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Bto tMh i tort (took 135,000 to M,0Q0....1w 00 i toh Mora Mock orcr aat.ooo uo 00 f," Btam Tax 1879. r all nrpowa,.l mill- 1 ' CoBifTT Tax Lkvy 1879i . Endear; aof Counly 1 mills. hool Tax 2 ?unty Tax 7. arner.tBaudamtia 8 -fclCoiily Tx Towx Taxks, sertl Porpoaoa, iri.) ' : lt.:ipoad.Bond, Hi:roa.t Cond, Eertrtmont, Lxrxx Taxks. 1879 eoitctructl. tt tax, ontMjnax wi t per pou nd on wtton. f 4 prcp3rty, resl aud peraonnl, a :.rci trxofftmllli. r "Wecxt ksria," oneeh lpr nr- cii eotton, and o:;.9! . ctrti far acre ca "5 erxl fro cciU f,"e on k-.j. -amm 1-8 ct. tror acre on land fi'jy ai Town taxe are J nrt'I9iiday iu September ift miiu. 1879. - ft mllli 81 ," II A . U " vol ia. Tits Little KkIu. iittlc block thmll mU nmutd a WhoJ MoeUiKuls ant foon and biIm uMUtaadlivtbehitM . &UltW!TedUM-allM. Tho Mrobltm Out pet hap aaotber Uoab)- wUI with m gtil aad awia Saroat and toil ami ivftrud bother Try aad ttrinc oat riht aaala. Let u tara I ap aal dulag, n-tk) aow ao mor with j j Ltam pkuilum pat aanaing , Threw tat darned taiaf la the frU. ltw itsc1 Ttv. from the Dally Bute. . 8hortly after th occupation of Peuaacola and the expulsion of th Bpauish authoritiea from Florida by General Jackton, Mr. Edward Palfrey, an old citizen of New Or leano, now dead, wa wont to re, late, that whilst aUndin. behind the counter of tho National Bank, hia attention waa attracted to a group of iitlltary ofSccra who en tered the bank and inquired for the cashier. Tho chief of the par ty was a man gaunt, item-featured aparo and waited of form, but erect aud Arm of carriage. The caihler having appeared, the chief introduced hlmiell: Ml am Andrew Jackaon, Uajor-Uene-ral of tho Uuttcd Sulci army, commanding the force now occu pying PcusncoJa. My aoldlera are ufiering greatly for tho want of provliioni, clothing and med'elnri Immediate relief ia required,, aiid I mutt have $20,000 to purchase auppllea. llere ia my draft on th gOverumcut. 1 desire to bar It cashed." , y . ' Tho cashier waa appalled by Ihli demand. There was no authorily to honor this chock. The court otia but ttrin niunuer aud the proa tig of tho chleflaiu, however, r al rained any such tutlmaliou from the cashier, llcqnesilng the gen eral aud hi staff to bo seated, ho retired lo tho rear ode l th president, aud communicated th appiiKIn domand of the conqueror of ' FluriJii. Tho prcldout was equally alarmed, and dipa'e!ied a uiessciiifer lo convoke tho direct ory. They quickly aicuililul, aud the nul'JiTt waa referred to them. It should bo borno In mind tint I nt I lint time U ennui Jackson wns rt'arikd with a great deal of bit. I ernes ami dtsiriist by u large pb lltlcal (inriv in tho couulry. lie was looked 'upon at a dangerous ami assuring military chieftain, who menaced the integrity and Irmluin of our civil Institutions, and especially of such Institutions na the great National Batik. Tho directors of the branch tank horo were doubt leas some what pervad ed with this sentiment. Rtill the rnlea of .the baun Justified them In declining to advauce tho sum re quired by General Jackson, and tho president was Instructed to communicate this conclusion of the board. , Ho did so with all the auavity usual ou such occasions. Then, rising from his seat, and advancing to th counter behind which the polite prcsldout stood, the old chief asked : "Do I understand yon, sir, to say that this bank, haylug th money or tho United8tates in ila vaults, declines to advance a sum sufficient to supply the immedlato needs of two thousand patriot sol diers whom I havo left tu th swamps of Florida, exposed to fovors and starvation ? " . With profound regret tho rulea must ba observed. Whcreupou, with flashing eye aud. that terrible aspect never to be forgotten by any one who aver