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VI rgsvitiE ' Times. ., ! fittiuizlv observ I1? w'wuiciuorated in nr 4 lL on Sunday. Thcob- the Episcopal church ,.rge audience ..(Jreen reaped here yes Tfrom Vlcksl.ur", aud will his annual ministrations The devoted nserii tflds cougrrgntion tiere j ,!! their usual tud cUoiue. . "esTittactseit. John McTutehen. of our recently visited West .e South Carolina, to exam- working of the factory at Attachment " RlTfr Xtws. Back From Kansas. The full hero is aggravating)-i Iu t!,ft c:ub slow. It comiuriircil tu .In line ; Par,' coiisi,Ht: fn uudav l ist, nml has talieu about 3 iuehes. Another rise is ",B -ou" iauuuon. :trt til January a : of Line iiicu, tlx ' woiucu, ami several childreu. left I jaUee L'loinout Mr. NcCutchcu has left ... nt I no srtnncii cuuon lac! 'TZm vara at tht Rank, where .iniav feel nil interest In the -a- enterprise may call and cc las. - ; Cats rurnishita Goodi fall lino direct from Importers, ' j M material and maki. S W. MS WIS. ?ZOkerS, Attasttlaa! I ., ( rn 'Jlfafar ui nlte the f None Setter f tke Tiara is the Itcst Cigar for jin Cents that has been brought MiUi market. Try I hem 1 ktf Vokmi's Bros. , ; ' ' ' -- ' IflieH friends shall meet To shake" fwilrnV.; Tin rase il ls clear Tltal the brother who lootes Has won if ho chooses A schooner of Wuliirlght Beer gily lu be hndat LLlS. Tht Keller Trwpr., We are rcqticslrd to m.tiCy tin mtiMUulty, Hint this llrl uW MMiany will commence an en tsiifiuvul at the Opera Utilise here ilM)8ih Instant. .,.-', the Loudon plantation, iu this .v .. g ir ii . . . coming down, but it will proba-,-,","l'''or"',,u,as- "'eyaaratuc hlv do no more than check the Up fb,d farcttdl 10 lheir cmi'l doeuled lull at MciudMi and Cafro. cr M- S- Worthiugtou, and The wiud storm of last Saturday caused great danger at certain points above, and it was with much difficulty disaster was averted at Roscdalc. We regret thai the private levee ou Taplcy, one of the Carter place, was brok en during this storm. These places are woi ked by C1. Richardson and I ho owucrs. Efforts aro being made to dose the crcvasw. the separation was a perfectly opeu and friendly one. The leading men in the movement stated that they were ouly carrying out plans which were formed the Spring bc fore, and which they we c induced to abandon at that time because they became convinced that they would be acting iu bad faith to abiudon their crops. They carried away upwards of twelve hundred tl nil sa Cm attach aniail Alias a slitKl a A very bold and decided attempt L, .,. , (wrt,Snn i. i A...n.i.. unm ikku irnug h'vm vv,uiuv levee. Strenuous efforts should be made to discover the miscreants guilty of this act. IUftsmcn are suspected of it. The following is an extract of a letter from Judge Hays giving an account of it ''Siuo scoundrel last, uight not having the fear of God nor the levee board before his eyes cut the Cauiuiack levco about 200 yards above Filters Iioujo at a place where the water was not orer 15 inches against, it aud where there was uo guard. A ditch about 18 ioves wido was cut through to the bottom of the levee aud when dis covered this i moruing the water was ruuuiug through; but had not waihed any aud was very easily closed aud uo harm done. Yours Thomas W. Hays." The caving at Lcota has becu frightful; auil has Invoked the