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1- - past wees ra ' with eoid night ami rnoru ',d hot noouB. ! ,.IoD picking i no P""1 .j fpon sandy lands and gunted by W "age the ,bt baa told. Bat the chief tui heen from boll worm. ".the past two weeks they ' doae very ntal hara t in some localities than oth- 4 arH1y worm, 3rd crop, has artd npon aome places and 0on strip good deal of the "arned op, the condition and promise is not as favorable ,day incf- But there will 2 'good crop made, if the ering season continues favor npou cotton that has not neglected or treated injndi- . r. Juo. W. Harrow, informs as bis experience with lamps, h destruction of the moth, afflcieat to convince, any one k possibility of destroying all cts whose progeny is iujuri He does not favor fires as beat drives away the moth, t ith a light with a receptacle lbs moth beneath, he has de yed ttiem nightly until the re ucle was full. Of course its efficiency can ouly be obtain it concerted action. Lre has been shipped during nut week 9 bales, by the Wr Blauksj previously 2 L. Total 11 bales. . ft this week announce Mr. Ik Jlontgomcry, of Greenville, candidate for District Attor Mr. Montgomery is a native Bolivar county, and in the can to that ho will make before the La will demonstrate his quali- tious for the responsible trust kecks at their hands. , Small Pox. In going through the Carter itatious several days since Dr. wns aBked to go in a negro Laud look at a sick woman. at once discovered that it was use of small pox. Dr. Dunn knty Health Officer went up tttJay,aud upon enquiry found thero had been a succession puts there tor several months )!, ami that it was commnnlca- from the cases on Black bay- of which wo made note last ;ug. lucre was one oentu last H, a womnn, and a large ntten- Ice at her funeral. ir.Dtinn has quarantined the e but ho expected there to other cases. These places aro side the lovee, entirely cut off im the mainland during high wa- mid are accessible ouly by a h bad road at any time. ;oar4 of Levee loramlsslonr rs. bit body meets on Monday (;t, especially to award work to .tractors as advertised. A inker of contractors aro already Greenville, and the indicatious that there will bo lively bid- Red Hot at Red neat. Mr. Bknller of the Rod Hot pre has rushed north for goods, l in a few days bin counters will he and sparklo with the rich m of the eastern tnilis and iinfactories. Mr. Skallcr is a )ty and experienced merchant, sis coming stock is to be the jest ami handsomest that he has ' brought here. New goods be coming in next week, and f ladies are invited to call. p'Neal and Mursh arrested on )W(te of perpetratiug tho crime Sharkey couutv, of which we fde mention in our last issue, p preliminary examination p released Eeilvir Letter. rc.itUs far Liqaor l.lcr ase. Tie Blr.r t I E'lT" Letter. I PetRisi ter Uir Ucease. Thfl fulli 'iitir ia f ! ...,..! e I the Ooveiuoieut Water Gauge for Bout Corxrr, Aug. 27. , T lUmm llS"" tat,; m. the past week: , Editor Times : j " Jfrit U Above Ww water mark. ! XN Uh th pendiug political ean-! , e. the nJ voters of Wash- E),ZSg2Z . t vans in tha .,,., f. ii t ingtoa count T. Mitt- District No. 1, i . ,, (.u.. at l. Su,. m ! . ""'""J ,VI luo I hereby petition raur right Honorable ! el tfcam m t to i p. m 10 a omces, sua the rat road ad bydr. to mnt unio W U. HILL licfn i i"!.T'V .,MH Saturday. Sunday, Monday Tuesday, Wednesday, Thnrsday, Friday, Aug. 2C Zl 23 29 30 31 IS 9 IS 3 14 8 7u 11 14 13 Rail Roai Setts. Track fcying on the Valley Road (Lv, N. O. &T. R. R.) is being push ed from New Orleans aud Mm. phis and both ways from Ticks bnrg. The last piece of the work, 9 miles, between Memnhia ami Yicksburg has been let to Messrs, McTighe and Bernhardt They broke ground during the past week and now hare a good force on it. Having finished bis preliminary survey, Capt. McCalla is now lo cating the line from here to the foot of Lake Bolivar. work in proeress.it Sa a diffllt '. !? JffSS ? ' ' qEIWI. U Dll H9n IOUH It Ul. to (!ffinbir lira tl. ! Inctoa L'd'r. In lew anintitlrt than one ' . . . . Dint, lnti rotmmmi hitu & ftobrr tad coinptQt prraoa to hoki luca li eeoM. -S W GiJ.lfn Jno Duraatu Alex MiW Zkk Wattakrr Aadw Met. a If Uo Met clf WiU Pinkner c 1' W right A J llol linrtwonh It Power Ju Johnmn Ue Luku Zae StertInK t II IVanoa H Ur tiaKWalteJ A Jooe Sam Writer Alf n iltoB Johnson Dan Johnaoa n la Raehelwar SolCaha II KaKterilnc Xubjr WrigUt V'Vi Hadler thaa Jalkia Alw Fwter Fred Saxford Jeff Wtliani Seta Thoinpnon Lee Davit U B