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Greenville Times. -jdeverj Baturday BT IHB times PubHshins Company officFbijles RULIOXI. af bubbcbiptiok; Copy one yew. advance, rtOC J SJ-x-Um- advance 00 " BVLB TWO. BATES OF ADVKBTISIKO: .t Advertising. One fiouare, one Insertion,..-.. $1:50 Eh suDsequentlnaertloiu. 75 tm1 notices due on or ..f, list publication. INo proof UbeduntttpjlMfor QCABTKBLY. HALF-YEARLY AKD YEARLY RATES. INI BP ACS OCvPIED, ID - .' ' w vrnnFR. W. A. PERCY. !. ForoyA Verger, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Greenville, Miss. VOL.8 GRES3VILLE, T7ASI1TOGTOHCOUHTY, ZHSS., SATURDAY. HAY 8T. 1876. . IIO. 43 8 12 10 15 18 25 25 40 40 75 20 SO 35 75 125 NATHAN & POITL I MULBERRY STREET, Greenville, - - Mississippi. BRANCH OF " NATHAN BGOS., 221 and 223 Walnut St., Cincinnati, Ohio. . .v... i I T...tl V nniesaie auu DEALERS in foreign and do mestic Liquors, Wiues, Porter, Ale 5 Cigars, Pipes, A c., 4c. WE call especial atteution to onr veil selected stock of Old Kentacky Hoarsen ITIIIRKT. RHINE, Port, Sherry and Ma deira Wines; Gninesses' Por One Bquare..w.."" Two Squares... One-fourth Column . . u.if nMnmn. ........ une-u"" .InMMW ... Dntur Advertisements CTDUIill Su.tbepld at the beginning o, Ua Wine GninW Po.--each quarter. ter, Bass and McE wan Ales 1851 RULE FOUR. - ' old Lagarde Brandy, Old Holland AU Editorial Souces. WMUin. rorrtt . . u.. nKitua. i uoiuix-t . .-- e hargea vi ecu- r" rles tU ta--SL-..BM-ments of deaths ormarriaesTret. .... i. villi in Indulse ill whatwtomed "personal notices," will be required to pay In accord ance with the nature of their arti cles. . ROLE FIVE, FEES FOB ASNOCSCISO OANDI- ... dates: B..u...nH niatrlct Offices, $20 rn uv-v ...... 1.xtlt flffllAM 1" X or vuuuv v.- . For BeatOlBce... . 6 RULE BIX. Order fron., transient attention. Accounts of regular SSSSSnta ' 1-re.onted the 1st of each m05yiiA . WTBOOKS ESISICT. Coahoma counted Monday of Scntcinbor and Maich-coBtluue IWEoHTa?y"onnty-4th Monday of Bcpteuiucr i"v- ----- Washlug on county-2d Monday of October and April-continue m .. .1 a. a 3;7c count v-2d Monday of NoSpr May-couMnue ShXy county-31 Monday of November and Mny-conjlnue six dYs'quna couiity-4tb Monday of November and :Mny-continuc six days. ' '1 s'l u C o S dtvenor Aats's TestiMiy. fiw extracts from General Adelbert Ames's testimo ny before the investigating com mittee: 1IOXBOE COCSTY. rnftin Lee. a most excellent ..1.man It a TRi TPTT CTOOd gtrUltCUdH, " J a Confederate soldier; nis crime w mm. - A A .1 lu an . . .A A A. thA MtnntY he escaped assassi- ttmAs. On the dav of election, though a brave man, Lee was compelled to hide in the jailor's house. lie said the oppo sition trailed luetr cannon upuu the Republican rotersaud drove them away from the polls. iuitl rnnsTT. cn..i;tnff nf Amite county, he UV.a-a says : I appoinlcu in cowiunuu . the militia company a genueiunu there whoso father was a promi nan I l.tvrAP and a Icadinsr mnu in I JOSH MOBBIS. J Do vou know the Attorney uen- cral, Mr. Morris? - I know the ex-Attorney uencr-i Morris. Well, sir, was he opposed to you t He never was a political friend aI mSnn He was tho Attorney Oenerai oi the State? Vaa