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Irrfuf of frlaf. iRoed;d Leader. In tbii county crime U iurri:,- ing to an Alarming extent, ami tlic perpetrators are .riuu,i!!y toii-! ed prop!. The liremi ill T;un. truthfully snyi : ''Indeed it in in- - - i ii i DeipeitUfultT.'i'.iiMiia .1 1 Ci:?v SATUHDAY. JUNE 0. ISM. j ?U.lr IWrt. j " Cliii H"0, y.hV 31. I'ao.it:. f t 1 ; tni'l V. 0:1 the V;il;;nii, .St. I ! t.n;:; n'il Pi-.i'i' I.'.ii!: airivcd ' j li r to il.iy uti l.u.ir m-.l a h.M '. Ve, j i:i t-iiar;;e hi a ti: t.ti.m'i. () it of :!.c t'Aclva or r-r"t"f-n neti ; ftl'lrrrt a..'l . t v . lio lin.Vly p riui-il ti.ii one cSi-.'er i-s dead, Khut eviutue mat lonj; inieiimnMon or . , , , ,, . , , ... . . , ; lily f.it;J y ttuuiiu.'i!. i,i yinul titi- . i is s v ti 1 is j: criminal court tdiould waken the prit of tie lav, especially in bui-Ii communities an comprise Judye Trimble' diotriit. An active in vendition of the iiKiistrati'H am other civil otlieiulu, and of com plaints B:it!iHt them, at retfuUr interval, is etwciitial to their ef- ticieiicy. Properly administered, the court never sil that iU iutlti euce is not exerted 11 pun the pub lie morals." The crime committed in this county, while it is principally con fined to the colored race, is com mitted lir the lower clans, who depend upon gambling, etc., for lirlnir. Jt lias been properly Maid that If we go to the bottom of the question of crime, we inunt rccotf ulze the fact that social restraint is far more potent than legal ; tint family ties, friundship, reputation and enjoyment of property have - more to do in keeping men in the straight pullis of peace and good citizenship than any code of laws." To these violators of the law, said restraints are unknown and uufelt. They do not value a good name, and think if they go to the convict farm and nerve out they linvo elo vated themselves in the estimation of their friends iu other words they are heroes. In many in stances this clasH of crimiiiulH, whatever they may do, mid go where they will, their friends will guide, hide, guard and feed them, aud in every way screen them from justice. The Incline at likansas I lly, Special to the Times Democrat ArkaiiHus City, Ark., May 31. Mr. Win." 1'rosiso, of tho firm of Pjonine & McTighe, railroad and bridge contractors, have taken possession of tho railroad incline at this point and refuse the use of the Incliuo to tho I.ittlo INx U, Mississippi Uiver and T.xas Kail road Company to transfer its cars, A rail was displaced on the Incline and the passenger were trans ferred on tho elevator. Freight cms cannot be tr.tnsferrrd now. The history of tho n flair is this: I'rosise & Mctighe built the In. dine here, and nltboii;;li the road lias used it, refuse to piiy or ac cept the work of the eontiaetois. Mr. Lister, tho superintendent, and four of the legal fraternity camo down on a special to adjust matters. All efforts fulled, ns I'losiso would not give up what ho considered its liU property until it was paid for by the com pany, The special with the super intendent nnd lawyers have re turned, ami Mr. I'rosise is still in possession of the Incline, and ex presses a determination to hold it until paid. Mr. 1'rosiso is well and favorably known bete, and lias a host of warm friends that will assist hini readily financially, If need be, In the matter. Jio freights rati bo transferred until Mr. 1'rosiso Is removed from the Incline nod the rail replaced, which will not bo an easy matter. The Interior Honarl mm t Natchez Democrat. No 0110 should bo better Inform ed thnu MaJ. S. A. Jonas, in re gard to the workings of tho lute