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I:i(frrst'Dj to Mtmphlao. Ail investigating committee uf theTt'imr-fisce It"'IIttturc uncarth- to believe that ho is the decided choice of tliU'conuty aud section of the Stato, it U proper that wc should give utterance to this pref erence. Our citizen ato Justly proud uf tlio mpututioti that Le has established iu his brief public career; aud would tumirmotifdy rejoice over hi elevation to thit exalted position, for ivlikli they believe him so eminently rjualitlcil. Sorry Reading, COXURi;33 ADJOURXEI). Tin) uresi Uitmatclic ol tlio nro- coeding iu Congress .over tho " Yellow Fever Hill " makes sorry reudii! for those desirous of its passage. ' Tho bill as passed by the feenatu was prepared by a com mittee of which ex-tiovcrnor Har ris was chairman, rant Mr. Lamar was a member. So wo may safely presume- that it possessed all th, essentials of what wo desired oi suuh a bill. Yet w hen It enme to tho House, Iu its last days ot ses- tion, Mr. Casey Young tacked an nmendmont on it which killed It. Too lato ho saw his deplorable blunder, worse on Bticlnn occasion than a crime, and bogged tlio house to pass tho hill as it came from tiie fconato ; but it could not lo reach cd in that shape at that Into hour, nud so tho representative from fuvcr-stricken Memphis will carry Jionio to bis constituents there- tponsibility of having defeated the bill designed for their protection Neither did tho "Levco Dill" get through tho Senate. Tho now Congress w ill meet on the 18th, with a Democratic ma jority iu both branches. KVNS.IS M)lis ' Ick burg Hciiilil. The lion. William Murrell will deliver an address to tho colored puoplo of Madison parish, at Delta on Kulurday next, when ho will tell them what ho knows oi negro emigration to Kansas from pursou id observation. Murrell 1ms re cently retnruod from tho Vt'aU and ho has spoii soun:lliin,! of the condition of tlio few who were successful in cutting through to Unit promised land, mid ho says It Js simply deplorable. Tho would-be colored emigrants bml tint inviui,,.. to lihn, and if t'cy aro determined to seek for tho promised hind to do so advisedly. ( liti'lon Cone tjionoc. There has been uolhiug kue i.bont to disturb tlio monotony of mud, rain, eold and hard time?, for weeks past, avo a liltlo stir of emigration to Kansas among the negroes along tho railroad. A Sow weeks a;;o, forty men, women and children left Mavhcw Kansas I hear of a sprinkling of movers from two or three other depots. Somo of the above crowd, a gentleman who kuovs them well tells me. are of very good charac ter, while others aro jti?t as trifling ns they can be. Already somo of them aro writing back tor money to como homo on, and so it will bo with nearly every squad who leave tids country for others thoy know not of. Iu addition to tho foregoing, we have seen an extrnct from an "em grant's letter," iu n Columbus pa. per, begging for mono) to return! home on. A letter has also been received by Gilbert llorton, from (ion. Junkcrmni), formerly Circuit Clerk here, now real citato agent iu Kansas,, advising all w ho could uoi raise at least 000, to stavnt Lome. Our suggestion that a reliable man, in whom tho nc6'ro raco has confidence, should bo sent to Kan sas to procure information of this movement, should not be Ignored !)' till) planting class. Col. Kich nrdson, who is here, decidedly ap proves ifand will leave author! ty, to bo charged with more than his share, of o uy amount neeessry to carry it into eject. , , " When tho war wii' threiitmiino tho country in 1800, nito'V the Pres idential election, Gtfti Cushitig ninda to mo tho sagacious remark: " What would onu give ii ho could only know wliat subaltorii of the United States arm will bo the , next I'i'i.Kiiii.iii nt it... r..n,i! latcs Uler SATURDAY. MARCH 8, 1873. 