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7. M. Lee i ff & on la fki la i 1 1 U J STATE AGENTS, tl to the Renting and Leasing in Greenville and surrounding ibe collection of rents and the payment of taxes. j hand Dwellings and Store-houses sale; and for sale both Dwelling s Los in all parts of the city. ve Delta lands in all parts of the h we will sell on easy terms in lots Msers. lactions entrusted to us will have jal ami Prompt Attention. A mil & Jl SEN BERG-, (.plain and "Walnut Streets, HGREEM riLLE. MISS., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in J Wines, Porter, Ale, Beer, GARS AND TOBACCOS. SOLE AGENT FOR THE ER-BUSH BREWING ASSOCIATION, f ST. LOUIS, MO, llowing celebrated brands always kept lifter Keg and Bottled Boer, anger Keg and Bottled Beer, r Standard Keg and Botttled Beer, f Palo Lager in Kegs, ( and Country Trade Solicited. I supplied with my Grocery Deliveries. iville Steam Brick Works. CITY, 25,000 PEE DIEM the Latest Improved Machinery and 'msed Material, a Superior Class of Hard Xlrleks are being supplied at reason- ' 'llxy "jfe fr th Important Home Insti' f$vpctfully solicited, and the proprie-u-; 'kTo keep pace with the growth and ieuliim j I . . , i8.. utfie times. MICK AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY- 1 1 1 1 atxa. mm m jl. .tfsv .av etnry ISol I I I ZHK 111 I III i!f FACTORS and GROCERS. krtlcmii tituliig rmnn -DEALEBS IN" tation Supplies, Etc. -AGENTS FOi- ILE COTTON Cms -AJVD FVIXTITIMLSS, n StaiH ail SrMi's Mod Presses. MISSISSIPPI HAY PEESS. fCiroulars. Aug.ll-Iliu 1. B. Finlay & Co., ; DEALERS JV 1 U G S AND MEDICINES, ;m.ery, Toilet Soaps, Paints, Oila, DYES, GLASS, c, nion sets, and Garden Grass and r seeds of all descriptions. Corner Washington Avenue ana Walnut Street, ESTABLISHED 1879. . UNDERTAKERS, -KNV1IJIJ13. ALWAYS IS STOCK,' "te of Mctalic, Cloth Covered ami J Wooden AKI) PPPIITS. ie messages and telegrams will receive prompt attention. MISS. fTHEODOEE POHL, T STREET, . . GEKKNTltLE, MIKS. J Wholesale aril Retail Dealer ill .FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS Mne, Porter, Ale Cigars and Tobacco, g 1 call epppafdl nttetllloii to mr llPflwtpd ptock of Y Old Kentucky Bourbon Whisky I Chewing and Smoking Tobacco ' . , mhK AGENT FOR Fijian Moei-lieri, Brewiug Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. ry try t t Subscribe foi: THE GREEN7ILLE TIMES, A Public Journal, Established in 1868. TIIK ESPECIAL ADVOCATE OF THE Levee System, -ASD THE Interests of the ississii Leies District, Comprising the Counties of Washlugtou, Ilolivnr, IsMaiiona and Sharkey, -k AND or-- GREENVILLE, The District Capital. Communications of Local Intorcst throughout tbo Delta solicited. Tar ticularly upon Improvements and DiTcrsiflcation of Form and ProductH. Upon Road-making, Fences aud all things calculated to develop the resources and to produce prosper ity lu that section of the Slate, 0S" Stories of Fiction, and Poetical contribu Hons always declined. ALL MANNER OF Job I'Jorli DONE NEATLY, Cheaply: . -AXD- Expeditiously If you hate Goods to Sell, ADVERTISE IN The Greenville Times. If you have Goods 10 Buy, Head the Advertisements in The Greenville Times. If you have wants, Advertise in The Greenville Times. Address, QHEENVILLE, MISS. imixoBiriT. James 1. loiter, on whom the Ue publicans have iuipooed the difficult duty of fryiug the fst out of manufac turers, is still writing letters, and if none of his recent communications equal in picturesque rhetoric his famous - fat circular," they are still valuable contributions to campaign literature. The following letter was received by a Louisville manufacturer this week : "(Dictated.) Head((iiartrs of the Republican League ol the United States, Xo. 2tW Fifth Avenue, New York City My Dear Sir : If you believe iu the Mills Tariff Bill, which has just passed the Democratic House of Representatives. turow tins letter id vour waste-basket. If, on the contrary, you realize that the interests of the manufacturer and the laborer are with the partv which stands for protection to home indus tries, I ask you to co-operate with the ltepublican League of the United States. Unless great effort ie made in the next three mouths, there is danger that G rover Cleveland will be re-elected, and with him a Congress that will have no further reason to disguise its real intentions, and