rior department, with the head of which ho for a long time occupied the position of confidential secre tary. Ma Jonas says in his pa per, the Aberdeen l'xninlncr, of the 2.1th, as follows : 'Secretary Lunar will doubtless make a clean sweep of the radical incumbents In the Tenitoties and all the Western and Southwestern law oflicea and Indian agencies, and for the first timo in twenty live years these important inter est! will bo under the control of honest and capable- men. "He is golngslow in this im portant business but ho is going sure and traveling steadily, and when the heads begin to fall they will fall fast. Ho will iu this pro cedure Biuko few mistakes, and If any are made ho will speedily rectify them regardless of fiieml or foe." cussFwraisi- Piles are frequently preceded by a sense of weight on Hue buck, loin's and lower part of tho abdomen, causing tho patient to suppose ho bus sonio cffcc.tion of tho kidneys (r neighboring organs. At times symptoms of indigestion are pres ent, flatulency, uneasiness of the stomach, etc. A moisture, liko respiration, producing a very dis agreeable itching, alter getting making some cliai go iu the makc- warm, is 11 common niiemlant. ii ol tho train. n-ns are injured, mid the lunatic himself lies in the county hospital mortally wounded, with three bul lets in lii m. Sliortly before noon to day the station polirtMuu at tin YVuIiuhIi St. Louis and Pacific depot, on Polk street, received the following dispatch : Ciik.noa, II:,., May 31. 1S.S.".. J hnve an iiisauo man on my train who has pomo'nMou of one e:ir. The police t Kansas City, Jacksonville and Peoria were nil afraid to take him. P!c:i-o send ten or twelve pulicemen out on No. I, to take liini wheii wo arrive iu Chicago. They had better come In citizens' clothes. They will have to look sharp or some one will get hurt. Putnam, Conductor No.fi. No. t. which left Kansas City last night was due here at 2:M p' in. There was a dift'culty in start ing out No. 1, as diiected in the dit-pntch, and it was decided to meet the train nt the depot. Oliicer.i Casey, Pyan, Murphy, Kowaii, Walsh, Streiiiiiiing, Deeh- ney liarrett und Kceiian in uni form ; und Smith, Terry, Atnstein O'Pticn and Liughliii, in citizens' clothes, under the command of Lieut. Lough, ma le up tho Hijund, which arrived at the depot ten minutes bel'oro tie train was due. The train being delayed, 11s was siibseijueiitly learned, by ineffec tual efforts to capture the lunatic, tho police waa forced to wait more than an hour. After considerable anxious spec ulation us to the condition of things on board train No. (!. the officers were Hually anything but reinsured by a dispatch from a suburban station warning them that the maniac was Mell uruicil, and would resist desperately. A little later No. t!. uppcared, and the police, separating sons to form squads, awaited her arrival on cither side of the tracks. As the train approached, tho whistle soumled'.t number of warn ing notes iu ijuick succession. People hanging half-way out of the witid'jws wis Been gesticulating wildly to the rrowd. Peforo the train had come to n etumlHtill a number of passengers jumped to tin ground mid lied, looking bae't with liluiii licd laces. Olllccr llHi rctt was the llrnt to observe the lunatic. Urn it It was standing near the repr end of t tie smoking car. The nmd man, with leveled revolver, glared lit him from the front platform of the ear, the length of one ear distant. Pur- i'ct turned halfway around but too lute, a ball from the lunatic's rcvolvci struck him In the sido and in five minutes he was dead. uno molt at toe inunmc was