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IBCIXTI IOTTS. Y, APRIL 5, ISSO. ; VE1THEK. heavy rain and itorm aud again on Tburs- I severe wiuii. These d to the comforts or availing situation. meter, 73 00 . 3.53 orey will preach in Hie ech to-morrovr morning tmcut of igs, Gold Plain Gold and Plated Fkank Bindbk's. call and sea the Fine tatuary Photographs in & Convert s stuuio. March 1. urcell aud family left Louisville, Ky to be it u HID. lhas returned Eastern mar is receiving mbler never grumble m's Cuill Touic. It is in reroinineuded, and sure. : A. B. Flnlay A Co rdixk was a passenger He Memphis thin morn 0 bia native home, Lir- L le overflow cau be seen ad are for sale at Bell's Jlery aplo ineut of Bronze aud L Stcrliusr nud Plated ( Frank Kindkr'b. luil poorest, the oldest he proudest aud uuin t nud smallest, all use II Tonic. Guaranteed K. B, Flnlay & Co. rut, April 10th, begins J of the Passover feast f the lecture will bo t crucified Jesus? Ser- i at 8 o'clock, aud on at 10 O'clock. r Fixings. f EASTER CLOTHES, 1CKWEA.U will And Ihem in our SritlNG in & SEARLE3, I Vicksburg, Miss. J parties loft by rivor iron of dry land : Mr. 's family; Kev. H ,d family, and Rev. Mr. family. Mr. Turner aud sister, Miss Mabel ndfty last for St. Louis I leave his family there subsides. sVEl) THE LATEST Id MM to r Weight ralcd lint in the U. S. ! M, C.A. lubject, "Lost aud Help d chapter, 6th verse ; E. der, I mm 54ILCH COWS JHSALEl leifer ciilf, $3Q. Mill calf, frlfi. lull calf, 50. leifer calf, $50. Apply to Chas. M. Williams. A by a passenger from Jajor J. M. Edward jcr of the L., N. 0. & T, with a serious accident ie on Sunday. A horse oft with him and threw iweut to Memphis, his Illinois Central Railroad bhysiclan, but no tatcr received as to his con lercml lferald. I ARNICA SALVE, va hi the worm tor Cuts, Ulcers, Halt Hheum, ! !r, Channed ilsnds. Chll and all Skin Eruptions, mres Piles, or no pay re naruntctxl to Rive perfetit money retunded. Price ox. For sale by A. B. mch3U:lv a Transfer. - ez, Jac kson & Coust An Compasv, Mish., March in, i0, y having this day told 4 all its rail road equip buildiugs, properties, egos, immuultics and he Louisville, New Or Itailway Company, and rcof buiug now given to ler, all officer" ? said Nalcher,, Jackson ltuilroad (Joinpnny are port aud account to the Id LoiiUvlIlo, New Oi as Railway Company in lepartniMits, nud receive Instructions from them, inocrat. ieclion it may bo staled, Mhority, that the Little (do a slnndard gaue to is very likely to be ex 3 that i lace. Commcr- Mr. Will Hood, Jr., was a visitor to oor city on Thursday. Mr. Wm. Urquhart is visiting his mother at her plantation home, Elena. Mrs. Willie Hamilton and children re visiting her father and hU family Jackson, Miss. Mr. Williams Holt, of Jackson, MUs, at preeut a guest of his sister, Mrs. O. W. Stoue, on Main Street. Mrs. J. G. Holland and little daugh ter have departed for New Orleans to make a vMt to relatives iu that city. Miss Mary Louise Yerger returned ome from Memphis on Sunday, and as gladly welcomed back after ber prolonged abseace. Mr. IL T. Rucks returned to the city on Wednesday evening, having been arduously battliug with the fierce waves of tbe mighty river on the levees above. Miss Corinne Urqubart, accompa nied by her brother, Mr. Jno. Urqn hart, and Mr. Wm. Griffin, rowed into port at our erstwhile protection levee, on Sunday last, and spent a few boors with friends In town. Misses Lcssie and Lid a Williams have gouo to Columbus via Memphis to make t lengthy visit; the limit of their absence to be determined by the fall of the great Mississippi. Sadly will their bright, cheery spirits be missed. Quite a number of the residents of the'northeru portion of our little city are vlsitiuz friends In the southern part or the hlgher(?) certaiuly the dry er district. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith and fam ily are guests of Mrs. A. W. Benoit on Theobold Avcnne. Miss Fauuie Smith and Miss Sallie Walker are at "The Park," the borne of Dr. Blantou. Mr. 0. II. Perry Is entertaining his wife and family in his law otBce on Washington Avenue. Mr. aud Mrs. Alex Yerger have a temporary homo with Mr. Wm. Yer ger aud family, who have a dry house but damp yard. Mr. aud Mrs. Jno. II. Bowcn and family aud Miss Sara Sutton are visit ing Mr. aud Mrs. Field Duubar on Broadway. Mrs. M. Montgomery and children are with Dr. aud Mrs. L. C. Mont gomery. Miss Johnson, who has been living in tho district now submerged, is at presont with Mrs. Chas. II. Starling and can daily promcnado to the Arch er School, where her duties call ber, Misses Laura Christian and Agues Easley are learning to paddle their own canoes, and successfully wend their way to the public school day after day. Mrs, Isaac Worthlngton and family, Mr. Lydia Johnson aud Miss Linnie Johnson, of Chicot county, Arkansas, are with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. II. Star ling at tholr home on Main Street. Some of our pretty girls are learn ing (he art of rowing, and make at tempts that, whether successful or no, meet with the applause of thoir tnauly escorts, who sit with folded arms en joyiug the novel experience of being served by the fair sex. Misses Hatha' lie Ferguson, Marlon Dunn, Louise Valliant, Rose Crittenden, Cnrrio Yer ger, Auule Mount and Virginia Hunt are becoming experts In t'jls graceful art. Boating parties are constantly niak ing merry tho otherwise dreary scene iu the Immediate region. Crafts of every variety and description are brought iuto service; the canoe, skiff, patteau or even a roughly constructed raft is eagerly sought and securod, freighted with the youth and beauty of our city aud entered iu this joyouB race after pleasure, making good what has ofteu been said of the Delta people ; 'Whatever Bky Is above us, Here's a heart for any fate." Tie Elver. The following is the record from ihe Government Water Gauge for the past week : Above low water mark (Ml. March !3 tpm, 42.95 30 4'-.85 "SI 42.83 April 1 - 42.75 3 - 42.68 3 42.75 4 42.48 Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. This morning gauge reids 42.25. Cairo Chittanoo;a.... Cincinnati Helens ittla Kock Memphis as & vine t. Louis Greenville Memphis low fore fixed for dropped oue foot. KITES NOTES. Weather clear and pleasant. Business quiet. River falling. Receipts 2110 packages. Shipments very light. BOATS DOWN. Uuldlnsr Star, from Cincinnati, Sun day, 100 packages. City ol V IcKsDurg. si. Louis, sunuay, 204 packages. Str. Belle Memphis, St. Louis, Mob- day, 570 packages. Str. Llty oi Cairo, si. i.ouis, n eunes- day, 240 packages. BOATS IIP. Sir. City of NewOrleani, Wednesday. The str. Crown Point owing to the storm Wednesday night, did not get up oelore Tliursuay. '.'apt. C. M. Chambers or tbe str. Chi cot, savs the 'storm Wednesday night did a great deal of damage to property In Arkansas. A small sail boat belonging to an Italian sunk near Pace's coal fleet Wed nesday night. The smoker city ana tow passed norm this mornlnp at 8:30 a. m. The river fell 11 inches last night. The str. Bella Memphis passed to St. Louis this morning with a good trip and many oassemters. me elexant str. city ot Monroe, wiu pass down to-night. str uoidea time w.u past up to-nigm tor Cincinnati. AprU 5, 1830. K. I 43 7 00 0.0 II 2 2.5 0 , 57 7 0 .6 47 3 0.0 .1 20 2 J 0 35 6 0 0 21 4 .4 0 17 t 1.1 0 42 25 0 0.43 water gauge hereto refereuce has been nil LIvtT loinjUaln t. mil tho small price of 75 Dili-self of every symptom !slng complaints, if yon our store and fret a bot i YalttUsM'r. Every hot ted guaianteion it, use ud if it does ) u no good n nothiug. t B. Flnlay & O. nl For Sale. The best paying bust ness in Greenville for sale. Satisfactory rea rrtl k sons given. j,h$ jew St, Charles Hotel, with all its Furniture, lease and good will, can be bought at reasonable figures. Terms one-half cash and balance on time. Address. S. GOLDSMITH, Prop. Or I. A. 