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- S'4 nciRKK scut it tcru. vnox. Kim riTl'lllll llfca The Board or Registration in l.ouiiaiia, under I lie arrangement .elsewhere published, I now en gaged iu counting the vote of that State. First, the uncoutn.ted par- i i ... :it l. mva..1 Tlirri) iii (Klir w it iv - - , no doubt that the Board u ill eoimt in the Radical ticket, if South Carolina and Florida both ico that way. . "In South Carolina, the proceed ing of tbo pa.t week have been of iuobt Interest, and proceeded to culmination a follow: Substan tially the Supreme Court directed the board of canvassers to proceed simply and solely to count the vote according to count y returns dccidiiiK no disputes, and rejecting none. The information was also volunteered, that any departure from thU direction would be treat ed as a contempt. This was sup plemented by a peremptory mau iluinu from the Court to the mid canvassers, to issue ecrtitlcatcs to candidates according to the face of tho return. Notwithstanding all .11 .ft.- f It.... i.J l.i. t.l n secret scs&lou, and after throwing out tho toto of Lauren aud Kilgo- ' H'IU COlllllie, IBBUUU ITIIIlliaiwiu all tho Radical candidates on the Stuto ticket, including Klectors; and alo thus constituted a major ity in the Legislature. It then ad jouined iuo die. . . Iu Florida, where we stated in our last issue, trn hail the best j. ft il ... t I n....MJT. ........ 4.. i Wince lor-ioiiuig mm enormous oi'tiiin nf ilin lml'lv. M't afoot by'Prcsldeut Grunt and con Humiliated by the Republican shar pers bo scut down hereto "scoa " fui r count," thefollowlnr action him been bad: Being suspicious ol tho Returning Hoard- niece, lioV' ii-iioi- Stimrim n ii iki n iiimhI that it had no power to eiinvas thu vote for Eleelors r and that ho would discharge, that duty. An injunc tlon from tho Judge of the Circuit Court lias been obtained by Demo cratic counsel to thwart this do sign. ' Hut we suppose this remedy will bo cvnded, evou a it was In Hon th Carolina. We hnvo seen nothing to ciuihc un to clmngo our opinion of the result of tho act ion of those Kc' turning Boards, or our estimate ol it effect upon tho Jiorthcrn 0' pie. Tho Now York Herald and the Nation, the two nblcHt nnd most Independent Northern journal discuss tho question tiMy aud ju dlclotisly. Tho Herald suvs that it (Iocs not bellevo that the "Nation ul Urpublicnu party can afford to (lcchro that its candidate are elected through these- Returning Hoards. ' If it lender hopo for a poltlical futuro, they must prefer that Air. Tlkleii should bo return ed. It I almost impossible for their candidate to obtain a verdict without tho fatal taint of fraud." It conclude by tho statement that tho result must bo peacefully nc cepted bv tho Democrat, "lint the ltepublican leaders yvill in thin net dig deep their own graves.' Its rccoiiimcf datlon to tlte Demo rrats wo endorse. TlieDemoei at iu party i iu no position to dare tho perils of n revolution, even in vindication of tho constitut ion and laws, in protection of the people' threatened liberties. Tho Herald' inlerenccs of the probable result to tho Radical party, of the retri button in storo for it because ot this crime, is pleasant reading Mut it is at variance with our roe ollection of tho consequences ol' other shameless and flagrant vlo latloni of law nnd nioralliv. The people who condoned tho long cat aloguo of crimes that have flowu from our oflklnl service under Grant's rule, because tho perpetra tors wcro Republicans, tho dentin clulors Democrats, will at this emergency, for this great stuke, permit, ami ullimalcly excuse, this fresh nnd crowning iniquity.' We have no idea that tho placidity of Grant.