beheld Old Hickory in a rage, the General, raising high his gauntlet ed hand, brought it down with great force upon (he counter, ex claiming: "By the Eternal 1 1 will live to servo yonr rascally bauk as I hnvothe Spaniards in Horittn, ns equally the enemies of the peo ple aud of liberty.'' ' With this fearful menace and vow he slrodo with bis staff out of the bank. Aa he emerged from tho bauk, tho Geucral encountered two Irish-born ell liens, insrcliants of Now Orleans, who had heard of the order of the bauk, and Lai hastened to join the General, with offer to cash hia draft and furnish all that he neodod for his army. bm WftrkS CaeaS a rota- mm Mel S)Si. is Boots all. A little boy entered the fish mar ket the other day, .and teeing, for te ttrsi time, a pile or bUters lying on the eonuter, looked at them iuteutly for some time, wkeu he exclaimed : "Them's thebtj. gest grasshoppers I ever seen." j , Qar.i;:tviE, ttactttotcii couuty, tttt RrtstraUi let, An Act in relation to registra tion of persous entitled to vote. The election districts, heretofore established by the county board.of registration in each county, shall eontiuue to be election districts o ii les altered by Commlaiionera of Election of the county, whose duty it shall be to establish such districts, and alter, and change the same, from time to lime, as may b proper. - It shall be the duty of the board of supervisors of each eouuty to cause an entry to be made oa the minutes of th board, at some meeting, aa early as convenient after the passage of this act, defi ning by mete and bound th sev eral election districts ia thecouuty aad suitably designating each of them, and establishing on votlag place ia each of said election die trieta which election districts and roting place shall b those here tofore designated by tho county board of registration. - Each election district thall be either the district for th election of a member of the board of super. visors, or a ob-dlvisloa of such dial rid, and thor (ball not be mor lhau oa voting place in each election district. Thebook or registration of tho election of . th aeveral election districts ia each count v, and the poll books, aa heretofore made out shall be delivered by lb eouuty board of registration iaeaeheoua ly if not already doae, to th clerk of th eireait court of the eouaty, who shall carefully preserve them aa the records of hi oOee; aad the poll book shall b delivered la time for every election to the eommka stoiiers of election, and after the election, ahall be returned to the aid clerk. The clerk of the circuit court of each county abali register ou th registration bonk of tho eleoiiou district the residence of such per aon any one entitled to bo register tered as an elector, on his appear lug before him, and taking ami subscribing the oath required by article seven and section three ol the Constitution or this State, aud printed at tho top or the pages or tho registration book, which sub scription of oath aforesaid, shall bo by the porsou writ lug bis name or mark in tho proper coluuiu of aid bo k. . 5o person shall bo rcgistorod, for auy other election district than that in which ho reside at tho time; and wheu an elector duly duly registered, shall chaugo bis residence to another election dis trict in the same eouuty, ho may bo regUlered lu, the eleetiou dis trict to which ho has moved, by ap pearing before tho clerk of the circuit court of tho eouuty, and re questing him to erase his name from tho rcgister.of electors iu the olection district of hi former resi dence, which said clerk shall do. No person who ha been convict ed of bribery, perjury, forgery, grand larceny or auy felony, shall be entitled to bo registered, or it registered, the name of such per ou shall be erased from the book of registration ou which it is