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T VTTJBDAY. OCTOBEB 15, 1887. L. 5. 0. A T. K. K. EC1IDCLK. r-nger trsitu leave GrwnTille m follow : Connecting with north boaml, lesTe (.irfnville at 105 . m.; t 3:12 s. in. through to New Orleans; at 4:10 p. in. i-romiao4itiun to Kitts Yuma. Arrin at GreenrUle s follows: Front north-bound at S:!S p. m.; from aouth-buuntl at 10:4'.' p. m. ; from iit Yuma, aceomiuoJatiun, at 9:30 a. m. Awtb.fr Railroad Horror. Svracune. Oct XI. Private dipatrh n-crired by thf Brrsruse Journal from North Judnon. Indiana, tart: A terri ble railroad accideut occurred Just west of here lat niirht The fart freight ran into the rear of an exprcae train, four or five can behind, iiu-luit in; the ileeer. Fifteen to twenty were killed and u many injured. Al A CHURCH WED Ol NO. Maw yor-Ta4wia raaSart llll J-t ttrlun IK Kits I frrfiwaMd. Whimperings in the prw whiln wait In (t (or the briil: Mint Decollete Whnt a stuuli! usher, poking at in here with tluw frumpit! Mi. Tompon My drew will be ruined, and I can't tee a tiling. Mis Uecollotoe There'i rery little (oral deconttioa. Mia fumiKin And only one clergy man in the chancel. MiM Deeolletee U thivt s I felt ure that Nell would huve an "sssiitt ed" ceremony. Mine Foinpon Oh, I eim-eU'd st b ast one Difthop. Nell has been so awfully High, lntely. Miw Deetillelee Yen, it'i been quite smtnlne, hn't It P Miss I'ompon rartleiilnrly when one remember rhn wan k Luw a ji-nr ngu he didn't even bow her bend in tiie treed. MiM Deenlletee Oh, that wss when he wu after that ymiug I'realij teriiui well, yuu know, who umrried Kitt) Foster. MiM Ponipun Huve you Mien the plVIU'lltsf Miu IWnlletne Oh, rea, Bonn niiite pretty. Mi l'ompon Ye-cs; the groom' I" notuiuir nun h. Mili'fiilli-tc A pearl ero jultt cliurt'hr anil toiirMnjr. Mian l'ompon Very small pearls; 1 thought it iiuitu a skimpy affair. Miss Iieolhtee It wits n-iillr rich, d'i you know, to hear Mrs. Curium go on. Miss Pnmpnn Oh, I suppose so. Miss Di-enlletee The duy I wusover then she csmo In with such an air. 'Klennor, my dear," she said; don't fiitlptin yourself over that embroidery. Then she turned to me: "She has so niui'h before her, yon know; to-ni;ht Is tlio rhiirrh rehearsal, and nflerward Mrs. Clarke gives a supper to til bi idul party." All with sui'h delieiom rompliieeneyl Mis I'dinpon -Oil, the entire f.imlly have neted as if no one wit ever mar ried lii'inm. (mom's Mother (raising her eye-ghis)-My dear. Is that young man over there In naval uniform? (room's Father Well, yes, he ia an ensign. (irooni'i Mother (with crashing weetni'ss) Dear Mrs. ( itrlton has talked so miirh about their relative! In tlie linvv. llu mint be them 1 don't lee nny otliui-s. (iroom'i Sister (married) -Mamma, I don't think Lauder is to play to-night at tlie house. Gronnt'a Mother (sharply) Why t Sister I asked Nell to-day how many of Lander' men would be there, nud alio was quite embarrassed; said she didn't know, aa 'Tap itiTaii'red all that." (Jroom's Mother 1 shall be mnrtilied to death. The least lacy ran do, marry ing their daughter as brilliantly nsthey are. Is to give her a perfectly npHiiutcd Wedding. (room's Siter (unmarried) Mam ma, this it Nelly's fouth senson. Kdith Connor told me so yesterday. She Came out the same autumn with Kdith't istcr, Mrs. Jan is, you kiioir. Groom's Mother -Oh, I don't doubt It; but, of course, you spoke of her hav ing hern a year abroad, and a year In nioumingF Groom's sister (nnmrricd) Oh, yea, imbed. 