Braxtoa T Kieier J II .rula I S Ke.Ul J J Kemp M Adam Ueo t'axelev J It Uajre K II Wuktnon J do Kulloia ik More Peter Uaylea W Fox W II Gaxie Jord Atlea J Ilolmea Chaa Shelter A W Parker I.ouU R Haoibler L Darii Ueo Jeflenoa Abe I jrr ( IVrrv Pernr Whratlv Hennr Turner Alf Grift an vVuly t appy Saint Jonnaon Moet Mill T ti lover Saa Wit aoa II Carl 1'ete Morrow Jake '1'boinaa 1'it Tilan Hill Murra Ik Lnkai Jaa Titr- earterJ Vt'Uliaui i'ha Hortlen Lonta Uarria Ini Grouen A Brawn K Kd wardeJno Kally WIN Jefferson V John aoa Siat Whtie J A IVare Jett i'antel i KUg J M Young Jaa fcoore Jack Waah- ke trial of Frank James Is now ogressiiig at Kansas City. The 'ent interest is over the testi- TO of Dick Llddell, one of his "'pals whose revelelations will m it go hard for Frank. Photography. 0, Bell infnrnia Iiia nntrnns Hlhe Public that he has sunt "hop nntil November 1st, when fW1 retum with a large and va 4 stock of all kinds of cards ia other material fnr flrat class ork. Thln?s of Beantv. Mr. s rr. . , airisKMAif, jeweier, re pestin. . ....... - nay mai no win leave Sew York to purehaso stock I few a ..... . . " hum win oe pieaseu ke orders for anvthinir in his lie. " y ret to learn that there is S'od deal of Hoi..nt,irU in iu tintry. elusTlfearf'i and tb'e ci "wefnst being cxhnnatcd. " Brill's Stw llothlng Stock. Anticipating a heavy trade this Fall and Winter, Mr. Brill who is now lu I7ew York, is pouring into his store here by every boat that floats down the river, the largest aud finest stock of Clothing, Fur nishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats etc. that he has ever had iu store. By the courtesy of Dr. Levick, his polite and accommodating chief of staff, we were conducted through the various departments of this fashionable establishment, and found shelves and counters filled with flue and fashionable Clothing, elegant underwear, Boys and Children's Suits of fine fabric aud faultless style, and a stock unsurpassed in excellence of ma terial aud elegance uf atylo. Any sort of gentleman's outfit can be obtained here, from an every-duy suit of inexpensive, serviceable goods, to the finest aud moot cost ly garments that the looms of fashion can produce. Aud at Brill's store you may always bo assured of fair treatment. Trust yourself to the experienced Judg ment of Dr. Levick, and you will get a good fit of good material at reasonable prices. Fever at the XarT Yard. Special to tin T iinea-Demoerat. Feusacola, Aug. 27. Oue new case of fever is reported at the navv vard to-day. Tho name of the person is not given. No deaths. Paymaster Brown, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Oweus, Lieut. Whip ple aud all the sick aro reported as doing well. PensacoU contin ues perfectly healthv, in fact, healthier than has been known here at this season for many years previous. We Really Do. Now, we justly take great pride In the SUPERIOR CHARACTER of our Men's and BOYS' CLOTHING, beller lng It to excel anything of the kind of fered for sale elsewhere In thli murkat. We do not rely simply on our Jtiitly en titled reputation for handling the linen! kind of goods, but let tbe garment an swer for themselven. Compnrlaone in point of STYLE, FISISII and ALL the points that go to make up a thorough garmftnt, with tho flered by other dealers, will, we are peslltre, IXVAMABI.T RKMI-LT 1 VERDICT Wa Sept 1 WARNER 8KARLES. Iii our last issuo we briefly commented npou the recent action of the Washington coun ty Board of Supervisors, and Equalizers. When this roll has emerged from the hands of the as sessor and we can get accurate in formation of it we will extend com ment to some of its features, that to our mind raise graver ques tions than those which the Attor ney General has been called upon to elucidate. A letter from Mr. Woodward, the Mississippi Commissioner at tbo Louisville Exposition, states that no portion of the State has contributed to the display. He again urges our couuty citizens to forward a collection. We have had definite assurances that arti clcs would be sent in for shipment, but so far they are very meegre, The fa rlet j Store Is now receiving its Jail stock embracing a great many novelties in faucy goods, ladies dress goods, beautiful cloaks, hats, hosiery, kid cloves, toys, and an infinite num ber of notions that make up the stock of a complete Variety Store, This little gem of a store is a diS' tiuct and sparkling feature iu the trade of Greenville, being devo ted to linos of goods not found iu other stores, aud having for its clerks bright