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SATUBDAY. JAN. 23, 1S76. legislative, II appears that tbe Legislature . lutend to redistrict the SUte, LegUlatively, despite the Itadical attempt to constitutionally pro hibit this is right. F.vrry county should .hsve one local tt reseutative in tlie lower House. This is the Terr essence of local self-government, and we do not believe that the coustitutiouality of such an act ill be tested. t.The Congressional District will probably be overhauled also. We know of no objection to the lx,a flon of tbe Congreiotial District lines, as proposed. The House committee appointed to prepare a bill for rcdisJrlcV'ug the btate into t'ouKionnl dis tricts, is as fttlttrt-a : Slate at large, Mcr.j4!K mid Percy; tlr-t di- ...tfkiMr. Tison; second dintriet, Mr. Feathcrson; third district, Mr. Tucker; fourth district, Mr. Yel Imvloy; filth district, Mr. McCor iiiick ; sixth district, Mr. Cessor, colored, to which was added for the Stato at large, Mr. Sjieiiker Street. - The Chalmers-Sullivan rontest is before tho conmiittcc and pro bably decided ere this. The following bill will. likely become a law. When we may posi. bly, despite uukept and stolen re- cords arrive at a knowledge of our county indebtedness; Skctios 1. That Hoard of Su- -pHvlsors shall, at their first meet ing alter this aet goes Into effect, or soon thereafter as practicable, enter an order requiring all persons holding outstanding warrants to have them registered by the clerk of said Hoard; tho clerk to enter the samclnabook,statingtliokind, amount, ditto ami number of said warrants and uamo of the person holding tho samo, and to endorso tho warrant "roglstord," the Hoard to give notico by advertising or posting Tho registration shall be within sis aonths from the date of the order. Ken. 2. Tax Collectors shall not leceivo warrants not registered Bee. 8. That IicrcRlter clerks ol Hoards of Supervisors shall keep a book In which nil warrants shall be registered, stating uumbcr,dntc, hmount, payco and account ou which (ukllixl nml alun til n seperute column when any warrant is paid or taken up, tho w ord "can celled" shall bo written; aud for each and every fullure so tVrio, the Clerk shall forfeit 2l)0, to 1m rot- locted in tho uanio of tho Hoard, miti inr i ne n so oi uio coumy. , See. 4. Warrants so ngixtcmil , shall lie paid in orJcrof registra tion. Provided', that this section ulliiU not nrnvfilii tinvmniit nfennn. - - . i .... - - t y taxes in said registered war rants. SssWBMsasMssWsassWIWWsfr , Mr. Hill's spcoch in tho amnesty debate appears to be ou object of deprecation with most Southern journals; being proudly red ill ; timed and inexpedient. We are willing to concede that ho should have restricted himself to n slmplo yet Indignant denial and donuncla- . tlon of Hlalno's grossly untrue and insulting speech'. Hut that he could havo done less, that Mr. Lamar would havo ordered things diflercntly had ho been there ns the Jackson Clarion implies, we do not believe. Wo have carefully read the Con- grcssionul Records containing this miserable prdcecdlng; and nro al most surprised at tho moderation displayed by the .Southern mem bers, under Bhiino's hideous mid calumnious aspersions of tho (lend Confederacy. That lllnino had the one sole object in view of provok ing a "Southern