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SATURDAY, DSC. 20. 1870. Tie Kiss. Rlrtr CoHtssiaa. It ippcnrt thai the action of I lie river commission, provided for by congress at it last session, U lobe ubcctcd to the came system of prrcrioD aud disparagement (hat attcDiled Mr. Ends in lti jet ty contract. As the work r)n if in flated by the commission it lia-tcd upon an adoption bj thejoveru neut of one of two theories of rir er Improvement, Jnt at was the jetties, this mode of warfare by the defeated disputant it natural. It must bo remembered that Mr. John Cowdou who it wc suppose the chief inipirer of the paragraph ic attempt! to bring the commit iiou into public disfavor and con tempi, haa for uuny year led aud lived in, the nuti lev co IWoiy. Hat icg failed alwavt in bringing the river p'.autera to adopt Lit daus of opening bayous aud later al cbanuelt by which to carry off the turplut water, he hat of Jate year been operating upon com mercial and trade convention, ud congressional committees. And has finally lived to sco hit theory decided against and passed i upon at an old mau's crotchet. 80 he and hit adherent have final ly attumcd that smallest ot roles inarploli ; and are now assldtious )y engaged iu doing their utmost to embarrass and thwart the exo cuiion of the plan decided upon. But (he commission t entitled to and will surely receive a fuir trial; and their labort judged by itt moriU. We refer to tho war up on it, only for the pnrposo of im pressing it animating motive up on our readers. Tie .llalee Election Muddle. The D4 I Done t The (iovernor and Council (Re turning Board) ha GnUhcd revis ing the count; reversing the face of the return, and giving both I Inn trt to the fufionUtt by de rided majorities. This Legislature elect! a Governor and other btate officer. There it much feeling in tho State over the actiou of the Returning Board. Hamlin is reported as having taid to a correspondent that the "Indi ra! iom arc that the Democrat In tend to'usurplhe law t of the State and deprive the Itepublicau of he offices to which they have beeu legally elected. I eau,t conceive that they wilt do this and I shan't believe liiat I lie Oemecratie lenders have gone stark mvlaitd intend to resort to such a revolutionary proceeding nutil V,n act it done. If tley t'o usurp the law of tin Stele, I lavor going to the State house and taking the revolution ists by the uapc of the neck and pitching tlicin into (he streets, aud I will be one to go aud assist. If theyeaii override a majority, of 20,000 Iu this way this year, what is to prove ut them - from over riding a majority of 40,000 next year, and counting themselves iu again? Tie BrUevrii Habeas Corpus. TheU. S Superintendent of the Cciimis i.us divided tho .States into dMrluts for convenience iu taking t!ic censnf. Our (INtrlct will bo the tiiird, composed c! Adams, Tutden, CcUio.ia, llolivnr, Wash ingto'i, J ."l v,ver, livifjiicufl, Warren, I itiiborne, .lefier.oii, Ya loo, Franklin, Wilkiuuou; Lincoln Amite, Pike, Hind, Quitman, Tallahatchie, Leflore and Copiah. Uovills It will be seen by reference to a telegram received by M". Cowan k Mcl'abc, counsel for the prosiv rut ion iii this cac, tint tho su preme court, after e ireful and min