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AT,rBB.21.lS8a OFFICE RULES. .-:CRIPfiON TERMS- k'Tr rear, iB dTBee,f3:(iO gJJ'Vull.i adraue. ;(0 rVERTISlNG RATES- '' Advertising, One Ja. one Insertion,..-- $1: .Launt Insertion.. -fLe' notice., which are .SjnnJertbii heed, due on -; let pabllcat.on. No proof t...,v HALF-YEARLY AND YEARLY BATES! ,eUd lor at liberal Ratea. i m EJttorUl Kotlcea, except hi moaning thenraUiwer- -Jv: idvertsement, wilt be J "i m eenU per line; Oiitua Cfte same. Simple announce- 0f deaths or ma rr lagea tree. - who with to indulge in iT, termed "personal notices . Jrenuircl to pay iu accord itltU the nature of their art,. wa ANNOUNCING CANDI nATES: ' i , .: UAiid District Offices, $15 . i ,anty 0Ocea:.i.i" 1 fcsnt Offices....... - 6 ,'tefytttrara transient customers or written, for Job work, ad-"-'-. or subscription, must be - --allied by the Cash to obtain Jon. Accounts of , regular ' Jaws doe and presented the jtf each month. - GREENVILLE - " TO S ' Ax; .to calm.;... - ' AND " ' ST. 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Os aach ators atorkof S7,000to S. mch ttoiaatockol SIO.uoo to' 0naachatratoekofU,000lp t each atnr atoek otfi ,ouo to 1 On nail atora stock of M.ooo ta 1 On taeb atora atnek of SSS.OOO to ft OatMriistoTeatoek tas.ooots 5S,C . On ssek store stock om too.oou...... - - Bt'atkTax 187B: v . '. - 1 , For all purposes, ruilUr COUNTY TAX LEVY V ti' Fandod Bonds of County iUil Road llonds , . Sshool Tax C'ouutv Tax warner manuamus , i total County Tax ... 1 ToWM TAXES, 187 at General Purposes, Quarantine, Old Rail oad tbhd, ,1 C. ev Railroad Ootid, 1 Fire Department, . I,. . . Lkvkr Taxes. 1879t Levee eoustruetlon tax, one ter cettt per pound on wttoiL On all property, real and r n ad valorem tax of 6 mills For "19 oont bonds." ono'. cent per pound on cotton, two and one-half cents per a'' lands. . i' i-) i- .-., , for "5 centboudV" flVol Er acre on land. audamiu 1-8 ot. per acre or . County tl, Town taxc wled first luday iu Eetttc, uaually. Ci If VC2.12. Tie Ctsner;MUa4s; RysUas." Editobs Clabiox-As this is a qtiestiou of 'great importance to our State, and is just uow attrac ting (be 'earnest attention of tbe l$iiiaiure'as well as the press,! propose iu a brief way, to deal with it aa a simpta business pro blem, otie of dollars and ceutt to our Slate Treasury. ...The present lessee,- CoL Hamii. ton, states, iu his communication to the Joint Committee ou tbe Penitentiary, published iu your issue of January 90: "PtMr.leasa will yield 'to the State brer $10,000, with no expeuse to her. ' Again, he says, tu the same docu ment: " :-. ; ,; "".'v',': "The ttatc will owe' us, at the tcrtuiualiou of our lease, between aO.OOOand $-25,000, according to the law altd tbe terms ot out con tract." Jt would appear, then, tint in stead of $10,000 of clear profit being realized by .the . Utate, from the lease to Hamilton & Co, that from $20,000 to $23,000 will have to be pat4 them from the 8tate Treasury at the expiration of same, Jan. 1st 18811 T Uq w ea wt reconcile thoso two statemeuts showing as they do, a mikttifusl ducrepancy of from sixty to sixty-iivQ tbousaud dol lars on Cual settle'meut t 'iteferritig, next, to the aununl report of the Superluteudeut,' to bo found in your issue of Feb! 18 h wo luni'ti under tho head oi 'umount ,ine the State by lusseos uiidt-r the