outburst through which to cause a Northern rage and therefore introduced Ills incus " un his firebrand, ns offensively as the Euglisli langttago would admit, is evidenced by this fact ; that Mr. -!, ,111 i I - - , luinuaii s oin w nicu so siirreo him, is identical in language, with .that which enino from a committee i.of whlcji ho, Uliiine, w as clinirnian in tho hist Congress, nml wus pass ed ujr the, then, ltcpubllcuu House.. . We do not agree with the pro ' vailing opinion that this discussion will 'perceptibly or unfavorably affect tho Presidential nmpiupu. And, under the circumstances, we do not think even that considera tion would have required silence under, positive and intended pro vocation and wrong If it does, our boasted restora tion to political liberty docs not amount to much. We believe- that. on sober thought the Northern people will realize tind npprcciufo the fact, that Mr. Hill simply fol lowed the good old English ens- tout, which they no loss than we believe in, of striking back, when struck. Tho river is fulling rapidly from Cniro down. . 4 Congressional. ; Morten has beeu nuking Lis! MUWippi speech for two days, as we Warn by Herald dispatches, aud still the outrage mill U run ning. Naturally, he Lad to defer j his eonclusiou on account of blist ering his throat. The Senate has not yet consider ed the nomination of the infamous Hillings to the Louisiana Judge ship. The House has under con sideration the centennial appro priation, tinged by Hyena Maine's amnesty rampage. The Hon. Mr. Hanks, in a spirit which does him inflnate credit, is endeavoring to engineer an Am ncsty bill through despite the op position Hluine lias engendered. Tie DrctUa T r. 8. Sesatsrl The. ejection of Senator Tuesday -. ..n...i t.. i. Hon. L. Q. ('. Laiuur. The most pleasing feature of this most grati- fyiug event, is in the entire ab sence of ill feeling, tho perfect unauliuity therein. The 1'adical members, w ere divl ded on Alcorn aud Warner. War ner was tho choice; but on the day of (ho elect iou the 'Jackson Times,' most maliciously exposed a piece of villainy of this pet of lladical Ism, which will probably be suc ceeded by his installation in the penitentiary. So in the dilemma the ltadicals compromised by vot lug for blank. Hut tjie Times, could not so fur accomplish its ob ject as to Induce the Unds to vote fsr J. L. Alcorn. Enforcing the Law, The effect of having magistrates who know mid do not fear to per form their duty, is being sensibly felt. Not a cluy posses that from one to one doz.cn violators oftlio town ordinmiecs, formerly violated with impunity, aro not mado to pay tho penalty, or go to jail. The danger uow is that tho town and county will 1o cmbarasseu by pay ment of jail fees. To obviate this, tho council soiiuld AT ONCK en act a chain gnng ordinance; through which to make petty offenders self- supporting. Thero is plenty of work for such a gang to do ; streets to be repaired, ditches to bo open ed, and the roads leading in town to bo mended. Formerly the town Council enncted a comprehensive series of ordinances ; but owing to tho worthlessucHs of tho Justices, who did not enforce them, they fell into disuse; and when the Town Hull was burned, all the re cords of ordinances, Ac, were lost. This loss should bo repaired by re-enactment ol all ordinances necessary to