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SATUEDAY, JAN. 8, 1876. (ay ; Mr Dr, huk, Bllada, ... ails f ,al" ' 31. B. J0HXKOS CO. A. M. Holbrook, for a long time editor of the X. 0. Pirayuae, it dead. ' Cxiti 8eta ata fcart?i Crass ail rUwrr Swis tf tUfacr!? tieis at JaaSTS i B. FISHT m. Te extend thanks tollanwarjt Kennedy for a bottle of that fine old "JlellTalne," whleh rtiele they always keep on hand. r "What-e yoar bony, old mail ? 1 "Don't ttoo me, I'm gointr to Hart man s to grl some ot tame fine Catfish and Pigt feet. January 8, 1871. RaJa Bote. lUw twli of all Allthe LATEST im- provements In Dentistry folly kept an with. Teeth extraeted without vain by the nee of liquid nltroue oxide gas. Artificial teeth inserted from one to a full set. All work warranted and guaranteed to fire satisfaction. J, L. YOUNG, Octobers). Dentist. Laxoiko ok Button's Iblaxd. -apt. White reqaestt tu to lay to thinners and receivers of freight at the new landing oa Sctton's It land,that he and Capt.ToUu of the Katie guarantee a prompt arj ho nest attention jo their interests there. Mrs. Theresa Rankin i in Green vllle at the Kossuth house; and will most thankfully receive any Information of the wbereaboutsof hereon JOSEPU A. llAiil,i vouth 18 or 19 years of in on some . nlaee within UOmlles of GreenYille. lie it a Telegraph operator, and is .tuBerinf from a recent cui irom nu axe. ' . jan8,'7-lt. Bay year n, -, ralato, Oil mt nimm X . B jonxsexece, n i -a. O The laciubrrt of the Bolivar, Co homa, and Washington ban have recommended os their, first choice f5r their Chancellor Jno. If. Nelson, Esa.. of Groenvllle. This iiade- scrvod compliment to Judge Kcl ion's fitnoss and capacity for this fifflnv and we hone he will recotvc the appointment. - Nclsoa & Finlay hnvo jnst re ceived 150 barrolt Peachblow, . Russet and Peerless potatoes Jan jry 8,'76-gt. In the Clluton acrimmnge both tho Caldwell's were killed. This ..'til 1tntil1aaa mt?nrA nntat In this sorely disturbed community TabusauX. We are requested by tho ladies of tho Episcopal church; to say that there wilt be A series of tableaux exhibited at Alexander's Hall on Monday night, n TumuUv' nltrht a "Martha ; Washington" t tea fight, January tho 11th nnd 12th. Thoro will also be a supper and a dauce. The public is respectfully invitod to at tend, a pleasant time being prom Ised. Tho object of the entertain ment is to raise money with which to pay of the . debt due on the church. A Mr.' Phillips, who is engaged at Johnson's Co", mills, was way-laid and shot on last Wednes day night; he was struck by several buck shot, bnt received no fatal iujury. " CrsiiCTtfcJ, The I. 0. B. B.,ihe Jewish be nevolent institution of Greenville, propose to give a grand boll on the 18th of January, in aid of the be nevolent Durfoeca of their order. Thisbrotherfiviis the most liber al dispenser of charity in the world.. It has homes for orphans, and for the support of the aged and infirm, which are condacted on such tread and generous principles that the inmates, while enjoying the bounty of the more fortunate, never feel the humiliation of alms taking. The departments of edn cation in these homes are so com ploto that the children are thor oughly qualified for usefulness wheu discharged frc3 their hospi table retreats.. Such an order de serves tho stopport of all whose hearts beat responsive to the calls of charity, and we trust that our citizens wllj respond generously to the elTorts of tho Jews here to aid their mite t tho support of t- ; great nr. ' i charity. In ai-1 tiontif " icf tetst;'v tainr 1 1 l to'.-r have a a vs.