bi k Thou T sk vou whether there was not a very largo number of opponcuts'to you, and to your ad- ministration ana policy, whu.ii iu HVK"'"" . . I rviilv no. OOSlUVUiy. jjiuin. mv most fthinct flatterer anu n m . . supporter unui ne wiieu iu w u- nominated for hie position as av " . t T A ftai kina moncy,and I couldn't give up " a. a La v A done so. Xow I see very clearly .. i miirht to have done. I .....v. .vb loft the street eight 'IUIUI W - .fro. and paid up what 1AA AAA Ia I owed. When I gsvo W. K. TR1CO. D- M. Bt7CM ATTOKJt r. a t Greenville -Mi89' Office in Bank Building, MaiB st. pp-gtairs. hi Katie. n . - .i.,nn .tr caaM chilly np from the river iate n the afternoon. Around the beml ai we JVIB -a ii. til nn Aki inn rain n a iuv - nrAii nrtu e m..i,:n 1 . .... W A.nvht t rh it.. KnttAtiiiiA m inn niiiujiBi institntinn or iun. "v III" IlllinfflllV Tw - - A IB IB Afc"m-- - ta old colored man was siUing on have tho money And . ; a stone, eating an evciu.. ought to have proi r;'" untations and payment or that had no doubt been begged cuUdr0Mf by giving them enough I ... . LBtirhborinsr farm-houso. tn .k. ,, rci, for life. Instead rT.VrtPT - - o- - . i.w . .... J ..K. I H . A. of that I-gare my uoics, rrnRYEr ilT IA W, ..u im tutorest on 'em, thinking A TTORA l ...... tit. iL. Mta.nitl S.W.J-B0U80K, t.Air. YtniX PRACTICE in VV of Tunica, Coahoma, BoliTar, "".T'rr u. and iruu vi6" . .......ra- w a tvoo of the real, AH - . , senuine Southern siavw. " 9 . . f .HiAi Mint, his uta itiriii raiiroi """-f w as " mar little eves eneamped in a cluster or i.ia iinftn if run vi. miu expression of honesty, kinducss or - . ..ha .t.. Aviitil nnL be Ueart. geiiiuur i""" WM,W -w : . . . ...Inllll.llt l.iil that DUrSV iliv" mil, " " - - . ' . . ...... ... 41ml paid IHB luiores m - AfTs. I COUIU UU IFC r- i v. mywlf. Oneof theh!irJMe. the payment of taxes, rede-? I'vohad to bear has .n,H i tton. wle and leasing of land, a pceiality. I II! U .u.i .i..t i Miutdii't continue to ilia. n, i..Aroiit on tho notes I nave 1m, .v " ' . 1 1 I. A J .rton to schools anu cuun.. i,uk hat to the well-worn boots . . . kUt to CXpoct. Tho on his feet. ", Uhouitht of these things at first r r rrr.ATlTlE. through a cloud of sorrow that And lhcn my cUiidren ought to i. . ag aM. seemed to mantle him from his old havebecn,cftwHh largo fortunes, UOriu,y .. ..... ... .11. nrn boots I . . , i . . . Tln I flllEKN VILLK. SII8S. Dec. 25, '75-tf Grand Ccr.t:nr.bl. tnranv'npiieral that he tnrnod upon me. Heiuade a canvass as a supponer-ui uim. HU reputation was very bad ; wc .. i ... . ... haa no confluence m mm. " In what way ? . . . M . A that section of the State. Neither llo used his omco wr w p. the reply father nor son were Republicans, purposes, it was reported and ho- .ueBtlon. The sou was disposed to have a lioved. - ' ,Dat' , ..i tht was the extent Was it pro ty well established ? a w tli Mr. Bavard Ills name r , cau Answer Hurst. At tho time of the opposition did. t ; .... Tinrst was com-1 ' modest MUS. polled toabandon his compauy and Beforo tho election ho (Mns flv for safety to the county scat. grove) was ouo of tho most earnest . ma own case. sunnortors I had, uutil ho failed to n.v...n Ames admits ihat no irot a ro-nomiuation a Auditor, attempt was made to Intimidate the office which ho held at that htm personally, but the mansion time. His only excuse then for was fired into. He did not think coming out against mc and my au thcy would assassinate him, but ministration was ihat there were . . i..