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"Til star fompanjV' Pr rfarmanre. BDA.T. MAT SO, 1S85. I think aii will agroe wbeu we say tlmt the eutertaiuuient of Thuray evening was a marked mm 4 Wfaihfr. I " F I paied d for a ceries ot delightful Uug on Tuesday evening! g0DSi gC(, tbe duet by the Irey8t ere was a succession or brother and sister, would hare (amounting in all to quite Lone creJit to Prof Talpn aml Barnhert. The solo sung by little Louly Goldtuiith, as Gerster, was so charming, that it was a wonder uonie fellow, "to marry," didu't i condition lavoranie. follow the flowers that rained oa . vfl I th littlu lailv'a rain a. bIia iiio.,1a I sr - tu me prettiest courtesy we ever I 2 inches. gaw. Miss Willie Clack as Mad'le T ..... Mendevlmhnn. wan mn Mi annlauded after her graceful performance on the violin, which was a great treat. It was immediately follow- rVuifall. was beneficial but as to cotton there baa I been a little too much. (gnt the weather is fine, condition tavoranie. turmometer, - 8C 60 2 inches. -iiise la Sckcaule. u been another change edule of the L. N. O. & bejinniug May 24th Inst, not yet been furnished py of the change, but the is tne ume irun ynoo : North bound, 11:30 p. 35 a. m. South bound, 5:25 a. m. : 1 1 v.MnMf. ... C Wednesdays and Fri-firnpnville LIIB " - ui. aud leave at 3 p. m. The Markets. JCw Orleans, May !8. Kdlnary Lxl Ordinary.. kw Middling... iddhnr Louis) ln-16 13-4 ...10 S-IH . ..10 7-16 ...$1 0 ... ; ISuuday, at Egypt Ridge, Vrcher dedicated the First iriau Church of Bolivar Over 100 pcrsous were Wte a number joined the (id others promise to do a the near future. Thompson will preach mnle Hall to-morrow. ently commended the lib- the L. r. O. & T. K. K. ng freights on the mate le new Episcopal Church. Id have included the llli itral lu our commeuda- rawhats. now iii stock a large and kortment of JRAW IIAT8,- till sell at lt Ekduced Prices. Sol. Brill. (1 fellow townsman Auo is in Greenville on a Siis eld friends. A he is lie prohibition business, lig draughts which pro tattcholy, at Summit. is directed to the atlver of that excellent and re- acliiiiist, Joe Wall. He lilishcd his foundry on k'tweon Main and Central Vliicu he will soon have ji all the machinery requl list class work. TO PLANTEES. fTlls of Hay, Grain and til Nantatien goods, our country need not go away from home I w guarantee satisfactitn. HEAD & CO. will be no Circuit Court put term ; Judo-e Trimble teen renuested by the ' Supervisors and mem lie bar not to hold it. of our citizens who made iutance of Mrs. J no. R lpon her recent visit to )le will regret to learn of 3i. She died at her home ngton, Arkansas, on the R, of parulysls of the heart datives nnd coiinectious Hen end of a noble life has treat grief, to Iter immedi y a crushiug stroke. pnltry, tha brat Butter, and pg found In the Grocery line HEAD & CO.'S kins New Front Cut MOWER ff T1IK LEAD. exainiue them before pur chasing any ether. II r.. WETHERrtKE. Lake Ice "enberg has beeu lusv 'he past week storing the lot of ice ever brought to IHe. Owing to the late Qd the liebt rainfall, tha I jiusnally solid and thick, E . . IP M Poultry, Choicest But p I inned Goods, Bert Grades of f wy article of Family and roceriee ilway n gtock. , ; J HEAD A Oo. ue dramatis persona of K8 establishment, we de fxpress our tongue tickled satisfied, acknowlede o Professor Hollander, the "c of Iseubere's institu p Professor's beveragiac es were homologated with r.eKard to the varvin de ' taStB and habit o.Uhli.h P progress of the Temper Norcd excursion train to ssnmgtou carried several W citiiens of Greenville to fk of that beautiful laka ttnrsday. Barring an in " hnwer it was fmife M'r a first movement over f line. ed by tha appearance of Mario u Dunn, as