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F0URT3 DI3TEICT ii-.i.. ,.,.in,tv2l Moil !i' of t'...,.iMiifi anil March to ilnuc U.,livir'i'.i:intV 4tli Moi ny of Si'Dtenibcr ttiut March continue tvvflvr d)i. . , , ' u- ,i.t..i,,n i.n'mtv 2d 5!ontl:tV of October aiid Apnl continue t twenl v-foiir dny.s, if "il Aloliunv of Xovcmhor'and lay continue six davs, , ' ' r , Sharkey rouiitc 3d Monday ol November and My continue six tv 4i li" Monday of November and May eoniinuu six (lays. ' CllN(.'EHV COURT. Coahoma count y 4(l Monday of October and April, and continue twelve days. " . " Bolivar countv 2d Monday or November and MaJ',miul.c"Utluuc twelve tiny. Wasliluntoil county 4lh Jlo" l.iy of November and May, and contniiio citfincfu "?" , --. e lisaq'.iena ciMintv 3d Monday f October and April, mi l contintie six days. , S!inrkeVountv '2d Monday or October and April, and continue niydacH, . ', femillower county lt Monday of October and April, and con tinue six days BOARDS OP SUPERVISORS, lteirulnr meetlnu'sareheldby the Boards of Supervisors of each conn t v on tlie 1st Mondays of Jannnry, at. or ' ( .oner. .Mill vii, uui.r. inuc - --- nnd may continue in session 4 uaj s and no. longer ' j Jsuvremu Court. Tprm' of Suiiremo Court com niencoonthe 8rd Mondays of April and October. Town Council. H'W." Tnnn t 'mnicil meets Qll i ii'j , the 1st Tuesday of each month. Levee Bjard. The Board of Leveo Commis sioners of Bollvai Washington and Issaquena Counties meets on tho 2nd Monday of April and Octo ber 4 (.irociiville. . Wouse. Wholmnla and Ttt tn.ll TVPAI In fiiriltrti mul in uiestie Litiuors, Whies, Porter, Ale ; Cigars, A c, &e. YtfE call especial atteution to our :'"wi'll selected stock of i Old RentnckT neurbou WHISKY. RHINE, Port, Sherry and Ma deira Wines: Guiuesses' Por ter, Bas and McEwnn Ale;18ol Old Iagarde Brandy, Old Holland f y Seh et brands of t J Chowing ifli Smoking tobaccos- 3 i A STRAXOE COMMUNICATION I KOt THE I'RESIDkNT. AVasliin-rton. Dec. 6. The only matter of interest in the Bouse to day, w as tho trausmindon by the President of the comwnnication made to h'm bv Senator Sherman and others, aud te?tiiuuuy taken by them at New Orleau in re card to the Presidential election in Louisiana. The message itself made no suggestion or recom mendation. The reading of the communication was dcnntiided on tho Republican sido of the House, and resisted on the Democratic sido. The Speaker decided that it had best be read, aud it wa ae cordinglv read. When the read ing was finished, AVood, of New York, roso aud expressed hi sur mise at such a message Having c'nni iiv Hie President. He tWlPil fit oi it ns most cxtiaordiiiary and unprecedented, but remarked that theso-arp marvellous aii'i ex- trnni-iiinnrv tiint'S.1 ine i rcii'itm h.. i.mi ilm cxiiertcnco wmc.i ebfht vear of servlco hau aiveii him, and that experience, of . ... I.!... itelr, should liavo given mm -knowledite not only of tho theory thnnract co of the Uovern ami Its olilccrs. aim vci io tin it -- President had seen proper to send to tho House this unauthorized communication from persons clothed with no oflklnl position in i. ...niora. The President, by r. , giving