-m,wl tiit the thins onrtntii mnu on inv ticket who were nau uccu - i - - - - - . a i I . . a .t.... .I.... Ii. was seriously consiaereu. not gooa men , uuu una ... - w iv i o i,.i0i-,i!i, I iTnMa tTnnrv was told "no." . A verv siOTUUcauiauuiw.lv nasauieu nnnsiui iuhuuhj ...... - . drawn out of him, that he himself tu08e veryluc whom he at that "I'm been to WJce"m" . ... t i ... i r.....th. iMniiin mii. but now. in nij an st or violence ui - mA iianonncca. anu wnu mim.- i v , . thnidatiou. ed him with an excuse for opoos- old years, I duntio airy a place nae E O0E8 FOB HIS OWN PARTY. m0. de ; MU . . h fima of mv election tor " rteaiiss. ."When uinrai D..r...- the Senate in 1870, thero were cer- . He - oppomi mo simply because gone away from tlnn n, Wassa llj ..t- nniut.i mmbtnations there r.nr.,nl. Ivltevlnir htm to bo wns killed and do darfceys wa which led a portion of the people tmougUv corrupt, I would not freed. J cum norf wld my son,but r .1.. stato to believe that certain Wlinnit him as Chancellor. he's dead, sah, and dar s no more I...... m.f the nartv were msam. room for me here. I've got cu.a- P""Ufc . ......i.i 1 n nnmher of rn Itvln' When W6 CUm BOrf." I nnt matt trllO BI1DU1U UD IVHW l ill r. I HDSD BIASVVVS m ....-I I i JOITXI X7. C1HXLE3. Attorney at Law, Gbekxville, ,miss. Dec. 25, '75-tf. ; ' My name is Henry, sah ; Uncle mm Mying m0 cniy . but ii. v .lev used to call mo when 1 gt feelings was livin' whar I was raised, was kinJ ,yn,pathy of the reply he made to me repunv. . j ,ntcnded t0 bcncOt. tlon. - .1 u... I)mw. did vou not for- n.t w down In Georgia, sah, " .' ... . ' M,rMlv - -- .... i ma a a. i w nan yiiii hiid j ln. Wi. irittin I i i : . . ' W.G.Phclu a long iinw . r. " solvent, make some provision lor around do norr since w-r, ur d lldroll grand children? Ibelp inucr, l'.e gwiuo to try to go 'long home y , M x'FYR AT LAW aI.auforedeseoldbone. JJ, ,"omo other small A T T O RN E YB A T L A W war out aud clai nmn . ,m ,n Plltnm couuty, Brw.-.-, ... " " . I hum wltih T linne I .....iii ..n.lrt. tn th U. B. " . . . c ...iu 1 wnere wo eanm - r. tsr - t Want to gooaca " . m wm mko him independent at least. Courts, .supreme '"V . - t" .ii. I man, and ? my bones to go nu g MB,W,."vn It homo, but it's a long ways off. considewT Sn- ren War porn luinjr wi ...h .rl bnlnnurml to Colonel VHUIIBII, ' O - .... . .L. IIIha Archibald Hlggws, oi me f - -i 9 II CV tnnr. A cl 'ilslsl'T 'I lm t, a u is! ii n wiii I s miaitiiiiwwi.