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t Greenville Times. B A.TTJKDAT, CCT. 31, 1876. Sew 5U1I Arrangements. . .; "'?vii '" ' Tlio inail Hue lias established llic oilo'v lag days on widen to deliver he mails at Greenville: f rp: Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays" '. rows : . Jionday, Wednesday, Saturday The t'ttton Sc f 4 Erigaie. For soino time past the pilcof Wton seed on tho river bank have flercd rest and repose to number- ess loafers, white and black ; but sst night tho police mudo a raid n tho seed pile ami scooped in bout a 'dozen of these homeless brplmus, and this morning they Were intorvieyeu by J uujjo kelson. ForvBest Hat3, , o to NELSON & FINLAY'S. f Tho Circuit Court has been oc cupied this week with the criminal ilookct. Williams and Casy, thi two white roenarrestcd for the jnrglary of Worthlugtou's store, kt Lcota, were convicted. The Irial of Sam Fowlo (white), Pete Wall and John Harden (colored), bf tho Greonvillo band of burglars Wirdcrcre and house burners, for arson, is now progressing, and the Case will perhaps go to tho jury lms oucrnoon or uigu'. j For El:gar.t lists, to to NELSON & F1NLAY 'S, .... . . Tho following is a copy of ouo jut a bundlo of similar ballads, Welted up In our streets. They are Ito doubt circulating amongst the colored people : A CHARGE TO KEEP." I AS BVNO BY TUB DBVOC"AT8, Compliments cf W. Hum Yoetiotipnadh- I- date for the Lesulstnrc. A chargb td keep I have, A negro to maintain, . A never-dying thirsl ior power, To bind him with a chain. To servo the present ajre,: ' Our pocket wo must fill; We'll make Ihein work fur wngai now, - I And never pay the bill. Ann mo with Jealous caro ; - ' I To make him know his place, And oli,thy8orvint,Lord,i.reparc I To rule tho negro rocc. - Help us to rob and cheat Tho ulggor'on the sly, Assured if ho don't vote for as, li shaft forever dio. .... JwbCmicU Procttdlis. - At a taeclliiu' or the TownCojtrj-' eil bf Greenville, bVld at the Levee Board office, fc'ful! couaelljVere passed the following ordinances. In tlie matter of cooking Catfish and ether food in tents on the street ot the towu: '- . Be it ordained by the Town Council. That the cooking fit Cat Fijh and other food in tents loca ted bu the streets of the town, bo and the same is hereby declared a nuisance, auil the town marshal is instructed to abate the same. And be it further ordained, Kfat any person violating this ordinance be fined fire dollars for earh and every violation thereof. . In the matter of levying a privi ; lege license on Trading Boats : Be it ordained. That there be and is hereby levied on all Trading Boats moored at or in Cront of the Town, dealing by the wholesale In produce or provisions, a privilege tax of tweuty dollars, and upon all such Trading Boats detding by the retail in provisions or produce, privilege tax of thirty dollars ; and npon all such boa's dealing in dry goods or other merchandise, privilege tax of fifty dollars, and the clerk is instructed to certify this ordinance to the collector, to tako effect from its passage. A true copy from t .o minutes. L. D. McMbkkix, Clerk pro