to his ofUcinl function, mid i. fimisiiiitiiii!' it to the Uoue, limit i It nn ot the records of the Government. ' He Wood) could Unnflnit ono obiectwhL.li JvIIVV V w - the President could havo In tran. ...illicit, nnd that was IllOinci- I LI ll0 '" i dental one of euggesllitg that the loibcd with authority I1IUIIDU i -4o institute a careful inquiry Into tlia election of President in ad vance of the regular presentation ofthaCgreat subject. I ho lie.. .,.1,1 hi.tlMisc. by this pi oceeduie .i.t tt.n llniiso Is authorized to l ll" v w nn fnnntrv ns to tho cor- liieiiiuvv "i rcctncf and integrity of tba cer tibn.- Tho exwp tion which he (Wood)tock to- it .i.ot tbn President should have- transmitted, in such an un- authorized way, an unouiuoiueu document of a mere partisan and ..l.nrnptrr. ana ins nisnm- ... i..- i.,.ii in inovo that -tne roinniunicalionlerelunied to i He Drsounces a Statenkxt ok ("V. ClIAVltr.RI.AIX ASlSFA- ho-'plv , False llta Krrwnis voit Tkaoe, Etc. ColumMa, 8. C-, Dec. 7. Geu. IVadj Hampton ha isued the fol lowing card to the public : Ttu following paragraph appear In an address of D. H. ChnmUir- lain, delivered in the tlapiiol to dar : "The irenllemau ho was my opponent for this utllce in tho late election liu recently licciareu, a I am credibly informed, t liar be holds not onlv the peaco ot this cite and State, but mv life iu hi hand. I do iiof flouht the truth o hit statement. Neither the public peace nor the life of any man who Caleb CnsMi'sr. the Mcblavelti j f to-day, .avniif -t-otttHi , - . . 4 r.u ... ....... , - . , Zt,it!?iw Gardens or return bt licit emjodimeulnf Aw- ' - f ...... , erica,, .,.nic.p,l governnwtt ih j - . out. an extrad.nou tr.-aty ..-euU , , ' rHMlM .,suriHl,s Irniili e at IIOIIU. i iu it ni-m i" i - .. , ::r.aud h h. . jArrguj:EY3 at law, Greenv iIU Miss. w. k. tki;u v. u. kit KKEK AT TOUNEYS AT LAW , Greenville J Mi. Oflico In Bauk Building, Main t. np-stairs. M witmW .The tWTwin nan been brought from :itlkrg live born dlploiuate that he take tea by stratagem, and goes to bed all f a)lil ha,, Am in night ihVough a liltt eoipiracj . ' j, t'A in the ec.i- ikehliu-l .. ... i. .'. .. .-.I...'- that fcavea a'l interested, like him elf. in the dark. Grant aud Ham ilton Fish. both.feeU that Caleb owned them, sought to jpet clear of him by making she uiau who kuew too much Chief Justice. FuUiug iu that. I lie banished uliu to Stuin. Caleb is back again, in the - ..i.i in itit..t. .....tikil-titim. ".' DttlUV Hill, 111-ul.liin, v ..- now opposes the consuniuiatioii of Wtrin apparel the same smooth this policy of fraud anil violence, ouiot faeo that 1 under such run- is afo from the assaults or those om mtht say of it as a tlcver who have enforced that'' policy ' Fremi,man said of Talleyrand, I .iirouunUL this statemeut iufa- tilat tr ho were violently kicked mously false. I, by iny unwearied hehiud the person in front would exertions havo endeavored to pre- uo be mmle war of lh assault . . . a.i . ..,.1 t '.'