AvuxETmEsjGreat Slaughter in Clothing and Gents' Furnishing and other Goods!
DAT. JTLY 2. 1S37. j
il E.IT1UER RECORD, j
1S beeu rather too much
agthe past week; espe
Lermometer, ' &
oX."-Ii"oar article on
wth of Greenville," in
'ane 25th, the amount in-
Manufactories was uu
4ed; nd should have
1 000 iustead of 1200,000.
luitted in the list to in
ifonndryand boiler mak-
Sshwent and one ateam
e in oor extra ediUon of
'b circulated chiefly in
pties of the ueua.
Ilia now has the advent
ther "special train, in
o those already proviuea,
Wreat3p. va. connect
czinski with train No. 15
;hto New Orleans; ar-
ricksbnre at 7:15 p. m
r Orleans at 6 a.m. The
3urn train, or No. 13,
future at 5:15 p. m., In-1-30
p. ni.i and connects
ki with No. 20 for limit
is and the season wanes,
' .1 ma ilia. nfionnABt
Von ever saw at
B. Wou & Co's.
A.t GJreutly Iteduc-ctl JLriccM
Onr Entire Stock of Summer Goods VOTL SIXTY DAYS FROM DATE
COST WILL SOT BE CONSIDERED. ' Included in this sale is every lino that we carry. f THET MUST GO while they are seasonable.
Lawns at 3 1-2 to 5 cents. Pacifies, 10 cents, white Lawns and cross-bar Muslins at cost.
Unlanndried Shirts, 50c. 75c. and $1.
Navy Blue Suits, from $4 to. $7,
lOO Suits from $5 to $10. Actual costj from $10 to $18. Linen Duster, 35 cents
A Great Drive in HOSIERY, Come right along, while everything is down to bed-rock prices. Don't be a clam, but rush in with the Jam
BEMEMBEE, Mr. Wolf caught the Philadelphia market at its lowest ebb, and bought these goods for cash. They are not shoddj nor second-hand, bnt llrst-class goods from the boat houses id the United SUtes, and we dofy denial of the fact.
B. WOLF & CO.
to call on Hal Bucks
i come to Greenville,
nd him two doors above
lern Hotel. ''The best
at Lowest 111068 for
ber tne vabiktx
tore on Walnut street
ve from twenty-fits
CPOt. by making
ascs there. jnnei
re under the impression
I m mis portion 01 uui
'd os far dpwn as Areola
'd enough to boast of;
Ionian who lives at IIol
a informed ns that from
wn the promise is much
no casualty shall come
be a year of abundant
Jut you can tell nothing
in crop unui u is picitc
sed. Worms, drought
Ve are between blossom
Honest Dealing, Straight Goods and Low Prices!
Nothing will be spared Great Bargains in Dress Goods. How is tins for Low t
Fine line of Bleached and other Staple Domestics.
lOOO pieces Ribbon, all shade
Actual Cost, 10 to $18
Greenville, June 11, 1887
New Orleans. June 30.
Cotton, Ordinary 8
uooa uramaxy:..... -"
J,ow Middling 101-16
" Middling 10 7-ltt
Fork (St.Lotiisi 1
OiU u i
The River, i
The following is the record from
the Government Water Gauge for
me past wees :
A Dove low water mark.
Saturday, June 23 4 p. m., 21 40
coiner on whpaj
bulsbed tlie street.
Wolf 'i corner on shirts
beet more than It hurts.
who would bear
ilrty ihlrt to wear,
nu go to B. Wolf & Co.
u Uulaundried Shirt for
70 cents, and $1.
wanted LIGHT HAT,
fill g. Clock left for Lit-
on Thnrsday, to bring
daughter, Miss Willio,
.been attending school in
Prepare yourself for the fuu at
the Opera House on July 19th.
Trial bt jprt,
a Coniio Opera, in two sots, will be
given with the assistance of Mrs.
Bella McLeod Smith end a very
strong cast. The new arrange
ments and the ludicrous situations
will surely keep the audienoe in a
continuous roar of laughter.
Oui little friend Emanuel Gold'
smith, who baa been at scnooi in
Cincinnati for the past 10 months,
has returned to gratify his parents
with the record of good work as
a student. His diligence and pro
flciency have entitlod him to ad
vancement from the intermediate
to the high school. For the pre
paration which has enabled him to
secure snob early entrance to the
higher brauuhea gf fhe school, be
fools indebted to the oareful cul.
ture of his Greeuville teuober,
Mr. Win. M. Green.
