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SATVBDAY. FEB. 36, 1887. fcturaitff fipiilM OSfUl Bonds. 0!atreni 1'iTf t I.fota. An extensive mve occurred at Tie IUw tUrior Bill. This measure. Important above, all others to this District, passed the Senate- Monday. Coming be fore the House on Wednesday, Mr. Willie, Chairman of tlie Eiver and Harbor Committee, failed in Irvine- to cet immediate consider- lion tor it. While this we to bare been expected it eeeme by the epeciele to the ruer dailies to have eaaeed discouragement veil nigh amounting to despair. The appiebeusious expressed bat confirm tbe fears which we have ottered id oar but two issues. H1TEK WORKS. Oar town authorities have de cided to enter into au earnest and thorough investigation of the va rioua town water works systems, and forms of contract with each cotupauies. There will be no hasty action and no decision will be formed until all plans and all ap plications are carefully consid ered. There should bo full cor respondence with other towns 'who have experience, such as Aberdeen, Columbus and Merid ian, noted for wise and successful municipal management ; aud with Natchez where active steps are being takeu for similar purposes. The decision of our authoritiea li tardy ; but none the less wise. It is arrived at after some years of costly experience; which has proved to all thut a lire depart ment without adequate provision for water supply is a vain thing, inudeed a delusion and a snare. The instruction which we have de rived on the subject is not singular. Greenville is only one of a mul titude of towus which have aspi red to the glory and station of owning a fire department; and blinded by youthful exnberauce have regarded the purchase of a fire engine as its attainment. Mardi eras. The Mardi Qraa display and pa rades lu which Sew Oilcans sur passes all cities of the world, was considerably marred by bad wea ther. The subject of the floats in the Proteus procession, the chief feature of the Mardi Gras, was the tales of Hans Christian Au deraon. As usual the crowd lu attendance was "larger thau auy previous year." Oar people are not so hoggish about a few niggers as those of the sedge grass rouuties appear to be. A few days ago a man from a hill county came to Major Helm's Bogue Falaja place aud took tome of his hands back to the pinching poverty of the pines. Major Helm didu't cut op no turf, didn't take down his shotgun, nor call oat the neighbors to drive said intruder away. While a ma ted at the folly of the poor color ed man who would swap Jersey milk and Itogue honey for pickled pork and corn pone, be neverthe less recognized the liberty of the former slave, and bade the erring brother depart in peace. , The supreme court, with a few minor exceptions, has sustained the Chicot county (Reynolds) in. vee act. Ibis is the law that the Desha district is working under aud in our information is correct, tuis decision is au important vie tory lor our people. It sustains the right to tax lands for levee protection. It sll takes time, but this section of the .State will get out of the weeds after a while. Arkansas City Journal. o county blessed with such leadership as Gen. I). II. Rey nolds possesses, cau ktay in the weeds. A bill is now before the Alabama Leota on the night of the 13d. Legislature which if it becomes a , The cave cut off ninety feet of the law will authorize officials to make ; bank, crossing the street nearest their bonds in "guarantee" " jl0 the tI)(t eUgUlfiug the Aui"m.TK..:::nreUeshSu;5 first i house w.th it. safe and other find out before they place their ; contents, and Basket a blacksmith bonded officials under the legal j gbop. 