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HABCH 8, 1879. 5 ECLES. TERMS. v, inadvaaee.tStOO Jhs. in tdvun SHO M RATES- .tlsinr. One .jsertiou, $1:50 at Insertion.. 75 notices, which art thit Head, due on ;blication. No proof t paid for fflie "jr.m . f v l VOL 11. greehvuxe, rASHiNoro:: coo?:ty. miss.. Saturday, march s. ism Ote W J to B!U Sail Reals. Yicl.litirg Herald. CoJ. Lyons, Presidem oi too ialf-yearly Akd Hclcua railroad, U pushing that tY bates: beautiful little roau aiongm at liberal Ratee. that merita Iheespeclal aitcution of the public iu MiWippl- w 1 Notices, except road begins opposite Helena, at ,injr the flrat inser- fjinrlo. in Coahoma couutjr Mis- . til 1... I " . . a tfuenwni, .,..intlt d it now eouipicieu A,D''""""I . miles, to Joue.boro. It or marriarea free. t. .initio? a good business, and i a Isli to indulge nM convenience to the citiaens personal noiicea , - ...,,,. hA to pay In accord- along me nn. u...r ---nature of their artl-1 no mouev. but they keep working all tho time, lengthening tuo road :xotTNCiKO casdi- n.vtpir laborers with the re- Office., tP- io i uara work, pii """"'i - ... : . , . i es. ......... o .Hie energy tase mo pmcQ transient customers tipcUm, aud tho result is tho road . t ..1. WAkW Skill ...... . . a in, ir -- i giowiy but aurely uunuing tiseii. jDSCnpuon, , wiWiirlnr.Frelrht y the Cnsh looutain i a ire ,,"" 1 : Wnnita of regular Agent. Collector: and General land presented the gnncrii,tenilent of the train white on d ut jr. T he Presidcu I toe i no work of three or four men, aim the book-keepcr la freight receiver shipper and accountant. A mixed train rnn that make mreo or fiur trips a day, rnuulng whon necessary thirty miles an hour, Hurrah for Col. Lyons say wc, Hotter Way. nth. I Distance- from 2NVILLE AMI .LOUIS, 4aa lane., Lttlrr fruB Dr. laMri. C9th, lViveri'y belong to the people dowment !n the latter capacity, 1t.:l 1879. JiMiHili Milt. . It ..14 a. The Exccutivo Committee of tho Vicksburg and Memphis ral.ron 38 I , ' , . l..r.......ut mnatiiiir vABtorda os I for the purpose of au Interchana ....... of Idea with lieu. S. B. Btickucr, renrsenlath'O o " I - I. ..II ... in a number oi eastern rapiwn'i i . i .... . im u:i.n. n.iclcner. was tvo icaru, ia- "' vorablv imiiressfld with tho pro ... 1!.t ..IT.iIh. nf lll.l I 111.) i-O I Clll cowmiuu ui !. - aud i still l)iiy eu i)ea io.ikiu at the matter. He, In company with Dr. Uowmir, vUlted ih pio posed Huo of tho toad yesterday hninix.n tho citv and National ...90.1 ...w ...til ..iiu VaMcn, January Hon . Barksdale: Dear Sir: One wlios inpaihues and is soliaitou for the education of the Indigent yonthf the State cau but rejoice that I am devising a il n bv which so beneficial a re- suit can be obtained. I Lure now at Oxford tweuty Ave young men boarding on the "Mess rlai," that it two or three lu a room with rations furuWhed, principally do lnr ihrirownoo ikiiltf. It is true I have warm bread furuUhed every morning at their room boior breakfast, the residue bolui wrVLt! hr ihemselres. as tin ir tip; etiie requires. The best article I can buy iu St. Louis and Sew Orleans are supplied, with a commissary in churgo to issue to each without limit or restriction. Iain asxured by these young men, Ihey could not be bettor fed or hotter satisfied at any boardiug house, especially as thev coutit ou iudemulfying mo in my expenditures when aide. The articles furnished are sugar cured hams, sweet