt nnd tho Courts f NVaHhiiigton, llollvar and i-iutitlower Counties. oet. 3. '71. f. A. SIONTiioMKl'.l'. B. K. UOOI'.E. II I Y -to- j4 Q (9 c o tr IS B o. n c K 2. ? i a t ft fi Q r, M it M w rr p -i JCft 5 A M 3 & 10 A truo copy from tlie minutes i WM. MARSHALL, ap2V"5-3S-3t. Clerk Dr. White's Drug Stora Is removed to a building on Ills resldciiee lot on Loeust street, tem porarily. My goods were mainly saved from tlie lire, nnd I still have the most complete stock of Drugs und Medicines lu th city of Green ville. - ttptt Insurance Company, OF CniCAQO, ILMSOI8. Capital, - - $300,000 Statement, January 1, 1875 Loans on mortgujip (val uo of nroncrtv mortuii- ged over ?f!oo,ooo) $32o,22o.oo Loans on collat'l socn'ty ss.ooo.oo Interest aceru'd on loans Zi'JutM.) V H Honds mnrket vnltio S5,8l2.0o West Chleairo Park bonds market value 47,9!C,00 C U & O, R R 1st mortao bonds, mttrketnluo.... lo,ooo.oo Burlimrtiw & Missouri K It lnt mortsairo bonds. market value 1o.ooo.oo Notional banlt stooks, l'j.ooo.oo Real Kstak' owned by Co. 8,000.00 Cash in bands nfogenlsA (Mtv fremluniH in cours of collection a 70,250.37 Cash lnaliks & Olliec... 31,0!32.44 IJills Receivable tor Ma rino Premiums lo,531 77 UUl'ir UUOIS UUB lUU tjlllil . uanv (secured) 6o,92.15 Duo from otlier CDinna- nies for re-Insurance..... 2,3 i0.5o All other nronertv. inclu ding olllcc furniture. . 4,ooo,oo Losses uupald $ 47,807.27 Ro'iiwu ranee . Reserve 24S,0o7.55 ntUKC'TOlW. Geo F Harding, A V Faucett, OPAxtell, Geo K Clark L G Pratt, Mf'inUh, B P Walker, T M Nelson, Thomas Gall -Geo F Harding President Walter Kimball, Vice Pies H P Walker. Feeretary . Gfllco Ho LiiKrUlo street, Union building, Chicago 1) A- H MOltRW Agents Greenville, April 17, 1S75 Ellioii Cl Fcu3! TIN, COPPER,- Guttering, Sponting and WSLL-DniVHTG Dono on short notleo. ALSO DEALERS IN onlrtHrt rA (-n -?41iii efniPC 8)'-We keel) oti bund all articles! generally found in n tirst-eiuss Casli paid for old llrnss, Copper IjCan it iii lion. WASHINGTON STREET. Ih t. Mulberry and Locust, sept. 10. '71. cialtles 1 Ik best in the Iar k Mc aii City. ml close more terms mrmu a a wj avora tliai iirtMC SALOON! 1 F f 3 ATTORNEYS AT LAW, RiVEitTo.v, llollvar county, Miss. W. H. FARIHH, 1TTOHN EY AT LAW Mayeusvim.k, Issaii4nu 'i'iilj-.Mlfc!r.:.lj-j)l, October 3,'71-n. Dr. N. 0. Skinner, Ol'FEKB Ills ... RQFESSIOMAL SERVICES TO T1IK Cltixcri3 of Gicen villo AND THE Covmty at Iiargo. OvvtCK at his d ellinr on Main Street. may 23, 1874. Yicksbure and Greenville PACKET, STAMElt BIIMX'VAZOO W. V. ItAt'M, MHi.tor, t'UANK lilitK, ClOlk. if) Tiio stcainnr RELLE iiiri i A.ii'J win run as a Rccular Boml-Weokly Paokot between Vlcksbiirjf & Greenville. leaves VK'Ksnurta Every Monday and Thursday and I.EAVEH fl IlEliN Villi. 14 Every Wednesday und Saturday atHa.m,. For fioighl unit pun-wgu u('ily on tx nrd, or lo nili27 at Whiirf-boat KENNEDY & HANVVAY. Best ol WINES $ LIQUORS, Pure Havana Cigars, California Wines, Lager lieer, I'.ic. ociO Main Htreet, Green vi ilo, Miss. L:VILCZINSKiaCO UKALliIlSIS Dry Goods AND (i II O & 13 111 13 S, BOOTS ami SHOES, AND Flant&iiosi Supplies. sept. 5, 1874. - On Main Street VVcrthington, Buckncr & Co BANKERS, GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI,. Transact a Ccnerui Banking Subidoss, Collections lnado and proceeds remitted, on day received 4'JIlu.y and nell oH'fomnilssloiis ull kiiida Bonds, Hcrlp aud win runts. tich 22, 1613. E. WIE3TH,-. ' OAlSiET II A EE K AND Lrpifor;Ti:iJ2-:it. , -.DEALER IN ,4 LI, Kinds of Furniture, Matlrcssi s l 4c, Si'eolul atleution paid to ull Liihl.s of ri'jiiuin, nil kinds ot JlattrcBU . on iiiu.lo m ornur. I.ocna St. between Waobiugton Av. und M sdii OUEENVILLE, MISS, inch l,lK73-(int. JUST RECEIVED-100 bales ' CHOICE IIlY" PIRTII & MOUTOX March fi, l7o. Just received direct from York, a fall lino of Sew Fishing Tackle! ARTHUn O'COKilGH, FASHIONABLE BOOT HAIIEB RIIOP OX IOTLEISIRY STREET,- MBne6,lS71-n'L For sale CHEAP by , anil ELLIOTT &. FOU83E. Uvcry & Sa!e Stablo,: AND rjlIIE nndoiuistioil hereby atinounco 1 to tlie public, that they have ta ken charge of their ON WASHINGTON i'VENUE Best of attention plven to all t:n thus ted to them. STOCK forsalu on hand coiiBtnnt A LSO Corn, ISaj'. Oats, aiul Bran, I'uiilic patronnge is respectfully solicited. ,2cXiOaa X3ros, Richard Lloyd. Jno. E. Livaudais, LLOYD aHVAOOASS ami " COUKISSIOIT No. 4H r.artinnn tstreet, TW-w Orleans, La, i,us---'7i-ly.