enforcing u thorough system of order, ami tho provision lit a sufficient revenue, t 1 'n Centennial Appropriation-- Good Spfcth by Maddell, r.. I. The House went Into I'oiiiinlltee of the Wholo on tho Centennial Appropriation bill. Wuddell, of North Carollni, said that ho had been an unwavering supporter of tho appropriation for this centen nial exhibition ever si lire it had been first projected. If it were supposed that tho irritating dis ciission of last week would have drawn Southern 'men nwoy from I lie support of tho measure, he sin cerely trusted that the result of the vote would only add another Illus tration to the many already givou of how utterly impossible it is for some peoplo to understand mid ap preciate tho spirit that animates other people. Ho aud Ills associates acquitted their Northern brethren of nil responsibility for thnt dis cussion. Thoy had understood fully, for it was transparent, the motive which underlay the Intro ductiou of that subject, mid attach. mg to that motivo Its exact value, they simply looked down and pass. ed by the whole snbloct. Thev would treat thnt lamentable chap ter !n American history ns Noah's sons had doiio in the hour of thei fathor's humiliation they would arcrt their looks, and with back ward Btcp, cast tho mantlo of ob livion over it. They wished tho disturbers of tho public peace to understand, that notwithstanding the splric exhibited, they wore too good patriots nnd too sincere men, to allow that spirit cither to eon trol Hi em or to serve ns an example for them. They wished to main tain tbe honor nnd character of the American Union, nnd thej would doit If they wcro allowed. One element in tho House, had not been heard from in thnt discussion the element of tho Southern, soldiers In tho lato war ; of whom ho was one. .They hnd sat in silence, mid taken tho tiro which the gcntleiuiin from, Maine (Hluine) had opened on them,' with no other feeling Umn that of gratitude for having escaped from so tcrriblo an enemy ns he (Blaine) must havo been dur ing ho battles of tho Into war. Laughter. If now, w hen that genllemnii's hair was dlvci-insr, and Ids natural force perceptibly j abating, he could develop such in-! tia-ity of spirit, how must his plum have u avt u in the forefront of that conflict which had occurred at a time when he (Utaiue) was young aud strong and healthy. Laughter. That element had not yet spoken. It rould not be guard ed in the disrussion. On the con- trarv it had exhibited a spirit which he believed the American peoplo would not forget. It had met a storm of hate and persecu tion as the swan meet the billow, with a breast of down. He knew some gentlemen who had been en gaged in the s.ime cause with him, a ho had not Intended to vote for the measure before thnt discussion, but who now intended to supuurf it so as to set mi example of natrlotbm. If there were, any of them who still opposed tins bill, he appealed to them to uuite with him in doing an act which could onlv promote the honor aud ad vance tho interests of the country, and the peace and hupplncss of the people. '- Homvar. Miss., Jan. 15, '78 (iitr.E.sviu.K Tixus: It Is au incou testable fact, that the laud owners of our Stato are nearly bankrupts from heavy taxes, incfllcient labor, nnd low prieo of cotton; ami low taxes, re trenchment iu Slate 'and county affairs