enough to satisfy one that while his ammunition lasted he would not be taken alive. Seeing this, the ofiicers, after removing their wounded comrade, began a fu.si lado through the windows of the smoking car where the madman had taken refuge. After a moment or two he plunged out of the car to the plat form, fired a couple of shots into the crowd, leaped from tho train and dashed down Fourth avenue. Otllcer Langhlin started in hot pursuit and at him the lunatic lired the last shot iu his pistol, but without effect. The maniac stopped then and awaited Lnuglilin's coming with gleaming eyes and frothy mouth. They clinched, the otllcer tripped his prisoner and they both fell, the madman meanwhile healing Lnughlin unmercifully on the head with his revolver. Tho officer was in citizen's clothes, and was set upon and ter ribly pounded by an excited color ed man, who mistook the ollicer for the prisoner. The rest of tho squad arrived shortly. Tho maniac was secured ninl taken II rut to a station, then to tho hospital to have his wounds dressed. When ho realized that further resistance was useless the prison er grew calm, and said ipiiie ra tionally that his name was Louis lleiiume, that ho was thirty three years old and was on route to m home iu Detroit from Denver. The train men of No. (! tell a thrilling story of tho trip from Kansas City. When the mmi boarded the train nt that place he remarked that people were after him to lynch him, mid that if left alone he would molest no one. At Kl Paso, 111., he became vio lent and with revolver in hand ordered the train men to cease .- , ..' . ..J m.. J--- t Or, -,: ! , -..-r V..v I '. : . ... U r !.- t Cii v. 1 .-1 h :l 1 1- l.t V- V I - i .-. t , .-. i .:l ! T : . ' I . 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I'llt'tl. sprib.'.Vt'itii Ni'iul.iu ii-iitu lur (nittnir. mi'l rn'i'iti' r ri a i-iiMtlv liox nf it'iii'l-. ttliicli ill hclii lull til limrt' nmiti'V t'ijtll iMin linn iimtliiiiK rNr in tlin mi III All. nt i i . r - , -in v.H-ii i,- r. i,.,ur -M. ,r,,, i.iii i in .n iiiiii-,ii,.iis iiiiimr Ihf uinRvri Blmi llili ly nun'. At iiiiiv mlilii'-i l:il it A I ii i Allktu.-tii, M:iirf. ESTAnUSHEl) 1H6!). A. YAGER, The old mid Kellalilo P.akery, Dealer In Fsutiil.v and rmu' g n O C E It I s s . Confection rt ries, etc. FRESH BREAD"" CAKE, etc., Constantly on hand, (iimtls tlelivt retl at nil hours of the tiny. Fresh Tread delivered nl resi dences every evening. Tli.'inkit'i; my piiti-tiim and the pnhllt ,r,.,.,..,ly (,. j,,,,.; tl-tmsuft-.. I rt'-'lll'- fullv rt' inest n i''iilinii;i:ii e ul Hip tnim S. PEPPERMAN, Watchmtikcr and Jeweler, Heir tu In furiii tlic puli. lie uroreenviile ami vi tality Hint lie lint ini ret in net! from the hint wiiii s larire nml eare flllly celei-litl MtM'k of Diamonds. Watches, Clocks, JEWELRY. Sihcr and Tinted ),re nml vnrieus nrliti-i f?C!TAI;Li; FOR PRESENTS. Iltmmr iMin leweil t)-s pwxU at re- H!.'tireH. I etui sell tlietn nt 3 J ' A Public Journal. Ktahliskcd in JSCS. The especial advocate UK THE i,i:vi:i: kvstkm, Al 1IIK Interest of the lissii Lsvgg Sislricl, Coinpritjhi the Counties of XVaIiiiiK((ii, EStilivar.l Issaquena and Sharkey, AND Of . i 11 KVZS VI 1,1.. 12 The District Capitol. GENERAL IlERCII ANDISx,, ' WuUtr:U.:i .henuc. Grct iwille. ' On, FALL STO. K. rii!!! Irom the 1,-ru matLcts, is nrnur-i d.nlv, aud comprises a t1'1 i'"e l,t DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, DootsandShocsMahandCapsJrnnMaliscs, CLOTHING. PROVISIOIV'S. Plantation Supplies, Bagging, Tics and Twins, which we are offering at Rock Bottom Trices. :o: We are fole 3Sp!'U for Washington county for II AIiI?4 aiiJ for the SOtTEIERX STAXBABD (oltcu Press. rKLENVILLE. i m m m w m . . 