ute investigation, has denied bail i to the relator in the habeas corpus ease, appealed from the decision of Chancellor Young. Counsel for the prosecution have eon tended ill along that they were uuaU.; properly to present a cue of such magnitude within the short spare ' of time allowed for argument, on I previous trial, before the supreme court. Ample time was allowed ! however, at the last trial of the ease, aud the court had the case under submission for a whole wees before delivering an opinion The tnpremo court hat decided a question in this ease of great im portance to the legal profession throughout the entire eouutry. It is held that the decision of a court or judge grinting bull iu habeiu corpus case does not prevent tho denial of hail in a i.ubao'iuebt pro ceeding in the tame rise. In I bin case the relator was Indicated by the grand jury after the supremo court had admitted him to bail aud additional testimony was pro duced by tho protecuttou on the second habeas corpus trial. Commercial. Boros Fitflia Country, , Ai Impoi taot .Mavrnirnt. Wo extract tho following from a lato member of tho Memnhk Appeal: "Colonel Zeb Ward, lessee of tho Ark. penitentiary, last night closed a contract for the construe lion of tho Little. Hock aud IMno Bluff railroad. Tho work will commence, immediately nt Little Kock. Four hundred convicts will be employed. The grading i t to bo completed by April 1st, nnd the entire; road In operation bv July 1. 1880." Tho completion rf thlt g.tp of fifty miles, will place ArkopolU, tho rlvor tci minus of the road which it links, iu communication with tho railroad lines of tho en tiro country. This will prove of tho greatest advantage, ami con venience, to a largo portion or this Isolated and benighted rlvor coun try hcrctoforo depondunt upon and subjected to all the Inctinvcnlnn. cos and delays of boat travel. The wldostand most numerous bene fits ot this connecting line, will bo full by Grcciiviilof from which Us terminus it only 20 miles distant. It will loco us within 30 hours, travel, wo believe, of St. Louts j nnd will ensure us a daily mid a regular mall. Tho extension of tho W. TJ. Telegraph Hi o will sure ly follow, affording us cheap nnd certain telegraphic facilities. We hve no doubt of this con troct, being compiled with. Asa freight line, its need is most ur gent. It will afford mi outlet to tho rivor aud Now Orloa.. of many thousands of bales of cotton, now forced to find a market In St. Louis ; aud will also compute with the cotlou carrying business of tho Memphis nud Little Kock, a longer and much more costly road. Wo will watch tho progress ofthe work With much interest. . (OXGRu'lOYtL Congress has ndjonuod over for tho holidays. Tho chief lutcrcst of tho session has contercd in Sen ator Bayard's bill for the repeal of the legal tender act. Act ion upon which will decido the future finan cial policy or tho Domoftratlo par ty. Congressman Money Introduced n bill iu Congress on tho 8th, de claring lottery advertisements ami the like iiutimilnble. General. Chalmers 1ms Introdu ced bills for Post Office Buildings ntVlcki.burgand Natchez; and n enag boat nt Greenville' Wo direct the attention of our vigilant and industrious member to the articlo we reproduce from the Bolivar county "Lender." Tlrplnla Senator. Tho Keadjustcrs ond Republi cans have elected General Mahone to succeed Senator Withers. We acknowledge tho courtesy of an invitation lo a "Social Hop," by the " Gloo Club," at thr Opera Hall on Tuesday night, ilOth Inst. " Charley Forrnr (of Clnpp Bros.) was In towft this week. Tie toiuoiiit leufcreuct. From i' r. J. L. Futr .l!, pa-tor; ol lb,- lltil: ;IUt Church here, we! ba:u tic f -iiiwiug iu rib-r..