1 '. 1 ed the folia tug: - Senatorial Tlk. -'Memphis Tumi., Jan. 22 18S2. Tin; Sk'iuphis and C'bartustoii Our State txel.aajrt'i generally railroad co'upauy t Memphis Ap nre engaged iu canvassing tho Sen-j peal pdblUhiuf company. To atonal iikvUs rsvrious of our j ,,cronal service cf editors before politic leaders, iu tonuectton tije legLIafure, and othei ise, as w ii'a the expiration of Senator pur contract with M. J. Wick, for Bruce', term. This may be tome- i tllt. depression uf .State Ik ml, mid what premature; but in view of j fr ,ue rccovcrv 0( ,ax paid to tho tho fuel tiiHt one of those eomihou- stute of Tcuncsseo through the ly named in thi discussion, tht-rjanfc f Teuuessee, and thrown Hon. W. A. Percy, is a resident out by tjv rnor llrovvnloiv's ad liciv, silence on our part might j,uifctrntiiti, .cveu thousand dol lead It miscon-trui-lbu ol the, j,u-s ($;ooO). lU'i-eive-l pavmeut of iutiiuiui ouri'tii.tnsauu oiiretii jjPi vitk- prcciikut hereupon. And Laving nil reason t M (. oallaw ay President Appeal l'ublitl.iug Company: Approved and charged to ex pense account. M" J. wicks, President. 'Your coininitlee men are unable lo say upon what grounds this conduct can bo justified. To say thelcnst ofit was very unpatriot ic." We should say sa ... . In IHaiue's argument against the Chinese, w e observe that he quotes copiously from tho sanitary reports of Ur. Mears, forinerly of this county, now uml for several years past health officer of San Francis co; describing the Doctor, who was deservedly highly esteemed hero, as "a careful and learned mun." If Dr.'Mears bad mention ed iu his report tho fact, that the reconstruction policy of P.laiuo's party hail driven him aud others of our best citizens to seek a homo in California, it is just possible Senator lilaino would have left that out. We are somewhat doubt ful about tho propriety and policy of this Chiiieso bill; which tho President has vetoed, greatly to the disgust of the Californians. Freer ttKags of the Va. ConcEtm ' Richmond. February 27. j At there-adjusters' convention.! &t l.r-t li;!it' set-ion, the commit Timsiea . IfoUco 7 CITATIONKOTICE. . Pursuant to the authority Tested ta-uu(0y;ouuty. ' in me lv certain deed iu trust ! . ! executed br II. P. Leo and Sarah I In Chancery Court at Kules. v i A V rr.. i,.- Is'if. iir f.f xr,lk.ti, lf..nfi 1 lee on business submitted report !,!l0 Gretnviiie Kuildii.g aud S-a-j vs. Bill of Divorce in the form of an aldrets to thcjviug Ass ociation, and recorded Charles Ilealh. J people of Virginia, reviewing the ' p,' s 6t, m, tioaand 601, ot Tys cause coiuins: on this day .n,,.;..rii.. .... .!,...!,. : deed Lock J. No. 2. in the oivieJ of! iltfIirii i. himearins to the ,Vliftt fltv voir toeacetaseH'cT- tlH? vUnT clerk olVa:,i;,u5to 8at;sf:lcti0H of the court, by atlida i.iep.. lit jeJrtotJeLUsi.t.L-(couu,.btateorMlSil,sU M berci tlwt tbe defeud- mentot the debt, setting forth tho . OaKstiay, tai Jltiiij of Slirel. 