and intelligent young ladies, it is especially an appropri ate place for the ladies of the com munity to do their trading. Steamer Explosion. TffoIIadsoiJ river passenger steamer, Riverdale exploded a boiler in - mid stream in front of thin cirv 'onto 8tu inst. A num ber of lives were tost, , problem to decipher how the crop is to be gathered. Voters are iu peat demand, at from $20 up. Labor is iudeed in a very de moralized state, and the present outlook is anything but encour aging in consequence of too mnch politics. The fall and winter fights here began aud the number of victims withiu the past two weeks are three dead and au unlimited number crippled. The latest oc curred yesterday at Rosedale where two negroes beearae in voir ed in a broil over teu cents, wheu one stabbed the other in the neck, killing him almost instautly. A boy on Mr. Dan. B. Humphrey's place a week since was accident ally killed, and oue also on the Meyers place was fatally stabbed from tbe effects of which he died a few days afterward. Last night ou tbe Lounds place a negro made an unsuccessful attempt to cut his "Wife's throat ; it is not yet ascer tained the nature of the cut Dr. Lancaster has visited a family of colered people near this place, five of whom are down with a dis ease which he says is not unlike smali-pos lu every particular, ex cept that it is of a much milder form, one or two of the family having recovered with but little .sign of the usual pox work. 0. Lake Wa-uunuiov, Aug. 27, 18S3. Editor Greenville Times: As the call iu your issue of the 1 16th iust., urging G. D. Turner to become a candidate for member of the Board of Supervisors from the 1st District, is likely to pro duce the impression that Mr. Hr win, the present Incumbent, is no longer acceptable to those making tbe call npon Mr. Turner. In jus tice to him I would state that such was not tbe caso, but it having been gonerally understood that Mr. Erwin had declined to accept the position for a second term, uud such having been stated at a gath ering of geutlemeu iu the neigh borhood, it was then suggested that a call should be made upon Mr. Turner to become a candidate for tbe position. Having sluce learned that Mr. Erwin considered this call by his neighbors noon another party, a reflection upou him, evidencing a dissatisfaction with the manner in which be bad discharged the duties of the position, and a like construction would bo natural with all those not acquainted with the fucts, it is but due to Mr. hr- win that the grounds upou which this call waswade should bo giv en tho same publicity as the call itself. OXR OF THE SIGNERS. W J Hirrtlry rXer P .w'l IVlrT K (Vlnu Kvm W M Milter Altw.-t lr.Jur J Ml latti II KiM-aitm.il U l Mill f r,w II .tap lot !r M' .A j a jCHMI valto li.rt t Tnr Jak WrlM J V lluuptlaa H thuu Ueury I'rt.rl! l.r- Kit-awia Cetr P.uirr luiuiMMl W bitty J V NrlMl Ii.mk Nl-a 4rr il.brnu. lutn taflin A C Ftowvr Uta ll-tw-ma I ..( kv.-. Hill 1lr Jm l J. Irt nm llub lunt r.t-i iarlv Hill ti K IUum J M l aw Jama Htr Jake C!Ma. AUnnl WafM. Iljr. ar tiatk. Luau. Brawa M P Tajl-irCC Mi.-ka Alf J.ihitMMi Ml" rkilllp. r.tt .suck. Wntrjr Uraatt Sctt 1 la Ja- K Willi uaa Jra-H U i 1 k - U...k- W I li .u. . I - ... . U-.i k...a J..i CotUM H.ir T-ttUar 11 P Lea Tarn i J'a llubfunt rrl t hark Mu ti T II ua- Prtitios far l.laimr Llrrnse. Te Ike Hoa Suir tof lir.a( W!i..t .-..r, W. Ik nWd(iiaa layal ratan mt Wakia( tsa a af , Dlxritt Urn . lenauiraU' lun... foar Hsaaraola Way m raat u I. I . FX l: l . a llariiat la aril taa, aait ap ti'aaa ItqaAra In laaaaaj than acta pri i-n al lU Lr-rg a Whka ana vaar frma ,la!r tt alU licanar, iw e ) fwlrrwl a .(! .1.1. iwtmmi la rrmi.a aork li.-a-a and ia itaty tiuutl ) aur yvMlkuucr. will rrr . I l.rl H II Janm Wllklliwi Jrla I Wilcv Tailed Ana Murm J K M-.rxta .-iM' Tow'WI.Iaata J Ivmunl II r Vr VV 4 ilrarkl) Prar Pi.a.il l vr Is l..it. I.ilema Ltan. H n II V ht H M Millar Albert Mratter Jin Cat aa II .taMiH4.ai H U HiU Priaca llani4..a iiru W Mkl.iirtta .U n( im tlatilay !4aln Turnar Juka Wr.ni J 1 llaaiilaa u H l.ana Hur, Prianl Naiha IHiaa M um jHTrrMia Ge Jrdrrvua S Jadanaa Jua Smutk t liarUrr Kllia Cm ma It livCaaailtl lavlur uk kar Dill Tallin Jwk D1EH At tho residence of Mr. James Archer, in Jefferson county, Miss., James Arches Fini.av, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Fin lay, of Greenville aged 7 months. New York city has a population of 1,300,000. There are but 61, 052 persons who own real estate In tho citr. While the number owning real estate Is growing less the laud is increasing iu value. A Fort Worth dispatch reads : The saloons were closed yester- Aav lint a trrnnter number of ner- . .. . i sons were drank tuan nsnai. me recorder endeavored this morning to find out from those arrested for drunkenness where they got their liquor, but failed signally, "Mind" saloons are running on Sundays in great numbers. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Administrator's Notice. Estate JenVnon Evans Deceased. To whom it may Concern. Yon are hereby notified that let ters of Aministration have been irrautod to G. W. I Walker npou the estate of Jefferson Evans do ceased. All persons having claims against said estate will file the same according to law or the same will be forever barred. , G. W. L. WALM5B, Ane.30.1883. Administrator, Bept l-4w. MILLINERY MISS AMELIA MARTIN Has gone to New York to select her Fall and Winter stock of -. yrT.T.mra? O0CC3, SATS, &c.. and expects to have her goods In store and ready for display by the FIRST OF OCTOBER, aog25-3t tngtoa area lavi Davit Jone U J one S L'uouer Jake .Mitchell win Ttaouiu J Alcorn Jno liarrta Abe t'avemlinh Ueo Annaming win Kellaooa t ha Jonairaa Ueo willaiui Jeff wiliaiu Alex llatl Sum Johnwjn Mam Krenrh Sam Street t haa Browa t'haa Junes 8penee Jonea George Bellerfuni Ueo l'ae; Talbert Uoinire K V Uaybanka Thus Senwr Chaa Locket Henry Washington Alex Brown Jo tar ter A Springlield J w Cotell Ueo liemell Fk Taylor J I'atnivM Kilns Sketch t ufty Thoiuaa wash Junsun Alonzo Kay Louis Steel Kd Milton Ben Shangtleld Koht Olivar Itufus Brown Louis Caldwell k'k Rullle Rott Morisoii Jaa Ostrich Andrw Jackson fk Wilson Jack Ko C Kusaell lly 'owles P K Austin L Shatcl Alex Kucker I Ureea lieo Jonea A Densou C l.re Ueo Simiut C B Sinuua 1 Mulen Si mon Moore Mote wlllis Jno Aluiore win Shotwell Dave wilisms Josh l'arker A t'alpln Bat ltanily Aaio Levell Dick Singleton wits Hardin Riea Utbson K M Kulcns Jno warker Sandy Brown Kill Stare Jno Mitchell Joocimith A Uew Ureshaiu Ueo Uibson will llardniss M Arehie S wllson Ben Keily A Roe Uaa t'hlnn Alf Smith Abe Toyles wet Bcmy M Kinoard r'k I'liarter Jaak Collins J as Monroe Sam Kdwanls Kd Keele Ueorge wasliington Tiliuan Anderson T Browu Newt Jackson 'k ilealen Jack Strong Chit Shorpard Jaa Lee wm Jantea Jim Thomat wiu Keller w It Howard wui Uarrett Jno Cowder Dave Down win Miltou Louis I'anagan Ueo Howell Kml Jickson K Martin Jno llrackston S;utt Jones 1' wiliains Ueo Craig Ben Johnson Dan McDowell wm Johnson wlllis lk-n-drrton Joe 1'tge wm Arnet C w woin I'eter well Jr t'eter well Robt Paiuloft J K Sturdlvaut J C UollingHWortb J I. Ki nard Jim wiliams Chas wiliains Kd Rot Sain Mill Abe Jefferson Simon Mitchell Faith Mitchell r'k Brown Adam Hillard Joe Copley Jim Smith Sason Smith II Uillbiirt Jnorjcott K Jonea ThiM Dor ley Jack Washington win Washington Jew Lee Lewis Lverett Tho Shangton warn Buck list ten Joe Bell Crist white Thos white Bill white Bob white Bob Johnson Louis Johnson Harry Brown 11 Voting Jno Bradford Leui Jackson Jord Smiley Ben willamt Jack Jones Kd Jones L Kent Ylnce Johnson Chas Bur ns wish Mora wet Brown Aaron Cook Dan Betton Jits Blackwood SI Clur Ike Davis Jno Brown Alf weltton C Devine Amler Brooks Henry Kenny S J John I'eter l'evlon Rack l'ayton Jno Cotton Mike Wits Henry Jtard Uitta Finer II Kemp Cat Hive Jno Bryaut Clay Rood DaklClay Henry UdnerU Nubiil 'I'liot Johnson Amot Brown Llja llannoy 'l lios white Louis Snltmire tr l.ouis saitmlre sr Sain Clay Forny Harris Tom Smith I) L llowman I lem White .u lilsnop J Al Wli twtirtb Ueo llutrhes 1 hot Lanwootl C R N'utt J lliennaii Kit I toil on Dentils Lockett 4 M Rimhet Wm Brown Ullbert Daniel John Winny Dnve Sanders Anw Wnker WillUiirrow Dave liustin Louia Cojan San Tavlor M Jackson II John ton D Ofore John 11 Schwnbkl I. Klkat II Miller Jake Miles II Winter Dsn M Dougnll S B Lawson W A ltliai Neil Siuilli W II Johnson Ben Johnson II H lllllver A Bell llcull lion cr 1 mil lenrv ilick Thoiupton Jat Kdwortli B Hi an lly Chat Jackson Juke Mvlcs S Booniey Jno Starkt Unbe Davis Jim Cuuilril lllilit Dervill l'till Mitrshall lleiirv Stuckett O Miller Jaa Smith Wshli Murray Alex Taylor Amot Alexamlt-r Kd Stevenson Jutt Jant Jim Cookly II McMurtry Jim Ben Fields Alex Fields Bill Fields Mat ui'iier Irf-e Matthew Wilis Wtison U Hunks 8 Tavlor Wm Moore Henry Sttt- nrd Chat Dickson Win Fletcher S Davit Chas Smith Jat Kemp l.eroy D Smith Henry Gray Dave I'nrker Kd Wlllnms m watntnirton wm aioore ueu ueartt Jno Lewis J Knox Robt Johnson Ben Gray K