- frir. ' .., '. LffisIatlTf. The assemblage of ora Legisla ture on last Tuesday, marked an epoch in our day aud (feneration. It being the act testifying the re storation of popular government, "a government by the people, of the people- and for the people." tlappy were those who witnessed and participated 1 this eTeut. Tuesday was f evoted to an organization of the legislative body ; CoL J.M Stone beiux elect ed . temporary President of the Senate, U. M. Street, Esq., Speaker of the House. D.P. Porter was chosen Secre tary; J.L. Langtey, Sergeant-at- Armt, and IL Taylor, Door Keep er of the Senate; Geo. M. Goran, Clerk and a S. DuShane, Ser- geant-at-Arms of the House. The Governor sent in his regu lar message, a synopsis of which by the "Herald" we herewith publish: The messase opens by calling at tention to the late State election; recites the events occurring at Clin ton lu September, and says that lawless band of men controlled two other counties prior to thit time, and that violence reigned elsewhere, in the State, and appeals came for protection from all direc tions. The seutlment against the militia was to powerful as to pre vent itt organization, the seutl ment growiug out of fear of a race Issue.- Under these circumstances the Governor called for national troops and failed. A renewed ef fort to organize the militia devel oped the deep-teated bitterness of the race issue, and the conviction prevailed that they would enly preciplate tho, conflict It wat sought to avoid t?he seizure in one instance, of State arms on their way to the Capital, and the liabil ity of being seized on their way from the Capital, where additional causes preventing the organize tion of the militia. But because the attempt wat made to organize aud use the militia force, a class of people rebelled against it, and to avoid threatened deeds ofvioleuee a commit toe of. prominent citizens, powerful lu controlling one politi cal organization, gave their pledg et to pretcrvo the peace and good order aud secure a fair election. This novel and humiliating specta-' ct in tho government of a free peo plo was presented: " The regularly organised legal authority wat un able to preserve the-peace and good order and secure a fair elec tion. Tho leaders of apolitical or ganization assumed to do it, and the accredited power to accomplish all they might attempt. The deeds of vlolonce alluded to had the effect to intimidate many voters. In proof of the practice of intimida tion, the message recites the fol lowing Instances. Iu various coun tieaof the State, medting' of voters for consultation had to be wholly or partially abandoned. Iu one county, not only was there no pre limary canvass, but the danger wat regarded so great that no Convoii tloniwas held to nominate candi dates. In certain counties tickets could not bo freely and safely dis tributed, and in one county not at till. From ouo county promlticnt taudittntos fled before the election fearing violence, if not assassina tion, la another county one party through fear of evil consequences if they refused, struck from their tickets the names oC regularly mon- inatec candidates, and substituted their opponents, with whom there existed no nolltical affinity. Iu certain eountles voters were drlv from the noils bv armed men, so Intimldotod that they feared to voter In ouo county, the principle county officials Were drureii from their posts the day following the eloctioit, and have since been rofu gees. In those cases tho Courts have been unable to dispense Jus tice. The cause of all thlslutiml dation aud trouble Is attributed to the race Question the efforts of the white race to assert itt old su nrnmncv. The message rccom- mends a modificatioa of tho funcia i . mental laws of the State to bring about abetter feeling between the races. The State's flnaucee are ttnprocedentedly favorablcThe real debt of the State, bcyona its aoui ity to pay, is only a half million dollars. The expenses of the State Government for the past year. woro six hundred and eighteen thousand dollart ; a reduction upon the expenses of last year, of nearly three hundrti thousand dollars: while tho roceiptt have been four hundred thousand dollars over the .u.iinrumAntjt. The message re commends that the taxes bo made payable only in Unitod Statee cur rency, and unrot tne aoi io suu m the construction of the Vlcksburg and Nashville railroad be repealed A" clucks In tte public school lawt JO U W n.