ut tsr dc t ruction of many - cf the stores; the owners uot having time to move their property, before the "cavo" was actually upon them. mum i grand TM UU1 at tke CBtnall wff M competitor?!. Ask fur ;X1T0K SJMi iak to olhtr. . r!f , Tcutk's and S973 ChthiuC ! Hpring ftoi k of. 1 1 0 .finest gooiU swilntcM laliiiin jus' re. rived. I d27. C. W. LEWIS. The following is a kiicr from n !me-siek cudgraiit to Lis lonm r VtRttloyer t I received your kind letter tilled March 6, and wits glad to hear IYoiii tom. I reveived it mi the lUth, nit tutt'cred it right away. Vm said 1 timid eoiitu back If tiMr -d 011 Utidoii ngitln. 1 except thu offer. Ism nt homo where I; was mUcd, kstar you will send mo n Iran korltfliou t will come back as so n stl get it, an will ilvo with "you at lung as you and 1 live. I name btyecir a prodiyul son. I shall look for a transportation from you won as toil can send It. I will look out ovory day for it. Yuur friond, ' ; , Sam How. 1 m --ee KekaCrvialt'aOrMauca SarTsam. llaeataretaftasasmeat aeltaktfal lser. re sale kj all irst elass Ifleri. .- Best five cent Havana Cigar, nt ttb27 Y011MU8 Uhos The Wnther, The weather has bocu flue and dry during tie ins', week Hut 1 hit evening when wo were visited by a inin and wiud storm, the lot mer much neuded. Wo have yet heard of .no disasters from the wind : except upon Caniclia place, on Deer enck, where the giulioiuo was blown down. , SuTjerior to All, IT right Oruna-o Daritaai Kmoktnff r ruvllle. ittlumbtts tad Ulna ttinsbsa lUllroad. I lui auiiual cK oiioii for Dir et- ' s . . as 1. oistuM la-lit III litis iowu .it an 11 .Mtli, mid Iho following itttnial gi ntli'iueii were eh scut W. (J. I'liflpK, J. Al.xau lcr, John V. Flulay, Jaities E. egtu W. U. Verger, C. W. Lewis, V. II. Helm, J.M.Ueulhmau F. Viilil nil, Mayor. At it 'meeting ol Iho Director held March 8ist, lpSO, the follow ing wero elected ollkcrs lor Iho cunning year: W. O.'Ycrger.Prestd ut W. II. Hi Int, Vice President J. E. Negus Secretary & Trias. SKC&E U'rlRht'. Orange narhati Swaawcr i'cirt. Judgo Triiuhlo tailed to hold Court iu Sunfl iwcr county at the time prescribed; under tho im pression, wo suppose, thaf the water would rcuder tho county scat iuuccesslblo. This was hot iho ease, however, ns could very ea-ilv have been known. ' m - moke Wrlg-ht'N Orante Dnrhaiu, rat iraas and beat easeker. It excels nil. ; lAdios, Gti. txi Ciiliroa's fine Cioci " The celebrated MlLES'S Phlla Bolphla Shoos, warranted the best in tho market. Largo stock just received. mh27 C W Lewis Tkey hwt met rxnlt Tbe pniMi of malt ( ' Ad Ut iJHwtlon wtu put em tho anul to lh fuot, 'WM drink la llwbosl in tlio limt f " Every Uulchman there flung his hniii AM akottleit I To ns It U clear, That ttiebest of the brew U WAI.NUIOHT'4 BEKItl" faljr kept f Colonel L. Bchlclnger. B?? SS9-!HH5 Ask for tk Baal, and got . tyricM'a Oraaca Bairkaat. ea "" ( ; Fugitives from Kearney's Sand totters aud the Ban FrnttcUco isnliary order ' against " China towu;" Mr. and Mrs. C. Fvxa nave hung out their washboard mid cast their hit in Iho sinful city of Urccuvillo. See advorlUemout of rates. Some of their figures will make tho Afrioau wash ladies tliow the whites of their eyes. .Beligatral araasa, aplMiaM aaso ttth Wrlaht'e Oraafe Partial.; I'litt Is tlto season to gobble your :! Salt ahd tlii) off to the crocks aud I