is the only road by which we can become again prosperous. Tho custom of holding primary meetings to give impression to public sentiment has .become al most absolute; notwithstanding, tho Hoard of Supervisors iu our Lcvcs District has returned us good Levee Hoard; thnt Hoard hits mado a chungo in its Clerk, Treas urer, etc., believing In tho time honored practice of rotation in of tiro as a healthful vcntilixcr of our system. Public sentiment requires other changes, among which are, an amendment of t lionet, roqiiiriug an annual report of tho Uourd, showing a statement nnd condition of tho Treasury, and a ehango in tho compensation of Chief Eugi necr. Tho salary is too largo, dis- liroportlonato to tho amount of service rendered. 1 con remember when wo hud good levees, before tho loveo sys tem, as a imbllc system, was In augurated, and thero wns no En. ginccr in the county. Previous to 18ol, when our first leveo act was passed by our Legislature, about one-fourth of our coiiuty wai leveed ; much of tho old levee is yet standing, enlarged to keep with tho elevation of water line, ninl'it is a ridiculous idea to sup. pose we enn hayo uo levees with out an engineer. Wo pay too much for tho red (ape. Minor Merriwentlier, with his high claims nnd princely salary (4)7,000 iu gold) has nearly ruined our engineers and comity. An Impracticable crossing of tho head of Lake Holivar was attempt ed, and after spending -1150,000 and nbniidotiing n $30,000 levee, tho linggct mid Clay levee was made, showing that engineers nro not In- fullable, aud nro not gifted with supernal wisdom. Judgement Is tho gift of God, and no amount of education can supply Itsdellctency. Wo onco had it general Lovce Hoard whoso gigantic expenses covered the salary of the President of tho United States. AVo nro now nursing a llttlo giant, whose ex pellees are in duo proportion to tbe size of tho infant. AVc should linvo been out of debt when the net expires by limita tion and then wo enn seperute adopt tho local system, each coun ty having its own Board and ofll cers, a more economising one thnn nny hcretoforo devised. Oiir Legis lature has tho matter under nd visenieut, nnd, no doubt, will ap ply the proper remedy. Unusi Poitli. Wnhliigln Cor, Ch'c.iKu Tribune, - The evidence which Mr. Baynrd expects to present ognlnst Mr Morton's nllegcd Mississippi com- plaint will bo n letter from Mr. Bruce, the only negro in tho Ben ate, written ou tho sixth of No vember, in which uo complaint is mnde ngiilnst tho conduct of the elections, but which on tho con trary, stntes that they were legally carried, nnd that they were lost to the Republicans because of the corruption in tho llcpubllcon party which wns so evident nnd so de moralizing thnt tho more respecta ble colored men enn no longer con sistently tote with that parly, Lnmarsnys that it is the put pose of tho Democratic party to im peach Ames, nnd If sufficient evi- dciico enn be found ngninst him, that ho will be remanded for trial fo the Supreme Court alter iudtct nioiit, and ns that body is llepubll- cun, nopnrtisuusliip can be charged, The Hon. Mr. Beck. We have cause of gratification that the long Senatorial contest in Kentucky, lins closed in favor of ono of tho especial champions of the South, the Hon. Mr. Heck. 02m sf th) Bosrl sf Lm Co?aitsisstri for th unities of