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HTUfcDAT.HOy.n, 1877. Bmj Rati. That rain ht Wednesday nio-ht ,MI pelter." Coium.ent.ing at bout twelve o'clock, it rattled way until uear day-llght with fort aud volume that wa fearful to listen to Every separate droo looked large enough to beat out a Tk rtvsr maUa arrive and depart The f" RuinS Fork l"r11 of cotlo,, and we Pec, to GK,BTitIeonMowUy. Returning ILrwRoUi"? Fork on Thursday Md arrive at Green villo Friday. Hour of the Greenville Post of- are ss follow a : From I a- m. lo 5 p. n. Ob Sub davt from to 10 m. - ", S J. ALEXANDER, Tost Matter. Sept. lb tf. We are authorized to announce k T. BUCKS as candidate for Mayor of Green? Ule at the earn ing election, Hay, An d Just received at r Lcvy Drc3. Nov. 17 Our former townsman Lee llcilcr has returned to our city, satisfied that it ia the beat place he ran find in the country. We wcl cone him back cordially, and trust that prosperity and happiness may crow u Mi efforts. Fresh Potomac Shad, n, Uorrlug, While Flub, Hol la ud Herring, and Smoked Halibut If auy gontlemau In thii com- III inn (v has doubted tho propriety f railroad intlmat-v bctwecu the rMv of Greenville and Hie rogious Mug on Deer rrcck, those doubts have been dispelled by the weather which has prevailed during the imst two months. From the re ports of Intelligent gentlemen who lire oh tho creek, we learn tuai tho road to Deer creek will " bug " shuinmiug bird traveling without baggngo. We saw this week four yoke of oxeu drawing two bale or cotton from lint region. Tho Injury to our met chain trout the Iosk of trade has Iweu serious. Best in the World. 1i runts a drink- "At Lid's. hear of mourning in Israel from its effect. But responsible granger inform us that the rain was not so disastrous in that regard as they expected. The worst damage was tn flooding the fields, and prevent ing American gentlemen of Afri can descent from caressing the cot ton branches. The roads too, were mad worn, and hauling again pot back. Since the rain the wea'her haa beeu lovely, aud if such bright- uesa could last three or four weeks our farmers could get even with the game; but the trade which has been lost to our mcrchantsvby the mpaasable roads and ragged wea ther of the past two months, can never be gathered np again CO TO LTJri For oue of Billy Poster's best Keutucky drinks for IS ceuta. Photos. Mr. C. G. Bkll, the photographic artist who spent last winter iuour city, will soon re turn, with an eutiro new outfit, better prepared tbau ever to do flue photographic work. He will bring with him some life-siie pho tos, a untied ia Iudin itk, of Green ville people, which he will iuvite the public to examine. The Bent Liquort At Fifteen Cents a Drink At the Palace Saloon. new'goods. I have a well selected stock of all ktuds of goods, and as all my patrons kuow my taste in selecting Novelties, ( Invite tlieiu to come and examine my stock. No Inducements held out with Calico, as we give it away to anybody who pays CASH for other goods, and buys a good bill. oet6 M. MAYOR. The horse races at Jackson, un der the supervision of the State Fair Association, have been highly rfucrcssful. Lots of flyers were on tho truck, and some splendid time was made. Tho Christiuu people who can't conscientiously attond liooe races were cdltied and In structcd. Improvements in ajjrl culture, manufactures uud machi nery were discussed bet wecu heats. Eiplssloa sf the Tob Morgan. CajUia Pasll asi tit Firtaaa KiUri- Tbe little steamer Tom. Morgan which ran here as seed carrier for the oil mill, exploded her boilers twelve miles above the mouth of Whiteriver, on Saturday, the 10th. Dr. Powell, her commander, was very favorably known here. Tbe (agressions!. Tbe bouso ha passed the "Sil ver-ttetuouetixauou