1373 Amit Charles Heath, is a uon-resi-couditiou of the fiscal aGair of!at tbo trout door of the Court deut of the State of Mississippi, Taxing mortgaged Property. Louisville Courier-Journal. A bill has been introduced into tho Massachusetts Legislature to equalize the taxation of mortgaged property, which provides that the mortgages on real estato bo exempt from taxation as money; the mort gagor and mortgngce to bo taxed us joint owners, until the mortgage is foreclosed, either having the right of paying tho tax bill and charging it to the other in tho final settlement. This would seem to do away with tho injustice of tax ing tho samo property twice, and secures tho tax from tho two par ties who ought to .pay It, Instead of putting it on tho mortgagor alone. Tho Holland Monumental Com mittee, having requested Mr. Geo. P. Ilertidon of Tupelo, to prepare and deliver a loeturo on any sub ject bo may select,, aud in such towns in tho Stato as ho may choose for tho purpose of aiding iu raising tho Holland Monumen tal fund, Mr. Ilerudou having gen erously consented to comply with said reipiesl, at o8 ctii'ly ft d'lto ns possible, he is therefore appoint by tliu committee to net iu the capacity mentioned. Papers throughout tho Stato friendly to tho inoveiucut will please copy. P. K. MAYERS, Chairman J. H. MILLER, Sec. Jackson Clariou. Tlio Washington post's article naming certain Democratic Con gi'ossiuon elect who have been marked out for criminal liroseeu tion and iuiprisouinont by the Rad icals to dot troy the Democratic majority in tho next Hotisool Ren prcseiitatives, is purely sensation al so far as Gen. Chalmers Is con- corned. The Radical leaders who were base enough to cheat the pcoplo out of their diolco of Presi dent aud to InilhRo iuto offieo thu candidate whom the pcoplo had rejected by their votes, aro equal to . almost any desperate scliemo, lint though they nro un scrupulous, they nro not fools: thoy know that tho opponcut of Gen. Chalmors after threatening to contest bis first election abandon ed tho Intention for tho want of sulllelent grounds; and that iu .tho last election, ho had no regular op position nud the interest in tho election, was absorbed in tho suf fering, and tho awful feeling in spired by tho yellow fever peti lence. The Radical desperados may undo what tho people have douo in fixing tho political status of tho next Congress; but mark our word they will not do it by unsealing tho member from the 6th Mississ ippi District. Tho is on his perch. ' game-cocii .. Courier-Journal. : Louisville's 125 delegates, added to thnso already instructed for Doctor Luko P. Blackburn, will place that iretitleman larcelvin the Prom an interview with j lend of nil his competitors coin. j billed. t!u;State, and expressing viiling lies to do everything reasonable looking to final settlement, etc. Theatldvcss concludes w ith a series of declarations to the efleet; 1. That Virginia fully recognizes her just liability for her fair pro portion of public debt contiac- cd before her territory was dividod. 2. That Virginiacan never recog' nlze liability for that portion of the debt which should attach to West Virginia. 3-That in any settlement w ith the State's creditors, tho annual interest of the recognized indebt edness must be brought w ithin her revenues under tho present rato of taxation. 4. That tho capacity of these rev cuues to meet such interest must be determined by deducting Micro from tho necessary expenses of the government, the apportionment to schools, and reasonable appropria tions for Jio support ot tho chari table Institutions of the Stato. ' 5. That theso limitations should bo carefully asceetained and guard ed, so as to in no event allow the primary obligations of the govern nietit and people to be subordina ted to euy'otlier demands what ever. C. That a settlement within the limitation designated is tlio utmost stretch of the peoples ability to pay and should besatisfaotory to the creditor as the furthest exaction he can fairly iuslst on. 7. That any settlement, to bo final must rest upon tho sovereign ty of tho State aud it fluds its best security in tho good will good faith nml honor of tho peoplo of .Virginia- . 