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SATTJBDAT. APRIL 15. 1370.
AgrlotltKna AcreMtemt Mid
Comtnct Iit fWTe4ftm
Mne dollars is the cabii price
for the finest Family Flour used,
febl2
rl.0,,,
s.b. Jonxexco.
Kbsskdy's Saloon. Gentle
men wbo won't go back on a square
ir.IU.iaa' wilt IhA 1 lll0 Eful
visas oi jin"" " -
to learn that Ed. Kennedy has
" owned up" on the corner of
Mnlberry and Washington avenue
The old hoiiBo of JIanway & Ken
nedy was ever noted forthe supe
rior tone of their liquors, and Ed.
will keep the same brands at bis
new saloon. When you waut to
irrigate your alimentary canal with
tomcthiug elegant, drop lu to Hen
uedy's.
NOTICE.
IIo Hero Ilcathly
CREDIT
To Thctt TCio X)j ITot Fay On -The
Pint of Each ZIonth.
,tm. M. Mayor
""1 9 '
The Resolute Will tackle the
Crescents again next Wednesday,
They are good players, those Keso-
lutcs; but If the Crescents uou'l
flax them, an independent fortune
acquired by honest labor in the
postofllco, will be swept away.
Buy your gropcrics for casu
you will save from ten to fifteen
iwr cent, at 8. Goldsmith b.
1 . feb!2.
Kennedy's Saloon,
Corner Washington avenue and
Mulberry street,
AVill be opened to-day with a
at which turkey, duck, chicken,
uocfcr Mountain I rout. Pomnano.
Ited Snapper and ska will be trot
ted out till you can't rest.
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Hash
mashing to commence at eight
Pcstsfice Ssgslations
lauons, i respct-iiuiiy reier iue
public to me ioiiowing sections:
Sec. 193. Eauh poMotlice box or
ArAVFpr in all iuistftfliipa 13 rtirl.
- " - - 1 - - - f - -
ted to the use of one family, firm
or company, buu inu rem uiereior
must be paid at least one quarter
iu auvoncu.
Sec. 201. A person rcntiug a
nnulnffiM hax pntitlml in hnr
g - - - --
I ho lnttfra nf hi fnniilr. iirm. or
con pauy put iuto it. Letters ad-
uressed to ins mends stopping
lainnnMvitv with liim mm I a
Iiui'iria4ti II IUIH UIM w
tl:ii-iwt in I ho luiv if H ni-ttil ta
his care or to the number of the
ttrnu nailing in the ssms place, sad
tut fna ths ssxhelier, ihsuld aot ki
.'l in tV Lav
omcs hours.
From 8 to 12 a. iu. ami from 2 to
6 p. m. Sundays from 9 to 11 a.m.
Jvo Money Orders issued nor
letters registered after 4 p. m., nor
on Sundays.
The above rules will bo strictly
adhered to.
J. Alexander, r. M.
Greenville, April IS.
It is sr.ld that Governor Ames is
going into the lumber business in
Minnesota. He ought to know
something about it, for he had tho
handling of some mighty bad tiro
ber in this Stnto. '
Choice Now Orleans sugars from
eight and a half to nino cents per
pound. Cash down.
fBbl2 8, Goldsmith.
ThIch Oarcik has' landed on
our shore, and already the atmos
phere Is feeling its Influence. It
was cold cnmiKh ycst.rday to Jus-
ilfv two or three extra drinks.
11ml her Isciibcnr has been all the
week housing it, and pooplo may
be nuti red of an abundant supply
lor tho healed term. .'
For cash yon can buy Jlio best
- Tublo butter at 8$ cents per pound,
or three pounds for one dollar, at
lcbl8 8. Gomjsmith's.
THE RIVER 1XD LEVEES.
Disastrous CrtaL.
Death of A. T, Stewart.
New York, April 10.--Alexon.
der T. Btowart, tlio wealthy dry
goods meichaiit, is dead; caused
by inflammation of tho bowels.