.. scrre tne pence oi mo rmn', oi from luiv chance of tlie (tlpiomatic havo thus contributed to shield 0,)Un.e,mm.e. aud the Inebriate from popular indignation one who fjruut au,i luo iUuldU d old V.. ... .1 t.:..iatt? m .lldl.lnA til I . ... lias pruvcu mm'vn m i iry 0f rtC are Ulicasy his rank, and a traitor" to his trust. I . . . . b ot wi 1... - .....l-A llllll I. .... .. .. u.a coiiscienc nii i clous, but lie ia capaute, ami una tremble, but neither I or the men , lt . . of icarninsr under hla with whom 1 act, couutcnaiice tno bontrol. His blL'. bald, kuotly old haud of the assassiu. head is full of pigeon holes, and (Slimed) k Wahh IIami'TON. i four ndmiuistrations discovered .... that if Caleb wn awakened at any i una. ifwii i wuij i i , ..!. .... h i.i ' - . . i nour oi iiiu uiuni iimiii. li. !., .i,iMi,,r nflfiGOn little ITIVI I . .. ' ... . n ....... . ,- - 'j. - ones iou ut sniiccran, na wnuiu died of consuuiptlou in r rettcru k hcHtiatlon. mill out from City, aged eight years ana in. ec mit, of I.- 4 lw ' , nri lirfnfH ulin I ..... iii.jniiic. .v.. ....... .. mi il.ii uli ii a I in nnriv ,i:...i .n,.,l l,m.' r.ltu.i. (nher f"v' - - r . Q V. FKEGlbON, VlTOIWET AT LAW, r IIT1LL PRACTICE in tU Conrt Iff VI I Uil.v'-. ' , - , I tiiiKt.ui ami liwa'inrua Conane. IraBX ol .Uiitultou au4 l'avtuiat luxe. . . l secre- rily and vl bedhidonnd taid. "Pitpn, when 1 die. don't burv lue doen not more than so deep." holding tt ,lior slender nnd emaciated arm and ineasurimr from her shoulder out "O! it so hard to lie put down tiiiviii! him for tho same, ., Uu has realized a high a fifty thousand a vear. and live on tlilrty-aeven aud-a-hulf ceutt a day. This sum he exnemU for In. breakfast, pro . I.I. ..I. Ia ta tnvtinil mil to llilllllr. If the uvitatlou does not como, di't'ii In tho cold, dump L'rounil . I i, ',,, 1 ilm tbl I'lvjii'vrii and .... . . 1. 1- I . . . ... ... please tlou i piato any imirmu bi" ,,,f cen(g out n iutx$ instainieiiis t. .. ill lm liii'lr till- I i ........ .. !. I ... uu ij J5'w lw if 0 ... aim uiUKC buiiiu uuu nnu uugm iy derit, and it will press . so. hard on lilV0 ivltcd him wish he-were my little bretst.' fcod my grave ftm ' u, nexl Iwenly-fonrhours iitei'lc. aud imtnt a tree' at Its tinml ttd I hut tlie Wild bil'iU C1U1 - - . :uiJ!' . ..... cnt her lii iivthtia7i( s nnu sin i lor mo." And alter a puuso sue cuu- tiuncdt'But lt levins tojino I would rather havo our birds sing fnp nin than wild birds. Couldn't you let brother Willie and Sister Etntii8.bi'lng our cage-of lit tlo hi rds nut. to tbn cemetery every duuuu morning and leave' them to sing "ktiniiii.Uoa" aa Eloucatia Polities. . . . . . A 11 . i iim-nco u nte. a tiromincnT. no ub!lcun. has writtvn a long letter to tho Chicago Tribune, against ' Intimidation" ns hit ebmmit in polillcs.'Theletterthmei)nclude: " If tho Republican parly is eenilv In tulu nt intimidations as an element in politics, and to substl he .... . . . I tBUIvlIV. " . . . ! .!.. wtitrb rose to ins inuig heart when tlie ocuu... ....nurntnd to the House, he should I .... mnflfiflirA. B.I.IJM, . with accompanying be laid on the table. Applause- Mi. It.mr. of Massachusetis, saiu that his sido of tho House desired to havo somo debate on mo Wt. The motion, however, was not debatable, ami it wag adopted ; yeas 153; nny 90-a party vote. Adjourned. , " morning