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gTSD. C3T. 16, 1877.
' m URJSE A"0 aio. sawrtnt is kwi U wi. tt. i i it , " i J i Kcacpoly Cut Down! ! ! can be bought at lower figures than hat..u the assortment of the latest strict of Era szi Cocdt DRESS TRIMMKGS, noauRy of all description, En. RRoidxrirs of the toast desigu. CARPETS in splendid patterns, BOOIS and SHOES, www y is now complete. To be acquaint ed With the lataat KmJHu r.ti.. fall season the public b retpect- fUllr inrftad in (..tv..t v. . . - - - w -frwa Mtv UIV. hh v par Piu la pleasing everybody. Goods will be shown freely and tbepo. litest attention nay be expected to all who may favor ns with a ealL s, - Asrsin ara in nlaaaaA t (.. the public in generally, that we will not be UmilCOLD and will defy competition. Our foods hire been nurwhataA tnr cash which enables ns to compete with SUV houia south nf St. T.nnta. - and the people deriving the beue fit therefrom. . Ii I .ii -k. rirer malls arrive and depart ..... ad Tfeeedays. man for EeCng Fork learn latfea ESIJ Thtraday aJ arrives SI urewtvi.to rrtaay. nrrJKaZzi;. Card bnmed brisk and choice for sale by 1 XL 8. L. B. UOAN. fctMt rV6ie ef or-merehanta hu lirtMl u tUt at this time last mar kit kontaUl skipped OTer we knxirti af cotton. Ttli tkey Lave retired bat out baj.nptoC.UCL. Our frimi.l Raatnw. Kditnr of the Mayersville Lrader, had a melancholy introduction to the swamp? From his paper of the 1st we clip the following : "Ul Tburadar niirht- tha 30th nit., wa lost our nnlir damrhtar. Jcua, aged three years and three months. She was taken sick with a chill, which at first was uot thourht to he dunroui : but br U m . r Thursday afternoon the disease had assumad a, -violent trna. and by 1 o'clock all that was mortal ef little Jcua hsd fled." To the parent who Weeps for the death of a loved and lorelr child. there is a sweet consolation in the thought that of such is the king dom of heaven ; that sinless and stainless they have gone from n life where pain and sorrow come as a common heritage, to the bcso- tuul realm where there Is light and Joy forever. , , ' .: Way ald waawnra ?arti Meadi, Or ekake at 4ata' atanaa t H kat 0M aaiet thai Jmm m TsaalttHaitehiaama. Qrsai Jarni br Oettker Oireut Ctart. BUSniES3 CHANGE. DISTRICT MO. 1 RMLashley, E J Bryan, Ed Lindsey, Alex Waters DISTRICT KO 2 James stone, , it wnhtaioa Dick Bice, W T G lathery. SISTBICTXOS A B Carson, II Wilcainski, CW Lewis, H H Harvey. DISTRICT 50 4 ft V. C'.tna It Burdett. J Q WUls, ' Johu Racks DISTRICT HO 5 Wm Fielding, Geo Walne, A A Morson, Nick Matthew. The business heretofore done un der the name and style of . J OR. A. SHALL CO- will be continued at the same place by the nndarsigned. O. FOSTAiac, Agu 6epU 1, 1877 JOHN H. NELSON 4 CO. DEALERS IN 6ept. 1, W77. . a REFUGE SALOOIi. PlCiatS SUV)phC3, i Number or Votrrs ih 1st District, . f IS. ind. WW. Srd, " 19SS. 4th. " 5th. " ' ... 6989 fjoioe Lnntber gad hard burned wtsfoitaleby . 4 ; M. 8. ft I E. KOROAN. fcat.i- r-rlj Cu Ut; published elee wkara.lt w3 U lew that the as Mcsi valoe of tki really and per eotilty of Oreenve is something aat af one mi:lon'ftf d'.'.rs. To the crowHed tbads who know tfcj tkU to wvt r-' o resldeuce, it may be ijoeeury to sute that oarcaa on hand was not taxaoie at the momeict tLU wsessment wu sale. : Csms tit Cgnres on per eeaslty could not mouut np iuto millions. : Lewy Eros, are the agents (or the aew patent f they are the air ;'.5t, strongest and cbeepeot. Co, sni see them. -r - tl cTfxxa f Crtci- C. A E. WHITE. f-r't:VTisr 1277. Value of Realty, , t43,47ft Ctille, x. 856 Tsgon and Csrrlrres. -i tfiM XfMrsud Credits, 8S.8C0 v Watches and Jewelry, 14,175 Plaaosr- T. Capital in liercti 'm, Ul.ftS Capital iiXLuirfR?, 7,0 Ho-L4"J Tincture a' , i I Personalty Rot otherwise enuiterated, ; , W,5C0 Buildlnir Assoelatloa 6 lock not loaned on, 10,175 . Total, , , 718,473 Total Realty, 188.475 ; " Persoiialty, v : .f" i 718 473 Jacksonville. Fla.. feent. a. One death from vellow lever is re ported at Fernandina to-day, and one new case. Tha authorities are taking active measures to prevent the spread of the disease. Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 10. Tbe fatal termination of three cas es, together with tbe advice of physicians to leave that city, has thrown the whole community into treat eiclteineut. Quarantine hu been established against Fernan dina in all the principal towns In the State. An extra traia arrived at Balwtn from Fernandiaa with two ears crowded with fugstlvea, and many will leave m tbe morn luff. Two severe cases are report ed to-ulght. Total number of deaths thus far from fever is seven. Physicisns claim that the cases have assumed a milder form "". t ,UlBH ' llr. N. Hlrsch. whose - remains were brought np on the Lee, and whose funeral took place Yesterday was killed at Port Gibson, last Thursday, by James cethea, a young man who has a local repu tation as a desperado, uuder cir cumstances which stamped it cokl , blooded murder. Bethea went iu to Port Gibson on that day swesr- Ing that he would kill some body and attacked Mr. Bernblem, in whose store be Mr. Hirscb was em ployed as a clerk. The latter in terfered as a peace maker, when Bethea drew his pistol and shot him. The ball entered the pit of his stomach and lodged In his spine about the small of the back. Mr. Hinchdiedin about three hours after sufferiug tbe greatest agony. lie was rerr klirblr. respectea antt much eateemed in Port Gibson. and it waa with diflculty that in censed citlcena could be prevented . , n.ii j.Z n.t I rem ly noniug uis iuumorr. wi.a a member of tbe Masonic and Odd Fellows Orders and of the Jewish I society, B'nai B'rlth, committee of those bodies attended the body to this city .-Herald 7th. UQJJCIS FRENCH nESTAUMNT. KEPT. HAVING Now fitted ap ana inm Uhed ut; Saloon, U the Urga Two Stery Building on MULBERRY STB2BT , niron ma ; n:i-3 Cfcb H::r.3. IKOW SCLIHT ttePCrLICriTCCSlft KOXB rKE8H sot th I Rnnr l a w v a 1. iTin 1 CIST And a ehoioe selection of CZl dec33 f V J HAND. psrea ourseivee u w- Comer Mulberry t Main 8treots. Coardt7 ta tresi, tiro Heal per cx?, n C J. Ousters, lisht Game, and all the delicacies of the season on short notice and in delicious style."' -' Sept 1,1877. ' 1 t ItUctrtrt UHtt. , Cr!:S! Criii lCri:S! QQQH DO). STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, . washinirton uouniy. ) la Circuit Coart to Oetobtr tsra A. D. 1877 A. B. Trigg, V, To No. 8435 va. V James R. Cox. James B and V and Ellon M. Cox. , J Ellen M. Cox Yon nre hereby iiotifiod that diu tv MiaaissiDDl. an attachment suit A Urre kiln of hard and thor oughly burned Brick, for sale at I very low rates, on the yard south of Morgan's milL Apply to July? ... 4 .,; J.SXJNXXB. ; " CaCTAaTICa. statr or ntnesssim. . Rout am Covin T. la Chaactrr. at tataa, daaa tUI, wn. J. sl. wauace. ei ai No. 887 ra. J. F. Davidson, tak I TDD ' DIC!Zi03T CAC3 ,'Cutij, " , will ex paid roa ja a a tkaa ta u nnfiliiB in the Clr- eult Court of VYaihlngton count jl GREENVILLE COTTON SElfiU sSaA.D.isn. the aatiefaetlon of the Oonrt, from U ADAaiUAl i -!-- ?n end T7. Cj V7. H. CTDAD, The Memphis papers say that in Tunica aud Coahoma countlea the bears are so uumeroas that tbe olanters are compelled to station guards around their eorn fields to preveut tbe animals from destroy ing their crops. CKstry C;rcl::U t:i natters be iirf and examine IewyBros. large and complete stock of Gro ceries and Prtt Vt i . be.4 a or -C-ylic 1 etUfnuL-l 1 ' "K C7 For a week past the weather hu been of the kind to promote the emekizi open of the cotton bolls, and to backset tka worms. Bat very litt! j ectlen kas been re- Ja ' Women are coming to the front la Illinois. TJLaea counties have women forssrlntendMta of ailn- eailaA. auJ .ihar mkb aaateh men bald-headed in successful manage ment or the schools. Tbeolisst Jwlch ooBrresstion la America Is the Eherlth Israel, or Kew York,' whleb( was orpin- itedinlt' .f ; I :. , : ' New York, 8ept.