bread, warm from tho baker's oven frcsli butter rice, syrup, sugar aud coffee. Iu nvlilnnca of 111 V SUCrCM QUltO B ii'imbcr of regular boarder have adopted this modo of living and when tho fathers aud mothers of others will divest themselves of fulse pride and eucoiirw their so.ih Uo to divel llutiHelV'-s or It and adopt this plan nnd be-cdu uin.1. r:ithnr than iri'ovv ni In Ignorance and bo able only t com urtih h coinmou lilltiii'er of ttio coiitrv. who cm only ho ist of hU muscular powers. '1 hero is mi inexhaiistlbl'i mluo "f brain in Mississippi, which liko lln) utaroln of rough exterior cau wtin mo xiMilutora chisel ho d'.-vclopml in great beauty, usefulness uud good I have twenty-uvool that ciu-i tn young men, and seven hoarding out making 32 at my own expense of Mi-iipii aud let ioih ru n and por enjoy aliko Us benetits, and at we know the poor cauuot we should help them. Amongst my "mess" students, are several worthy son of tho Confederate dead, and for Mississippi to do her duty .1 e sh utd with prulo aud pleasure refuse to divide iho honor with any iu their education. Had I the health, I would canvass this subject through theSiate. I kuow her peoide ara most philanthropic charitable and liberal, and would bestow. If properly adproarhrd on so worthv a cause. Th press has ulwvs been kiud tomt In pnMisli iug my suggestions and as a p ner at publication of this may lead, many young men to seek to bo educated, I kindly ak it at their bauds. Your friend C. M.VAIDEX. l.iUi allrttihitlt tt lllat l!kt a lit! IU itc aviv v t rudorment. Tie sixth endorse- is by Gen Ruger, commanding the ATTORNEY AT LA1T, Department of tho boutit. no oki.Enviu.k miss recommends to the adjntani-gesi. era! that Cugres bo soikitcd to pass an act covering the ca.e, aud W. FEUOl'SON, W. A. EKCY. COURT TSaai 4th.;0I8TBICT. CIRICITCOVET. B. E. TRIMBLE, JuJ. C. W.CUrkc, PUl Attorwj Coahoma rouutv :d Mouday of September and March continue in t ve d.ivs. Uolivar osuntr 4th Monday ol September and. Msrih cuulinoe t i-lve nay. Washington eounty 'ia Monaay of October aud April continue thirty day. Sunflower county Sd Monday of November and May coutinue six data. ... Kliatkev eountv 1th Monday or November aud May continue, tlx davs. ... Usaauena counlv 1st Monday w, o. teroer. of lKeiiner andJuac coutinue 170 33. Foroy & Terffor, Invites allentlon to Capt. Loyd's ATTORNEYS AT LAW, exnlauatiou- Iho sevenlu eu I twelve days. dorsemeut is by Wiatleld S. Han- rock, major-gi-nersl, coiumanding the Division of the Atlantic. Ho merely Invite Iho attention of Gen. Townsend l tho previous endorsements, aud then Gen. Townsend endorses the paper to - secret .-irr ot war. .uioii;j iu paper is a mas of orders and re ports, some by Paymaster Uoehes- tor. some by Deputy mi.inerma ter General Klkiu, and soma from , unit ... S72 ....an ....!tt ...T ...4411 ....4sl ....411 . ...5i j ....r.rt ....KIO be I ii.fy.ilv tnereiuml another Veitr. If our next loals atura will ap.iro nrlatfl SWO, i will guarantee it ! sliull carrv from that tourco 100 it r tiuin III (If Mil i.ilont of the ! niiiiilini I send. Call tlio Lcgisla RED TATE. kdTeniiesM'eLlns.. (Kcntiwkjr Line.. Cemetery. II our merchants and bumes's J mcuBcrlously wish for this -',tl I whether I got help or not frum to bo built, now I tho time to take it tM ),0 live, tomo action in rogaril to ttw mai ler. " Gen. Burkiier has boen sent hero by ciiplttdlsts of tho North ami East, to look into Its