-! tr' tin; t'oafer;-;.re l i f.i VVaer Vai-i ley on the 3.! to h.'. iK-1 u.Ui.r : J There Lav ; Ueea m e ; ,ai. v.: ad'litiou4 to il.e il.iu-..".: i.i t!:": jnortht-ru l.a'f of ii!-ippi du- r.ng ti:c year, -..ouctuum lor, widow a-- orphans i.rr t'-an j ake ' f.r. lor i,d!'-it t-ii-e than i:'iK dvau a on Ja;t ycar.J Pastors sala.b uuJ4ual!y f.::'. : There ha ;:t l-eeii w' a pro-1 pcroiH year aliij ti e o,-cf iiii : u!,n( of ll C"t:fer-:.i.v. Two S.io fJ- tila's e.-t.'eg'n were teii-ere-l to thai wi'l; l.fw j:t-tov. .a'.-.t. T!i3 a:.'l-u:..ii!.: for G recur! Vi's' ; .t w-.re : b. . ij ::!, ivesu. I.ni & Lcc nud Leut: pl'nd. I)e..' Ci'e'!:- J?'.:i W. l'rltc r.-per; lltje: s . C , lo! .1'... a A Aiii"': via To be sii7p''tJ. e -Tt. V. Wiil-jr. : Bollvjr-J. C.:;' ,vs: .a . Atttt!u-V.r.S. lt.'.f).:n !rir, ovrn-C..!-! !V.-r:n 17 -COiTOX- Orleans 6 7-Sd. ,1., '., Citi bile- Kew UP 12 Or- c:m 12 S-e'e. Fuf:res Ic. 125; Jan. 12:.l, Feb. V2:9i; JlirrU !'-:3?; Orlinary : : l.ujd u.-dlM-iry : Low mid;lilu;,' ' :JI.ldi:a : : (,:iod mid.Kinj : 'AllV.f.sfnr : i-iles, l'J.O'JO ha!e3. Stoel;, on baud 293,000 bales 10 I-e a l a 24 a s-4 12 2-8 12 6-8 6BA5iD CESTBAL HOTEL gSaloon & Billiard Eoom For Bent. Tor particulars, correspond with ore?; i. a. meixia:; Propr! Greenville, Miss-, December 20, 1879 .. . u ToLc J.j Cherry Clnrksdali turtrti -a M. A'!a:ni v.,,. ., . -W 'nt'- J.ll. Wvatt HiM.on W. 'I. ; Since the second week In August 7),0i)0,000 In gold has reached Now Voik from Europe Of this amount $'(,' VK) went Into tho assnyollke, being chlelly British bars nnd French coin. There Is now in the United Stales sub treasury nt J.'nw York 4S7,000,000 in gold, of which lint moro than l,noo,000 Is iu quarter nnd half envies, a coin now luueh In demand Nearly 30,000,000 has boen sent West from New York lo pny for grain, and now a heavy demand prevails from tho South to pay for cotton. The bank notes ni legal lender supply has been light in New York, and gold must now bo soul to supply tho demnnd for money. . Winona Advance. We notice In the Starkvillo Times (hat tho contractors Imvo completed tho brick work of tho Afe; UuUut-nt and Mechanical Col lege, and .that it U now ready for tl o roof. Ti.ia ci'lledgo is emphati cally for farmers, and wehopeand bolievo it wiii rcceivo their sup port nud ciicoiirngcmotit ncecessn- ry to make Itcqnnl to r.ny collego In tho Liilnti Tho trustees, head ed by Judge J. Z. George, nro i is tclligent, honest and trustworthy gcutlcmon, nnd in tend to devote a largo vharo ot their timo to its manngemonf nnd success. The professors have not been selected yet, but wo feel suro that when their names nro Announced, that they will give universal sotlhfnc- Hon to f very 0110. A L!Ule too TinDkfu!, f luurfon Kcptiblican. During tho eossinti of a temper tt!i"o muetiiig in a neighboring town, ouo of tl.o persons who oc cupied t'le slago wai nn eulhuslus tic deacon, who frequently inter ruptrtd tho cpiakcrs by yelling; " lhauK Jieiuen it tnatl" One gr.ntlcniftn was callod upon who rose and said : " Ladies and gcutlo innii, I nut heart r.iul pouI in this caii.