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TimeI SnniDAY,OCT.27, 13 Kill Arrivals. "Tbe "rer maiIs r"vc sml dePart guudavs and Wednesdays. The "mail fr Bo',in Fork lea?e Greeuville on Monday. Returning leare Rolling Fork oo Thursday B(i rrivea at Greenville Friday. PC3TAI- NOTICE. Hours of the Greenville Post of ce are as follow : From a. m. to 6 p. ro. On Sua- to! from 9 W J. ALEXANDER, Post Master. Sept. 29tl tf. T .Wcatttr Mittc Heats. There was frost last Tuesday mcruing. but il did not leave its footilult even ou the tcndercst vegetation. But the rain of Ved teiday and Thursday did great damage, aud we learu that the road to Deer creek to almost Im pasta and that eottou bale thrown Irom over-loaded wagous can be kcb all along tnoroau. For Bent. two BRICK Storehouses on whlualou avenue. Apii io - " " al. l L'l It DIED In Greenville, oa Friday morn ing, October 25th, 1377, Esther, youugcst daughter of Jacob Alex ander. In the lossot hi? lovely aud beau tiful child our afflicted friend has the heart-felt sympathy of our eu tire community. Ill two lovclv little girls were the pets and faro riles ot everybody, and were to Lf;,,,, ba'v ,10rs0 TouiOchil" flALl'WOUi; HUES. PAROLE JS2AT3 TEX BKOHCK. The third rare and great event ot tko duy aaJ e.t tLi ineetiu, was a dash of i 1-2 miles ait ajies, $j00 eutrauce fee, t!sy or pay, the club to add $1000. F. B. Harper's Lay horse Tea Broeck, 5 year old, Walker ridjr. 1U pounds; G.L. the poor, heart-brokeu father as I tree, 6 years old, Bar be, rider, 114 theapplo of his eye. Ituaterri- L0UUas;audP . Lorillard bay gel- - .... .u.-vururewwa jj p4roiei4 years old, Barrett Ilia a l.l or J r,mFalujr uiau riJe 105 p0U1Ml4 were the start- mute aud dumb, aud shriuki from u cur,lo fF consomuon the faTorUc ;,yiarg(1 odd, welling m wwa w,u .uu wouuuea oy igtinst tht fic,a nesr!). tmo lo one, u.uuuBurok.eUi aeain. sweet 1Lere was Cm wUJmI exciteiueut little one ! filling all the pulses of at tue pool SUad aa on the gnud . ..u uer wuu ,tand the ladies became almost a oyons presence, aud making home r.;,.i 4 n,, K.orunr s? . t ... . I" v.- urigun .uu uappj wuu iny win- llw hlrsM slarte!i WttI(f Te uiug iuu.es aua ci.eeriui vo.te, it iu fn)Ul Ut!i;ltree aeon.:, is "well with tlil-c,'' in the land of t!,,pd; 0B th(J ml.t turu rest; but aching hearts cry out iu Tca Browfe 01)(;utd two leugthe agony lor me ciiim so iw a aua uheaa fc( Toul o-chi. trie, and Pa pneu, ana the mourner's heart 1wo .wo cllglu4 behind; at the will not bo comforted because Lud 0r ik- uuarter. while Ten EsmEK, the beautiful darttug, ia liroeob had his advantage, Parole though kindly teudered, are vain uaif lune WM rua without chansj, iu tne preseucrof this sad Ik- .vi.un ih ham iunJ the reaveuieut wwen snakes the strong gUud. tho most intense excitement man like a reed. May Cod help prevailed. Around the lower lurn mm ana eoiurort him and spare las Ochiltree r covered one leugth, heart from Itirther aaony. Und t iKa nuarter nola wmuut i "4 MtLKAN BROS. Mill scp2 sr Tub - Grkbsvillk nT irtu eottou lor Iho seed and kIvo back onc-teuth for plantlug purposes oct'iO We sell Dry Goods, m.. Hats aud all Uro- ceries and Produce as cheap as any house In towu. Gome auu sue. c-W Jso. H. Nkion & Co. The Bout . Liquors At Fifteen Cents 1 a . Drink Stick and