1 quite snubbed Kilitll. - ".ride's Mother Now, Mr 1'nrlton, don't fail to ho on Hie wntth when the minister asks: '-Who givcHi this woman F" You mst stcpright forward, and tfan't tread on Nelly's train. llr'ule's fallicr I wish the dayvilish fui was over. Did you te'd the caterer Hint iintoin lii-il pieces were to Uu ru turned Mini allowcil for Bride's Mother No; I did not. ntsink never serves in that wav, anil if I had to have second-class music i was hound to have Itlank eater. Those Clarkei me su iiiereilioii'-; they'll ln sum to discover that Lander isn't playing. Hride'a Katlier-lllankety blank tlie whole lot! I'm paying the shot, nud Hot Clarke. I wish lie was. (to friend In loft) What 8:3ft. Organist lime is it? Friend Organist -My contract was from 7:30 to :.I0 - it'll cost, just about ten dollars ,ni"re to k,,;c.p me hi-ra-.tiiother quarter of nu hour. nriiV (In lobby, to Sister, who Is maid ol -Sumor) Is the church parked ) hope so. Tell tint Ilsliers to be sure in I walk slow enough. Now, Eliza beth, if you don't keep step with mo I'll give my old black velvet to Katii. Full the bicu out on my train to show tlie pattern a little better. Are you ure the pillow tit the altar Is jus't in tlie right place? Signal that organist to begin the wedding march. Is dear mother Clarke safe in her place? Stingy old thing, she'll be furious when ehe sees I didn't wear the nkimpy tittle lace flounce, "the one, my dear, wore on my wedding day." A pretty bride ehe must have been. Wait n minute till I get my face straight. Th"rel ami looking dow n enough? Gome on, real slow, nud ilo ih ilo keep step. Minister (to slow music) Those whom God halh joined together lot no man put asunder. Philip U. Welch, ill Fiick. rsiHar Or1M CrBHl ukil, The Swift and Reliable Steamer PAltGOUD. W. Lasltus. Hum. Crar Ijwu. Clerk. - Leave XewOrleane rorGreen- ville every THUKSDAY at S p. hi.; leave reenTiiie tor ui lean every til'XDA Y at 10 a. m. ticr l ins line reserve inc niriu ia nmsa ijindinir tbtt the Captain may consid er ansafe. I'sMenger to New Orlean make liifhtnine time, avoiding Katlroad delay and exxne. The tare ana gen eral u-eomtLodition cannot be excelied. Their Boat do not ran here only through the cotton lesson ; bnt also IhrouKh the dull month, to aerve a pub- lie convenience ; which ahlpper bould continue to reclvroeata. tttt trr-firht or niuuii amilv OB hoard or to King Dorwart. Hupt. kercbanta' n narftioat. (ireenvlUe. Mlaa. Hon. T. V. Manning, of Iu'iRinnn, Minister to Mexico, is dead. Eegular Vickaborg and GreennUe Packet. U. I. MAIIe Tbe fast and reliable ateamer ARMOUIl, Henry Marlneaut ....Master. tieo. II. Smith Clerk. , fc Leave vicaiDurg every " '-- Wedneadavand Saturday at i d in. lleturnlnir leave (ireenvlUe every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday at o'clock p. n. Vn, fplvhft At nua-M j nn I T ah board or in Klnv Dorwart. Sunt. Merehant n nanooai. ureenvuie. i iuit i. rt J. II. Leavenworth, Manufacturer of Rough and Dressed Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Shingles, Laths, Pickets, Mouldings, Etc. HEREAFTER Terms STRICTLY CASH. NO TIME SALES MADE All bill due on presentation. a J. ROGERS & CO., fctANlTACTt KERS or The Best Brands of Italian, Tennessee AND ALL American Marble AND ALL TEX GRANITES. Granite Monuments From a Hain Obelisk to Mausoleums, GRAND JUNCTION, TENNESSEE. FOR JBALE. One 10 horse power Plntionary I'.iigino 6 x 10. One lfl horse power Stationary lioilcr 3 flue with Independent ateam pump Joint prate bar heater all complete and in llrst clas order ran bo seen run nliiK every day, Hcpt-KV-tf KkXTON A llKXTKH. CITATION NOTICli The Stnto of Mississippi To IIKIJ.K HOGIE: You are rommnndrd to appear be fore the