Tlinmits Ben willamt Thos John ton uebe Hswkiiis jno urny it sneparti wm Morris J Spallas N O Medehreakt It S Mashog I Butler C Tollworta K N Stignll A Mitchell J U Uorduns S Dick- worth Hno U roves reter Smith Jno Hen derson Jim Knox Sol Call way 1' Green Chat Roblngson Henry Jenkins .lira Brooks 1 Ferguson FkJonetll Tavlor S Burkes Jno n ilinghain Henry Thoinii ton Alex Nobles Jaa McCode A Fox It Clarke Henry Billard Geo Rraxler W Marbles S Densou Mets Clark N Brown Bend wheeler A Terry Jim Bell t! Rod- Sers S Mason ( Holinan Jno Parker II llburt Allen Mason Si Stewart B white 8 Hnrver Kose Colmoit 'I'liot Smith Hen ry I'age R Kice Dan John Cesser Cole man S Meter Thos Blaine wm wheeler Robt Shields Jno Glenn Robt Newsoat wm Preston Sank snenderson Ike whit en Joe wheller Chas wheeler Jim Nel son Chat Most wm Halts Dave Lacy Alf Norman Aaron Johnson wm Smith Sam Brown F'red Andlson J Raaer Mc Kenny Jno walker 'tuck Jones Rob Brown Kofi Randolph Jim Clark Ben Butler Robt ( listimm Ham Krwln Ue Johnson win Green Pet Green Joe Goodwin wm Hill J Jennings Niry wiliains A Preston Geo Ray Alex Roberson B Ried Henry Rote Mose Scott Ed Sewell G Grayson win Smith J Thomas Tom Shields Jo Brown Aden Johnson T Nelson Geo Thomas Ben wlliauis wm wrliflit Jit walker Ti tus Parker Ben Abla Jo Abe link Jones wm Plnkney Mike Moran wm (ireen Henry Thomas Pat Mullens Cul Brown W II Gosei' loin wllkorton Kd webb J Hornet Cat Brown A Simmons U Wash ington R R Tunn Jake I. wis Tom Mile Him Hickman Kd Herd jno King James Smith Henrr Franklin Dan Lowe win Harrison T Henry N Burton A Brown Kd Saitmlre jno walker Aenry Clot Fk Kelter Moses Bnyds Mote Dillard Andw wiliains wm Thomas P C Flagan R Nutt Jim More Jaa Pearsil A itendrirk jack Anderson R Lee jno Given t K Parker Sam Mitchell Sara wbith II Johnson K C jno Pearson Josh Sanders II Johnson jo Stevens warn Johnson Chas Harris Jno cole Henry Smith Gabe Sewell Jltn m ltherlisnl jlin Dudley Jim Nelson Ben Richard Jim Vanghan Jim jennent Kkk Evans Mote jackton D Swayzer Jim c:ol 11ns Sam Hutcheton Pet Garner w II wh Hennr Goodman Alf wllson Man Davit Fred' willamt Ham Hutcheson. Aug 23 1.SKI. Vt llliaia. M.I lllf .rl Jawr. foMt t lull Btvaa Wall J!iHta l:paralw rv.rjr kirn k.l r-tm CbarSrr Cuei Wm Turaar Jkr t..r.t.a Wilier Savar. Jafca Je3arl Jim Aataom Jona Uaarv J.mt Mia j rill M:-aa A lira AmlKsra Kum Nadl W mi t..ncr tt.inraa Jara It uh.mms I'naev Hairae rraus w iialiaaa Vaarlrv Jatta. t.r trtcv r.4.UJ-k VII. U.rja tWH r'rr.1 Krllry Hto trt Tatur Bill I htitua. M.ima T..lar .lllr Brark-lna Alw Wilkiaia l I II -l rrauk Urraal au Klrhatilmi C .Ik Meirr. IHIIa. Urv era Nam M, .! Jaa Mania IHw Whllkir Uaa baa ll.twani Uaa Uar Haa Juaaa Billy Mmmi Sail lltnititoa Jim Annurwaa ll'ifk I' attararaw! ttUlorU Willluu. Jaakiu arrl Jalia. MiUoa trHaa. Tavlur Cia Tailor Jaaipfeer litwmy HiaMUriSIa taa. Hail.-.aal Hull H-a.lrr.ua till. J.ilia-a hkrnaiil llraail kmhra Itrowa 1'rt.r Praraua J,n l .,llm k ILtnu-a UaWHwra la Hale Jai tt(bra-ll Hat. TlMNuaa Jarwb laf W Aala Ckritfntrar Auia Tatkir fairk-k A iiiih. Ja.i II irk Carl Burkucr Jark I Mar II; Hla llrnrr Htil.WH Uit Atlanta AanNi J.iaa. Mamaall lilliar J.aUotier Mom Itaaarkl Mrr riauatUallar Clark U ia a) J a- Hark. IMrr tar 1..T rV'ar Tavlnr jr Lax Htoarwhtlr Wm a'l k.r Ka. U vi. Wilt tiraaa I. II ll Janw. ILir rt Jr.i Kraaktia Harul Walkvr Paint. Jack aim Wm tULta- Aatntiay Ural llanl Hrawa INrwiry rl.awia Wm tiiltMut ikmt Bart 41 ICmaa art Utib.aa.ia Ale4 ItlrlLiplla A ira Mrra .r II iwarl Uray tlra W.-hlatuu Tb Uartl Ubt K.al lllll.rj Suira Willlliy .VU,rr J,.o Jaiim INmtM Jha-ua Aarna startajr rO Mim Manil Marr. Sri Kiieliall Marvh Murray Uillwrt li II SiaThm HoIiint. Ou. raimwJM t tuacajr .aorrt. Tbua I'llrHrll fuUimbua Meljuai-a l al t'a.l Sam laaara At Wnllar Jamaa Wllklat S-jwire Irria Tburtttna MU-ttltia Hra tile. a Jailiat Thraah Kmill HabWd U 4rtaa l.ara. K"bt Jubaoui nauriaa Haik. K-l Jiibra Alat Msbt P.l hw. Wa.la Warrva tiiraar Irabaay tiaraar Na-I ta.4 Alri taik Tbua HmtjriMHl Mta.toa Hale t.aurs Shaltl.ai Jar.b Jaui. Allra II .want iiu ltlrki Billv Maat E l I W.l. J,ha K.rnra Itam aal If U Uarar.aNl J I lUwklaa n B gulaa I'.l nlura r-trr l',.ll.k Allrr.1 IMvek llram K.ilUi I A Millar Awtrrwa Holloa ti.ila lirltla WainvrMkliarbila I'a-aaay Turner Will I Irua.y Jiinr' aaiHit Prtrc tttrathar Alirara ff talil. Joa Jar.kMin WillltTavlur llinl Callia Aailitw Jwk ki 1 ll..liin la"a Water Aba Slra'hrr K.vi. Y.atiia larbV.Hina rml Maiihaw II la 1 V l a- Uarawat Jau Wiawli ,W II Harris lrai. Juna. t uluiulw. June. Hill llarrl. Allaa Ki-ltr.ia W A Cwnk Jlin I'araall A a. I raw MrAiiy v'rttl Nrlnia tia lo!utl Knibau Jobaaia I oil llrowa S t Judawa t .mill itrull J S Jubnt-u. tint J.,h . Jim st le. f J iaekaia Jn JobaMMtJim llarri. Jn Witiajiiit'hi. William, tiauilta Hick. Aa- thotty M.v at.rrl r.trly IVwr Murray Prank lull 11.nvw nans. 4 m itriweiuan r.n it.ins. Il'irnrr VjiKir Will lll. k. W re UVaualt Jn lla k Alirant rrarar Kmart William. 