lakes for the silvery trout. C. W. Lewis has the hooks, Hues, etc. to j4raw Hie Ashes to tho front. I Tlnj Tlam, kept only by Votmus iBrof It ui'ouoaused to be tho best "Ivo Ceitt Ciifitr In town. tnh27 A Liver j Stable Docs not ordinarily add to tho attractiveness of a street mainly used bv proinouadvrs and foot pas Mcngcrs. But if we are to have such an establishment so located, it Is greatly detrablo to have well cleanly kept ono; and such no otto can deny that of Mr. Eck stone to bo. It li Just complotod. and filled up with new buggies and carriages and well-groomed stock Ho truly claims that it is tho most stvlish horse hotel " on tho river. Wrlskl'i Ore UK Sarkant does notkltatkatoaipia. a flavor, delight fJ areata. J lio who wishes good cheer Must drink. Wultirtght's Boer. Kept only by feb2? LUI. About twenty-five Kansas emi grants returned last week, and lo catcd In the uuighbbrhood of Lako Washington landing. Tlicy di not go from this county. V ItliEaperlortoftliotheri t7rikt'a Oraaga Parkaaa. We regret to learn of the de struction byfiro of tho dwelling hoiiso and its contents of Mr. A. D. Pace, 011 Door creek ; which occurred on Thursday nlglit last. Tho origin of tho ttro is unknown. Ask far nalt aad take' ate atiass TUs Takaaae aMatnei tna tUJUl at ka Ceateaa&J aver sCS z-zzu rT7- c I c r ax tit cirr : . . and were all people of exccllcut character. .After an absence of nearly three mouth, they are without a siugle exception, back 011 the same pi tatiou. They haven't got cash left, but they have a lar; valuable stock of experience. One ol the curious leaturea of this branch of He exodus Is, that they obtained from the Messrs. Worthing ton a promise that in tho event ot their ever desiring to ro- turiitf that they should be permit ted to do so, and evcu assisted if necessary. They offering iu ex change a promise to come directly back, aud to give the refusal of Ibvir services to their old employ ers if they wcro not pleased with their new homes. This agreement has been carried out to the letter ou both sides. Tlio Messrs. W., after rcceivlif strong and earnest appeals for as sistance, forwarded: the means to most of them to cuablo them to get back. Three mou saved euough money to pay their own way, and the whole party are now again on tho Loudon plantation. Persons desiring to be posted as to steamboat faro from hero to St. Louis, railroad rates tlicneo. I Topcka, prico of wood and coal and house-rent iu Kansas, tho lib erality of t!o rich people, tho af fection of Uo ' poor whito " folks, and the peculiar and moving cnoci of iho water in that country upon the colored brother, nio referred to Alex J attic, Sam' Ross Clem Woodard, M:.Knl .UChTy, Jim 'nelson, nml Wesley W illu.r.i Cads t Tbit Vlcksbinr. j Ft 0:11 llm Yicksbiirg Ilcruld.""" iWushliigtmi, Di C. March 23, 1330 (Sun. James ll. Chalmers Dear Slrt I received your letter Jul as I was loaving o.i u hurried trip to New York, and I embrace iho ilrsLopportuuity since my re turn to reply." . 1 expected to exnmino tho har bor of Yicksbiirg In tho Spring and at a timo when I nih more at leisure, having bepu oftou uged to make an inspection of it by the Uyor and sevornl other promi nent citizens. Your const Intents however, seems impatient of delay aud since receiving your lottcr on tho subject I havo determined lo go to Yicksbiirg as soon as I can, believing I can comply with your wishes in the matter moro surely than by defer) ng my visit six or eight weeks, as I at first in tended. shall loavo Ihis p, in. for St. Louis and will go to Yicksbiirg lit lltrco or four days thereafter. I will avail mysolf of tho very kind offer of Dr. Hardawar, on my arrival. 