Fancy Candies ......i- ,Vt atluk nud laiicy camllcs, wholesale . reuiUaMiTn.s Fioin the nunibcr of Country WBKOU9 loaded by "LEWY BBOS.M ... L-nAw them to be tho largest Provision dealer In town. Zephyr Yotiw, all shni)i8, Perforated Paper, Jlpttoes, ' ' Basket, ' Card Boards fur fnlc by oil 3 M. MA YOU. Vlfhpp.ii Cents a Dinh i - For ths Bsd Liquor At Lui'.s. ers. In tho pools Tcu Broeck was We call public attention to the leugth behiud Tcu Rrocck, with listofpersous appotuUd to hold Parolu three lengths oeutna. uu the electiou iu Washinston county h buck ttetch, Ochiltree gained at the pending election. another hair leugtn, auu raroie ruu easily at uts auiance 01 two lengths in the rear, and at the half mile Ochiltree was only half length behind Tcu llroeck, while Parole had gained ouo leugth. Ou the upper, turu Ochiltree Fifteen CetltS a Drink went ahead aud showeda head iu Boots and Skoes. Our stock of Roots and Shoes Is very large, aud in style and quality cannot be surpassed. JOHN tl. JHKI.BO.N s io. NOTICE To Partifl3 Owains Lsals in tin JOSHUA OULEN, vs w. ii. uinn-, . at Ultujcerj. First UiaUict, Hinl county. Su of M.sUti(.pi. ktJackioB. Bg IT IIEMEMBERER. That iU ew c iiuk an Itiu 'Uy lu L urant ou ii ui fur inlri.rtrr tk.-rre, to.. ttitbiil. . jw. vhihit iuia uro o4iit vn'ril fccrcia, uJ Uw Court tin Itxmwf iBicieiit lv !vi-a br consul of purth-j, orlw, tttg mn .tn. tint lb. Wla Uat, GittlM and Hwniuwjr, Al.tor maii Ins nt, u ex-oak-io t iquiUiUiB 1 nsi-aioaer, ( jrMi Cuuuu it--lowers bTLhUCoort. be, iWy wk Uni oitwa I, cuiwrrrl sad aattwriied. Mill It the former tm or lud included lit JM tcsaaaw txbiMMd wiik thotr mfir, to potrh, fcj m of mumming uiu, by dw uojuwat ' all ui t iru,e. of IJuuidaling UnthiM dtw tbmou, sitowa by miJ cxliibtl, uwl til such tax a may uctinM inrrmn " iu iw , Urn k or wiaea. 4 f tebt uJ uwWr the I of Fi'imirv litb. l!t7, relemd lo in tlcoiiii)laiuiu an i cta tuuaiia lurv UVreof, u-.Ur with li aommiwuwaj ol h wt -iturn on tn aiwunt 01 ui lavw, ndto.i;iai,anJ 6tiy tn ti rraca wl ut wrtitkaw ot rciKoiil.iu lo w jiaiu m Th ltt f omiHts.ioner will refatn lhre- Srthiof stimj oillwteJ for ntminbrtiwis. 'o be ULilW di.iitiHl be'weru iuu. one-in lkoril'li t,iuil tococii. and will hold tw- ailBi lor la t ttw wjw atcruad or may'arera in U'U muso. ll it innlwr onlrtd. atljudUM. "'l tn..wl il..,t ilu. A Anriitttr aul TtttttHrrr, uicx-otttcio LaiuidiilHg Lnw ConiuiMuttou (iv, ami i4HunilaioiMr ol Ihi Coort, from Mt ulfor the aaid first day of IMveouwr Bf vi, 1 HMii thA A.Imiv nnlAT of ftliU l.'onrl. Dtt M..uin.l Uk m1I aud diaooaC of aUT of UM l ukl axhailalit anil xhtbll. whiea ahaU tliM muua uuimaai oi. " orb prim and mm, not kw Uwa all UK llwtvoB. aa In tholr diMsratioa any to to lht beat Inlcwt of thapatk to thta aait. taking tnuaynieid t!rf eum-ncy, or Itobanda, rT nr i.l.ml of dt W iurtudl III lllU priH-caitinc. ami exniuiim in - whwta may htranfier to flltd and xhtb.ltd htmla, lotha extent or nuiy-uv iwr caai Iheraoflu eurrrm y of Uw United Stale, and a ill exact, iu aildillon irom inn nurauHeia, ......... 1..L...... .u. ihji aaUa al S Iter MM ...i iw. Ii,.iiuni kjI Urtv eenla for each deed orrertittcala, to t paid l euneno. They will aiuke monthly ereort to thi Court, howm tl'.o IhikU a..i.i, 10 wmiiu aim wiw old, for what amount In unrreuoy, oraerlp. or bonds add and tlie mimtor, du! and amount of levee howls In acrlp Inkeu up by Tliey w 111 c uiiwi au iiu'd douus, rrii PUBLIC SALE. Itv virtue of au order ih.