Bdirar, WuiiagUa aai Iiisquaa. Uuixtiui, Ml-., Jjnaary Kb, KS. In accordance with an order of said Hoard No. 18 of this date, the fol low log statement of the debt of said Hoard outstanding January 1,1874 The receipts aud disbursements from January 1, 1874, to January 1, 1878 aud the outstanding debt on the 1st of January, 1876, is here by published : Beats anl Csrtifleatst ntstudisg Jaaa- ary 1,1871. Borm auiurtnj Jaa lsss, in " " 1S7I, S, " 171, , is:i, ,5 ," ' " liOi, , ' " 1S7S, 1 413.0M CEaTIFICATt! OK niDKBJtDStSa. Scrlts '' mat's Jaa. . jsn, s, ls7l. )." '!' 'K JS7.1, ,! us,m 8Drii)a3gr ecrtiiHcttt, 1,15 4 aus.suM T.isri, r.istss Buhner aith on hcnit Jan. CASH KKCKI1TS FROM JAS 1, 171 la IAX. I, Ul.S. . Cottoatai, lsn, m,V4 Ijreeoiiti'ntax,ls;j SM , isii, io,tn ss ' ' 1S7, l,lls is ' ' ' IS75. . SI7 S Iiul wlerelimiloa s.ssl ss Umllxx, . t3, 15. i I 4S EM- Z U aiSD.474 17 aw,sM4 PIsni'KSEMENTS IS CASH l UOM JAX J, lS74lu Jan. 1, IsTU. LrTTCCnnot'a, Is7i. il.JTl l ' " Is7a, iu.au tt " " 174, l.l,itil Si " is;j, 6is 0-mmi'!oii swl elgb- ChUkii rfiilx'nir'fsuUrtcs l.lilj Isl Olliiwr's ta let, lo.orni MllRtlieilllit IK'. dlHIl, 1 ,411? OS CuiiiMa iinuut, "7.IUI 75 Kxriiungii, iUU UU Ci'lllli'li' of linlrbteJ- nmii-rrit-i'b' 1,W0 Boixls ol lTI, I0 Inlcrest, - 1,111 47 SlnlvHulfMtMiwliiiittiixei, ",rO m l'UjlR'l! ADimty ' ' 4st Ir.l Holivar enmity " SAM S4 WnllKI'"i nnty " S7II HI Suiifl.iwvrriiuiity ' l! !IJ 1W! Iim;ei-lcr's mlarie, lii C-rfliin lu IsTJ Klimiletl, l M Lniiil tux IsTii 11 uu " " Ki " Si 4i " " WS " II ttl MlntciMni.- of Ivvres, 1,HII 3U l.iiKliHt'r'swIarliM, l,i(M Colililiillt nijiu:ring, M KxiwuMi, M.KlBil Sl,OMU ll:iliinrciisti onhunit Jnn. 1, 1S7, H,(M ou The cxiens'o account as above includes the sum of $3,320 10 cost of publishing lists of lands claimed by the Hoard, from 183S to 1872, which publication was mado in ac cordance with an net of tho Lcgis l'it jro approved April ft, 1872. BONDS, C'KKTinCATKS OF INPKUTEI). KKSS, Himi'M'ftAUK ('KKTIMCATM AN II I'KRTIKIC ATErt or ALLOW ANCE, (wllu IiiWwh) m-elvinl l'iim Jun. 1, lS74to Jan. 1.1S7H. Cutt.iutnx 1S7.1, VI ,0tl1 II i: :: 1S74, iiii.Tsh Sit Uniit :i lux 1S7A, l,m 4S 1S7H, S4 M is7:l, ,is til lfll, 15,.M l "?., i.iwi-. IS71, . IS -1S1.1, 4 10 1S74, M.9W Wl t.ev(toiiiit'n ux Limit sa'A A iaUiitiuii l,it7 Ml ,- Totil Sil7,7S170 Cerlitlcatcs of nllownnno nnd sur plusage certificates issued Jan. 1, 1874 to Jnn. 1, 1876. - ( Vltill-UlCJ of iillowiuico U--iu-il iinm-uount leviM i-.m-trili'lliintHX Is74, (IS, (BUI 03 ,. Sui'plu-.i); rcrllll.'ii;i'S iMU-iliintloriiiiiit Isiul sulvs mill lU-illilkill unit I ni I lux 1,47S .VI BONUS AND ('EKTH-'ICATHS OUT- HTANDIXC4 JAN. 1, 1870. Bonim mi'ltrlng-laii. Isiis, HKI ; : ; ; , : : imhi, Jim :i . :t :: 1S7I, 2n ii :: l7i, 2,!l :i :: Is74, wm II II I! Mil, 8,1)00 :i il ISW, (lOCl-iill) ti,M) Sl7,IKI0 Orllflr-iliM nf Imti-I, nlnr-n '!' :i :: 1S74. II 'K' II il Is75. 1.MU ii '1" II II 1,7(1, il 3,000 Siini1ii3ni;c ri-rlitlrati-ii C)(ltilluill!4 ol ulluH Hiice 410 Ml 41 .l:il l Tut.il Itonili nml certlllc itrj otitdtuiiiiuirf .jun. i, isru ;isi,'io-i oi Tho above debt of $41,191 9.Mn certificates of allowance will be materially reduced when the Sher iffs of tho counties comprising tills district shall hnvc made settle ment of tho amount of Leveo con struction tax of 1875 by thorn col lected. During tho past two years the Board lias destroyed by burning, cancelled bonds, cerlillcntes ami coupons as follows : Uonil unit cc-ililU'Atrj S.K),S(w is CoHi9 . 