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Greexyille Tdies
SATtTHDi T, DEC. 24. 1S87.
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4 InrMma Carol.
'M. H. MHL kill !', U. H.
llurk ! the t'ltrMmn arr -itt-ritijr ;
Ami th Chri-tiii&j )!! arr rinirlnjf ;
WiMIr tin ir r!al imajfn flinm:
la rn N'n i!'iris
I'L'ipff t d.iy iu all tin year,
lili snxl with C'hritiiin.i luvt? alul liner.
Shout, ye iMiij.l,', fur ami nar.
In I'xct Ni- filorin!
HllW tllC Kloriillli Bt'M U living!
Christ, to mr a rM frum ihiug.
la a loQtly nmiijrfr hiiijf :
In excrl-U (iloria !
"lVaiv cm partir tht auirrl chorus
I.oudly while liovrririj; oVr iu,
This the mett)re that th'V bore in,
la rxn UU (iloria !
Lo! lit promise now fultillitiir,
Cliri.-t, to snir r ih ath U willing.
Hi jfrrat lovr nur ih'Bsw thrilling,
Iu tv.rU'u (iloria!
Oh! the Ml, tui madly praliiiK ;
TUlUitpi of rr"l joy n-tenling;
Through our hearts Iln lr rrhiMHt sti-al-
1ik:
In csiil.-i., Gloria!
Chriitt now rrljftm a King forever,
Safe in Mini, we'll fuller wver;
ISiiijf Hiit iiraim- for ayi iitnl ever!
In rxrcKU iloria ! Amkx,
A tfixlot Old Mao.
Chii iiKo Trilmue.J
'trial jrut lulu eouverwation with au
old uinu w ho waa kitting iu front of a
livery barn iu Imlvillo, Col., w ho in
cidentally iiuMitioued Hint h w nt horn
lu Mlrhotirl ami Imtl lived all his life
In the Terrltorien or extreme Western
htlltOH.
Ah, thi'll I KtlppOR you rode the
first pony rxprewi iliut went through
to the count?" llriiir nitfted, mildly
hut roiilMrntly.
"No, I never rode the pony epreMi
nt all,'' he replied.
" Didn't? Then you are tlw original
dlfeoverer of (fold in California?"
"Xo, you're mixtiikeu njfiiin," re
turned the old man, milk.
I am?" Mild Ilriar, now thoroughly
astonished. "Hut of eouise you (uld
I'd the first Union I'neitli! iirveyors?H
"Xo," and tint old nmn niched. "Xo,
I didn't do that, either."
"Well, this bents ino!'' mid lirliir,
till more nurprlsed. lYi'lmpR you
ari'u't the original owner of tho luiul
whore Ileuver uow slMula?"
"X-o-oj never ow ned it."
" (see here, now, weren't you ehlef of
couta forthe government fop litleen
years?"
"(),no,uo no. honest, I never w an,'
"Xow, lie careful tell the truth-
Weren't you plnylng eards w ith Wild
llllt when he wan idiot nt lcadwood?"
"Not I,et up, please I wan't In
any of those place nor didn't do none
of them things, an' I can prove it; but
then, young man, I don't mind telllu'
you that I did guide Urighiini Young
on hi lirst trip to Suit Luke, an' I wan
nil through the Kansas-New brnsky
trouble, an' finally put it down, made
the first find lu Xevnda, learnt llull'iilo
Hill how to load a gun, drove the Hist
Mark llilis IrenMire-eoaeh, an' was the
only one mini that eomn through the
Cinder inasNiiere alive, after hiving on
the Wltlclleld wounded for forty-right
hour, surrounded by the groans an'
shriek of the dead an' dyin'l That's
my reeord, young feller, an' I got the
papers for every word of It ! "
-::r-ii fi:io Z-tij Ccx?i7
I M Jutifion )
On and aft'-r Saturday, Oct. 1-t. train
til run a fallow : I
Traiii No. I tireenville
daily at :) p.uM
Tram N. 2 nrmc ilmly. x- I
n ; t SyiiiIx , at !'''"' iu.