'NEWMAN, Mgr. f 22 tf Decay of Sew Jerwy Firming. The decadence of agricultural In dustry in New Jersey has been cale4 recently in a variqty of ways to the at tention of Ihe State authorities. The report of tho agricultural bureau, just submitted, prescuts tho fads in a strong light. It Is Ihe belief of tho bureau that the existence of a number of men tracks In tho c.- s , I .... t,.io nas turned i ',rlin a stock-rajng community. One of the dilllculllos tho New Jersey fanner bu to eoittcud with Is that of securing as- sislunts, and especially fomale holn. Another drawback, i that tax rales have Increased so rapidly and have be come so burdensome as to eat up much of the profit of Ihe farms. Sinco 1831 tho shipments of cheese havr fallen off from, 147,9M,6U pounds to 6l,9Q'J,)'j8 pouuds. This, of itself, reprcsenls a lom of $8,000,000. The shipments to-England alone have fallen off 50,000,003 pounds. The lumber product was valued at .fi.OOO.OOO, aud the vnlue of tho 89,307 faruu in the Mato is placed ut $llJO,835,8!);t. Waiting for Rations. An employe of the Government fleet In the cilv to-day states that the negroes between Greenville aud Vicks burg refuse to work on tbe levees for any pay, as much as $2.50 per day and board being offored. This statement was verilled by Copt. II. C. Marion ucaux, of the Suubeam. Tho reason is that tho negroes believe the Gov ernment is goiug to issue rations aud they sit on the levees fishing and are patiently waiting for the manna to arrive. If Government rations do come, which are not probable, no able bodied negro competent to work will get a smell. There is plenty of work to be dono, but so demoralized Is the labor that boats have to go to Vicks burg or Memphis to secure it. Even lug Post Tho Commercial Herald publishes the following from here : Whereas, a great number of our people in the city of Grceuville, as well as throughout the country in the various oyerilowed districts, hare been driven from their homes by the floods and have been forced to huddle them selves oil the levees and iu the upper stories or cabins, gtu-housos aud pub lie buildiugs, together with animals aud poultry and without sufilcient food or propor means of sustenance, and sgalust all laws of health and are greatly In need of charitable assist- aucoi and Whereas, ine tow who are upon high land unmolested by the flood are unable to furnish sulllclcnt accommo dation aud aid for those who arc suffer ing ; therefore be it , Resolved, That a committee of fif teen bo appointod to solicit Immediate assistance through local subscript tions aud to request the State and Natloual Governments, as well as the philantropio publlo everywhere, to assist thorn in furnishing relief to tho suffercri at Groenvillc.Miss; the flooded district near aud around Offutts. Sk n. with aud Mouud Landing, Miss., and those along the Black Bayou and tiegue ! alaya basjus. ncsoiyea, mat tarn committee co operate with the white relief com uiittoes appointed by the town council In solicitiug and distributing such funds or assistance as are received from local contributions. All applications for aid and coutrl butious should bo addressed to A. G PcBrcc, Greeuville, Miss, Chairman of me colored Holier Committee. A. G. Tearce, Chairman, has dlsa- avowod authopzing (he pub.lloallou of the fqrogolug. It is premature to lay the least. Oue thing Is determined on by those having the matter in hand ralious if glveu out at all will not be given those who reluse the opportuni ty of work, as mauy have. t lne and Complicated Watches re paired. Satisfaction guaranteed, at Oct 19,-tf FANK UlNllKFi'S. School Examiners. The County School Board is called to meet at the Court House iu Green villeon 1st Monday of April, for the purpose oi electing a County Exam iner 01 leachcrs. At the same time Ihe Board of Supervisors will elect one Iu obedience to receut act of the Legislature, S. Archkb, Superintendent. 