5 W ('iininiuiiieations of local interest throughout the Delta solicited. Purticuittrly npon iinproveinents n nil diversilleation of Farm mid Product". Upon l!oinl innkiiii;. Fences ami itl things calculated to develop the resources ninl to pioilucc prosper- it v i.i tl'iit section of tho State. Jir Stories of fiction, iiiul poetiea contributions always declined. ALL MANMiB OF Job Work. DONE NEATLY Cheaply and Expeditiously. If you have goods to sell APVEKTISE IX The Greenville Times r To bieh t ileiire to call the attention of 11 interested. Ttil Pres liu t great insn v atlmiitiiffes over a!! other uiukes. principally the price, 1 1 0 Complete. I an W owrtiteilhv steam or horse power; is very simple in constnietron. ml clivl:ue eiiiiilerii'l.le linnet earv labor. In ortler to tfive a practical llluitratloii of Ii working e are nuw having one ereiteil on our Wildttooil plantation, s Kht.rt disianee from town, where we will be pleawtl to explain all that 14 claimed fur it. 1'reKS tiCAiuNTCnn, and tinlea. It proven satisfactory money will be refunded. Aleuts for Washington, Bolivar. Issaipicna and Sunflower counties. 11. & N. WILCZINSKI. LOOK ! LOOEi ! ! LOOK ! ! ! Xext Door to Weiss Goldstein's. J. MARSEILLES, Dealkb is Genera! Hardware, Qussnsware, Tinware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, duns P'stols, Kazor and Rnzor Strnps Scissors mid Hlienrs, Croi-kcry and Olasswyre, Lumps and Chamle'iers of nil kinds. Wooden and Willow-ware of nil descriptions, Puints Oils und Varnish. Lime and Cement of best of best qualities always kept on band. A Full Lino of Brlnley's, Avery's, Calhoun's and other Plows and Gearings for sumo, nt very reasonable figures. A well assorted stock of Wagon Ilaterials. B 3oi'S. Sash and Blinds at Fartoty Priee. Special Utirjfuiua given on Heating and Cooking Stoves. Country Orders Promptly Attended To. Give us a call before Purehasliinu; elsewhere Ronjlng, Guttering and Repairing of' all kinds in our line done to order at Exlraordinury Loir AIIw AVOR1C WAlUJAiTVTKn. THEODORE POH! MVUIERUY STHF.FT, . GItF.KS VILI.E, MIKS Wlnilwt nml IX.iiin.'tili i'ln FOHEIGN AMD DOMESTIC LIQUORS Wine, Porter, Ale, Cigars and Tobacco, I rnll e.p!ei!il to my well selected ftoek of Old Kentucky Bourbon Vhisky Chewing and Smoking Tobacco sou: AtiEXT ron CHRISTIAN MOSBUSN Screwing Co. Cincinnati, Ohio. . G RE MXVILLE HOTEL GUEEKVILLE, MISS. Convenient to Steamboat Landing and Hail- road Depot. iii.... t i The best attention jnven to quests, nml the table supplied with the bosUhw aiiorcls. Kates Reasonable. iw havo no authorized agent in any branch of my business. ' JAS. E. jr.. BANK HENKY T. IKKYS If you havo goods to buy, read tho advertisements iu lis Greenvsllo Times Mind, bleeding and itching piies yield nt once to the application of Dr. Posanko's Pile liemedy, w hieh acts directly upon the parts affect ed, absorbing tho tumor?, iiilavini' the intense Itching, and eflectinga a permanent cure. IViec fHl cents. i ho passengers ail ieft the chair car, which the inndnmii made bis head. t!u-f eis, and were locked into the others. 'n cm dnrid t.i iV i'i'ou'i ('.- luualic, and alter ho had exchang ed VI" ill Klltili u-illi tin. ..It,- ... ... Addrees, Tlic liosanko Medicine ! shall he firdcicd the tmij ,'i piy. C'o., Pitpia, O. Bold bj, A. P.. Pin. coed, ami from there to Cliicn"o lay Co. .,pri ur() ) v I wiu WiU ,u. ly .1W l(i,ve,j' lint', kill f- tr ...... . . ' ....in ... . luji.i-ieiil I.iih Kl! tli.m Hiev Hi79 ever fceen :eli in SrsjavUlo. ' l'leiine hear ill mini! Dint t),i. t. ti... Willie fid nml ri-ll.'iHe .lewelrr lloiHe ii.)M.MIe i;.