and lenvo them to sing ,wl.meiit of Returning forme all day? Then wh u you ' fh6 VoUs are all at church iu town It won i pftl ty tlinn 1 I .... ..... .1 a !, I1IV ' seem so ioiibboii.o gu.,,)0ge, wlieu I Joined the liberal self." A few day after this An- t , UTit ... ! do not t,iuk nio dl jd, and her aflectionato pai- of Jt ftg hU j ,hluk 1)iat enta did everything as she rcqnofct- ft t fuss Is duo to the ed. She was buried .hnilow, ine . , ur ofiiedlioLlors for their k -1 . . .. 1 - ....rt I J crave nicely sonuoii ami a "-,,.,. wi.t,.i, .iin mpat mass of .i i nf iu t,n.,d. And every M 'T. " .. , ... I - t. If ll B CABINET SAKEB ' t -AND- . UPIIOLST121tEIt. s DEAtElt IN' .-, t t LlikliitlsofFurnttiire.Mattr-'ssPs 1 e., Special attention paidtall kinds of repairs, all klnUB of Mattrtss esinalctoordi)r. ' -' Locnst St. between Washington. A v. ana Mam . ,r una inch l,lS7-tr ii! oaffal, FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOEMAKER. ' ralmvo employed' three good excellent Jouriieymeiif ud I am prepared to till nil orders WITH DISPATCH. M - ' j SHOP ON MAIN IT., Cornif Ueast. Lake Washington Landing, Forwarding and Receiving r. t.Cents Fer Faciage. rrt.t. STOCK OF Groceries and Dry Goods ' i ; . .. a alt CHKA1- run v." at my store nt the Landing and at ' the irauimctriilace. niy20 aiilfl,'78. Grccnviilo, Miss, nnrsE An SIG PAIXTEU. lAPEIl HANGER . GREENVILLE. VEALKB in - Pulnts. Otis. Tarnishes, Windotv Glass, Wnll Paper mi Clii Window Sa-h it Memphltprlct. PaUlcr Material Generally. Bhnp on Central Avenue, near tlio U'liarf-boat. CLUB HOUSE. t't f! O ttNEtt Locust' ana Wasilagtoa avsKO tt oflriTT. - - - Jrru. .iiili .1..M. ..in.khnusn resDectlully 1 prescntsits claim for patronage My bar willbo suppueu . choicest ....... LQUORSandWIMiib And tho finest Imported Cigars, Fresh Oysters for sale by the can or dozen. , Oct. 7,17. Washington, Dec. 6. The fol i. ii... mnssiiL'u wbicn i ne lowing " President sent to Congress to-da . To the Senate uuu uouau . v ?1 ..InllvPB f 1 have tho honor to trai smlt herewith a letter to mo uy uon. Jno. Sherman and olher disUn ffuiahed citizens in regard to -the ennvassof the vote for Elcdoialu I i. stat a nf Louisiana. IIIO tJi- ; f CJ Ink rt Executive Mansion, WaahlnEton, Dec. 6, 187b. , . t. Tho letter transmitted by tlio n... .t.1,,l to ns follows! 1 . 'l-.l.n President ot tlio t-nucu v In pursuance of your request .i.nf upvernl of tlie llliuersiiiiu IIM "v. . , hould proceed to New Orleans and there witness iuo cauyu, n.ni.ii n-f Uoaru oi inu cioi i-t iutnini nf the "Vote cast in Ut .1... Rininfnr S ector 01 1-rCHI- IUIII' - . .. ddutaud Vice-President of the United States, wo have peiwiu ..i ,i.. ,ltv mul now most res- eu j").""' t . unnifu v renori ; Then follows nu 11111111" of matter, the character of which may be Judged from tne ennc... sionl If political Mtcccss shnll be attaiiicdby such violeut and ter rible menus as. were resorted to lu i i . t mi i nun. pnlll- many parism " " ,," Sabbath inonilng Willie and Emilia n lm srmi so 112 out to tne ceme tery, with their cage of little birds, to Annie grave. Ti.n rullowinsr fi'Mins of the votes of Ihe indpnl cities are of