the next tariff bill will go ten times as far as prudence per mitted the Democrats to go in the Mills Bill. "The League, which was organized last December, now has over six thous and clubs, containing three-quarters of a million members. Its grow th is un precedented In the history of politics. Its officers will leave nothing midouc to secure the election pf Jlarrisu and Morton and a ltepublican Congress. " We propose to make a thorough canvass in the workshop and the home ; to furnish every voter with the ablest arguments in faver of protection ; to hold public meetings day nud night iu every place w here workhigmen caube found ; to take extraordinary precau tious to prevent fraudulent coloniza tion and voting in New York, New Jersey, Couuceticutt and Indiana (which are favorably situated for such 'Democratic rlform movements), and iu fact to Use every legitimate means to prevent the coutiutmtion iu power of the party that seeks to throw down the barrier of protection and tlood our markets with the products of cheap European labor, which would close our manufactories aud throw hundreds of thousands of our workhigmen out of employment. "All we ask of you is a small contri bution. We have the organization now. Give us the moans and we will do our duty. A glance at the accom panying document will couviuce you that wo make no idle boasts. Imme diate action is nceessarv. Will vou aid ut, bo It ever so little, to take that action "You can make no better iuvost- niout than a subscription to the Leusrue and we do not ask you to do anything that you can not afford to do, taking into consideration the other calls upon you. Very truly yours. Jam km 1 Foswu, (luclosurcs.) President." The accompanying document, was a list of subscribers, principally in New York, Philadelphia, Brooklyn aud Massachusetts. The return envelope was simply directed "Box 8183, Post- ollleo, New York City." This is a very mild demand, Indeed, considering the toue of the first circu lar, and indicates that Mr. Foster's spirit is brokcu. We do not ask you to do anything you can not afford to do, taking Into consideration the olhor calls on you," sounds tutiie after the formor threats. But Mr. Foster's pre vious circular explains why ho nppeals to the. manufacturer for money for their work because they get most of the benellts of the tariff; because nuiuy of them make large fortunes every year. tuay, who says nothing, must be having a hard time wilh Foster and illuino. Courier-Journal. A CARD. Owmrs of lino watches of any de scription, such as Chronometers, Du plex English and American levers, complicated split seconds or repeaters, will please take notice tlmtwe are able to repair and entirely re-model any kind of watch, milking them as good as new. W3 are no novice at the trade, having more than thirty years experi ence at it. WO pay special atlelition to such watches that have been unsuc cessfully worked on by others, and guarantee to mako thcin good time keepers. S. PKPPKUMAX, The Old Reliable Jeweler, on Walnut Street. March 81. R. H. LACEY, CONTRACTOR and BUILDER, Ur.EEXVlI.LK, Mls. I am prepare il to do all kinds of work iu tiie Uuest :?tvli.s of Architecture sud the Bast ilisaer ef G::i Torkmasslup. Job Work a Specialty. may ?-ty BEST WORK-LOWEST PRICES. T. VY. SULIY1, GKEKSVlLL. . - HISS. PRACTICAL Honse, Sip and Ornamental Paper Hanger and Kalsciiner, All Einds of Papsr Hangings. mil lm apposite !ke 3e!!i km f.x Wtkaa Mat lath Ctantrr wha iislrtd: J. KINSELLA. (SUCCESSOR TO T. O'CONNEB J Saddle and Harness Maker SUOrOX WAL.NPT STKEKT. ITEEPS con--1 - stantlv on rl3 hand every t hinir in his line. All kinds a or repairing t)i done on short notice. Sells a nd works cheap. KANSAS ME ATS The re-opening of my meat supply business, on or about the 15th Inst., will he in the shop on the East aid of Walnat Straat, next the Main street corner. I have made arrangements for Daily Shipments by Express for Finest Western Meats, jr ud w ill keep no othcr.toa Will also supply FISH, GAME ANDJRESSED POULTRY. Intending in the future, as in the past, to spare no efforts to give satisfaction to all customers, I respectfully solicit patronage. L. P. LAURENT, rormiTlT of Moyno Laurent. Urei'Ulll, Ui., Sept. Ii). Is;. lively Times In a San Francisco Court. Times-Democratd iVlthoa Hill, now Mrs. Judge Terry of San Francisco, created a lively sccue in the United States Court in that city yesterday, while Justice Field of the United States Supremo Court was reading a decision iu the case in w hich she has become famous as the alleged wife of the late Senator Sharon. Af ter a desperate struggle, in which the marshal was knocked down by Judge Terry for attempting to execute the order of the court to remove Mrs, Ter ry from the room, the two were lock ed up. and subsequently sent to prison Judgn Terry for six months and his w ife for thirty days. BUY VOt'H WATC1IES.