- AV : 1 II ii V'UIW' . w. w. CT 1 . a Ml Sunflower Counties. oct. a. 7 J1CU, IVHTIIlg I to Ave child- W A. MONTGOMERY " the I . - . w ' - ATTOKiS ai nrtu, Nsttli. ClissSlsiitilnlsiirjyjijvar Co. I ifiulillwlul Miss. .ADDRESS TIHES , Cretr.vi:i3, : n i w' i af lii ai'i j v--s A GKASD Marking DOWN AT sTI CMAWCBBY COURT. . " Coahomacoi.ly-4ib J October and April, and contluuo t7,'rr coi,nty-2d Monday of November and May, and continue twelve days. Mon. djrKmbor-aifd May, and continue olgiuccn uj.. . . f Issntioena county 8d Momta oi October and, April, and contlnno Rhuker coniity-2d Monday of U6ffiwer county Moiuy of Octooer nuu r- --- tinue Kixanys. noinnAOr SUPERVISORS insular meetings arc held oy tne bK'o" Supervisor, of each conn ty on the 1st Monday, of J jw , and no longer' . G. WiOTIl, 0ADIHCC IJAUER ' . ' AKD UPIIOI-9TE11EU. DEAtKB IN ALL kinds of FarnUwe,Mattr.-ssBs wrt8t0.ttUnWa.hing.onAv. ' 8"dU'1'1 GREENVILLE, MI88, tr. aiotattoN on Doer creek, Washington Couuty, MUsUpSrconUining of land, tinder fenco, and whUJi were cultivated last year; also, The land is of the best quality, and Safe from all danger of over flow s. W. Ferguson. ap'ril 1 at E0OT AND SHOEMAKER. CTI hare employed three good exe - V J -yran, ani l Vf.IiCvls&Co's . 0- To mako room for our SPRING STOCK . We will from this day for- 11 aM. 1u.A dtlM-iir Wttl'tl SOU our ns not men who shouiu oeixuou, Mr. reaso siaieu u...v (..... - : - - werTnot a very reliable class of fB,,ehood. in hi. letter, which he "Can you sing 'Way doB-on hM retracted. Ho said that i was tne uwaucoiiv.,-- men. ....... I ... ... ... .... ,.. I'nii'lv .narkled Onestlon Do yon mean py n try ug to create a raeo am agon mm u ... - -j- j ..,tj yiiesiiou i " j . iutened ill tears as he replied, nuu ll'J .ni w 1 ,,v " .... ..1,1 .... , .i.v I .... A InAH tmw fnul(t I was cultivating tho tiisn, wincn -iai ---- is totally at vanunco witu nis i ovoi- hib" assertion that I was endeavoring me forgit! Dat was wri years to create a race antagonism. Of ago, sah, but when I ring it now, course that Is tho saino statement .mm v-m n ran Tloi.nhlicnns ? J 1 1 1 . . a .1 A ...ul ki Iu cffllittlion Willi ma l'"J that time? v.. oii- By Mr. Bayard You found that thoro were unreliable persons in i . i . 1 1 i ill n n it.. niin. itn nr inu nciiuuuvw lUUUWBWWf - party of Mississippi when you went there as Military Governor? It was that which inouceu j , -ot bellevifg as vou stated, that yon Fall Winter GoodS hBd a mission to porfonn to these UW y " , ,.i ho wlllinsr to be w.Vp aoHcit an exMiiiii.il"" 500 Sentdne Caltcun Plows ATCOMTOllOAia. coloml peopje, WeH electtoomcer Will you state who those persons wore? To this question, after somo cva- !... ni wll inh Sonator Bayard TUST Rceolwd from "?J?; Uroiujht ' Wm back, ho said bo J dries of both Baldwin and Hall or K moral un. reliability oi tnos at Manufactory prices. n,M,i.'7B. C. W. Lewis & Co. illliuimj v . .. r ,i:.i ..t IibUavo iii the reliabil- .' a . I lt.A tlOPlV. ity of certain icnucn vi i r- lome of whom were very promt HAIll uc i.-i. . ilmen lenders . . nu s." . hesitation senator Alcorn; he was the chief among them. woiAll'tt POIST RIOT It was a riot in which tho poor ... itiilnd bv the score, .. i. ....n..tl! mid in which the colored meu appeared alono upon one side, anci uie Abiuo.- onlv ono or two Republicans, ap peared ou the other. . That is your statement of that conflict ? . , That Is my statement and undcr- . . J!.... f l.nf nnllflict. sianuiuH v. ...., Who composcu me w.tuu,,"u 7 9 AVo.n ihcv wholly negrosf In the main. If you will let me another stop, I ay tho kc vanv - . 