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'. To The Greenville Times:
A writei filing lumnfir '-Ci vi ' EfslrTiatiB of ITiattfller Pbrtp. Ttf Ka!;ri).iJ tctaaiion. (hlV and ihr isf of I.a'a.ioB (Srciul to the Natchez De morrai.) J.u K . Ai'i- lMll, 1'. 8 4TTJHDAY, AUGUST 21, ISS8. i ")"". , The riillrnml commission li.ive jml.Ulie.l uu urti. lf in the lt j , , he ottU,t of ie VicUluirg iue ot 'lie Jiia ,u j & Meridian lUiisoinl Company to which I ouM like to cull ).,.,, 0II 0cl. an.l llioae of tiou ii your I'uper ns ni ;,. i,,;...,;, f..,,t,.,i ,,,, the 30th ; thr..nib H. chosen organ. . , . --...ider the revision a.ul u 10 ee GarrovH, Mm.. Aug. K 1-. Tm the m em (! of the bir ef Ihe Fourth IiUtrict: Gf.STLKMEX I deeiro to Mate to you that I eha.l tender my re igtmtlou as Chancellor of your IJistrict. to take effect on the fiit day of October neil. I have for mhile post contem plated returning to the practice in the coaret or a year or more from this time, but my present ao tiou bus beeu iiexpectrdly liuat- rned, and I addresa you at once that yon mar have full time lit which to present to the Governor a suitable mecessor. I sever my official relations with you with great reluctance and re cret, and with earnest and grate ful feeliuirs, acknowledge the uni form cordiality and respect shown to me, personally and officially, daring the nearly nine years in which I hare presided in the court; and I sincerely hope that I may be able to preserve tlio eume friendly prrsoual relations h the future, in renewed associations at the bar and elsewhere. 1 am, with respect, youre truly, V. 0. Phelps. Ii wilt be scon from tho above communication of the linn. W. 0. Phelps, that he has determined to resign his office as Chancellor of this District. The lots of a than cellor of his acknowledged ability, experience and strict judicial in tegiity, ia hard to be supplied. Learned In the law, Impartial In bis character mid of a line di eliminating mind, It has always beeu hia effort to make his ilecls ions respond to the demands of equity and justice. His nine years on the bench have been marked by the promptness with which he has at all times been on hand to fulfill the duties required of hitn by v virtue of his office. Time and ex perience has, from year to year, only made bint the better Judge and his resignation will not only be a matter of regret throughout the District, but leave a vacancy hard to be filled as well by anoth er as it has been by him. Wlmt ever the cnusra which have indue ed Juilgo Phelps to resign we join with all his friends and admirers in tho expression of regret that he khoiild huve decided upon thU course. A New Departure. In IK?."; tliurn wna Inner-led In the Nebraska 8tate CouHtitution n provision thut ut the general declioii Immediately preceding the expiration of the term of a United States Benulnr froji that Btnto the electors shall, by ballot, express their preference for some person for tho office of United Mates Senator. No action has beeu takeu on this process up to the iireeent time. Senator Van Wjrvk, who Is candidate for re election, has been asked to appeal to the people for their expression iL-sfereiice under tills proviso. and he hag-. .rdingly issued n manifesto. This will bo tho first iuslauce of a direct vote of the people for United States Senator, and It ia supposed that the choico thus made will be binding as a matter of honor on the Legisla ture. F.xcbunge. The Democratic Convention of the Sixth District iiomlniitod Col. T. It. Etockdulo fur Congress The contest was close, Stockdalu beating Van Eaton by a fraction 20-33. The Van E.iton men claim thut tt took seventeen votes to nominate, thirty -two members PMnnr sins the Convent on. ami a -TV .... imwfinty being required to noun iiuteTxhe rote in the Convention stood Stockdale 10 13 33; Van Katon 15 20 33. This Is drawing the thing flue. Commercial Herald. FiiHt we must uutit it texture. The latt turu of the whet-i leaves it m th! shape: That it is not au attack upon Mr. Archer, but a rebuke to the liuard of Supervisors for taxing the peo ple and misapplying the revenue. Then we get hold of a thread of compliments, "Mr. Archer is very liberal, of a broad conception, an excellent gentleman und a good official." 