- -.CLOCKS.- JKWKKY, Frt; Only the Jikht quality kept in stock. April 7-tf. Fkamc Binukk. Workmen are trRttiiiiz re.ulv Dm building to bo used for the merchants hank, l ho vault has beca made, and the safe is expected to be here in time to open about the 171b. CAN'T BE FOUND. There is no more dependable Cloth ing (at the sam time stylish.) in the country than ours. Thih COATS mid VESTS and COOL UNDF.PWKAK In great variety here. WARNER Si 8EAHLE3, Yicksluiig. Mis. Hob Larcv hascommeneeil work up on a residence building for Mr. Harrv Ball, iu the Belle Air addition. Mr. Keller has beiruu the construc tion of a cottage house for Mr. Chas. Clark in Belle Air addition. Petition for Liquor Liconse. To the llnnoralilt) Ituanl r8uHTvlor of Wauli liigtsu county, state of MUiU.ltml. We, llin uti'lvrMKiinl rltliena ami voter o thia enmity, would riiwtlully ii. utloii jour iiuuurauin uiHiy w nwnfteio rt'tail Viimul and apirltuout lluura In any unantlty !. tliau one aauoD to E R. GLASS. of tlia "Mttle Haliy Saloon" on Grttenllleld . .uutv.i.i.i, ... .hit , in, rufirniii'Ti ifir Ui.-t. Nahl K. K. Ulasa la a riunt.'iit of ptaee In said countv, la a aolx'r ami Imtu.trione man, nr (owl reputitllon and worthy to have .uv.ii nvt'u.e Kranwu. ne wiert'iore pray yoo J Htrontf F Uobt'rta J Smith II heed N Hnliln on M IVail.ly O White II White J Vounir A 11 Johnson J Handy I, II Wilkeraon I) W White K Johnaon A Whey A .lai kaou J Hooker J Wil liams ; Havla K Jonea I' I'urk.T M w lllianif r Willams II Holding O Jonoa M Mannlux . uovia H Mi'iiiliT-nn ll llllea t lianey T nil llama P Nrleon II Curtor II Itoherta s ( iHiiier A Smith. I Walkers Aluton M Cooper J llondrirR a uhvibo iianieia ni nim unorKn .lolin.ou u llolnu'i C llurni'tt M C'lemln k KvArt I r're.h water K III lloyeil II lloyod h lloyed II Cook I Waleon S Nel.on S Join A Lotnon II U liood man A Beott V Klmrd ruyklna J I'ateraon Mil Harris I, I. ccl .linking . Mlihlli.ton S Shntwell K It Curmll J iliti hel M Yalea II I lark II I an nard W .1 li m a K.lnhnaon D (uliirn J Wlllami a. nun r uoiinia n Blccaul ll llllenly ItColm W Rohlnenn M (ilpaeii W Dnrla O Caaiier I, H tlaife U II Mccanl c W Mol.'anl W W Taylor S Wrlxht II M.-Iuik M Mi'llnir It shana A Mt alnii. R Itui'ka U Canni'd S I mined J l.oliiy It llrlmn N Johnson K llrown I. Kno J Kreshwater ileo Wilson C HnadlyC Willams A Inicram K I rlm hle.1 KUatte II I Silnnm J Owi tlsJ Monroe I, While M Mnnlirar J II HunMn I) Hikes O John. aonJ I'enrl V (lllmore It Johnson J Mcknight C I. HImms 8 H riKht V iohiiMin V Moss J l.ee N West h smoot v It I.awson T C Watson Joe Nelson I, Si'hild II Amos It ( linllinm M Scott II llanly J Watsou It W I'reaton T Willams Jams II rooks II Mcolt Joe Cormy M Cooper s Ureen 1 tireen W tioinlmail I'liruiit C Junes 0 l.enkly I Kdwanls T Homer A Uraini II Johnson W II- son Shall A Johnson M Haines J l.awson CnflTy Venoro J Carteri; llniri'iii T White tt llrikes K Slnxleton M Miles I Marshall J IIjowp J (iri en U tireen I, Morton 11 Willams II llewell u W Swan N Itohertnon .1 (ilpson KHhaltnn J Wheel er W fot A fox J r'ox l( William. J 1'arkerC Jonea I' KtirKorann A fiinjer-on li Hied Jaeoh I.i'wIb T I, Mi lls J Iteres J Thomas II Sllyard I Coleman A Lowell 1' lin en J Carroll J Carter C lieaton ll Irlmhle C Jefferson W Wells I hos Uraiit A Stuart J Wllnilmrham T Tavlor Mat Davis .1 Carter W Ouston W Johnson tV Walk er M lloildv C Ktort s stort I, lining T lliilm I, Haines jr M Nash A Nelson T Miles Jasltlell A W ard J Irvin B Walker IS Kja-a S Steeta W ah Alexander 11 Thompson J Meconl I S'orKe-.on C Knruerson I lledrieh M llishmnn C l.elles C Andi rson c Holley J llolley A Sail I Wnxht P neiuiiKA w MM.) AOlilior vv Msom K Keeil W stord II Carroll R Newman J Hooker Jeese Cueai, II Smith S White.! Illl(ens M Johnson J Ntarkea M sharn K Murton KLiney W llroun J l.ookwisid M