8. X. 6. An Act to provide for the organiza tion of the National Guard of the State of MississippL ! Section 1. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State ot Mississippi, That the proposed act of March 3rd, 1888, entitled "an act to provide for and establish au active militia of the State of Mississippi," and which is riuted and published as chapter 37, of Ihe acts of 1888, be and tbe same is hereby declared to be of full force and effect, as if the same was hereby and herein fully set forth, except as herein after uamed and amended, and all acts done under and by virtue of said pro posed act are hereby legalized and validated, as fully as if said proposed act had been legally enacted, and said proposed act of March 3rd, 1888, is hereby amended aud extended as fol lows : Sec. 3. That section 4 be amended so as to read as follows : Section 4. During the term of enlistment the mqmbcrs of the National Guard shall be exempt from road and Jury cluty or service, and when under arm from arrest except for felony or breach of the peace; provided, that the com- raaudiug officer of each company, troop or battery, shall furnish to each member of bit company, troop or bat tery, a certificate of membership, which shall be the ouly evidence to be re ceived by any court, or officer that the member is entitled to such exemption. Every such commanding officer shall and it is made hit sworn duty, as an officer of the National Guard to with draw aud caucel such certificate, when ever the holder thereof, without good and sufficient excuse, absents himself from four (4) successive drills or parades. See. 3. That section 28 be amended to at to read at follows : Section 28. That annual eucampmeutt of the Na tional Guard, for tbe purposes of dis cipline and instruction, shall be held for such length of time, at such time or times, and at such place or place aa the commauder-lu-chicf shall direct whother tho encampment shall be by battalion, regiments, or brigades, or otherwise, and there shall be an annu al inspection of each company, troop, and battory, and the armories thereof, by officers detailed for that purpose by the commandor-ln-ohief. Sec. 4. That there thall be a board of officers to bo stylod the "board of apportionment," composed of officers of the National Guard, and to be se lected aa herein provided, whose duty it thall be to apportion amongst the several companies, troopt and batteries, according to the needt of each the amount annually received from the gcnoral government, for arming and equipping the National Guard, and also to apportion in like manner any such turn or tumt of money at may bo appropriated from time to time by the State, Said "board of apportionment" shall be selected at follows : The com mander-ln-chlef shall within thirty (30) daya, after the passage of this act, des ignate two offlcort and the command' ing officer of each regiment or battal ion shall designate two officers and the commanding officer of each battery shall designate oue officer (or such des ignation or selection thall be made whenevor directed by the commander- in-chief). The names of the officers to designated shall be tont to the adjutant gen oral and record made thereof; tald board thall be convened by the com mander-ln-chief whenever be shall deem it necessary, at the Capital, or elsewhere ; and if such board be or. aereu to oe convened and a quorum (a majority) do not attend, or If it be deemed advisable not to convene, the board, a majority of the mcmbert of the board may consent iu writing, to any apportionment made or suggested by the adjutant