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LiH'k Wllllvii- l,..l. y William, t'tlaa Johuxm NrUm Jona. I'IiIHIii Wrlrhl K,l lliiltun Aimn LimniklH. Kali Niiillh skinner Taylor Nrlil'inair I Jurrv M vers t ol Wrllil Jno rVmily "Nulmn Itil.'tin ti..lrirarin M H JrRriwm Jo Niiiarib t: in. Kill. Mtu.ua r.i i. itrl-na laiior J 1 Taylor Hum Ml'e. nil t hi hlvr Jobn T.vlnr Alrt Tunh-riiai lllnkl Man MhaiHlei'. r Titr. nrr t'eterU innrv .loa Him-m AM-nn lylvr Kmaa Url Attifrrtion Iti 'har Witllrr Tavlnr W.ltiin Jno Jon.. Prime Hi1,! Itvi'lialiratm Jno Parker tirern I'li.lrr 1 tlar ritoini eii Johnnt that in john.nn t h.rlry Johnatm Asa Htnnu. Ilsulin aiiifa. AWs SnjfT. Jnn Jolin-ON Jnit rtrsilMilt .!.'. I'n. Mr 1I11 1 Jo uiMHi .a. krliih llli ka llillr Wililatiia MaJ Itimutolt SotiimnH NtitlklT Joint William- Jnn Martin Tlla-I IliinU r Win llun'rr Pnmti. Miwurvn Aaron lliivl Johny Jnltnaoa tiu-a tjala Alri Colliar Jno Ikirivr K't llarman Mioilra t'.rlar Joe Kvrr Itriilira Itunlar Jama. Ilh.ilii'r Sam till. MU M.irtlll Wely Jon. t hnrlay Cllon 11,11 Kycr rrny Ktar Alts Hinlih. AuSHt S. W. FERGUSON & CO. FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS, GREHNVILIjH, miss. Jim Tvlor f C lWt aVIinrU Jhtv.so tula Hi-kt Philii Ili. lVi W ttfev finckt WfftJrr IWn m i V-utr CUv Jwi HtllNtujs Jm Itrittjm Ctuirivv Ilk rl flu J WliktBMi Jr jM'titti Hrnry T.tT II t lx tin littam Mr. ollWrU (fMrr Kid Bfvwti Wmk J.. hi. a-.. kLtnrml.li I'urry tium K tiuomi Ctvtrka Cwwm J M 4 ttwn Wni I urtttrr Jak nlf Wntivr Swn Jack Jv6tMm slim AbiIvmiv Jub Itrrrr Juc Mnmrtri stum ft Mks Alr K.mm Ntli Wr. WnuarbtM Jjuk llmiitNi tari iwstit 4 A JtiliMMtjrtv JoktiwHi Jim Muni. l J Jat lttHi Jttu Jtsh'iMsH Jim Hstrri- Hm ititw Ju llavritM J I'rMklta Sam. HmJit.rr Pnam) Jm'tmim Wm ttB?iitnt AHllhMiy Krvl Jisft ItruwH lrt"e-wv Hlatu M m (iilswaft i4rw Unsrr fcmsftuarl R.wf v A ii Huhmin Aar Mi r 11 -mainl Ons iiM H hiuBt.ft Ih k. 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IWII Prank KilU'T llrclur lnvl.-r llwior Kaiitlnt Hill Thomaa Mnara layl.tr S iiMra llrni- HJ I UiH Mtiaaa Miifi till t hathiic tjonn Tnvr Alai Turner tiou llrnklv tHn f-Bsvler N V rumer ttnnter rVterwm Jua miiimow A Ion in Tylr HkM Walker Tavlor Walhut Jim Jonaa rrine hhi i.n.eifMa urwn Juiin rarker urevn Vsulasr Tvlf Mlitrirut t wtrv JtihitsvitH C'hiilna JhiiaiiiiCliat jiilutaim Aat-rnta Kvuben Niirit V ex "itirir" JmiJtrhtitn.Iri i rerifu-oa I radios ler Kllliih J'.l.u-oa h lll ki Hill WiMianiit Jell llramvtmi IrMiNHiiMim J II lUnuiliin Mul K.ll iff Jm U II halo Jtio Martin iha( llun er Hrmut Mrtulnn Anmn lliivi. John! Johiitxin (tui Ctilt A ii I oilier sin 1 arrer el Uarmh mnnrv t iir- tr.t. Htiih'i iaWtt Hie,mr.ion lHhlur FaUer Mia KnianiM'l Whl ly J .N Nelaon (co Nln l.nn.Ur Koberaott ln Htillna? linn Hnwanl Wft-h Moor (msi K)lr Uev lrk Tm Johmut. F 1'Thiimtun l-al hornton l Mark j fUl laiuh Junie Altlen Movant Ham II Wk Knimuiul KyerC II llulibrm Wm Wahinrn NeU.a Na hstra kill Hi lulu Hourv Ijiwii Jua Ah lliiek Cmlhia JlmBsMiruan Alex i't-aar Alex iiniu Kil tHinlap Win rrlra Air I llama l ha- jetiKina v,ailo hlnw laa Jiihtiton ItirnnU JinM Harttatt Voartf it(l.iain Martin nanny rrlre Jencla Mmoh WllliaHmhh Hbt Wanliinl.m lv WnlliJim AtklMltWk Wilhunw Han tT Wlllhm Charley J..linon welpun Jmwa I'tiill k Wrtirhl 1-.I Hrttiuu Anntna ttklna Kate Wtlllaiua Hklnner Tavlor Nep lrthrtl Jerry M)ra Cal w rlifhl Jtilin Ihiw.ly Au,i'.., iwa W reiDrenent mine of thf itronnrnt tnd inotit reliable companlei doing bimt-H iipRt In the Mute. STORES AND STOCKS. Houses. Household Furniture, &c INnl-KKft. .TUB K.HPKCUL TIME fur Insuring Gin Houses, Machinery and Cotton will toon be at hantl. Jyi8 CH. STEFFGEN, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Having secured the necessary machinery of latest inventions. I am now prepared to do all lands of WOOD WO I IK, such as WOODEN CISTERNS, Turned and 'Scroll Work, etc., O N SHORT :o:- NOTICE. CABLM.T WOBK HADE TO ORDER. Aug. 4 3m JtiiiCM KoitMoiiublc. We Avill move on 1st To the- IvMsner Building ina to reauce stock oeore removal