Tho death of Mr. Stewart took
ulnco at about 1:15 o'clock tills af
ternoon. He hnd been eluklng
rupldly during tho morning, and
his medical advisers and tho few
friends who were allowed access
to his 'house, had given up hopes
or his recovery. Judgo Hilton,
Ill's long-trusted business adviser,
hug tirincimd charge of btowart, s
affaire, and was present when he
died.
All kinds of Can Fruits, Pre
serves, Sauces,' Catsups. Jellies,
etc., too low to talk about, but for
oiair at S. fiflI.DSMITn'8
' febl2
The bad Bob Leo fired her can
non at our wharf at half-past eight
o'clock lust night, having left tho
icksburz wharf at half-past nine
in the morning. She brought pa
pers of tho same day. It teems a
pity that co magniUccut a boat
should have to be dismantled and
wracked, while she appears so
staunch and stately; but Captain
Cannon knows best, and as tho
new bout will bear the same name,
and havo the same invincible speed,
the memory of the great hero will
still bo linked with the champion
steamer.
Tho Ohio river racer, tho Chas.
, Morcran. unseed up this morn
ing, closely followed by the ilium.
pion light-weight of tho world,
tho Illinois. Thus within less than
ten hours, we had three of ho fas
test boats iu America at our land-
A Sail AccWftt.
'Ou Monday afternoon, Duguc,
sou of General S. W. Ferguson,
and Waller, son of James It. Yer
srer. wero thrown from a horso
and both seriously injured. They
were both on tire sumo horse, going
at a rapid pace, when, in crossing
a bvitlc, the "horso fell, throwing
the boys with great force ftiramst
a plank sidewalk. Tlicy wore both
insensible when taken up, ami so
remained for many hours ; but wo
ore glad to say that tlipy are now
improving.
Ths river here aiiears to be
respoudiug to the decided fall
above, or the various breaks ; as a
full has set in. So far there ii a
decline of 21 inches.
On last Tueedav there was a dis
astrous break in frout of Buck
Ridire. the plantation of Mess-r.
Edmonds aid Donaldson in lower
Bolivar.
This is in the tame vicinitv.that
the breaks occurred in 1872 and
1371, and overflows and threatens
the same country.
The water from this break es
capes directly into Lake Bolivar
aud through to Deer Creek. The
harm from this immediate break
is limited to plantations north of
Williams' Bayou, between Lake
Bolivar and tho river; but, as iu
the two said years, the protection
of tho northern portion of the
county agniiist water of the break,
depends upon the levco on Doer
Creek and Williams' Bavou. And
last night this unexpectedly save
way in front of tho Evans place ;
tho same place it broke in 1874.
Tlio effect of this break will be
very disastrous, unless there bo a
speedy and considerable decliue in
the river. Much of tho country on
Black Bayou between hero aud the
Deer Creek Ridge will go under.
Tho break at Buck Kidge, from
what wo have heard of it, must
have been tho result of careless
ness onthe part of persons living'
in that vicinity. Tho attention oi
tho loveo otUehils was directed to
tho levees at Utopia, Shady Side
and Gen. Clark's front ; the real
points of danger. No ilUawtcr was
apprehended at Buck Uidgc.
JUST RECEIVES
yrT.T.TffgST A2TD ISSSS GOOD?
apl5.'76. M. Mayois
Editor GrvcnrlUc Tlmo.
Through your papor wo would
ask to inform the public that tho
labor of orguutziiiir and rehearsing
an Opera combination, has success
fully progressed and that tho
crowning triumph of tbe endeavor
will culminate on tho evenings of
tho 9th, 10th and 11th of May,
when will bo presented tho beauti
ful Opera Martha, by Floton, un
der the management of l'rof .Talou.
This announcement of itself in a
community whoro thcro has novel
been an Opera is sufficient guaran
tee that tho last sent for sale will
be disposed of; but when it is sta
ted that this is strictly an Amateur
organization composed ot the best
musical tale'nt of Grccuvillo and
Vicksbnrg, beyond doubt the
house will bo full to overflowing.