-10.-A; dls patoh from Columbia, Pena., says Vigtlauts are organising against the tramps, who are bold, numer. ous and trouhlooonie. ' At Gray bolls, near Laucaster, nearly oue hundred outlnws raided a farmer, fie tried, unsuccessfully to drive them on. The policemen ou ciu- sens from Lancaster went to their aid. when the tramps openod fire. The nolioe eharired on the tramps, who retreated, leaving five wound- mA Tha farranr'i name Is Towers. Further 1 along the Pennsylvania a ... a D.11.....1 truu bnaranfl a ireiirni train' and threatened to take pos-se-slon. Aidateetlye fnem Colom-r-i-rAo thl steis ati arrested the outlaws, who afterwards bioke jail. A prominent oitlsen of Dun annnn was robbed and killed by two tramps wrecked 'a freight iMt between Walveiton and Praters, aud attempted to plunder the cars During the fight with the hands, one of the tatter, wm Bonverse; was kineo. auiuoh tiea at Westchester sent ssslstance, asd two of tU ; oatlawi were eep-tured. Miss Ellta Hammond, a lady of I society, who Is said to possess personal beauty, aud extraoruiita- rr drnmatlo abilities. Will S00U make her debut In New York as Lady Macbeth at the Lyceum. She bas undergone very hard study for longtime, It u said by people who have soon her at rehearsal to surpass an) thing that has boen seen ou ' the dramatic stage for years in emotional and horolc act- lug. : . - ' ;. If the Government record of the against yon; same having been brought by A. B. Trlrg.'w P tin, and wuton sua sun rmuru able ou the second Monday of Oc tober, being the 8th day of said month 187? ami in woicn suisim sum of six hundred and seventy two and 60-100 dollars is claimed, and you are now hereby cited, as defendants in ssld suit, to be and appear before said Court, on said I lf,.H.ldu . (V.tnlu. 1H77 aud plead to said suit, and hereby notified that in default of such ap pearance Judgment by default Will oe renuorea in aauu ami, u. laalait m tharalB anlil aud the effects arising therefrom applied to tho payment of plain tiff1 claim. . ' '. . Witness my hand and the omciai seal of said Court this .9th day of August A. D. 1877. , L. P. M. WATKIN8, Circuit Clerk. Sept. 1-5 ' ' Trigg H Buckuor rialntlfi's At torney. ; , ...... ' ,;. .m..it Alait ihm-aiH. that 11. J. Wicks, who la a aeronaut so uw Kill ka-ala la a aan.raai. A?t At tha fttata of liisaiaalDOI. ana nas nis resiaence ni or mr the town of Los Augeloe. in the Bute of California, and that the said town oi ios ajigeioa WlOUCe, II IB mereiur unnm the Court, that the said M. J. a .v w. - I r toDce, It is tnererore .oraerea may 1 V. r that tha aalrf Iti. J. I Wicks make bis appearance herein a ik. nat larm at tha Chanearr court, to be held In the town of Rosedsle, in said county of Bolivar, on the Second Monday In Novem- k.. 1(177 anil nlaail anawar. .or mi, aw,., mmim .www, - - -1 - demur to said eross-blil, or the same will be taken for confessed as t.v Mm I la fnflhap nrdapad that I a copy of this order be published a i .. u.a..taaa Aam Athatk Wats iaii at tbw aaan K aa mmm nnnmi Greenville Times, a weekly news-1 paper printed and published in the town of GrtMinrille, Washington county. Misalsstppl, and that the dork of thU court transmit by I this order to said tetsge prepaid. i 21st day bf Jut 1877, at Rules. G . E. BILLIN GSLEY, JLtrX it FOB TIUTT8 - LATEST UIPJ mall - copy of thU order to mk m .1 w nki. niuiifiw nranun. Ordered this 21st day bf June, Kuies. . ii. t. ri.nmcY. nierk. Hv Jnnif l. nn.i b. c. F. A. Montiromery solicitor. tune ou. o"o OXTATXCH. ; ; . , btatr or Mississippi, i