Train No. j l.-air-l.reer.ville
i!ail . H' i't ui:il'iy. at .. a. ui.
Train No. I. arrives dally, rt.
ir t uiiilav. at ' 12 !" p. m.
On .siinilay Train No. 2 U-avei nil na
tion our hoiirlalrr llian atiovr wtirdulr.
Truing tor John.iivillr roiiiirct dally
at Moiirvillr. txi t .I Minilay.
1. . ft.M.h, Uriil. Mipl.
S.JIL. H. I'l KtM.I..Mllit.
LiobvlUe. "iw Orlons and Texas
Bailm? Cimcany.
I'lt-.'iiger trains have (ireetivilh; an
follow:
For i'-k-Suri' at 3.12 a. eon-
nei tiiijf at In land ith the northbound
at 3:.'i'J a. m. At .VI 0 p. in, eoliiiei t
injf. ilo-, at b land with the north
hound; and with the outh hound
whiili paes Ijlaiid at 1WM p. m.
Also w ith the Arkaums Valley traiu.
ilo-e, at Wil in-kl.
Trains arrive at dreeuville: At 6:1.1
p. m, by w hlrh pasM-nger arriving at
l.i laiiil from the ouili at p. in. ami
from the north at '.':l' p. in. ran eouie.
At i a. in., bv wh'n li pas-niger arri
ving at I'lnud at 3:.V.' a. in. ean rome.
At l":!'.' ii. m. from i( k-luirg. ron-
ueitiiig; at I.eliuid with train from
ninth and at N'ili in-U with trains
from tlm Arkaias Valley.
Traiu leave for Ijike Washington,
mixed, at a. In., arriving at (.h n
Allan at '.'.00 p. in. And pavnger at
ti:4.'i p. in., arriving at dim Allan at
H:'J0 p. in. leaving (ilea Allan at 7.00
a. in. tlie mixed passengi r reaeuea
(ireetiv ille at 1 0:110 a. m. ; the passen
ger leaves (ilea Allan at 8.30 p. III.,
run lung lireeuville at t:0.' p. in.
Uaiiir Htm Urlraim ana Urrrmlllr
lnrkrt.
The Swift and Reliable
Kttutiier PAlKiOUl).
t. VV. t'Asi.Tos. Muirr. i:raT l.iwu. Clfrk
Leaves New Orleans fordreen
vllle every TIllTtSHAY at S
. ui.; leaves dreeuville for New Ur
leans fverv rU'NUAY at 10 a. in.
BriTTtils Hue reserves the riirht to Miss
l.uiuiinus Unit I lie I aiilulim may eonslil
er iinsiil'e. I'ussengers to New Hrleans
niiike liL'litniiiir lime, avulilinir Kullrouil
ileiuys and exiu iihe. 1 lie rare anil veil
ernl aeeoiiiii.iidutlons eannot lie eieelled.
llielr llniils do not run here only
tlimiiirh I he cotton season; but also
through the dull woi'llie, to serve a pub
lie eonveiileiiee : which shllitiers should
continue to reciprocate.
rnr I re I it it or nassnire ami v on linnril
er to Klni I ior art. hupl. M'ircliiints'
n iiiirilioiit. dreeuville. Miss.
For Low Prices Go to the Did Reliable Hardware House.
EL E. Wetherbee,
-Dealer iu-
Hardware, Queensware, Glass and Tinware,
Table and Pocket Cutlery of Best Makers,
Cooking and Heating Stoves of all kinds,
XrthwcHtern llnrt IIar "Wire,
IitoIs, Gnu Iuiplemeuti!, Wads, Shell8,and every variety of Cartridge
Sunh, Doura and Lliuda. Wiudow Glass any size.