8. That tho sovereignty of tho Stato cannot bo pledged nor dele gated, except for public service, nud when so pledged ordelegated, is at auy time revocable by tte legislature. 9. That any self executing lien upon public revenues, such as arc given by tax-receivable etipons, is against public policy and degra ding to tho Stato and pcoplo. 10. That no discrimination be tween creditors can bo undo or sanctioned by tho Stato, iu nnv readjustment that may be consum mated. 11. That Virginia should deal di rectly and frankly with her credi tors, and should never placo cither their claims or her revenues and obligations in the hands ot Inter mediaries who are not completely under her control and discretion. 12. That all exemptions from tax ation not authorised by tho con stitution nro Intolerable Rtid they cunUot bo afforded in tho present condiiioit of tho Stnto's finances. 13. That the r'2te of Uxntlon is as high as cnu be borne, and instead of cn1" iut0 nu tiMn that .aaynocM?."" T'Tn taxation, a diminution iu I burdeus should bo provided for. 11. That public free schools should bo protected and sustained to tho fullest extent. 15. 'TliC t reform and economy should be energetically pressed in administration of affairs of State and country. 12. That full recognition ofthese principles and declarations by vJhe pcoplo of Virginia and her crcdi tors is absolutely essential to any amicable readjustment, and no re adjustments in which they or any of them shall havo been neglected can behind, certain and satisfac tory. The report was accompanied by n plan for thoroughly organizing the Readjustee parly throughout tho Stato. Tho report, as n whole, was unanimously adopted. I I'...... .r t... tuiicum t!. I ,(. inentil hthI mi inlorinatiou be- hours of 11 o'cloik'a. m. and i ing had of his place of resi ieuco or o'tlock p. m., sell at public outcry postotliee," so that process can bo I to the highest Lidder lor cash, the ! served upon lam, it Is tnereiore following described property.situ- ordered by the conri, tuat satu ated in the said town of Gieen-j Charles Heath do be and appear viile. couutv and Statu aforesaid, 1 at the next-term of our said Chau to wit: Lot number one of block j eery court, ou Monday, the 23111 gfivpiihx-ii f tlm P.m-hotor liend dav of Mav next, then aud there addition to tho town of Greenville ; to" answer, plead or demur to the Washington couutv, Mississippi W. A. L VERM AN, March 8, 187U-32 Trustee. CITATION State of Missls-ippi, Sunflower County. In Chancery Court of Sunflower Couutv, Mississippi, at Rules be fore tho Clerk, March 10, 179. Laura A. Baker ) vs. ' Divorce. Kstell Baker. ) Upon opening tho complainant's bill, and it appearing to the satis faction of thu l imi t that the de fendant Lstelt Uakcr is not a citi zen of tho State of Mississippi, but resides beyond the limits thereof, so thut the ordinary pro cess ot this court cannot be exe cuted against him. Therefore, it is ordered that ho enter his appear atico herein ou the first Monday ot April next, in the town ot John- sonville, in the county ol Suntl.twer mm saut btate, tlieu aim there to plead, answer or demur to com plainant's bill, or tho several alle gations thereof will bo taken for confessed, it Is further ordered that a copy of this order be pub lished in the Greeuvillo Time, a newspaper published iu tho tovvu of Greonvillu nud county of Wash ington, ouco a week for four con