Unuirin r.nirirrv. C 1 1 number of rations issued for red men be.accepted ai t rue, Iberd are to-day about tnenty-a va thousand nnM. t...iiana iB tha ITuited States khan whan Amertdawas discover ed. If there are uot euough Indi ans to eat these rations, then who doss gel the benefit of them 7 "Wo have cot to practios the most rigid economy in such times these." remarked a man the other day to a crowd on the side walk. . I have stopped all the pa- nnra for which 1 formerly subscri-1 I bed, and don't buy candy, toys aud such trumpery for the children, i Times are too haM. Come In, boys, aud take a drink 1 t,Y, " b aa-.J- Choice Lc:tc? and hard burned bricks fortuity 8eptlait kJt9JrL Will cti tzzsth ater real we Beptbib-r 17th, and asks tbe r-::.. ci ksr f. Im2. v ! d use cf rtaxo f araloted if de- ttxt " ' ' aep Hm fcrcrtril :y7:tz Eeeoher bast;:'."' "-rtmend- tot zzl'Zzdi: Tonng as tet2 cf d tls woreu in Utah, fct ry iz u cxrjr women in era clrri a Li take earn fi tri tiir y r? t'J X to la kia EU t-ii at Edlaburr, SooU tn'S-y-C tJiteUi tbltLJ"f. .i:..'Ja.M It t:-: tf c - -j.: tut ciTta tCiTrt r-:tizy. - Bejt. Ki ..- . Tk. tni'M ball tame yesterday eveslr j in the recant lot on Wash-t-1-! street, Rear the depot, was aihanflctexettlnir playt we have ever witnessed. The game Is dollar to onr tame of "Shlnney," . i ihu. that the players are furnished with two sticks tho end -..h anntainiux a sort of a grove, In which the, player catches the Tan m. the flv" with as much .hu .nrt Mrtaintr as our base,bal- ....w ith their hands. At a I1HVB C . (...a. of about forty paces lrom each other were two etskes. These .u- nhiaative points In tne a il tha nartv who succeeds in striking their ee with the tl coasts one "inning, w. .in.i. mr-!ii therame, In aa: . tatorecl ann JTthan "thOwnintny . lu pursuit of a r-,T .iiido anyttjwit The Burlinarton Hawkoye has made this liberal proposition : "II any cltisen of tho United States hu been overlooked this year in h onnferrinr of decrees by the several colleges; he can have the omission made good by senaine nis address to this office, aud stating what degree he would Uke - : ' rer ta t t ' a ' - J - ir - v.lret"Ta tot , a.. Jbw The foUowlnt ia a detortptlon of s Turkish soldier i As a rule, he is tall and sanarely built. Physically many of tbem are very handsome ; hardly any are brutal In look or Ht.nnattton. They can all read aud write, and there are no bettor ani.llnn. If beaten in war u win not be their fault. They eat no meat and driak no , whisky, in r.at Kn are an army of teotolers and vegetarians, and can be main tained at small erssse. a naAo Ehot.-Tts assistant .twn nr f-i ratcLcs remocrat. lilajor Grafton, sustalasd the repo- tation of the oace lor, nne mars manship at the match of the Ad ami WghlUantry.lathebayon lyosUrday. , .Tbe tar?1 160 &et by twelve in else, and the Ma sr succeeded lu hltrg It once In .ir-een shots. This snoouw vm oily be exoelled for meanness by tiat of Colonel ueuap, wno can scarcely hepe to win a prUe even when all the other members are ruled out.-Ntttebc Democrat Ccanixxlter'8) Cale. : Statb or Mississippi, j . ' a a . at a.. i ' i : s wasiiiugton county, j , ".. In Chancery Coui t. , . r, Thos. J. B. Turner, v,. 'I No. 887. Sam Brown et. al. '. ) n.. uta.na rt tha Anal iIimmm In the above entitled cease rendered in vacation to-wit on the 16tb day of June 1877, the undersigned a Commissioner of said court hav ing been appointed to execute said decreo will on proceed to sell al the front door oi the Court House of said County between the hours, prescribed by law for Bherlfi's sales, at public outcry to tbe highest bidder fof (Jaftn, tne certain iota trmw w n.M.nla nf land daaorihed in said decree as follows to-wltt The south west quarter of section sev enteen, the west ' half and south east quarter of section tweuty, and tne east uaii