Gag and Steam Fittings, Iielting and Packing of every description,
Oila, Paint, Varnishes, Dryers Btid Colors of the best brands,
Manilla and Sisal Rope of all sizes.
Lime, Cement, Fire Brick and Tile,
Wagon Material, Plows, Plow Gear, Hames and Brides,
iVgrieultural Implements, and Plantation Goods all kinds, lowest prices.
Sole agent for Hazard Powder Company, and keep constantly ou
baud lu Magazine a large snpply of Kitle, Duck and Wanting
Powder, at St. Louis prices.
All Ora.r, Promptly. TUU at LOWEST Hark.t Prie..
Regular Vlukaburg and Oroonvillo
racltvt.
V. S. HAIL.
The fiiat mid reliuldo Btenmtr
PIIII, AUMOIIW.
Henry Mnrlnenux, Master.
John llell Clerk.
I JTTe J Vlckshuig every Moll-
r. M (.i.... WeilncKiliiy and Siiturilny
nt it p in. We turning leaves Oreenvllln
every Tuesduy, Thursdiiy and riumhiy
at v o clock p. in.
For freight or iitissiiire tl'I'l.v on lnmrd
nr to Kin ir Uorwiirl, hiiiil, Merehiints
Whiirllioiit.dieeiivllle. ulv 1, '(i
IRON AND WOOD WORK.
1 am now prepared to do all kind of
II Sl-1
P nr.
H. & N. Wilczinski,
COTTON MEKCHAXTS
AND lil V1.EIW IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Washington Avenue, Gretnvilh, Miss.
Our FALL STOCK, FEESII from the Eastern markets, ia arriving
daily, and comprises a full line of
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
- n- 7. . . T , . 7 t c C
Boots and Shoes Jlats and Caps, l runus, ,
Clothiiic:, Provi.sion,
Plantation Supplies, Bagging, Ties and Twine,
which we are offering at Rock Bottom Prices.
:o:
We are sole agents for WaBbiugton couuty fc
HALL'S GI3T. and for the
SOUTHERN STAJDAKD Cotton Press.
... rri.: . I . lj t7P-ikt
To whieh we desire to eall the attention of all lnieresieo.
manr advantages over all other mak- principally tne l rice. uu tuiay
lre ci ikntkm, and unless it pitve satinaciorj luonr, m "
Aeenti for Washington, Bolivar. Issa4uena and Sunflower counties.
II. & '. WILCZISSKI.
"fie Golil Cotton ana FigtI:;
SESTOH &, HESTER,
MAM FACTUKKUS OF AND DKAUCRS IX
Rough Lumber,
FLOORING, SIDING, CEILIKG, MOLDING,
Shingles, Laths, Pickets.
AVo hare ailded a
PLANING- MILL
ami otherwise extensively to our mill equipment, and ean now fill any variety
oj Lumber orders. TF.UM.S STUK'TLY CASH.
HILZIM & CO.,
PARLOR SHOE STORE,
WHOLESALE AND BBTAIL DEALKK8 IN ,
BOOTS and SHOES,
GREENVILLE MISS
This bciuir on exolualve business, and bnyine only from Fanloriea
fur ciihIi, puiililea tiH to put on this market a FRESH AND WELL
SKLi;CTED STOCK OF UOOT8 AND SHOES, wliieh we will Bell
at THE LOWEST TRICES FOlt CASH- We invite the public to
call iiuu nee ui.
Special and prompt attention will be giveu orders from abroad.
M22
im.y:iM sc co.
A CARD.
tlm plu-lly of Mule KnMiig.
A little know leilgo is (liiiirruiis.
For iustiinee, to know Hull there Is
money lu initio rnilti( and yet lie Ig
norant of its details tuny lend to nil
embarrassing 'situation, A New York
drummer iu a Hue eouneeted v illi the
now spnperlmslness called at The iStoek
nmn ollice the other day and remember
ing the rule "if you enu't do business
try and leave a pood Impression," felt
it his duly to talk a little about stock-
raising and remarked to the ''fat num.'
that If bo were to go Into stoek busl-
liesi in Texas ho would select mule.
raising' as tho most prolltiible branch.