'lhe ground save way so possibility of obtaining guarantee fgt t1(lI nothing could be saved. i Mr. klr-'s era?a t lei" A tension to yoauz u va . in-' i"t a s're, duelling, preached at lhe liapiiet chunk or in Greenville unoccu- iu this city last Sunday night by pied or for rent. And there is a II . King, the pastor, to a constant inquiry and demand for tmiids and tbtt is to see if their places can be easily and promptly j filled. The guarantee companies are quite particular about the hab its aud morals or the people they insure. TheT not only bond a man but they keep themselves informed as to his habits. Men they vouch for must keep a record of their movements sud report regularly to headquarters. Meridian News. We believe that Legislation up on this subject such as the Alaba ma Legislature contemplates, is not onlyproper bat would prove a relief aud a benefit As the News says the making of bonds of friends in office "is an accomoda tion which la itot only abused, but ofteu leads a man into jeopardiz ing the welfare of bis own family." There are further and mdeed more serious objections to the existing mauuer of guaranteeing the pub- he agaiust lose through its official agents; which would be obviated by a properly devised aud phrased law changing bond making to a commercial basis. Under the ex isting system of law, bond making s in theory not only a friendly act, but a duty common to all property owners. A duty which resting on volitiou is commouly evaded by those most able to en dure its risks, aud to pay its pen alties; aud thus becomes an un due burthen to the more public spirited, tue more generous, or the less calculating. Perhaps the more serious objee tion however to depending bond making on personal favor, is that it engenders Improper relations, It creates personal obligations which can only be met by sub trading, Impalpably perbnps, from those due the public. In some communities this has been so abused that designing men have extorted favors aud pecuniary emelumeut from those dependent upon them for bond ; aud has caused, or been one cause of, polit ical debcuihery. The enforcement of a penalty against ofUcial boudsineu is always lax and seldom even partially effective. This would not be the case with aguarautee or insurance company. We have heard it plausibly con teuded that public officials should not be required to make bonds They are agents of all citizens alike, in their selection and era ploy each has equal option ; and losses by them should be equitably and proportionately distribut ed. It is not Improbable that if elective officers were not bonded there would be more care and in tereat taken in their selection. But if the modification of the present system should be subjected to consideration, we would prefer the adoption of the company guarantee custom, we see no reason why It could not be made operative and effective. The plan is utilized by the railroads; a very conclusive argument in favor ot its advantages. In response to an urgent call. Frank Perry went down with bis bouse moving outfit; and will move several houses seriously threatened. The caving still con tinues, sod will probably necessi tate some immediate levee work. Our fellow citizens at Leota have our sincere sympathy in their distress. By the Shermau (Texas) Demo crat we learn that the boom has established a branch there. Dr. C. W. Lewis, real estnte agent has sold a large block of lots to a New York syndicate, on which handsome brick buildings will be built. In Alabama-and Mississippi at present do well regulated family can afford to be without Its bed of iron ore. Pillnrs of gold and springs of sapphire will be necis sary after awhile. A good old fashioned cotton mattress would be better in most cases. Mem . phis Avalanche. Asetker Bolivar UonlcMc. II. L. Bock shot and killed S. Glenn at Concordia on the 22d iuft. with a Winchester. There had been a quarrel the previous day. Aud both being willing men Itb the gun, and handy, the drop" was the main thing; which Buck being prudent and practical availed himself of. Glenn will be remembered by our readers as the one-eyed tournament rider; who was so skillful that he was barred here. Buck figured as the leader in the bloody feud at Lacouia some years since: between the Warflelds and the Bucks, Mr. iiuck gave bond to appear before the Justice at Concordia Mouday next. Hoi