1 would make u bow, but am checked by a thread, twist ed in with these compliments, that neutralizes them. He says that "the office of Superintendent is a sinecure, (i. e. an office with pay and no work) judging by the in cumbent." lit a question, he charges me with not visiting the schools. He declares the system to have made no progress. He charges the Su periiitfiidtjiit with not uttending legularly at the Court Ilonac to hia officinl duties. He says the people regard the office us a rc wuid tendered the Superintendent for political services, und that as a luiuialer, he hus no business to be trusted with so responsible uu office, liesidea he broadly inli mates that there are lawyers and professors, who would like to have the position, who are every way qualilled. Putting detached sentenches to gether, he says in substances "Archer ought not to have $H0(). but somebody else ought to be paid I13U0. The Hoard is rebuked for giving Archer trt(K), but would be worthy of praise if they paid sniucpody else 1300. It is a bur den to the people lo m.y Archer fSOO, hut they (the people) would be delighted t pay somebody else $1500.'' Now, Mr. Editor, this is an offi ciul attack ou me, lo say the least, and If maintained is more Injurious than u personal one. Ci via would spit on me publicly and wipe it off privately with the rag of acoinpli ineut. The article is born of iguu ranee or prejudice or both and baptized with tho mime Pro lloiio Publico, Ho is cleurly ignorant of tho work done and of tho law and cannot conceal hia prejudice with the veil of declared personal likes The wotk of the. Superintendent heretofore has been regularly and faithfully performed according to law and was but poorly paid nt (1(10. I submit to Impartial Judges tor we lire nil liablo to leniency in estimating ourselves. Under Ihe new law, the duties are more than doubled, and the Hoard after care fully examining the law deemed It proper to pay what the Legiidature saw fit to allow. Astothc"luHlnn:ition"ihat I have received this small Iced of outs tin a political "hack," it merits and will receive the scorn of every true and honest man. Vuhlngtnn county owes mo no such debt. It is a slander upon her good people lo say that "they think so." As to Ihe insinuation that the ministry Is unworthy tho respon sible trust of education, fifteen hundred years of fact flatly con tradict that. They kept the torch lighted during tho dark ages, und from Luther's day till now, have borne a conspicuous port lu the world's intellectunl progress. To you, my friend Chin, 1 hiivo to say that you aro late preferring your charges. Ten long ye.irs you have seen the public imposed on without n remonstrance. Uut better late than never so take ofl'ynur musk and like a man prove cool vour words. If they are true 1 ought to be impenohud anil deposed, and the Hoards of Super visors made to refund the misap propriated funds. If untrue you hove outraged the county's trust reduction of their tariff on freights. This action is based upon ii tuner o is complaints tiled with the com munion, from parties ou the lines of these roads. These complaint arise from the fa. t thut in euoeu where rebates and special rates have heretofore been given by the roads, they have withdrawn the same and adopted the maximum rates fixed by tho commission. they being prohibited by law from making discriminations. The comiuisMon has issued an order requiting the tiillf & Ship Inland Kailto.nl Company to file their bond for the lease of Ihe pen itentiary on or before the JJOth of October next, or forfeit their right to the letue. The