general, and such ap portionment shall be valid. All vacan cics thall be filled as original appoint ments are made aud the members of such board shall serve as such, one (1) year, aud, their successors thall be ap poiuted in the same manner at the first appointments are made. Sec. 6. That thit act take effect from aud after its passage. Approved Febrnary 22, 1890. Fetitisn for Liquor Llcerse. T th " Hoaonbl Baud of SaMrriiors ot W anftoa Coanty, Uidelaippi. Wa, thfl Bsder mel eitixDt and tenl voterf of district No , hereby iirtiriuo your honor able body to gnat auto A. IaIKSCHFK nn to Kll vinoui sad ipiriHioM liqnnrt la iea qtiaauuM man oa. frsllos at fti. ptaco ox burin. at Uiillaatlal. laiJ County and Dis trict! We recommend tbe aaiU A Einehaer, ho is a resident ot the aaid Distriet. to be of good reputation, and a eober and emtabU per a to receive inch Uceoae ; and, la duty vuumt, mm wm ever pray, etc. Jake Le. Sam Lee John Lncknall J Rnnpi P Wel eeU Collins Sam Sbrad. S W ThrewliU W w iu.icr h w Mr&ae E c Jonea W D Hancock tt Hancock jt 1 sbrader J spin urn C Mever Preetoa U Lockett k E Vaunamn D V Rub sell T w Crou -h i: A Ferria J II Cron.-h O L stone m Bryant B A Bagley W II Malta J r Minco L Howerek kf S pnrker W Younr J araea OooduuR M teakena UWiltiW D MUl. H Prev J Pondeckitar C Bandera W Home D Price J Blair W Bouely 6 A urUng K Hall J Dardia N Browa U swineon 1 Snailer W Nor rta T Crow i Blair O William. J Wiltiama Sam Cotton B Drew B Thompson A tin 111 n S Beitea laeiaon w a airear u Banu&miia a Mur- be V H Lnr.n D Waahin1n. N Worth U ruk-het B ruith G W KchoU W H Grafton W U Cation K D Kcholi 6 W Litton Jaa Kit. Ben Griffin J Liaton J Barrister B Darts L Walkea WJiton u mil J Jonea J Behold T J wuiiama B Jackaoa C Williams A Trulv H Thouia. H Thomas J p Bryant A Cook A Evans C Keels C C Screws G Johnson K Robinson ti Wilson W Smith I Uichardaon 11 Hopkins A Sneers Joha a run H w H ureses 1 Wilson r Wilson Km itched T Batlei P Hurts A Hord 1 L Butler A Johnson J Has 8 Jonea 6 Mayham L Louia Williams M tialltur H Dske A Catholic Jno Chain.lin 11 Champin Hill B Cammol J Greta a cuiiiua a Dsroer j Barn.ii j varnj Sampson D Toll re V C Slaters H Heisln H Dicks L oil lemt al Ella O Kkharda E Banks C Moor Jim Tucker ti Connl.y B Hammers J Henderson A Miller O Starling S Moore 1) Hill J Carter B Jinkina J W lilts L Boneus U McCray r Fisher T Fisher W Worth 1 Koiaman 8 David J S Tur in DM WJtin I Palm A Cellia Louis Thomas S lor W Harao B Brown C H Brown 8 Hall Edd Banks W Walker U WasiitngtoB C Kile Kobt Williams Edd Harney A Wlrthlngtoa A Smith M Battler W Essitt L Steesl W Johnson llenrr Ross J Underwood D Kobinson T Dulivae M iBlf J LObb A Wa lit N Butler W Mitchell J Butler C Johnson W Heart M SedlsHeld Jos Uardnar P tiant K Gardner A Green J Thomas Dickson J D Dickson T Parkins W Burkea Clatron U North J Hinds ti Edward M Niglitou MitntOT u l.eaartn w ralrn ii w aaninitton c Bavonet w Fsrd J Nlghtsn 6 H Thomas George Washington B Anderson W M unlock L Jonea O W Kogls P Carter M White W Smith T Per kins u cream i tucker T Hlus p Blue H I ho ms. B l olliua P MsrtKamen C Cannan P Wil liams J Winston L Melner J Brown N Walker Cooper 1 Smith J Williams W Green U Washington S Armstrong B Boyd J Peter W Brown B Whit N Ward W Sbell A Moor T Tinner B Graham A Mitchell K Lee H Lee B LeeC H La U Pink C Harris W Thompson A Taylor L Kobinson W Harper W Ho-kln L Leyer s ntoss a jonet n tsrown n smars r Harris L Harris J Klements P Bird T Millet B Morton O Adams M G Milton O W Williams 8 Cotton J Mencpy C Williams D Worth H Hoi- sou u Jones J wiiuaroa BJonnson M willlains K Bush v n Unnsll B Miller H Welsa A Tavlor B Golloway B Hall T Nelson J Powsll B Stiles C Northbad B Breton G Webb W Lee P Cook M Noon 11 Clay F Sibley C Atkins II Burke U Adam B Toney F Psrks L Sims B Wlleen W touoe a i-arr nnnni n tieu r