ana part oi un w. half of section nineteen, all la township eirhteeu of rauge seven, lyinrand situated in said county or .Washington ana oiate oiinia eissippi, and farther described in the bill in said cause as the samo land bouxht br complainant of Kirk It Montgomery, aud bounded on the north by lands then belonging u-iut av. ftintth anil An She aaat by the plantaiton then known as Mrs Buckncr's place ou the west la ChaBMry, at RyUa, bbs n, 1B7. Lteroy u Jaarusi i No. 427 ... - va. .. r.t John D. Eastou, et al. ) , TTP0N opening the papers in this U cause, it appearing to the sat- -lact)iil oi inn uoort, itmu - davit filed, that JobnS. Branntn and A. O. Brannln, two or inenej fondants to complainant's bill, are i.i.n.rnaldMlta of the State Of MlS- slsslppl,taad have their residence and postoQoe at Louisville, Ken tucky, it. Is therefore ordered by the Court, that said John S. and A. O. Brannln make their appear an oo herein on or before tbe next rule day of this Court, to oe neiu at Kosedaie, in eaia county pi Bolivar, on the Second Monday In August, 1877. iu the ofilce of the clerk ot the Chancery court, before ..lit ..lavk a nit tilaait. answer or demur to complainant's bill, or tbe same will bo taken for couiessod as to them. It Is further ordered that a copy of this order bo pub- It.haA In lha Rroitnvllln Timed, a IIIIVU ... .WW -r ratrlw KaaranansF nrllltod and published In the town of Green ville, Washington county, Missis sippi, for four consecutive weeks, and the elerk of this coart transmit to said rtefr ndauts a copy or inn order, property aaateaaeu -rected,1y mall, postage prepaid. I Ordered at Rules, this 22d of june,W7. ,. H 1. rLUttal, Viera. By Johii L. Gill, D. C F. A. Motttvomry solicitor. iuue 80, l77-e , HALL'S 'D!2i!7.i7iI AXDTHE aVETT ' : ; which has taken the preniium ct tio bt ; Texas Fair, over the Arrow tnd naay ; others. ,'.'':::! t:'.V' '' Washington avenue, Urccnville, iiizz. , i .- i .' 8 t Cco!z3 end GEO. F. ABCEESB by landa then belonging to JC-irk Montgomery, ana on s.m vj lands then beloair? te Aaron if imua. uv..w - - - thousand acres. , , , A. Wl ADD, Clerk and Comtu-ilouer. Sept i-ft ;r.T,"' .- I. A. WEWIAN0 - ' ' a , f BSLOW POSTGFnus, : Mulberry street, -1 Greenville I return my sincere thanks to my old customers for their gererous patronage, and trust they will not forget to call on me at my new lo cation. 1 will give throe seoare meals of the best provender for One Dollar. First class colored gentlemen always In attendance to see i!to-k elegantly entertained. STATE OP MISSISSIPPI. J ami Canm. I InChsucery Court at Eulos Joly .--' -thl877. --r i No. 85L In the matter of the Joint final aucouct of G. Frank and W. A. Pickett administrators of estate of Elisa Pickett deceased, and the aanavata final aceotint of W. A. Pickett administrator, and tbe petition of said administrators this day Clod. . . ITJOall persons Interested In the A estate of Elisa Pickett deceas ed. Yon are hereby notified and required to appear at a term of the Chancery Court of said County to be held at Eoiedale, in said Coun ty on tho Zl t7 ia rawstaf.' 1177, and show eanse If any yon can whv tho tolnt final account of G. Frank and W. A.1 Pickett, admin- iatratorsoftttesaid a.iia riose deceased, should not be allowed and the said administrators dis charged. ' ' ' " " '.' ; . '. By order of Court at Rnlos July m iLT. FLOURY, Clerk. Tulv 21-61. Git's, Flyin C:b, C3.Cb, C' crJ: ' k J' Xtf' m vww . " - Newepapers, l!c2-sinC3 ;' CHROIIOS, SEASIDE, ITEYIT YORK, FIRESIDE, LAKESIDE, HOUE tnd other Library publications, containing the entire works of tho best En-lich and -niv J w American Autnors, ana m tns c:.:r;::i ztu c; jm -j - Iinpcitcd and Dcn.c:i:c - r"tm PI CZ Rtnro end Pest 02co in t!:3 eino build ing on corner Ilain and UJ.bcrry. g. F.'Ancncn. iSopt, 1, 1877. uulty of witnessing we gu