inn or orerwhelinnius; majority; and the press ot bond holding New York are frantically calling upon the Senate aud the President to -stop it' At LuVs. following letter from ne of the Fifteen Cent s a Drink all that is kuownof the sad dis- For the Best Liquors aster: White River, Ark., ) November IS. 1877. f G. E. BlLLINGELXY, Superintendent Oil Mill, Greenville, Miss. Dear Sir: The steamboat Tom Morgan Is no more boiler Saturday afternoon at two o'clock, twelve miles above here, and is s complete wreck, aud sunk Captaiu Powell and the fireman are lost. Dick ts badly burnea, bruised and scalded bis recovery is doubtful. Mrs. Powell, baby and mother narrowly escaped, but were not in jured. They have been cared for at my house since the disaster. She is almost a manlae, aud has not s dollar. What paper money they had the Doctor had on his person ; the gold and silver was on tbe safe, aud the safe la In the wreck and haa not been discovered as yet. I got Captain Eiel'e tug last evenlu and visited the wreck to see what could be done. There were 10 or 12 bundles of your sacks scattered around, which I ordered shipped to you, with what seed could be wed. Nothing about FraaiUw laaa ScatfaKi j Iu the esses of Downs, Graves. Tallmau, Joelyn and Wilkiuson, transferred to the United States bk-k..i. Court by Jndge gorrelts, at the term oi our court, juuge aiueu remanded them to the Chicot Circuit Court, just as ererybody knew be would do. Six month's time gained Deputy United States Marshall George Pearson, on Thursday brought back to Chicot jail Jliu Banks, Steve Johnsou and Foster Overstreet, three or tbe negroes indicted for tbe murder of Messrs. Saunders, Garrett and Duggau, In 1871. FrrtCi ftUllcs- London. Nov. IS. The Time Parts correspondent says there Is much anxiety iu consequeuce of the violent terms tn which the mo tion for inquiry iuto elections eeii sure tbe Cabinet. All the Great Powers havo advised Presideut MacMahon to be conciliatory. Tbe same correspondent dcuics that wreck but safe and engines of president MacMahon, In reply to much importance, and they are 10 the delegation from groups of the Notice of Town Election, and Registration. Be it ordained by tbe Town Council of Greenville, That Theo dore Pol.!, William Manly, and George F. Archer be and are here- bv appointed Registrars and Coiu- pose of holding tbe regular bien nis election In the town of Green ville, at the School House corner of Main aud Walnut streets, on Taseeay, DsstaVsr 11. 1877. ti elect a Mavor. four Coiincilmen, and four School Trustees for the lows of Greenville. Be it further ordained. That said Board of Registrars be and are hereby required to open tne hooks of registration of the voters in said town at me ocnoot iiouse corner Main and Walnut street. on the 10th day of December, 1X77, at 8 o'clock a. m., and continue the tame one u till 6 o'clock p.m.ol t he an.Wr n Jet f eraarr.iah.. isc. wfcrmi urn., day, for the purpose of regis- SJ. teriur sucn quaiineu voters as may r T prr ecaima m ow uwubi " - - a a I r i . I -It-.. . uu dAw Matt T,tM aMM to 12 feet under watet. She bad been wooding, aud bad Just rung bell to let go. Captain Powell was in the pilot house and Dick at the cuglucs. The painter was blown out on tho bank. The report and shock was heard and felt for live miles. Yours respectfully, Thob. V.Wilcox. PEACII3L0V7 AND Russet Potatoes, and Choice laip APPLES Just received at Lewybrcs. Right, which wsitcdon hiiu ou the night of the 8th Inst., said that be waa right to roly ou the suppor oflbe Senate for a concrvntive policy, which was the only oue he was ablo to follow. "Paris, Nov. 13. Presideut Mac Mahon declared yesterday, to the Ministers, that In the presence of the violent accusations brought against them In the