iinuar a Shotwtll at ilarrla B Coleman W Wilson J Poindexter J Hetderson B Hi ion F Blon K Gotray J Moa.by Corneily L Ctaper J Moa P Blunt U trankson B Clinton U Shalllnv a Fisher M Thomas G Bale M Jenninxs T MosebT F Alden M Hull J Black T Roberaon V Scales G Weils P Harper M Webb J Wells G Harrington M Thompson H Spencer 8 Nltthtee R Mgbtsoa W Rul In W Wood P Moore B Stewart M Black smith P Boman 8 King J Johnaon T Powell i Arley M saddler J While M Trimble L Harris M Banor L Boyd M Holmes M Marshall W Ash It R Willis 1 Bryant J Webster J Walker II M Copllnjr A Maah B Ball Cooper W Green W Aioore j carter u Atmerson at Jones j t,araeti M Cnry B Clirtun II Greeu B Adams G Catholic si Thompson a aims M rrankson m uurrr M Temples B Carson M Stewart B Smith M Merry l Alston n itis si uroaier ai Kanason H nil llnxham G Stroenger M Paderson II Clinton M watson at rienungn kodidsou hi Hens riaoer M uowkina at itavea G rata 8 Allen B Cole man u Hash 8 niamo H Jenkina M Holden Foster B Batta N Whllefle d C MurirG Glover M Underwood G Cooke M Yarber Q Jackson M Beardly a Sllwan M Uedrlok M Lane. April . Epoch The transition from lontf, lingering and painful sickness to robust health nmriss an epoch in the life of the indl viduai, Such a reuiarksho event 1 treasured In the memory and the ajrenc niiercuy tun gooa neaitn ni talned is Bracefully blessed. aiessit. ratorno & (.'nnvoik, photo Lrrnj'liers, in i'litlps bullilhig, are uow prepared to mnke plioligm.bs inueh lurger and finer, as they have recently added to thoir Studio an Instrument to mako photographs half life slo from tun auujeci, Uarcn I. TIion. C. Williams' - nd brate LUCY IIINTON TOBACCO Sold at Factory Pricks by TeGoMH Cotton aii ProYision Co. SOLB AGENTS, H1 (iHEENV ILLE. MISS. cirATiqTNoricE. " The State of Mississippi, , Washington county, J -7197. To tho Lee Denliij Croeory Company. An Htlnohiiitint at" tho suit of Geo. A. Fleming & Co., nunlnsl your estnte for $2.01H,37 dollar reliirnitble before the Ciifiit Court of Washington county, Misolssippi, has been executed ami is now pending in sahl court ; and unle-s yu uppiar before said ooiirt on the 1st Monday of May, WM) ami plead to 61 actionjuilircment will be entered aud the estate attached will be sold. Jas. U. Marshall, March 17, 1890, Clork. ealth has bean a lflHAfld. linnc.n It is that so much is beard in praise of nieciriu umers. o many leeltbevowa tiielr restoration to health, to the use of me ifreai niiermiYe na Tonlo. It you are trouuieq with any disease of Kid neys, layer or Stomach, of long or short standing you will surely find relief by use ofElectrlo Bitters, sold at 50o aud i per ootueatA. U. Flnlay A Co.,'s s-sa Usfntuitj NOTICE THRCHITEfjfS. Plana and specJOcAtions Invited for huiUliug a Court House to cost not exceeding 65,0QQ ; and a Jail tli llfllll a B nisnu A a annnntu tiers; to be erootocl l lin eli'v of COTTOIST At IT 1-2 cts. Per Pound. Rue Mhzn. Sole cf the Ssascn. With onliuary cultivation and harKllinar bv negro labor my em ire crop of Sixty-live Hale of Long Staple Conor (lat pu kui tncla-itit) Ui (his season by Mown. Uatria, Iay Jt Co. , New Orleans, La., at 1? 1-2 cts. Par Pound. Prolific Tirietj and turns otit more lint in pio fejit.Mti to seeUotittoo ttiin any otiier fnnie staple . eil for sale. Prires: $i p-r pevk, i er halt bttsibel, 41 er buhil Sp-ial rtc t'ur4uauti tie, t'iir tanner laurticultirs v riiv t H. H UAVb, BruitewkkP O ( Misi. mchtVM. POSTED. All persons are hereby notitied and warned against hunting or shooting on Belle Air Plautatiou. This notice Is peremptory all persons disregard ing it will bo legally proceeded against Martha R. Blanwn. mvrch 8-1 m CITATION NOTICE. The State of Mississippi, ls , nR7 Washington Uotiuty. J ' ' To Henry Uottllch- An attachmeut at the suit of M. Lemler against your estate for Two Hundred aud Sixty-six and 80-100 Dollars