1 hope yon are pleased with tho report of tho Mississippi Uivor Commission. It was published last Monday in full In tho Missouri Republican. : I am very respect. fullv. etc.; . " Jus. B. Ends. j e.-pcrially duriug the latter' I lour months, were Tauprceedetitly . large. Do not these lug's exports ' seeotiut for the rapid a Ivaneo in i prices of both raw and manuf.ict 1 nml cotton, aud shoiild weuof ex pect lint the markets arc now com paratively well supplied ? But if only moderately well ttipolied, can we expect the recent demand to be kept up, with prices of fabrics and yarns twenty-five to thirty-five per cent higher than they were six mouths ago? 'lhe production of cotton in Anisrici, lu.li and Egypt, It is believed, will, np to the end of September next, bo 700.COO to 800,000 bales greater than the year before, and It is thought that if tho prcMsut rate of con sumption is kept np, uearly the whole of this increase will have jfcu consuiu edjrifd a corner occur 'xt Octohaas It did last. Agricultural Aoclatlon Netting. Tlio members ot tlio Washington Connty Afffictillural Aori:ttiou are notilWi that llicre will be n iiit'itin of tu'ul iiietn)crs at 5 p.m. Minday, April 5, 1SS0, at llm office of E. Botirgc. I'res'l. A full attenaanre 1 reiin-su-ti, ai important business i to be at tended to. L. IIEXTEIS, secretary. lskfor vt rlsafOraRe Dtrhaa Ou the 27th day of March, 1880, in the city of Brooklyn, New York Johx S. Prkrick, iu the 69th year of his age ; over fifty years of which was passed in this couuty. Oueot the earliest settlors in this portion of tlto State, thero is litllo in lit history before the war that ho did not witness or participate iu. Ho was widely kuown, awl famous from tho excellent charac ter of the hotel he long kept, first at Princeton, theu at old Green ville. It was Hie sccuo of near all tbe public gatherings of those who havo nearly all passed away, aud who directed tho destinies of the couuty In timet past. OEITUIRT. C. W. LEWIS, Dry Coods, Groceries, Hats, Boots, Shoes, iMantation Supplies, Hardware, Tin and Wooden Ware. NEW Tl SHOP. I respectfully inform the til i ens of Uretmvilloaud tho surrounding country, that 1 havo established a First-Class Tin Shop. Tin Ware of all kinds manufactu red aud sold at Memphis prices. Gatterla. Reelac, mapalrias, etc. promptly doue. - ilal attcniiongivcu to country oruers. ROOFING and all other work warranted. Under Masonic Hall, Main street in!.26 S. S. SCHILDS. Tis sad, indocd, to gazo upon the human form, with its blank, expressionless features, wheu '" Decay's efliclng (ngert ItuT swept Ike line where beuitf lingers." Iii all the Innocence andbui!)r of his vnnih the soul oXQSBPH t. .,.,. . KUticasBSOi norsesieiiu HAsiiKO wos at iJacHlJ (ire0Ilviiie, march 87 ( A....H ii lAftn Arnfteit tntn the wmv""- J April 1st, ISoVSyj I -.