attorney gener al is directed to havt the contract for said lease prepared by the 20th iust. 1 Dot tor tsrs Lead Pills. Picayune Special Learned, .Miss., Ang III. A ter rible tragedy wna enacted at Ca yuga ou Saturday night, resulting in thu death of Den Johnson and VV. C. Finley, both whites, ut the hands of Dr. Walton Lester. The particulars us far as known are: Dr. Lester was en his way to seo a patient, and while passing John son's house he was hailed by that gentleman, who Hpprouched with drawn pistol, remurklng at the sumo limn iiuii ne proposed to kill him. Lester said : I have no difficulty to settle with you, but Johnson continued to advance. Lester then took refuge behind hi horse, when W. C. Finley ap prouched from around the head of the horse, and with a knlfo cut Letter twice, once in tiie breast und ;:v'.!icsrm. Lester open ed'itVfHud killed Finley after the fourth shot, then dropped his pis tol and secured another, with which ho killed Johnson uftcr firing three ehots. Lester waa tried this morning and discharged. Johnson ut one time run as postal agent ou the Morgan lioiul, but I was generally regarded as a dan gerous man. Glilng the lase Away. S. Y. Evening PosU A Washington dispatch to a Re publican orgmi suys that "the Southern licptihlicuns uro bestir ring thcniRelvea us they have not done before in eight years, and they me making tho Democrats feel that tho South can be kept solid only by vigilauce." This docs not look much liko Ihe "rcigu of political terror In the South," which used to bo threatened us suru lo eoiuo In case the Demo- j lor--t !).. ru.'.ija. (Times Democrat.) For some d.iy past, the papers have been tilled with account of ; the awful ravage of the forest fires J in Wisconsin and Michigan. Asaj j matter of fact, while the fire have beeu worst in thee States, they have not been confined to them, for New Hampshire has tared ss badly, and other portions of the conutry have su&Vred very severe ly from tliesa disasters. Hut they have been worst in Wisconsin, Minnesota ami the two peninsula of Michigan, have de slroyed thousands of acres of for est upon the headwaters of the Chippewa and the Meuotnenee, and around Lake Superior. It is feared that the losses are even more severe than first reported, and thut several thousand tqmir mile of timber ii considerable portion of the valuable supply of the North has been burned. Aside from the injury and dam age done, the villages burned and families left homeless and impov erished, these tins have wrought serious injury to the w hole conn try, more particularly to the Northern portion, by destroying the chief source of their timber supply, for the bnrnod district in elude the finest white pine in the world. It is destroyed fcr j ears to come; not only ruined for tnu ber, but agriculturally, for the fire destroys the soil which produces the forests, and turns hinds nntn rally ot great value into worthless deserts. For year past Michigan has been suffering from these dis asters, and millions of dollars of property have disappeared in con sequence in smoke. It ia admitted that tho timber supply of that Stnte will last for but a few years longer at best; it must give on much Booncr than ex)e"F'in view of these wholesale and un expected destruction of wood lauds. The United States, nt least the Northern portion, is but thinly wooded and certainly some pre caution are needed to prevent further destruction of its forests, it is fortunate for the country thut tho Honth is so well wooded. Hut for this a lumber famine would be inevitable in the early future. tlfC&tk t'OltOD. roT. a. I., .W- II. G RKLS VILLK TlJIKd : I am sojo'irniiig i;i this most tanlurfd Property to be ltetnmcd to the Owners. rats should control administration. The new fifth lovee district bus an exposed front of 213 miles nnd ,u,d buvo tried to in tra State Engineers estimnto that it will require 2,505,000 cubic yards of embankment to put