ficial: " NEWVORK I CINCINNATI. M-!i.i.. . lf2.2toTil(lell VifllOfl IIuvcs Total 170,8(16 PHIt.AI)EU'AIA. Tildcn 61,047 llavts 70,474 Hayes '2,77U Total 68,230 BAtTIMOnK. Tildcn 32.10D Hayes- 22,100 Total 137.621 11HOOKLVN. Tildcn 64.251 Uaye Total 91,602 " CHtCAOO Tildcn Hayes 33.615 2,67l Total 64,293 ' VftKTON Tlldan 23,688 87.306, Hayes v!0,88 Total 44,076 8T. LOl'IS Total" 62,219 Tl1d.il , Hayes JJ1.157 18J'J Totnl .40,006 8AN t KANt'lSCO. 20,379 21,165 Tilden Hayes Total. . 4,'f,u It will bo noted Hint of the nine chief cities, only two, San Francis. co and I'liiliuicipiiia oinj, - llAYEsaintijority. , X nt should not bo made if the "otes thusobtnined aro denonnced bv Judicial tribunals ami all lion est people as Illegal and void 1 1 . (Signed,) Jno, . I. II. Van Allen, N. Y. ; Euglne HiilP, Mainci ' J. V. (rliebl, Ohio ; In tut Pni'Lt r. tl. ! vt&. Kelly. Peniisylvania; S. Clark and J. O Wilson, Kansas Kinti.litiu' on tho nostofnee Btep ...i..mlv. nnd looking down on a group of smaller boys who wanted t,i IcnnW W bv he had a plaster on bis lacoaiid his arm in a sling, he hl: " I don't caro whether you arc linpnblicaus or Democrats, nor how much you holler on me sircci, t.n. .tnn't nut two ounces of now- UUU .1".. . . - - - .1 tn mi ..td dinner horn, and L - l,inlr vnn'cB rot tllO blWt call in town." ''Dii. your In riiitvi'd a small newsboy. Dul i r Go up to our house unA see tlie ilfiit in the around whcV t came ,i,. ..s,.n mother' left leg see my old goal lu a coi nerof the yard, Willi for a Nffw York surgeon to pick tho powder out of his none. ' Move on, small ooj. the parly have no sympathy, but, on ihe contrary, a well-gronnuea iintonint. Accentitia Us defeat in a manly way, If It is defeated by a truo count of the vote legally polled, the Iteptibllenn party has a fail prospect of returning to power four cars hence. At all events u wilt belli a position to take advan tage of tho error's and short-coin- lugs of its adversary.' Hut, crawl ing into the I'losideiicy over the ruin and subversion of tlie pro cesses of popular elections, it will bo annihilated. , lt has already re nidvi'd such harm as It wisest ..i.i. (TI.. . .11 ........ iitl O leaner can n uu uiiuciuiy i,t-i"." TUfj BiookljB Horror. Tb..Xinv York papers arc tilled with harrowing detail of the late luirnW of the llionklyn tin-litre. Three hundred nnd liltecii charred h.idlns hnve bcuii lakcn from tlie ruins, presenting most ghastly spectacle. The ( burning oi ine theatre In nichmoul, Virginia, 1u 1 St 1. when seventy prrsons pensn ed. Incluilintr the tjoveruor, was a sight that words could not paint li.it it sinks nto comparative in significance w lien compared with the Brooklyn catastrophe. icks Herald, ter. Until v. itbiu tne iasi icwua)s tU y had 'remained bptrtt execitent Icrni:) ivith each other,' "but last week a quarrel occurred between thein, the result of which was that tho female bear took refuge upon tho sumftitt of a large rock in one corner oftho pit. Tho male did not attempt to follow, her, and he remained there thrco days, lieu, prccd by hunger, ho .descended OLMiu. Aa soon as the maU bear saw het Ii immediately ruli(Hl at l,.i ..,t nfiwl,.il