1 puWipins, mainly coiorca headed by tho sheriff, JohnBrown, were on 000 side, and I think a Democrat namea unanner of Bold, were Tide, and that they on , .u,l whh Senator Al- were movj- . if vou will permit me to . . ... .fMlaa-iOhinlll. ) .... .U. onan I Will dO SO 08 Te- Washington . ported to me Dy buw- w.u. Uv A. Cott, on or v . . wn0 camo llllll'C. " '"". .. I 55 . O - 5 J O baV U 3 .t S . ' j To vUUI9U l" thot any renegade from any party would inoko about tno pnny. . . . .1.... t as this man rosuunsiwi Yes, sir. When was ho appointed ? When ho was in tho Senate n... l.i inrm Imrl exiiired? Yes, sir ; ho did not hold tho of- nr PnalmnslnP. hut tltO llOtnl- IIU V. ww... ---, ' nation was sent In, I think, before he resigned irom tne connie. ..... 1 1 ..I.. i How long aiu no noiu ina Hon of Postmaster? llo has it still. Tii.i vnii oiiflnavor to havo him removed from that, position? I did. ti. nlor. .tains Hint Gnoriro C yi.v Blow j v i. . r.T - McKee, ex-Governor Powers, and Congressman neire were uuiumcu to him; But Insists that they were "friendly to mo until they failed to rcceivo omces ai ray u'i which they believed I could give !lw.tVI "1 But as a fact they did denouueo you? . TI.AV ,11,1 And they became your political opponents r Yes, sir. Clarion. away from de old home, I 'maglno tt was writ for mo right now. O, ... ... .1... I tell vou, massa, uar s piomy i- ". .. t .1 Anl rAA kevt in tno worm Binug toon w liars jesi utoun iiui.v. Iw.mn null w'Nlliu dey was back wid masttn and mis sis. Suwanocriver.rar, faraway. A ...l Kn .B.id iriivninr milieu un ui . I, v. hv mmv - - - " . ... .. ... I.lu nM l MB r.DBfc BIFVTV. H .1. IVHI. - ' . . . . . ... . 1. . 1 nmnUlw nS BACK in 1110 YCUr UlBt are past to the happy days ho spent 111110115 the suitor cane aud cotton . . . . T. ill the sunuy inuu oi ueorgiu. . . i ..... was a eaa ptciure bihi uuu . . ... w-r. . 1 . A tniiiitt with often, no spoKu "i other good old songs the dnrkcy .....i i.. at.iiY anil wnnld have con- Usui, iv "".fcl " .!...! hi. ntnrtf fnrtlicr had not I limi t. .1.9 " the shades of evening suggested a . . 1 II.... a. - n D 1 11)1 It- depariure. to ii,i ..1 .InlilV lint WIIILIlfll' liu ill iii.v;u. vu aivua, " " - ' .. ...u.iimv hn wilt ever reach " dut good old homo" ho spoko of, is I.....1 t nll Ilillll .v HI.. "Good bvo, sah, do Lord bless you," were tho last woras no sum, ns our carriage leit htm tar Dacn In tho twilight Give notice to the oublic that they have commenced business at di w 11 Oreenvill, MissisHippli ins-' inhere they offer lowest market rates J 111 1 his ii as was and with agains" Califo. Idyl stoe! I gef S:,."tM)Tnnio, and sjg I. wt Dcots, Ciccv nAT3,OAI73. '..PliE AID FAUCY anCCEIlIES- Iloash on LoBj;rc'.low, Uncle Uialel's Uncntatlon?. HsSsyiKo Mia IvsrtMt 110,000,000 (jBiokM.Tksn Dstid. iliai' say- get oi "JdJavo Coffee, Tn orpB1 T-H- "nd Blaok Tea me, Mifhiiveriied, Granulated, V .A A " ,,on A. and Brown Sugars, llttlftf 1 at thcr, on' f7uJ!Sw..m tycr says ho. ' Thank ye, Misther loou,' says i. ... . . .. . ... j mn'.l,.,i t Tlllll I Wini nuu lua iw , - got all me points from Flood. It was goln' at $17. Betimes it rose to $22. an' I wint to ui omco. nu was glad to sco mc. He was spa kin' to his chafe chrk about kapin the assessments ?rom geiuiiH un .... tl..!J.....I I.... 1.1...111 CONSISTINO 0F- Carollaa Sioe, Hominoya, OriM,' ' GlBIK nAHoavsKOTios. T--k fcowi Kal Suldestroys described is fodows Jkb.