tern. Call cn 11 MA Y03 for the finest Ladies EATS, Pfomsv Fe&tbcrs and Flowers. V Have -your photographs takon V; li.liEI.Ii. Kant's Extra Flcar at 59 per barrel, cash,' at C. G. Biitii, photographer, tent next to Postutflco building. t . .,, , -- ... -. laid oiid Eaclno'OU at , ' FINLAY'S DKUQ STORE. Plant's Eztra Flour at $3 per imiTei, can, bi , Oe7 - NEtSOM & FlKLAY'8, I Want Your. Patronage. ureas se . . I Went YouKr'cnsy, Aad V C't kM It ALT., W aaaaa Goal jam- XXTST mwm. aSU f wmat iajji the Ttest 7u u witn ICwkw . yo syoasT It- My new FALL aud TVTKTER stock is just tip top, and I solicit your examination and inspection. know the qusKC of goods aud the low prices will suit yon. My system of uniform low prices ou everything and no " baits," gives patrons of my store a eoundcuce that I am proud of, and I don't propose to abuso it by any nudcr hand tricks for the sake of busi- te. I bay my goods low enough to sell at prices that others cannot possibly cndkrskli. unless they lose nior-ey, which they will not do unless there is something else that they cau make it up on. 8o, all I ask you is to buy where you can depend upon getting every thing good, and at uniform low prices, and I will be satisfied with the result. lWpectfully, M. MAYOR. 1001 Washiugtouavouuo. October 7-lm I. M. NEWMAX'S Electoral Vote; 21 li . 6 Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Maa'chusots 13 Mlvhlzau, 11 Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, , N. Hainpsh Ohio, Penusylva It. Inland, 8. Carolina, Vermont, Wisconsin, 10 Virginia, li Alabama, 10 Ai'kausils, 6 Call tor uia, 6 Connecticut, 6 Delaware, S Florida, 4 . Georgia, 11 ivcntucKy, is Louisiana, . 8 Maryland, , o Mississippi, 8 Missouri, . ' 15 NewJerscr. Now York, 85 N. Carolina, 10 Oregon,:. "3 Teuuosseo, 12 Texas, ; West - Virginia, 0 Tola . Necessary to a choice, 1S5 Totha 'Lidics of Crooarillo ,aad . cialtr Aro toudorcd tho services or I2rs. IX. J-IIerridi. FlttST CLASS DRESS M AKING TaoKow Method of Catttacand Fitting a SrooUUjTt 'l'nrfecllon." Plaitill2. Stamtv nig- and everything appertaining to tho business in fuieeossl'ul opera tion at her work looms on Central near Poplar Street. Oct. 'xw Indiana, , 15 S2T' Ticturcs of nil styles taken at reduced prices, bv C G. BEtt, Tent ucxt door to post office. - r - 1 ' Lard and Snelaa Oil at FtN'LAY'3 VRVO STOItE Plant's. Eztra Floor at S3' per barrel, cush, at oc7 - Nklson & Fin lay's. SL-J! -'JL-'g - . Jas. Howard the builder of the R. E. Leo and other iamous boats, was recently 1 drowned -from the Louisvillo Ferryboat. , , Tlio Atielior Lino has placed an other boat in its lino. It is to be honed mails will now bo dclivorcd nioro punctually. LI I l-LL.'j J.J ; Tho official yotoof Indlanaglves Williams, Democratic" candidate for Governor, 6491 majority. The Republicans carried Ohio by about 6,000 majority. , The Canvass lit Bolivar Cejnty' Colonol Green Clay has roturnod from. tJiVbluo grass pastures of Kentucky, and Is ciuteavoiing to infuse Something of his own spirit and zeal for the great .cause of re form Into tho people of his county Colouol Clay and Geo. JL Clark with Mr. A. W. Shadd