Brill, the great Clothing merchant of the Delta, has goue to New York aud the Eastern man u factories to purchase bis stock of Spring goods, boots, shoes, hats, etc. Many of bia finest goods Mr. Brill has made under bis per soual supervision; and in these lection of those already made up he exercises the most scrupulous care. His long experience in the business enables him to buy from the best markets and on the most favorable terms, aud bis custom ers at home enjoy the benefit of his care and taste, In the best qualities and latest and most fash ionable styles of goods at prices that will compare favorably with any other clothing house iu the country. His new goods will be in hand within a few days, and his frieuds aud customers are invited to cull aud select suits for the sea' sou. Eev. large congregation. Taking the first few verses of the 31:h chap ter of 2d Chronicles a bis text, Mr. King pictured iu au earnest and impressive mauuer the l.i'e, character and tt'i 'u of Kin:; Jo iah. Showing how he, declining to follow the example tf his falUer iu serving carved and molteu im ages as gods, begau iu early life to seek after aud serve the true and living God. How iu the midst of the multitudinous cares of a busy public life, occupied in set ting lu order aud managing the affairs of bis kingdom, he lived a consecrated and pious life ; break ing down and destroying the im ages of false gods, and establish. ing throughout his kingdom the ortbip of the true God. How peace, prosperity and happiness attended his reign, aud bow he was lored at home and honored abroad daring life, aud mourned and lamented iu death. From this and other iustances in the Bible, and many illustrious examples of consecrated and suc cessful men of modern times, Mr. King earnestly claimed that young men could be pious in the face of great obstacles ; that piety is con sistent with the greatest and most prosperous busiuess enterprises and engagements, and the loftiest statious of honor aud reuown; that if It did not always brine worldly fortuue it carried with it that which is far preferable con tentment aud happiness. He clo sed by urging young men to seek after aud serve the true and liv ing God in their early lite. The sermon was listened to with patient and respectful attention, aud is said to have made a deep aud favorable impression, which it is to be hoped will ripen into conviction in the minds of many, of the importance and wisdom of living pious lives. Mr. Kiug is s gentle pastor, good preacher, and a faithful servant of God, aud do serves to be euconrnged iu his work for the Master. Isadore II enter will leave us iu a few days for a trip to the pareu tal home lu Cleveland, Ohio, to make his arrangements for ice for the trade here, and to be present at the marriage of a brother yonn ger aud better looking than Lee and himself. The two Mrs. Hex ter s of this place are informed that we swore out pence warrants before we determined to publish this last assertion. Mardi Gras iu Italy wns made memorable by a terrible earth quake which shook down villages and destroyed hnndreds of lives. At this season the Italiau cities are erowded with thousands of English and Atuericau tourists ; who shared in the dangers aud distresses of the fearful soeues. Capt. Kossell, TJ. S. E passed through Greenville ou Monday; returning from the government works below. He employed a high water insetor for Ben Lo mond levee, it livings government work. And also proffered sacks where needed. Despite rain aud pageant attrao lions, a good audience last night at the Avenue Theatre creeled Gardner's Dramatic Company m uuiy A farmer a DaiiBhter." and protiatiiy never has this interest ing play beeu presented in this city with such excellent and feel ing effect. Miss Emily Fairehild in the dual role of Lizzie Btark aud Mme. Laurent, proved herself equal to every requirement of scene and situation, while Miss Kuth Metaun, as Justine, left no thing to be desired in her trying rendition. Of the remainder of the company