lieaeea llnber E lloberta W Johnsun O Creen .1 llrown tt smith W Inhnsnn rt (.lllieit I, Carters tireen I llanklns W Mil ton C llrown A I'arker C Mitrhell s lliaek (ieo tireen S HrlKhtU Collins W ollius II 1 1 1 Ion I J Johnson I, Wilson W Johnson I. Ander-on Jno liraham O Joma K Tavlor ft lwis C Thomp son It WriRht T AdmaireO (mens 8 tireatmsn WHnriiifrerUeorire Carters Hindes J tireen W Havia ft Washinifton r Whentley J Smith Cash Smith II Ciillierl it Carter K llnsklna 1' l.enore A Darls A lllekes A Calhoun 11 Springs Meltn Klsher I, Kisller II Usher I.Chu k U I Jaekson f Jaekson F Johnson T White I' Thontas Wilfam Thomas C ManniuK C Miles I Wright sr K liio verC Willams J Jinklna .Mose Hardin Miles llnrden J Thomas J K"u.Ii.-h Keys J Fox jr s Fraction J Willams II Seott .1 Ule'n l Nelson I, ( alio J Willams J Walker I. Met ord N Hlhleps A Foster W lin en C llarrlston J Nelson Mor. fm Oovan W llrown H lloberaon II tireen Win llrown ii Keya W t alTey H tireen A Coleman A WhlteCtiraen K tireen J Hughes FliaTiisIl Winn I. Meed If Johnson Henry WnshlilKton Kli Shaws M lillhert C Kanuin M Jesman l Jiles C Shotwell W Jae.kson II Jehnon 8 Bradford T Johnson SI Spencer A Clack Wilson W Mld dlelon 11 llroa n I' Hall J Smart M liavl:, Fred Harris Kenned J Ward J Moses Wm IIHI s Bowman F Edwards K Jones B lloladay Thoa Tsnnir A Bell II White N i iiossas J Itine'r Arm stead K lervidllli!ll F Davis M Kills U Ley W Mosston T I. Cawsm E uovdman HAIiner J linssell I" Itolins A Honey A Wilson A Wl. llama T Williams II W hitman ll Mikes John llunhea p Cayman J llov s w llnii y 11 John son K Itiskins J Stephens Tavlor A T in ker A Bradley A Uaderaon II Ulen Win Thompson II Thomnson A Jones H Johnson .1 Wntnon A Stort J I'nrker ll Wrixht S Wrijtht .1 smith I, rmnn n rri'Ston .1 seott l llamlell 1 Manning S Braxton P Manning; p i'reaton A Ward D T. Ktbus W (illhart I, W C Jonea K Davis M Day j. II. Leavenwortli, Manufacturer of Rough, and Dressed L U 113 !. II . Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Shingles, Laths, Pickets, Mouldinqs, Etc. HEREAFTER Terms STRICTLY CASH. SO TIME SALES MADE All bills due on presentation. ESTABLISHED 1869. A. YAGER, The old and lielluble Bakery, Dealer in Family ami Faiu'j GROCERIES. Confectionarics, etc. FRESH BREAD, CAKE etc. Constantly on Laud. Good delivered at all hours of the day. Fresh Bread delivered at rcsi deuces every evening. Thanktni; my natrons antl the nubile venerally for past patronage, 1 respect- iiuiv miucsi a continuance 01 the tame. If You Want Fine Watch Repairing Done Co to the Old Reliable Jeweler, S. PEPPERMAN on Walnut Street, iau21 Gmnvilta.NMf Wo it ilen ut in thotti.itU til' flints, but art it,rtt..Htt hy murvt'ia oiitivt'iittoQ, liu.- wtiaart lu nrttt of itrohlitblt wotk thut am i iloric while utx ftt Itoiut klionUI t owe wuij their udilitiMii to liulirt A Co. , i'ortlmul, Miiiiif, ttt.it itrvlve I'rw, lull iitfonuutiuii how pit Iter srx, tit Nil Mt etmtir hum ; to k'ih -r tiny an I tipwunti wlu ivvtr tiify live. Vou me Bturtt;l frve. L'ttiltttl hd rniuirvtl. 8oii bitve iimilv over I'sU lit 14 ftiiiKletUvat Hit worn. All mir-eced Petition for Liquor Liconse. To the Honorable Hoard of Supervlsora of Wasle Ington vimiilv, Statu of Mlaaissippi. We, the anderslKned eltiiena and rotera of tola eounty woulil respectfully petition your honorable body to rnnt Ueeoseto retail vinoua and spirituous liiiuora In anyiuaulity leas than ono italloH to Jo WUaalnaVl ft Ben Rleaor. or l.ake ( tore, Miss First suH'rlsor'sdlstrtel. Said W lleslnskl A lllea'r are residents or said place In said eotlntv. and are aober and Imlns. ii Ions men. of good reputation and worth) to nave auen ueeiiHeKranieu. we tlteretore pray yon to it-ant snch license. UUibxonA Hunter J lilen it Whiten John Stewart M Willams I. Monroe Ccorirc l.e Hoy 1) Thomas M Frenches W lull'cy F CucasT llny nea I. llaynes M I'homas I. llov kin N Miepard I' sharp ii Smith , Morion S liaioway II Smith C W heeler U MoumlltR- A Itohhtsoa D Jonea II Bradley II Units l' Cli.