Chamber, and which equally effected the whole Government, lie could uot accept their resignation, and begged them to remain at their posts. Tie Siege fErzertia. Nov. 17. rMITXADELPIIIA Just received.' umde to my order. nl 'liil:idelpliin, m line nsoi'tmi!Ut ot l hiltlriin mill l .iki ics GMOEG Also RUBUEll SHOES. novS : - 1,2. MAYOR. U1 L- - '- -A lie action of tho Greenville plniiterprnitdihelrrcsoluiloiis pub lUlied Iu .the Herald yesterday, was t lie subject of very considerable lonvcrciitloii on our streets. We nrc glad to see thut our Cottou Exchange lias called n meet tug tor to-night to tuko some action In ref erence thereto, and we hope reso lutions iuviting ft general conven tion of planters to be held hero ut an oarly doy, will bo adopted. We feel satisfied that a convcutiou would result iu great good to our trade, and bring our cotton market prominently Into the minds of the very class of persons who should know all Its advantages.-Vicics burg Herald, 18th. , siudo gi 8uu(j uotdmmiQdo 8inTotQQ pfteen Centt Fcr Drinb! AT TKt PALACE SALOON Tk ai'Jfcn's Festival. Tho children's festival on Thurs day ithrht was a beautiful display Tbe little ones, tn thotr variegated costumes, made a panorama of sur passing splendor, and the tableaux scenes were mairulflceut. Futi and frolic, ruled tho hours, aud little hearts were gladdened by tho fote, S GOLDSMITH'S Is considered . headquarters for Family Groceries Don't fall to e-dl ou him before purchasing slsewhers. . t tk raiM TitUvm Coaitra DvUk New York. Chlosso and St. Louis ha?a last bten visited by severs fins. The building at ICS North Fonrttt B treat Ef Loa!s,ia whToh lit. L. B. Val'.laut had law oce. we roffret to see, was 150 barrels flour, of all brauda jii't i"celved at Levvy Bros. it the Falace Saloon Fifteen Cents a Drink For The Best Liquors Iloae Again. Nor. 17. The Best Liquors Fifteen Cents a Drink At the Talaee Saloon- NOTICE To Fartiss Owning Lands in toe Liquidating LevoeSutnct. 40CIIU A t;REX. 1 VS. i II. GIBBS. H. al ) Stair TMiwb.lpri. alJaekMa. Bl IT KKMEMBEKEH. Ttt IBM wl cttnulhu tUr lu W krartl M m"' tor iMcrlurlnrr littmm, me., upu im uu. unf, exhibit. ! pr ttmUeno hmtn , whI It Court heitm HkwT uak'l.nt- .Ilwlf and lcm. tluU Ihc ' "l"'. UibU aad Uemiawar. Awlilur awl Twa mnr, m t-Mr' LtMidliii -"m BiHskNMf. .ml ft tor Tlra io-"-"' f Iku t uurt. to. awt Itoy arf Smbjr Uum d, tmpewmd awl aalaorijed, aaUl Sk aall im twm T taw tactetlrd ia tht scbnluM ihlblK.1 wllhllwirwMWW.il urrlu, br aT at icitmulBii aant. or ina r'T dnaUwnoa.a. aaowa by all fblM. aaa all 'h tax a may accnw r","". ia Ihr -, Km.!, or r nnm 7 "rrT! Insurance Agency. GREENVILLE OFFICE or Liverpool and London zr.i Globe, HOME of NEW YORK, liuuraar CumaBMs, aad ASXIAT1US Or NtW OKLCASS. A CAUD I hereby iuforui my patrons and tbe public, that although I have resigned tho agency or tne nail ers' Insurauce Company of Missis sippi, for good aud aufllclent rea sons, I can at ill Insure their CiSM and other property in compaBies whose standing and fair dealing cannot be questioned. ' The most liberal term offered to Insurers. 8. W. FERGUSON. oahs xihat. 1 . ' furnish the 1 . a nw mar 11.1 . un isffl uwih .ra : m iinnHnii roVtiMrcVrtSfitVof the choUest Beef. TiTliid cnmiioer wffl ntaia Mutton, Pork, Venison, Bear e3 with nnaMMiin! antwor wuiu iNii for ouuw-,1.., ,in n,.rkii can afford, ana in kwiuwv " e 1 l . n . 1 imiwmm ihMA. nnr aai 1 1 ordinauc notice la hereby Kiveu that tbe undersigned Registrars will iiDenthe Itciristratiou Hooks of the town of Greenvilloand will hold said election as therein direc ted. TllBODOKK i'OHL, W. J. MAMLY, Gso. F. AKCUKB, norlO Registrars. The attention nf voters, saloon keepers and others is directed to - a. a 1 the rliowmg provisions 01 uic (JiMle : to ttually itivkM toim Itom, J" Itonoflotopaid lotael.. and vUlhoM Iwo aniHAMrlto iMyiwnl onto ewU that tor ar-nwl nf BJay a.