returnable before the Circuit Court of Washington County. Missis sippi, has been executed and Is uow pending in said Court; and unless you appear before said Court on the First Monday of May, 1890, and plead to said action, Judgment will be entered and the estate attached will be sold. Jas. G. Marshall, Clerk. March 29-4L ATTACHMENT NOTICE. The State or Mississippi, Washington County. ) To The Lee Deming Grocery Com pany! An attachment at the suit of C. G Bcardslee against your estate for the sum of three hundred dollars has been sued out beforo i). B. O'Bannon, Justice of the Peace of Washington county, Mississippi, returnable before the Circuit Court of said county of Washingtou, and has been executed and Is uuw ponding in said Circuit Court, and unless you appear bofore said Circuit Court on the Tlrst Monday of May, 1890, and plead to such action, judgment will be entered and the estate at tacbed will be sold, and debts gar nlsbeod will be subjectod to the pay ment of said judgment. Witness my baud and seal this March 27, 1890, Jas. G. Marshall, Clerk, 7.081, CITATION NOTICE. The Stato of Mississippi, ) v Washington County, f0. To Henry Gottlich : An attachment at the suit of N Goldstoin & Co, agninst your estnto for Thirty-five Hundred Dollars returnable to the Circuit Court of Washington county, Mississippi has been executed and Is now pending in said Court, aud unloss you appear before said Court on the First Monday of May, 1890, and plead to said action, judgment will be entered agaiust you and tho estate attached will be sold. Jas. G. Marshall, Clerk SHERIFF'S SALE. The State of Mississippi, i Washington County. In Circuit Court, to May term, 1890. Gayden Drew, et at ) vs. Fi Fa. Xo. 6553. E. C. James, et al. ) By virtue of the above execution, to me directed, I shall exposo to public sale, at the door of the Court House in Greenville, within the hours prescrib ed by law, to the highest bidder, for cash, on the FIEST MONDAY OF APSIL, next, all the right, title and interest of the Defendant, E. C. James, et al, iu and to the following described proper ty, situated in said couuty and State, to-wit : Certain piece of land containing 105 74-100 acres uescribed as follows : com mencing at n w corner, scctiou 11, township 15, range 8 w, thence running eastS9aud69-100 chains on section line, thence southl7and 68-100 chaius.thence west 69 and 81-100 chains, thence north 17 and 68 100 chains, theuee east 20 and 12-100 chains to point of beginning; being tbe laud Involved iu the suit of Gaydon Drow, et al, vs E. James, et al. So. 6553. In which judgment was rendered at Dec. term, 1889, of the Clrcui t Court of said county iu favor of said plaintilT. Ihe same having been levied upon as tbe property of tho defendant, and will be sold to satisfy plaintiff's claims and all costs. Jno. L. Griffin, Sheriff of Washington couuty. march 1541 M. J. GOLDSMITH, Secretary. Mauager Cotton Depi The Goldsmith oil COTTON as! PI fTTfi TO" 11 S. GOIiDSJIITJI, President. -ESTA.BLTsini:r iisr isti. The Oldest Wholesale and Iictn.il GROCERY HOUSE in Ihe Delta. Cotton and Country Produce handled on consignment on a complete Commission Merchant's system. Correspondence solicited A IMLLY 11:011 Till I mi: ll!:D. -1 o o o et ca o CO W o M 9 B o 1-1 CD r ft 0 ft .8 . CO cr p CD t CD Cu C a CD G. o 1-1 O CD CT3 o o Q O & o The undersigned tah e pleasure in informing their friends and patrons that they will continue in the Liquor and Tobacco business IVcxt Door to IYoIms & dJoItl-sfein, and are prepared to fill all orders. Thanking you for your past hind patronage and soliciting a continuance of name, we are, Yours truly, Feb23 Delta Liquor and Tobacco Co. GBNTLBMBNI IvE-ST STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS Has arrived, and consists of the latcsts nov elties introduced for the season. Dress Suits, fancy suitings, also a large and elegant line of English Troivseriwfs. Only such goods as are hepi by first-class houses. Patronize homo industry and keep the money at homo. .1. 