17.H,7;.1 4.10,5ns 28 The following named levees were constructed nud paid for during tho t wo years last jinst, and includ ed in the expenditure above sot forth. COAHOMA COUNTY. Itii'hiiuctiaiM lfvi-o nt il ft-fo i-urrriMty, 6 041 08 It .ln'ilMinvilln liveu ut IS 5-Sn rnrrrnry, 4 SSI s6 lioliprtmin hoiiM Ivvm lit c ccrlilk-Mtet, 6..T.5 S.'. 19 Till 10 DOLIVAH COUNTY. tlolivtir rirvnwr lvvco HI IS S-lecurrrncy, '8.051 SO Dti-min's iroiv -lliin U-vwiiiniK-ci-llllniles, S.018 35 tt-ll rrevHuw levee nt IS S-4r eumjey, . 1.501 8S Conke civviwiic levt-e ul Is 3-4i-cilm-iiry, 5.000 81 .Lower 'stttuli ihit Ii-hthI ISJ-li' ruriem-y, 4 532 tl ll-illvrtr enlieitemeiil levee ill IS a-le ciinency S. 430 21 Connolly rn-viisse levee M ISc cnn-ency, 5 078 50 30 310 80 WASHINGTON COUNTY. Miller's tml levee nt lsS-k-ciinvni-y. M.Oili 77 "' Miller's liemlexlemlon levee ul 18 S-4v unit ie rnrraney, O.JSl 71 Utopia levee nt 31c certlfl- i-Hles, 14 .(100 S3 Aiyvle levee, linlnnce due Ht ibVaCcnm-nry, 0.1.10 SO 41.100 02 1SBAQI-KNA COUNTY. Sklpwiili hooii levee HI hh- i-ettnit-nies 7.103 00 Hen tiOinoml levee HtAiucei-lltlcttttw, 11.700 - Reimlrs, snilillnfr An In the ill-triii nut liirlliil nl in wmniita f levee iiiAiievlors, 18.002 00 8 .078 20 114 7l 80 KRITSCHMIR, ttc. in Trtm. I ropeetfullv inform the public, that I have established a First-Class Bakery IX fiBEEXVILLE. BEST of Bread, Cakes, Pastry, etc., alwavsou baud. CTEspeoial attention given to furnishing Parties and Ball. Patronage solicited aud satisfac tion guaranteed. ,,. , jauV76-tf. M IEVKKS. Xotlce of Dilution or Partner- The partnership heretofore ex isting between M. Morris, h. r neu- man and M. Koscubcry, as aiorra & ( ., at the Lake Lee Store, in Washington county, 3iississippi,is from this date dissolved by mutual consent. The business will here after be conducted bv M. Morris, who will collect outstanding debts and pav outstanding liabilities. llll'.'.Mw 31. JUUKi". Strawberry J? h ANT R03E3, ETC- mPtiin Hacks ill vnrietv ill- cludinir Marshall Neil. La lletnc, Mnd Plantier, Dcvouiensis, Ze phyrino,l,Inkl'ea.La Four Cronet, Coronation, Abo Lincoln, cic. SO fcXTE lII FOB BLOOMING PLANTS. C1TSWEET VIOLETS, single or double, 6 varieties Chrysnnt himutns aud Verbenas iu variety $1.50 Fer Dozen. STRAWBERRY PLANTS In variety at $1.00 per hundred for AOOor more and $1.25 per hundred for less than -WO. Wilrt OooHe PlumH From 3 to 6 feet, 70 Cents Saoh. (ta?"Flowering Almonds, Budle viib. w lii to or Slur Jessamine. Ca- liicaiithus, Rose of Sharon or Al- then hpirens in variety Including summer blooming varieties both white nnd pink Honey Suckles, Washington Vine, Basket Ivies, etc ' S5 Cents Each. Address, Scott & Brackkn, jau22,'76. (ircenville, Miss. Office of the Board of Levee Commissioners for the Coun ties of Bolivar, Washington and Issaquena t trKEXMVUJ.1, MlM , J:IO. llttl 1H78. Whereas, itappeurs to the Hoard that thero is now due nml unpaid, three hundred and twenty-eight thousand live hundred dollars (328,500) oftlio Coupon Bonds of tins uonrii mnturing January 1st, 187ti, on which tho interest nt 10 percent, pcrniuuin wns duo nnd jmynblo semi-annually, aud repre