souutivo weeks. MARSHALL BROWN, Chancery Clerk. A true copy frouf tho minutes. M. I5KOWN, Clerk. , March 8, 1S7U-82 TSUSTES'S SALS. By virtue nud iu pursuance of tlio provisions of a deed ot trust executed by N. J. Nelson and Marv Nelson, bis wife, fjr the benefit of tho Greonviiln Building and Saving Association, utitl recorded at pages 618, CIO, C20 aud 6'il, of deed bock " J, ' No. 2, in tho ntlieo of the Chancery clerk of Washington county, Stale of Mississippi, 1 will 0a 3Soa3ay, March 21, 1878, nt tho front door of tho Court House of sa'id county, and betw een tho hours of 11 o'clock n. m. and o'clock i. in., sell at imblic out cry to tho highest bidder for cash, tho following described property situated in tlio town of Greenville, county and State nforesntd, to wit: Tho southeast quarter ol lot num ber live, (5) In block threo (3) of tlio third addition to the towu of Greonvillo, measuring one hund red and sixty-five (105) foot front along tho dividing lino between said lot fivo (.')) and lot six (ti) of tho samo block, and running back between parallel lines sovetitv seven (77) feet ; and tho south half of lot number six (fi) in said block three (8) of tho third addition to sai.l towu of Greenville, measur ing one hundred and sixtv-five (165) foot front on Shelby street, nnu running nam between parallel lines ono hundred and titlv-four (151) feet. W. A. EVEItMAN, inarch 8, 1879-82 Trustee. Trustee's Sale. Among the departures bi rail yesterday afternoon were Gen. W. T. Sherman, of the United States army, and Hon. Jefierson Davis. ex-President of the late Coufeder ate Slates of America. A friend of Mr. Davis remarked to him yesterday that ho would hayegood company to travel with in tho person of Gen. Sherman, and tlio ex President replied, " Weil I sup poso thero is room enough ou tho cars for both of us." Herald. Commercial. In the caso of lloluuviv f.n. Mm killing of Dr. Lowry ant Mr. Arnold, at Johusonvill.fi. Sunflower county, elimination was w aived, by counsel tor defense, and HoIuimii was committed to jail without bail to await the action of the next term of tho circuit court. Ve hod iutended publishimr a particular ne'eount of this dreadful atiray: but learning that tho vonuo was to bo changed to this place, thought best to omit such, publico. I tion. i 'n pursuance of a P.y virtue mm . 4n rild cu. certain deed in trust trn.. '. tcred Into on the Itith day of nry, a. d. 1878, bv and between W. G. Myers, W. A. Pollock nud M. Krotsehmar, and recorded in deed book A A, pages 209 and 210, of tho records of deeds of tho Clerk of tho Chancery court of Bolivar county, Mississippi, I will, x0n Monday, April 11th, 1879, expose lr Rde ft' eash, to tho highest' bidder, at public outcry, at tho doC of 1,10 Court Houso of Bolivar cnuu't.V'i Mississippi, within tho hours prescribed by law for sales under execu'tiW) n undivi ded one-half intorn.'t in and to that ccrtalu plantation ."dtuiito in Bolivar county, Misi'.si ppl, (known as the Lake Vista planta tion) described as follows, to tvit Lots two (S), threo (3). four (), live (5), sis (6), ol soctioti six (6) J tho north half and tho southeast quarter of section sevon (7) ; nil of lot six (6) north or east ot Deer creek, seotion seven (7); section eight 8; aud tho north half of section seventeen 117, of township twenty 20, range eight 8; the samo containing seventeen hund red and sixty 17(30 acres, more or less: also ail undivided half inter est in and to fifty HQ mules on said plantation. The titlo to the above described lands is supposed to bo trood, but acting as trustee, I will couvcy only