tirii with hi fore paw. Thu keeper, aueiiipieu 10 emirate them, aud belabored the main with aeuvy irou bar, but tlio bones in the head of the Polar bear aro so much .liardef than those of tho ordinary, bear,that ili.'s blow s loolt no enecu ine male bear continued to wreak his vengeance , upon his fcoiupnulon, and after having almost torn her body iuto ribbons, he dragged her i, tm of tlininnk and held her tliefo until ho fitt assured that sll ak'ii of life was extinct. He then brought hor body oack to tho floor, of the pit, ami iirnggeu n around the tauk for nearly an hour, . . . I .1.. ..e ll.n Having exiiuiiueu inu uutii v iu dead' bear, they foutid It had ro- eelved over a hundred wouuds the nek and kjad wcro crushed almost to a Jelly', aud the flesh was hanging in strips koiii tno oacx aud sides. During the whole coin . . ... . . 4 bat neither ol the bears uucmi cry or sound of any kind. "How much custhur oil wnd Hint bottle hould. sorr. I dunno?" Iiiqnlrcd an aged IrLdi woman of a Chicago druggist, a sho present 6d him witn a irood sized vial. : " About 25 cents worth," replied tho dealer. : .: "Twli'ly-folv elnts wurt!' said tho'' woman. 1 "Oeh. sure, It'ill liotibl more hor that.'' "All right,"-said the druggist, "I gues I can squeeze fifty cents worth nto t." Ho was about to put up the aril rle on these terms when the veno ably woman suddenly began to pranco around, and yelled out : " Orh, orr, hould on, sorr I L't' a inistnko I'm nfter miikiu' sorr I Please full tip for twiuty-folrclnts sorr t" -' "' So the druggist kindly abstained front putting a pint of castor oil Into n IimU i int. lot lie. ' W. A. UAYCltAkT, . ATTOliXEY AT LAW, -' t UHEENVILLE, , - MU'S. SkkBthn,pyiuentor tax,r4ece? tit'U. al and leasing of lana a peciality. d. vr. clause, . Attorney at Law, Greenville, Miss. Dec.2.,'75-tf ' JOHN XT- SHXEIX3, Attorney at Law, . . , GltKEN VILI.E, Mt89. ' Dec S'TS-tf. , i. tj, IVtix1. J.i.him Skhinrr. ; PbelpM Skinner, A T T O U K E V.B A T L A W VravavllW, !. V Will practice lu the TJ. 6. Court, Supreme Court aud the Court of Washington, Bolivar and Sunflower toujie. oci.an. J.. ll't OKSILl. . t V WIHMi HUGGINS & McCONNELL. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ' allEENVII.LE, MISS. ...... i t.. .ii ii... fit. 1 1 l!oiirta. 1 Hull'. ... - p and lu tho United State Court. . otllco over jkuuibii cv store, Mulbcry street. . octT .- P A. MONTOOMEUY- ' ATTOBNEY AT LAW, FwREYVii.f.R, Bolivar Co. Mis." V. H. KAltlSH. ATTOHN EYAT JUAW MAYnWLIt3, , .aqn.oiir.UlIPPl. , October 8,'7 -nO. ' DR. J. L YOUNG, Resident Dentist. (JIlF.ENVIt.I.E. OlBc, np-tili- ovr A. II. rinwyto. . liiuil fc I WnMiliiKlna A. 1 Teoth Exrraotod Without Pta nov. 4, 1878 , . An Aiiutiabit? Hotel Clerk. San Ant0Blnllr:nlil.l ' 111 no til v in ilm United States Is fruv el-stained, weary traveler taken nsiroodi are of as he is In a San Antonio liOieL Tho manners mul rtistoms otthe tacst are core fully siiniieii. A young inutiiioni tho frontier, Rtoptling at one of our hotels, lold tho clerk tho other evening that ho was going to bo out late. "Jiiit wait A minute,,'' nrcotutrtbdntiiig rlorkj I mil off. but soon apnear I Madison