sented by coupons, and thnt all of said coupons have been paid and detached from said bonds, and the Hoard deeming it proper that in as much as they nro now unable to pny said matured bonds, that thoy should continue to pay the same rate of Interest heretofore paid on said bonds. It Is therefore order ed by tho Board, that tho Secre tary ami Treasurer of this Board be, nnd he Is hereby directed to pny interest on snid'bonds herein- before, mentioned, nt the rrite of ten per eetituui per milium, and that lio pny tho same scmi-nnniinl- ly, to-wit: On the llrst dnvs of July nnd January of each year un til siita bonds tie pniil oil. A true copy. Attest, V. A. Evhkman. Jnu22-lt Scct'y and Treasurer, Trustee's Sale. AVort'iington, Huekncr & Co. ) - vs. John D. Webster nnd Addle ) Webster. In aceordntico with tho provi sions ol n Deed of Trust, executed on February tho 2nd 1875, for the purpose of securing tho payment of certain promissory notes, recited in said Deed ot Trust. The under signed Trustee appointed therein, will m-oeced to sell in front of the door of tho Conrt-houso of Wash ington county, on Monday, the 14th Cay of February, 1876, u wi urn i ignruuy, 100, legal hours, the property d in snid Deed of Trust, Tho oust hnlf of the south Within legal described to-wit half of lot No. 25, of the second nd dit ion of the townot Greenville, ns hid down on tho map of snld nddit ion filed nnd recorded In the Chancery Clerks office of Wash ington county, measuring sixty- six iet-1 j row., on Liociisi street, ov one hundred nnd eight vono and ono hnlf feet ill depth, between parallel lines. This Deed of Trust Is executed by John D. Webster nnd Addle Webster, nnd Is recorded in Deed Book I, No. 2, pages 841, 842 nnd 84S of Records of Washington county, nnd the salo is made nt. the request of Worthingtoti, Btickner & Co., holders nnd owuors of the notes secured. Snid notes arc as tot tow 8 One note, $100 66 due at 60 days " 102 69 duo nt 90 days . ivi oo due at 4 mos, " " 106 60 duo at 6 mos, " " 108 48 duo at 6 mos, Jiu oo mie. at 7 iiiob. 112 29 due at 8 mos All dated February 2nd 1875. Wm. Marshali,, Trustee. janl5-'76 QTOSSTIOIT? Why should you buy vottr Gro ceries and Poultry from (iartmau ? Answer Because ho sells cheap mid is n clever fellow I fireeuvllle, January l;., in CALAIJDEH 870 JASl'AKV I. .1. ..-! 1 , ' .! a il , V k. II 1 15 14 K I ,ii'i7 11.41 l it FOB CO FEBItt'ARY I I I II t 11 4, 5, A XTSWSP AFZZl id ? 9 liUl If I 1.114 li!t17lSll I - V .7.1 111 Zi!S:SS..I.J..t Especially CO TO MARCH u:.t ii n 11 Sl 7 Sl Hi) EJTEHE3T OP !li l14 WIS 17 IlitJi-il'tiiSil Ii7isi3l CreenvilleE CO AND TllE COCSTIES OF Armr. sl si 4! s; ! is u IS I3!I4 Washington, Issaquena and 17 is inin lie . teiu,. m .i..i.. i.. i.. CO (JiTCommnniealions of lorn! in terest in these counties solicited. MAY ..i ii ii 4j i m 7 sl ti loll Ii 11 14 IMS 17 IS! 10 ALL MANSKR OF II a M 1V4S ,j Job Woxk CO jrxE Oea tt!j, Qhsapti .!..i..!. i ii m 4 Al 6. I l l l' II li I.: W 15; HI Is;iii4tsi3;i -ADDKHI T I II IJj (J I Greenvilla, ta.j J WETHEEBEE &TKIGG DEALERS IN FOREIGN U DOr.lEOTlO HARD "W ARE, (inns, Pistols, Cartridges and Cctfcry Jas. II. Hall & Co'. Plow New Ground Plow with Coutlera Hatces, Traces, Back Bands Collars, Horse and Mule y Plow Bridles, Single and Double Trees. CITApents for the celebrated CIIAUTEIl OAlt CTOVI23. with nud without )orcclaiii build reservoir and Irou kitchen attached! Household F irnlshinjt Goods, Queonswaro, Crockery nud Glassware, i inwarc or all kinds, iXails. Horse, Mnlo and Fcucinif, lleltlnff. fliini nd f.pfitlini- l'lK.l-ln.r rimn --.1 tt. , I Ulll I. Ill, Jll.lllll, Uopc, Grass Cotton Plowliucs Cnno knives tho best iu the market. 