-e.-r,v;i!,- If.-tH. tlist'ha he,., ill lilts ItiH it turn nniiilier nf yeiir 'ui, in nut eli.'inp'il Ii:um;h. In Kr.P.MUIXt line wiil.-lie.4 f rr.n w.a. iii...i. i.-fcwid.,i;af ''?'"? !.-tity-ttvejv-iT. i-rii.Tien. .- nf I'lu Ittiiie, mv.-iif. nml einpiuviii unh the m. it i-kiillnl tturkiiieii. :t!l il ittv Mlutf :unt pri.-r i. iv iu i e .so 'i i;ti m.v; to miow. I.eKprt'lftitlv. ti t. ii-tr m ititijim you have icants ADVERTISE IX Tls3 Greenville Times ADDKKSS T-SfflES, Greenville, Mississippi. OF NEGUS, IlifiYS & CO. Transact a Ocucral Banking and Financial Business. Collections and Correspondence Promptly Attended to Exchange B ought and Sold. o. Union. Motional Bank, Xew Orleans, La. Mercantile National Bank of Mew York. Mechanics Bank of St. Louis, Mo. A. B. F1NLAY & CO., DEALERS I DRUGS AND MEDICINES Perfumery, Toilat Soatjs. Pait on. . 1YES, GLASS, S'c, Onion sets, and Garden Grass and I' lower seeds of nil 1n. ----- .... v.'ivi i jruuilS, O.Hier Wi'Mniiion Avium: uila Mull-rrv Stt-tts, Companies Represented- Liverpool aril London end tilol d'.S. Branth) Surpltu New Orlfsns lr.jursuiw Assist ion (Miss. Depart intutj iVk Knrtt.rs ami 'i ratt-rs, -New Orleans ' II .nun. New irk .'.'.'." J i. t iitv, liarili'.- l. on Iluuuver, New Vork "' W e-teni, Toronto, Canada (ienr,Jia llunie. ( oluiiilui.', ua I re -i tut. New Orleans, 1.3 "' The sIiovh companies are known for their ability and riui,-i ........ n t.. i.., ... . . uic ... niw. ..i.-?u.rt wuu iueir aenti. hold Furniture and other verishalUpt, ALSO Country Stores, Gin Houses, Machinery J Eipilttihle Life Assurance Society of the United States, Xes y, , The EipiitabU has been renowned for many yearn for iu i,, , dealing with insurers. .o company stands ou firmer hiih 1 reliabilitv. We are also airenta for the ' m' Travelers Act'ldent Insurance Couipany. Hartford, Connecticut Oflice on Mulberry street, iu the Fiulay Drng StoJ NOTICE. We have thU day admitted W. A. EVEKMAN, lute of Grra J partner in our nusinesn. t'EOrtfJK JIEJ IKTAISTilSIIED 18C2 GEORGE ARNOLD 4 0 Wholesale Groc ) COTTON FACTOR AND GENERAL COMMISSION K S7S Front Mret'l, Jlemplils, TnJ IV. will (Iv, cnr.li.1 .tlpntlon lo tl.e i.uri'huM an.l ..I. of Im. line, .nd will ...aknliWral .tlv.ncc. ut. Cotton or other Assifirnmeii For Low, Price! Go to tho Old Reliable Hard H. E. WETHERBEE -Denier in- Hardware, Quecnsware, Glass and Table and Pocket Cutlery of Best Mi Cooking aud Heating Stoves of all rSoi'tmveistr'rii lltirh Ilojr "Wiri J 1 PistolH, Gnu IiuilciiicutR, Wads, Shells, hihI every variety biiHh, Doors und l!lind. Window GIhm any mi Gas uiidSicaiii Fitting. UeltiiiR und I'lickinK of cveryd OiIh, PaintH, Vuniishcs, Dryers and Colors of the best bra Manilla and Sisal Rope of( Lime, Cement, Eire Brick and Tile, WnROu Material, Tlows, Plow Geiir, HarmM gucuiiurat iiiiiucinctits und riaiitation Goods all kinV bole a'oiit for Hazard Powder Company, nd keep f band iu Magazine a large supidy of Kille, DuckwdK Powder, at St. liOtiis prices. I All Order Proraptljr, Filled t LOWEST MarittM GREENVILLE OIL WOK W, & W. II. Stead, Ld. Prop's GEQ. E. 3ILLINGSLEY, - - MAMCrACTI'MKM OK riiilc ;ini! Refined t'odon K Oil Cake, Meal, Fertilizers, ( Also pay Highest Cash Price for Cotton delivered at ill C 1 1I uvme, tJEoiieviiie. or KEFTJGE SALOO Billiard Tables New and in perfeotorij Lemp's Keg and Bottled I AT WIIOI.ESALK AND UKTAIL. ICE None but the BEST LIQUORS KEPT. ICE Fresh Sfii Always lV'.V isS-rV'f' tar' t have no nuthorl.cU brciU In any branch of my busine. 1 win IbW.