Wo commend the elevor disposi
tion of our Vltksburg friends who
will vir.it us to lend their aid. The
proceeds of the entertainment will
be devoted to a laudable object.
Book Lost. A -book was lost
about tho 4th instant, f.ir which a
liberal reward will be paid, It re
turned to
npl5 H. SCHLEStNGER,
A Troublesome Word.
A dispute about tho pronniu i
atiou of a word cawed tronblo iu
Elder lilaik's colored Baptist
hnn-h in Ihia cit V. t he word was
the same over which there has been
wrangling amongst scholars Tor so
many years. Brother Black had
resigned his pastoral care of tho
flock, but anxious to see that they
were fed on pure doctrine, he wcut
th rhurrh Moud.lV eVCUinif. to
hear his successor. The good bro
ther was tussling with tho word
" baptism." His pronunciation
grated harshly on brother Black's
cilucateu ear, ana no arge iu a
,.,.;.. nriW. "You ara not
preaehiu' scriptcr to ury people,"
said he. "Give 'cm senpter. The
1 S t Ih.nllim1 sir. It is
IIai'TIKKUm!" The other brother
insisted that he pronounced the
writ.! rtkmt i v. Hot li "ot hot. mid
some bad languaga was indulged
in. cxt morning oromcr wi
n-ia nrmtimpd iM'fore Justice Nid-
c... ami iiimt twpntv-five dollars
for disturbing public worship. The
pronunciation oi mu uiu,
ever, is still a mntier of dispute
between the learned ministers.
Bights of Married Wobcb.
Ad Act ntltlM aa net to mwrly fon'lroe
UK M.H ' 'CI
uiarvltil wjmeu.
Section 1. Bo It enacted by tho
Legislature of tbo State of Mnwia-
I....I Thnt nnnonf 1 1m nrnvislOIIS
of the Itevtsed Codo of 1871, or of
an act entitled an act to protect
married women In tho enjoyment
or tlio lruits oi tnmr laoor, ay
proved April 18, 1873. nor of any
il.tiili nf tl.la Ktnlp. Shall
Vilivl ni.Lu . v v -----.
bo so construed as to permit any"
married woman to contract with
l.n imahnnil a to establish
a-'ainst 1dm, in auv manner what-
ever, nny tiuim or ucihauu wt urv
..fixMtnJ itriiinil (Vil i 111! tirfOllllt
liiiaiiivt
of her husband ; and it shall not
bo lawful for anv tnorried man to
Anuti-Hit u'tth his wife.-so -ns to
l.nvn nv muliitiitii n-mtnst tilO wife
iii any manner whatever, any claim
or demand for hire, services, or la
bor performed by such married
tunti In Ar nn ArrnlliiC nf his wife.
uud all contracts madu between
any husband and wife, in violation
of this act, snail no ausouueiy mm
aim void. - . .
By limitation, February 15, 1876
Dress Goods,
- . Ladies an4 ICssss' I
Hats and Bonnets.
lteit styles
MILLINERY. '
np8,'76'lm.
IUSS MARTIN S
Have jibt RCKtvvil ftum
WEIV YORK,
by way of
viorcsmjito
French Flowers,
jAxrtnv J
it $! n ' r
in 11 is is 11
k. 1; if w il '
.I' II t
CO
FF.nUl'ABY
...L.l Hi! i
ii :' v n-i'i ll li
l.v II l.M lit II li li
l ft zi Ji -Hi
,i;!ai':4Mi..t..l.. .
Utopia Levcs in a Eatgus
Condition.
Craig & Cotton,
WITIl TWO
PKODUCE 13ont
Selling produce too low to talk
about
HAY, BRAN,
MEAT, POTATOES, &c.
Also an cmty liny Boat for sale.
upDTO.
maim n
OT.l.. I ll 4
! 5 til Ii s l: II;
'li IxlMil.VW 17! If.