Adeliua Puttie, who was led to the footlights by James Yerger, as 'icoliui. The solo was lively but we cauuot say too much in praise of the beauty of her en core, which in one so youug, as tonished the audience. Heury Ireys (Prof. Taleu) gave us one of his delightful instrumental farces, which opened the way for tiny Alice Beed(Miss Dolittle) w ho, iu the cap aud traiu, auctioned off her daughters "till the house thun dered with applause, and the many flowers on the stage came very near declaring her the leading lady. She made way for Anua Elize Stone, who as Louise Kcllog, touched many a heart by a voice as "far, and sweet as those bells of memory" which she sang. Now who will ever forget, "Hush, little baby, dou't you cry," sung by Alice Stone, as Lotta. The clear ring of her rich, beautiful voice dwelt with us when we lay down to rest, aud we only hope the mother wbo beard her sing, may some day cnl tivate so rare a gift. Jennie Yer ger, who came before us as Mad'le Xilssou, sang that lady's most touching poem, the dear old "Sewanee River," aud brought the tears to many an eye by her sweet tones so clear and true. Before the curtain fell James Yerger (Nicotiui) regaled the public with an exquisite duet and also took a leading voice in the chorus which opeuad the second part. The dancing, some declared the feature of the evening. Jenuie Yerger and Harry Ferguson open ed the ball, aud nothing could have beeu more graceful than their movements. But perhaps others were inclined to "co wild" over the two little soldiers, Porclc Fer gUMon and Lytic Starling, who danced as if there was nothing but oy and life in all the world. Then, wheu the four little Misses II. Goldsmith, Carrie Loe, Florence l'olil anil IiOiilti liolilsmltu cntne running on to whirl and skip through their Highland fling, it was just splendid. Hasee Gold smith recited most perfectly n thrilling piece, and we were aston ished at her talent. The Gypsy chorus, by the company, ended the performance, and here again Alice Stone won new leaves for her laurel crown. All of the little ladies wort beau tiful aud becomiug dresses, made with trains, which were carried like the "grown folks" that they tried to be. The "spike tails" were certainly one of the features of the evening : and the manner of "the geutlemeu," as they escorted the ladies to aud from tho foot lights, was perfect, especially that of George Hunt, who was as styl ish as his father. Of course the dancers had exquisite and appro priate costumes. The whole thing was most beau tifully aud artistically conducted, and too much praise cannot be given to Mesdumcs Ferguson, Shall aud Green; who, though they had entire charge declare that they owe a great deal to the assistance of their chartuiug little scholar, Lessie Williams, who has herself so often won applause be fore the foot lights. Compliments are also extended to Mr. and Miss Griffin for their delightful music for the dances. ' After the bnll, the supper fur nished by the ludies was enjoyed $ and thanks are extended to the managers, Mis. Finlay, Miss Fan nie Smith, Mrs. Holmes, Mrs.Shute aud others. Take my advice, aud always try to atteud all such entertainments, even if you are, like myself, A Quiet Max The Hivcr. The follow iu is tliervford fruiu the Government Water Gaue tor the past week : Above low water nisrk. Saturday. 5! Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, May 2 1S3. R. Cairo ". JO 0 0 Chattanooga HI H Cincinnati 16 -1 23 Helena Mi 0 Little Kock 10 8 13 Memphis 14 8 0 Nashville 10 5 3S Pituburg 5 4 0 St. I.oiil 17 9 3 Vicksburu 30 1 0 It: 23 6 p. m 28 35 04 c u u 2: 85 25 6 " " 2T 45 i 2C C " 44 27 10 1 27 0 " " 20 S5 2$ 6 " " 26 50 2t C " " 20 10 -F. 0 0 0 s 0 0 0 11 0 3 . DEMISTUY. We tiro requested to announce that lr. C. C. Oos.