found by tho clerk of the circuit court. Whenevor any person shall bo convicted Iu any circuit court of any of said crimes, said clerk shall thereupon erase the name of such person from book of registration. And whenever auy person shall bo eonvieled of any of these crimes iu any other oourt lu auy other coun ty, the prosldlug judge thereof shall certify the fact iu writing to said circuit olerk, who shall there upon erase the name of such person from said book and Ale said certifi es ts as a record of his ofiiee' A full pardon shall restore any person whose name hat boon strick en from the register of qtulllled electors, or who has boon denied registration because of conviction of any felony, to his right lo vote, and upon application, hi name hall be placed on the register of qualified elector of the proper eouuty. If the eomrulssloners of oleetloa hall order a change ia the bounda ries of any of tho election districts iu .the eouuty, they shall at oxoo eauAo the resistor of voters la th election districts, aCWeted by such change lo be so changed aa to con form to the change of districts, aad to contain only the names f quali fied electors la th eleetivn dlatrts as made by the chatt's of ttuu rlos. ' No change t totn;r:. ct an election Cziz'.zl sLall ti ici-'j wlCln one month fcc're i "V t:- lion to Im hold In such it'.:.. ' ' any change mad shall be eertiAed to by the board of supervisors, aud eutered oa lie minutes. At the time of entering the name of auy person oa the register of elector ia any election district, tho clerk of the circuit shall enter such name in ita order oa the alph abetical list of voter lu such elec tion district, so as to preserve the list of all qualified electors ia such voting districts ia their alphabetical order, for coavenenee of refereaec. Any person who shall knowlT procure hit regis tration as a qualified elector, when be is not entitled to b registered as sock, or under a false name, or aa a qualified elector iu any other elertiot district than t&at in which he resides; shall oa conviction, be Imprisoned ia th peaiioatiary for a lime not exceeding tea years. Any false entry oa the book of registration made knowingly, and any naanthorixed erasure or alter ation therein, shall be punished as provided for the alteration of any public record, kept iu any public office. Whtn Hie registration books now on hand shall be filled o a to contain ao more names of- per sons registered; the board of super visor of the county thall procure others like those heretofore ia uso to be kept, and used a herein di rected, or shall cause the book now In us to b enlarged or added to, as to contain tit name of per sons registered; and the board of supervisors shall cause new poll books, containing an alphabetical Itst of the name of voter 1m each election district In th proper or der of said names, to be made from time to time a may be necessary or proper, aad iu such case of de struction or mutilation of th reg ister of voters, so as to make It proper to have the the names of electors on the old register Iran scribed on a new one; tho said board thall canto It to be done at tho expento of the county, aud the new register so made shall have the tame effect as the old ouo. The ci'eull clerk shall bo enti tled to such compensation' for his scrVleos as rt-gUtrar ol (bo county, not lo exceed fifty dollars In any year, as tho board of supervisors m iy allow. An Act to systematic the re cords of Slate tax lands, facilitate Tax Collector's settlements, and for other purposes. , Section 1. Be It enactod by the Legislature of the Stato of Miss issippi, That the Auditor of Pub lic Accounts be and. he is hereby authorised, to eompilo from the record ol hia office, a consolidated record of all lauds uow held by the Stato for taxes iu each eouuty, from