WILL MAKE GREAT Reductions in MI , SMITH & u.. Capital rizo Louisiana Lottery, Sept. 11th, $150,000. Secure your ticket in tiiuo. I For Rent My residence on Walnut street, opposite Mr. 8. P. Fiulay's. For terms apply to C. McGrath. July l-Mf 3. C. Gar.rMi.tT. JtV. . Ill la la. Lake Wasbington Landing. At my taw mill I always liav a anp ply of cypres lumbar at from J 12 to $18 pr thousand, cash. ronrardini i Ivjceirl?. llareluct. A eood tsafirtmmit of I'rr OtrnHs, I'oots H. ECKSTONE'S LIVERY STABLE, Grekkviu, Muw. Sattiti Salt fir Gtatawrtkl Trtriltrt. Keep on band for hire Saddle and Harness Horses SUOOlkf AXS OAERIAQES, r::r.:.:r3 zr.i r.izi.z:-:'.: Notice to Contractors. Ofllue of Chief Knalneer, Bttanl of Miss. Levee Cummlssinnprs, Greenville, Hist., July 20, im, Healed proposals will bit reoelred at the otflre of the Hoard uf Mississippi Ievee Commissioners at Giistxvii.i.n, Wsslilnirtnn county, Mississippi, up to . o'clock p, in. Monday, September 3d, 1883, fur constructing and enlarging the fol lowing levees. 1'aynienta monthly In cash. AlfROXIMATK HTtltlATICS. Above Kosedale (enlarge ment front slope) H,3ocubrds Kirks enlarfreinent 1,.'h)0 " Choctaw ltend enlarge ment tff.ooo " Millers Ilend enlargement front slope IG.S00 " liongwood (new levee)... 2oo,ooo " Below Ben Lomond (top ping) I.B00 Plant, profiles and specifications of the above work can be teen, and other Infor mation that binders may desire, obtain ed, at thit office. Good and sufficient security will be required for the proper execution of the work, anil names of se curities attached to the olds. A forfeit of 8 percent, will be required. Kills must Deauuresseu to n. A. ov erman. Secretary and Treasurer, and en dorsed "Proposals to Construct Levee." The risrht to reject any ana an unit will be reserved. By order of the Board. . G. M. ttlTLM, July il Chief Engineer, Cypress Lumber Always 011 hand. Inch Boards, . Flank. SUli Tolsts, Planed Lumber OF ALL KINDS. -a THE (IWATflEKEYECLIPSB TO THE PlaANTKILN. We claim that rrii sTw.ithtiio.v liHIpw Iron I'VaiiiM it ml Iron loullt 1 lnllei lsin is the best Oiu offered to the public. To prove what we say, we make tho fol lowing proposition : n ill put up a Gm ourit against any manufac ture in the world r and if we can't make a better sample and do as muck or more work, we will not as It j or any pay. All We Ask is a Trial. T. F. Hutchinson, Gci Ageut. Chas. M. HVtlltnuiN, Agent uly 1 a lircoiiville, Mi. , 1 Big1 Bargains ! Hard Times Eisrures. At FRIEDMAN'S Old Stand, On Mulberry Street, Greenville, Mississippi, There is now being sold off a Large Stock of Mens, Youths and Boys Clothing OF alVIal-a JH, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Shirts, and Furnishing Goodo. Also a Select Assortment of .Ladies Cloaksl A lot of TKTJNKS and VALISES. Scantling tar MATCIIKD rl.OUIIlMi All) IKII.IMI WCATIIKUnO.tKtirt, PICKET!), . LATHS AM. MIINUI.KS Billt tawed to order on short notice. LKAVKNWOUTH KR08., Proprietor. Greenville. JIlss.. June 10, im. To All Whom It May Concern. Notice It hereby elren that the Hoard of Mississippi Levee Commissioners, on the llth day of July, lKt. levied in ad valorem tax of five (5) mill tin the dollar on all property In the Mississippi Levee 1 jstrict except sncn as is exempt tnere from bv law), fnrcunHtructlon purpose, and rcfluped the tax on raitton for con struction purposes of one-half ()) cent a pound as allowed by law, to three eighths fS-H) of one cent per pound on lint cotton, making the tax for construc tion purposes in 1HKI at follows: Five miles id valorem tax, Three-eighth of a cent a l-cund on lint cotton. Published by order of the Board of Eltsittippl Levee Commissioners. . W. A. EVKKMAN. Hecretary-and-Treasnrer. July 21, lH JEFFERSON COLLEGE. Huh School for Boyi tnd Young Men. Located six mile from Xatchex and two miles from Natehex, Jackson and Co- Inmous Htllrosil, with telephone com munication witn aatcnei. J. 8. RAYMOND, Principal, 1. tAa u.rl I'til' . i..,i.uti 1,1 ir., 1 Aaal.tanla M.C.HAKPKR, ,-Awlstanl. Hesslon of 1WW open ttk f BsiUaktr. Board, Including tuition, furnished room, washing and lights, one hundred and lifty-teven dollars (l."7.'si) and lifty cents per session of ten months, payable leml-annuallv. In advance. For catalogue giving full particular aaures tne mncipai, J. H. Raymond. Wishingtoit, Adam county, Miss, iar.t 11 tro Chancery Notice. TO ALL persons having; or claiming my legal or equitable Interest in I be toL . lowing deetribed land told for taxes on the iMh day of Kay, A. II. 119, VI i Section , township 1H, range 6 west, In Washington county, Mississippi ; You are hereby notified that U. M. Helm and Jo. Wilcinski, claiming title to the above deaecribed land under and br the tald sale for taxes, have filed their bill in the Chancery Court of Wash ington county. State of MiasisslppI, for the purpose of having their title to said land quieted and eonttrroed ; and unlet von attnear on the first dnv of the next j term uf said court, the tame being the I seitoud Mpntlsv of Cctnhr. and niesii. I demur or answer to said l;!:l. the nim tions of said bill will be tlpn as con fessed, t;. M. Jtni'fti.'