Now If '-Fatty" has a bobby It Is mule
raising, and the drummer at once bad
an attentive listener, and was not slow
to see It. Of course he must pursue
tho puhject, ami so he went on to re
lato tho experience of a friend of his
who had been engnged In tniilc-raisjng
up lu the northern pnrt of the State,
"It don't take much capital to start on,"
suiil lie. "He Just got him a good,
Hue jack aud n dozen good mules and
as fast ns his colt jrot to be two or
tlireo years old, they went olf readily
at $100 apiece" That was too much
fur the "fat man," and ho exclaimed.
"M'hat the devil did lie want with
mules ? Mules don't breed !" It v as as
good as a circus to see the expression of
the drummer's face. It was too much,
even for a drummer, and with a re
quest for correspondence should we
ever want anything iu his line, he bent
a retreat. Texas Stockman and Farm
er. Seven Persons hilled During the Meek.
Winchester, Dee. 17. The feud be
tween tho Adams and Caswell factions
broko out again hero last Sunday
night, in Hock Castle, couuty, when,
after church services, Frank Adams
was killed by one of the Caswells.
Since then Frank Huston, .fames I.uns
ford, James Townseud, Tom Jackson
aud two others, names unknown, linvo
been killed, while many others have
been wounded, and several bouses
bare been burned.
.AimI 1 t'uiit'in.
WAQONS, EUG5IZ3 and Carriages
Mndu and Kepniied.
CarrSago Tainting and Trimming
Iiy Fiiat CIiins milkmen.
( hinges reasoiinhle, satisfaction given
mid work giiiiraiiteed.
Mr. Wh.i. Vai'imit, a thorouulily com
petent workman, Is In charge.
Klmp on Central Avenue, nenrlleorgla
l'aclllc Depot,
aiiiria ln. IMS A VAl'GHT.
(irt'inl to nirnUh nil Hrnm'h with puiiIov
iiirnt nt lnnm, tlm lnli oi tru ttim, tr for
in'Liiuhii, i'irHinii ui fiuiiivr v vmMy mrn
Irum mi pt-iitd in $.i (hi nr pTciihiir, mul ft yro
ortltttmt Finn by tlt'Vtitlnjf nil tht'lr tiiiic Xo th
iiilniM. lloH mul ttirlw t-Hrn ncnrly tin inin'h
BrjiH M. 'l hnl nil nho Nit this ntnv Mi'tul Uti'ir
HllnHH, ftinl tent tlif hlltsiiM'HR, HP IliAkp thin
ditiT. To mirli n nn ma well ntlntW'tl mi1 will
hi'ikI t)tH il'illnr tu iny irv trniilli nf wrtttnijr
Kull )inrli-iilniN Htnl cutlt fn-v Atllri'ttt
ItKitiiuK hniNo A tu , 1'urtlHinl. Maine.
Viouua. Dec 19. A correspondent
of a olicet published In this city averts
that it IVib reoelved ctphor dinpatcb
filatinir Xftiit anutuor attoiupt lias becu
mm'Wi on the mo ot thn tur, ana tlmt
nr m m g oundou.
Y. &fiAVELE'f,
NEW CilLIHNtl, LA.
Df il.iH W
EKQINES, BOILERS, SAWS,
Saw Mi!h, Co'.lon Presses,
w vr f. ui " -g
I . . r -n M
pi9m oit2.u o mnao
. H If -o, KDd . lOH III VI IIH'
fi' Jl CI IIIK, eraiUinlnK enlnmt plRt.