the sales for taxe of the fis cal year 1874, to the sales of the year,1880, Inclusive, except .thator those counties In which there was no talo under the Abatement Aet of 1875, the lands shall be compiled regordleuof the date wheu sold to the State. See. 3. Be It further enaoted, That in making such record, he shall omit, by and with the advice of the attorney General, all lauds so indefinitely described as to be void according to recognixed legal rules, and the claim or color of the title of tho State to such mis described lauds shall be held to be cancelled by virtue of tuch omis Sou. . See. 8. Bo it further enacted, That where it shall bejbund in compiling, that the aarae lands have been sold twice to tho State, nor redemption or purchase having becu made from tho first sate, the auditor shall disregard the last sale, in order that there shall be uo duplicates In the new record pro vided for by this aot; aud ihe re cord shall be made up In sections townships and rangoa in the order that they appear upon the land rolls, and thall show Ihe date of the tale to Ihe State, and to whom assessed whan told, if the list on filo ibow these facts. 8ec 4. Bo It further enacted, That when eomploted and care fully revlaed and compared, the Auditor shall make an exact copy of each tueh reoord, to be aeut to the proper oficer of the eouaty in which the lands are situated and hall preserve oue for use in his own o2ce; and he ahall have bound all book that may be required for the suesssful execution of this law; aad In eilllrj isc rsori for Ike soumCm ia to love' t.UUv loric:iasJl3ve ! s!l ts t9. ' "' ' ' '' C J. ft. Zi It t-t'.'-j t . satuziday. apzizl s, r- , t been completed, the Auditor shall I t .t i. ..i . .i t gut iiuiicb uj cirvuiara lu wi e pqv- pla of the State at large, that in all eases where the taxes have been paid on lands, aud they have after wards beeu eold to the 8tato im properly; the tame will be released at hia office free of charge, noon presentation by the owner Or per sons interested, of the tax receipts of the fiscal year for which tueh lands were sold, but in such case the Auditor shall collect any tax es remaining due before issulug a release, and shall account for tho tame aa in case of land purchases or redemptions. Said cerilficatea of release, shall be presented' lo aud registered by the Stato Treas urer at lu tho case f deeds execu ted by tho auditor. But where it shall appear that tho taxes of tho fiscal year for which the sale waa made were aot paid, aad that there fore the aale waa proper, the Audi tor shall not give credit to owuer for tho receipts of any aubsoqueat year. It sbull be the duty of tho Tax Collector ot each county to ascertain where it Is possible, all lauds tn his eouuty which are lot properly held by the Stale Levee Board; and roport the ainj to tho Auditor of Public accounts, who thall release all such land, and re port them to the proper officer of Ihe county to be as so Mod. Bectlou 8' Be it further enactod, That th Issueing of release fro of charge shall only apply to lands now held by the State Improperly; but If laadt eHaU bo Improperly told to th j 8tate altar the tyitem provided for by aot thall have beeu Inaugurated, th Auditor thall b entitled to the release fee a pro vided In th rovouue law; but whore noa-reatdeuta pay their tax- etatthe Auditor's office, and tho landi paid thall be Improperly told it thall bo th duly of tho Auditor to erase Ihcm front tho tale list, 8oc 7B it 'further entoted. That the turn of twelve hundred dollars be and the aamo 1 hereby appropriated, out of any money In the Treasury not otherwise appro priated, to pay far tueh extra clerical force a may be necessary to porform the work required to bo done by this act. but beforo the Auditor thall darw a warranty ou Ik) Ttauror