-.c, and fael It will bo of great benefit lo tho people of this plnco." " Thnnk lloavou for that I " yelled tho deacon. " But, ladios nud gen tlemen," ho continued, "I am go ing to iuy tlmt it will bo impossi ble for nie to address j'ou this eve ning." "Thank Heaven for -that !' said Ilia abseul-mimle'i deacon. ' Somo parlors j;ot loo full of brio a brae. It becomes dilllcult to dis tinguish them from a fancy whole sale establishment of those articles. "What do yon thluk of our par lors ?" asked the lady of Mr, Ilruff, when he had been led thro' the crowded rooms, "think there's only one thing you need now," said tho plain spoke brute. " And what is that!" inquired the lady, " An auction to sell them off."-Now York Graphic. Eicon, H&ms Lard l keep constantly on hand Lard in tierces, half barrels, kegs, pnils, hnlf palls and tin pails; clear side Bacon ; dry salt clear sides; can vassed and ttneauviisscd sugar cured Hams, of tho choicest brands canvassed aud uucnuvnwcd sugar cured Break fast Bacon ; Dried Beef and Tongues. orlll (iOt.rMtTtt. Kosciusko Pe van is at Sa to Kentucky! :i -de College ; -i.ilU-,1 ; 11 unit has jroiu Ma.-Khani m 0.i- Tho couutcrleiter C. A. Hood, bonnd over by 3 W. Ferguson, U. S. Commissioner, appears to be wanted by Pinkerton's detectives lona ; Dancer, Grenada ; Chik'uy, Fdack II;vk : Fleiuit::-. Can..da : Foiititlne, Chester circ '.it ; Burton, Sardis ; tMj?, Aberdeen. a " " iaish, on the -MAi:r.ij:i- At tlio F.aiSvOpal C'h" Valden, WedneJi'.y eyeniiijj, Per 10, 1.579, bv thcJtev.i'l; Hai.dc-.i Mr. L. F. Ykkokb to F. SOL-TKWO.HTir. siitsin s mi i. i gaaawxiijatejet First '3 on day of J.nusiy, I SSC, At Woodstock in this county,) on tho morning of the lfith of Do-! lot known in the sfdiVJti bmldiiiiT fiiuuied in i'mt ll ..t I i I.. in V il lit l-riltllS.' 11 Ilohad planted on the Mi.iilshlppi j y'i,!,ir.t.,'nV.id SiM..'ot MiUs rlver for Hevernl years, and gained 1 i; i i nnd dncribed r.s follows, to thu repuL.tloii el bring r.mDii the iMiniiirncing nt ihe conitr ot i.t...,'..,., !,, ii.ia J i.... ..iMitiiiand Midh-rry s'reels on ! lie the time of his deulli hi) was mun ag'r cf tho Carter plantations, lor Colonel F.d. Kiehui'ilsoit. I lo leaves n family, who have U:e curliest sympiitlij of all who knew Mm. next, ill! i'.if! lit-"'., ec-t of :liet'.eiVii.'i ii! IV t lo . lis lnl ccmbcr, YY. I' . tv atsox. ! ) onert v. .o ,i : Mr. Watson was a son of .ludi-e 1 A cer;.''n hoii Wutson ol Moutgomcrv, Ahibntua. FaUns'.n and IuJlsu Bnyca - W rrom itwUoJir (tluliwr t onnty.) j We have, within the eon fines of; J'incs Buyott-W. A. D- I'ar i ourCountv. a clear, beautiful little! 