Wells' Consciinrp, "I am nn-hl unui," said .T. Madison Wells, of tlie Louisiana lli'turnlng Hoard, to a Nortlmni newspaper correspondent ; " I have not long to live at best, and I shall nerform this duty couscienuousiy and according to tho strict letter of tho law ; but I reel the tremen dous responsibility." Then a cli-nntrn look CSUIO OVCf tllO fllCO Of . ... i.. e the naed pntriot wnose sinms .m life have nearly run out. His trem ulous tongue gutbcreil t.eii wnu iu the shelter of his right check, the corruaiit d wrinkles around U left, eve deepened, the eyelid quivered and the venerable man winked. replied the nnd ho rushud off. but noon nnaear ed with it large envelope", which'no placed in the gucsU's breast pocket, with tlin ci'iaarL ; "That U si bond for your appearance before tho ro- cordcr, properly tigued. As soon as you are arrested for being drunk and disorderly Just givo (be bona to tho policeman, men I ion my name to him, nnd ho will bring you home ill n hack. Good night ! God bless you !'' Tho Indiana Fanner says of the bbu'k ton.rtio : The ivmiiloms are infiaiiimation of the mouth; swell ing of the head .and face. 'Dis charge of bloody Miliva and hlgl fever marks Ihe first stage. Ul cers soon appear under and on tho sides of tho tongue. Then the Ihroutaud neck swells, and if the discaso 1 not checked, gangreue ensues and the tinimul die. DRUGjrronE. . n.rintny. J.r.rtiy. Jn. H.Moor A. B. FIHLAY 6. CO., . DBALKn IX . , ' iy rt, v h ' AND '"- "'. ' HEDICniE3 PEKl UMEnY, TOILKT SOArS, Paint, Oils, Dyes, Ulas. Ai-Ho " : ' SODA AND UINEIIAL On Bright aaite Bottla, . f Onlo sels, nd XJnrdch Gruna. and Flower sc. of nil de scriptions, t- Corner Washington kiinv ann ! . - . MrfSierrvtUeets, ' . ,n: : Feb 6-69. . GREENVILLE. K0GSU7M mi.. ..It.IIa .m l.n.iwtf.irirfl tf- tH'ft ' Alio ptltil.w . . . formed that I am now prepar-fl ta entertain all who may favor r with their patronage, in a manntr . .1 . 1 In lit HOI SUrpiHS.".! Ojr f l.i.unn 111 stiitn. Mv house ha been nut in complete order the bed-rooma aro largo nnd wen veiiiiiaieu, uuu iu table wlllbesuptdied with the best the murket can furnish. JUUrl 1JAURIV1. Uruenville, Aug 1 J. W. CHILDS BLACKSMITH, Ulaiksnilthiua tindlloria MhoeinR. ALL MANNER OF " Machine and Boiler , Work doneexpedit Iou and a-- skillfully. , iviinn mt Mu I her rv street. i North "f Washington avenue. , , r r-,111.. Tulu IT 1HTR MEXICO. ; New Orleans, Dec. 9. Matta iiioros news, Just received from I lm Int.. rhir of Mexico. Is to the ef fect that President Lerdo and cabi- nnt biive been catiturod bv tho VC .-,.l,,ll,,i,l4lii iinnl I lift f 'Itv llf Mcxi- tirniti'im.'n . .. co General Kscobedo, secretary of war, wan shot wilh several others. The government' of Lerdo is un- .1 it n1. 1 i.fllu rival thrnwu. Monlorcv and Salti'llo have declared 'n fa vor of Igleslus and sin rendered without fifing gun. T.O'OONITOE Saddle and Harness Maker Greenville, " " Respcetfully informs the r tliat he ha itmgg.eu inrou-fl panic, and now oilers, as in better times to supply his friend and customer with any article In hi line, at tlie most reasonable rates. Call and see him before purchasing elsewhere. , Sept. 16,1370.