the district ia a safe condition. In this estimate the much needed repair la not included. The Salem or Illuwara Levee iu this pariah alone will re quire 270,000 cubio yards. It wtll lie nearly three mile long and eleven feet high. Euaf, Carroll lknacr. Tile result of the elections of this year have given the lie direct to all weak kneed supporters of the administration and to all spoila hunting opponents who swore that the Democratic party had gone all to pieces because ef ho tility to civil service reform Jadging from results the adminis tration has the confidence of the people. Avalanche. The Prcsliytcry of Augusta, Ga., Inive found Dr. TVoodrow "not gniltj" of heresy. The Doctor had been teaching Darwin's Iheo rv of evolution, that iiihii was not lure me without provocation. At least, presout your qualified candi date for tho office and I'll be foto most in the effort to put him in, and will cheerfully sanction 11500 salary for him. My honest and unflagging endeavor has been, and will be for the Interest of Washington county and her peo ple. And when 1 cannot lend hand, I'll not stand iu the way of any strong arm that will. S. Akchkr, We have received the first nnm bers of the Mobile (Ala.) Morning Telegram ; and judging from the liberal patronage it starts out with, is bound to be a success. ia neatly printed, ably edited nnd give promise of taking rank with the best dailies of the country. the Federal The disastrous season thut the farmers of Dakota aro passing through causes many of them to look Southward wistfully, if they wero familliur with our pasturage and hay resources, and had any conception of our genial climate and it adaptability to summer outdoor work for tho white race they would bo flocking to Missis sippi by thousands. They uro leaving, however, and the many pioneer fat mors who linyo moved South in the last two years, are sounding tho praises of our conn try fi.r nnd wide. Aberdeen Ex ii miner. The worms aro on tho Increase and are seen in till the stages of their destructive existence, but a vigorous w ar is being made upon them with Paris Green. Planters generally are united in tho belief thut a vigorous application of tho poisonous liquid will prevent the worms from doing miiv serious damage; thus the outlook is much more cheerful than it was sonic four weeks ago, and thu cotton yield will be greater than it was ut that time estimated. East Carroll Banner. M. Pasteur seems to have been tolerably successful in bis treat ment tif hydrophobia case not withstanding tho repous to the ooutiary. Up to July M he had an imtiifdiat" net of creation hut 1 treated 1,420 persons of nil these nis a dcielopmrnt from inferii-r t !((-, N. O. .Stale. i doge, and liHtl iJi (1 bitten by olily four President Cleveland's memoran dum on the unsigned Morrison resolution to apply the treasury surplus to the payment of the pub lic debt is : "It Is not approved be cause I am by no means satisfied its mere passage and approval at this time might not embarrass and endanger the successful and use ful operation of tho treasury de partment nnd impair confidence in the management of the filiate ces." Tho compositors of the New York World, with their families, were given an excureioli up the Hudson river on Sunday, and during tho trip a letter was read from Mr. PuliUer, proprietor of Unit journal, voluutaiily increas ing the rates paid in tho World composing; room to 4S cents per 10(H) ems, which is 2 cents per It UK) more than tho rcguUr union rate. Exchange. Washington, August 17. Some time ago Acting Secretary I'air- child Instructed Mr. Krites, chief ot tho division of abandoned prop erty, to carry Into effect tho pro visions of tho act of ConureBS nil thorUiug tho Secretary of the Treasury to deliver to tho rightful owners certain articles of jewelry, etc., captured by the United Stutes army during the civil war and de posited in the Treasury Depart nient. Mr. Kntes has