such title as Is vested in luo hv virtue of said deed In trust. M. KRETSCHMAK, march 8, 1870-32 Trustee. bill of complaint tiled herein. It is further ordered that a copy of this order be published in tbo Grecuvillo limes, a weekly news paper printed and published at Greenville, in said county, for the term of one month from the date hereof. Ordered at Rules, this lSih day of Februarv. a. d. 1879. Witness, tho Honorable W. G. Pn ELP8, Chauccllor of the 11th Chauecry Di& trict oi the State of Mississippi. Also tho hand ot the Clerk aud teal of said Court. A true copv from the minutes. C. M. JOHNSON, Clerk. Bv Thos. W. Warren, D. C. February 22, 1879-30. "citatiokThotice. - State of Mississippi, ) Washington County. ) In Chauecry Court, at Kules. llachel Dcadinuu vs. Georgo Deadman. Whereas, it anncarinst to tho sat isfnetiou, of tho Court, upon the ulUd'ivit of tho complainant, that L.corge Ucadman, tlio defendant herein, is a non-resident of the Stato of Mississippi, and that ho resides in tho city ol St. Louis, Stato ot Missouri, nud that his postollleo address is said city and State. It is therefore ordered bv the Court, that tho said defendant appearand plead, answer or demur to tlio toll ol complaint herein on tho 2d Monday in April next, be- foro tho Clerk at Ruhs; nud it is lurilier ordered by the Court, that a copy of this order bo transmitted by mail, postage pre-paid, to tho said defendant, by the Clerk of this Court, and ihat'tho same also bo publi.-lied in the Greenville Times. a public newspaper printed in this county and btuie, tor lour consec utive weeks. Ordered and adjudged ot Kales this tho loth day of February, 1879 A true copv from the iiiin'uies. C. M. JOHNSON, Clerk. P.y Thos. W Warren, D. C. February 15, 1873-i3 Elierifi Sale- in NOTICE To Stockholders Building Association. Statu os MiKiosiret, mi-lmiKt'iu county . I Washington Circuit, Court to April torm, UiJ, Hurler & lVmier ) . , No. SOW vs. ( Venditioni Tim O'Connor. ) Lxl""M By virtue ot I ho above venditioni exponas to me directed, I shall ex poso to public side at the door of tho Court House In Greenville, within tho hours prescribed by law, to the highest bidder for caMi. ou tho 10th Day cf March, 1279, noxt, nil tho right, titlo mid Inter. est of tho defendant Tim O'Cou nor. in und to tho following do scribed property to wit: Lot C of lot 1 of block 2 of tho original town of Greenville, Miss., as laid off by Mrs. II. R, Theobald that portion of said lot levied ou ueing described by motes and bounds iu follows, to wit: Com mencing nta point on Mulberrv street on the eastern boundary lino of aid lot, 20 feet from the north cast corner ol said lot, running thence iu a southerly d il'pnlfnll iC." Mulberry street aud tho - , o?udary lino of said lot r ii, iu westerly diree 3 feet, then.. to t, lion in and on a liu. v ,P .n! . In, northern boundary lfne o. . . ,j 06 feet, thence In a northern . rcctlon and ou a huo parallel to tho eastern boundary lino of said lot 13 feet, thence in an easterly direction and on a lino parallel to tho northern botiudnry lino of said lot 68 feet to tho point of begin ning. All in tho couutv of Wash lngton, Stato of Mississippi. Tho same having been levied upon ns the property of tho defen dant Tim O'Connor, and will bo sold to satisfy plaintiff's claim and all costs. ' W.E.HUNT, Shftlff of Wnihingtoticounty. February 15, 1879 s ' the CITATIONJKOTICE. State op .Mississippi, Washington County. Iu Chancery tit Kules, Mary Ann Peery . ) vs. i Madison It. Peery. ) Whereas, it anntmrlmr a Court from tho bill of complaint filed horein, and the- affidavit