0f lh,! V c!ieis who l,-e;i ! v' iiiomi itoniii .ri here, Mr. Aiiums is l'riUnt. rjf about flttceti feet, and width of ihirty-five and forty yards. It rises about seven miles from Hose dale aud meanders for fifty miles through tho most fertile of our valley lands. Then the channel Is divided into several small bnyous which intersect and brunch out in tho most Intricate manner, liach of theso latter nro ' completely bridged over by driftwood that has been collecting for ngos. This drift continues at Irregulur inter vals for about nlno miles or "per haps les.x, when tho several chan nels reunite and flow on uninter ruptedly until they empty their waters into tho Sunflower. To n Ih'nking mind, the question, unluurally presents itself, Is there noway of utilizing this water courso ? Tho rafts or narrows above spoken of, form tho only ob struction lo navigiiHon. If this Was removed, light draft boats could ply from the lorks, or head to the Sunflower river, n distance ol about one hundred and twenty miles; thereby giving u niiollur direct line of water communica tion with Yleksburg, nnd open up nnnumberod acres ot virgin soil to tho agriculturalist. Tho Hague drains tho very richest portion In tho Mississippi valley. At pres ent tho lands lying on una neur this st ream are almost a total waste Places that before the war were largo and flourishing plantations, nro now grown up In weeds uud undergrowth: tho familiar haunts of tho deer nnd bear. That there aro but few settlers on tho Iloguc, is owing to thedilll cully, almost lmposlbiIity,ol trans portation Iu the winter, the roads become almost impassable, aud farmers have cither lo haul their prod u co through mud nxlo deep, or wait until late in tho spring. With theso drawbacks it is no woudcr that this country is a wil dcrucss. Would it not be a good Idea for tho cltircns of Bollver and Washington counties to peti tion Congress for an appropriation to clean out the narrows? It would not cost over fi fleo.it thousand do) lars: a mcro bngatello when com pared with tho Immense bouofltto bo derived by tho two counties in developing their resources nnd opening up now hinds. We know whereof wo speak when any that tho cost wotddnot exceed $15,000. Wo havo examined theso drifts and know that their removnl would not only be a practicable but cusy job.' Its practicability has boen ilcmoust rated. During tho war several largo flat boats cut tneir way through tho logs and passed oullnlo tho .Sunflower; tho drift crossing in behind them. In 1876 dipt. Calvin Lewis brought his lit tlo steamer "Fannio Lewis'' safely into tho upper l!oiio. This feat was accomplished with tho assistance of but one hand. If t he logs were cut into short lengths during low water and allowed to float out on tho rise there would be no more drift in tho narrows. It would perhaps bo necessary to throw dams across tho heuds of I he smaller streams in order to force nil tho water through the main channel. Funics not wish lug to chip to Vinkshurg could readily got their cotton to the Miss issippi river by having it traits ferred over the Greenville Colum bus & Birmingham llailroad which we are informed will reach the Boguc iu a very short timo. IT.OV1SIOX MAKKET. Cofloc, ordinary to prime, 13 1-2 js.g.ir, common to good common 5 3-'.'? lv to filly f dr 6 1-2, prime ; T-i .-:v5 7 1-t, el. tlarlfled 8 l-l. l-loUc,, common 25, choice, 37. B;-.n, 8Cc. ciioUo La. C 1-2 a 8. VtiK report Is carefully revised every week. St. Louis-Flour, Family, 5 C5 I'vr!, -itS 00. i. ('..i--i . ' O.-u. Xi.? 37. 