-T! 1 nrcseaetj oi uis imiur. Thoiish but iuAis third yen all Corrrctlon. Wo have rccclvol a statement frdrii the Hon. Peter Miteltult, mem bcrof tho Legislature from Wash ington count)', to tho effect that wo erred in placing hitn with tho sup porters of the llniiillton penitcu tlary bill ; that his voting against the substitute, wheu first inlrodu ecd, with the supporters of Iho II bill, wns from an opposition to all bills allowing tho convicts to labor on private works under any clr cumstauces1, but that after tho Hon. John W. Shields had explain cd tho true scope and intent of tho substitute, ho voted for it. uur error was a naturui otic, aiid wo cheerfully correct it. for yright'i Crango Dttrhaa. CotUa Facts. , Smith, Edwards & Co's Liver pool cotton circular, reviewing tho month of February, info run us that an unexpected tncreato of tho receipts of cotton from America duriug tho 'latter half of February caused the Liverpbbt estimate of the crop to advance from 6,600.000 bales lo 6,703,03) .slot, whloh, with weakness on title ride cf the ocean, iheckci i:;ea.lvaiic';j t:i- SITUATION WANTED. As (Soverncss for small children Addrcta ' Miss Maky Patrick, mh 17 Kossutn House. LIVERY STABLE. y Jab i -AGENT FOR THE QALL GIN STAND AND FEEDED, unexcelled by any other extant. Brown's Walking Cultivators and Wagons, , manufactured at Zaucsville, Ohio. Hall's Genuine Calhoun Plows, Grip and Triumph Cotton Tics. Keep constantly on baud a full line of T. Miles A- Son's Hand-Made Gents, Ladies ' -a a vt a 1 41 f . and Children s uoots ana onoes. geat for Dovlia & Co. ITot- TopIs. Orders for SUITS taken aud FITS guaranteed. Also carry a full stock of . . . IIEA1Y.MA13E CIOTIIIIVCe and Iho best aud finest GENTS. FURNISIIITVC GOODS to bo obtained of J. S. Lowrey & Co. and other New tors iiuporicrs. Alwavs on baud n well aelcctod stock of DOUBLE and SINGLE ARUEL GITNS. bieocii-loatlcrs. of the most Improved patterns, such as Colt's, Hollls'a and others. Hoard's Ko. 34 fcagio wucn rowocr Shells, Wads and Shot, all sizes. . SUTTON'S celebrated FISHING RODS, and a full line of tiie w FISHING TACKLE. M. SNOWBEKUKR Has bonaht the stablo formerly kept bv Colonel I. A. Newman, and will contiuuo tlto LlVRY bttsinoAs at tlio same tdace. Carriages will b at tho lauding whenever orderoti, to meet up auu down boats.. Patronago respect- fnllv aotiritcd. My foreman is an experienced lloraa Doctor, who will treat nil diseases of horses left in my churgo JOXTK KQl'EV. t 8 . WIIITK NOTXOS EQusn tt ntii7. Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants, Groceries and Plantation G-Hca, AT 7IIOIC3AljE & DETAIIi. OUIl GBOCEBY DBPAIITIIIIIT ID PLETHORIC Wtik who saw hint aftectionateTy admi red aud loved him, for tho tweet nest of bis disposition, and tho uii- usual precocity he dU 1 iyed for a child of bia tender ago. Tho rude blast that severed, this beauteous b id from th? item of tfc 7,X !-!? cspet-Uf I lUt CX; peeled ns it was, when H did f- ivo Its effect was uono tnc ic s acute or painful. But let tlto Ii1 ni l of the discou date moll.cr be solaced l:i ilk grief with tho rciiicuiliruiico that tltodiirk clouds of lite s troubles, with their tunny Jailing vicissi tudes, hud uuvcr obscured tho clear ravs of Iho suu of her.bubcs oung existence. All of life Hint ho had seen, savo the pnugs of his itst illness, Aval bright, joyous aud blis ful iu its character. Ihocn- o sluir love of Iho mother was to him hulo of Upplttcss ho had not yot ente rod into the " vulo of tears aud tribulation "-Ms death, lo hint was a