of this county-, bavo put out a list of ap pointmcnta for Bolivar county and will canvass It from " eond to ootid," and shed light into tho dark places.1 . . , ' ' - : The Howe Sewing Machine TRIUMPHANT ! Tho Howe Sewing Machine Ueeelved tke hlHhcut Award a Tk Ccnlenntnl Kxhlbluon. ' 1 " For salo" at L. CAFF ALL'S Boot t and Blioe store. ; Wm, Ehleks. Aseiit. Greenville, October 21-lm Livery Stable, BELOW POSTOFFICE, Mulberry street, - Greenville I return my sincere thanks to my old customers tog their generous patronage, aud trust they will not forget to call oy me At my new lo cation. 1 will give three square meals of the best provender for One Dollar. First clasa colored gentlcnion always in attendance to see stock elegantly cutcrtatneu. OctoueaJl. m Dealer In ' DRY GOODS, LADIES' DRECJ GOODS, Gentlemeus' Clothing, c:ots a::d :::zs,etc. Plantation Supplies and Uroeoiiae. i... Ou Washington av. Gsrman &r.d Enjlish Sshssl CHARUC3 ttA1rrZBtt Principal Germs. lvuriliinl. lbs. A. is. VtNSV Print Ipll Enlih D- iwrtiiwul. Wilt comnicttco ou the 1st Mou- day in October. Tuition, three, uve ana six aonars per monin, ac cording to grade. Application for adintssion ot pu oils must be mado to Mw nvfit in. i uiil., Sale and Teed Stable O. , KK5TT b CO. Ilavo leased and fitted up a Sale aud Feed Stable on Malborry St., opposito McLean's gin. InaM IbrolldlMuMi. alwavs on haud at uvwu r A Kill IKK u iiOOK oiore. Promising close attention to my bunnies, 1 will be thankful to tho public lor patroimgo. oc2t Veterinary Burgcoli C25 1!3X7ard. Straved or stolen from Plum llidso plantation, ono t LIGHT BUOWNMARE MULE, branded L on left shouldor aud on left Jaw. ; ' . ' ' OCl . 1'KRCV C6 f Hiuueun. Livery &Sa!e: Stable) P AL L lie j-e.-t JuVy i:i!'i.: ir tin-. puNir that hu ii:3 taken iloLeiit's s.luUt , on V.isk.iiai4;n uveuu, fcud , jil ke t- a l':r-t-class , LIVERY i SALE STABLE lie w:U give LiJ crioril atten tion to thavaret'ul kevpiug of stuck place.1 i:i bii charjfe. i lire-'nvuie. epl. -j WINTER GOODS, a VZTSSTASY m&VSB. AND rrv.r.iUu id Hruurxt Jione ilcJ jut ' GrooETlllo, - - - BTiGB. -" ' " i, - Leave orders fir. the mudieiuo, or for my service? at Arcl.er's Book Store. Se't. 16.1S73. ' REFUGi SALCQH. H1VINO Kow fitted up ana tars Ished say Saloon, lathe . Large Two Story Building, on MULBERRY STREKT, UMDIB TBI ... Reto Club Rccr.3. . I NOW SOLICIT the PUBLIC PATROSAIi MoLEAK FRDf3 Respectfully oiler tlie -erviccs to the public in tho above branches. They will do UlucknirriUiliu, Wag on work, Cnrriuxo and lUiy'iaa kiti;r," Ucpniriug, Puiutiun , and Trimming in the host itniuner ttud on rvaHonablo terms. ,gei9 NONB OT TBI BEST FRESH X'Boor - ALWAYS on LiqVOKSl J KEPT. A HAND. dcc23 . . 1. ISXNBERG. AdnLlrator'i Sale of Uni ' 020 EeT7ardo Straved or stolen from Espcranza plantation in ino couuiy i (picnn, on or about the 27th July, A LIG1U HAY UOKIS, about 4 vcars ohU has a black mnna nnd tail, wh to lilCO anil Very heavy fetlocks, and is about 16 hauds high. , ' ' -. 