-vr la ll.u e.i.-, Aad it U riirtlicr onlernl, aUitnra, and ilmwl, Oul I Ihf mkl Autiiior ami 1 trjuir. a. n-oSkio LKiutiUtliis utm 1 ominino- m. aail lonuul'OMWH-n 01 mi. "n, and alfa-r Ito aaid ttm day ot Hmmlier wl. ami b Ito furl to dcr of ttiWl'Mri. to. awl Itoy ara hereby authoriiaJ, dlwoWd and rviaimt lo mm aail ! " "7 imard of. fiMT aollM Item all tto I respectfully solicit a shsre of the. fiublic patronage. Biwp " -ngton Avenue. Dec. 9. '76 Grand Central Hot:!. lanU wnbraro l ia aakt toitid wku-h rtallltoa remain untl tout inltrart arrip or eUWiKto ofikbt larludcd Inlhl. .nwUn. au.l exmuiKM in iai. whkh may tornnw to IW ami exhibllod towia. loth. cxUhiI of nlorty-nva pee of tto nurelwM money, and By psr eeni A kiMAa nf SO font in everv ill rectlon trwin the polls shall be kept uneii and clear of ALL PERSONS except two challeugers, selected by each partv, ami tne persou vo- tina. Voters must bo caused to .... .. .11. .11 lion, and depart in the opposite A'al! direction. TO the Clld that tills amount of knr toad. In wrl lakMi apby Itonwr incurrrarrof Itol nllwl lale, awl aillnwl. tn addilton IV"i" tto pnrchir., emniiMimoa Ito untat al ; per mm , and two dolUr. and anveciu. ir ormtittt'Al. lo l pai.l In rurrem y. Itoy will null monthly it I" IhU Conrt, riinwinr Ito lawU s.l, l '' Supreme Court Dcclsloa li Fire OHIiiica Case. Our young friend Herman chlcsluger, who has been for the lnt five vcars tn South America, returned to Greenville lnt Sun day, and was warmly welcomed by his frlnds. lie bus grown older aud yellower by his jong residence uuder the Equator, but the suns oi South America have not dried up the fountaliisof his generous heart, and his old acquaintances will flud him the stiino genial Herman as of old. Herman was accompanied to this country by his friend and partner, Mr. Jacob ilrlllinnn. Both were Instrumeiitul iu introducing Odd Fellowship iuto Chili, aud speak tn hiah terms of the benefits that irai-hmcnt to this noble Uiucr eouferrcd upon them iu that semi- clvlHicd country. Mr. BriUmau is an Intelligent gentleman, aud has boon a traveler from his youth, aim his narratives of voyages he has made, aud couutrics he has seen, are exceedingly interesting The Best Liquors Fifteen Cents a Drink Prom Dip Cuininvrclal . Jacob Alexander vs Greenville. Tho power to establish fire lim Us iu Groenville Is fairly Implied from Its character. The ordinance will stand notwithstanding there is no chlof of fire department. Tho proceeding was properly in uatne of town council aud not in the Stuto; Constitution art. 6 sec. 18 refers to criminal prosecution aud not to recoveries for peunllies for violation of town ordinances. Af firmed. . London, Nov. 15. A St. Peters burg dispatch snys that a special from GriUid Duke Michael's head quarters at Veran Kuleh, ou the Akbaba, sex en miles smith of Kars .a a. It. J says mat uenerai iieriuuu nun TerryukssoflV corps sro besieging Erzcrouiu. Skobclt? Captires i resltles. YlciKin, Nov. lft.A special cor- . r ' I . t. rcsponueni irotn micnoruHi a h Is reported that Goucral Skobelolt' I ... ft - .JJIJ ll....t. Towu of 1 enpmrou an ntiuinoiiui i ui awn position on lliursuny. A move ment of troops Inside of l'lovun is observablo as though, a sortlo was Intended. ear I riftB Ceata Ssink For tha Boat U mars A tk Palae taleaa XIOTI02. The nndersiifued having been appointed by tho Towu Council of Gixcuvillo lo collect the delinquent taxes duo said town, now warn nil tini-cmtiti iiti'tiio- Bali! tnvpft tn Ytfte&lh Cents a Dunk come forward and settle the same ' lor suits will bo instituted niralnst tor tne Best L,iauorsem. vai.mant, 7 IIOV17 A. K. IEKQER At Luvs. imvtalnii