suffice it to say that they are well balanced, forming on a whole a combination of merit and peculiar fitness for their re spective roles. Times Democrat. The Gardner Company will play in the Opera House here on Tuesday night, the 8th pros. The Loadstone Oil miustrels have given two splendid perform ances at the Opera House this week ; pronounced by those who heard them to be as good as any performance of this kind we have had here. Yet, notwithstanding these concerts were a voluntary gift to aid iu remodeling the hall, the patronage has not justified the efforts of the company, or been iu any measure flattering to the lib erality of its management. Why are our Boda Waters the bestt vvny win our goods keep so long t Because we nse only the best material, and have the finest ma chiuery manufactured in the Unit ed Slates. W. E. BECK & CO., Hill Illy Fleam Bottling Works, feb. 5.1. Vicksburg, Miss, ne saw a very pretty race Tuesday between two stern-wheel steamers from the curve of the bend above town to the wharf- boat. One of them was our little mail packet the J. C. Karr. The other was a stranger whose name we could not read. The Kerr rau away from her as if she dideu't keer whether the other boat ever got here or not. houses of aU elapses. N. Goldstein has tu the lt few das cold three store lots, 23 feet front, of his residence lot, for 10j each, to Messr. II. Scott, M. Mayor, anj I. Wincberg, who will build brick storehouses thereou at once. Brick i now being placed on the corner of tie Finlay residence, aud a two-story brick store will be built there, J. J. Uarty, coo-tractor. As the waves of a great steamer continue to wash the shores long after the boat has passed, so good words and good deeds leave an influence to live after they have beeu ottered and performed. The stroion preached by Bishop Gal- ay here on Sunday, the 13tb, behalf of the Paine memorial fund coutiuues to bear fruit. We have been informed by Eev. Mr. Standifer that subscriptions are till being handed him by those who have been apprised of the object of the Bishop's appeal. OIM2I1A HOUSE. IXD1I I lEEM EYEiiiw, MARCH 1 and 2. America's Favorite. C HAXFRAu , Btlertti personal management of A. Mipiortmr Company. Special rVenery. Coeiume and fropertiet. Tuetdav Evening-, March 1st, tne popular loineuy urama. Iv I T, T22 AIZAirSiS T2AVZLZB. Pronounced Saecesa for 16 years VTedneiaT Ivenlnf. March ind, Dioa Koucicaalt s great play. THE OCTOICOOX. LITE IN LOUISIANA. Prices. 50 cents, 75 cents and tL triwni4 SaU salt at Anacr'iTl lo HAM ANDERSON T Des. YOUNG & CAIiB, DENTISTS Offer their professional services to the citizens of Greenville mid surrounding county. Teeth ex traded without pain, office fur nished with all the latest nud most approved mncliiuery and mstru incuts known to the profession, rallies living at a distance cau have work done ut their resi dences when inconvenient to vibit our office. Work done on short notice and satisfaction guaranteed. Office over rinlays Drug Store Jan8 tf. ' An audience entirely out of keeping with the merits of the performance witnessed the pres entation of the Octoroon ut the Opera House last night, but a bet ter pleased audience never left the house. Tonight Mr. Chuufrau appears in that grand American comedy of "Kit, the Arkansas Traveler," aud knowing his won derful ability, the strength of the company and the beauty of the scenery, nothing is risked in pre dieting a splendid entertainment, Sandusky (Ohio) Register. Chanfraa will play at the Opera House in Greenville ou the 1st and 2d prox. HElDQt AKTLRS t'OR GIlOtHKICS, The best groceries for the least money, can be purchased at the Hard Cash Gboceby Store, There you can also find a full sup ply of Hay, Corn, Oats and Brand B. N. & II. T. Bucks. The Geruiau elections have re suited iu the success of the gov viumrnu mis ueiug tue case there will now be a cessation of the war talk ; which was mude ex treme to influence the election of parliamentary members. Virtue has been rewarded. A short time ago Mr. Jo. Schild gave a dollar to the Catholic Orphan Asylum, for a chance in a gold watch, and on Thursday the watch came to him. The children had a grab bngat Ben. Lengsfield's Inst Saturday to aid iu buying an organ for the synagogue. They grabbed lots of tin, at any rntc. Lightning set fire to the cotton docks on Stntoii Island on the IKtb. 