feasibility and their action will ho based on tho report ho tr' vet of tho matter The coutract heretofore given for f,.osi,ov evidences of stat-smaii .10 1 nnnat ruction of tho road has I i,i,,.,1.,.ip,. n,.,i cdue.aiing its expired by limitation, and oilier vou,,g , m!,o and female? W nr. iS bidders aro doubtless at hand who nllft,.UHiv taxed every voir for .at k.vi, itin menus to forward It to I . i,, ,,,:,,,, ,.i 1(w,.s. ami half ol' M I lll.IV. w I W I'- l ' m ..nioi.intlon. Tt Is a nutter ot I, u ivom luek id couipn m ImnoiUnce to our prosperity, vital t . t ,(.aci.rg- To obviate this hd ' ir? and nothing should bo left ttudoue ., b ou nlua appropriation . is7 u-i.tpi, win in 1 10 least lorwaruus , .,,1.,-nt,, mo voitn-r men who bio '. completion. General Buckucr. l00 j,nr to educate thcmselvon, and iu s few yoars our race win ne ,,.,ii..i with icne.hcsr from tho nianner born " iu lull suiui iency Mv Pliiu of educating the class of young niitti lam striving to 110 whs . .1 l nml l'ldteii cd and a lllMsjl. " " failure predicted. U was suggest Washington, February 15. Il seems that the trousers aud blaukel of Privalo Win. Him , Company F. Eiahteeuth Uuited btates Iufan- trr, are si ill betoie Congress. A report on them has lately been made by tho Scuttle committee on militury affairs. Probably such an exaggerated caso of red-liipeistu never occurred before. It tuns rates better than anything cau the manlier ill Wlllull UU-llies m run .liicted in Wiisliiujtou. It Is uo wmider l hut tlie head of bureaus aud department re roiiltnutilly for more clerks and mes senger and porters and laborers not w it listandiug the fact that these employees sre now so thick they ar continually running ngaiust nnell Jl'liel'. or Stel'IllUg OU Clicll Lot her. or wakiug each other, up with snoring. Tho case ol i rlno u:... heleilv stated. Is t liii-i lie was stationed with hi rompony ut Aiken, 8. C in t7t. and while aideep his leni eiiuht fire, iiomuo narelcstuess of his, and his trous ers nnd blanket wero "damaged lo their full value," of tho ankle wn$3 6". A gvatulhxts i-stto of a pair of trousers and blanket wns made to 1 lines by order of the de part men. commander, uud here began tho trouble. In tho first Wines was not in Dominion to ap pear ou parade, even lor tlio pur ;..so ol Intimidating the Ku-Klux ol South Carolina, and someiiiing Imd to bo d in;'. Tito aeehluiit, win -poi led tothn sergeant, who ro- ATTonNF.Y AT LAW, Greetivlile, Miss. OtuVo In Alexander's building, iittier ofilccrs. showing how ami oy n Tsioo. r A MoTOoaat, Ja, Tries dc Montgomery, CII AMCEttY COVET. W 0 Puslt llttMSUor. Coahoma count v 1th Monday of October and April, aud coutinue twelve days. Bolivar countv su moiiut November and May, and contlune twelve days. Wuciiliivtnit count r 4th Mon Jmhufcktnctt. ,iv of November and May, and SHXSL93 & SKINNEIl :.uc October nml April, aud conuuuo six davs Greenville, Miss. O. W. CLAIUTX. Attorney at Law, GhKF.SVlLLK, MlBS. j. w. shi. a.. ! we understand, was favorablv Im- f2 nressod with tho general surround. Ings. though uotuing duvbu iniur llii'..'l l'l.!i' a .i ftnrrA or ideas transpired at the i HinM'lll I l till, mutiiiiiii'"1' i viio'ifio - .'.'.! mootiug of tho road's commutoc . 