-"LVited tatrs Circuit At LuVs. half a leugth at the quarter pole; down the home stretch he lucres ed his advantage to two lengths, behind Ten Brock. Iu that order tltntr naaaiul llm atnild. but '111 the Family Gi'GCCrieS. I lower turn Tcu Broeck galuoda Don't fail locillmi hlin before length he had lost, as did Parole, S GOLDS heailquii GOLDSMITH'S isconddcrod iiitrtors for ntirclitisin I'txewlit r i imaw i I 'Li. Tho Best L'ujaors Fifteen Cents a Drink At the Palace Saloon At the quarter Ten Proock ana Ochiltree ran head and head, uud on lha back stretch Teu llroeck showed a head iu front ; be in creased li's udvautago at the half tnile, nud ucutiatiie upper turn one lrnih ahead of Ochiltree, who CsTEveiy i lly hat' its peculiar led Pau l ) over a length. At the i tmi.. raftiirt mane u iinii uuu . i H'l 4 .-.-.! t I " i'v... , - eaiures. . ne mm - - wh 0clliee t down our city is the (iltivVT CHEAP tu- i,,,,, stretch the ruuuiug was i-MStlfrVmitE . iho corner ol fine ; Parole went well to tho front I'lk K-f m a. u s -v " Main and Mutbi't r at tho 1 si kovU, known and uuIsImmI two lengths uhtad of TenUiocck, who beat Ocliit'rce four Icu2t lis : time, 4-37 3-4. Time ou the llrst quarter, 0:21 1 Wl.cu tlio horses came tip to ..-..l,rl. .. I' . M llm ini.. t'amln Vil Larger storks 6f good, cheaper lfh.;.a wUh clic1,.g( oml the ,,. urices. nml Soil iV Locking tile cnthrnd ut'otiud him. As Hog & Hominy Store filfwlri'lthnti am' othef house lu tlio Misf-I-il'I't Viillt y. iiven by tvurt I 11 ai Iteceiver iu no c-.- ot aac s. uoie, vs. ,. i. .i.iuims- inn i-t. at. uroceeu to iir on the plautatiou adjoining Uitea- ille, known as iue uauuugiou plauiation ou llm 15th day of October tun, four gin stands. m plantation bell and fixturcs.one lot of belting, oue blacksmiths vise, one bellnws and one anvil and other plaulaliou tools and unuiumettts. Ueceiver. The above sale is hereby postpo ned, until. Tuesday Oct. 30t&. 18T7. K. JlicharUou Kecetver. Greenville, oct. th. tds Bwrdiag How as trait Stai. QranjJ Central llstd. QXllE HEAT. I AM prepared to furnish the uublic Willi the choisest Ueef, Mutton, Pork, Veuisou, Tear 4c, that tho markets can afford, and I raiitH'ifullv solicit a share otthe public. patronage. ShopouWish- ngton Avenue. it. vaii.i. Dec. 9, 78 or evidence of dt ld I tkeu up br thrin, a aroretld, u of tbedsy jol it receipt, ami n turn the tame with their reporta. 1 bey will G3T " Hayes's Policy " Is a god one lor tho nation, 'nud wc com mind him lor it; hut the policy ' the ilcssuiailoiainyStoiv forms ii platform upon which men of all classes and creeds cun gn e This policy is lo n il goods so ... , t.. ...tn flnii cheap for caali tnai peupic ... it lo their interest to buy their Dry Goods and Groceries at the ii.,..,t iinnili.i' Sturo. aud thus keep tho money at home. The State Fair.-We ackuow- Iwltre recelnt of a complimentary ticket to the Stato Fair at Jackson liAtrl niAHAI It 19 Vnvpttiber 12th niirf vvisiiaiiaavsaia3 coiitlnninir till the 17th. The pro gramme promises a very brilliant affair. PLAET3 EXC1JI1 $9 per Barrel at oc-20 Jko. U. Nemos 4 Co. Fresh Potomac Shad, t. tiHftnn- White Fish. Hoi laud Herring, and 8wedHaHbMl. 