to pay for such labor the samo shall bo examined, and the aocouuts approved, by tho Gov ernor aud Treasurer. Sec. 8 Bo it further enacted, That this act tako effect aud bo in force frtftn and after its paiad? Approved March fttnO? , ' Ciarlty River Cc2Us.ii E- -part. . ludlanapolls, Ind., March 18. Iu furnlahlshlng th abstract of tho recent report of the Mississ ippi river commission, mide to the secretary of war last month and transmitted to congros uo mention was mado of tho iniu orlty report signed by Uen. Beu. Harrison, of Indianapolis, and Gen, Comttock, of Detroit, a sj u opsi of which has boeu prooured by yourcorrespoudout. It hold that levees are of very little vain In Improving tho low watorof tho river; that bad navigation arisee from excessive low water at cer tain places, aud it must be cured by contracting such a low water width to about 8,000 feet. This contraction must be effected by work in tho bed of tho river, and not by leveesVon top of the bank out of contact with low water river .The signer admit the necessity of levee in protecting alluvial lands against destruction by over flow, and to obtain xlhis protec tion they advise the closing of such gaps as now exist, berause of the lack of experience in the improve ment of streams by the method suggested. I7ri;t'i Cr;3 Jrhn -( T-kHMM iathokoat . A young American, who-ha been In Pari for a year studying medicine, was visited by his lather, Like a dutiful ton, he parados hit paternal eonteieutlonily through th city, and points out Its archi tectural lions. Finally they halt before a many-pillared building. " What is that lordly pile I" aked Ihe old man. " I don't know,," re plies th youth ; " but there- Ee a sergeut de vllle." Thoy crossover and put the qiieitloii. ' Tl rwilemen," styt Zw, "it t i Haiical Ehocl." it leso. no S3 So .W. FERGUSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, aaxixviixx. ... iiiss .A.PERCY. W.O.YEROKR. Pcroy Ct TTerger, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, . Greenville, Miss. c. vr. cLAiirn:. Attorney at Law, Grekxvillk, Mias. J. W. tthiehb. Joshua Skinner. C-i IiC3 ss C .J. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Grecuvlile, Miss. Offleo lu Alexander's biilldintr. Jaa. lfueka. L. T. Rucks nuci3 a nuczc, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Greenville, Miss. 1, U. Jajrno. M. Pleanl. jayhc ft PICAIID, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, " Grkekvii.lk. Office ia Alexander Block Room 4 A. D. PACE, ATTORMKY AT LAW - Greenville, Mlas (Offleo In 'HUman'. Otto." n. D. OAUPDELL, (ronatrlrortboC itoa stlM. Bar) ATTORNEY AT LAW,. oaKRMViLi.K, mas. I have located here permanently, and tender my ptnfhtaional aer vi ces to the people of Greenville and surround! ug couulry. trOSci over tho store of C. W. LowltACo. 1ISNRY ROBINSON, dec7 . Dentist. D- j. L oui;g, DENTIST. Office over Flnlay's Drug Store Greenville, Nov. .2. G. H, IIEIsH Civil Er;i:::r, Cumycr, -AXD- Real Estate Agent Orkrnvilt.r ... Miss. (Ripf lt attmlloa given to paying taxes. ily 20 tt. d. d. o'SAnrcn, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, ORREWILLR. Court Days 1st and 3d Mondays. Offleo over Pearce's Storo. Bank of Grccnvillo, W. A. POLLOtX Proaldeat. Transact a General Pfinl-ing Business, Bought and Sola. Spoclnt attention to the payment of taxes In thin dislrlet. . aptlS villa Packet. T.I2. T7IIT2 C. Holmes, tMor Calnico Clerk ! r". . Leavos New Orloans for Greonvilloevcry THURS DAY at A p. m. leaves Greenville for Now Oilcans every SUNDAY CT'f his line reserves the right to pMAS Landings that tho Captains mav consider nnssfo. Paasengers to New Orleans make lightning timo, avoiding Railroad delays and expense, me tare and general ac comodations, cannot bcexcelled. Their Boats do not run here on ly through tho