4vs .,i i.tniac f. m ... Meridian Mercury whom tho issue was made. A year ago the secretary of war seat a copy of U theso doruments and endorsement to the House of Kep- resentatives and respectfully re quited "the sanction of Congress for tl.u Issue of said clothing." The document wero referred to tho military committee, and Gen. MeCook nmdo a rcry elaborate re port, which Is full ol grave humor. He commend Iho wisdom ot tuo coptulu, who concluded that the honor and dignity of tlio union Slates would bo put in Jeopardy by llines appearing on dtityJ In a pair of trousers " damaged to their r..!t vntiie." The report says: ' The question of a gratuitous Issue of clothing Is now tettled, and white lllne may bo indiffer ent to the trouble ho has given captains, colonels, major-generals, aeei;etnry of wnr and a Congre gresslonal rotumltti'o, ho can cou ti ul himself with the ruuvction that he hns neither worn nor lost bis ti-iiusors In vain." Th" report tloses asT.'itow! " Thry cannot howerer, dismiss the subject with out culling aiteniioii to tho almost iicrfert svstem of cheeks and guards thrown aroitud the lesuiug ot gov- eminent property. Iho thougtit- uss may call It red tape' or cir- . '.. . 1... ... t a 1 ..I tl tflitna eiimiociilion, oui wii'iu'i' - oduy would ho lu undisputed pos session ot a ptdr of trousers and a blanket to which ho would havo no legal title. As It U, tho system 1ms broa vindicated, tho right of the United Stales to Hinos's trous ers fully cHtublMiod, and his per- somd uud pceuniiiry rcsponsiiniity determined. ATTOBNEYS AT LAW, OKKENVILLE, MIH. Sharker rouutv 2d Monday of October and April, and coutinuo six days. , Sunflower cottniy 1st aioimay of October and April, and con- . t i liuue iiiuiyi Supreme CotRT. Tnu nfSlinrelllO COUrl COm- tli 3rd Mondavs of April W. K. TUlGli & i. it. -iwuuti, M,d October. JOIIN'SOSVlttK, Suntimtr County, Mlsstulil. w. S. FAUlSH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ORKF.NVIM.E, MISS. JVIHiEA OrTItr. SL'I'REME COVBT. It E Sl.nmll. hl-C Jusltr. II tl I lilBtri, J. A. P. CikU SUrk, AMuclktml UltTCT ClIPOB. V. . Ctm ilT COVRT. Jnit Lirrk T. R. BAXRD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Greenville, M!s. J a. Rueks. L. T. Buck RUCKS & RUCKS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Greenville, Miss. Kolit. A. nut. Geo. 1'. Swsnn, T.rni. IimIb In J.ckMin oa th lit. Na- day. lu May and Nov-nUwr. U. DISTRICT COURT WOR SOt'lltERS UIHTUIITOFMISS Jllill Llel JAMES E. NEGUS, Real Estate Agent (Suecfuor tii the Into V. A. lUjcmft ) Makes tho payineul of Taxes n minclaltc. GRKRNVIM.C Miss. Meridian Mercury. that tt.cy would be slimmed by ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::g u,i th. mother J lull(mU Rll,n)llt litll0 r.::v.::",.:::::,.:::::::::::::.S stamon, ti superintendent of .i.e ' n b Prof0Mr.. i:::::::....::.:.. . .,;:.?r1 Sc,,na.n,o and Da ton railroad JIo better ho- f:::::::r.::::::::::::.::::::::.: ktiiod m the iut bridge aceido .t, L '7,8"ynmnil hMllCMilott, n.oAnn from Ohio and tho other C Taxation Philadelphia, hastened to him by ihenulckcst routo and with tuo I . linn air!t'lll beflirO llC venlence of reference, wo , uTiaL B ,d tho other ...,i.iiui. . i.i.Iai. .tntn. breathed his last aud tho ouior, itatc, Lcvco and Town after, hut 1 tlmo to sco him laid t it. Inst rentliiir ulaco. The .noj iu . . - cj or PniviLKOR Taxes parcllt9 ,oct thus for tho first tlmo Law 1878. . . . t nrg jj0ng ycars Bgo .lock inuhn-tt.OOO e oo lnl1 1 , ' j,..-,.....! -...!.,... ii.