It will pay you to examine my
stock of 1 -
WITCHES, AUTISTIC CLOCKS,
BRONZES, LAMPS, TABES,
Stattjary and Art goods,
gTKRLlNg 8LVPB AKP
Musical Instruments, Etc.
And learn my prices before buying
elsewhere. All of my Fall pur
chases were manufactured to my
order, which Insures
HEW AND CLEAN GOODS
IWOt LATEST DESIGNS."
My warrant is as follows :
1st. That my gopds are Just as
represented first quality.
2nd. That they are offered as
low as they can be sold for, qual
3rd. To take back and refuna
money promptly for every artiole
if not fouiid fully op to represen
tation. A. T. KifiiSoKUlvKK.
Friday, July 1
June 30, 17.
Chattanooga 3 7
Cincinnati X 4
Helena 17 t
I.lttleRock 4 4
Memphis 13 4
Nashville 1 3
Pittsburg 1 9
8t. Louli in 1
Vlcksburr 19 9
The Greenville packet company
has chartered the Morning Star, a
fleet clipper built propeller, which
has beeu in the mail service for
some time between Batou Rouge
and Bayou Sara, where she has
made a good record. She arrived
here at 11 o'clock last ulght and.
departed for Greenville at 0 o'clock
this morning with Cnpt.Edrlngton
in command. She will make one
trip a week and the Thil. Armour
wjll make two trips week. yickfl-
Now is the time to mane every
dollar counts and it Is an act of
simple kindness to the public to
tell them that at the Hard Gash
HpuBE, o Ha T. Rucka yon eau
get everything in the provision
liue at prices that cannot be un
dersold, where down weight and
full Keasure are considered in the
business. Ho keeps his stock
fresh by poptapt renewsls. BPJ
guarantees all goods that leave
bis house. junell
clla McLood Smith, who
it in "Trial by Jury," has
the hospitality of Mrs.
pith during ber Btay iu
Fall line of
Light Weight nothing
nnk of Greenville will be
id under charter from the
lout July 15th, with $250,
iations for subscriptions
I will be received by
2t. W. A. Pollock
P HaV-a ""
Lulft, daughter of Major
I G. M, Williams, is at home
lool for the vacation pe
klsmith has let the contract
prick stores next to I)r,
fs drog store i aud the
ring ia going rapidly ahead,
tr will at once build and
10 gap in front of the Ice
pe week only, Unudker-
St ONE CENT EACH.
ft. VfOl.F ft CO
want a Silver or Gold
I a Clock, Silver or Hated
it reasonable prices, go to
"reliable Jewelry House of
1 J3RMAN, Walnut street,
krnutee is unquestionable,
the FfHDces Cleveland
ty liaudaoine and stylish
oiviMl nt Min Ida Wan
It Store, Greenville.
Xsidcnces of Mr. C. E. Liv
I (A. Mann, contractor) and
. Uriffin, (J, J. Harty, con
on opposite sides of Broad
Fount uroenville, are being
? Imwnsnt cost.
Major Millsaps, a capitalist of
Jackson, has been in Greenville
aud at his friend's, ex-Auditor
Gwin, on the Greek during the
past week. He intends a number
of investments Uere aod la the
oounty, being gTeatly pleased with
the Delta and Its capital.
It must be a miserably poor
nose that can't afford to wipe Itself
on a ONE CENT Handkerchief.
This is tho price for one week at
July3 lt B. Wolf & Co.
Warm Spell Clothing and FurnlMilnfra,
Bummer Cawlmeres, Cheviots, Sergei,
Mohain, Alpaca and Seenucker in
great variety. Beautiful Specialtlea in
Underwear and Neckwear. Noveltie In
Straw Hut, Handkerchief, IWf Uwe,
Mr. J. W. Cutter, of the South
eru Oil ("null monopoly") Company
lias been making a trip through
the Delta recently) making ar
rangements, for seed houses and
agonts In all sections of Its terrt
tory. Tneir Company proposes to
see that seed brings its true value
in the coming season, and wants
all plauters to give it a chance to
bid before selling.
Mr. E. C. Monnt has returned
and is engnged in the prelimina
ries to the establishment of the
First Rational Bank of Greenville,
Ladies Handkerchiefs for TEN
cents. B. Wolf & Co.