1 ; Tho above; menitonoa, rewnru will bo paid to any person who shall give such information as will lend to tho reoovery of said horse. AD AM PULLY. Esperauxn plantation, near Skip, with Landing, Miss. octSl Ten Dollars Reward. Strayed or stolon from my place near Egg's Point, on the 11th of October, 1S76, .-. ' A Tl j Y MARE, about fiftveu and a half hauils high, roan shouldcrou, witn oiaze I will pay the above reward tor tho animal, or for information thut Will lend to her recovery E. T. WOUTHINGTON j Egg's Point, Oct. 21, 1876 St. By virtue and In pursuance of an order ninth) oy ino iionoraoic Chancery Court of Pontotoc coun tv, Slate of Mississippi on the 6th dav of Noa-omber 1874. The un dersigned Administratis of the Kstate or William r. uivnan into of aald county doceascd, will on tho 2:AfcyofC8tofcerl878. at the door of tho Court Ilousoln the County of Bolivar, State of Mississippi, offer for sale at public auction lo the highest bidder for Cash. The ioiiowing auseriuou lands to-wit : all the parcel of land In the west half of section (34) twenty four, and west of Uogue Phalla, and all west of Boguo Plialia In the cast half and tho east half of tho North west quarter sec tion twenty three- (23) township twoutv lour f241 rauife savcu IT) west, coutuinlug four huudred acres mora, or Iosj. And tho cast half ot the North cost quarter and tho South west Quarter of tho North oast quartor section ton, (10) township tweuty-four (24), raugo soven (7) west contalnlntr one hun dred and twenty acres more of loss, all lying and being m the county of Bolivar, Statu of Missis sippi, audi will only convoy sucn tille as is iu mo vested by tho pro cwdlngsinsaid Chaneory Court. , M. B. GIVIIAN, . Adm'x. &c, Sept 80-9 . JUUI 41-4UI d '"' - DISS In Grocnvillo, October 20. 1876, Ibapoke, infaut sou of L. and JL SoUesinger aged tweuty months. Tim Times, with an audacity seldom encountered even in parfi san journalism, defonds the ras cally appointment of Indinna and Ohio for Congrossioual purposes In making np-distrlcts the Kcpuli- licaii Legislatures in those States were carcfttl to plaut Democratic counties' In such a way as to be neutralized by Republican eotn mnnilics. W hero several Demo eratlc - counties w.&ro contigtrous they were thrown together, so that they might not interfere with Re publican counties In this State tho Fifth District elects a Demo cratic Congressman by 8,000 ma jority. ! Tho Twelfth is another of tho same style, as Is tho'Fourtconth. In Indiana the Democrats elect a Governor by ovef 6,000, aud can't elect but four out of thirteen Con gressmen. , That tells the story Tho Times knows full well that the Ohio Distr'ts were made for parti ' san purpoBcs.-'Cln..Eniuircr. A correspondent suggest that many gentlemen who wero elected to office last year are not display- ln? that activity in the present canvass that should eutitle them to bo iciuoiulo ud when nomina tions are usam-ii" order next fall. Weffitfothe suaaestlou 'for what it may bo worth-Jacksoii Clarion. Wo havo "soBlcthiug too much of that" In this city and county Last year we elected qnito a uum- linK of Dcmocrallo gentlemen to various nositlons of honor and trust, and in this supremo hour of ugony they are all so mucn occu pied with their private a&airs uai they are "not taking any interest in politics 1" All right. jNeyar the neoDld wul not Do louna "lan- lug auy "iuterest" ia uieir scmsn aspirailoB3.