-1, of Woodville, M'sss., wi'l iis;t Greenville Jti: 1'IUST, i uox., aud remain aa lou as hubiness justiGe him. Dr. Cross is oue of the moet accomplished dentists of the State, and will give satifac fion to all who employ his services. May 10, 1SS5-3- Ticket No. 51,935, May drawing Louisiana Lottery, drew i',0(H). Sold in Greenville, Miss. ; one-fifth held by J. D. Lengsueld, with Heathuian, Smith' & Co. Next drawing, June 10th. Capital prize $150,000. MaylG4t Planters Machine and Boiler Shop.! C HAHTIR OP GrEE37i!l3 ComprEss For the summer the Pargoud will arrive on Fridays instead of Sundays. ' Laying of the Corner Stone On next Monday, the 1st of June, the comer stone of the new Epis copal Church will bo laid with appropriate ceremonies, by the Grand Lodge of Masons of the State; Past Grand Master, and acting Grand Master Frederic Speed will officiate. The proceed ings will be directed under the auspices of Greenville Lodge No. 20C, aud visiting brethreu of the order. All the lodges iu the neigh borhood have boon invited to attend aud participate. An ad dress will be delivered by Bishop Thompson. All are invited to at tend. Attention is directed to the no tice published by Th. Pohl, Secre tary Masonic Lodge. Attention Masonic Fraternity. Tho M. W. Grand Lodire of this State will convene in special ses sion on Moudny, .nine 1st, lsSo, at the Masonic Temple for the purpose of laying the Comer Stone of St. James l-.piscopal Church. All members of Green ville Lodge No. 200 F. & A. M. aud K A. & F. C. Masons and all M. M. iu cood standing are re quested to meet at Masonic Hall ou Monday, Juke 1st, 1S85, at 10 o'clock A. M- tii a hp, to partici pate in the ceremonies of laying the Comer Stone. Th. Pohl, Sec'y. EARLY CLOSING. During the Summer, beginuing JUNK lnt. our house will he closed daily, exoeit Saturday, at early dark We earnestly ask all to cull bo fore that time. Respectfully, HEATHMAN, SMITH & CO, MAJ SO, 1HS&-UM BRILLSJ300M. Promptly upon the approach of warm weather, SOL BRILL, The Clothing caterer of Greenville, comes to the front with goods suitable for the occasion, and is uow offering SPRING and SUMMKll GOODS GREATLY RUDCCKD PRICKS. His shelves, counters and show cases are loaded down with Spring and Summeh Sum, Lisle Thread, Nainsook aud Bal- briggan Undekweak, Scakfs in endless variety, And all other wear suitable for tho season. inay30-3t Head Co. otlHrjruod iu tlieir line at exceedingly low prices. Turtle tleglr- ln to spend their caah where It would do the moet good will do well to see them. Kvery thing warranted, ap-18 Notice, is directed to the adver tisement of tho old aud thorough ly established "Piatt Gin Stand Company," Memphis. The Gins now offered for sale comprise all late improvements, revolving box heads, feeders and condensers, vastly increasing the simplicity and effectiveness of their opera' tion. Among tho many certifl catosof plan tors iu the Pratt Giu pamphlets of this year's issue, wo note those of Messrs. Matt F Johnson, G. F. Miller, Jns. S. Peak J. F. Stokos, Jas. S. Richardson nnd F. M. Acroe; all experienced planters of this vicinity. Ill A gentleman'! drwxa is worthy of con' Idernhle thought. Unless there ts ex treme carefulness In the study of aps, shupe and beuring of the, person In se lectlng garments, a kind of awkward net Is certain to follow. As Artists of Tailoring we make our nest endeavors anil a very Inrjrc clientele thank us for good service. In botli llendy-Made of the liner class and the very best of Tailoring we are well prepared with line assortments and the best of workmen. WARNER & SEARLE3. UI Washington Street. Vlckbuig, Miss. at ICS CBSAM SALOON. T have opened my Ice Cream Saloons iu elegant style nnd keep on hand at all hours the best Ice