11a y choice $27. i . M, i.2'00. . Vii!:- steady, U 07. , '.Mid 7 i-lo. H.-'iH, clio'cu fugar cured fU.V(i',ed iOl-Si1. A. B. FISLAY, SlUIKil F'-5 SALE. The S'alo of jrtt.i'sippi. ) Washlnytoii County. ) Id ali:n :'i u Cu-i.it Court to j Ai'i-i; ten.). -'.0. TI:cclo-e 1'iil ) Venditioni Xo. 27 to vs. I!. So '.cvii'ixr. )F-x;)oiias. "!y virliPC of ihe il.rvc vendi itioi.i exponas -,o me diree'.cd, I Jsl.all expose to public i:do, : lite d.iorof liieCiJin't House !nC-rc:;' Viilo. witiiin ir.e iiniirs p'vse.riiKii ! F. F1XLAY, JNO. U.UC A. 23. FINLA C, ( DEALERS IX DRUGS AND MED I CI UL Fernery, Toilet Soaps, I'ciit:, DYES, GLASS fa. Onion sets, and Garden Gr Flower seeds of all descriptions. Comer Washington Avenue and Mulberry C GREENVILLE, 111 .January 15, 1S78. , . I have received and stored a b; EXCELLENT PITTSBPDa C All wishing to lay in a winter's-1: will consult their interest by gel! without delay. Arnt ibi ithe Celebrated MILBTJBN WAGOII. ,,,o C.HEAI , tit lo and inter it H. Seh!w,iiit'cr ov.inj; (icstnlxd Cc--i:nis3ioncr'8 Sale. Oi -ill Bros. & Co. ) 791 v. M:if,rte M'li.ir.'ld al. ) Wlieifiii, l v virtue of a llnal decree rendered in Ihoabovci'tyled e'ltine at the May term, a. il. of our Clmiieery eoiiri, In 1'nvnr of cnmpluiiiants ny;iinsl l!ie defend an i., Sla'jrfi! Mmiif ..Id and Joseph .loiiiiM'ii, miiinr In ir al hw of N. I!. I'lniin, deeetKi'il, rii'th-i njr ihe said iti'leiidanfi In pay lo the r.i!llil:lill:lllt V mhii of Sl ll)."i;')'i on Mie Ut ilnv of iH'eetnher. . d. made a; Afij::a:i W ars, A ilelnelinieiit cf tlir HrliNIi ar my lias bcoii ncvorn'.y ivo''leil 'o an cntM-roiiient iiear Cahiil. The A fliiurn linvo ga'hered iu lerj-e force, liinl tiie culioo.. i.i raUier threaltnJn !o (Joneral Holer s and his army, fo ills'ent fivni pes- uhlo leiief in "Use o! (tisiHT '. I fc. , j stiver! .'.-oin the ti!Hlevsi;."iied on LIo;ld!an Mc-enry : Clif.nip ' tho n of ,l.e -it ti iust.,' a lurgn unit, said to t;o a g:ou m:,. i,;;.. known in ihi.i corn;i;!i! 'y, ;,-iv; killed r.t Oriarvi; e, .. . o count y, ! nurlh en.-1, euniei- uf mi'ul lot six in In' llr rvi'.; V 1 1 I i i i ;:t to tile sui il i town et (ir.'eiivilie riiiiniii;; ilicneo ' v rslu'i'.r.i ah. ii'.' tho ou'h ide ol Miiiii it i't 1 1 ii.ii !iMii.i. In n I s.'.i.f!i.i-!y di reel ?ml-2.-)' feet ihenee I1"-. 1,1 defn'llt ail.' !i.;il.l he n xfi enicr! direeiiun SI tee I . "'M" "' 1,11 '"n'lVki.'U one-uaiv. uce in r. lionle rlv ilireeii.ui iierel in tuid to loi tiveof -eelioa trnliel vi 4 .Mulberrv siroel !C MVt seetn.ii llireeeN.-opi hl el !n Iho .'(Milt ot lie'i'iiiiun. I , .Hunt: ivivvij bei'ii I is v i ft I upon r.s fie ei'iy of tint (lelouih'.nt, II. '.'(."! viiii'icr nnd wil) he xild lo nll- fy tl:u plniutiirs elr.irn, IU! COSti, V. 11. HUNT, Sii'rlir of Washington county 4er!n;-(r-!', io3 "' 1.. I'i, iii. Ivor.s. I'liM'a ?-2!cIe, !3 on tho 2 n'Don:;e laeir trc'.i the ; arf.i.u.nrs that i: wv nn -r. . , uc.-. n .n.t C .),, Ll is , ,.o. .'. . .x ao! i.-Isi k ,r L.ii l-iuvo heard ;, !ib:o rnttr- .iih.e.l put unuii." iie.'u v ni,i'i. T. :e C'iu'dic r..iUati.m New j'oto.iiae. line IJrrrinjr Kxtra Muss and Xo, 1 Ma?'crel oi-tii s. uof.i:M; til. ' i m I I 1 1 1 ii im THE UA.UA' CLARICM. of Tho p. Clarion v as.Juin'.)