Mrs. Nathan Goldstein returned
from Cooper's Wells on Wednes
day, and has been greatly bene
fitted b,y (be v f Hi health re
storing wators, Mr, Goldstein
speaks tn the most flattering terms
f me admirable hotel at the far-
famed Wells, the elegance of Its
table, and the restful comfort of
its large end thoroughly ventilated
bod rooms, It is especially a place
of rest and restoration for inva
lids. Under the prohibition laws
of Hinds connty not a drop of any
liquid stronger than water is kept
(In sight) at the hotel.
A man will be out of faBhion on
the 4th of July if be does not
wear one o( B. Wolf & Co's thirty
five cents Dusters.
Mr. Ben Backs, who is so well
and so favorably known, will be
found hereafter at the grooery
bouse of Head St Co., where he
will be pleased to meet his old
friends. Ben has been so long iu
the grocery business that its every
department is as familiar to bim
as bis a b c's, and bis Integrity is
so well established that any arti
cle be recommends needs no fur
ther endorsement, To unflinching
reliability he adds the unvarying
courtesy of a gentleman, and in
secunng his services the bouse of
Head & Co. has got the most de
sirable stock In their business.
The brick livery stable on Mai
street has been finished with
handsome ornamental front, wbic
makes it an attractive building.
Mrs. T. C. Foster left yesterday
for a summer visit to relatives an
friends in the serene and healthy
hills of Scott couuty.
Mrs. H.B.Theobald baa present
ed tlOOO to the Grenada Female
College; one of the most deserving
in the State. We have been in
formed that it Is a cause of regret
to this venerable and estimable
lady that Greenville has no edu
cational Institution worthy of her
benevolence. We hope It will not
long be thus. j
The Georgia Nellie Extensloa.
f Special to Commercial Herald. J
Columbus, Miss., Jane, 28. Mr.
J. 0. Motley, iu charge of the
Geogia racinc corps of engineers,
left here this morning, locating the
line west to Greenwood,' Miss.,
beginning the survey at this point,
instead of at Starkville, as pre
viously stated. The line will cross
the Mobile & Ohio Railroad at
Mayhew. , ;..,,,'., i
The foregoing is gratifying as
surance to our citizens of the prob
able early realization of their fond
est dreams. The completion of the
Georgia I'aciflo, East and West,
through the Delta touching the
river at Greenville. Now if the
River Commission will order the
work ahead; on. our towq (rout, our
6000 population will reach 10,000
tn tho next census report.
Oriental Laces and Flounoiugs
just received by
July3 It B. Wolf & Ooi
'.he price of urlnki may r'e "! hU,
And greenback mar go down)
But "Arkantaw Traveller" I'm bound
As long at there's f-y 1 town.
There bas been in Greenville for
the pt week an orchestra combi
nation giving musical exhibitions.
There la only one musician but be
plays on two violius, a base viol
and a clarionet simultaneously. He
is blind too and makes good music.
He i ajded and abetted by a com
plicated looking mechanical eon
trivanco consisting of wheels,
belts, cranks, and treadles,, which
he works with his feet, knees and
elbows, no designed and made
the entire outfit of mechaulsin)
and says it took him 13 years to
complete aud adapt it.
BUCKLEY'S ARNICA SALVE,
The IIkut Salyk In the world for Cuta,
Brulxea, Sores. Uleert, Salt Rheum, Ke-
ver Sores, Tetter, unappen lianaa, nu-
blalna. Corns, and an Skin tntmionn,
and nosltlvelv cures Piles, or no pay re
quired. It U guaranteed to glfe perfect
satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
.1 - . 1 O ha. A It
ifrl ceil.H yf T UUA. IV maiv uj '
Unlay A Co. mchlO:ly
The frame of Denton and Skin
ner's steam giu and grist mill, three
stories high, near the Americau
oil trust mills, is up aud will be
completed lu ample time for the
Cnpt. S. G. Carter, a prominent
cotton buyer of Meridian, started
from that place yesterday morning
on his way to Liverpool and the
continent in the Interest of his ex
port cotton house. He will start
from New York on the steamer
Germauia next Wednesday and
return in September. Commercial
If you want a Buggy, Currlage,
Phaeton, Dog Cart, Jump-Scat or
any kind of a Boad Wagon or
Dump Cart, we would advise you
to see HEAD & CO. Tbey keep
all kinds of wheel vehioles always
on hand. They handle the cele
brated single conter spring Buggy,
the Doctor's favorite the best
buggy In the world.. They also
handle the well known Columbus
Buggy. Give them a call, jelltf
The active members of the Phil
harmonic Club had a rehorsal last
night, and are preparing for the
social meeting and entertainment
of the Club on Tuesday next at
8 p. in. at the Opera Houso.