Cream and Sherbet. I will have a Bill of Fare for tho different kinds each day; and I am also prepared to furnish it by the quart half gallon and gallon, nice' ly packed in Ice, to families, at the following rates; Per rjunrtflO cts. per half gallon, $1 ; per gallon 1 75. And will deliver same once. Yours respectfully, MaylO 4w A. Yager. When lt Is taken Into coinlderatlnn the fact that Whiskey is used' largely by those who seek Its medical benelits, tlie Purity nd merits of the Whiskies sold becomes a qnestion of great Importance L W. Harper's Kelson Co. Whiskey has been- before the public for many years, its Purity is not only guaranteed by tbe distiller, but is contiiiented on by s great number of the most eminent Physicians In the United States. L. Usstor & It:., (itrenville. Miss we can auu nothing to our racy compoudcnt's description of au exhibition which was another trib ute to Mrs. Fergusou's incompar able talent as a "child trainer;" except to announce that the net proceeds amounted to $207 00. Which is thankfully acknowledged by the vestry of the F.piscopal church a a "commuuity contri bution" to the rebuilding of tho church. A old by The coutract for the Sunflower jail is to be let again on Monday next, tho 1st of June. . The 17 year old locusts with the old, MV" brand on the back, are reported to bnv occupied the country around Jackson. Capt. Vf. W. Stone was In town a few days siuce, haying Just re turned from a visit to the "land of the east," and of candidates. He Is not discouraged by the result of bis visit, on the coutrary quite the reverse. He wishes us to ex tend thanks for the very kind and nattering notices which ha re ceived from tbe press of that sec tion. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 am now prepared to do all kinds of mncltine icork in a workmanlike mam tr and at reason able fi Jit res. I'arties lutein J work of this kind to do will find it to their iitcrest to ecll on mc before having work done. A NiK't'Iulty Jlrult of Plantation Work. fur Ciifttiub and Foiius of all kinds furnished on short notice. 't Hoping to receive a share of your patronage, I remain, Yours Respectfully, JOS. WALL, Proprietor. TERMS REASONABLE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Shop ou Locust street, between Maiu street and Central av venue. May l. l.-WJ. Pratt Cotton Gins, Feeders Condensers. :o: Bottom Planters would find it to their inter est to buy the Pratt Revolving Jleiul Illso llullor Cain, AVitli l'VtMlt'r uml CJomlenwer. Send for descriptive Catalogue, Price List, &c. 1'llATT CJIIV CO., May 30, 1SSj-4iu Memphis, Tenu. I UK Si A CK W --'ii'... OK MISsj 'N ( 01 XIV. irru TEMPLE GROCERY STORE. NOTICE I RON and WOOD WORK. I am now prepared to do all kinds of Blacksmithing. ,rlt.l,.. W0 Wagons, Buggies & Carriages tnt made or repaired. "MA KM work in niv line solicited. Charges rcaxunable, sattxructlun given, and work tttiaranteod. SIiod on Locust' street, between Mnln street and Central avenue. mnii X. . VAUGUT. We have moved our stock of Groceries from the corner of Maiu aud Mulberry streets to the TEMPLE GROCERY STORE, We have added llfty feet In lenpth to th Temple Grocery Untitling, thus In- i reaamir storuue vanacitv. anil etialiluur us to carry nmler one root tlie stitt-n formcrl kept in tlte two stores. We feave also added a BAKERY to our building, and cnu now furnish I'VonU Jrenl, Holla and Cuk Hver.v ln.y. Our aim will be tn keep reliable brands of KI.Ol'IJ, MEAT, CANNKI) (!