leniis of the contract, and tho amounts of iuiprovemuuts, etc. " .'V "Py the terms of tlifs , eontraet of len"C, the lessee obligated them- gi'lym Id luy tho slate tor all cuu viols uvit u:id hundred mid forty, (HO.) ouo dollar nud ton cstits per tiiouih. i " - .V e . The total amotiut of funds accruing to t!u- Htmo Iroul dale of lease Jiiiiu lriih, 137, to Juu'iary Ut, 18S0, I $29,804 69. ;: v !h! SI 3i.!:f f!TJil!otul auiiuiHi ot iinii'ovciueuts uml io laiia cou Hue ted tor' from "dale of Icitse to pri'scunijuo, h $25,897 68'' In addition to the' b.ve Lilt of t'oimirs and Iiiiiii'ovimiioiiIk. which lire to lio necomiiedtur ui ihuexpt-. ration of tho lease'' 1 ,'' lu oTIier words, "the 'total tttiiotfiit of Kinds ttccriil'ug to t he State IV y in flic date of loiue to Jan uary 1, WHO, nro already absorbed hi "repairs and improvements," and our bti(tu Treasury has tint to ilio I'Vi'si iu tunc, sntl tauiiot hero alter, receive olio dollar in cash from' this' souiee. , fTho. la ge in tdiiie which the St it id should re coivu ti'uin ouo thousand able bo-, died hands'! fur Ihu foiif and a hall ieai'seiubiaccd ii the present lease, dwindles' into stinplo repairs nid iiiiptovcmeutl of our State pttI with a uoniingeut FCiualu'!;!1 tl $20,000 to $25,000 to',bp?' : if C Slate, at.thocxpirrw: to Hamilton & Crf. Hut this is'' of the ca tho uso - ... . ) ul&lsj'c.iodof -140 adult Cotupu- four': " J'cscu hands at teu -'tr-yrth, or.evei't at $100 .oVuitily. a ' reasonable : wej;2!il the lesces are ,fiig ail actual bonus of $14, A pel annum, or a total of $56, '00 lor four years whilst tho State sfl'crs an actual loss of a like Sioutit. . vi ... . ' ,: -::A Is it to to wondered, with these Vures confronting lliein.our Leg .at nro' should pause before rc : ing or extending such a lease; Jd coiiaider If some plan cannot Jdcviied bv Whioli this valuablo i .1 increasing fund of labor can 1-Jn,a0 a source of revcuuf to t State at tho sinna time that B,.' - iniulnauco . o tho. ijOUvicts is Jt U ?vidcdfoi? ' " I "I'll A:."..: it...'.'....'!''.! ..ti kij creainig uuarti ui a uunu '.yVi, as provided lor JV the bill ".crday, reported from tho Joiut junlitee on Pciiitcutiary, and diug to their hands the man ent of our. Statu prison and ponvlct labor, ' a simple and lent agency would be establish -nd at a trifling expense to the ), by Which tho legislature Id be relieved of this cmbar-'-g and. perplexing qu slion, in e. Composed as it should f good, practical busluoss " they should, certainly. ,1)0 to employ ami dtieot this sa to, make it a source of jrallo revenue to the Slate, 1 tl be found Impracticable waive to employ it In build Jroadsand levoes, can they (fir ow fiirir GREENVILLE, T7ASHHTGTOII COUUTY, IUC3.a SATURDAY, FEUIIUARY hire out the convicts ts is now done I 1. v , li - I...... ...A ... I .u bkcv, auu iaa.vj me oiaifj the recipient of all profits, instead of the lessees ?:, i ; . j The objection urged by some, that the plan proposed is an exper iment and new departure, is scarcely a tenable oneia tbe face of the facta above referred to, drawn from the slatemeut of the Lessees and the Superintend it is full time a new departure were determined on, and no time seems more favorable . than the present; when nearly a year would be given the present Board to in form.' themselves fullr, mature their plans, and on 1st January next, assume the management of this institution, with the sole ob ject of not only making it self-sustaining, but a source of .income to the treasury, and a genera) benefit 46 all our people, : r ,i . !"'' ', COMMOM SeXS. Ittecpt to Eaildoze a Ungrtss. j :i.''