-yicksburg xnoune. WearoghvJ to soy tnai no sucn spirit exists fn Washington comity. Uere every shoulder" Is to the whool, and tho wagon moving for ward." V , PALACE SALG0N. .- A. SEXTON. Pron'r. . Mulhcrr street. . Greenville Having just opened tho above Rnlnon. i reBuectfullv invito my friends end the public to give It a trial. Tho bar is suppnoa wiiu uie Ezst U;::rs; Maes, Boer AND CIGARS. A FINE TEN PIN ALLEY has been fitted up for those who aro fond of tbis healthy sport. : October 21, 1876. Plant's Extra Flour, Eallvar County Land for Salo. F. 33MMETfC C W. f MIS 1& - E jL.A4DlvSMITII Vaon Shop. IIEADQU AUTER3 tfOIi TIES Aim.TWIME; We aru agents for tho now Champion Cotton Tic, which wo will soli in lota to mer chants and planters at Ihnircs that will induce thorn to buy hero from us. 4 . Call and examine our woods aud i . . .. i t rpriecs ooioro parcuaaincisewnere. CO. 25 Wo respectfully infom our custoincr3 that we aro ja receipt of a new,. lar, and complete stock of roll and Winter ZTabrico & Faobioac, v. . consisting of latest stylos of Dress Goods, Embroideries, Laces, . Hosiery, Boots, Shoes, Ladies' and Gentleinens' Furnishing Goods Gent? $ and v . ' 'v Beys' Clothing. - v , , With tbis lamest aiid most fashionable ' stock ever , brought to this market, we have ajinostock'bf . . : ' . 5 STAPLE :AND FANCY GROCERIES, H. fresh and carefully selected. . Desiring to do business on a strict oasis, we arc oucring our enure atocK at priees. that will give satisfaction. Highest Cash Price Paid for Cotton. CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK. , . . - . . scpSO " ' , ' 7 No trouble to show goods. MEAT SHOP l WILL open a MEAT SHOP for the shIo of 15Kiil POH1C and MUTTON, on or alwut tho 1st day of Octobr r i u tho Ne w D rick C uild- tiilf on Washington Avenue, nost door to C. Moyeso, whoro I will be happy to soe my formor patrotas as wen as any new ones wno may favor nio with their patronage. To those who owe mo accounts from lust season, I would say, dont stay away for that rcasoubut give me your CA13U patrouiifro, and settle old eooros when you aro ablo. 'f j- A. P. KEESPCKER, 8.ipl.lS, 1-m. Ranger's STotioo. Stato of Mliislssippl, ,' Vaahington County. J ' Taken up by Jas. A Brvantpn or hoar tho promises of W VTBlau ton. on tho 21st day of auettst, '70 A DftlK COLORED MARE MULE. Said e'tray is duscribed as follows dui k l.-vo'.vn eolorod maro mule li liiiydihish, seven ycurs old, and white pno Ucd.' J. ho owner, is ijorcny noiuin v eunui I'orwoi'd. irovo ril'Orwrly am my charges, or sirtd estr ly Will he calt wltli as tlio uv provitios. i " JAME3 A. 110GKRS, sept 9,'7i5-iif. Itanjr'ir ,Wi the undorsiiciied executors of tho last will aud tostament of Geo. A. gykes deceased, by virtue of tho authority vcsiou in us oy said will, will proceed to sell at Floroyvillo In Uolivar county Mississippi, on Soctlou thirty-one in townsmp twonty-throe. in range six. 3 niiia inn Tronu nn niiiB Phalla. a small portion ia in culti vation, and the most of it has boon thoroughly deadened for years. 