'MKK bales or cotton and valuable buildings were destroyed. Mr. Jas. S. Richardson nud a party of Kew Orleans friends passed through Greeiivillo this morning, on an excursion to his pluututioiiB below town. The flue comedian, Chanfraa, will give two entertainments in our Opera House on next Tuesday aud Weduesday nights, opeuiug with his famous play of "Kit." Those who attended the Jewish synagogue lust ingut enjoyed a rare treat iu listening to the mng. uificeut buss voice of Mr. Fred Boruemau. He will eing at the Catholic church to-morrow night, lhe attention of our readers who deal in such goods is directed to the advertisemeut of Hill City Bottling Works and dealers iu miueral waters, W, E. Beck & Co, The location of snub au establish meut in this seetioti will prove a great convenience j and increase the demand for healthful aud invig orating beverages. Jake Scott bus sold his saloon interests in the building next to Wcthcrbee's; but desiring to hold a coruer in saloons, he will iu a lew days re open his sulouu ou the coruer of Washington avenu and Locust, w here he w ill be plea, eed to entertain bis frieuds an the public in the ' most hostile manner. HONEY HWaib Cut this Ml tad itlmUu.li-lTi UT h4 yoa frea omrthmt ( prtl tun m4 important M ". thti will tut Tom m biuuu Thick will SitBf )H la man auHurrif hi J thuufthiaf laa la thtawatld. Aaraaacai U Ux rk lad Urt t hum EltaartesiaU tf m. SsBMUts atT, last )wl cola meJ tot all Torttn- W Till tart jr i tajital X ir44 Tali lata of Utftmalac.impot, taatchaaettoftUfcttau. TVm Th an am atUeu ud ntwpiiilaf wtU act delay. Grind mtattn. Addnw Tin k Co.. Airuta, If sin. ' Unknown To Us. To have spoiled or ropey Soda Water returned. We use only the very best material, aud having many year's experience iu the car bouatiug cf waters, the public can rest assured they are getting the very best goods from our estab lishment. W. E. BECK & CO, Hill City Heara Bottling Works. feb. 29. Yicksburz. Miss, Jake Sherman has bought the saloou formerly kept by Jake Scott, next to Wetberbee's, and authorizes us to say to all the pa trons of the house nud to the pub lic that he will continue to "set them up" iu the same elegant style inaugurated by his illustrious predecessor. He solicits a share of patrouage. Ft Fa. S2Z2IJTS flT-E Thz State or MiMiMim, ) . n aahineton tonniy. I la Wuhlngton Circuit Court, te May . ienn, ii S. Ithaian A Son, J J. A. iHiason. J By virtue of the abova execution, to m aireeiea, i snail expo) v puunc sale, tt tbe door of tha Court House in UreeorUle. within the hours prescribed by law, to tbe blgbest DMiler, lor c&in, on me First Y:ndar of Arril, Kexl all the right, title and interest of the de fendant, J. A. Mlnson, in and to tue loi lowing described pruyertr, to wit Hail of tue eat half of northwest quar ter and northwest quarter of northwest uarter or tertioa m. towoamp is, range weet. containing OU acres, ail in tald eountv and Mate. The same having been levied upoa at me property or the dt-rendant, J A htlntoB, ana will tie sold to satisfy plain- tin l eiaun, and an costs. w. l. nis r, fcherlffof Wahinirtim eountr By W. M. ilctutchen, pep. (feb Hi-aH. Mr. S. A. livers, of the National Let ter Kile Co., Chicago, save: "Over a year at'o 1 was rkeletomzed and miser able from tbe sulti-rind of airirravated liver romnlsiiit. 