A negro man named Jim Browo
died on Thursday morulng from an
attack of cholera morbus. Before
his death be charged a woman
with having poisoned bim with
some food she bad given him. To
determine the matter, the health
offlcer, Dr. Wm. Ball, made a post
mortem examination, took out the
man's stomach, and upon its chem
ical analysis by Mr. Wm. Toy, of
Finlav's druir store, no trace of
poison was discovered. '
Jackson. Miss-. June 30. Hon
B. W. Bauks, Collector of Internal
Revenue, is to day transferring
the records of his office to b. 1,
Shields, Collector of the District
of Louisiana, under the recent con
solidation which abolishes the of
fice here and attaches the State of
Mississippi to Louisiana. From
this date, all persona in this State
wantincr revenue stamps, must ap-
nlv to Collector Shields at New
-, , .: Ceiaty ieaveatlea.
In accordance with the order of
the Democratic Executive Com
mittee of Washington county, the
different beat meetings for the
purpose of selecting delegates
and alternates to the Democrrtie
County Convention and to nomi
nate their respective beat officers,
are hereby called for Wednesday,
July 6th, 1887, at places designated
by the Executive Committee at its
ueetlug; tiiAnd the Democratic
County Nominating Convention is
hereby called to meet at Green
ville on Wednesday, July 13, 1887,
at the Opera House at 12 m.
'' ' Th. Pohl,
8oc'y Dem. Ex. Com. .
More Uoaors fof WasaJagtei Cesity
lK ' Stadtits.
r, At the commencement exercises
of St. George Hall, Baltimore, Md.,
Tuesday, a gold medal was award-
for superior scholarship. A gold
medal for scholarship was awarded
to J. M, yrqubart, of the same
We congratulate Mrs. TJrqubart
on this honorable distinction won
by ber sous. ' v ' ; ' 1 ' 1
v The greatest of these ia char
ity;" and lu that chanty which is
expressed in liberal giving to the
ueody this community is almost
unparalleled.' A family came here
a short tune ajnpe with uieaus to
live upon until ita bead could eb
tain employment, Bn c)lMU
assailed Jm, and soon the little
store gave out. Pride prevented
reveaiment of their condition until
the death of one of the children
made kuown tho fact that they
were destitute. That was enongb
to stir the hearts aud open the
hands of oar citizens. A gentle
man who loves a kindly deed set
out at once on n mission of char
ity, and all he met claimed the
privilege to give, and in less than
an hour he bad enough to put
comfort Into that bereaved and
suffering household, ! , And the
pitying angels of heaven t well, we
believe auvhow that the man who
did this was rewarded In bis deed,
aud that they who gave were
richer for the gift. , . , ,
What's The Difference
A Man Going Down Walnut Street Eating Chestnuts, or
A Alan Going Up Chestnut Street Eating Walnuts !
Answer I Oh Bhuckal
Or about the same difference yon will find if yon Investleatetbe vari
ous statements of my competitors, each and every one of whom claim
to be underselling all the others, and the combined statement of alt
DON'T AMOUNT TO SHUCKS.
Actual Values, True Wirth, Real Bertt, New and Actractlve
Ooodat at -.
G. 7IAR3HAIiIR, BARGAINS.
What I say and what they say may Mend very similar, same as this doe :
OTTO B. BCHOTT. ' OUGHT TO BE SHOT.
Yet there is a vast difference between the BManlng and the sound. 4
Remember E. O. MARSHALL has lust received a second HEW Stock, kavlni
elosed out many large ana small lots, at M Opening Prices. I am prepared to
won in nr.n, hkiuiit ana e bVA.hu fi
K. O. MAKMIIALL'H Banalna are not
word Bargains, they exist in His goods tad a is enstomer will tell tod tola Is so,
so ask them or call for the proof at E. 0. MAK3H ALL'H.
HATS ! HATS ! HATS ! HATS !
And MILL.IISE11Y GOODS.
The Unrest and best assortment In town, from IS cents up. Real Ostrich feath
ers, In all the new and desirable shades, at SO cents for a bunch of three.