.s! .'"' MB. .'i K.I- Emory Speer, of Georgia, will make a personal explanation o the house in which he will com ment severely on Gen- Sherman. Some tiino siuco Mr. Specr intro duced a bill to prevent military bands from playing on Sunday. The bill, was reported favorably upon by the bouse committee, on military affairs. Gen. Shermau wrote . Mr. Specr a ery caustic letter, In which ho iaid he would remove the troops and baud from thegarrisou at Atlanta, Ga., if tbe hill ' vas pressed to a passage. The fact that this letter had been written Spcers claims, was made known, through Shermau, to the people of Atlanta, who immedi ately beg'nn using their best efforts to stop the passage of the bill un der the law. Speer claims that no olHoer of the army is permitted to influence legislation, except thr'o the secretary; of war; therefore Gon. Sherman's conducet in the matter deserved reprimand. . Tke Pocket Veto. Minds County Ga.ellc. ; Tho Legislature of two years n'o passed what was called (he Itafiy Kikilroad Bill, - aUd with great unanimity. It proposed to foi-co the railroads of the S lata to act fairly) and honestly, and to slop their system of plunder sud hcucB was very popular with the people. ,..,,,,) ,; ; .. Gov. Stone, hoffever, saw,c; ktltntloual dlfllciitirs In tki- CT7 In other words, he sttw' l! i of the provisions olif'Ji rl! clearly uucoustHt. JA'k XtJ properly he tr" retained f Jl a .,Uug of 3 . . - t rf. in hid coders are no J. j, governor Stone's t L , was very severely, I , -o severely, that tho . :z.tr foitid it ueccssaay' to i' ; forward to tho foot ligths and vindicate hU uigativQ action. , IIsj Issued a pamphlet of considerable size, which was every where read every where pronounced an unaii swcrablQ argument,, t r ' ' ' The Goyeiior's veto of tho bill was sent to the Senate lomo days ago, aud on the vote being taken! "Shall tho bill pass notwithstand ing the objections of tbe Gover nor r" i hero was but one vote, in the atflruiatlye all the ' other's negative' ; The State very much needs a law for the protection of tho peo ple and the business interests of the country from the depredations of the foreign railroad compauies, and It Is to be hoped a law may bo speedily enacted on the subject which will afford the desired relief aud at the same tlmo be clearly within, the- limits ;of . legislative action. : '.' " : '.: . ' . ; flswoks) Wrlvhi't Oramg-c Durham, BiiMt rmat sutd bass uaoker. It xeclaall. ; Feliciana Sontinel: bn Wed nesday, morning i last Mr. L. 8. Crosier arrived 1 from Silkvtlle Kansas with forty thousand mul berry troea with whioli to inaugu rate the great work of ailk cul ture In our midst. Nearly all these Irons have been disposed of, a large portion leaf Ehroveport and in Poiut Coupee. Mr. Greater will make hit domicile In this parish and will pnsh forward the, txter. prlae which is dtttinci U . .1 such au Imprlaut era la cvr -rt perltjf, itwl'.ts:;;2- j tl c timely dam'.cecf tls f . r : lamented f-Slow cit:::j Lr. i. w. Caiii , : Tie late Br.TaUeia Senator Peerv introduced the subjoined resolutions in respect to the memory of the late lr. C- M. VaiJen, with these most appropri ate remarks: . t Mr. President Iu presenting these resolutions I eel that I am discharging! a duty doe to the memory of one of Missiuippi's most useful citixena. From my earliest boyhood . recolleettous I have knowu Dr. Vaiden, and he has always been a man of the same progressive ideas, Christian habits ana cuaritsule instincts .that so- distinguished him Iu his declining year;..