- Chandler, Logan, Blaine, sc. win uo tttsturueu by the pre dictions of political ruin visited upon them. They know their con stltuetits, tho great body of the Northern public, will tolerate this. as thoy have other crimes, when the ndverso party is the hated South. Tho Now York Natiou, iu its leader upon tho complication, says : Gradually, tho errors and short comings of tho Republican parly lu tho treatment of the South are, iu one form or another, " throng ing to the bar, and crying, all guilty, guilty." Wo nra learning little by Htllo, that " troops " can not savo Us, nor frltupertnlion, nor the negro vote, uor tho "party record." There U to us, consid ering the history of tho Federal Adminiilrutiou lu Louisiana, with ils Tncknrds and Ctisevs nnd Du- lolls a ittl U'.WUr-n ., iMiiiic'.liliiv ali mhlt.'Iv sole in :i iQ the ri.'tn!."l!i'!l ! w IU- utuki-s it io..ib!j ft.r Unit ! wrefctot lMriruiu,' ,13 Mri-o lirulv i-onlcriiiicii I:it vcar lir its fraud by MVr. Whet h r, I'rye, and Hoar toth'ct Ilays.uu.l make Haves' best friend tremble t.t the thought ot entering the White ilotiH-j by such means." We doubt if Have' friends will tremble much. "The duty cf all good titizciis now, however, both North and South, is to give that highest proof of political capacity, which con sists In ability to bear patiently the error of administrator and the omissiou of legislators, aud to remember that the success of this Government and the happiness and prosperity of t'. c people do not depend on any one election or any one president. If the next i'resl deut doe not obtain his pl ico in a satisfactory and fair manner, do not let us get (u a passion over it. Such things will happen now an! again under all political sys em's, aud tho valuo of Ticiuent election lie iu the fact tint each snpplle) a remedy foi tho faultier misfor tune of the proceeding one. The worst that will happen, If I hero i any clicutiug now, aud the worst that ought to happen is that the party guilty of conniving at it or profiting by it will have disp pcarcd before ISdO Under a load of 'infamy, but it I tho biisluess ol tho voters to sec that the Govern ment suffer thurebv no Ions of credit or .repute, and the country no loss of coitlldcuco lu it) ability to meet all ctncigcucics whether of war or peace.-' liraiiliclRoTno)!. (Senator I'.ruce, of Mississippi, ha returned to Washington, coming direct from Louisiana. He reports Hint whiluon thoBtump iu Mihsislppl during tho lute cam paign he was not molested to any extent, lie say his friends there and hero wcro npprelu in,ivo he might have been subjected to per sonal violence, but that though he was a good mark ho did not have tiny fears. Ho had a long inter view with the Attorney-General to-day, the purport of which has not been imido public. It Is believed to have related to Mississ ippi and the conduct of elections there. It U charged that Shiiugh iicssy, republican, who run for Cbngross'ln tho Clinton district, has been couuted out, but that he will contest his seat at tho next session. Senator Uriico declares that tho manner In which ' the republican vote lu Mississippi was blotted out Mould bo laughable wcro it not so serious-n mutter and that tho wholo election was a farce. N. Y. Herald. Senator Bruce' comment upon tho reeont election, forcibly re minds us of tho reflections