-iniit I, Havis 11 Coleman W Johnson J Johnsou J Booker W llrantley W Hole C Moss J Carter Jerry Carter S Nelson I Cray P Cooper J Jackson tl Johnson J Carroll J W'heeler P Whltly II Carroll J Keys W liar den P I. vies t MannliiKChas llei'rliiKton Jaka Keys J WalkerCsliirdivantJ ThoinaaC Petty ford li lllvlns I Marshall I, Clark I, l.raliaoi N llllupa I, Martin s street K Fips ll I ompton J tireen U Green A Foster Wm Ureen I Willama W llerrlnitton II Howell Wm HerrinKtou Ueo WrlKlitUSinltli D vVehatiir J llrown s Brown J Brown Ir I Cnmbs U Combs C Holly It Then bea J Holly W C -limns II II Hill U Join tiahe Keya t Kdwanls S Calhoun J tilnln A I. anil S S Calaman 11 II Brown F Fersuson J Pawanl P l,i am H Ureen D Fox T Silencer I, Sachal llenr Jonea A Walters N Morris A Tavlor F, Weal r) West F West S .lohnes I I.eirnU F Saull Kilwrd Tavlor F Mitchell C Mack T Watson ll hach U t hill N Chill W Satun J Homes 11 Ullla.ul t: II Mannlnir A Drown A Williams K Nancy p Ne. son I. Watson A Johnson J I. I.ason J Nelson M llyncs M Vahes A Mlldery S .l.ilin-oii Harris Carters Harper B Carson It Stewart M llnrden C:tlreen It UhKlil, M Fnv II Bamlv I Willama I, Iioiikhis r Douglas f, Victors C Nelson lo, Mlahey J I'nyber N Ullllson J McNeal tl C'aam R Williams H Clark C Macbulln W Walton II lonna: u uoooiiian at ncnat entry singleton K tilanee T Williams J Watson K' I'reston Joe tlooden VI Slirner A Fersiison II Willams lloht Buins s Frneihian I. Braiiu I. II Chirk I Man ulna; It Cbntman s Stewart S Shatmc M t upper J Carry T Moore II Scott c Ulllla (J Junes John .iniiiiiiisn n iiiompson u t nokey c Jones I Kdward J Rial W snchol A Parker T Admire II tireen T Klrksey II Miles. I Hllch A Smith W J raraer u uooerson r Kstlna I' ureen S Hurk rla-ht J Handy C Thomas L Wlgerson John i, liter Tellow reTfrlajackwmine. Ja-ksonviUe, Sept. S.-The new eaes reported to-day are uumerotu, but it is now certain that WWrl phvsicians are not making reports to the hoard of health, assorting that the posting 0f yel low flags at the patient's pate and p'nb-IL-Lin- the fa.-t that they have yellow fever has an injurious effect iu frii-ht-enino; them. These physicians eli patients that they ouly have a little hilious attack, hut treat them for yel low fever. They say the disease frightens more to death than it kills. It U uow believed that the total num ber of cases of fever not reported is laroe. The board of health are lutlljfnant at the neglect of the physicians to comply with the law. Some of the consplcu. otts offenders will probably be prose cuted. The failure to stamp out the disease in its incipiency was undoubt edly due to the neglect ef physicians to report the first suspicious eases promptly to the board or health. The press has been very unfortunate durliig the past few days. The announcement was made to-day that the Florida Cen tral aud Peninsula Railway, in connec tion w ith the Louisville and Nashville, will take refugees iu parties through to Nashville without detention. Many will probably go by this route during the coming week. It is ditlicutt to jret Information about trains In the future. Much uncertainty prevails among peo ple who desire to get out. Jacksonville, Flu, Sept. 4. -The official bulletin this afternoon reports forty-three new cases, making In all 3:16, and ouo death, Mrs. Stark, or 116 Fast Forysthe street. Total denths to ditto thirty-seven, Thia has been the worst day yet. The record has again been broken. The list records names from almost every quarter of the city. STATU OFFICIALS. Robt I.OWrV Ilnvernne O I) Shamls Lieut. Governor leo, M tiovan Xec'y of State " i, uemingway Treasurer W W Stone Auditor J M Miller Attorney tien'l J II I'reston Hup't education Judges ) Cooper Supreme Court f "Arn''1,' , , , J ( amphell lirk Oliver Clifton JililK of Feilerul Court U A Hill Clerk las MeKee DISTRICT AMD COl'XTT OFFICIALS. J. It. Wynn J in hnt Circuit Court 1th lllslrlct v. is ruri-ii District Attorney 4th W, It, TYIkk Cliniieellor Ith 1 WASHINGTON COUNT. RKrHRSKKTATIV IS IS LllltsLATUIr., Win. U. Yerger Mnnator ll. li. catnnhe 1 John I . Casey I House w, It. Jlitrrts J Walker W Alcxnndcr F l.laer F llrown J Brown Jr s llrown U f amh Jr Joe i oin In w W Iteynolds T I nomas Wm I nomas D Jefferson ll wriKlit K Wriirht M Jessups Jim Parker Joe Hario-r M Hani's I. Joaea H Jones J tireen P tiailtry J Wynlt E Similiter C Null J Clialiuaii n iwib r.noa inonijison l' 1'ollanl l ureen A Spencer F I'reaton JWillnms J Vounst Wm Johnson W Lewis Htreaith W Rohlrson Sam llrown J Black p Smleh K Uatwoods Wilson W Uoodlow J t alanay A Johnson W stprinirs P Nelson Kit Natiel 1. I'oinlas F Domrlas N springs s Plenirn D Fields D Williams s John son S Wirreld S Johnson It Walker D Dehold DMnrka s Steele. 