-it l..e syiieiu - -rod, itiatrtlsr, it aiviseJ. A :r rti? :r ;jc sage concludes : " The prosi and progress of the Ste ,st, necessarily, depend upou a fueling of security and contentment of the people. Distrust and suspicion should be dispelled by just and lib al legislation. This done the solu tion of many difficulties of the present time, will have been sub stantially accomplished." The Legislature will adequately respond to this grossly antrue and improper document. Gen. Feather ston has introduced a resolution looking to Ames impeachment. Comprehensive and practical work in the way of genuine public information hat been initiated.! Gen. Chalmers has filed notice of contest of the seat of Senator Sullivan from Coahoma and Boli var. " The Clarion thus properly char acterizes the message. The Message, to far as it relates to the late ' election, is a studied falsification of facta and a deliber ate insult to the people, who offend ed their plunderers by turnine; them out of office. It is a repeti tion of the slanders which have n retailed by the gossip and discomfited demagogues of the Radical party, and is designed to furnish capital for partizan uses at the cost of the good name of the white people of the State." Gov. Ames, who is himself an anterloper and soldier of fortuae pretends to deprecate race antag nonism, he knows in hit heart that he it shedding hypocritical tears over causes produced by himself and the other peripatetic advent ures who have been turned adrift by the outraged people of the State With the exception of the few riots plotted by tho Radical leaders, there uever wat a more peaceful political contest than occurred in Oils State in 1875, and there never wat a more just and timely verdict pronounced against the culprits who have been sentenced to retire ment." ' It only remains fer os to add that this message affords further evi dence of the utter want of harmony or affinity of Ames with the peo ple over whom he it governor and affords furthor reason for his displacement. . A : I ' . i e We regret td learn of tho loss by fire of the Bin' house and twelve bales of cotton of Mr. Geo. Offutt. The fire, which occurred on last Thursday night wat accidental, no biuronce. Czzt end Cserncker I have Juat returned from New Or leant ana nave a nne ioioi Leataer, CtUf and Herocc, T HAVE alto employed three ex i cellentJourntyinen.aDlamnow prepared to nu a. powers Bbnp on Main St., Corner Walnut Commissioner's Sale. state of Mississirn, ) . Washington County. ) In Chancery Court, October Term, 1BV0. Johnson Pekcv & Fkbouson ) vs.675 L. M. ANDERSOJt. . ) Xv virtue of tho final decrco In the above entitled cause, rendered at the term aforesaid of the Court aforesaid, to-wlt: on the 6th day of November, 1875, tho tindcrllgn ed, having been appointed a special commissioner to esocute said de cree, will, on Monday, the 24th day of January, 1876, proceed to sell, at the front door of the Court House of sold county, between the hours prescribed by law for Sheriffs' soles, at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, tho following described lots of land, situated In tho town of Greenville in tald county- and Bute, to-wlt s Lots number eighteen (18) ond nbetecn (19) of block nnmlwr iitncteen18) of the Huntington ft Legally addition to said town, eacn or saia iow bhjw uring ninety-two (92) feet on Wal nut street; and running back"0; twecn parallel lines one hundred Special Commissioner. , Dec. 18, 1876-tdi. a; aa . Mulberry Street. Dealer in I:; ' i -x1 HEW AiKf& French Restaurant. We take pleasure in informing the public that we have H'm.l a FI1IS T-tLASS RKSTAIUANT, in the ltefuge Club Building I PRICE OF MEALS : Regular Breakfast, - - 75 cents " Dinner. ... 