Flowers in groat variety and at all prices.
NEW LAWN 8, In elegant colors and patterns, lower than the lowest.
Fine White Phsre Iwns I ets per rare. nandsom Crinkles I ets per yard
VHUUsHVl aVlUlftl llUUUUUil
(Successor to Oakland College.)
TORT GIBSON, MISS.
AM BS BOWED KHOVL FOR HOY a
AMn YUtNti JSES.
Iaora!ac Yearly Smaeeta. -
W. C. (it tiihik. Prlncloal. r
0. Uaxx, , , J.A1. Au.Kf.
j. U, UU.KKSOX, . Hey. D. A. 1'iaxck.
The next seftalon bvgtus Srt. IJlU.l",
ana enusaune urn,
Tallin ul llonnl iwr fOMiun. tlia.- Tuitlim
only. SM. far other tett4-a ruhtlotcue.
wn-naif mui( im pulti on mitring, and th Iml
not by Jamui-y ll, lftj
ful In iht hl-loi-y oftnr ArMrirlnv. im htinthml
anl twenty Svn tuilruu hnvttiic wn umttrl.
rortJiiHioKHvwii&teMtiiiiiiMiaH. una uilteruu
pottnnl unrticulun illrr'
LIIA4. T WIIAKTOV.
t-TfH t)'ty. Tnn.urrr.
TH. MAYOR '
Offers the old store for rent,
and will move Into the newly erec
ted brick store opposito Bell's
photograph gallery, on Washing
ton avenue, during the mouth of
July. 1 '
In the meantime I offer my well
selected stock at reduced prices.
Hope all will take advantage of It.
Respectfully, , i
Junel8 4t Til. MAYOR.
Fine Cross barred Nainsooks, a eents per yard.
pieces of the handsomest French ftateens of the season, at reduced prices.
1'arasols and Fans, closing out at almost any price,
TII12 I AllClEST
The Greenville Ice Company bas
(lisnosed of the town delivery una
Dr. M. Rimfi..!.!. K.litor of tlm '"" r- "' ""1
" ' . .11 i. .Mi nnl nl Kl in
Jcwinh rViitnr,leln fliwiivlllej ' ' . 0rd,. given to Mm
rand faYotcd o, witb an appreciated 0f left at the offlun or Ice
RENEWS HER YOUTH.
ir. Fetenon. Clny
Iowa, tells the following remarkable
SHOES ! 0HOE0 ! 0HOE0 !
Vhe Boas Mock In Qresavil'-, Ihe Lowest Woes and the Best Goods,
which will defy oooipetltlon.
J rnMk.Ml4Aails I am headquartrrt. Theyoan'tbebeat
L&C63 aUQ tlslDrOliiSriSS. in Msortment,beauty andeheapness.
Large line of OENT8 rURNISHIKG GOODS at popular prices,
Come! Do not linger! Take away these bargains! ld
out of fashion, so 1 will
Commence the Slaughter on Monday Next,
E. Q. UtAHOII ALL,
ZJEABXK or low mioxt,
Walnut Street, Greenville. Miss.
1 dont want them to grow
sail enntlna thmhot th
kalaiKn of Ike smmub.
On Both Continents-
JOS. SCHILTZ Brewiis Co.
Keg and Bottled Beer
The Greenville Ice Depot Is now
ready to fill all orders for Ice,
Lake or Machine local or by rail
or river. ' 1 April 23-tf.
During my absence parties having bus
iness with Die or with Mrs. II. B. Tbeo-
bold, can apply to Campbell A Starling.
Attorneys. i ' '. I It
July 1 O. M. BLANTOX.
v Ranger's Notioe.
The Htate of Mississippi,!
Washington County. I , -
Taken ud bv C Warlleld. on his plan
tation, about the 1st day of June, 17,
a HA i AlAiiK, witu young coin msre
144 or 19 nanus nign, 4 or o years oiu
white faca: no marks.
The owner of the above described es
tray Is hereby notified to come forward,
prove nroDertv. nav chanres and take
them away or thev will be dealt with as
the law directs.
The 8tate of Mississippi ;
To Ida C. Hnyder, A. A. Tillman and A.