blcstltig; for 'iwnl b tter tor him to die young aud In tho grace or God, than lo live long surrounded by wretcheduoes and sin. Even before the iiiauimato clay that was once tho rcccplaclo of the soul of little Joe could bo laid iu the cold embrace of tho grave, thai samo soul had ascended to the realms of the blest, and is now chanting lo tho praiic, honor aud slory of Uod. Even now, an angel before tlto celestial Ihrouc, it looks dowu with sympathetic gn.e vpoti the misery its departure has created, aud implores tho Almighty to as suago the woo aud grief of its tor rowing mother. But sorrow not yet if your heart must bleed, let it bleed in the consciousness that Ho who gave can lake, and that in the fulllllinciit of His divino will thero can be no wrowr. Though your heart must be wrung with anguish, yet with Christian fortitude bow dowu and say "God's Will bo done." For nil must "nass throtixh lifo to ctcrttity." To Holders of Liquidating Lovee Pork, Bacori,' Hams. Lafd, Fulton Market & Spiced Esaf, "P' Surr. rlfis nrtr?.a. . RifiS . if ll Grd2I. Finest Qua'ities cf tebiccs and Cijari. OUR STOCK OF ' Dry Goods, Coots b S!i:.3, C.:ttl:3, Fnrnisbias Gccda end tlztz II COMPLETE. Under tho requirements of an r tin !.rltt.iiirn til lliitMtnle of Miasisslnpf, cntiilod "an ai t lo ascertain the outstanding inueui edncss of the Liquidating Luvco District, and for other purposes," ''UrOv?n nl", i'yVi nonce is ncronr ffiven luni an uviuvio vi owncra of Liquidating Levee reuUterod or iinrcvlstoi'eu, and SiirnVua20 Certlttentes, fhall Ho I lie snino unit ttiu ni". unn" cv. o coiiimissionsiM nt their omco i iho eltv of Jnck'Oii Miteltsippi on or ueloro tlio . . ,. , First Monday in June, 1830, and havo issued iu lieu thereof new lni:ih. Hi further nrovUlou hut. nil liiiuidiiting luveo l-onits aud fl'iriitiismro certiticatc not so ircsciitfld by tho said first Moiulay ii June, 1880, shall bo Ansoi.UTKiiY mill Koiii: Eit cakkki). Iho said rv limn u t in lifi Issued for luo tanin amounts ns in each bond or siirnliuna cerlltlcato tnkontinaiid -- r ... . ... .i i.. I uueellcil, witnoiii cosi 10 tuu Hin der or owucr thoi-oof, but nncr ts- t ;, v u ,l1.; new liouils, tlio iioiucr Ullliotfi; uciniji i. i itin? tnld or owner tnercor may novo inc samo ttivldcd into such amounts as he desires, upon surrendering tbe oriuitial and Dftvinsr to tho auditor nml commissioner fifty cents f ir each bond issued in liou thcreol . S. Gwin. Ann lor. W. L. II kmixci way, Treasurer Kx-OWi l.) l.evet; CuiinnlMlonvn March l, lH0-trt-3t Grand Jurors for May Tern. FIRST DISTRICT. ' 8. A. SIcvensoB, Johinon Krwln, Sum 11. Lairnn, llcabcii Trlitilit, t. ICOXD UISTMICT. 8. WoHhlngton, 11. h. Uaker, Etl WnrthtngtoB, ' Hetiry Hark. , tltlRD DUTHItT. A. 0. Qtraon, Kit. Kinncdy, 8KBccr WUm, B. F. Shirley. rocirrn Distinct ' . mtrw Juckson, Clark Dancy, L. II. Kittle, Dnn. Williams. rirtn nuTinct. Jim Tnpiier lllclmnl L. Wulne, J. S. Collier, William ricldiiig. WathiBftoa Otaity Agrlsultsnl Stsitty orricEKH. E. Docaau, rriiicnt C. II. Smith, Vies tlcofalrnl L. IUxtsk, Secrttary ami Traunrcr . O. t t, V. A. KrsrniM, V" 5, c a: Tier, , ' , ' : a. GOAL COAL ! I have received and stored a barge of BICBUBNT.' PITTSDl'DQ COAL, All wishing to lay in a winter's supply will consult their interest by getting it may 10 Agent Tot the Celebrated HILBURN W AGON