8. GOLD8M11H. : t f nn i .!! , r iv i 11HIIT. Two brick storehouses on Wash iugton avenue. .Apply io a iep29 McLEAN BROS Best in the World, IS cents a drink, AtLui's Pphotqb. Mr. C. O. Bt.i., the Photographic artist who spent last winter In our city, will oon re turn, with au entire nctf outfit, hattnv nranared than CVOf to do fine photographlo work. He will bring with him sotno life-size pho tos, finished in India ink, bf Greeu rllle people, which he will invite the public to oiamine. raw a Gsvsnm Caloal Otakiail, Tht ehan-plon beTerage of the Bonth, for ft,1een cents, Go to Lei's. I'iinmmit was ncvoi' witnessed in fifti'Cll Cents a Drink Baltimore on any previous racing lor The B st Liquors soou a' us iloeKcy was weigucu the cioivd raised hi n ou their shoulder and carried him about the track, with cheers, until It be al jf. 1s.tr.., K1nnn come a ueifoct ovation. Such ex- 1 ..it .......... ttrtii nnvnn tv rifTlIK GlIUKNVlMiB MlLt .. . 1 will gin eottou tut' tlio seen, auu Mve back one-lcuth for planting Sell nil sorts of Craflkara and Fanc7 CalC3 at St. Louts card rates, freiglit au- OCtl3 occasion. In one of the pools an itivestmont ol fl've dollars on Parole ieall.od oue h uud red and thirteen. PUBLIC NOTICE. A mnetina of tbo Democratic CotiHcrvative voters of Supervl sor's District No. 8, Washington eontitv. is hereby called ot tho Court llouso, on SATUI1DAY, tho 3d of November, 1S77, at 11 a, in., to iiotiiinato two Magistrates for said Distric.. Kkucdl W. U. YKRUER, Ctiairman. V. II SMITH, JOHN W. SHIELDS, wiiiunt H-la v in tubulate and amine liatsofthe bud included In aaid aohadu'.e, .t awkikt. .Mvuvlln tn the raunliea In whlok UVt are altuate, wltB UM mnnimenu oi till eouiweted the.awitb, nuinliered t y Llt....ni1a mAtn h VMulltv ftrtllld for ln- Nietttloa. and win aeiirar aaiu munin a v. till to the purchaser whenever the aame can to properly done. Tltey will take Map to have all th deed, eouveyln wld lauda to them or their predeMMora in oSsm, rwordr I in tne proper eounti wher th aani has not lumil..na ai il sill na tha eoota ofimh nKldralion, out of any numeya In tlwIrhamU rttiliaeil br a aale of laid land. They will Ki. e tin ireU!t publirlly to till prorteillnit, ihi. iirjiiiK ami atle.it of thin deirve. I)V elnnil-.r tiiul notice lu cveral f llicle-.ullnr newpr iu tli.s Ktuln, anil will pay the coda of the name out of money arialng from aale of laiuld. They will atrike from nald list or aclndulo all lands which are tmpropeily ln.'liid.il therain, an'l exeou e to the owner, deed of release tlwreto. on their paytnr two ilnllnra ri HltY Mnitu for tht) UMt of aaid Will' veyanuc. 'I'toy nuy einul iy asenU In nevenil mnallaa liinlllilail lo the I fVte IliAtriCt. Clttl- ted by the mid Act of 117, to aacertaln the i nine ol milil lanH. una Ihe nature oi tne uiiw IIumI.. anil nail In kite anle of finch tanri n well M the t..ini( p.M,e.,n thereof, and ItxiiuK the niiiMi and miy uirrc upon Ihe rointeii.tlin tp e txill nal'l agent", onto! ih .ir,;rwLi nfial of Ihe land dlautwed of br or through them, not to exci ed live per centum of Ihe mime, but the Mid impen Hon haU lu.llr denvnd upon Ihe actual ule nflun.1. atul l,i , avt.i.1 lie ahentllt. Or.lciT.1, ailjildgvl aud decrwd, lull