-' ,?.-.f .;. .-:l. ' A' man, Mr. President,' whose exemplary couduct . throughout lire might be beneficially imitated bv all the youths of this eountry. I sincerely desire and feel assured that these', resolutions will meet the hearty approval of , the Miss issippi Legislature. Whereas, Dr. Cowlos Meade Vai den, who was for more than forty years a useful citiien of Mississiupl departed this life at his residence in Carroll county, on the 6th day of the present mouth, in the 63lb year of hia age; and, W horeas, The latter years of his life were chiefly given to the cause ot education in this State and his bcuofattlous iu thai behalf had culminated at the time of his dealli, iu his main support of sev: enty-thrce young men seeking an eductlion at our State University; and Whereas,' Thia' unprecedented, uuequulled philauthrophy in our midst had attracted to him while living, the admiration and love of thousands of our people; and oih titled him to tho gratitude of all the State; and, . iru: ; Whereas, Aside from the bene fits arising by contributions from his private fortune, which he so freely dispelled for the edueatlou of the needy sons of Mississippi, thebuuobling exnmplo of such a mauls worthy' to be rceoguizpd and his memory to be handed down by a public expression from the Legislature, of which he was but reoeutly a member; therefore, be iL i.'-,.'Kf.i Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Mississippi, That In the death of Dr. Vaiden, the State of Mississippi has lost one of the yc. vt phllaiithroptsts and the TV:.Jy its most liberal friend. . further, That iu do- . ;.w LUslcath, tu the name of ;r ""le of Mississippi, we bear p - - - t enr tostlmony to his integrity acter, to his unselfish pa- trlotism, and his generous and use ful efforts in behalf of the uuedu cated children of our State, -Resolved further, That these resolutions be spread upon tho Journals of the Senate and House of Representatives, and a copy of the same be transmitted by the Secretary of tho Senate to the family of decoaseil. ?'?'"' ! Of the lato Bishop Wllberforce this story la told : 6n one occa sion Jwhllo he was staying iu a iu a country house not many miles from Windsor, tho daughter of his host, a little girl of seven, suddenly broke out before all the assembled company: "I want to ask you a question, my Lord;' will you an swer me very very truly?" The bishop smilody took the child en his kuee, and said ."Of course 1 will, my little dear. What is it?" The child looked gravely up. at him, and let fall the terrlbleques-Hon'- "Why; does every one call you "Soapy Sam ? " " You , can can easily imagine tho feelings ot compan) ; but the bishop was quite equal to the occasion, and after having east e balf-mocklng and cynical glaneo round tho room, re plied slmplyt " I will tell you' my my darling. ( People tall , me "Soapy Sam' because, whenever I get Into hot wator, f always come out with my hands