of uiu compiaiuniit, that Madisou It. leery is a non-resident of the Stato of Mississippi, and "that his whereabouts and postolllce address arc unknown to affiant and cannot be ascertained after diligent in quiry, now, therefore, the said de fendant Madison li- Peery is here by commanded to appear and plead answer or demur to said bill of complaint, ou or before the Clerk of this Court, nt Rules, on tho 2d luuuuiiYui Apni next It is fur Xntipfl ta lini-nliv irtvnn lliufc n special meeting of the stockholders ;tber ordered by the Court that, a of tho oi'ee uvillo Building and -'.Py.01 "lis order be published in m v. ut! ii vi no i tines, a public newspaper published in the towu of Greonvillo, for four consecu tivo weeks. Ordered and adjudged this the 14th iuy of February, a. d. 1879. A true copy from the minutes. , C. M. JOHNSON, Clerk. By Thos. W. Warren, D. C. Pelmi.irv W l79-23 Saving Association is called on the First Monday In April, 1879, to vote C'1 t!o changes In tbo Con stitution ou'd By-Laws of said Association as heretofore publish ed in the call f0,. "eciul '"eeling February mil ult. ' - , W. A. E VERM AN; s'nry. March 8, l7!-td. ,V, ' Delinquent lax &al Bv order of the C'o'uneil of the Town of Greenville Mississitt; in pursuance of law, 1 will sell at public outcry to thu highest t' for cash, in irout of the Court House door in. the towu of Gre On Monday, March 10, 1879, Hie fallowing property in said towu delinquent for niuuicip,! v .... 1 ... 1 1 w-a " A Iur li-cui tut imu r -f $ . ' ORIGINAL TOWN- To Whom Assessed. OTi)DB"r Archer if comer Slew M. iart ' ue part 15 ami B;i't-r EH Prt I awl (iill I. ill of Vto H l , Cilia ! trt 15 siMl St-hnttllbuli ra. F. X prt JlaUiebl JuhB . Arehtr Mrs. A. P. lots t, 8, S, HmmaT Ji.lin . T,iiu,)lin Mm. ffl fii Drsnulic A-seoeiitlion lurluf lOautl Bsker R W'. , . II nyilrn Milton IS fet HillU B Mitchell UarU norlli part Alwamk r Ittfob part ' 3 (ijpjsro Mi. A. li, tunth hnlf Murphy 31. AittlinurtB half ' Lot 1 s J4 I U 7 - 6 1A 5 11 & 9 4 11 4 4 t i ' ' ft Bik? . ' c $ a. ii 8 to at k( 12s;.. a i..i9...i J4-:....,e,..J3 b. U OK. A W...3 ... 8 ."' nil 5 .65 00..10M...S75 ... SV..'jiI! S . 2 S . SO . 70 ... W.. jJi 5-. 7 . 8 . 1 T.i '.,.13 . 7 2 I o. eiiio. ..5ti ... s: i.. io w.. s.. s e-ni... 1 S7; Ui, M 18 .. S .; S 1.1 ... 8 Si ; uZ , 14 o.. 4 uo.. s s ... a tw lit 81 CO . 6W . Sil ... J7.1 .aJ m.s,..:. s..tSi 1.. 70 ... SO.. n.... 18. I 1 .1 v ... ' a io so.. 3 w..8 1a1 8 T 7 ..8 8S. .1 D9.i : i ,Teo...s w .1 7a . IN la i S7'i..:n -i ..1 ii FIRST ADDITION. Sm'th Franl: mlh half S 1.'. S 5. . 1 TO. . S7. Shle.nerMr. 11. north half 8 I. .18 CO.. S .. 3 li . Trijtx Mm. X . . 114 feet loUawl part 4 1 .10 so . 3 IO . 8 ia.'. Johnson MexamliT . S. . S W. . 1 S9 . 1 . I,wlsldjr?virt 3.14 Ul.. 4WI.. 3 V . AwtiTOBOoe port 4 , 4.. 8 80. . SO.. 70 ,., 1811 .m '"' -Ml SO SECOND ADDITION. Pnitnmn Gram mithff qmirter H.irwHT John northwest iUnrier Two .V'r. Jannie wpi half Mrtimlti C northeast quarter lilunt m Jtni. lieorifia north part lliirrison J-ike wrt Deiirent f'nuiu irt Bhiulr Eliza southeast quarte -H'Minarolm noirth hull' Jolinwh Witi. nr.i-lh half soutlliVc-lt q, Smith Kiim-y r.wi - I ,, t'nlvman Willinm northwest C Rtnirlvton Jiilv n-rthwwt part ' 1 i ' Kt'iitpr Stephen irt Taylor ert'aleMirli pari ' TiiTv Inafie notttieast iuu,tur-. .. . Lee llcurittta part 3 S 18 80 88 8:1 81 " . Sit 80 r 87 at j S7 38 8 73. . 10 SO. . 7 SO. . 7 00.. 7 no . 1 7R. . 1 7il . 4 40.. 8 ).. 1 75.. 7."... 1 40. . 8 10. . 1 40.. 70 . 8 111.. 3 50.. .1, sni.. a is s (.. 8 mi.. a m : i ts . . ano i . 8 00.. 