! i; the tltli ;Mi.,r.f,vl .11 lie r..sii.(ie A I'l .he ..!.,: ;.Kiea wii'te bulfiid, r.bont i hands tinusu."i.y I,'.r;,o neck, broad ,vei;:.t r.tu; heavy bniU, mane end tail roaelipd, shod ho fore, l.itt had i.i.i enn l!:i!-' of one s,-oe. snmll loiter It In-muled on loft law. but r'. i-.ost rU'icvii. Tins u lust Villi nly." 'A r.!!, ir; fox irof. ; r.lso a smiw, wis- 'I'C iiaoo, and Is a free iiK.-ve.". J!.! "uer.f uiark'; on liips a'u' ' " ) )iy iiio above re V .or Jier oe!ivevy lo me, and a' o i weiily iioili rs for tho appro :.i .- in ol ".lie t ! i i o T. It. J. NUGENT. Lake Cod v nr. Bolivar coiintv, Miv-., Dercmber 13, 1873-3t 'ihi'ee (if said Ksrlinii'. lot two of si'tillen eleven, nil in towUchip nineteen, of wince ellii weiil, eou tuiniii!' 6,x 0! !00 ni-iw. more or j l"s, inn! conititutiii what i l.nown ns Die i'orkliind i!nnialio;i in tlio eoi:ir,y of Washington, Now, tlierelore. by virtuo of the authority vested in mo ni a peulnl commissioner under mid decree, I will on Moiidn, tha eih ilsv cf Jinaary, a. i. ' . 1380, in front of the Court House door in tho town of f.reenvillo, within tj.e lini.-H prescribed bv law, oiler descried real estate tor sale to tin- highest bidder, on a credit of four ninntli, o.1 a sullicicney thereof to satisfy tho amount o'f said decree and all cots. Siihl hid to bo secured by bond with pood iid siillleiont siirotios, eon ('itinnnj as )roviiled iu section vy-.iH -it-vlsad Co(!! G7i . L. T. KUCKS. Special CouimisHoner Dne-eiiibcr G, 1B79-:I0 bliiolds & ttkimier sols, for comps. (lie. Dalijr i will, i he j ,':CJ uv.. c.ri v ll V. !! ma l. MARTIN 'pel fully announce that their : Winter stock of Mi.iAiva cods be "HibliskoU every ;in.u5n,;, .u; will, cotitnu; fu! ,, ;:. of the proceed iiig-3 vf b.in lio.'M;.,.' .We will l ave a rejorter in Vadi lioiuc, whoso .rpeclul bauiuss it i' 'i oc, not only to ro.j:Qrt tho rri.i.-15:lg bill, io note ail 11): ;;, s yev.ni'iir y to the siUBisiosi. Vho i'.iblie Aef '. will be pub'.isoud ou tio d.'.y tuc ePeil'ng W.eir aiiprovul. Terms (Juo doiiaf pe.i1 n;o:Cii, or two dollars lo." Lej,l,,ia.ivo session. Will coninienca its forty-third j year oa the first of January. WeJ3K snail endeavor to inaui.a u lis cj- tablislied repniailon as a iii-t-ca.;s j ladies of (ho oily and ronnlv family ncivopnper. Two uollara jnrc retted fully Invited to call ud per year. . Subscriptions for either lliu Dai ly or Weekly editions can bo Pent direct to the undersigned, or by members of tho Legislature. FOWEII & U.UiJCSDALE, Jackson, .Miss. "ov n stove. These goods 0 5"lert1 cspeolnlly lor us in .oi" York markets, and are "V ,,'l in quolily and style. 'u3 -jtoek ennsistB of ' 1 i of all kieds NOVELTIES ' ri.it! exauiiiio our Kiocl.- MISSES kAKTIX. Mulberrv street, (irecnvilie. October 11, 17. Rio 50 Sacks CoUsa Java Mocha Mexican Golden Kio All of (ho choicest in market H, UOI.DSMtTII. STOLES. From Greenville on last fatur ilay nijiht. the 15th liiRf. n black horse mule, branded " V" on th0 left hip, with tho right ear pern linrly crlmpnd, at tho cud, as though It had beeu burned. A re ward of 'J6 will bo paid for th0 recovery ot tho mule and the cap tine of the thief, or $10 for tho mule. Nov. 22 1870-m. CommisaLoiieg's Sale, Win. L. Nugent 1 7G0 vs. ( Duke Jones