clean." S, .UCSS H rtit'i Cratje CarktB N. O. Times. Seuator Conkllng doesn't call on Mrs. Kaie. Chase Bprague any more alone. When he calls vow betakes hia wife w)th him. When Mrs. Conklfitj-la along he feels safe from S Prague's shot gun. .The Sens tor and his wife dined with ILitk EjMtt-tie at her rostisnoe in wa:L! im rt'T r two f-9. It tie: la t hi. ltfci-r-r r :t I t ... -" t WliWSB GC0DS. Weiss & Goldstein Have just received from New York and the Eastern markets, their stock of ' , Fell d 7intcr Gcods, embracing the latest aud most fashionable styles of. . consisting of St2;!3 L fincy Dress Gsods J ; SPLGXD1U USE Or . : Fashicr.zth Caliccs ; Cssrsisa Cssds ; v 1 CIsyss, C:sisry ets., i l&ilt Clssks, Scsrfs &Rd ' ! Cur Chc3 C:?srtr.r.t ia still a prominent feature in our trade, and our stock Philadelphia lter.d-Esda Shoes is large aud complete, and fully np to their well established reputa tion aa the best that are sold in this market.' r.:i W;. !... Gs:.ts Clothing ' AND rVRNlBHINO aOODS of latest fashions and best manu facture; a full stock iu hand. ' -Ootober;4, 1879 . j ; m j ? LIVERY STABLE. ...in i 1 MARK ECRSTONE Respectfully Informs his friends anu the public that he has taken lha l.lvorv Htabln 'frnirl nwnnfl by Wm. Marshall, and will here- alter conduct it at a general,, Livery tr.d Fesd tilth, pledging himself lo give the best attention lo animals committed to his care. y- i-v v ' HORSES. CARRIAGES, and other vehicles kept for biro, t January 8, 1880, ... , . THEODORE FOUL,: MULBERRY STREET, Groonville, Hiixixi. ' Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Foreign nnd Domostlo lu IQUOliS, 7i2xe. Porter, Ale, CIGARS tuid TODAOOO 1 1 call especial uttcittion to my well selected stock of - Old IContuolcy Bourboit ;;''.',.w HIBK K Y , also Depot of Milwaukeo Bottled Beer. Select brands of ,s Chswlag and Smoking Tobaccos uov 1 9878 , f, , , s Bcpt end Shccna!:er. zxehit? o. CAiaZXczn : J,'iv MtACTlCAt, ; . ECOT and SHOEKAKER, ; GREEN VlLLE, MISS. Shop on Mulberry street, opposite i , l'ostolficc building. , Ladies and Children's Shoes a specialty. . - , Boots aud Shoes mado of the best, material, i tho best Myle, and guaranteed to glvo satisfaction REPAIRING Promptly attended to. Orders , solicited. . . jauS Zloztera. Galcca Dillisrd Hcop. ' ' Mulberry Street, GREENVILLE, MISS We keep the lluost and best Liquors, 7ins, Clears, ani beer; : and have tho smoothest and best Billiard Tatlej iu the city. s-ivjq j.pu.Oyittr kept during the season, nnd served in tbe moat tempting si vie. IIKXTER BROS January 9, 1800.. . Best Cl Shccmakinj. Wo have employed a flrst-cloki boot I and SHOEMAKER. in connection with our SHOtt STORE, and are now prepared lo make to order any alvle of rle or Shoes, or lo do ary r ; : ' ii short no. V ,lltr U n?x of t'ure i 1 . .ry .rfA.:s ..:' I; . .i. 'I 21. 18S0. NO S3 ( PROFESaiOKAL. So W. FERGUSON, " ITTOBSEYATLAW, GREKXVUXK. - - - - MISS. W. A. PKKCY. , , W.O.YEBOCB. Pcroy Ci Terser, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, .. Greenville, Miss. O. XT. CLAIHXE, . Attorney at Law, ' Greenville, Miss. J. W. ShirltU. Joobaa Sklaner. SIIZELDS & EHINI4XH r ATTaUNEYi AT LAW, ' 1 Greetivlllo, Miss." Office In Alexander's building. ( Jas; Rucks. " ; ', L. T. Rucks HUGHS & RUOSS, . ATTOltNEYS ATLAW, -. Greenville, Miss. - . i. M. Jarae. K. Pleard. JAYNE tft PZOARD. ' ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ; .,.,r . ',,.