we were w out to bestow upon tho condition and eirciimstuncea of our local government a your or bo ago. For lustaucc, tho action of the Mississippi Legislature, when It elected Mr. llruco to the United Slates Senate, ' would have been laughable, hud it not been so seri ous a mutter." lis action in erect ing a monument to Stato Treas urer Lynch, a mulatto accident, was so highly laughable, that peo ple almost overlooked its serious ness. (Wo suggest, by tho way, that tlita monument be left stand ing. Fit murk of tho baso times.) Jjoai-J of Levte Commieaioner To 11. K. Ukuck, Dr. IV traveling expenses to Jackson and return, $ 16 00 Hotel bill nt Vlcksburg and Jackson, - 100 00 Incidental expenses, 631 CO 753 00 Received piiymoufc. (Sigued) R. K. Dbuor This transcript from the records of the Leveo Hoard, of which tho worshipful Senator was a member " would be laughuble," wore it not onu of a character of performances by this body, the total of .which constituted a most serious matter for our tax pavers. .,"T Tho Senator may prouounce the Into election in Misslssiind i farce:" Would he prefer Repub licanlsm, that term thut epitomizes tho past .elfchtdark year of oftr history, that synonym of the mis erable fate our couqucrors visited upon us,, to be "blotted out" through a tragedy? , The L'incinmitiEuqnircrrciiorU Chut -cxGovenior Xoyesifave tot Domocrnlie fileiul the', following succinct rensons lor believing ihut Hayes would bo clectcdi "Your damned niscnls ate out, and our ilnmned niscnli nrq In." This is neither complimentary to tiovcr- uoi's tlitimbcrluiu Kellouir nnd Siep.rns, nor to tho Uepublienn party, , ( .'(inductors on Iowa railroad! lire Instructed to warn Innocent minded' girls about flirting with commercial travelers. Tfiey know the propensity of d.'umincrs for Icmiii;:. 1 Jos a Shall AND PLAITTATION SUPPLIES, Ml'LHEKUY STREET, Greenville, - Hfghast CASH.Prico Paid For COTTON. Wc votiM respectfully call tlte attention of the people cf (irccnvillo and the Eurroundang countrj to our en tirely KEW, LA11GK, and extremely well-bought stock of . ' FANCY 111 Jjlffli.il! AND r is Wo keep a most coinpleto stock of everything in tho Fancy GrocoryLinp, ' AT RETAIL ' ' A well as the staple nnd lending articles of Groceries, nnd make a specially of 7 ' SX7CAH, aiolaseoa, FLOtm & MEAT, AT WHOLESALE.. "We claim that wo can defy competition in selling goods In our line AT WHOLESALE in this market, us wo liavo unoquulod advantages in tho purchase of our goods. , llnying entirely for cash, and having in addition tho very great ad vantage of a splendid BUYER, who Is ulwavsiii the ml.lstot the leading markets. . iiovli ZQ'Z. A. SHALL & CO. . Coal delivered in any part of the city at 75 cent3 per box, when bought in quantities of 5 boxes or. over. 'Persons ordering coal must send cash or pay on delivery. . WM. MARSHALL. Grcctivillo, November 18 AT GREENVILLE BAKERY. CONFECTIONER and BAKER. Pin CM; H - , Antl all other .Varieties? of all ( Also a large stock of. RAISINS, "FIGS ALMONDS, BRAZIL NUTS APPLES, bhANGES, CO COAX UTS, MlXCE PIES, CAKES, Mississippi THE . ms. MM TOYS mm 9 ions. NELSON A-FIJLAY Are receiving daily large additions to our stock of BOOTS, SHOES, -HATS, CAPS,' STAPLU ami FANCY" R0C!IUES, -ALSO- PLAryTATIOR! SUPPLIES, OF JILL which, being bought at bottom prices, we are offering at GREATLY REDUCED RATES. FRESH GROCERIES. f all and sec oar Stock. Bring Your Cotton OUR STAPLE AND CANNOT BE Oi'c'cnville, October 7. - Tho Wells Tea gompany, Pure China and Japan Teas 201 Fulton street,' " : P. O. Box 4.m NKW YOHK. The Wells Tea Company Pntmly Tem to vtorrkt epcin, In urlirlnnl packuKWi nt tnwwt Jinjiorl I'llcoj, u ki Dainjile teat on Hlicutiiio. 