et nl, ) By virtue uud In pnrsiuiuce of the llnal decree rondered iu the above cause on the 8th dav of June 178, by the Chancery Court of Washington county, Mississippi, I will, On Mery, the 19th dsy cf January, a. ri. j?80, in front of tho south door of tho Court House of tho said comity of Washington, be tween tho hours prescribed by law, expose to sulo nt public out cry to tho highest bidder for cash, tho following described properly, to vi"ii: The southwost qimrtur and the vest half of the northwest quarter of section nineteen, and tho northwest quarter und the vest ha.f of tho southwest quarter ol scctiun thirty, ol towuRlilp olfrhtoen, range six West, contain ing 480 acres, more or less, all situ ftted in tho said county of Wash -'ngton. L. T. BUCKS, Special Commissioner December 13, 1879 -20 Boot & Shoemaklng. T We have emplovcd I a flrst-clnvs IJOOT I J nnd SllOE.MAKEll, i" eoniiection with our SHOE STOKE, nud are now prepared to ninko to older any myie ot Hoots or Shoes, H0t,,nll!'!'clmil'i!l-Uii'tn; tieo. bhop in rear of Koro on Kry 8irL'et' whor o,,,c,,s mny WEISS & GOLDSTEIN. Ocrcmber 14, 1878. BwelllrsIZ; iron hale. A nice residence on fe lt is desirably loeited, I e-Mirv imirivtients, stiititiid uud lint-class U spit:t. Term ressoBat i.artieular applv n .v ii. Wv Tra3toa C. Whereas, on the clit!. J.kiiuiiry, a. d 187, Jic brnok. Into of ibis euiiu ii'id oteciili'd n cerl.li l trtiot id that dale. 1 tlei'd ii :'H'trdid in lli ( chirk' i.tllee of W ndtln tv, Miis.-ippl, in d.'t'.l No 'i, pities 19, 14, id s.-iid ollb'i'. nud by wtiicli i the said Westbro'ik i-ok fames 11. lillstls the folio mti IxhI property, situit and belli in tho couiily r iiij.'loii mid Slate of K and known uud dc'mt "Joynkr" farm, fro Lnkii Washington, bound north by liinils now or 1 belonging to John A. I the soutli by binds now nr ly belonging to Major Its' t he vest by lands now or 1 bel )r.ging to Mist resi 1! ami containing nine hit on acre, more or less, with the buildings and nients there ou, the terr nppurtenauees belor" anywise npperlalniitj t: said hinds, and the reve inalnders aud romaia. issues uud profits I he: said coiiveyanoe having I by said Westbrook to ' U, Eustls in trust to I prompt paymeut nf tr sory notes therein t each for the sum ot tort: dollars, with interest,' and expenses, u let for deed of trust. And wl. said James B. Eustis h tho undersigned that nek net In the exeeutlou of ( nud whereas, 'In that ( Sheriff of Waalilngton e itiitliori.etl to act aud ex deed. Now, therefore, 1 ance of said deed in trnr' provisions thereof, I wl. ZOthday of sell to tho highest bidder on tho premises all of tl iu said deed, mentlonei, of the proceed of said i first defraying nil expet trust, ns set forth in taid . the last named note j thousand dollar, with -and dahiage and at tor hereon, as set forth in ( The title to tho above is believed to be food, u only convey such title d vested by tho ternnof r W.B., Sheriff atu Oct. 11, 1879. Grand Ccr.tr;! C:: fmSlS BY JohoBle ttznl ft C:: . Having leased thC tral Itestaurant, we lut it supplied at all lime oyster, r;::i. and every good t!J a Words, nud will ntfclo e to plouHe our customers. It EG UL A It SL3,r POAO, C3 t-r Fine Lmlglttj ror- la t with the K:-:.