, ikih. tl.sv ttm wMh ud whpw In Iw
riiy Ukom. liirttini Iiit 1 mining
JiimeiillnipdiiifFprrplh Wnltwl
,'-v Kl.llfili. ami nl ol la
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The undersigned leg leave to announce to our
patrons and friends, that we have established a
Cotton Yard adjacent to the Greenville Compress
and Warehouse Company. Our facilities to
handle all cotton entrusted to our care are ample
to insure satisfaction to all who may desire to
favor us with shipments. We are prepared, to
receive cotton from all points, make liberal ad
van ccs thereon, and give the trade our undivided
attention, ensuring good results to our customers
The railroads entering Greenville deliver cotton
0
at our yard thus avoiding the expense of extrq
hauling.
H. & 1M. WILCZINSKI.
A.. B. ITinlay & Co.,
DEALERS
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
Perfumery, Toilet Soaps, Paints, Oila
DYES, GLASS, $c,
Onion sots, and Garden Grass and
Flower seeds of all descriptions.
Corner Washington Avenue and Walnut Street.
Jab. E. Nti.n, President.
Thomas Moi .nt. Cashier
lioLlHiTH,
U. 1 GOLDSMITH,
SecrMarr.
NOTICE.
The business heretofore conducted
the firm name of S. goldsmith will
after the 10th inst., be known as ' "
'Tim HM Um mi Provision
The proprietorship of which will still
vested in the said S. Goldsmith.
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First National Bank,
GREENVILLE, - - MISSISSIPPI
CAPITAL sr10),00(.
Foreign and Domestio Exchange Bought and Sold.
COURK.SI'ONDEXTS:
Mercantile yatioual BauU of New York.
State National Buuk of New Orleans).
COAL NOTICE
Just Received.
A supply of Pittsburn
Kentucky and Corona (Alabair
CHEAP COAL.
We have completed arrangements by
which we can deliver Coal to the citizens of
Greenville at
Exceedingly Low Prices.
Parties needing Coal will save money by
calling on ns before purchasing.
We sell by the actual Ton (2,000 pounds.
Leave orders with WASIHWCTOX & CO.,
Main Street, Greenville Miss.
WASHINGTON & HANDY.
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deeS-tf
UNDERTAKERS.
Til 8 V V J A AAui&Ajr utauaui
iMtftdtWiiffiSSMr An oYMi.ri.ni.mil i.n.l nr.,.,..l..,.l
:t r .17'' : a . .
mWmitt&& tlfloALmtR and UNDERTAKER,
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'I (ItllV 'H lllllllt J.IV jllllt. (llllt
Cash orders promptly filled.
Respectfully,
A. D. PACI
i
1 erguson, miay cfcCi
GREENVILLE, - MISSISSIPPI,
FIRE. LIFE ANT ACCIDB
INSURANCE
AND
Real Estate Agent;
We insure Stores and Stocks, Houses andRij
hold Furniture and other verishablepropi
ALSO 1
Country Stores, Gin Houses, Machinery&C;
Equitable Lite Assurance Society ol the United Stntei, New York...tH;
The Equitable hi been renowned tor miny yean for Its Jmt.llbmla'
dMllnir with Ineurera. Xo commny itamU on a iiruier, higher fwain
reliability. We are also agenti for the j
Traveler Accident lnnurancc Company, Hartford, Connecticut.."... UK
Office on Walnut Street, iu tho Ftiilay Drug Store Biildiuj,
COMMKTI2 UNIF.IlT.IIi3?lJJ OUTFIT
Mr. (ifiiliam will give his personal attention to all order, winch are rc.
sppcttutiy solicited.
Orders by telegraph or telephone will have our prompt attention.
dec3 1 1 HAD & 1 1 11 INT.
GREENVILLE GIN and PICKERY
We are prennred to iin, llulu and Assort Mixed
Cotton for the public. Been Cotton cnu be shipped us by either
ui me itiuiroaus or luver.
We Gin, Bale, Furnish Bagging and Ties at
reasonableSrates, and pay the market price
for Cotton Seed.