1 7S ,. M..i 4:i ,. 50.. 4;l ... 1 a ... o .. 1 80 SO. su. Oa 40. W. - 40. . 80. ftl. 1 W. 45 ., 4 .. S .. fi.,.. .. 17V. S7.'a.. 1 So . 1 S7. 1 8S . 185 181 . It . . 81 . "5 . 50 . - SI , .11 : as '. 37!.'. 85 87',. SS Ma, 131 13 UK IS 3 III 81 IS It tin ..ta.,...i THIRD ADDITION. AlexniuTer Jti -ob 0 & 10 Turner Milton 3 RhrthrMr. lleUrir-Mthiiir 4 fdh-hrr Albert MUitli holt 1 aml in SIn. lltmnah 5 KenneUc Kit 1. 1, 3 PhelhrMn. Prttr 0 & 10 N'eitmm Mt Macsrto 5 Iliirrinirton Char'M S Jnnhn Otia 18 I.ewy llru. 9 8-.17 W... 5 00. .4 37M....S Wi..Tt4 4 8....1 80. 1 05 .17M...RM..4S7J,'.. . 4 80.. .1 80.. 1 5 .. .81 00 . 0 (HI .5 8.5 .. 21 no... 0 no .n 5 .. .17 W...S no .4 .17!,.. . 1 40 .. 40.. 8.1 .. . 8 10... BO.. K;.. 70 .. so.. 17';.. S 45... 70.. 1 22.', . . 7ft ..491 .i2H..i7m . 75 ..4 .3 75 ..94 l s ,.8 75 . .81 in 1 .3 I8,...ai . 8 " ..11 . !I7' HT.1.'. thi I 71 ill I BACHELOR BEND ADDITION. MinTonl S;,,m Tnorl'iret corner t Poile V A northeast nart 1 Welle:iMi I, part wwt half II irvla Utt weit iirt 3 1'liiU C. II. 7'1f.e! 8 Hivlioril (1. H. ionthiret correr 1 Whi'e Vi-4, t north part 1 Tnvtor M-! J. A 112 i'ect wtst part 1 rtvrre Soe V 14 8 f.'ray I " I i.l -i li part 8 fimv t,mil" it half 3 v.illl mi Fnmk 1 A 5 r.eesaite " 1 4.. 3 .V1...1 to.. p7;. 4 . 8 50. .1 CO.. 4.. 1 40... 40.. 85 ' 7.. 2 10... Il-I.. ,V3',', .M 00... 4 ID .8 .10 , 4 80... I ifl. l 05 H. . t ftl.. .2 00. .3 75 , 4 80., .1 80. 1 B5 , 10.. 15 4I...8 41.. 8 10 , It.. 1 05... 30.. Sit , PI.. 5 00. . 1 III! .1 40 , It.. 17 50... (I Oil. .4 ST ... 02'.', ... -, ... 85 ... 87?,' . . .8 50 . . . 75 ...1 85 ... 75 , ...150 , ... M . ...too , .S 11'.' 17..10 5O...8 110. .8 ,;.... 1 S71.'. IIUXTIXGTOX ADDITION. .f-'rlc.oti Aii'ticw pa.!t Mhllin;( K'nnia mrt lfnt'man Thomu part t,. 8 10... 1.8 10... 1.. 1 40.'. n-2 '.; 5.", .17','. .17',. 25 . , 3D . S i . tl i . i .14 CO .41 . IN I . 4 ! 1 .li . I. . a .i?c 10HI .81' . a a OKI Urine Sno V. purt S.llkin?rer Mim. H. irrtlie:.it Vulllant Frank noriheiist ltoln rtxhim' Mm. I mi souih half Haiittay John uorlli hull' ffblo UNSERVED ADDITION. l ' 18 111 111 70... 50.. 17', Ml so... 3 no. .tm'i 70: . 80 . 17', 10 50. . .3 no., 2 li.", 3 50... 100.. S, ... 18';.. 7 II ...1 .!.. 1 ... 181,;., W n ,..i Wj .iimi ; ... MV. 3.W n THEODORE TOHL, Tax Collecte. GHSCKASAW SROW VORKC. S3 Second Stroot Msmnh.-b, Ten RANDLE & LIVERMORE, Proprietors. (Succcssou to Ilnndlo, Heath & Livornioorc.) COTTON PRESSES, Horse Powers, Pul!:; CiJ GEARING, nouse wonts, biiafting and Hangers, Id and Brass Castings? General Repairs, etc. Agents for ENGINES, SAWMILLS, &c. manufactured by Lane & Bodley Co. of Cincinnati. Jiidson fiovGrnors, fiicmt flacses, Brass Goods, Pipe and Fittings, STEAl PUMPS, fkG. Send for Illustrated Catalogue. A HOME INSTITUTION, With ample Capital, Mliicli ADJUSTS & PAYS LOSSES PROMPTLY E, RICHARSON, President A. VAN HOOK, Secretary. P. FINLAY, Agent, Greenville' INSUR'NCE Co. of Mississippi OFFICE Corner State & F STREETS, Jackson, Mfc CAPITAIi $1-50,CC0. InHllrcs nnlniil ln..u titf fou cl wdil nir houses. W" if " oY." UiSw , v J. tf .VJ--'ir"a M .'"H mm mm Oi, . 1 i V is. -WWHt,, Jjl IVOTJCE. nnd ware Uuuses. gin hoc MmerchandiM. cotton, and Sn Properties'. . ,An Wcliaiits mill otlmrs doino bnihicsi an hereby notified t at dl,tn BU,J'0,lc,1 10 c"l-an uents or muki? nccountu in mv nnmo. And I will not pny a'" , billi moilo by any othar poUon. niig in New Cestetery Thore tiaa been formed etery Association " in Grcen suitable lot has been nurclis mid tbo uudorsiirncd Triiite now prepared to sell lots to tin desiring to pnrohaso. I. IfF.XnETtG.