1h Wells Tea Company Pimply Tma Id Uniirul"!'. Kdu iiil ilcnteM and u'hvfH, ptuiketl in liiinUiumcM'HiMl ii'ick aiiVH i)t' onu i)Oiuit FU'h. in cimitjti'nt ul' Hie KtiniK impurity, unci -In 6 U. , 10 11). mid 11). L'O.M'j t un iriii-uittrs on upiiiu'tuion, The Wells Tea Company Stiimlr IViik l IVIillent In hull' iimuiil nnd one puiiiid I).i)tk, pl.iln m pvliiHit, el a more libk.-r.tl ilincount limn i given eleewniM'e. The Wells Tea Company Rmmlv 'lens lor Club ortlern. mid ullnw :cvt i''.rami5j,uu tlt-tn MMi, and tit nil c ittti Mm:iiititt. ilii iMiiilliv !' mir itim-iiIm Fiomi sent wlivn rwiuinm. penn lor I'tn-u m- ami pienLe my nnilcr whlfd of the Hiretolnx linnli you dc-hc ir ticuluio, no tli.it e nmy iipnd you nil the In. fuimitioii mictminy without furllier troublo. The Wolls Tea Company In one of the large! and most reliable hnnv i in 111 (rule 1 nil iiartleii raiulrhiir In In uantllit williiij well totenil tlieir orders irect. L. WILCZINSKI & CO DEALKR8 IN . Dry Goods AND GM1 O C j jfc S; BOOTS nnd SHOES, IXAHS AXIh CAPS, AND Plniitntion Supplies. corner " iwmnntnn uvenne and Mulberry at, sept. 6,1874 STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, ) Issaquena Cockty. j Circuit Court fo November term, 18T8. Moses Greenwood and) Moses M. Greenwood I vs. f J. W. BIsscll. J Attachment, and Gnrnjshmonts for $10,507:18 TTPON opening nnd lllinp; tlio pa- pers in said cause, and It np- imnvmg oy mo ntlUinvit of T. M Miller, ono of pluluiillV attorneys, therein, that tho said defendant Is liot within theSlate of Mississippi, that no is a non-resident thereof: and that Lis present jiostolHce where ho receives his letters, nn.l ill ph.ee of rcsidemis Cincinnati, iutlie Slate of Ohio; It is tW tore ordered that he, the said de fendant, do enter hi ""I'.! cniisoat the next term of , "V"' court., io bu ho d at 2 th day of ovclnberf 1878, and L j . ",0 l"lmo i' Jndtfiiient W defau , will he rendered njahis in, and the proi.crty levied on cd alld pukshed iusakl con v of Issaquena, it is ordered that a copy of the lonsjtol,,, order he pub .shed once a wciTk to, ton wcclss consecutively in tho Green I V. I1"168 a ln,blic "ewspaper iri ! il 4the a,VoininSr county of W Mhlnrion, and that a copy there of be also mailed by the clerk of hisronntosidddelindftiUnthU Cd ttf0,CSal(1' Po Pre- I'one and ordered in vacation Sc?isr.'"",",",h" A.t..1!;:nffi:'''k Y' "V J OHDS, Ulerk. October U, 1676.ll 'V,UK' Lard onrt fagla. Otl at mi.Ar Ditro stork. 7lf I a GOODS, v KIXDS; and Get Greenbacks. FANCY GROCERIES SURPASSED. v ' , MACHINERY. aiACIIINEIlY. B. J. BICKNE1L, MKMl'1118, , i TKNNKHSEE, M ASTP ACTl'KEItS' AtiKXT i'or the follow iug niueliiueiy : Khapley, Trade, opr and I'tlea sicnni EiiKlne n,e Simmon Cotton Press. Frtilt (.ins, The t oniilete lottou ( leaner C otton Med Hit let, lultjuan's i;rii i iu' N.W MIII., uF,r liU, MHVmW.MHo, root-noworscioll Suw, PhmliurMiiiH i .,., Shingle Mill; ;,.). n drk I g ilZ , .to. nil kinds. In tiei. nil yaohinery mi Agricultural Implssunt wmpiei to (lie South. Time Is money y hy , along In (lie old fogy way and slow ),roces of gihuliw wl h li.m. power when efefto will bny anl.S all eomplele, including chl.niievfte , Tl it-ei-e tat your I dling and wt in good n J. nliift oirttr, gu,iriih. to run .tSiWV or wm t,eh gmt mill, , loo "fo r.Tt