III. V bo noniltliod Willi. Insiiectors wiil see that the places of voting are properly provided for ana prrpareu tne uay uetoro the election. All blnccs for retallluir liquors iu GreeuvUle shall be closed and uo Intoxicating liquors pcruiltted to he sold, bnrtcred, or given away, at any storo, tsveru, saloon, res taurant, or steamboat, not runulng, or olaco of business therein, du ring the day of tho said election ; ami nil inioxicatcu or uisorueriy ncrsons ilisturbiuz the oeare by noise or violence hi tho town, will be arrested. The registrars and iuiector of tho election aro con servutors of tho peace. Police offi cers iipiHiinted to ifiisrd or be pre' uiit at ilia mills and tilace of elec tion, aud allother police and peace officers are required to faithfully execute these provisions. Begsriar Hew ! mm Urai- vlllo racket. Steamer RUKZ PAESOUD. J. M. WfflTK, Mltr C. Holm.., Clerk . rr . Leave New Orleans fur iiLJGrectivllle every THURS DAY at ft n. m. leaves Hrnonviue for Now Orleans every SUNDAY. Ragnlar Jtew Orleana, Tlrkabarg. Oreetsvllle an) Arkatwlla Paekel, Steamer ZATH I. W, TontX. Itiwtrr W. K. tuliMJ, ITk . if- . Leaves Greenville for iC Arkouolls every WED NESDAY at 1-' p. in. Rcturuliig, leaves Oreeuvlllo for New Orleans everv THURSDAY otftu. m These Steamers reserve the rlirht to pass all Landings that tho Cap- i ... - U-.. tains may cuusiuor unnuiu. Passengers by these elegant Steamers to New Orleans make lightulng lime, avoiding Railroad delays and expense. The fare and general accomodations, cannot be excelled. 5TTIits line does not run here on ly through the cotton season; but also through the dull months, to nerve a public convenience: which shippers should coutintie to roctp- rocute Greenville. - - - Miss. bprli and Mini, aot taw Item m m I I of Ito part l la IhU.ult, Ukli I " ' " r I . . aft V ft I MI. Oaly sat wsi trsai ms & 9 Ti.ta bmiM has lately been enlarged and nndergono thorough repairs, patuung anu nw ture. The table will be supplied with the liest that is its me couu try, and defy competition. Give mo call. REFUGE SAL0GK. HAVIXO Now fitted up ana turn lahed my Balovn.ln tha Large Two Story Building -OK ML'libERRY STREET, UNDUE TH Refug3 Club Rc:r.3. l.KOW SOLICIT tke PUBLIC PATRON Afe.. k.lu Thw will nimwl all .uD txm I, aonp. iirat hliiH-mor twin Ukrn au or inrra, a afomald , aa of Ito dsy i.f It. rwlpl, and re turn tin miiw wlUi ttolr nmtu. Ttoy will irocenl wllhoul Uelay lomouiair aim arrna iUoflhe land, inrludrd in uid actoalule, and exhibit atwordlii lo tto ronulla. la whlrklnryara .lluaw, wiin iw inummtfnia oi llllc romwvled thmrarith, fx numtorad hy IrtlrrnrtijruiY o to naillly louml for In i wlion, and will deilvar taiil munlnH nl. of .III ... I ha nttrpliftiwIM whMirvvr Ito auiiie Ma to properly dona. Ttoy will lake ileia) to luv.ll Ito deed, (v.iir.ylng .aid laml' lo Itom or Itolr pmlini In oftlca, recorded la ito umuar mhiiiIIm where llie aaine hut not 4een done, and will pay the mala ..f Mich reKIHrallon, oik oi ny ionj inrir mm. miliJcl bv a mI At Mid land.. Ttoy will tht) vrratml iinlillrity lo IhU prot'euilliwr, !I.U ik. M.I !!( of Ihla decree. bT elreular. aud nnllee. In avveral ot Itokwilliur newaiwiHira In una un, ami wiii .pay ine ixorthe aanw nut ot money ai lalne; front M'lwofl.nda. Ttov wlllnlrlke (rommidllal or arto tut all land, which an Inipmiierly nrliulnl Itorein. awt execu e tn tto owner.. ilee.U of releaxa thereto, on Itolr myinctwo ilullttra ai d any rein nr im com oi aaui eon revanrc. Ttoy may employ irml In wrrral i.nlU.a Innluilail in Ito IVM DUtrlot. erto- teilhy tto aald Aet oflwffl, to ascertain tto . III .. 