(())S. Ac. To suit the dilt'erent tantes of our uiilronsln HAMS, we will have the three celebrated lirantUi of aiigar-rureil, namely : O. W. Thomas auu Magnolia. Louis ville. Kv., and tlieNliir- liltnker. Mt. Lotus, in f lour, fvipn ami crangiea impe rial, the leutlim? Patents. Our lll'TTKU and l.Alil) will always be of tbe best quality, and kept In a Hrst-clio. Itefrlgorator. In short, We Guarantee Every Article Sold aa Represented. Without boasting, we confidently assert that fur CONVKMKNcK. Cl.K.AN MNES3aml I'll ICS Kit V ATION oftiootlK. the TKMIM.K tilMK KHY 111 11.1) INti stands preeminently AT T11K IIK.YI OK THK LIST tn this Mate. Pir Our endeavor will be to keep our stock clean and in order." Our prices will be us low as any iu tho market. 1'espertfullv, AGAIN IN MISSISSIPPI ! T j Warehou.M' ('oiiiininy. ! Section 1. This company shail lr 'kiuiAn as the "Greenville ' tinres ! and Wan house Company," and by that j imnte may ue altd t surd, plead and I be iinpleaiii'it, in all the courts of Law ; .nut K.iuitv in thu Mute, arid may have I ja etoiiKiim seal which it mar alter at I pleasure. See. I. The ald company slmll have the riWrt to re!t.a( t the business of rtiiipreuiK tolton for toll, ami snoot storing cotter, produce and merchan dise iu the town of treT.ille. county i.f Washington. State of UiMl'ppi. or elsew here iii said county j sr.d to that end may acquire by purchase, lease, or jriit. real and iercinal property of every kind and character necrsary of desira ble to carry on said businejsofcoinpres inir and s'loriiiK cotton etc for hire. The said ctoupany may also own any number of dravs.'carts". wagons, teams. Ac., and ma do a lirafaire business fri connection w ith its general business of storing anil compressing cotton. And tlie said company shall have the right to ti its rate of charges for compressing and storing and Uraying and otherwise handling cotton, prmlu. e and merchan dise, and may collect the same under such rules anil regulations at tbe said company may prescribe. Said company hall have tlie right to make all rules, regulations and by-laws necessary or de sirable to tbe suceeful manaircmenl of its businetM, anil not Inconsistent w ith the Constitution and Laws of the State of Mississippi, and of the Tutted States. Sec. 3. The incorporators ofjsald com pany are V. A. I'ollock, Win. U. Verger, ni. Illake, J. A. Denton. I.e Itov lVn , Natliaa tioli'.stein. II. W ilcxinskl, and their associates aud successors, who are authorised upon the approval of tills charter by tbe Uovernor of the State, to organle said company by electing live of their numlwr to lie it lloanl of I'irce tors, which said Hoard of iMrectorsshall In turn eleot one ot their number to be President, one to be Vice-President aud one to be Secretary and Treasurer, and the lloanl so organised shall continue In ollU eone year, and until their successors are iiialilic(l. . They shall open books of siihscriptlon to the capiat stock ot s u t company, which is hereby tlxed nt One Hundred Thousand Ibillars.dlvldcd into shares of one hundred dolhirs each, said board sllnll lue-crllie the number ot shares of said slock to be sold, and the crms of paviueut therefor, lliey shall al so enact such by-laws as tliey may deem necessary tinder Sectiun Two, of this charter. and shall prescribe therein for an annual election of directors by the stock holders and also for the appointment ol all avrcnts ami employees necessary for cum inn on the business of said com pnny. Tlie directors of said company shall have tlie rluht to appoint a welch er, w ho shall he sworn, ami who shall have the rtuht to weluh all cotton or merchandise, when reiiuestcd so to do, and who may charge for such service such amount only as said Hoard ot 1)1 rectors imiv nrescrihe. Sec. 4. T'lie said company shall never contract or create a total indebtedness creatcr than the amount of stock (par value) Issued, and the stock holders of said company shall be Individually lial'l to tlie creditors thereof to the amount ot the stock severally subscribed by them for all debts and contracts made by said uomtmnv, until the whole amount of their several subscriptions has been paid in. Sic. r. Tills cbnrter shall lake filed and be In force from and after Its ap proviil by the (iovernor. May IKlw In i c .!.!, Circuit l o.rt, to nepteniher I-rrrt lael." riss r.. Hcim, i 4 I! ! MKt... K.Uiti'.. -n. W II t-..f!l ( i.iii M.i iijbk ; ( t -Ktstufwa tj its .1 R P....I1. W It P..ell . U'Urlt l'i.t.i j By virtue of the hv slim execution to uie directed. 