11 Dossey fi Brown i Cock wnod B walker It Jaeoha H AlevanderT N'islow N' Collina II Urown. aept 1 Norlonl P West W llooden J Daily C llullly B Williams II Fields It Trimble Will Marshall K Perry II Willis ll Jefferson C IliKmns 11 John sua t; WnahhiKton s Washington Fi Urabani J Smith M Ureen A Smltn J Walker H Seott P J rernuBon j iinruen ir i iiomaa r l nomas Joe Mc nde J Jackson U Turner 11 Johnsnn I. Cur. tla T Nelson A Nel-on N Carroll II Carroll Isaac tvriKin A uiovers mack K llama J w ard W Petkan C Ferailson V l airoll Alcn William. II Seott J II llrntton J Williams U WaahliiKton K Mci nde ; Johnson F Morris P Adama It New man F Anderson II Andres W llrown M Davis I Duvla J Cawrcnca 1 smith J Bright 11 ( lark W Mitchell W I oMIna J Sanillv W 7 aev ,. Casey F. ( asy II I ,Kik M Cook If Fisher fc Fish- er a. risiier I. Usher li Wliker-on J Hnrrla J Kills It Davis DMIihllclonJ MlddlctonJ llnrke K James It .Iclferson t: Monroe i. Monro.. Hlih.v Monroe N Truman F Hilt W Dayncr K Klner i lonnaon r Clover r Klntnn .lucob Mitclol N llody K Jones s Join s Mills II I .inns A Wil lis J lla in s II Clark WHirmsA Paire Wlllam Thomiis D Mark W llnyd I Bovd J tVlllnmsS McKinle C I'reston C lluillil J H t naey T Caver T l arroll J Mnrtoii I Hmlerson K Faml) Uias Itnmelt W Moore I, Jackson J llrmlly K Voting II Meow n II llrown 11 Vounx A t ook t; siller ni J llrowo F Moore P Moore M Johnson C Branch A tUlimon C Flnley W Scott J .Mitcbel a) Brown A CM-nbam U Kobinson.l White Csteals H Jones W TrlmhleJ Brooks A Hold Hill Itobertson M Hall B Jones A Smith J Davis A Fuller Archie Jones J Collow II t arter It Willama J Willama S Jackson W Scott J Howe A Stewart r Jonea C Sol lie P Smith J lla.t T Vnnna: A Walton A lloberaon RMaekejr C DnvlsJ VMilte 11 Brad ley It Klna-s M W Ward S Hart M Hare Thomas llradlcy I. Johnson J smith W Stump W How J Ceo It Jones H Alexander W Kine li Vonna II Brown J Ma tin BWhJIly II Warri-rll War fer I) U, y it Diirgs , t arroll H Harris J Clark J Dearn II liutson s llntson J Rc-, er rl Jonea) W Ureen K tireen. I Whitley It Itice W Camp, belle Clark 1) Uoodman W Syas C Ij'wls W K Dellailcllne J starks ll Clark A Miles Harris V Johnson It Brown l: HnCncsC Harris H Jack son M Hayes J Henry I, l B Coleman A roster M Jackaon J Havla W Johns J Conis J llurld J llarld J l.vles C I.vlea M Klney It Kluey Mon roesamson It Smith C Fiillir ll Wiliama Tom Young T Pries S lli lvlns l; Conla K llanly J Brown J Ureen A Wily J Ureen ) White Ben WhiteC Macatly J Wa'ker I) l.ee It Cance Ixiul Itllcker D ttewiirt W tiibson II McKlncy Bill Brown K Beaslf P Nelson W Johnson W Walk, er W Hr,tdley t; Morris II Mills I Mills J Ixwk ard W Davis Chas Hails II Column II Harper K Yooniit W est H l ollins W Reed II l,eo A Jiirk. son .1 Johnson II Martin S Fllmore l lark lm Williams S Williams T Williams J Fisher Ueo lilasteru WhitloekJ Howard H I'arker Isano Turner F; I orral sept I Miniiaas ot simhu or li ranvieois. 8 M Spencer District No 1 w iv Wor i nirton District No N (lohlsteln (rsltlentl. .District No .'I S K Swain District No 4 Wm Wootl District No 6 COUNTY OFriCF.IW. W K limit.... Hhcrlll antl Tax Cnllactor John LOrlllln...., Deputy Sherlll (' M Johnson Chancery clerk ,1 U Marshall Circuit Clerk Jos A Shall Den Chancery it Clre't t lk John P Kinlny Treasurer S Archer Stipt of Ktlucation Morris ItiicliHlman Assessor W II llitrlier Coroner antl Hanger 11 K Johnson Surveyor District No 1. MAOIS'rttATtS, I M flasket W K DeKiulclille Dave Lee District No 1 A F Oray K C Jitines c Wartleld District No !1 1) II O'llannon O Wlnslow Wm. Suiuiiiers District No I A Jones S 11 Weems District No S W D Ferris I A Waring noann or Ln,. cohhissihskhs lima Scott (l,re't)...,.,llt)livar county fj e i.iiuei , ...jjuuvar cuuniy M Williams i . ,, , .1 T Casey Washington county S B Duncan Issaquena county A i Phelim Sharkev vomit v S W Ferguson Secretary anil Treasurer Win. Starling Chief F.ngiiieer C W Dudley Cotton Tax Collector Verger & Percy Attormiys CITY or Ullr.tNVIIJ.K. R. W. Tllford Mayor II Wllezlnskl l J F Harris til Kennetly OMBlanton J II Kvans It II Harvev W KOIlilart Marshal . Council John II Moore F L Bntcs Will Verirer... Harry Smith A M Shelby.... ...Treasurer Attorney Clerk ..Snnltnry Inspecior .Street Supervisor Assessor lias revolutionized the world 