11. I.lCUIVKn, Horchant Tailor, feblS U RISEN VILLI; MI83. I. P. WILLIAMS, MANUFACTURER OF FINE BOOTS ail SHOES OF THE LATEST STYLES. Ladies Shoes and Rcpairinc a SDCCialty "Neatness and Dispatch," my motto. In workmanship I defy competition. Satisfaction guaranteed in every respect. It? Over S. R. Geise & (Jo's Crocfc ory Store, No. 12 1-2 Walnut Street. Feb. l-:ira. The Delta Insuranc Ol GKEENVILIxE MISS. e Co. CHAS. M. WILLIAMS. Prcsiicnt, HENRI T. IREYS. Vice Prcsiicnt MARSHALL J. WELLBORN. Secretary. Companies Represented: JEtna Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn. Hartford Insurance Co.. of Hartford, Conn, Niagara Insurance Co., of New Yorh. Norwich Union Insurance Co., of Knguind. Mechanics Traders Ins- Co., of New Orleans. Mississippi Home Insurance Co., of Yichaburg. iaeuiy ana uasuauy uompany, oj cw xorn. Olllco: 318 Washington Avenue, WILCZINSIU 11LOCK. W.H Stowsrs, Proprlstar, Hubbsrd Walks, Managsr. Sola Agents for BEHB BKOS., HanariaiiiETcrctt PIANOS, And Tilt WorM Rrnowneil ESTEY ORGANS The Stowcrs IMAM) ;i nd 1 1 IIM11 Sill CO UKAI.KIW IN PIA.1STOS. OEGANS, Furniture, Trunks, Clocks, ESTABLISHED 1869. M. YAGER, The old and Reliable Bakery Dealer In Family aud Fancy GROCERIES Confectionaries, etc. FRESH BREAD, CAKE, etc. Constantly ou hand. Goods delivered at all hours of the day Fresh Bread deliveaed at resi dences every evening. Thanking my patrons aud the public generally for viast patrouago, I respect fully request a continuance of the same. CHEAP FOR CASH, OR ON EASY PAYMENTS. uov2-6ra Washington Avcntio, GREENVILLE, UIS9, JOS. WALL, FOUNDRY and II A( IllMl SHOP. GREENVILLE, MISS. Having established a Foundry in connection with my Machine Shop, I am prepared to make all hind of Iron and Brass Cistings'oi short notice and at reasonable figures for cash. Boiler Fronts, Orate Bars, Stove Castings, House Fronts, and Every thing Tertaining to tbe Foundry and Machine Shop Business STEAMBOAT AND PLANTATION WORK A SPECIALTY, Terms Strictly Cash. Eepaib Wobk Teomptly Dona Shop on Central Avenue. near.Georuia Pacific Railroad r 1 - 1 1 1 iir . "IVUUTIUU. sKhlrnrlnli mm 11 1 v Stela df Mississippi, to bo filed ou or beforo Mny 6th, 1890, at 12 m. For further particulars, apply to C. M. JOHNSON, Clerk of Hoard of Supervisors. incli8-4w. JOHN C. HSAD. N. T. KELSON, HEAD & NELSON, (snraeaaors to 4. p. Htd A Ca.) B.laoksmiths and Woodworkers. We CUrry a full stock of wagon, Buggy and Plow Material, Employ only First-Class Workmen, and Guarantee all work done by us. We uinke a specialty of Fine CAKKIAUK ANP tUHiHV TMIMMINO AM) PAISriNU, AN I) Hi HI tit SllllKIXU A trial is all we ask. Tkkms C'anh. All bills due on presentation. niH-Uin (Planters' OlIS Mill., 'Patronage, EonciTED,'rEoMPT.SErrtEMENT8 Made and Satisfaction Guaranteed. KANSAS MEATS The re-opening or my meat supplv lmsliiets, on or ubout the 15th Inst., will he In the shop on the East aid of Walaut Street, next the Main street corner. I kave made arrangements for Daily Shipments by Express for Finest Western Meats, ISir and will keep no other.ftt Will also supply FISH (ME AMESm) POULTRY. liitendlim In the future, as 1n the past, to spare no efforts to Rive satlsfantlon to all customers, I respectfully solicit L. P. LAURENT, ... '"riP'TlT of Mn js Lanrnnl OraaaTlUa, ktiaa , layt, lo. isw. WORTHAM & GRIFFIN Keep in stock a full line of Office Htutionery School Books, Blank Books, Call special attention lo our 12 Mo's and Papertries, LEATHER GOODS, ALBUMS. AUTOGRAPHS, Gold and Steel Pens, Eoffors and Wostennolm't Cutlery, : ' " '"11": mm t - n 1 1;-tpt-TM tLLL Planters are cordially invited to call and inspect'oi" OIQABS. Et., Etc ot learn our plan oi management ana operauon.