-- Greenville. Oftice in Alexaudcr Block Room 4 A. D. PACE, ATTORNEY AT LAW r : ::) . i Greenville, Miss . (Oflkis la " naycrafl'a Office. R. D. CAMPBELL, (Formerly of IheCantou situ. Bar) ' ATTORNEY AT LA W, i ' . ! . OBEENVILLK, MISS. Dental Notice. 3 . 4 sfiltl1 J? I have located hero permanently, aud tender my piofesslonal servi ces to tho people of Groonville and surrounding country, iryofflc over the store of C.' V, Lewis ft Co. - ' HENRY ROBIXSON, ' dec7 : , it ,it DontUt. Dr. J. X. YOUIIO, DENTIST Office over Flnlay's Drug Store Greenville, Nov. '22. O. H. IIEIsEC Civil Eieginser. Sarvcydr, -AWD-i Real Estate Agenii Miss, Greenville (Ep'ttl attention given to paying taxes,) iiyaott. D. Q. O'DANNON, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, orebkville. . Coiirt Days 1st and 8d Mondays, Offlco over Penrce's Store.'- Bank of Greenville, V. A.rOLr.dtR PreaMenS. Transact a General : Baalzing; Duciness, BONDS ANT 8CSIP Bought and Sold. Special attention ta tho payment of taxes it this district. nptlS Begailiar N)w Orlrana and recti vllle Packet. , J. U. 7HITE C, llulinva,,,. Mailer ; (elmca Clerk i JC3I.Jk Leaves Now Orleans for sSZliGreenvillo every TI1URS DAY ai 6 p. m. leaves Greenville for Now Orleans every SUNDAY (riTTIiis line reserves the viarht to pass Landings thut the Captains may cousider unsafe, l'aiiscnger; to New Orlcnns 1 make lightning time, avoiding Railroad delays nun expense. The fare and general ac comodations, cannot bccxcellcd. Their Boats do not run here on ly through the cotton season; but also through the dull mouths, to servo a public convenience; which shippers should coulluuo to recip rocutfl Greenville, Celunbns and Etaaing kaa Cailroad Cospasj. i, ? T Uutll larlher notice 1 rains will hive Greenville far !f-cv!;iet 8. a n. 1t s r ' w'.'l I -vt r; v tit a. i.' --' - COUET TEEKS 4th CIST ElCf CIBCTIT COURT. B. r. TttlMBLE, Jadge." t. W. Clarke, IUI. Attonwjr. Coahoma county 2d Monday f September and March continue twvlvodays. Bolivar county 4th Monday ot September aud March cubtiane twelve days. Washington couuty 2d Monday of October aud April coutiuub thirty days., vo - . - ' Sunflower countv 8d Monday of November aud May continue six days. ' Sharkey county 4th Monday of November aud May- continue six days. ;, Issaquena couhIv 1st Monday of December and June coutinue twelve days. . CHAKCRhT JOtJlt , ; fK W G maurs ; Ckaettor. . Coahoma county 4th liouday October and April, aud continue twelve day.' - 1 ' " ,J Bolivar county 2d Monday of November and May, and continue twelve days. , . , , Washington county 4th Mon day of November and May', and continue eighteen daye. . . . Issaquena eouuty 3d Monday of October and A prll, and contiune six daya. '; ui- s f n nrf;-" Sharkey comity Sd Monday of October aud April, and contiune six dave. . , Sunflower county 1st Monday of October and April, and con tinue six days . .-,:,'. l, ., : " SurRKMM Cot'BT: ! ' Terms of Supreme Conrleom menceon the Srd Mondays of April and October. ; JUIH.E3 UrTllX8Ul'BEllK CotkT. . H r Siiurnll. thief Juelb e, II II taalavsta', 1. 'A. P. Camuliell,. Auoclatea.' , Stark, , IMIm Ulnoa circuit. toi.UT.- Kobt. A. Hill, "r"" ' " Jaitv Geo. 'I'. 8 wane), " . i; , ; Cwk Terma liogln in Jaekaan oa Um 1st. ; Moa ilaya in May and Koreiulier. ' ( i;. s. oisthic't'coikt r or soutzxsit ' DisriticTorMiss. Rotit . A . nut, .' 