75 " " Oysters In all si vies per dozen 50 " ' o AJrav keep on hand FISH. QUAILS, CRABS, VEX1SOX and CELERY. Respectfully, jau8,-7. FREXCliMAX. I respectfully recommend and guarantee the "Frenchman's " Restaurant L Isenberg. ISADOR LEWV. LEWX.EEOS. UKOLEOALE KTCZX ON ITOUXUT3T., DEALERS IN Family and Plantation Supplies, Fancy Groceries, Provisions, and Western . Produce, such as We carry the largest stock ofXJ ccioozmri xit ctj lvjxl3, We call the attention of the public STICK AMD fancy CAiuifi5 ever oucrett in tnts maraet ' rALSO AI7D CIQABS. Come of oar articles of groceries Cciidlc, CracJicro, Chccpo, Butter, L . . a kmpleta variety of UCCIGOAIQ GDCC03Y. CCISQ. We handle Flour direct from the best Mills in tlie country, and always have a full line of Brands in 8tore and en route. The MsAIJTCIl eaS COIITI--ZTVI nnnUII of the county are especially solicited to call examine and price our goods, and we are certain'that we can mako it to your best interest to patronize us. n. II Q AVU vjAci:ir:cTon 153 With pleasure do Winter stock of DZTKG00D3, 170TIOII8, LADIES' PINE OIIOKO ancflloaiery jls complete tho last box of my extensive purchase ! having to-day arrived and opened. Consisting of every. ining in ine general snapping uno, seicciea oy royBCii and guaranteed tho best in the market and bound to please. . . Uy Goods aro 7cirantcd Purchasers can experience this assurance in buying, which is so haphazard in most cases. My stock comprises in part, or STRIPED & DIAGONAL Sehoes ALAPACA POPLINS, (In solids) HEP and PLAIN DEBEwiS, EMPUESS CLOTHS, TWILLED (all wool) DEL AXES. BLACK ALAPACAS, . ' BUTTONS, CORDS, AND TASSELS, ' TTUte Oeeet omA Cenett, In Great Variety and Vary Chens. Ladies' Fine Shoes in French Kid Sf Lasting, ' ' . .Ess Tccd Csrasso Ecotccs, PEBBLE GOAT and SURGE GAITERS, nxDCLOV3in Licirr coior, a, 3, a cnttos C2:ccljr Ctltctcd .GAUNTLETS, REGXIERS DOGSKIN wllh FUR CUFFS. r.lHlir.ory (A .pecuity) ITCnCll Artificial Flowers, O.icll PLUMES, Vv' -TC3 tips, ' AND Tr:G3. r ' I - Oaioa Stts aad Cardci Grass aid Flawcr Scfds f all drscria tleuat janS,?$ 1. B. FlXLll'S. fr aVifgigrx This is a beautiful Quarterly Journal, fiuely illustrated, and eou. taiuing an elegant colored Frontis piece with the first number, l'rico only 25 cents for the year. The first X. for 1876 just issued. ryVICK'S FLOWER aud VE GETABLE GARDEN 85 cents; with cloth covers 65 cents. Address, JAMES Vlt'K, Rochester, X. Y. Jan. 8, 1876. - - JOSEPH LEWY CROCERO. that we hare the largest stock Vf every class of Goods kept in a , II; I announce that my FalHndj REPELLANT CLOTHS. PLAID SUITING and OPERA FLANNELS. CRIMPED & PLAITED BRAIDS and FRINGES, BALL TRLMMINO ft OALOOXS Gross Grain Ribbon, Belt Elastic, Scale Gurdles, - Russia Horrocco, Striped 1 Y. 7 Mm Worth. o Caob. Coodc Cheapest Cash Store Under the Sun. We Buy and Soli Exclusively for Cash and invite CLOSE CAOII BUYERS. With our facilities Highest market price paid in Cash for Give us a call and saro 25 OF Cotton WANTEDi Ac:d DAtca coTTon, ' Are in need bf same. nOIUTZ ITO OEJEOT. At Lmdr.u, GREENVILLE. Parties who do net town, can leave it at Landau. Spin 'arnff Co at Stoneville or at IT irsch field (Jo at Lan aawvuie. Oceans oftnoneu have been hauled to each store, and wagon loads of it will b& sent cuik every day during the cotton season The cotton we must have, if it takes all tM money Yanderbilt has got to secure it. If you fOR (3 9 Bring .r. r the attention of we defy competitionJ Cotton. per cent in your purchases. THE Cpinjcm,. is Co. wish to haul cotton to - . want tho ' YOUR 2 EI it to the j cZ Lcr.danvitls.