accordingly prepared rules and regulation which will govern the restoration of all such articles, nnd has just concluded an examination of the urticles on denoBit. lhey are contained iu two boxos, nnd con sist of silverware, jewelry, por traits, watches, etc. Ono of the boxes contuiucd nearly 500 w atch es, golil, silver nun. urass, ami a number of jack knives, pocket books, letters, etc. These were mainly taken from prisoners of war, who died in hospitals nrouiid Washington, Capo Lookout and ElinitH, and wero deposited iu the treasury by Gen. Kitchein. The other box contained a lot of arti cles captured by Gen. Slisriiuu's troops in Cuuulen, S. C, iu the early part of 1805. They consist of family plate, jewelry, etc., which had been deposited In a bank at Camden by Mr. Meliae nnd other wealthy residents of that section. Au inventory has been made, and it is thought tho articles can only be identified by their owners. They will be restored on applica tion, accompanied by satisfactory evideuco of ownership, Tho two boxes referred to contain all prop erty of the character described now in tho United States Treasu ry except possibly the presenta tion swords belonging to Gen. Twiggs and captured ty Gen But ler iu New Orleans. It Is an un settled question as yet whether these swords can be restored un der tho act referred to above. All the other articles mentioned which have not been restored by April next will be advertised, and such as shall sti'l remain in the Treasu ry for one year from that time will be sold at public auction. Beit the Kcrord. Syuacvsk, N. Y., Ang. 17. The Holsteiu cow "Clothildo" closed her6 year-old record to night. She has given during that time a little more than twenty-six thousand pounds of milk, or about seventy pounds a day. The highest pre vious record was 23,775 pounds, mado three years ago by the cow '"Echo," owned in Attica. N. Y. lelfghtful and fashionable resort. enjoying the cool and iiigorating breeze from the Atlantic, and see ing the wealth, fashion and btm'y of Newport. Here are to be seen the finest vilas surrounded by beautiful green lawns, decorated with the choicest plants and flow ers. The drive are the finest in the world and upon them arc to be seou the handsomest equipige that can be found anywhere. Here wealth and beauty gather from every land, making Newport the mof t fashionable, us well 03 most delightful summer resort iu the world. I have met many lar'e cotton manufacturers here who bi.ught cotton from Greenville last sea aon. All pronounce the spuming qualities of Greenville cotton su perior to any they have ever used, and all express a desire to nse it largely hereafter. Many of the cotton manufacturers are chang ing the machinery in their mills to spin only long staple cotton; and the demand for long staple, cotton will become greater every year. So that it will be to the interest of the planter in the Delta to in crease the cultivation of long eta pie cotton. Another most impor tant matter for our planters to look after, Lj to exorcise greater care in picking, handling, cleaning and ginning their cotton. Mills are discarding the nse of low cot tons and buying only the finer grades. Let our planters all use cleaners in their gins and the dif ference iu the price between the low and finer grades of cotton wil pay them. I hiflnnf Cj so many yurus-rmiiH not ton stunners New fciiK..,iiu "Tr " 'I "JrtrnfiHIl derful resources of tho Mississip pi Delta and of the superior spin ning qualities of Greenville cotton that some of them begin to think that my spinning qualities are ul most equal to those of the Green ville cotton. Severul large spinner and cap italists expect to visit Greenville late in the season to Bee the Delta and to make Investments, should they find the resources of the Delta to be one half as great as I have reported them. There i.t a strong kindly feeling towards the South among the better class here, and all now