Von are commanded to appear be
fore the Chancery Court of the county
of Washington, in said Htate, on the 2d
Monday of October, 1W7, to detent! the
suit In said court of Amsnda Tillman
Hutt et al. where In vou are defendant
witness my signature taiezza asyoi
July, a. imwi. . .
r . - - By Jos. A. 8iiai.i U. C
Ifvtvf, Wrgnr & Percy, Hollcliors.
i JaiIv SI-tiiHMw i f
IustrncUons In Special Branches.
MISS K. DARLINO, Twrtir.B
, Classes, in 8eclsl Branches during
! Art from 9 to II , n. Writing and
Mathematics, 4 to 0 p. ni.
Mrs. Phtrbe Chesle;
story, the truth of which Is vouched for
hv the resident ol the town ! "I am 73
years eld, have been trotibUd With kid
ney complaint and lainenesa for many
veara; eonld not dress myself wit limit
help. Now i am free from all pain and
soroneM, and am able to do all my owes
hniisownTh. I owe my thenks Hi Wee
trio Bitters for hnvlnx nnrweil hit
vnh. ' fmoed eomplHitly nil
,,Tl. at A. H. Fltily '.l't"l I
H. Sommor 2c Sono
MTKAM MANLFACTUBEEU OF
WOODEN CISTFJUro OF ALL SIZES.
All Work Guaranteed.
Budwelser and Standard
Conntry Trade Rcspcctfally Solicited,
And Families Supplied.
Coffins, Caskets, Metalic Cases
and Burial Robes All ayi 01 Hail
Special Attention to Removing Remains.
Orders by Telephone or Telegraph l'romptly Attended to. . fmayll
W. E. BECK & CO.,
HILL CITY STEAM BOTTLING WORKS.
Pure Carbonated Beverages.
The only establishment of the kind In the Booth Whim Tower
is Ubxd to Dkivk Machirest, thereby aeanrlng nae of Ftjeeb and
Mobs Uhifobm Goods Than Those Made by hard.
The Water used la this establishment Is from the famous
X). "W. Floweree Ice Cos Well.
Prof. W. W. Sheffer, of 8t. Ltmls, proaeatMM this water to k the rarest la Ike Baited stat
MaaafMtmrers f tk OrlsUaJ
PHOSPHATE SHERBET and GENUINE MEAD.
SEND YOUR ORDERS TO US IF YOU WANT
Til IS I112ST GOODS.
Feb25 TSXOOOSjE FGUL, Boll Agm, arenrui
232 Fourth A.venue,
Louisville, - - Ky
P. S.-FINE GOODS Exclusively.
Oreenvllle, Miss. '
ROBERT sl DAY,
In charge of Cotton Department.
We will noirotiate three and live ycur
loans on Al Improved plantation prop
erty of taultlcm title; giving tho bor
rower tne Olilioil 01 selling wiruiisjii
in Oreenvllle, or of shipping to ew
Orleans, ' "'
O. S. FAIIKAB,
No. CIO Union street,
New Orleans1, La.
PATENT COTTON BASKETS
Ttanters Who will call ot write to me
eaa get soma of my new Patent Cotton
Baskets free of charge. I can alao fnrn-
Ish Machine mads White Oak Baskrta
In three alaos, to bold 100, 130 and
pono!; prirts tJ.a". fi,Misd if ' !
doseni Weights . 10 a l f--Thls
baskM will SM l
rlor In et.rv wr l l '
,i tatskwt. A(l- ' , ,
... . i.t.....J;i I1
FOR SALE CHEAP
AHD ON EASY TSRS.
One 40 saw aelf-feeder ' 015
STAKD wlthDeerlng horae-pow-er
ontfltsj one good Improved
horse nower PBES8. ATI In per
feet rnnulng order d ae good as
new baring been run out two
AvttlMi ns at Katill, AtiM.
una 1 1 -tr
VlR I V Bl LJEW YORK t
Kmhoty Ih.hlghenl rrrttlfiu
rtrs In ihafilM; nmfrtmn
urmlUUvan4 an tltr rrlgnt-a
tomtits in fatmonnmr rirci-..
en my now. I
. AjenM for GaMTitA, Miss., '
Notl is hereby glren that bids will
be feed at this office until the regu
lar RMMtlnr of the Board of Snpert Isora.
anarnnt Int. 1NK7. far the hlllllllnC Of
brtl ire across Deer Creek, at Htooevllle.
Pwn and speetiicatlofls to iceoiupnf
all bUU. '
The Board reserras the right to reject
anr and all nine.
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