Clmilcery Court of tho county of Washington, in inld Mate, on the Second Monday of October, 1HK7, to ileletnl the suit in sniil t ourt of Hctilnh Morirnn, by her husband ami next Mend Willis Morgan, wherein you are a defendant. Wittics my si((iinturc title 9th day of heptcinber, a. d. 1HM7. (;. M. JOHNSON, Ch'rk, lly Jon. A. Sham, I). U feitenil)er 10, 1887-M STARLING & SMITH,; (MEISXEB BUILDING.) Washington Avenue, Greenville, Miss , Wholesale and Retail Dealers ia Staple Dry Groods, Shoes, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Hats, &c. PROVISIONS, GRAIN and GENERAL GROCERIES. Hell Cotton on C?ommifjion We Guarantee Prices Against any City or Firm in the Country. or W make it a pleasure to quote prices and show goods.- Don't Fall to See V IIEFORE BUYIXG Miss EDA WARD'S IUT8, jS KIB1JONS, tj TUIMMlXGtS, rKATIIKIW, COMMlSSIONKIt'S S.VIX l.nwami llullou et al. ) No. 2171 v. I lou II. Yclsrr ct al. ) lly virtue of a decree of the, honor nhle ( hmurry Court of Madison coun ty, Stnto of Mississippi, rendered at the July term, a. d. 1KH7, thereof, or dering a sale of certain lands mention ed therein, I, W. O. llaldwin, the mi ilerxlncd appointed commissioner to execute said decree, will, on Monday, October 31sl, 1HM7, expose at public auction to the highest bidder for rash, before the Court House door ill tho City of Orceiivllle, in said State, within tho hours prescribed by law, that laud in Washington county, Mississippi, know n aa that part of the liuids set apart to O. 1. Thomas, In the parti tion of tho estate of J. 1. Thomas, do ceased, described aa follow, to-wit i Thnt cut of land containing about ninety-three acre, and thnt nit con taining about forty-live ai re lying south of and immediately adjacent to one lit length co-extensive with said ninety-three aero cut ', which two cut arc both situated in section 6, township IS, range 6, west, and form one tract which is bounded a follows : Ou the north by tho road leading from Vaughn' house to the rear unrter; on the east by the China tree ditch ; on tlie south by a line parallel w ith saud road ; and on the W est by the western boundry of said section 6. Also all such bind belonging to the estate of Kim I .!. r. Ihomns, lying In section 1, township IS, rungo 7, west, as lie be tween an extension west of the north and south boundaries of the liinil above described, nil of w hich will more fully appear by reference to said partition, which is recorded In Hook T, pages 67S ct scipiitcr, of the deed records of said county, and reference is hercbv expreaslr made to it, W. O. IlAMiWIX, Oct.l-nll. Commissioner. .. .la lis mm IMM1 HrVKRaJ Pffl l IOB, Mlailin KM atau s Y K 10OmraTlaaaaldlMMImta. C primUMrmoth.a wkmu J fcartaaa. DinttfaaafctTnliiliia J Haaa ad BraHaai Vrmtm. HUM N t IS ('rata. AaaCauat , V Sammias Qaa at aB teS Thm swnsl frsr Pnsrte.1 Msl'l I THY lmOK. I0 Imm. of iwnuIj UI kloda as! Yowls; JMr1p Un.s Uisi brnxJi; bow to wpnnLtoi plan fsr prraltrT boaswai teforautioa IaiKHi. inrttnsuun, nd it hero Im br Kn rroin bf-i atork nl ftl-MJ iiiiiK. tmm nsr to l-rBio. .'. 