look upon the South as the coming country. I am indebted for many curie ales shown mo by the people in New England; especially to that princo of good fellows, Mr. A. W. Dennis, one of the lending c t.'on brokers of Providence, f lmvo been honored with frequent invi tations to clambakes, yachting, excursions, Ac, nil or which l lull it to be my duty to accept In order to uphold tho digni ty of the Greenville colton mar ket. Greenville has a grand future before her, and our people have but to use the opportunity wisely to make her one of the largest in terior cotton markets and business cities in the South. , SmwEtt Buyer. UNIVERSITY cf KI3SISSIPPI Wi'i oj'.-u i:s u 'xt scusiou .At Oxlrl ou Th t'nherity U t s!f rt--iei-is in exieltwit romiiliou. TlieMiliceol I limi-i-i-lorhavin b-J volafiiarilr n-jiirnetl ! ...- :n. si. irt. I'rnf. K. Ma-.M tnn- (joraril V chairman of the Faculty. Adili f ii ll.iire. of Virginia, is I'ruf. u( Gtvfl; J. J. Wheat in t"r'f. Metahyic; lr. A. J. Quinchc i Vtuf. t l-ati'i : Uen.C. V . -ar is prof, ot Mathematics: Jno. 1.. Juhuon, U l'ruf. of Kusrtish Ijitiftuaae and Literature; 3 tiiltun i rroi. oi I'hK-- ai.it Astronomy ; lr. Geo. Lit tle' is Prof, of Natural History ; C. W . Hutson is I'rof. of Modern Language; hdw&nl S! a vers ia ITot. of Ijiw ; I., 't Kitzhiisjh i" I'rof. and rrir-.rit of the lliuh School ; WuodTilt Latham ia l"rof. of Uiemi.trv ; Mi-mi Sallie Mcli. Ixim i liutructur tit KU-c-ution ; 1.' J. I-arkin, Tutor. , , Tuition Instill free and every induce ment is ottered to students male and female to tome her. Apply for CafitloKues or Information to anv of the ollicers. I! KM 1'Rli.K, Awr 7.1 Seertlary. !We Take the ham The Old Reliable i Weiss & Goldstein. Self-Tramping Cotton Presses fosJt 4 v j m -V 1 Flrl Pi'Oiuiuin al N. U. Exposition. Comelrte Self-Kiiminrtintf. KUy M IMl Rupc Power 1150. Screw towtr 1250 llireoM-ludr Mm lnbrtn4-nj oilw. fir.-. Gin House King Engines. yirst Pi-mnliim al X Orlr.ui Kxnsltl"B. Ill Bit an! Cbiiptit ritgln Hi Mara t Portable or Detached Knulnes and Machinery of all kinds and sizes. Host quality and loweet prices, for itriillv eiri-nl irn aitilrrM Paooaiss MANorACTORiNO Co., marW-Hm Nerldlnn. Nina, To Oar Many Patons: Our stock of SPEING and SUMMl. Goods is complete, and wo would ask vou examine it before making purchases e! where. It comprises DttKSS GOODS, . j WHITE QOOD Every sort of Laces; Embroideries, Swiss and Hamburg. j Ladies and Childrens Ho Iiwlie liil and Hilk Oloven. j .Latest style Buttoi Damask Towels and Toweling1 PARASOLS, RIBBONS,. FAKS Jefiefsron College. Session of 1SS5-7 Optts Oth Sept. Iiutractorl-I I. RAYMOND, JS. MeClUnC, Jr.. In M. C. HARPER, KiikIIsIi rluMlcaland Nclentltti-Courses. I'repares Young Meii for Business, Collude or L'ulversity. Conducted under Christian auiibes and Influences, but Btrtetly ko.n-sm u Kits. Instruction practical, thorough and proKrewdve. L)iBclllne parental and mild, but prompt and tlriu. Location healthy ; Grounds extensive and handsomely adorned with trees; ilulidliiKS large, commodious aud thor oughly equipped. Hoard, Including Tuition, furnished Rooms, Washing and Lights, only $HiO per session of tell month. Tuition free to sons of Christian Min isters. Kreo transportation from Natchex or rnilroad crossing when entering school. For Catalogue giving full Information, address the principal, J. S. RAYMOND, Washington, Adams Co., Miss. juipi Sprclat Inducements lo I,illio.id Mm You need a good watch and In good repair. Try S- Peppennan. IU litis plenty of experience to do pood work, and will sell at clusirs.uniiii We aro imteliteil tu Senator Vjilison, nf lioninmiin, for n pony "f ! hia atilu aitpof-h mi the inmrnvn. i nient or the MiHHix8iiii river, de- M-ntciier-d lo dentli, rhiI lie jnes to liveiod in the U. B. Senate. the penitentiary for 15 Jems. The tiiul of the Amircliin's in Chit-ago ended jesterdiiy, nml tli jury hrmtj'lit in n verdict