1t,i,,.o 1t..n ...1 l)..tl 1 r, . . . .' .i.ui--, uu x nm mm i uiiiib uu u vinuu rumps, uprnngo llolts all sues. Avery' Water Ellvator nnd Purifier. A full lino of Japanned House Bath Tubs, Foot Tubs, Chamber Sets, Etc, Coal Oil, Ramps, Chimneys and7i& ESS?In a larsre and vnriprl ttntAt not mention everything but purchasers will find our stock complete, in every branch of goods, cheaper than m any city on the river south of St. .Louis. We call iuu Biieiiuuu oi smau aeaiers ana planters to our list which we will send through the postoffice to our friends and numerous patrons. - Attachaest Notice. yhe State of Mississippi,) Washington Count v. j In Circuit Court to 'April Term 1876. bn-jrhiH MiyclrPflt'i ) , p tr i T5: . t Attachment. 8. Knttiw, Uefcndnnt, ) Afhcreas a Writ of Attachment has. been issued In the obovo styled ennso al the suit of the plaintiffs, Dreyfus & Meyer, for tho sum of one thousand dollars, which writ Is now pending and is made re turnable to the Circuit Court of said county on the FIRST MONDAY IS APKII, A. D. 1876, and has been levied on certain goods and chattels oftlio said defendant. The said 8. Kohns, defendant, is therefore cited to be and appear before the court afore said, nt the time aforesaid and plena to tho said cause, in default of which Judgment by default will be reudered against him, and tho property bo sold and tho civets applied to tho payment of the plaintiffs said claim. Givou nndcr my. hand and tho seal of said court, this SOthHlav of January, A. 1). 1876. ' L. P. M. Watkins, i,i i Circuit Clerk. I'helps & fckiuiier, Attorneys for riainiiin. jHu,-' ik,.':,j 9 JILT TBE co Arccsr lsiiild Sl St 4- k Si S llilJ uiisiTiiL ::alit4,i, Devoted CO Till SrPTTMlEl ijlisLilisL SI 41 14411 -4i- CO OCTOBEK S SI II 10- imu Bolivar, Sunflower. Wlkl7 lSllkv 4 Wtf Jl l-l-l CO SOVEMBKR t slSwlii: I4isllll7ls il!lllili CO tni EissMHsaslf. DKCtCUBKR 7,T3 s 4 s e 11 1 IS 14IIMI 1S19I-SIM lll!ll .l-.l-l--l.-t E S , Furnishing Goods, including- - Notlei to ContrMtort Offlc of tho Bowd of Buperrliors, J Wiwhlngton Conaty, Miss. S JiiskkvIu., Mlt , Jan. 10, 1876. fccakd proposals will be received by the Clerk oftlio Board of Su pervisors at his office in Greenville, on or before the first Mouday of March 1876, to build a fence around tho i county jail, according to plans and specifications now on file, and to bo soon in the Chancery Clerks office of said coiintv. Bids to bo endorsed " Proposals Jo build fence' around County Jail," and addressed to A. W. Shadd, Clerk of tho. Board of Supervisors. Greenville, Miss., and accompanied with bond, with responsible sure ties for the faithful performance of contract. The Board reserves tho right to reject nny or all bids. KV nwlni rt iUn nAMM.4 JiiiilS A. Vf. Shadd, Clerk. - t i , Ilotlce! The co-partnei-ship of R. H Brentllngcr and Geo. F. Archer having expired by limitation, tho business will herenffer be conduct ed under tho stylo aud firm name Guti. F.ARntnn Co. J;uil5,'75. v .