?f. I rhinmyl lirk. 4i t IVrrtv. Vftraer A t'effv. el?,.f'w a. Chanoery Notice. To all (icrsons having or claiming my legal or eimitahle lnteret in the follow ing described loud wild for taxes on the win tiav 01 .May, a. 11. im. viz: ' Wlofnwta'nd wlofe) of n l ami w) of swl of section 4, township II), range K west. And In thi following de' scribed land told for taxes on the 13th day of June, A. 1. 1, vi : WJ of n e section 17, township la, range il west And In the following described land sold for taxes on the 2.1th (lav or Mav, A. 1). vlxt 8 e of e J cf sect Ion 5 j ej of e of n wj.ejof t wJ anil irf w of w or section 17 J and wl of e of n w and e tif wl of n w of tection 2), all In township 19 of range fl west. And In the following described land sold for taxes on the 13th day of May, A. D. 1870, viz : K) of n e) and a e of section and l of n wl and el of n w) of sec tion !t. In township I'.l of range 0 west. All of the tald lands situated In Wash ington eoantr, State of Mississippi. You are hereby notllled that t. M. Helm hat filed hi hill In the t hancery Court of said county alleging that he is the owner of the above described lands, and holds tills under the abort men tioned sale for taxes, and praying that hi tax-title to said land way be quieted and eonlirmed j and you are hereby re quired to appear on the first day of the next term of the Chancery Court of said county, the tame being tile second Mon itev of t lotolwr. I" 1, and plead, answer or 1! '-not ! s 1 t. 1. nherwl" thealle- 1 I 1 1 te ' ' "1 sa en- I f . -rk. I I ,4 t . r , IrCW. I The above Goods will be sold BELOW COST, As they iniint give place to a Xow Stock before Full. v v v co, Juuo D, 1883-3in Ur L. MOYSE Agcut. What the Country Needs. A. A. TRESCOTT, !ltl iVAIJOV Tlllltl'llES, WAGONS, Etc. A'os. S3 and 34- Crawford Street. VICKSBURfi, HISS. WHULKsALE ASU HETAII, IlEALEtt IN Wagon Tlmben of every detcrliitlon ; Iron of all sixes and dimensions ; Machine and Carrlnge Holts; sole agent forth celebrated Chicago hcrew Ptilverlxers ; Furah A Hrndlev Killing and Walking Cultivator! ; Ja. If. Hall it Hon hulk Plows ; D. M. (Itborn s Celebrated Kcipen and Mowers ; Walter A. Woods Help ers and Mowers. The Oiborna No. 7 is the beet end lightest draft Machine ia the Market. Kentucky fine Mills and Kvaporator. all size ; Hay Rakes, Cider Mills, Fred Cutter, Corn Miellersiml Fin and Threshers ; the celebrated . Van Winkle (it Stand which took the (iold Medal at the Atlanta Exposition. The Mouth Ben Chilled Plowt ; tbe eclipse Wind Mills. Also agent for tbe celebrated SPIRAL SPRING BUGGIES Made at Grand Hipldt, Michigan. They do not tilt no matter where the weight it R. A. FLANAGAN, Watchmaker, ix. Jeweler and Optician, Greenville, - Mississippi, Keeps on hand a tine and select slock of Watches, Clocks, Solid and Plated Jewelry, Holld and plated Silver wnre, consisting of Spoon, Fork, Butter IMsbe. Svrup Cnps, Caskets, Cake Basket. Berrv Dishes. Spoon Holders. Water Pitchers, Cups, Goblet. Waiters. Fine Table Knives. Ac. In fact nylhlng that may be needed In njv line If not In itock will be ordered tnd gotten here cheajK-r than they ean he bought at any (tore Id any city. I keep Wendell's Perfect Fitting Spectacles, 1 1 V M t it t It i W OPlll. Greenville GRAIN DEPOT I have established In Greenville an extensive OKA IN DEPOT, and will always have on hand a large lot of- CCM, OATS, ESAU and SAT Parsons wishing to purchase and liv ing on the river, will do well to eall on me before buying elsewhere, a I m soiling only on commission, and ean or di-r and deliver at their landings mucli chpsper thin thev can order thenjsaivas. i! '! a. Agent also for J1K.VI-, H etc. t. rSOPRG'IW. Agent J. KINSELLA. (SlXI.KaSOB JO T. l'tt!"(.SER ) Saddle and Harness Maker, aiioro.'i a AgiiiSGTtw iv. J KEEPS con stantly ct bead every - thing In his S line. All kinds of repairing done on almri notice.. and wofks cheap. .s