1. I- k..i 1.f 'i-Vn til a nil Title perfect will be sold in quar ter aoctions. ' . . Tbrms or Salb. Ouo half cash on day of sale and tho purchasers note for balauce nnval.le in twolve months there after with eight per cent iuterest from date secur ny i rust ueea on the land. 1 ; p 1 T-. J." BilvEiS, " . ft. 1'. SAL.12, Th8 VYellu Tea Company, Imporoe of . Purs China and Japan Teas ! 201 Fultou street, . r O Box KM. . KBW YOUK. The Walls Tea Company Rnnnlv Tern to itorckeeucr. In orislnal liiu'Li.KuH, at lowc-Ht imKrt prices, u i-r namjilu MH un npiiliciuioil. Tka Walls Tea Cosayany Supply Tcm to l)rnKiti Kni-ral ileulcm mini nlliani. imokoil In li:ioilom Wiilcl Diirk- un of on pound mth. In CMtilstom of the wins OttiKH-ity, mill in 6 lb ,10 lb. ana SO lb boxes, run mrucuiursoupiiinauun, Tka Walla Tarn Coasnaay Snnnlv Tuna li Heitillervi In half notiml ami ono Don nil buin, uUin or prinKil, at anion uucrui uiHonni umii m givvn viuvwuviv. Tka Wclli Tea Coawaa? Hunulv Tom for Club order, ami allow tf ctMia iruaraniee tu iiutuy i ui aww. VnriiM mint when reuuirul. buiiiI lnr cinmmr mm pieatw my unucr whlvd of Uieiureifoliig bwili yon dw.ire tr- timilurH, bo tnai w limy M-nu you an inn id tomutiim necedwry witbout further trtUb. ' Tka Willi Taa Cosavan ! nni- of the lum tt anil nuMl rvlmlilv hous Ma In thn tl-iilll. t nil luftrtlttj. rmulrillir l'lkl in (iiiuntlliiu will iIj well to um tlieir onU-n iliwet. , To ill Whom It Shy Concern. From this day forward, any CONVICT found in tho town of 'Greenville without a proper guard ...ill l ...I T will 00 anubiuu, uuu uuiut- mui it it RADILY qKOCERIEO.: " a. M aw a a ' ' ' 1 ' TLc following: is portiori of tho atock of FaiuiW . ... OroccricB focOiveil by U. GOWZtiUl'SSl, wJiicii . will be bo sold at ASTONisuraoLY low rmcrat to wit : New Cranberries and Apple Butter New Potomao Herring and Mackerel Mew, Boneless Codfisi ;' ffbw Pork and Beef Sausage V .- x ' New Gritsandlfominy , -; New' Navy. Beans . t J i4 .'( Young America Cheese- . Pineapple Cheese- c v ,1 Pure WhUe Tiim and Cider Tin: "r ; , ' , New Gerkinsj Pickles in'barrels C . ' New Fait liokles in barrels , . , . Fresh Lard, in palls, hegsund tierces r Frosh Droakiost Caoon and Cogar-Curod Xlnm Bacon Shoulders and Sides : . CiioiCE. FAMII-ir FliOkJIl, ;' ' In barrels and halT barrels , , Fresh Corn Meal and Cream Meal , ' ' Choice Molasses and Sirups Fresh Oatmeal and Cracked Wheat thoica Rio and Java Coflbo Vi Choice 1 ii uliiwl. and Gr umilutcfl. , upar Daniel Pratt's Improved "REVOLVING HEAD " COTTON CilN. J'ATESTEn 'JULY 15, 173. rnicE ueduced to '. vr" w tfi --..i mm f-li Choice Dried Armies and Peaches , v SodaK Creant and Victoria Soda Crackers A lull stBsortmcut of Frcuch CnudieM Maiiimoth stock of Canned . Fruits-and Vogctables "Shaker Preserves ; "', ; ,' French Pear and . Brandy Fruit APPLES, POTATOES, ONIONS ;lakqe lot. of poultry ; Always on hand .' t rs?" I will deliver L'ooiU to auy portion 'Of tho city Iroo ol charge, and will be much pleased to sec my old customers to.oxumino my ncv viiwe theiflBelVes of the HAUL) TUUlib