W-V-.'lii.'ii;t:St!v
JS:4l!'.il!W-1l
Grand
CEI7THAL Hotel. I
rS"Tliankiiig tho public for gen-
eniiB nati-omizo heretofore receiv
ed, the proprietor of the Grand
Central, has addod twclvo; largo
and comfortablo rooms to his
bouse, and Is now prepared lo of
fer better accommodations than
ever. Persons who have to attend
Circuit Court may be assured that
they will bo well taken caro of at
tho Grand Central.
I. A. Nkwmas.
Greenville, March 25, 1876.
Co
AFRIT.
CALANDER
M 8 7 0
KUESSCllllIK
FOK HIE
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M T W Tl
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1 3' I 5' 7!
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BKcnriHtBttis
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t" 111 .4119
The Board of Levee Connnission
ers met in session on Monday last ;
aud adjourned on Tuesday, alter
tho transaction of considerable rou
tino business. ' '
M
In consequence of tie failure of
r 11 fin HlvD,. tnfn Klimltl' of iiol-
. Mfl ..III... . !, -
t . in tmv nvir nr account
for any of tho taxos collected by
him on account of the Levee board,
that is to soy U10 levee construction
tax and the tax of 7 cents per
ucro on land, the Levco board Is
nbont to Institute suit on his bond.
Wo would suggest to those parties
who paid him either of said taxes
for 1875, to furnish tho Secretary
of tho board ft statement of the
-rv nnhl lltlll tllllS aid iU
recovering so much for uso on the
levees. '
Thn tii-nrpilill!? notice was pub
lished as a matter of business, and
at the request of levco officials.
In connection with and correction
of it, wo will stnto that Mr. Sulli
van has paid over said tax collec
tions to the treasurer of the board
of loveo commissioners. ,
Kewsppr8 aid Periodicals.
Tho Vlcksburg Daily Herald,
St. Louis Globe-Democrat, and all
tho New York papers on nnnd ot
the Postofflco Book Store ; also the
illustrat.(l nauors and ladies' mag
azines, with an 'ampin, supply of
books and stationery.
, It is clalmod bv scientists who
hove tried tho experiment, that a
bar of Iron huiig from tho Hmb of
a fruit tree, will prevent tho swell
ing buds botng Injured by frost.
.-- -
Wo arc Indebted to tho accom
modating goutlcmen who inn tho
ink-fountain on tins Pnrgoud for
tile nf New Ot'leniiK paper;
John Manifold camo Iu from his
mill yesterday to get ouo of Boyu-J
i;t'...i.i-..ui-iiii(r suits' lie
says timber don't grind well when
tho water is 111 1110 upper story 01
tho mill.
m s
, Mr. Howard, U. S., Postal offlcl
oljhas been In Greenville during
the" past week, and has explained
to us certain action of his that we
introduced to his detriment In our
statement of tho PostolSco rob
bery here. '
First tto says tho reason lie
changed his destination from Mem
phis to Jackson, wrs that the
bondsmen otBrentlinger declined
to pay the money they had to pay
on B's bond to him, and sent it in
s-ini.mi h.tfnr. This obviated
I ho necessity Of his going to Mem-
Sccon'l Hehadfcrniod his opin
ion of W. H. Bolton, ns detailed to
us, from information prior to our
n,tiM,i!!.f' tin ilt.1 nnt send out for
Bolton; who camo to the hotel to
see him; no wns noun in iu in,
and told tho proprietor of tho ho
tel. llttblcht, to seud out trord to
Bolton, who wanted to seo him,
that ho was go ug "-"'V
morning. Habieht failed to find
a messenger henco did not send.
At 11 o'clock (about;, n knock
camo to his dooiHablcht aud
Bolton. Uabicht said : "Bol on
.- oil ululit to catch the
boat; have no room, and f he
stays, ho must nj
This Mr. 11. poriuii.vuj.
ii. i.n1,l not take chorKe of
Brcntllnsrcr voluntarily, but at re
quest of U.rV. . , .'. Ilmt
H ltu-ni-il further states, that
. .1x1.1 jjuh " : -. .
so far from his being a party to
ftl,y jobtocxoueno ..
t us traiisacuoii, mu.