'luring the last half eenturv Not least among the won!,rs of inventive liniifr,sa is a nii.tlin.1 tit work 111 at can be performed ail over the country without separating the workers from their homes. Pay liberal anyonecan do the work ; either sea, young orold ; no special ability re. i ll I red. Capital not needed yon are started frito Cut tliis out and return to us and wo will send yon free, something of great value end Imitortsnec to yon, that a III start yon in business, which will bring yon In more money right nwav, than ant thing else in the world, Oiiaso oi rut ms. Address Inon A Co. in -I Augusta, Maine, FRIGID SPRAY TEA. This Tea is composed of the following pure Teas: Formosa Oolong, Assam. Japan, Moyune Gunpowder and Orange Pekoe. All blended with special reference to making tea for using with ice. For richness of color anil dclicncj- of flavor in the ntp, this Tea Is unsurpassed. For sale by the Sa. Brown Crier Coipaiy at ?S Ceils jer Port. We also sell He-No nnd t'nonin Tens at 75 cents. We oili-r a good staudiird blend Tea at 60 cents per pound To those, w ho prefer To itmiiijced, ws keep a full stock of the best Green Mnyunes, English Breakfast and Japan. uTlf on want Tea, come and see us before biiviug." UIlHCIl DIREITOKT. St. Jun-ta F.plscouul Sertices every Simdny at 11 a. in. and J p. m. Win. Croae, factor. St. Joseph Cathnllc Xcrvlrxa every Sunday High Muss nt III ;m ,. Catechism al il 10 n. iieiie,ii,iion :ni 4 :i p. m. tin week tlnvs Father P. J. Kor-tenbroock. mass at s a Presbyterian Services every Sunday at 11 n m. and 7 p. m. On Friday nt 7 p. m. J T Storey Pastor. Ibiptist Services everr Sunday nt II a . in and I an p. in. Prayer meeting every TniMlav 7 :m p. in Molina Mtn's iin-Hiiig Thursday I -jo n m. ,. fc. Khi Pastor. Mithoilist-Servlces everv Sunday at II a. in and i p.nr Pmver meeilng every Wetlneielay night. J. A. Ilowen pastor. Synagogue of the Hebrew leion-Setvieea f,r"'",.' m- Saturday HI . m. Joseph Ihtgen llabbt. 1 T.' !. V. TM1 every Sunday at 4 n, ni. in the Public Library. FRATERNAL. Delia Commandery K. T -Meets on Tblnl 1 hursdav ot each uionth. Wm. marling K C. Dan U, Head Secretary. Hilyar It. A. Chapter No. Il-Mcel second luesday nigbtln ench month. Win. Starling H. P. Theodore Pohl Sc rctary. Greenville Lodge ft. m A. P. A. M.-Meet seeontl Thursday nlnht in each month. F, N IhomasW.JI. Theodore Pohl Secretary. I. . O, r.m-Meetslstand 1.1 Tuesilaya In ewh month N Uold.ieln N. U M.tioldakfin V. u A. I.anger Wunk-n. KoiirbtB of Honor 7!-Mee( Kitsl and Third Thursdays in each month W R Trigg Die lutor. Jonn M Moore Reporter. - K. of P -Meets sdjind n Wednosknys In (very month. Theodore Pohl C. C. M. Mayo m , wi . a. . MFNIlKCSSIIIIN "UTFRAKV CT.HB Ji. liiil.lsleto President sirs. i vvantslier ..Vice Prestileal I. Settle! inter .Sec, Treoa Mus Snrnh lienlwrg Librarian ami Critic dihki touh . II. F. Leii-slli.l,, Mrs.S. linldsniith, A. Ilium, Mrs. I. Sclilealnge., Dr. Rodcn. ATna)AY, t-FITDIRFj; 8 B01ED 8r8CPE8TIS0Es7 KKurcAR mfxtinq 8f.pt. 3) lim wP"!X- (ioWte;n, president )) ' )V Worthington, S. M. Sp7nr S' I!, swain, members. ' ' s- It ii ordered by the Board that the ollowiug tax be and the same U W ty leyted for county purposes, to wit tor General Countv, 1 4 For County Funtled Bonds, including interest, . For New llaiiroad Bonds, For Old UaUroad Bonds, ' It is further ordered that the Clerk of the Board certify this order to the sheriff of this county and to the Au ditor of Public Accounts. licenses to retail liquors were gran ted to Weiss,Iaber.tCo, Hampton. M. Spingarn, Areola; M. Itosenburg, Belmont; It. N. Howe, Lillie Store; Sam Harris, Pettit. Assessment of A. Yager on lot in t.reeuviUe reduced from $1500 to $1000, and Iroy Percy ou bonds re duced $1000. ALLOWANCES. Dr. Stockartl medical attention to pauper, . . i$ 10 00 Circuit Clerk, registration ac count WH, . . 123 6o Jat k Kstes, pauper account, 6 00 Ciliecrs ami members, . 