tSth day of te;e.ulr, a 1. IN.. StulJ E. O. PEYTON, thiiiiccllur A trio ropy from th mtntitea. W. T. lUTLirr, Clcik By L. F. C.iii.ih, I. C Orrtna of Iiiin'tr iitu Lisv .Iacksi, Miss tnawor Uucc with the prortal'in of the above decree, th UihU cmbm'-e.t the-.eiii tu now subject to purclunu by the oriithinl mm until DaccmUer lt, I77 ml ufter that tlma by any one up- lylna, th payment of Mqnl dating Love taxes and fees, set forth la aaltl eleeree . W. U. t;iBII8,ml W. L ItKMUlMUNVAY, ConunLiaioiien oct 30-11 Lisvr.3 I OM'JlS-l .,6.t. is77 S NEW GOODS Iliavn a well selected siocu . .. .. i- -t I- nml n a nil HIV Member of tounly Executive tonimntiea for all Kllius oi 8uu. ---- - - .iu nuuic,. October 1813 patrons know my taste In selecting Novelties, I invite them to come and examluc my stock. . 4 ,.u No inducements noia otu n Calico, as we give It away to anybody who pays CASH for otner goous, auu buys a good bill. oct6 M. Mama. CALICO, at 6 Cent. Best brands of Calico at 6 cents yard. Other goods in propor tion. John h. j elbow vq. OO TO LUI'f For oue of Billy Portkh'b best Kentucky drinks for 15 ceuts. Our townsmau, brother Job Nkwman, representing one of the largest Clothing Manufacturing and Piece Goods houses In the w.f tti taitour town shortly to supply our merchants with clo thing; etc Joe no doubt wiU sell lots of goods amongst his friends m ' Thai OvaieaTilla 11111 Will hereafter gin for the seed and give back one tenth for plant Ing purposes. oct20 HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID POtt COTTON COED John II. Nelson Ss Co. For Bent. TWO BRICK Storehouses on Washington avenue. Apply to sep29 McLEAN BROS. . nftMB Cants a Drtak r tk Bast Lioaars At tha FtdaM Kalaam ATLUVS, ' The Best Liquors, Fifteen Cents a Drink siiuidrj uoiduivio d0 TOIL SALS. Two second band iron safes, oc-20 J no. U. Nelson & Co. Family GrrocsriM. ' Of every description aud at pri cos to suit tne times. John ii. jnblson k uo. Jjiifteen Cent . For Drinks ! AT THE PALACE SALOON Tho "Anchor Line" receipts of "LEWY BOOS." exceed those of any other Grocery House in Greenville. All Groceries at 8t Lbuls prices, Pctkr Kabbosi desires to in form ihe puHi-Jhat he ha discon tinued h. 4.ijou, aud now keeps a BflaSLlltS HaiiJE a FUIT Sui.0 only, in which busine3 ho respect l'uIlV solicit patronage. t'cnaisjloaer's Sale. Co. ) (k ilo. ) Appellee Thos. II. Allen k Co. vs. V. F. Pool aud w Bv virtue aud in pursuance of the fiual decr'.' reiulered In the above stvled tase iu the Supreme Greenville, - - Miss. COL L A. lITrTOlT, PrcjrUtof Oaly tat Blk frta the Stssaksat L'4'f. rz" This house ha lately been enlarged and undergone thorough repairs, paiutmg and new in na ture. The table will be supplied with the best that U In IM ( try, aud defy competition. Give me a call Court of the State of Mississippi. the undersignea win a specia commiisiouer ou JCoday. the 12th day of Nowcbcr 1877. at the tloor or me courtnouse iu Bolivar C tiuty Mu-sissippi. sell f,r cash at public auction lo high est bidder the nnaivuieii one nun of the following described lands to-wit: The south west quarter of section thirty, the east half and west half of section thirty oue ex cept a strip two hundred aud nine ty ihreo and a half yard wide ofT tie south side of said section all in towuship twenty