'Alrnlionn. tbsnooiinrrauR ( Tmatamnksnn brmdlra l-LUMES, iv ex KKcnvTox THE LENOX HILL. Millinery Groods Hats ARE FUOM THE CKUUiRATED HOUSE OF Hill Brothers, mYom Ladies Invited to Inspect. GREENVILLE fscpt 2 headTnd Cotton Seed Wanted. TIIE SOUTHERN COTTON OIL CO., Capital 5,000,000, Has just constructed Eight new Cotton Seed Oil Mills, located at the following points, each hav ing the capacity per day indicated : COLUMBIA, B. a 100 TONS. SAVANNAH, OA. 100 ATLANTA, OA. MONTOOMKUT, ALA. MEMPHIS, TENN. LITTLK KOCK, ARK. NEW ORLEANS, LA. HOUSTON, TEXAS. Corresjiondenoo solliitoiL Address, at nearest Mill, Julys SOUTHERN COTTON OIL CO, 200 " 200 M 200 " 200 14 300 M 300 Greenville Steam Brick Works. SCOTT Sc HIMS, Proprietors. CAPACITY, 25,000 PEE DIEM. liO l.i) Ulna UKMniim rfllnrrn I sod UlrirMn Hm InVmlld and mock I BAiuirJ. AQabnolFuruU. l'rtc n li kind. Wrd. tw mo. U.IIM M I ULcuu. TIM Tujm) hwuka, 40 Cla, I aSSOCIATSD rsNeiraa S1R".IS l lMllHtrMt,Pkllnl.lalils,ri. U5S3 With the Latest Improved Machinery and Unsurpassed Material, a Superior Class of Hard Humeri IlrlcliN are being supplied at reason able rates. Patronage for this Important Home Insti tution is respectfully solicited, and the propria tors propose to keep pace with the growth and prosperity of the times, Jon.22-iy ''Tbe Colli Cotton anil Provision Co." S. UOLHRMlTlt, I'KHIilrnt M. J. liOl.DSMITIt, N. FAAS, aerrftiirjr. Munnirrr Cotton Iimrtmtiil NOTICE. Tho business heretofore conducted under the firm name of S. goldsmith will, on and after the 10th inst., be known as "Hi GbUsbUI Cotton ii ProTiii Conuaiy." Tho proprietorship of which will still bo vested in tho said IS. Goldsmith. AuK..i,w a ii-l i nr. SE2STON & HESTER, MAXUFACTUUKR.S OF AND DEALKIW IX Bough Lumber, FLOORING, SIDING, CEILLG, MOLDING, Shingles, Laths, Pickets. We have added a PLANING- MILL ami otherwise extensively to our mill equipment, and ran now UU any variety oj Lumber order. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. H. Sommord Sons OUEKXVILLE, . MlSSlSSim, MTKAM M A X V FA I'T 1 K E R 8 OF wooi: i isti:ks of all sizes. All Wofk (iuniiinli'cd. UNDERTAKERS. tJUsUiL . , ,. , and Burial Robes Always on MmW0&MB&. Special Attention to Removing Remains. Orders by Telephone or Telegraph Promptly Attended lo. msylt BUGGIES! BUGGIES I BUCCIES ! We keep a Full Line of Busies 5 Road Wagons FOR SALE. We allow full pricea for old vehicles when exchanged tor new ut. Call and nee na. HEAD & CO. company; BLACICSmiTHir.G. We do this work in all its branches, frm Plow to the Finest Buggy. .. Fine WbI k EorsB Uir 1 O-iiiJ tl We giv prompt attention to orden from ft 4 i ' ) Work done nromntlT ant) Ht..j a a '"tlUCU, nr- .l.ln a Vi va rh Sstat' hntva t . TIQ VlBiua aw a..- mv.ov mUKKI H JJ r..mA Kk nsmol fit nnP Alii BtnrrAM l v Doe Anderson, John Trumpy. Sir. Teterson snd Mr. Dure".. -Sff JJltj 4 mat we uaut oo. 31 Ttr: u I flirl lUi . u IKt ia bar it of id!" CUTT mm . . . b "TTlTtTfll Trt . GBEEEXTII.IX. MISS. HEAJJ num. t-ropne Horses and Mules Bought and Sold at Kentucky men. Fine SaddlejuTdjari Always for Hire.. . . nr..i.:itAn A vAnna and TiAtnct iQtaaai HOMER, Jr., -r fc ... v tVi.1 iuinn fi.llnwtnir. proving in low can ue kiuii tv-.. o- ... 5aw,l, .Tpretnuea-on at our Sbe. in CreenrUI. ,t the low prics of $10. Mare, not provingin foal eanb, returnee next season HI c tl Ho I" H. & N. Wilczinski, COTTON MERCHANTS AND DEALERS IS GEIOTSRAL MERCHANDISE, Washington Avenue, Greenville, Miss. Onr FALL STOCK, FEESII from the Eastern markets, is arrlTlng daily, and comprises a full line of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Trunks, Valises, ClothiiiLT, Provisions, Plantation Supplies, Bagging, Ties and Twine, which we are offering at Rock Bottom Prices. We are sole agents for Washington county for II A1YI7N UIX, ami for the SOUTHERN STANDARD Cotton Press. JOS. WA..LL, FOUNDRY and MACHINE GREENVILLE, MISS. Having established a FOUNDSY in connection with aji chink Shop, I am prepared to make all kinds of Iroi, a llrasH Castings on short notice and at reasonable IjJ for CASH. Boiler Fronts, Grate Bars, Stove Castings, House Fronts, ind