of puiltj-. All bill una, Aeebe, li.no liocn AK.I K SHOT. Wusliingtou, Angnst 13. Gen Clirintopher C- Angnr (retired), United States army, was shot four times ationt 1 o'clock this morning at his reeidencu by n negro named William Tone. His wounds will not prove serious, nltboucb be may be eonllned to his limine for some time. To-day lie was resting quietly. Tope was standing iu front of tlie General's house, wlien lie opened the door nnd ordered him to movo away. Tlie only re spouse he received wns volley of profanity and curses. This wan more than the Geneinl could Bland, and armed with light cane he rushed npon the mini nnd struck Pope over the head As he did so the negro drew t pibtol and fired. The hall struck Gen. Augur iu the right leg abort the knee, and with a cry hn sing gored buck. I'u fore he uonld re cover himself Pope fired apain, aud the hall entered the rtylit leg. Two other shots followed, one of which struck the General in the left leg nnd the other iu the side. The negro who fired the shots is a notorious character, who has ul ready served a term in the peni tentiary. He has boen arrested. A Captda's I'crtunata Eisco7jr7. Capl. Coh tuna, si hr. Wrj iuoiilli. ply ing between Atlantic City nnd X. V., had been troubled Willi a rough eo that he was unable to sleep, and was Induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. It not only gave him In stant relief, tint alhyed the extreme soreness In his breaM. Ills children wero similarly atl'cctdd and a single dose had the name happy effect. Dr. King's New Discovery is How the tamlurd remedy In the Coleman household and on board the schooner. Free Trial Bottles of this Standnnl Remedy at A. U. Fmlay Co.'s Dreg ;tore. A claim ia to be made by the mother and widow of Hassnres for 1100,01)0 damages. Guv. Ireland is expected to indorse the justice oft!' el-iiin, s H-inres wns n r-'tizen or Texas; and tho claim will thpii be served on the fceoro tnry of State Petition for Liquor Lkeuaa l'o the llmmmMf BurilofSiiitfM-vl.nrsunVufch' ntl.nt VMiintv, MiN.i4pinii. The uiHliv-.ij(m-it i-lili-ni, nii-i UtuA voter ot liL-lili-t No il iTrecituliy ixMniuii juut- hontirte ble bud) tu grunt Ut M. KOKRXIIl:(IM IIi'fii.9 In .ell rinou. ttni xi'tritnti-, lliinur In mi.tmilY mini 'Hit it:in..ii m ini. tiort- Imii-t :il VV . Hi-nil' liLti1 !i Dili. (-.niMh . mm wv run rra'ninif ml lulil M n..? nlirrif. who 1. a rv-l ilrnl nt Ihiff tiounty, In tic ui' K'ui't rriiiltsti.iii tilul a (loinr nml uitnui crnn to m-rtvu ntu-ti tr (-iikvi anil we tt ulliit vvvr lit.iv Jtc . Join, rnr llrlu v lown - M Kin Ilril smi'" Owur Hurl W H II.iiIk-i Ii ll-iwiinl W.luhn-U' C l II Jim," II Humes J M lilt vrnii .1 Hrm v , II ( li.-.n W V Urariir ii l u iln II I n mi- Th, Vr.v t 4;.hii.m I. 1jV T Uutur (1 .Hi.k'ii. 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Our Star Slioe Store is alivaj3 vp lo seasons, where can ue jou Hand and Custom-made Shoes of all Zfad-J ing manufactures. Where also can be h CientH. Iloym nnd Childrens HATS. UMBRELLAS OF ALL KINDS. We are sole agents for tho Celebrated " BULL DOQ DR1THE. Patent Pockets nud Seams. Our Stock of aKOnKRTK is full as ever, and prices with the 'lowest, j Liberal Union Mais n Consignments of BI GREENVILLE. JC LYNE STAULIK0. J. D. SUIT STARLIN& & SMIT Cotton Tactobs And Dealers in General Merchandise MIS T McCUTCHETsT M30 VICKSBURG, MISS., II . COTTON FACTOES and Gi. J gents for tlie celebra Eagle Cotton U Feeders and Condense! 4 We keep a full itod . t'hand. Write for Circulars. I City Livery Stables,! ITEAD & IITJKT, Proprietor! Washington Avenue, Greenville, Miss., ' Horses and Mul BOUGHT AND SOLD A- Iventiicky FINE Saddle and Harness Hf AhvajN lr Ilire'S Teams, with careful drivers, sent to allpr' of the country at, Moderate Prices. J'n's . i hookey Glub alooni The old reliable Hexter Bro.'a sta: 'NOW OWM5D 11 Y I HENRY DRY FUSE t C( le still run rl fity( v an ana seo n. dr! in M-:;!