one range seven, all of seetiou .thirty, towuship twenty one, range eight except a strip two hundred aud ninety three L. GhFF&L, FAflmOIJAEZC BOOT AND SHOEJtAJtXX 0 , tyi have employed three gd excellent Journeymen, and i m; prepared to nil all orders WITll Dispatch. MOP 01 alalN IT.. Car 1 1 last anlJ76. QrecnTiao, Uian fall ai:d ivcnai ooooa. W are now onentaf r oUtk yards witto off the soutn sme, sue 1 0f D0W Uu beantini east nan oi tne aouiu t ui.ki rimm - - - cut mil m mo m I M mm a Strayed or sn from h. uu- GXld T7lIltC7 I " a" ovarii I hkutU Itriiiif in the L'oiunv oi uou i AAta varand State of Mississippi, tb.l V"2 ...... .l .l a.l.r In tht. sad UUU fifth DClUg tWO UUUUreU COUBMIlUg I u " "i forehead. She Is 15 to U hands aud soventy one acres. Mnr'l iM, and naces and it is believed The title lo said lauds under said T ii.ni w.J, as -C Q "u the shoulder. sale it Is believed will be. good, but , u The above reward will be paid I will convey only as commission- lU....Jf PC.a.3l Print:, . for the retiiru of the mule to the I cr, uudersiuiied. or any lurortuation leading to her recovery. G. CLAY, Kentucky Lauding Bolivar County n. t. i3.3t Rosodide Jourual, copy and send bill lo Col. Clay. W. A. YEKUER, Commissioner. V. A. Montgomery solicitors for Appelees. Sept. S9, V REFUGE SALCCK.- I XTAVING Now fitted np anaiatn InSUranUU innSnCy. Jl.lsheduiy6aloon,intne w I . , ' i j. GBEENVILLK OFFICE LafgO I WO Wiy DUIIUinf OF Llverpssl ar.d Lcnion tr.d GI0E3, HOME of NEW YORK, Iniuramt Companies, anil ASSOtl.VTION Of NtW OBLEAKS. A CAUU. I hereby inform my patrons and the public, that although I have resigned tho agency of the Plant' era Insurance Company of Missis- siptii, for good and sufficient rea sons,' I can still insure their Gini and other property Iu companies whose standing and fair dealing i niinol be auetloned. Tho most liberal terms offered to insurers. 8. W. FERGUSON. Notice to Ctitraeters, Tti.l. will be received by the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors within Ihirtv Uaysrrom misnaie for the cleaning out of the ditch in ON MULBERRY STREET, DRUM THS Rcfurp Club Rccr.3. 1 NOW SOLICIT the PUBLIC P1TB0H1'. NONE J. FBESII BUT TI1B Beer BEST I.IOVOUS Itlbbonnln Our stock of Oena-en'i, tsV diet, Misses and CLro'o onoco are made expressly to onf tlx, of the best material, and (anna- teed to give satisfaction. GENTS' FURNISairO CCC3 . A largo stocx. Rcut. w, wn. - KEPT. J ON dec28 ALWAYS i the matter of tho Mtl-H f Wiu. Fielding and oUort.br the sale of section II, town, ship U, ratiso I wwt. TTrxiii the bastion of US. Ra! J I .1 - ...-. M IDg BIIU U.I.QI. itfr mm wmmw HAND. I ISENBERG. ALEC ANDERSON txzt anxrn, Mulberry Street. G11EEISV1LLK. f tnkn nleaaure In annotuiclns Archers l ine, Board reserves lhn lBt I can supply the public with rijfht to reject any and all mils. tt!l ni ticles iu my lino of business, For spni Mention" appiy at omue keeii on Unutl all kiiids ot cook- Clerk Chancery uouvt. By order of tlm Board. A. W. RI! ADD, Clerk. Bv C. McGratb, D. C. Oct. 6-10 CITATION. tn C'h'inrery in Vauallon. New Mackerel In barrels, half barrels, quarter barrels and kits, at , S. GOLDSMITH'S. STATE Of mswstm JJOMVAlt UOUNTT. No. 470. Iu tho matter of the final account of John II. Jaruagin, mlitilnistra tor of the estate of