:; ti...i ctnff.aniirt.in tho pro
mo Ll U'U umuvwv. I ' ,
soncUf W. L. Sfe ta
circumstances re atea iu
BASC BILL M VTCil.
Tho Resoiute base bull club, Im
properly called Whimbampcrs,"
will play tho Crescent club, on the
grounds of tho latter In Green
ville, on Wednesday, April 19th,
when tho following niuo will be
nut in tlio field :
Georgo It. Clarke, , Catch
George W. Alexander, Pitch
John Archer, ' - 1st b
C. 8. Jobes, , 2d b
A. F.Smith, - 8db ,
EdWorthum,
Will F.-cuch, ..-If
0. B. Crittenden, c f
Andrew Jackson, - rf
II. Mctcolfo, - "'
All 'members nro requested to
appear in full uniform. Game to
bo called at 2:30, sharp. Keserved
scats for ladies free of charge
ErnestS. Aub,
Mulberry Street.
Dealer in
Gents'. Clothing & Furnish
ing goods,
HATS, CAF3 anil UhOVKS.
INK hnnil innclo BOOTH and
SIIOEH a speciality. oeU,'.5-8sv
LANOAU,SPiNGARN & CO.
Dealers In
DRY GOODS,
Geiitlomrns' (Nothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES; ETC.
Plantation Knpplles and
Grocctles.
On Waslilngton av.
fob2U,,75-nil!) Grpcnville.MIss
F
Wm. Marshall,
PEAI.ER IS
OATS,
BRAN and HAY
- A CAUD.
Uhxikvillk. Mla., Auril 5, 1H70.
Wn lulvn IhU llllV Sold to tllO
Bank or Greknvim.r our bank
ing business. All liabilities ot our
linn will bo promptly bciiiou uy us
n nil V nil tllnllri. y
I. . UM. W.w " I
Wn lii.iirfilv ctnliinmiid the liar-
ties who succeed lis to our focmor
patrons. '
WOltTIIIKUTOS, JlltKNEIl A CO.
Grcnlllo,Ml8s., Anvil 5, KO.
Having disposed of our business
In llin IUnk- nit (iltl'.KNVILIiK.
thn iirm nf Kretschmar & Farrar
in dissolvod. Either partner will
sign lu liquidation,. " "
- We recommend tho now firm to
our fi lends. '
KRETVCHMAR & PARKAU
fiirRivlllc, Ml., April 5, 1870.
BANK 0? 0E2ENVILLE.
W. A. I'llLMM K, M. Kkktih-iimaii,
rnwlili-n'. timiiwr,
W. 1. hHKwMMAn, Afs't Ciicliii-r.
This Bnnk is now open for tlio
I ran suction of a general bunking
business; nil matter entrusted to
it will i-i-i-i'lvn ni'onmt attention.
pTTho payment of taxn In
this district win bo miuio a speci
alty. '
French Restaurant.
AVo tuko ilfcoHtiro In Informing
the' public that wo have owned a
Fl IIST-CL ASS BEST A I! it ANT,
in tho Kerugo Ciuu miiiauigi
PHICE OF MEALS :
Uectilar Breakfast. - 75 cenls
" Dinner, - - ' 75
" Oysters in nil
styles per dozen 50
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Especial! i Devoted
' TOTlUi
OF
Green villeE
.AND T1IK COUNTIES OF
Washington, Bolivar,
Issaquena and Sunflower.
rTP-r.niiiii!iiI.nttins iiriot'ttl 111
tert-st in tbeso counties solicited
A I.I. MANNER or
Job Work
Dim Nisllf, CbMlinlstlll'l-
ADDRESS
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Give notico to tho public that they
havo commenced ousincss at
404 Waohingtea Av.,
Cirocnvillo, MiHwiHslpjit
STORE
ON LOCUST ST
Greenville. Miss.
mchll,'7l.
Where they offer lowest market rates
Dry Goods, iBcots, C!idc3
CLOTHING, H ATO, CAF3
AND FAUCY CIXOCIXIIEH,
Alwiiv's keep on hand FISH.