1 shall expvse to public suK at the d.-.r of tlie I ourt llmu ! bylaw, to the highest bolder, for eb (ireenville, w ill, in the hcurs prerilel oy aiw, on the First Ifcnday (1st liji ef Jute, 1SSS. next, all the right, title and Interest of the defendant. J. It. Childress. Robert Powell and VV. If. Powell and. t. K. I'owell. tn and to the follow ins uenerftu ed property, lo-wlt : . ; . roiitu east innrter ani south half f north east (nartcr.and fourteen acres iu oirtii we-t imarter section XI. tovnshin in, range 4 west AM acres ; tooth west liiarter "South Tupiiers Bayou," section , township IC. range i west SO acre ; south half aud north west quarter aud west half of north east ipiarter section t, township iu. rnnite 4 wen "sin acres: east half of north east iitiartcr section k tuwnsbip III, nnife 4 west SO acres: north half of north half of north west piarter section H. township Hi, taaue I west Ml acres ; all situate in Watlimir- tou roiinty, Mississippi. . . I he same hnvin Ix cn levied uton ai the pmperty of the defendants, ltuliert Powell, W. II. Powell and J. H. ChlK dress and J. K. l'owell, and will be sold to satisfy plaintilTs claim, and all costs. . a. him, j hvriC of Wastiu.Kiva Cuuuiy May . lss- .1 Attention is respectfully invited to some of tho lending features of tho li liii Lis lint Co, I'rlltlou fur l.ititior License. B. C AH N, leuler In Furniture, Carpets, Oil Gloths. 3LvrriN, MATTKKSS SPRIXGB, Kto. Window Shades and Window Cornice. WALL PAPER of all shades. Mulberry Street, Greenville, Miss. Oct. 14-tt B. A. IXAMGAN, llRAI.KR IX "Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, Silverware, tts ai Seed: i 3l:t Main Street, Corner Monroe, mi2mjiiih, rriaivrv. ALSO CJreenville, 3I1hn. Sopt. IT, Isnt-if Tr Kent. During the Snniiner montha, a fur- hlshed hisc. containing live rooms' Apply to Mrs. SI E r. TRltifl. aprilll- Abingdon, Virginia. AHS12TH $.0-9IITiliIOXN. All desirable forms of Life IiiBurnnco. Forty yours experience. Practicnl nliins and most fnvorablo ternm. Full particulars furnished on npiilicatiou to May 2 cm FEHGU50N, FINLAY (St CO,, Agents. H. B. BRUSER, Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron Worker I1A1.1WA1U2, STOVKH, ETC Agent for MiRKissippi fur the sale of WALTER PATENT TIN SHINGLES, For Gin Houses and Residences. Will ave one-half tho insurance, and can be put on by a carpenter. ViCKSBVRG, MISS. (iASOLivi; oil ion us iiA(i:i;;s. Citation Notice. The Statb of Mississippi : To Mary tnndiford, the Defendant You are eoinnmndcd to appear before the hnncerc Court of the County of Washington. In snid StHte. at Holes, on the First Monday of J uly, ls 3, to ile- tenit tne suit in sam court oi Aiireti Htandiford, Jr., when in yon are a de fendant. C. M..IOHON. Clerk of the Chancery Court of Wash ington county. Miss. Mny !ith, )hs.-. tuny IMS Iw (SUUL'ESSOK TO T. O'CUKSEK.) Saddle and Harness Maker, SHOP 0." WASIILNOTO.1 AV. EKfS con- '.:. 1 stantlv on f ' jTJv-f.V.A band every Ihirnr In his - A?5ii''n line. All kinds r f I r I n i r .' Wt done on short ' JPrr??.