1 . 1 "'isW. Ceo. T. Mran.i, 'in, . Crk. Salona nonraeare ia Jarkaa oa IhS 4th MomUya of J iineand Jannary . ( , , CUUNTV orIUALa ,,. , , MBunsas or th ho a so orscrtu iseal. rtret UHtriet a, w. witkxiTFie. .', Second DUtHct-.W. at.'WOXTK7S:aT0k Third liatrt1-' IIAMUKT CTX.' -fourth Dlttrict Jao If tyc-"' n ; FIMi UWrlet P. M. ALKJCAXJi- : Regular meet Ii'" are hol lr the Board of f Tpcrvuors on' tit )st Mondays of Jauuary, liareh,Ti.lys. August, and October anl ,ry contiune la aetiion 4 iye xxi longer. ' . :; . ' Mrmliers of IUWitnr) : JOHN W. KW.LUS,-j ... l'KTKtt JliTCIIILL . ' , . Senator rrum Kflt Dlalriel. w. a. Axics(sr ' ..'w- W, E. lluut, C M Julmson. W. N. M rrlrt, Jno P Fhilay Jol a Kewaom, : S. Archer, : Caaosrf-Yt. , C1rcat t.lt.' Coanty Tmtgr ! . ) . 'm Ascaor , School lupsrialsadsal., ' TOWS OrFICIAt.S. '' i' " '! '. ' 'Unfit, Y. r&UMAST.') ll '..'?' , i .L'oaaellnMa ( I' lj:ui JOHN. W. WARD, JOUSP, FtyLAT O . W . L. WALKER, L. IJaTlA. ' . ' )i. ' ! l. I ) I- Ii! f ,1 Clerk, ; ff-;n) Tre.uiiier, ,;. City Mumlial, Street Snnenrlaorl'' .... ThMMlvjPd , , w, .'. rt 1 ' . H. Kmtir The Town Couhcii tceetf ti the 1st Tuesdays of eavh CC-..S. ' Boars Klssissi-l Uvea Xxi Regular Meetings ttenvi llszixt of January and July ' coMMiaaioaaas.' 1 s w. FiCmicsoN, rrssideaii Cbarlvall. Smith,. ' ; I tr,i. ,.i. c T Worthlngton, . " asblaflan Ceuaty. Dan. It. HMMloac, ' i j ' - pi--' E. r. Miller, . . .Bolivar Coaaty T, W. IfHyee, Ieatuineoa coanty. Wm. Gibbons, Sharkey county . W. A Mftthm, Seemary aad Ti satar r T. S. Anderaon, k . ' i. , Itaalnssv Postal iVr.rcct.: All itovtnKomaailat -wtd lay Featis Stsm) tetters In the UnHed, Btataa nbt half oane ...... lesaii Drop letters, iter half onnce at tstter tearrlsr oe. Ji Xt), X'. I csats. Drop letters, pet half: ounce at aoa- , t carrier olBce,. 1 oents Regtatered letters, In addition to the proper postRfe-..-,,:.,;;, 10 esnts,! PoeUilearttaencli, ......,...,... mt Pamphlets, oosaalonal .pabllcatioaa; ; tranaient newapapera, mafnslMS, booka, perlodlcaU, poatcra, hand- " j bills, printed aMet mosie, pros- . ; pecluMa, maps, aad proof-alieeta, fur every two ouncea Or fractions part thcrertr..,,..,!.,..,.... 1 ceat Printed cards and blanka, lltho- grnh, e!enoaplc vlewa, bock . inanuacrlpt, uocealrd clrculara, j sed, cuttlnga, ' balbs, roots, and ' scions, inerchandiite and samples, ' ta packet,- aot exceeding 4 lb, la - - weight, per ouuee. 1 sa ' 1 1 he niidreaa of the tender, togCh- eir with the word "from " Indl- eating from whom ith paekaga i eomea, may now be arlUen either i Inaide or ouUlile the package, aa . " j well a atatement it the contents of ' ' ihtpaelaga:t ''' . . Kewspaiera and pnrludioala, lo rrg : ular anbacribera . weekly or oAea- er, per pound. '.'. .'. ., I scats Kewapapera and perlodlaale, to rag- . alar lUbacriliara, leaa freqoeattjr thaa weekly, per poaad .,.. I eetita, PerlodlcaU exceeding two eaaee to alight, dnpnolted talettar-oar- rler eSkca foe loaal dedivsry, . j , . ach ...i,......, treats. All mailer not at leuer ra- aaat be ere- mid ia full, aad aa wrapreW tUt It m bs am mined with oat iWateo)tag dm wssnar; Uqaida, pnlaoa, aaploalvas aad asr aVaa frraaa matter at exolwM . Unpaid letters at seal M tts EwaJ Lsr.S C-,m WatUagtoa. - ' t Tsr t r,r.r:!Jlaa4 r . ., ... ... t r