-h . in no ihnv senaratod and wero otvoitea BiwiauifSiiwivtviiiii" i . . Kamw nf tM jum ti pl ima . ISM vntittrT StftlUOtl 100 K lUS veiwR ui iwt v - uaivt ;v lock iirw,ooo to T,ow oo motiiel.'g nmldcn sur-uamo. Both iSSaK khp.rnl.ww ro-marrled, and .tnrknfSii.oootii.i.uoQ...SJ oo I to mako the sirango occunuu t nock oftiJ.oooioJo.ooo... moo jh mor0 angular they wero both itMkofW,Mto25.0i0...6p 10 atock of til.OBO to 55,001 . . .Sit 00 rtstock ,0MtO 50,009.. ..loo Oil rt .lock oVottSO, 000 U.0 00 Statr Tax 1878. purposct.SJ mills bnty Tax Ltvy 1878. Bonds of County 3 mills, ul Bonds 1 " fax S ; Tax 6 havod young moil in college, nouo striving harder to bo educated and none command mora respect Frofes-ors and student than tney do. . .. ' If this svstem of " Mossing w as generally known to cost so little il would cause many a young uinu in siivo 1.1s hurd earnings and go to Oxford and be cdueateu Young men cau do this without appeuliug to charity. A young inline tm man. twenty iwo rid, In boots and llao cloth, owning a horso and wuteU, recently called n m.. i..e belli. 1 urged him lo DR. J. L YOUNG, Resident Dentist. OttEENVILI.B (ifti:t Bii.atslr. over A. 11. rlnlajr Co. prtiR 8tnr. Washington Av. Teoth Sxrractod Without Pain nov. 4, 1870. n..k. k llllt r.i iv K...II. link. SMlnifV rnmnwnr In 'Jsrkaon the 4lh Uonilay ofuu ami January. COUNTY OfliClAlS. usaBBRS erTusaoASDorsvriBTisoM. rirst DtslrlrtA. W. WICKUrri;. Swnna IHstrlct W. M WOIITHINUTOS. Third Dlstrlit A B. C.tnsON. Murth Pislrlct Jno M Mrtutrlwn k inh PUtrlcl WISSTOS E. WKST Regular meetings aro held by Iho Hoard of Supervisors on tho 11 Mondays of January, March, Jul)-, August, and October, inn may eoittltiuo In session 4dayt and uo longer. Mrmhvrt of l.psl'liiluro W. A. PERCY, WAHK HAMPIUN, Jr. Senator from 2l)lh plstrlrt. W. 9. FAUISil. accompanied on the tad pllgrimogo likii oll Uoie ttlHi . it. Ami I . . hv their respective mates. And thna hannened. ItroDaUlv ino aw i' r ' ttrangest meeting that ever occur red at a death-bed scene. it ii onnty Tax 12 millt. Town Taxes, 1878. 7 mills 3 " 1 " 7 " U w t Purpotet, Jno, I Road Bond, ilroad Bond, partmont, Levee Taxes. 1878 jonttrnction tax, one-quar- t per pound ou cotton, property, real and personal, valorem tax oi o mm. l.lft iii hnnda." OUO QUar- t ner pound ou cotton, and i one-half ceutt per acre on !"8 oentbondt" fire cent tm Alt Isitlfl. waleh, for money, Joiu my wei at Oxford, pay hi way tho nwt year, aud I would tho secw' would guarantee tho ttud watch would su.50. My Com About eighteen months ago a m. kHn. M rekular set ot lawyer by thr name of Crockett b k ci,tt,iug each with what ho Howry' killou J. m. cijiiii) av uli ttBa Mt mo euu oi uvui iuu... Meridian, both men being umir lllBe hi report to me. i tho influence of Kqnorat the lime. ,n0 reports ot January aud Deceui Honrv gave bond and afterwards hBr bofore mo making an average of hardly t each, it l i rue i v) fof the goods at whol.isale price aud furuidi at tho same, i m ex clusively lor board. Kvery young man furnishes bed clothing and. with that twenty-live dollar pay for his lucl and incidental uxponso he beiug exempt from certain tax es others are subject to. I would gladly see a lax of 10,030 per year levied, and pay my part cheerfully i to have from out to two hund-ied youcs teen educated wio could uot otherwise taeiluoa t Yd IvtV r t "i ran off, aa he supposed ho would K himir or seut to the neuiteni'iiry for a number of years, for H Is said he murdered McPuny wttnom oauso. widow of McDuffv .insti tuted a tult agalint J-M- Hale, taloon keeper for