C. HEARD. ' Citation Notico. Stato of Mississippi, ) Iii Chancery Court to October term, IM). John Farts ot nl No. 832 . vs. Win. II. Henderson ct nl It nmicnrinjr to tho satisfaction of Iho clerk of snld court, by affi davit of John w. Shields, ono of tlto solicitors of record of said complainants, that the said detuiul ants William II Henderson, James U. J. Wilson, John S. Wilson, Clmrlci W. IV Wilson, Samuel T. Wilson, Verginin r. Wilson, Hes ter E. Wilsou, and Shclton W. Wilson, aro non-rcddciits ot llil State: and Hint tho poxtofllee ml- a 1 - t v ! ff.t... areas nun iitaco 01 roHiuuncu 01 mo n"ul Williiitn II. Jlcndcrsoii U Mouticello, In tho county of Lewis Slate of Missouri : nud that Iho postolfico nddrcs of said other iioii-resiitcut iiciciiunms is iiook- crsville, Nicholas comity, State of West Virginia, ami Hie place ol residence Clnjcoiinl v, iu lite Stnto of West Virginia, It is therefore ordered by the court, that the said dct'cmlauts do enter tlioir anticnr- nnco i 1 II114 cuii.so nit or before Hulcs to bo held at tlio omco of the chancery clerk of snld Vnh iimloti count v, ou the second Mon day, being tho 10th tiny of May, n. d. and idead. answer or demur to tlio bill of complaint herein. And it is fttrtlicr oninrca that a copy of this order bo pub lishea once a week iu the G roe 11 ville Times, 11 pitblin iicwspnpcr printed and published in Vnhiiig ton enmity, in this Stnto. And it is further" ordered Hint Iho clerk of this court do transmit by mail, to each of said dcfeiiduuts. lo bis aforesaid pofctotilce, properly di reeled, wilh tho nostiisro nnld, 1 copy of this order, aiht report his action in tho premises ns required by law. ... Thul ordered before Iho clrk in vocation, this 2.:.l day of March, a. d. 1":D. C. M J" CVrti. t t C. .. I' . k r . ' (t r ; . A. . F INLAY, J. P. FINLAY; jjfO. II. MOOIIE. A. 3. tfmZZ' (2: GQit DEALERS IN DRUGS A 11 D MEDICI N E S, Fcrfaxacry, Toilot Ooaps, Paints, 011, DYES, GLASS Six., Onion sets, and Garden Grass and Flower seeds of all descriptions. Corner Washington Avenue and Mulberry Streets, January 15, 18?8. GREENVILLE. MlSS- LIVERY STABLE. , , MA UK ECKSTONE Itcspuctfully Inlofins his friends and tho pnbile Hint lie linn taken the LIvcrv Htnble formerly owned by Willi SUrslinll, mill will hcrc ni'tcr conduct it ns a general : livery anil Feed Stable, pledging himself lo glvo tho best iiltuiitiou lo animals committed to his care. , HOUSES. CARRIAGES, mid other vehicles kept for hire. January 8, 1880. Xlnsio Lesions. Tho undersigned respectfully offers his services to tlio iIiIjiciis of (irccnvlllfl ns a Muslu Teacher. Lesons W per mouth for ench scholar, on any tusiriimciit. Also Tiuirs and Repairs Flnnos. Can be found in iho Nelson building, corner Walnut si reet and .'a.hli-gton avejnin. Hesters' Oaloon AND Billiard Bcora, Mulberry Street, GREENVILLE, MISS. Wo keep the finest and boat Liquors, V7inoi, Cisrst AND DEER, nml have tlio smoothest and best Billiard Tables in (he city. HEX'TER BROS. Jaiiiiarv 8. 1880. ' GRM COTTON-SEBD. (J. W. LEWIS hat 300 bushels of Iho rcutiine GrifHu flue Cotion Seed left, which can bo had at ft per bushel. Call early, before they arc gone. ' iiihlW-lni Strayed or Ctolea. From Harford Plnntiitlon, a ncss Colored Lett eye out. I will liberallv re- want niiv one teiiiriuiij r , I niti- inn I lo mi- Jamr Arel.er.