prices. stock, midconvi Grvuiiviilo, Septemoer 2:1, !S7tJ ti. IsCMiCriOTTII. according to law L.VILCZINSKI, Mayof.' September 30, 1874. Oct. 21-13 Executors. LUV2 70U CZ3 rr at ia JSommsr tad intsr. V-kn'lothe rfin,iwwit and vnywtaltt Wl'iiioui nuiLLHu or ovuiAu. Gnwurtmd under penalty not to Inlnra elo--u4, and Hupttlor for Tollrt and aha"1 . .i .i u...J hmllv ii.irkmre will In amt.exorew cliariftl prcuaid, .'Tf,r,lrtof nu..i.u.r .nt ftftv iwnbi One rWlable ol- r waaled atirenr promlmtit point a efent , wl wbom a llaeral arraugeaieiit wUk b mmi. AilUrmi, . , ' . " f f. h. c::all, . ', 108ltsrkH8t..Pbila. spt. ,w, i7ii . ,r '. . rpillS US linn Ua in rate for ths p.ut Hum hnn luwa ail-ttil It obvfcw frtntion at (...ik .f Ihf. l-.tltilll htl.t I lll'l'.'-'tlU' l.t'l! r- nf 1.1 Tit. frni tin' xnirio uinontit of Tno lUvolvi-w llinil llliVns tlic-iimft n. .uviaa t),-Urn ic nuj iarr wnn m- ui :v:i-k powi-r, thnart.imn a (tr 'u tu'-li i blll.t l IIHI .lillfll ill". , -i.. -r--r...... n .1....... .1. nitimit ti:.All-.' h:l ItlVlttUCr 1.H1 of tl'o Kdniw b iril'J'))iiK twm nit ii. a A.T.-..UH1, ti !'rft:vr nnrLt-i. vni Thi illllil i.vi-l vnlllftffiwn liy ill 9li:n!e .ih pvtra itwi'i'.r..n in unr. ni"i w Hiivcr.! UM! COil HI "I blU in "very w twir. 1 1-; in-." 'i l'i "' JOS B WOLFED CO (IJEXETIAI. AOKMT3. KO : Ciirondulet H(nt ,8 ?lt;- VUIh.C.V0. SHEARER COTTON PRESS. a OllTOA, Lunlniuna, Oi-.t 16, 1H75. C A. Mjim.-AK, Ainiit, Vli-KDlmrf Mini. ...n k.nA" llllll'.fY-tl. ai.u ri uir.ir win nri iinddranon-ino. i. aouio. " ii -w for the pnymitit , ,. , I tiaVtl HTfcll in? H'.'MIU ll'ir.i:il ., I--. ..,,,, ind will Mj-UiSt 1 am i-liliit wllli inn out fit Id's mi 111 it m-t.'i wil, "n'i coaiatiiiwitlv makca u kouJ n,t ,,f ir.-iihv nil kiiiK. Tbg UevulvInK 1,k ia iimplv aiicwl of anylliiuK in the wY of lniiir'ive'i!K;'nt in !n atainln I nver saw. -1 Ik1 In ntin fti M llw roll Ih.Ji J it aim- i.. ..ii i-i..fe imil tin- fi(ii..;nii of cirini1 ;.,ni..n mink duwu thnnich Ui roil lo re- tore it, ami thrreby ranir o t;rhM a e(-or of biw lirtb at -cartl oti" of tiicir pn i... ! ti-uii.k o-il. eutd'ily ili.nway. In - 'J .. L .. ....... ....!!. A ! linwis 1. w?h,.!o 7.mln fti. i.t I h- eoniplnii! workiiiinnliip, whifiti will b.talun Unwj i-vnn toiiSmp ftvemBa'aw-n'row' Ciiptiim titiimiiiiiwiiu yi w ujj m m-- j--"--.- y, -Aiti' Uu-Miliy a t'lin-'-ii u.,.i...,j KnllPil -111111 .UU liillloiu-l I to ir.nm ta. (iiiii.r.!ijiiil," tiiiiinwiimit'ii'i l'i ipiv X attoril'-ri't St-w "rli'.mi fnf tw.ipM lay that .3 .1 V. ( arvii 'J nuO-e, iM HiS'Wt ontcrmg twoUT llwt'ratt l-V'tv H.l-1-..ir yA n.-rf PHI." . I I IB". II V" 1- ' u Ki-wi 'illl .i,-L.u..i.!i'l n r.-.v f ,i',.KI(, Esest ml liia?c;4 in tec! 'a It ia! Simple, Easyto work and has plen ty of Power. ,i Two men can Bale twenty Bales a day, with hand power. . Cosiat FACTORY in Vicksburg, CI50 - without ropc3. Delivered at GREEHVILLE Rcpcs St!r;!i:J ;'.'':'; ;' ' . ' $175. MODEL TO BE SEEN: AT HOUSE OF AGEIITC, ;. IOELSOIT & FIULA1T. "Greenville, Hiss- Aic La4 aai Ltaa Oil at vtstAY's nnu axoitE, at sf;9 per barrel, cash, at ' ot.; "N;i.o&Fii'AY'ij. go to .NELSON Ik FINLAY'S .V .