damagot, alleg ing that her husband became in toxicated from liquor sold by Hale. The children of Jtne deceased also brought suit for damages Against Hal under the samo statute. In the cue of Mri. McDu2y the nnit u compromised by defendant confessing judgment for (3,0 ported it to tlio eonfmander of tho dDtaoIiiiieiit. Ha ordered a hoard of survey too-tiiiiato tho damage. A first lieutenant was detailed as president and a second lieutenant as recorder. This board sat, so to speak, on Trlviito llinos's trous ers and blanket ami they made a report In due form. As before slated, a gratuitous Issuance of the articles.lolloivnd and it is supposed Hine was satisfied. Tim returns of tho Issue wero for warded from o officer to n"-,nur until they reach-! ue qnarieriiiu- mr-gcneral. 'this oiliccr (wi Meigs) disallowed the isstto lor want of tho approval ot tuo secre tary of war. 8 tho articles were charged against tlio pay ot l rivuio Ilines. Hero tho correspondence begun iu caruet. H'iub's captain wr ite to the adjutant-general of tk' army asking Iho permission the secretary of wur to rrc'i't with tho money vabie of to arti cles. Gen. Tonnsd, theessenco f n.ililinrv ivoprlety, rotumod ' ,..... t.. the le'ter --iy throitgh department hcadquartors nllliKt his attention to paragraph 451, army regulatloiis.'and saying that uo gratuitous Issue of cloth lug could bo made, except as pro vided lu general orders 68 of 1867 and No. 23 of 18G8. On Its way through tho military tines Gen. Rugor ordered In adjutatit gener al to suy that there was something defective iu bourd of survey. Whcu It reached tho hands of tho post adjutant ho slap on tin In dorsemeut uud directs tho captain of Company F to report, the facts, The raplaln of Cmnpanv F wns Thomas J. Loyd. Tlio Post adju tant ma le his endorsement, " By order of Cpt. Thomas J. Loyd," andCnpt. Loyd returned to Iho post adjutant a long endorsement explaining tho clrciinisiunees and recommending that all the papers he int lo Urn secretary of wur, " With the View of having iho case troc'it to the attention, ot the rrror '-mtnlttee of Corress." T' :t nr' t A special dispatch from Colum bus, Ohio, to Iho Cincinnati Ga zrtt says:"In the Jail of this county under tho sentence of death for muider, lies a negro with a stran?e historv. Iu November, 18i Denial Notloo. i W, E Hunt, , C M Joliiwon. I. V. M. Wslkln, Jno P riolajr ItoSlmi 8. Archfr, rilirrill. ( hanr.i y Clrrk CilVBit Clerk. County Trraanrer. Cullntjr Aaaestor. School Siipcrinttmlcnt. IllitU At U 1 1 1 v- !.....- - in the most foul ud wanton mau ner. Thu negro Sum Hall, was I hnvo looirtml here permaiiunll v, and twtdcr my piofesslonal survl vt to the peoplo of Groenvllle aud surrounding country. ij--Olllco over tho store of C. W. Lewis & Co. HENRY ROBINSON, dec7 ' Dentist. . i ... . 1... nl l)('llrf orrcsieuou tm. -,...,.., r-i . c. ........ tho murderer, and WVH tngillBBl Ct out vujmi . ir.ted anu scniciiceu I GnKRKViM.il - Miss. Real Estate Agent, tl. circumstantial evulenee wu9 strong against him, and tho slierlll of Muscogeo sworo to tho best of hisbeleif to thu Idnntity of tho in g.o. He was sentenced to bo hung. Ho now states that In 1872 ho was sentenced to tlio penitent iary for tifto'U year for horse stealing, f lo "fleeted his e-eapo in Fcbr"i'y, 177, and was conse qicnlly In jail in November, 1870, when tho murder was committed. This story has been substantiated lit tho most eomploto maimer, and tho innocetico