1 . L - ...... .... IIM. I aine oiaam lawifl. aai in. naiuiv vn m thereto, and lo aid In the mle of audi laiul. a wall am the takllia ona-cloa thereof, and lamina- the naiM. anil may eirea iiwn Ito enmiienaalloil lo M nam miq -nia, oni oi ltodiM'felaor.aleor Ito lamia ninmaen oi Dy or inroiifrn ineni, nw nw f" centum of llw dune, IhU tto aald onmna llim .Imll Wholly deiend nmn tto wtiial aale or lands and Innoerenl toatoolnle. Onleiwl, wljuilgeil d deirroeil, thl. th dayorSeplemtor, A. 1. 1S77. (Seal) E. u. FK I TON , Chancellor. A true copy from tbe minute. W. T. lUTurr, Ck-rk. Dy t. P. Ciiilm, I). O Orru a or Liquid itinq Lkvm Commi- Jackms, Mm , Oct. T, 1977. S In accordance with the pniviclon. of Die above decree, tho Innita embrace 1 lliereln are now iibjeot to purchase sir the riarlnal waera Matll Deeeiuber let, IST7, mmm after that time by any an plylna, vpmm the payment r Llajal Satins Leva taae anl fee, na set forth in aald ere W. II. (iinns, and W. L HKMMINUWAr, , , ComiuUelonen. oct JO-1 J Town Taxes NOME ct Tim DEST LiqVORH KEPT. doc23 FKEB1I ( Door ). fx , F ALWAYS i on HAND. ISENBEItb. r -A nthol New Mackerel f Lj i i.oir Itaemla. nuartor IU BMTCUl ..v , -ft ,- barrels snu its m ,,- B. UUliU3aiitiio Aftkr THfc Pobk.-Two or three months ago our town council Issued an edict forbidding hogs to run at large wlihln the corpora tion. But the hogs gave no neea to the ordinance, but contluued to plow the streets. This was sing tnir defiance at the rulers, snd they got np steam ou their collars and nut tin a little loo on uie uve r - - - . . . resulted In a great lngauwruig pork. Mr. Lsm Collier sua ms iwa bull duos were engaged to isnt dowu mid bring la ihedls stiM iwlue, mid ths way they ant for 'them was cautlolr to Cottoi Market. Cot ion' in Livkrpooi.. Nov. 15 Noon. Moderate inquiry, freely supplied. Middling up lands, 6 8-8d; Middling Orleans, 8-4d. Sales 6000 bales, 1000 of which were for speculation and export. New Orleans, Nov. 15.- Demand good, with sales of 8000 bales. Good ordinary, 9 5-8 to 9 74; low m.ddllng, 10 1-8 to 10 1-4; mid. dllug, 101 to 10 ; good middling, 11 1-8 to 11 8-8. New York, Nov. 15. Cotton steady. Middling upland, 11 4-8 ; Orleans, lljc. galea 1003 bales. Stick and Fancy Candies. A large, frosh, and well selected stock oOttck aud fancy candies, olesftTo and retail, at 8. UOLDSJUtTrTS. At his home on Doer Creek in this county, Mr. W. F. Smith on the 3rd In d. Mr. Smith was one of the oldest citizens of ths eonn- AT LUVS, i , The Best Liquors f Fifteen Cents a Drink Washington, Nov. 15. Kellogg has concluded bis auswer to Spof- ford, and will submit it Saturday night. In the meantime he will nive 8notTord s copy of his snswer and both cases will go before tbo I ub committee togethciv SHERIFF'S SALE. STATE Of MISSISSIPPI, I Washington County. Iii Washington Circuit Court, to April term, 1078. A. Baldwin & Co. vs. J. Y. Johnson and John Manifold, surviving part I tiers, ate. ) uoweu, uuuo a uo. vs. J. Y. Johnson and John . Manifold, surviving ( partners, &c. By virtue of the above execution tome directed, 1 shall ex none to Publio bale, at the door of the Court Moiiso in Greenville, within the hours prescribed by law. to tho highest bidder for ah, ou The Tint llonday of J&nu&ry next. 1878, (It being the 7th day) all the right, Mtlo and interest ol the defendants J. Y. Johnsou and and John Manifold, surviving part ners, etc., Iu and to the following described property, to wit : The west half ot lot 8, block 1, of tho third hdditlou to the town of Greenville; that poriioti of lot i of the same block adjoining said lot 8, aud measuring 'J8 feet front on Mam street, sua runnn.g oacit between parallel lines 880 feet be tween the east portion of said lot 2 ; Hie whole measuring 78 feet front on Main street, and running back between parallel lines 880 leet. All si tiatcd in the town of Green ville. Washington county, Missis sippi. . The