-n:?.r- V lnfSt- . to me. " , conflict and thdso mnrder. were due to the" action oi e-ra. T.o Deawrracy oi w- weri i"Ii iam ' Among the recent visiters of the tmnt Loiifffcllow was on K::glifh- ltWrt Sir Charles C M- stream, had traveled everywhere, . . i j ... . ....... seen every tuing anu uouu thlng, and yet was tcrriDiy cnnuieu "Haw! yes, Jlr. Longfellow thought I ought to soo tho great American poet, aim seui m cam. . , The poet asked his visitor to be seated, when he rcsumod '. "Ymi im. Mr. Lonslellow. l ve irwnt traveler, sir J been all MVVM B T over the coutlnent; boon to Ice- 1-...1 Ontiolnn NnrWMV." IUIIU, uv"-, " . " Indeed ! you must havo found ..!. I a tnlnrout VOU ? " . IIIUUU .v " - " Well, something ; but It's get tirj to be ah awful bworc. I've x;t csme from Errrt 1 coon- try cxlw;c5, yea i-ww. HIO naowvoiiMv d " M.i wa ii.n 1iiMiiiilf. but kli.l.V VU U "lu ' " -r with a corrcsoondent of stopped and gov me a nod and a ' .... r...i t.,ir ir.nnd tiiornlur. Austucr ,hc Boston Times, unco u... Drew says. , . . , ... . , ,Sko ft do fvo retired perinaucnviy 11 " - - . , , . . b-lhi. ,,o, which lough, wld. ma, to have done years ago ....u. - - - ferentind happier circumsjanc.. 3-" vfl ,,,, ff t luinir di'pnmerl inni me umw " . . . , " i.U romo when I should have awhile, it's r.Biir ukc u ... 1 VU1' " Barley, Oatmeal, - ALSO SODA AUD KHTEHAL WATERS On Eraught and in Bottles. - .... ..f r..lM,ir union scis, u""-" Grass and Flower seeds of all do 1 it.... , ... scripuon. Corner Washington Avenna and Mnlberrv streets, Tobfi-fiO. GREENVILLE.' "Tes," re; "J 1 Ot:;t;"t . . . .. mi . I ... ' u-limit stoDDin . aim to go into banRrupu-y. ' -':,":.'.; 'T. -i Thank . . I anil 111 II II 1 1 V 1NI1 ID IUBLIII never was just sticu cac u uiu. -7-' , .... T. ... t !!:.." j .. .. ... lllat.ltor Flood snVS I. lhllll ever heard on more. u , , m ; - - - Kccnc, ever so rich as I was, worm .1 one , . - time eight or ten miUions or mon- - - - ey, and then made to lose ever , ltftttaT.ni(JDoiut8 dollar of it in so short a time. M irTnnd : but don't had been wonderfully blcsseci bfl money making; got to oc a :Xfl,,llinirnMs system somo time il,-,t.uifA afnWi 1 KIIOWOU ll uhuhth uviipiiv ... i .1 Uint 1 inn 77 . l .l.. Innlrr I t ltttC- "' I WVI B1WOJ. lr, .d JldD't ltl 1 ia - h tht tr - "tr ne 0U2V.ca of a eentlcman In Tole--f ' C.3. It Ii a digest of the lawi Jf - - - ?i in 15-7. It C.::'-i, Mi j: ?c:ths ;;.ooouth HOUSE. The public are reepectfuliy ln formed that I am now prepared to entertain all who may favor mo with their patronage, 111 a manner not surpassed by auy house In the Statu. My house has been put in complete order i tne oea-roonis nr larce biiu wcii yitiii-ii.wv, table will be supplied with the best IDB umi KCI van miuirii. . m tvmf a iTrifTrri Greenville, Aug! l. wiLGZinssra co Dry Coetz ASO . m-a "W! Cir it tu V JUl -At, X AJJ Aa) t00T3 and EHOES, nrAiij' ;, vvi. ' and D Ic J rl t 4 1