1 took one bottle of iiepntoziiiie. uml am well and E.liv Send ine six bottle two to take en the rimu and four to send to mv iarailv." Vr. a,, I., to U'.ILV,I.w,t... .lT.l..f . v.i ill .. U-Mllllir im ftUJUIUlIlgJ i-uuniir, uuirBme anu loooing, ny a ii. i liiiHv a. iu. inareli-l Ask yonr dealer for MARY ANDERSON Tobacco Fiuest chew in the States. HEAD & CO, febl!i-:iui Sole Agents, The Pacific Express has crowd ed out the Southern here. Tb was done by a heavy bid to the L., N. O. & T. Ii. It.j which th dear people will have to mak good through high charges. There is also a change of agents, Mr, Moore resuming the agency. Spring Overcoat. LIGHT Overcoats save IIeavt colds, Money saved by doing without one, eitb erpaysa doctors bill or buys a lot in the eemetery. Buy tbe ooat. spare the doctor, leave the lot to seuieone else anu aeep your health. WABKEB & SEABLE8, Vlcksbuig, Hiss, The strong wiud from the west this morning blew the wares of the river over the bank iu som of the low places. W e note by the Commercial Herald that Capt. Geo. Arnold to take the contract for the road on the other side of the river, from Vidulia to Bowie Station. Get your Masks aud Suits ready for the ball. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THE STIIUOIS MAS. Out through the gates of Ispahan One morning rode a studious man, "Oh, whither bound T" a traveler erted. Who rested by a fountain side. " I go lo seek." replied tbe snge, " The greatest wonder of the age." " Then from your saddle now descend, And eiill your Journey at an end ; For here Ithtn this bng 1 hold The greatest wonder bought or sold." And stooping down the speaker drew A plug of ' Arkttiisaw " in view. The above celebrated brand 1c manu factured by Win free, Admus A l.oyd, l.ynelilmrg, Virginia, and tor snle by all wholesale dealers. Senator Iugalla has been select ed by the Republican Senate caucus to succeed Senator Slier man, resigned ; ns President of the Senate. Mias Fannie Valliant, hue re turned from a protracted visit to her causin, Miss Florence Verger, at Jackson. Don't forget the MHHiiierade Ball, 10th of March, (Piirim night) at Opera House, by the Harmony Club. Captain George 11. Smith, chief clerk of the Issaquena, flung him self around town while the boat lay here yesterday, shaking hands with old and forming new ncqiiain lances. Captain Smith is hii old Snutlower river steamiinalmmi, and is known along that stream from bank to batik. His popular manners and thorough knowledge of his business make him n draw ing power for the favorite little steamer, nud our people w ho have business with the boat speuk of his desire to accommodate and his careful accuracy in his office iu terms of highest prniae. Mr. Medei ran, insimince exam iner aud rater, is iu Gtueuville. City Water Works. Proposals and plans are hereby invited for the construction of Waterworks for furnishing an edequule supply of water for Fire Department and other jmrposes for the City of Ureenvdle. Jacob Alkx.vxi:k, ieli. 2b-4t. Mayor. . SEW FIRM. J he hardware business of J. Mar seilles will in the future be conducted by hcbildK Levy, at the old eund. The new lirm nwmiies all liabilities and will reeept for accounts of said ,T, Marseille J. Si-nu.Ds, reii2ii-.it Hv.tRvv o OS. MOYSE. Wholesale and Ketall Dealer in -FRESH MEATS- OF ALL KIND. SAUSAGE Manufactured. Country order solicited, and special nut-in ion I'r.iw lo eiiitie. tsir Mn'l' on Walnut street, next door to iMMiner si.riH-ery store. fet26 100; (in llrp 1 home mid niakr mnrp nmn iu nun loruouiAti It liTthtnudl n nun nrtti i. ft 1M Al not nittJfri : roa ;ir? Biarctm lret lvthtiit.a all v.m- vnu hi i m worn iJir puniine Mtrn rmni hn Urt. Ivitlv outfit and tcTnti fri-t Hcttr-r not My cjtn won uttiMit oriiu un ati'trtUB BIIU nnd Ottt oa rv wim' on wilt tl so at owce. H H let A Co., IVrtlftnit. Maine. b. PhospliateSlierbot , HEALTHY AND DELICHTFUL BEVtF o The Only Beverage in the Market which Combines all aud Healthful Qualities of , Phosphate Acid and Pure Carbonated V:; A trial will convince the most skeptical that we hav , ' more than simple justice iu extolling the good qualities of PHOSPHArrE SHEBBlm Recommended ly all the leading Physiol ASK YOTJR DEALIK FOR IT. av. is. liiscii: & Co j Hill City Steam Bottle. T f 7" "te Feb! Citation Notice. The State of MlislMilppi, tierallnt Beard on. . 