same having been levied upon as the property of the defeu danta J. Y. Johnson and Jobu Manifold, surviving partners, etc., and will be sold to satisfy Faiu til's claimaud all costs. W. E. HUNT. toril of Wa-alafton Uoa(y. Bv D. V. Huf T. D. 8. nov. 17,177, i HOTXC2. Being unable to leave my Drug store, my customers will confer a great favor by calling at the store and paying me the amount of their accounts; and all persons to whom I am Indebted will please present their claims for payment, I take this occasion to thank my friends for their libural support. I will keep constantly carefully selected Drugs, to be Implicitly relied upon. All prescriptions aro put up in person, and prices in accordance with the limes. hoy 10 X. C. SKINNER. NOTICE. The firm of Jno. II. Nelson & Co., goes into liquidation from and after this date. The undersigned will uavall liabilities ofssidtlrm and is alone authorized to collect debts due same. JON. II. NELSON, Greenville, Nov. 1, 1877. Coputatrtliip. We the undersigned havo this day entered Iuto copartnership as Wholesale Grocers and Commis sion Merchants, uuder tho name and style of Nelson, White ft Co., aud respectfully solicit the patron age of tho public. JNO. II. NELSON, C. 8. WHITE, JONTE EQUEN, Greenville, Nov. 1, 1877. L. CaslFFAL, FACniOUADLI. BOOT AND SHOEMAKER. (71 have employed three good excelleut Journeymen, aud I am prepared to mi nil orders WITH DLiPATCU. SHOP ON MAIN IT.. Crr Lsentt. ii Tho tax payers of the town of Creonvillo are horeby uolitied that taxes are now due and payable at mv office. The following is a state ment or said taxes: General purposes, - 9 mills. l'auper ruua, i Teachers' fund, 3 School contingent, 1 Kailroad, i Tax payers are further notified that taxes unpaid upon the fif teenth of December will be de linquent, and additional cists and damages will accrue upon tho snnio TH. I'OHL, scp29 City Tax Collector. HXNRT E. IXILLEH, MeBUfacturer of and Dealer la Saddles, Harness. Col . lars, Bridles, and Harness takers' E&tsri&l, Mulberry Street, Greenville, Everything pertaining to his Hue at prices that defy competition. Lace and Whang Leather for gin bands. it is p aTr ing neatly and cheaply done. . Give mo a call when you come to Greenville, and my cheap prices will astonish and please you. November 10, 1877; GrccDville C'iCfy vheBest Bread, Cakes, Pastry and CONFECTIONARIES Alwaya kept. ORDEB8 SOLICITED for BAI' 8 Patties, Weddings, Ete. On Main Strst, bstwsn Mulberry and Loonst AaVACza nor. 18, 17'!. ALEC ANDERSON. tut orxTdi, . . Mulberry Street. GREENVILLE. I take ploasuro in announcing that I can supply tho publio with all articles iu my line of business, and keep on hand all kinds of cook ing ana heating stoves. Also, Chain Pumps of various makes. Particular attention paid, to all kinds ot Job Work. Gutter ing put up in any portion of tho country. All orders executed with out dly. ap2V76-nS8. L. WILCZWSKI G CO DRALaBS IV Dry Goods ,. AMD ... . . ., . OltOCERIEO. BOOTS and SHOES, IIATfJ AUD CAPS, AND Comer Waahliif ton artnue and Mulberry at. sept. 6,1874 tiiiococe fq::l, 4 MULBERJRY STREET, Orceavlllc, - Klisslssfppf'. 8UCCK8SOH TO NATHAN POIIL. WholHale aad Retail Dealer In Foreign and Domest'P .TOnn, Porter, Alt, 02QAC3 andTODACc'o WE call especial attention to oar wnll inlftad ttoek nf Old Eentucky Bourbon piUNE, Port, Sherry and Ma deira Wines; Gulncssee' Por ter, Bass and MeEwan Ale: 1861 I Old Lifgarde Brandy, Old Holland um. . . , . . . Beleot brands of mayl.lSTt j. KnionTiLA. (SUCCfcSSOB TO T. O'COSSXB ) ' Ssddfe and Harness M-kcr . Shop oh Washington Av. stantly on I hand every t thiuglnhis V Mnot , , AU V f H.ra- pairing, done on and wor.ir Sells short notice. cheap. Public patroiing"! solb-itni..' June:', 177. . - burned. jtrsusiTCSsord. .