27 00 The tax levy is about as we calculated it in the last issue of the Timf-s. It is probably higher than it will bo again ror some years ; as next year under the new real estate assessment as pro vided for, the State tax can doubtless be reduced. The eounty levy will be affected similarly ; and this year's tax includes provision fora deficit of$l,618 antl (i,000 of the fuuded deb. This will lessen the interest account In fu ture. Illustrating the unequal rutins of values we compare those of Yazoo aud VV ashiugton. In the former tho aver- ago valuo of Mules is 7o 75; 6,633 mules In azoo aggregating a value of $113,11)5. Iu Washington county 5,650 mules are assessed at a total of $336,910; or $59 80 per mule. Horses, Yazoo, 1,983, toliii;value $133,232; average $61 30. Washington., 1,400 horses, to tal value $76,155; average $50 50. The total real assessment of Yazoo county is $3,928,512. Compared by area, population aud production of the two counties, the disparity is no less In land than other values. Kveulng Post.J Elsewhere will be found tho monthly report of Comity Treasurer Cameron ami his statement of the county intleb eduess at dnte, the latter prepared by him at the special request of the Hoard of Supervisors. The showing made is one Unit cannot but gratify tho tax payers, a reduction ot $12,362,14 hav ing been mailt in tho debt since Sep tember, 1887, When it was $84,270,36, Its present amount beiug $71,908,22. DAT OF ATOXKUEXT. Ou Friday cveuiug uoxt with the setting of tho sun begins the most im portant of tho Jowlsh holy days, called Vom llakippuriiu, or Day of Atone ment. It is a time set apart for fast ing and repent aiico; a holy Sabbath, when no labor of any kind shall be tlone. All Jewish business houses will lie closed aud tho whole day spent in the Synagogue, which remains open until the setting of the sun on Satur- tiny night. Duriug the period of tho second Jewish commonwealth the cer emonies at the Temple were very elab orate on that day, tho High Priest ministering in the sanctuary. The im portance of tho day is fully narrated in tho xvith chapter of Leviticus, and a description" of tho rites is also eive Iu the various prayer books for the day. Services at tho Svnitirotfuo of the Hebrew Union will betfin on Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock, ami Saturday iiioriiiiig at iu o ciock. ABEKUKEX FAIR. Wo acknowledge receipt of compli mentary ticket to the above Fair. Be ginning October 16th, it lasts to the Hull inclusive. Its eataloguo presents rare attraction to lovers of lino stock antl excitement of racing. Tho peo ple of Aberdeen are known far and wido for their stvle and sticces in all nmimer of public entertainments ; and tho management promises miusal at tractions at tho races at tho season. (iood premiums are offered aud largo purses await tho winners. The pigeon shoot will bo a decided featuro and at tract tho champions front far and wide. Messrs. F. A. Wolf and W.S. Hamil ton of Jackson Mississippi have been iu Greenville during the Past week: tho former prospecting for investments. Mr. Hamilton has accepted a position in tho Merchants aud Planters Bank aud will be a citizen of Greenville in future. He is a young gentleman of high character aud first rate capacity. From a long and Iutimato acquaintance wuii linn we congratulate the new bank lu securing his services, and the city iu gaining lum as a citizens. A word in season sometimes eoes a long distance. Last week, in a notice of Mr. ('use, a sowing machine seller, wo said that no homo was complete without a New Home sewing machine; whereupon Mr. A. M. Vance, dealer in machines and attachments (office In Head's corrugated iron wagon and car nage house) ordered a dozen. We don't charge bro. Casje any commission on this sale, but just to copper the fact that a notice in an extensively read newspaper always brings grist to the hopper. Harry P. Lee, the old conductor of the Georgia Facil'tc railroad, has swit ched off iuto the real estato business. His olllce is duo door west of Bank of Greenville, If you want to couple on a SfHiaro man, hitch to him.TTle knows this country from the river to the forks of the road, and will trive throturb tickets to tho best bargains. ' Their Business Booming. Probably no one thine has caused snrh a general revival of trade at A. B. Fin lay A Co.'s Drug Store as their giving away to their customers of so msny tree trial hottlesof Dr. Kinu's Ifevr Discov ery for Consumption. Their trade is simply enormous In this very valimhle article from the fact that it always cures and never disappoints. Coughs, CidiK Asthma .llrnniliitis. Croup, and all throat and lung diseases quii dly mired. You van lest It hefore buylntr by cpittim a trial bottle free, large size SI. tvery bottle warranted.