1 vs. I Bill cf Divorce, Joseph Beardon. J To Josenh Beordon Ton are eonmtnded to annear before the Chancer) Court of the county of wnniingion, in saia Mate, on tue sec ond Monday of April, if", to defend ine suit in saia court or ueraltns near' don. wherein you are defendant. Witness my siirnsture, thi 25th day of Kebruarv isf. CM. JOHN SOX, Clerk. A. U. I'axton. Solicitor. Feb. 20. ixM 4-w. Greenville Steam Brick Worb' SCOTT &, SIMS, l'roprietora.' j CAPACITY, 25,000 PEE Dili With the Latest Improved Maehinen) Unsurpassed Material, a Superior Class oB ' I! u rued Bricks are being supplied at rea) able rates Patronage for this Important Some Jj tution is respectfully solicited, and the proi tors propose to beep pace with the growth I prosperity of the times, j,0l : : JUST RECEIVED, Ten Thousand Boxes 2nd Pool Pittsli (Peacock) Coal, Guaranteed' THE BEST IK T! HARKET FOR ALL Price, 50 cts. deliver Less than 5 boxes, 55 Central City Coal delivered at 40 cts. Respectfully, . t A. D. PAG Alltllill We an sow prrpaml to furalih til cImm with smiiloT. nwnt et boom, the vbole M toe tine, or ter thoir tpwo ffioBuato. lliiliioM atw, Uabl sad rroattblt, Ftnont of Ithher mi eaillTMrs from Mi cents to turn per cvealni, and a pro- aerUoaal turn by drroUii til thtli tlnu te the batlnnt. Boyi ind jlrli urm acarljr m nock u men. Thst all wbo set toll nar Mod theli tddrau, and tntthebntlarM, wo Bake tali Ir. To inch at re aot well utlifltd wo wlU tend out dollar to )ij for the trotblo of writ iif. rail ptrttralan and ostflt fro Ad- OrcM Quoins STimus 4 Co., Portland Maine Feb. tb. FOB SALE. A nice SURRY, nearly new ill he sold fur a bargain. Apply to Fell. 10 3U J. B. BELL C. 8. raaiut. A. D, suM'OHn. la oonmitmlua C. H. KAMI All, Cotton Broker Greenville, Mitt. ROBERT S. DAY in charge of Cotton Departmeut e will negotiate three and five year loans on Al Improved plantation prop erty of faultless title: Rlvine; the bor rower the option of selling through ui In Greenville, or of shipping to New viiraiia, ALSO. C. S. FARRAR COTTON FACTOR, Xo. fo Union street New Orleans, La. Dissolution Notice. J"il,lc. 1,hreby gives that the part. J IT "'"""a ""uer th I..,, uniiir m a. r. Jiswktns Co. dissolved, Jno. W. Harrow retirina. Tl. ousiness will lie conducted as herefofore on the Alma plantation on Deer Creek by II. I. llaw kins, Febla-Jt II. P. HawLlna Jno. W. Ilarrow. J. D. Leavenworth Manufacturer of Eough and Dressed L, U M 13 E II . SPECIALTIES : FLOORING, SIDIKO, CEILIKO SHINGLES. LATH PICKETS. BEE HIVES. PACKING BOXES Etc., Etc. ilae on hand a large stock of Cypress, Walnut, Oak Poplar and Pine, prices as low as can be had from other markets. Also Eefuse and Pecky Cypress, , Bum and Cottonwood, U-vtst tew.-o Pri.. .J K.-TT-T -. ... . . -niiurtuwiiH lurnuiiied on ap. plication. arril l Citation Notice. THE STATE (' MIS.nI.hMITI. To Frank Chesnut. Voiiare commanded to nmienr before the Chancery Court of the County ot v ttiliiiitin in HAid Mnte. on the 2d Mutulii' of April, lnwi. to defend the suit lu snld Court of fcutnn Chesnut, wherein you sre a defendant. W iliiem inr siitiintiire lliia Sliln duj of l i'lirimrj , A. D. Isn. C. M. .lUttNHUN. Clerk. l. U. bheUit'ld sol. felK12 J. KINSELLA (stccesswh to t. o-coskeb.) Saddle and Harness Maker shop os WAi.isrrrsTKr.ET. KEEPS con plainly u hand ever I in It tn fait kindt In one on , notice. slia and worki cheap. Public patrnnnge solHittd. 19 A'r- VV done on Put up oulj bj VICKSRI-o. 1 1 :'TJ 21 ea st it i Jaa.8-tf DEATON ADOITiOH. UHSiOaOalit. fir Sale nigh and Cry and Vail Trained- FREE FllOM M'ST ami THE XOISE OF JlACHINEnY. OXLY SOLD TO DESIRABLE PARTIES, ACTUALLY IX TESDISG TO BUILD. To such, sales will be made for a small cash payment, balance at such times as can be conveniently met. For particulars apply to JOSHUA SK INKER. TmAM.' Seiit II. Strayed or Stolen. Any one having lost s mule during-the past one or two months it requested to cominunicate with the undemfifced. fur hishing a description of such anlinnl. W.h.