of the negro of the crime of murder clearly proved Tho negro says when ho was ar rested on the charge of murder, ho felt, nt he knew himself Innoeeut that he could not bo convicted. Ho therefor? declined to acknowledge himself an escaped convict uulil ho found that his life depended on it. He will, of course, bo carried buck to jail lo serve out his sen tence for h-irsn stealing. Chlcngo Timet. In a speech to Iho Hamilton county Democratic club ou Satur day, Judge Hoadly, of Cincinnati, declared for Tilden and Hendricks in 188", and tlio announcement brought "down the houso lu storms of applause." This pro gramme may possibly bring down a seven by nine house In Cincin nati in 1879, but It isn't calculated to bring down the White House iu 1880. . lu tho opiuion of tiie Raymond Gazette senator Lamar trill name the BMousor of Bruce. In the exact language of the Gaietto 'takeout V.'.zl; Warren, CMcia siw.t laL : a c:l:f c:ra- (Espcclat attntlon given to paying taxo.) July 20 tt. d7b. o'bannon, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, GREENVILLE. Court Pays 1st and 3d Mondays. Olllco tip-stairs In Minis' building tows ornciALs. Mnyor, E noURUES. CoiuidlDien Jno. W. WARP, N.UULPSTf.l.V, l. It NEmig, A LATCMEK. rlcrk, W. A. Evermnn Trfti'iirer, 'Jiwoilore IN.hl ( HtM irshal, U. A. Ilnrris. Stint liunrrvlsor. W H. Usrvor The Town Council meets on tho 1st Tuesdays of each month. Boars Xitiitiityl Ltvtt Comaittlmeri. Regular Meetings second Mondays ol January anu uuiy. ((1MMH.IOSI.HS. S W. KKUUL'SOX, President. Chri' II. smith, I Wnnhliuton Counlv. C T Worlhlntrton, I T, W. Hayes, Iiwaiiena county . Win. Gltilions, Sharkey county. W. A EvrmD, Secretary and Tiemorer, T. 8. Amlerson, Ennlneer. a M (9 $ O u n a n 0 o rt u i "5 V j 00 v O A a rt tn rt a cupp tm. co. fctia Tt-i til C-zl: ' Postal Dlrectlom. Alt o,tnc must lie paid by Poatairo Stamps Utters In Uie fnllol State per half ounce 1 ceiita. Drop trtten, per half ounce at letter carrier office cents. Prop letters, per hntf ounce ai non- carrler otSf 4 1 wit. ItitiiU-rcit letters, In addition to the proper ponton 10 ccntas Pnatal cards each .1 cent Pamphlets, occasional palillcallona, transient npwspaiwrs, mnnatines, books, s7rtdicala, posters, hand bills, printed iheet music, proa pectuses, maps, and proof-sheets, for every two ounce or fractional part thereof. i 1 Prlntol cards and blanks, litho graphs, sterwschile flew, boek manuscript, nncenlcd elrriilar, sls, cuttlnr, hatha, roots . and actons, mcrchnmtls nnd samples, In packages not cxcealiBg 4 lb, in weight, per nttaco 1 tent- (The address of the tender, togeth er with tin word "from" Indi cating from whom th rwknge comes, may now be written either , Insido or ostside Ih package, a well a statement of th contents of th package.) Newspapers and periodicals, to rcg lureubacribera. weeklr or often' er, per pound 1 eeahti Newspaper sad periodicals, to reg- , H ttlar subscribers, lea frequently than weekly, per pound i ttnte: reriodiod exceeding two ouaeo Ih weight, dcpculttd. la letter-carrier oDIcm fur local delivery, ench ? teent. All matlernot at leMer rate, must be pre paid in full, and so wrapped that II oaa be amuKd wlthoul destrayuc th wrapper. poUon, MploslTM aad tlbn daa- rnlaodv ' - H b Pl Utter t f ?wat. I t l In the case the jury rtrti rr;::t fxr t " r" " - f x's- ri c:: . J f ; f;r .-yrt f-J- . mm 1-8 et jer nor on land uv and Town taxes in rl 1 1-1 tnt UoniirU Ct t:r :ir.