-w-jriM J notice. Sells t&Hjjl ; jij and works chiap. Public patronnse solicited. H. F. KRICER, Wholesale and Eetail Dealer in Hardware, Tinwaro; (iliS, CROCKERY, -STOVES, AND KINDRED GOODS. We are sole agents for this place, for the Celebrated Times-Democrat Cigar the best 5 cent smoke in the world Fine Tobacco a specialty. ap-l HEAD CO. The interesting "protracted uieot- ins" at the Methodist Church hero , during the pnnt week, closeil on j Thursday last. I Notico to Contractors. Notice is hereby given that bids will be recelreil at this olllce until the next regular meeting (JJd June, 10,) of the Hoard of Supervisors, for the repairing of Washlntrton Baron Bridge across Washington lUynn. l'lnns anil speeill cntions to nccompany nil bids. Iioaid reserves the riht to reject any and all bids. Hy order of the Hoard. may!) C. M. JOMXSOS. Clerk, mon ntrtnv rn-m nt anvTiM"ir et- i.y ttkirf an for trie hct jelling Uxik out . tleiiiBer narecni gluiMl'.y . None Ktt. 1rm fre. II IL : tl I) Kll 0 , t'jrt'aU'I, Maine. intend to emvlov amide means, ivith which I shall purchase goods for Spot Cash, and in such quantities as will Enable Me to Sell at Low Figures. Merchants and Planters buying in large quanti lies are especially invicea to asn or my prices before sending their orders abroad. Will occupy the Store recently vacatod by iMr. It. C. Holt. yv. S- II. CJeiNHO will bo on hand and will bo pleased to Rce his many friends. 31, iss.viy Tan. II. F. KlilGER. Jockey Club Saloon Billiard Parlor L. Ilextcr & Bro., Proprietors. The Most Elegantly Pitted up Place in the South Only Place in Town Iit hy Cinm. Only place on the river where The Celebrated BUDWEISEll LAGER BEEU IS TO RE II D OX DItAUGIJT. TOUR ELEGANT NEW BILLIARD TABLES. Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors j- Cigar& Trusteed Sale. hy virtue of the rowers Tested In me bv a certain leed lu Trust exectiteil by Iticiutrd Burdette anil Jones M. Hamil ton to It. M. lirvan.'t'ruMee, fur the ben elii of Chair.', Ilaiullton i l'owell. and Insecure the debt therein specified which said Peed lu Trust is recorded at pnire i-Hi of liiM'k M 2 of the deed books of Washington county, Milslppl. and the execution of which s:il.l Irani has de volved on me. by reason of the refusal of suld liryat) to act, 1 will, on Wednesday, the 3d day of Jane, 1835, on tlie premises, and between the hours of 11 o clock a. m. anil 4 o clock r.M., anu at the request of the holder of the note secured by nail I I Iced III Triiftt, sell to the highest litdder. for cnoti, t tint Certain tract of Innri silunted In Washington county, Stntv of MhsslbSippi, kuuwn as California" plantation, and particularly ileserlb"d as tnllows, to-wit : Lot oof Section II, lots 4, ft and S of Section l.', th. nnrth Imlf of the north east iiuirler of Section '.tl, till) north half of the nonh half of Section 21. anil 221 acres in the north half of Section ."., all III Township In of Kange 7 west ; except circlu iU feet III illniiictcr III I lie garden on said place, two small parcels of land In Sections i) and 21 heretofore onveveil bv Miirsliitll llurdctte to Wj Hums and Alfred Williams, and the right of way through said property now occu pied by the Louisville, New Orleans ami rem l.'ailwnv Company, anil thelleot gin I'tii'ltlo Kullrouil v ouipsny. I will alno, at same time anil place, sell all of the mules, cattle, oxen, sheep, farming Implements anil personal prop erty which were on said place and the property of the grantors In said leed Itf . .... .1... I'l.l. I.......... luul B rilfl Ull liie J.llil in .rnminrt, I'-r-l. W. K. lit NT. SherifT of Washington county, Mississip pi siul I rutee 111 siitil UceU. May 2(1, Isn,-,. T.ithe Una Uonnl of smrviHnr-iil' WnxhltiK tmtmlllilt MHftt4.1iHil . Tlie lTii'tcr.tti.rnwt rkiiiieo. of lli.irtct Nn. 5. r.iv,thilly miiu.n Htr h'uomilt hut) lu vrmil li 3. it M. SPINOARIT. llrrit.r to frit wlhi' ii'l.l .itoll.HM tijuir. tn li'-n imhlltv IIihs one I'lol on IN'vr l.ii'ik on I II t tili-ollU iliu' In tun I'ltitnly n . rioi rwiim. men. I Hi. nionBrtioil J. A M. SitiiK;iru wurtliy I'Miii. Iii Stile isl- in Ui . 