QU Al li's, CliAIW, VENISON and
CEIiEUY. Ichm!cI fully,
i..7C. I'IM'."(H1MAN.
I reViiectfully recoiuniend imd
iriiarantco tho "Frenchman's"
l..itulf l-llllf- ' i
I. Lscnbcrg.
Rio and Java Coffee,
Imperial T. H. end Black Tea,
Loaf, Pulverized, Granulated,
Coflco A. and Brown Sugars,
Golden Syrups,
Sugar IIouso Molasses,
coNfitsTiNO or
Carolina Eioo,
Ilomincys, Grits,
Darlcy, Oatmeal,
Corn Meal, Cracker Heal,
i Buckwheat Flour,
ncr's testimony bofore the Li. S.
L,oninii8ioncii i "
ting to him that the occaB ou of
the flro was a S""vi'K"',""i
to settle the postofflco bttshioss.
Bnd to send tho liostoffice books
out to him, and report them burnt.
In our writing up tho facts of
tho postofflco robbery, wo had no
desire or design ot assailing
Howard; nnd all that waa Bam
.nnM.i-fitiitf him was purely Inci
dental, nd from its connection
with said transection. Wo there
fore have no disinclination tonf-
ror.lliiiu11"P'''f':,1h,'!tIr,a,,aU
GOODS BOH : S TO ZiiRO,
" I'll toll itiulilv. when hecomra home,
What mnmnif ' lin J"1" lnu0 he'' becn
, gone,
She earneil ft shilling nml epmt a potiml,
Ami tiiimt a hole in her cnliro (town . "
Had this family lived near our
city, there would have been no
trouble about this fractured gar
ment. Landau Is selling as good
pnlli-n as vou ever saw ot 10 cents
a yard 1 and if tlio ladies will vlait
his store, they will nml all ins ele
gant stock ut tho same low rates.
His store is a beauty in its interior
nrmnifcment.and displays in every
department tho handiwork of an
experienced merchant. Tho low
price ot which ho Is now selling,
is for Cash, of course ; and if you
goto his store with money, you
will ho surprised at tho low figures
nt which lie wraps up goods. '
UewMtUAmnsescsts.
The mail lino has established the
followinir days on which to deliver
the mails at Grcenvlllo!
down t ,
Sundays, Tuesday! and Thtrrt-
dnys at2a.tn.
' ' '.: t'P! .
gut: lays.' Wcduriidays ar.,1 r.I
dv at a. m. '
Buokwhoat Solf-Eaising Flour.
FLOUR, ALL BRAKD0.
, ' SUCH AS
L, D; McMEEKlN. Mcpta mk mymm&
IlEA.rQ,lJAil.Tli5Itfe' lOll
KID CLOVES.
FAITCY G00D3 AIID IHIXniEElYi
Ccnrcins Goods A Specialty.
Ladies' Misses' c Childens' Fine Dhoes,
LACEsj EMBHOIDEIUES, SCARFS, TIES and KSSoS'S.
LATEST STYLES KIT IT. ::ZS,
Fr.:t:c:i t:m.inr;::r
Oats, Com,
nagging and lies,
LotatoGS, Unions,
Apples, Eggs,
hait'L
Creamery Matter,
(jieesp, iv. it ana
Pineapple, Bacon, 1
WdteFish, Cod Fisli
Dried Beef,
1 Corn Beef ,
Dried Apples,
j Dried reaches
Oranges, Lemons,
w . Sri t '
fins, uurrams,
Dry Salt Meats
Mai
7 unas. Jfasms.
Jellies. Preserves
ifrtrlf'i'p.lL I flmi. Fruit..
Can Vegetables, Can Meats, Can Fish,
.
Macaroni. Vermicelli, Farina. Corn Starch, CracVed
Wheat. Gelatine. Cocoa. Chocalate. Desiccated Cocoanlit.
Goccanut t.ince Meat, Apple Butter, Starch, Soaps, Elu
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