S.i"-ij- fur" W" "'" wl" wi,h I" To those wanting stctim power, t orernosl. In Ameiici, anil am rqiiieil to veiilV all 1 lironil-e, and defy ciin ,e,i,lon I, llrsl-cluss m,.hlne,y. .All Kugii.es del vereS "".l'1' I", "inning oiiler when deiiml t t. owning is me radory prke list of the Shaplcy 6-liorso power. " 8 : 650 760 12 15 4 6 8 10 1100 Trado 1250 426 626 760 860 Otner Englum at West prices. pwiswetion gunranlwd. bmil for rlreutar, .Sept. l-5m u. . nil KNhl.l., Memphis, '1 eon. Greenville, Miss. Sash, Doors. Blinds, Limo AUD Comsat Buildings liaised, Removed AND LevtlecL CEMISST, I'LASTKtt, LATI18, knd UAIB v-jMulberry Street. Weiss & Goldstein, HAVE RECEIVED Largest, Best and Cheapest Stock ever brought to GREENVILL12. celptofour now In re Fall aud Winter O O O I) EMBBACtRO H mest Prints Silks, Domestics, Merinos, Alpa;as, And complete llo f dBK8SGooU8 sST.terrnt?f,LA,)iKs' A. I'.HXfXK, I W..P. KKCTMBHAa, -l't. Aw't Quhwr. Bank of Greenville. Trnnsaet a ueneral Saaklns Business, - 20NTS AND Bought and Sold. SiHM-fal attciitioM to the naviuk.t of taxes iu Ibis district. u22.'7l KENNEDY & HANWAY. Befltol WINES $ LIQUORS, Pure Havana Cigar. Call .or n its Wines, ' Ijiger Beer, Etc. Corner MulUiTj autl Waahtaitoa Ant a. O. P. BJDIIIETT VETESINAB7 . . i .-, Proprietor of KnunetU none MedfcuK Greenville, Hits. Leavo orders for tlio medicine. or for my services at Archer's Uook Store. Sept. 16, 1876. PALACE SALOON. . . A. SEXTON, I'ronV. Mulberry street, (jrccnvillt lliivhiji jtinl opened the abova Saloon, 1 respectfully Invito my friends and the public to give It a I rial. Thu bar is supplied with tin) Best Liquors, Wines, ttir AND CIG AKS. A FIN TEN PIN ALLEY : hns been A I ted up for those wW nro fond of this lieulthv sport. October 21, 1876. To the Ladiet cf OreeuTdi id Vicinity Are tendered the services of Mn.II. J-IIerrlck. Pms t CLASS DRESS MAKDJ."?. The New Hth4 ef Ctlslw4 rutins reelalty. f " Paf fectioa " Halting, Stoping. nnd even thlnsr npprrtnlnlujr to the bliAines in sueresfulnperati'm at lur work room or Central avenue, near Poplur Street AOKXT FOB MME, DEMORREST'3 PATTER Ng. Oet. 21. Livery & Sale Stable E. F. EUBANK Respectfully informs the publler that he has tuken McLean's stable on Wahlu(rton avenue, and wilt keep a first-class LIVERY a SALE STACLE, Ho will give his pcnonal atten tion tothecarelul kecpiugof sti ck placed lu his charge. Greenville, Sept. 23 Ten Dollars Reward. Strayed or stolon from mv placo near Egg's Point, on the illh of Ottober, 1876. A. HAY MARE, about fifioen nnd a half hands high, roan shouldered, with blazo' face. I will pay the abovo reward for the animal, or for hifovmnHmv rhnt will lead to her recoverv. E. T. WORTIHNOTON. Egg's Point, Oct. 21, 1876 8t. The Howe Sewing Machine TRIUMPHANT I TJie Howe Sewing t?schJn0 Heeelve4 the hlgknt Award nS The CentenulHl Exhlbttla. For sale nt L. CAPFALL'S Boo and Shoe store. Wm. Ewr.ERB, Agent. Groonville, October 81-1 m LTJI'B BALOON AHD IIEOTATOA1TT, O The saloon fa fnrnl.liml til, llnV choicest LIQUORS, WINES i.n.l CIGARS, and tho best LAliER made in the United States. "Is under chariro of Jra-k II a t TtBTE Sauhcoukt, an exppiiiiiicil, Brench nook, and will at all iln"' be supplied with the rartM di'H encics of the season and market. r. nmx, , tAKK. r. mt periiy it enrni, CARPENTE III OItEEXVILLKr MIHlt. Ofliirthnlr services So !iS-inl'l' for nnv u'oi.L. i.. i ... ..i.,.'uni. . .' "vi ix IIIITII miili i'"" ' w SALOOr4!" I'MHf nan Kiinrnnteo antUnict -' 111. i t 1 1 ii iiy4 oiini)ic prices f.