We carry no Insurance on Seed or Lint Cotton
Will call for Sample Waste, Haul to the Gin, Mule, Furnish Hugging
uuu lies nun j'cmei- hi miy ptuce in ureenvillo tor
Three Dollars and Fifty Cents per Bale.
Our Charges for Assorting Mixed Cotton and Eelmling and Deliverinir
oumiu, a i v iuuuiQ uuu l'uij jciiiis per uhic
We will Grind for Hie Public WEDNESDAYS
and SATURDAYS for flic usuiti Toll.
DEATON & H1CIXX12TI
Bank of Greenville,
ESTABLISHED 1SG9.
W. A. l'OLLOCK, rresident. James Robertshaw, Cashier
CAPITAL, 8250,000.
TUANSACT A GENERAL
Banking Business.
Buy and Sell Exchange on all points in Europe,
New lork Correspondent,
HANOVER NATIONAL Bank
t:t r T r T7 t s t r t
j- a i -uj jf v i v x w j l i j ,
WALNUT STREET,
GREENVILLE, MIES.
ESS
Wholertle artl llctuil l)e:iler nt
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS
Wine, Porter, Ale, Cigars and' Tobacco,
1 call especial attention to my well delected (.lock ot
Old Kentucky Bourbon Whisky
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco
SOLE AGENT FOR
Chrtisian Moerlien Brewing Co.,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
JOS. WALL,
gbeiunvili.e, iiss.
uauug esinunsiieii a lUL-JNUliY in connection wUh mv Ma
cuine Shop, 1 am prepared to make all kinds of Iroi. and
ltriiKH CuHtiiiH ou bhort notice mul nt rensoimble figures
fni. CI A SIT
Doiler Fronts, Grate Burs, Stove Castings, House Fronts, ai;d Every
thing rertaitiiiig to the I ouiidry and Muuhiue Sliop Business.
STEAMBOAT AND PLANTATION WORK A SPECIALTY,
Terms Strictly Cash. Repair Work Trojii'tly Done
Shop or. Central Avenue, near Georgia Faciflc Railroad.
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JOEL SCHILB
Dealer in
General Hardware, Queensware, Tint
A Full Line of Brinley's, Avery's, Calhoun's and otherP,
and Gearings for siiino, at very reasonable Ilgnrei
A well assorted stock of
Wagon Materials. Doors. Sash and Blinds
Special Bargains given on Heating and Cooking Stovei
tef COUNTRY ORDERS 1'ROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Give us a call before Purcha'sinjr elsewk
Roofing, Guttering and Repairing of all kinds in onrliuete
order nt Extraordinary Low Rates, and at Short Notice.
J. F. Barnes,
KKKXVII.M HISS.
"Es "U(yt". u guoa, jorce or snuwu
nthe Buildindi Trn.de. Trim, vreWMK
execute all kinds of work in the
Latest Styles of Architecture
And in the BEST MANNER of GOOD Workman
Plans mA specincations furnished for all styles of Modern H
nnd Putilic Buildings.
Greenville Steam Brick Wort
HCOTT SIMS, Proprietor. 1
CAPACITY, 25,000 PER
sons
GREENVILLE, . . MISSISSIPPI,
STEAM MANUFACTURERS OF
WOODEX CINTISRXN OF ALL SIZES.
All Work Guarnnteed.
UNDERTAKERS
Coffins, Caskets, Metalic Case?
and Burial Robes Always on Hal
Special Attention to
Orders by Telephone or Telegraph Prompt Ay Attended to.
C';L.x.f''".--5-;
emoving Remains
J.-fc'7't .
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With the Latest Improved Machinery)
Unsurpassed Material, a Superior Class of)
ISiirncil RriokH are being supplied at M
able rates.
Patronage for this Important Home M
tution is respectfully solicited, and the prf
tors propose to keep pace with the growth)
f h9 oj me times, w
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SALOON,
Corner Main and Walnut Strefl
Wholesale and Retail Dealer la
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