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THE duplicate receipts for the entry at Jackson. .Miss., of tlie land bereln described having been lost or destroyed, NOTICKIa hereby given by the un dersigned, w bo entered, and is tin own er of tlie same, of bis intention to ap ply for repayment of the purchsso money, and return of military land wnmints. Lot 4, section fl, township 17? rnntre ." west, Sunflower county ; receipt ilated March is, s:.). I.t 7, section 4, township 17. ranges west, Suiillower county ; receipt dated November 17. 1H5U. West half of north east ipiarter. sec tion 21. township If, range ft west, Wash ington county ; receipt dated December 22, 1X.V. South east quarter and east hnlf of nortli east iimrter. section 21. towiHhlp 1-. range rt west, Wnsinngton county; receipt dated liecemlier 22, 1'iS. KDWIN (j. COOK. April If, Citation NotlcOi Tiik 8tat ok Mississippi. To Mltchel tallcy You are coiuiniindcil to appear Irsfrrre the I lianccry Court of the county of Suiillower, 111 said St.ltA, tiff the r'llisr (1st) Moxnvv ok Ji nk, Ini, todefend th suit In said Court of Annie linllcy, wherein von are tlie riefemlent. J. Y. WALTON, 1'hnncery Clerk, lly J. W. tliiDAtiT, Deputy Clerk. Aprll'27. ISH3. Miiji-41-4w J. II. Leavenworth, Manufacturer of Rough and Dressed LUMBER. HI'KCIALTIKS : IXOORINQ, SIDING, CEILINO, BHINOLES LATH PICKETS, BEE HIVES, PACKING BOXES, Eto., Et- ll:is on hand a largo stock of Cypress, Walnut, Oak, Poplar and Pine, ' At prices as low as can be had ffotir other markets. Also Refuse and Pccky Cypres, Gum and Cottonwoof!, 1 tj-riY i.ew.t 1'rlces and estimates furnished on ap plication. aprillN Tor Sales My ilwelllng, In good repairs, and' cheap, . Apply to ,w. a. EvamAxy 272 Front St., Metiiphis, Tetin. fnr wnrklni rwiple Se ml in rents pniihuir, suit e will ninllynu Kret. a rnyal, yniuiililt aampla box f fnoilt I tint will put run in th way ur iiuikinK mure nun ey ins few days than yna ever tlt'ililil u.ilile l nil)' tminejil. Lnpilal nnl nitiinl. Von mn live si hninesml wnrk in .pure tune only, or ill Hie tiniu. Alt, of both oexeA. ol nil uKc. trrnnlly cium efltl . Ml rent to S"i tn.iiy irnwl every evening. 'I Int all whir' wnnl work mny le.l Ihe tm..iiH.'i.n, we make Ibis tmpnrullel'il offer : To nil who nre nnl well .t l.tieil wr will '.en'l SI lo piiy tor lh trnnl'IS or wriliiin u. Knll ftnii tilur, illrei'llnn., elc. ,, wnl fiisi lmmen.e pay ntmoluietr asr fafalr yvhoiUirt at on -e. Itnn't 'tehty. Aihlnn. HnnS'iS A 1(1., rirrlTiesI, Malsrf. HELP Idlewiltl Stalions roa was. O.ydewdalts .took. Thoroughbred Clyde sdnle ; six yean o'd, 111) hands high, weight lKX) pounds. Will scrre at $15 per season; $20 to lndiiro, rHIKiUKE. Clydesdale Jock is a (lark tgiy. Ifi dsnr was a cross from the "French atnd Jaepcr'' stock, lie was sired by Young' Clydsdtiie Jock, was bred by John Tor- rence ot Scnrboro.nsar '! oronto. Canada. His sire, old Clydesdale Joak, Waa bred by John Kohb, if Nev Monklnnd, near Olagow, Scothmrt. He is perfect type of tlie ruinous Crydesdnle'? stok ; bis progenitors, both male anil female, be ing among the-most note prlr.e takers' of Scotland. CieorgT AVnaliingtoia' The rrnd.oinest,best bred saddle stal-' lion in the State. Will erv! at $10 pe sessow; $21) to lnnre. John Coiiiptoi'i. A line Jack, 11 hanT high; rfi serTe at S10 per season. Mares kept on grams at It per tnflrftfc s grain fed at I0 per month at e iter's rlk. All bills for keep i-astV, mil sse cash. Insurance due when rnares are known to be In foal. Maref fired by sc:nn i an be returned tV rn I"! If horses or Jack are tn hry rfossesalon. Nemi.lll 1.1 1SMWB l I C. 11. S.MITU.