Srr' thing Fertainiug to the Foundry and Machine Shop ButintM STEAMBOAT AND PLANTATION WORK A SPECIALTY. Termi Strictlv Cash. ItEPAlB Woek FeomptliDob Shop on Central Avenue, near Ueorein Faciflo Builrotd. . . ... . m To which we desire to cull the attention of sll Interested. Thin I'ress hsis ermt msny sdvantnRf over sll other ninke. prlnclpslly the price, $110 complete. Csn be opersteil bv stenin or borne power! Is very simple in consiniciion, sad obviates considerable unneceHrv labor. In order toglve s practical Illustration of It working we are now having one erected on our Wlhlwood plantation, s short distance from town, where we will be pleased to explain sll that I claimed ior it. rreu nrABASTKr.ii, sna unless it proves satisfactory money will be refunded Agents for Washington, Bolivar. Ireanuena snd Sunflower counties. n. & n. wiLczisrsKi. I GREENVILLE ftTN d We are prepared to Oin, . Vsiaort MiiK Cotton for the public. Seed 0 i.. i shipped di bj tilk of the Eailroads or Itiver. I We Gin, Bale, Furni egging and Tk and Deliver the Cotton any place in Greenville, for the Seed. Or, if preferred, One Cent per pound- Will call for Sample Waste, Haul to the Gin. Hale, Furnin. BiK aim lies auu uv, r t nny place tu Greenville tor I Three Dolli.r-' - F :ty Cents p-r Bale. I tton and liebaling andDelirniij ' Tift; Cents per Bale. I Our Charges for Assortinr same, Five Dc W will Grind for the Public WEDNESDAY!, and SATURDAYS fur the usual Toll. DUATON & SKINNER JOEL SCHILD, Dealkr in . General Hardware, Queensware, Tinware, A Full Line of Brlnley's, Avery's, Calhoun's and other Plows and Gearings for same, at very reasonable figures. A well assorted stock of Wagon Materials. Doors. Sash and Blinds at Factory rrio Special Bargains given on Heating and Cooking Stoves. Mr COUNTRY ORDKR8 PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO."fci Give us a call before Purchasing elsewhere Roofing, Guttering and Repairing of all kinds in our line done to order at Extraordinary Luw Rates, mid at Short Notice Ferguson, Finlay & Co, GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI, FIRE, LIFE AND A.CCIDEKI INSURANCE, -AND- Real Estate Agency. We insure Stores and Stocks, Houses andHoM hold Furniture and other verishable property ALSO Countrv Stores Rin Hnncnc Morhinaru & Hnttc: nuugM, IliabllillCfl J " Equitable Life Assnranc. Socletr oTthTttTd States, New York...$W,, ThsKniiltnbleliR been renown- f. , h,.mIiikI urn nir with nmiror. v . rr lur u jiioi. n. v. - fc reliabflty."h VMlS 00 "-'hlher foun Trsvelers Accident Insurance Company. n.-ai n (UM yi-aHiausua VVII II ISJI1SM Office ou Walnut Street, i.. tho F.nkv Drug Store Bnildli t- r4 -t-r, - Jas. E. Nsni s, Pre si'Icnt. Thomas Mol'st, Cssliier First National Bank, GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI. CAPITAL 100,000. Foreign and Domestio Exchange Bought and Sold. CORRESroXDKN'TS: Mercantile National Bank of New Yofk. State National Bank of New Orleans. Bank of Greenville, ESTABLISHED lSG'J. W. A. l'OLLOCK, Tresideat. James Robertshaw, Cashier TKASSAfT A GENERAL ' Banking Business. Buy and Sell Exchange on all points in Europe, .Yew York Correspondent, HANOVER NATIONAL Bank SALOON, Corner Main and Walnut Street Wholesale and Retai Dealer in BEST OF LIQUORS, WINES, ETC 2aVTi Cigars. THEODORE POHL, WAt.NUT STREET, GKEEBVILI ,f FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS Wine, Portert Ale, Cigars and Tobacco. I call esnrcial nK...n """" my well selected stock nl Old Kentucky Bourbon Whisky Chewing and Smoking Tobacco n, SOLE AGENT FOR vmiisiinn Moerlien Tvnvinrr Co, Cincinnati, Ohio.