Alexnudcr ltives Jr. deceased, lili d on Yes terday, ami the potliioii of said ndminiNti'iitor this day tiled. To the heirs at law aud distri butees of said decedent hereinafter nioutioned and to any and all oili er persons interested in siud es tate. It appearing to, tlin satisfaction of the court from tituiUvit tiled that Ihe following named persons are tho heirs at law ami distribu tees of said decedent and that they are all uon residents of the State of MiftnisslDui. and that they reside and have their respective Post Of fices at the following places, to wit t Mrs. Bertha Rives Skinker, and her husband Thomas J. Skluker at St. Louis Missouri. Francis Wil liam Rives at Lyucliburg Virginia, Mrs L Scheie UiiV ore aud her luis band M. Scheie Do Veie at Char lottesville Virginia, Mrs. Etntna E. Hall at Belfast Ireland, and Mrs. Isabella Coleman, at -Charlottes ville state of Virginia; It is there- foro ordered by the court that said heirs at law and distributees of said estate and all other per sons interested therein appear at the next term of tho unauccry Court of said Bolivar County Mis sissippl, to be holden at Rosedale In said county on the 2nd Monday In November 1877: and show cause tfanvthev can why said final ac count nuit petition snouta not ne allowed and said administrator discharged. It is further ordered that a copy of this order be published for the anace of one month prior to said term of the court iu the Greenville Times, a nublic neweminor of this State printed aud published at Greenville. Miss, and that the Clerk of this Court transmit copy of this ol der to each of said parties above mentioned by name at their resoective ofiices as above mentioned properly directed and with nostase nrenald. Ordered at Rules this 18th day of September A. v. mi. i 'II.'T. FLC"Y C" v tr Jolts L. C.-L,,. J ' Sept. e. i. rABRAB, of New Orlean. J. J. ORAOAHI., of nlirevevort. GRAGARD & FARRAR, COTTON FACTORS AKD General Commission llerohanti, HEW OBLBAN3, LA Liberal advances tnadouuon con lirnmeuts of cotton, nnd special attention paid to filling country orders. octio lion 16, township lft, rner "Mt In four equal lubdlt Wcta, rrrr'-T east nud west. It Is ordirti tt t board, that an election MI' ia the 6th day of Kovrsber, 1 .1, tt West's store, U said towt t determine the will of theqtt-.-ii voters or sold townawy, wtror or not aaid aec6H shtJl bo ar.U tat such subdlyislons u aforesdi. It is further ordered It ttrv4 Ihnt Win. Fleldlll. J. A. "Jt and Sain Barcfleld be nnd they it hereby appointed commlsslonern to hold said election, In conformity with section 8016 of the Ecvlsei Orilerml. further, that the clerk country. All order executed with- give the prescriDeu nouee or anei outdci'ny. np2a,'76-ti38. election; ordered further, Uat la i ' iRn a malorltv of the votes nt AIIIAIll O 1 ii r ln and heiitinir stoves Also, Chain Pumps or various makes. Particular attention paid to all kinds of Job Work. Gutter. Ing put up in any portion of the CLUB HOUSE. orner Lorust itrect an.l Washlnjlon avrnne E. SCOTT, Propristor. This first-class house respect fully presents its claims for patro- utLc- ' .... All. 11 Alt will bn supplied with the finest Liquors and 7ine3, and tho Best Imported Cigars. oct 6 DFALl KS IV Dry Goods AKD OROCERIEB, BOOTS and SHOES, IX ATS AND CAPS, AND Plantation Hupplte. Corner Washington arena and Mulberry tt. Sept. 6,1874 . i THEODORE POHL, MULBERRY STREET, Greenville, - Mississippi. SUCCESSOR TO NATILVN & l'OHL. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Foreign and Domestic LIQUORS, Winei, Portor, Ale, DOM CO THE DRKKS. In consequence of the short pri cos of eottou and the long faces of Hie producers increoi, nuu uaving no Nero-like desire to fiddle while Rome burns, I will In future SET 'EM TJI at the frightful shrinkage of Fifteen Cents ! Hear it. iii v countrymen f and pcn to tuiiiK mat me DestoirniiiNK. Port, htierrv ana mi- liquors are forced to shrink to the J- deira Wines ; Guinesses' Por uti:u and David Frilev be nnd they or hereby appointed commissionaire to appraiso the rental of said sec tion. A true copy from tho minulee. Attest ,: - ' . A. W. Shadd, Clerk. By C. McGbatu, D. C October 6-10 In the mailer of sale of port of section 16, township IS, ran ,e 9 west. UPON the petition of lira. X2 A. Monljromery, for the eaie by the hoard of the south half tt the southeut quarter of section uninbcr sixteen, In township e!,h teen, range nine west, and h upon the petition of D. C. Mont gomery, for Ihe sale of that portion ot same section which lies ert of the publlo road leading from Lt tlesuake bayou opposite the plait tatlon formerly owned by W. F. Montgomery to tho old town of Greouvillo, . . It is ordered by the boara tcni an election be held on tho 1C& iy of November, 1877. nt thedwet house of Mrs. Halsey, la osU township, to determine the will of the qualified voters of aaid town ship, as to whether or not said lasi shall be sold, pursuant to section 2016 of the Revised Code. It is further ordered by tho hura r, ir.. B. U. wor- CIO AIIS and TOBACCO WE call especial attention to our ,..t will. Yerwr " well selected stock of thnm an w. H. Werles ho nnd icky Bourbon they are hereby appointed eon lltsKV, missloiicrs to hold said eleetion. Old lientut avilltsKV, nlLilul sum of fifteen conts adrink Under a contracted currency, aud with the Kiiffiiin war convulsing Europe and Asia, can such things be and ovorcome ns like a summer cloud 7 'Tis true, 'tis pity; and well mov freedom's sovereigns shrink to pay so little for a drink I But then, you Know, we can't set out the " mash" for anything else than the commonwealth UASiil To the credit system I bave respect fully said, Farewell', Bbo. Watkixo ah! That's what's the matter with llaunah, and while tho river runs down lo tho sea. no nip ot tne eu irer will salivate me. Intending to do a slrict'y O" business, I have reaue-l t v ol my goods to a cc i 1 ; will rvartntee lli I tone oft" 3t It is further ordered thai tho clerk of this board fire tho re- ter, Bass and McEwan Ale! 1861 quirea ssum m .uuva. Old Lagarde Brandy, Old Holland A tree copy from tho rtiiotee. aiwni - A. W. Shadd, Clerk. By C. UcGbath, D. G. October 6-10 Gin. Select brands of Chewing and Cao&i Tcbaccci- may 1. 1" J. KIITSI1LLA. (8UCCK8SOB TO T. O'COXXtS.) Saddle and Harness Maker Shop on Wabhimqtok Av. EEPS on The tax payers of tho town ef Greenville are hereby noll'ed I 'l taxes are now dne and reyti ' ) my office. The followlcj is a I'. mentor saia taxes i flannval nurnnaaa. stantly on S,uP.orf? bd every Teachers' fund, 9 , , , , , KEE Ci It' 1 , r t f V if'.:i .