(ilLn.M!T. Jan. 20-tf. City Marshal. Ranger's Notice. The State of Mississippi, i Washington County. Taken tip by ran Weaver, on the premises of Wills Johnson, shout the 1st day of tebruarv. Ink? iio i kl:Pt:,uyut 8,or " v"rl 11. uout 14 bands hirh. no brnnds or marks. Appraised at J75. The owner of the shove descried e tray is hereby notilled to come forward prove property, psy charites and take law dSSt s? b ealt Wi,h M tb Henry T. Irev: COTTON FACTD. urnci at I The Merchants Baalj VKEKNVILLE, ... . J niay 1-tf I Mosby Prolific Seed Cort Seventy-five Bushels tf above corn for Bale. sr1..1 per llushel. Leave ortlcrs, with casb, tK & Co.'s Grocery Store. fcb5-Jt C. W. CLAEU if ntt at nut Am ) vi W l II Bol'H feblMt W. T. SMITH. Hanger. WANTED. A position ns malinger of a cot ton plantation or store, or both, by a practical planter and business man. Address Planter. feM2 Care of Greenville Times. GREENVILLE, . . . ns;, -'GSvX Contractor Mcit Retion&blt TERMS Skilled Workmen and llrst Jlaterial. Orders promptly attemled to iu city aud surronuding country. Will furnish plans and specifica tions for all styles of public and private buildiugs. july31 Petitina for Llqmer Umm TIic Honorable Mnynr and Council otlaiCd brevRTIIie. The nndrrlinwl ciliirntaml Totfnuddii "I'K llully iilion jour honorable Si f rant uulo RACHELMAN, llni fn Mn U Uu.hdmu. a rwidcnt of lilts rllv anil raiunlv. a liw' wll inouan.l splrilniw liiiora la tie than one gallon al her sUrehoaM M Ii Inirlon Arenue, anil wacan rfc.minl m knrticlmiin. aitfiit for Mrs. M Kschtlmi olier and liiiliiFlriout and of good ri worthy to , have tuck nrttilece fraondmi tveruny, tIc. J Kin-tila W A Iran (j B nrtti LlmJ Jwy It U Mar.h.ll o Kcllfnlwrg I PIrmn n at l-wr 4 c llpiini H liKi i) Mi'iinina C Voun W Sarlrahtd II llrtfux Poling J Simon SWIIIiaim I. Flnrlniia il I. limn J il.,-, J ( run ford S Monnoiaini) Oc'l.lman .1 nkfct N Cowsn A Vorm I. J llPHlimr-fti.hr j, Khthenlwrf l HnJ I llmnUly i Mimnan U t Uennflrlil t Hrt . uarvn II lvy J Pcilt H Seott t ...... i ,, .ion on w r tongue i;i.ih.ci it m r ll Lchlpsitiiiei' i n anion P llnll U Tim. n T M.m. 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J fisnlord R t Shu ti" 3f ' '"""-n O Toiinir W I, Krey 1 H mm M ShHiinnhiin (i Carter B HolMea O Johiwi .ohhiin u ( olenian W L Sdles A I 4"' J P'UixHi c stealson L Mivre 0 ll M SnnwlerirerTU OnlairiT Jolm"i A 4neksnn T MirheMv Ueo W .l.rte 11 Sol . ,,'! , ''hnsnn I Ton. 4 ThomM n Wi A" ,"ln.i' Walker I lleelnnirer K SfH Heeaer .1 M, kelon II Adams A SieWiinl i Ik A ,!",m"n w Kmlih B D Steele T It' ;vi i ir'!1 Wusinireon II Fi t lan i V'i"n '' Yn"n ' Kotwrtsaw' . "lnrtnn W M Cox O lIM"' i ol H-:w)i ' H-mllsro B "PishorSA" T, ; i ;, " S'l'i-hel II Daniels T! Ton.er 4 hell, , (i urinn I .Uflerson WarH itelT.rT", -"' lli 4 Khrllch W I'", r...k. w T Smiih J llrown 11 Relihnnti ll I S IMl.rr ii n n- ii rmll M Mat or S ll.ilil.mi.i.vui.u. i;i.l- I'd i'V ,S ins II bile H HnlTm U H w rl iv'""1" M 'I'wis 4 4ohnon M .t k.r .i,"'n 8 W R 'Anises U f -ii lie H ( ..lemm t iii,-hel M .Inrk-Kin H lei n ."' " ."?" 1 "ran""!! II Kdwsnh1'1, Iff B ( jllev w Wood, r Smith A F Hem! insliw F Mirtn-i T 4nnes I, IMmi U hi j 'rrV r u,Hn' a poii,k i. wiii .on t ." "'""'""' M Turner A Wihoi "i l,?.T f'Snis' ell 1'ts.Villinnu tJ i . " H Itniknns 4 "rail" " C J. ROGERS & CO., M AKITACTI HtKS or The Best Brands of Italian, Tennessee AND ALL American Marble AND ALL THE GRANITES. GR1NITE I0NOHENTS. Prom a Plain Obelisk to Mausoleums. gbaot totcti:::. rr: 1 M ti a" n lllilKfin- J -inn"- (1 . .Th.i , "nnter W UriSenl.HrnHs Booker n V ' R:',,i",," S """" 6 K"i i ooker II s.inders 4 li.iinvs T Krksns 1 t,k-lone L tVii:im 4 Smenell Vj HOMKR, jr. H ill wake the season of lt7 Mableson Washington avenue anoI enst street. f . Homwi, Jr., U a handsome bliclj". nntKls liiKh. weighs 1,300 pound. tand $l.-,.W; no 8,ranoe. provintr in foal can be returned ti" son foiiowine. ""ner.jr., fs hy 0h Homer; jr' Membrino Pntrhen ! dam by W'i Intnl. I it ... .s . ' f.. is aleoa producer o sailiHe hortea nuvI' HEAD jHtf1'