cotton season; but also through tho dull mouths, to servo a public convenience, which shippers should coutlnuo to recip rocal r"i Dr. C - 7 L " " COTJET TERMS -4th DISTEICT CIRCl IT. COURT. D. V. THIMBLE, J0. C . W . Clarke , 1H.I . Atturarf . . Coahoma county Begins on the 4th Monday of February and the 1st Mouday of October aud may coutiuue 12 Judicial days. Bolivar county Begins oa the 2nd Mouday of March, aud the 3rd Monday of October aud may con tinue 18 judicial dais. Sunflower county Begins on I lie 3rd Monday after the 2nd Mon day of March, and ou Ihe 3rd Mon day after the 3rd Monday of Octo ber and may continue 12 judicial da a. Sharkey county Begins on the 5th Monday after Ihe 2nd Monday of March and the ftth Monday af ter the 8ftl Monday of October aud may continue 12 judicial day. Iaaquena eouuty Begiuiou the 7th Monday after the 2ud Monday of March, and the 7th Monday af ter the 3rd Monday of October and may continue 12 judicial day. ' Washington counly Begins on Ihe 91 h Monday after the 2nd Mou day of Marth.'aud the 9th Monday after the 3rd Mouday of October and may continue 30 judicial daya. CHAKCKRY COURT. W O rn-u-a Issaquena county Begins oa th first Monday of April and October aud may continue six judicial days. Washington couuly Begins on tho second Mouday of April and October and may eontiuue eigh teen Judicial days. Bolivar counly Begin on tho 1st Monday of May and November aud may; continue twelvo judicial ') ' Coahoma counly Begin on tho 3d Monday of May and November, and may conllauo twelvo jnUal Sunflower conntvCr-,.cat lit Monday of June aadDees;kr ot each year, aad mty eextiavt six judicial days. Sharkey county T;!s ox tho 2d Monday of June aud C;Tttr of each year, and reiy eontlsu tlx judicial dayt. ... BuraxMn Couxt. Term of Ss;ret Court eoa menceoa Ike Srd Uoxzyi cf Ap ril and October. -triHiae o thx L"rr czvzx. 1. 1. Ooorge. Chief aiwtlao, at Uast I. A. P, Uamvtitll, AmocmIm Olerk, . C:tmtta. . v. a. ciacuiT cocwr. MoW. A. Hilt, " ' 5 JM-. Geo. T, 8raaa, - Term beglk in tfaekiMta on tbelal. Mob. itayi la May and XareMber. t. 8. DIHTRIOT COURT FOR IOCTZXX , . lH8TRlCTOrMHa. 'Row; A; Mm,'' -: - Coo. T. Mwaan,'; , ;! ,- tn. ScMloas eommenco la Jaeksaa oa Iks ilk ktondaya of June and Jaaaary.. couxt y orrictAU. himhsm or thb aoD ee sentvisoM, rirat Uiftrlet A. W. WICKtirPK. Seeoad DtMriet W.'M WOn:iXQTOir. Third DlMMet- HAMLET CXX.' foarlh Dietrlct Jao M kleCahsheei riflh DUtriet P. M. ALKXAXXX Regular moetliigtaro held by the Board of Supervisor on the 11 Monday of January, ITarch, July August, emA October, and may continue in session 4 day and n longer. . Members of Leglalalnre .IOIIX W. BH1XUM, r Pjn-KR MlTCHILI. enutor from SMh Olilrict. W. 8. ANDIRSOX W, K. Hunt, C M Johuton. W. N. Werleo, Jito P rinlay John Kewtom, S.Archer, akerif. Cbaaeary Gterk, Clrealt Clark. Coaatjr Treatarer. Asssssor School upeTlatoadeal. town orrtciAM. Mujor, t. VALUAXT 1 , Coancllmsn - JOHN. W. WARD, JOHXP. PlXLAY O. W. L. WALKER, L. HKXTXR. Ctork, Treuuier, . CltrManbal, StreM SumsrrUor, X. Pieard Theodore Pohl W. K. UUdart W. a. Harrer . The Town Council meat ou the 1st Tuesdays of each month. Bstrl Kiisissi?! Lsvte Ct-aikd-airs Regular Meetings second Uondayt of January aud July. ' lOM-UMoaaaii. A W. PKIIUUtOX. Pratldoat. Iv&V&A, j-W.fW.Coe.,. g.Wme'r, jiwimcos-rjr T, W. Mayae, laMqaoaaeaemty. - Engene Clarke, Rharkrr coaatjr, . W. A. Brerman, Secretarr aad TieaMrer T . Aadoreoa Kaalaeer - -i in 9 ' Ttital t:.-tti::r-, Alt Mi.M maatlio tkl.be . fitter In the V. S. par X eearo t seat. limn Mtera. half ounce. 1 caul. Reg. letter, 10 coat aad prooor poetr-o. PamphlMs, awpapii, ssagaslaai, ktoks poalrr Me. , each I oance er fmellsn, let. Ken-ananon and aoriodkal. wel or of. toner, lo regwr eebecrlber. per n, so. Pi-" 0" !i, kt, or, i lr .