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Helena I.ittl Rock. 20 0 , 40 enue, Jsew ork City My I El If you believe in the Mills 1 Si gukexvilli. mis ... . i Juis, Aug. SO. The Ilea ..main, La, special sayij 3NT. Times. ?R 1. 1888 following L Bagging lered, Mr. ivea are the j other gen- !tz, the causa brganization to the fact passed the on cottqn that In the the national krember next, I be able to j year. We Boiate the sit- itHgO of it, SO bagging and resent nieni lincd In the i'deslre to get b machinery H their bag lew that the k a lose unless b this season, lachluerv, and kould lose this I it. There is out a Uaggiug ough to know 'oud this sea short of it is ll the money (Idle we have Vging advance, itention of the 6 lie price one krd per wees, price will go aud the plan ' bagging con- ik bale to onr !). Mary Ann 'crrv indulged Hug to Marquis last ovemng, I dcen prepared ii actid as sec r nni referee time was called the tvo pngll uu opuiiuir. v iuturchanged, tilled Iftth were ti'te ww no ad- Tho crowd of cheiruil lusti ly mate ou the ; iccoid round oiroiiL'u adv an il fii aul with an- rfvery direction, iije aul the code ill botu began a Jght, in which irluiir predomiua- iiiiu was knocked i around by the to respond at tl e lie and herhroth- dvfeat gratefully, ilirc. As a result I; - t up any worries. ywhere as you go f depend -jpon the (man, so we may the aoiogt of a ess always go to lught beauty too the earth without V MardonaliL teiDonate and act a i truth is not at the always be endeav- will paaa out and time or other. depends much, so foncy is concerned. nation free from tion of forbiddun Idoor of the lmag W unlawful visit I't the soul is safe. Vke treaties with M not overcome, hnppltinsn n.t the ); but the resolute sura scorns such nobly with his deeds. Jknry W. i WASTED SUNBEAMS. A Baft-mttra ArtleU OS lt Bunshlns Wutpd oa How Tops. The relation of sunshine and oxygen to health was not at all understood a nnturv and a half airo. No one knew that it was the oxygen of the air that purified the venous blood of its effete matter, ana mat tne same eiomeni was absorbed by the corpuscle and con veyed through every part of th sys tem for use In ita complex chemical processes. No one knew the dialn fxrtinir Dower of oxviren out of the body, nor, until quite recently, that the sunshine ttsoll waa one oi inamos valuable disinfectant in nature. Within lata vears we have learned that contagious disease are vastly more curable and lees liable to spread, when treated In shelter-tent than In our home or hospitals; and we, are more and more caring for the ventila tion of our dwellings ana scnooi-nousee and churches, preferring the tunny side of our houses for sleeping-rooms. We are building our oitles with wider streets and providing access to clear sunshine and pure air in extensive parks. We are, moreover, demanding more scientific and faithful plumbing aud looking out bettor for the con dition of our cellars. But we have not reached the limit of what is possible or desirable In this matter. Can not architectural ingunity con trive some method of using the thou sands of acres of house-tops, so that roofs, now so useful in a!Tordlng in' door protection, can be made addition ally useful, at certain seasons, by affording out-door recreation and pro tection from invalidism? Can not the same skill contrive new designs for the upper and most salutary stories of our dwellings, playlng-rooms and sunning rooms, adapted for the winter season, but so fashioned that too intense beams can be excluded In summer? In the more spacious dwellings, the upper floors could be revolutionized; ventilating shafts introduced; broad windows made to run the width of the house both front and rear; ready ac cessibility to the roof afforded; and at least a part of these Soors made at tractive to children and invalids. A pleasure resort might ornament each residence; neighborly consent could widen the range, and turf and flowers brighten the plain. For the higher grade of tenement houses, such fresh air facilities would probably be hailed with delight by the Inmates. Summor moonlight evenings eould hare a new aspect; and round a fumllj-lantorn groups might gather, to read, sew or engage In games, and thus a home-felt pleasure could quiet restless spirits, craving questionable or illicit amuse ments. Youth? t Companion, Chicago Society Notes. Mrs. Packer presents Mr. Xorthslde to Mrs. South tslde. Mr. Northslde "I have had the the pleasure of meeting Mrs. Southslde before, I believe." Mi, it 'Tardon me, l don t re member." Mr. N. "Think a moment' Mrs. S. (after profund meditation) "Oh, I beg a thousond pardons. I recall the ocjgfjon now. You were my very first husband. I'm such a stupid little thins. So clad to see yoa. How is the prosent Mrs. Nortliside?" Washington Critic ine people ol norma, it ib saiu, are practically all immigrants. The nearest approach to original Floridans mot with are the Goortria "crackers" who went down there before the North' em explorers had discovered in Florida the possibilities of a great orange grove and a winter watering place. ( - I I The word bandanna comes from ! Hindustani. Band' hnu (band' hna, to j tie), a mode of dyeing in which the i fabrics is tied in knU so as to exclude I the color from the knotted portions, and thus produce white spots. Jfcj ; con Note ami Queri' You can know something of tho Inner nature of a man by noting his : favorite amusements. An evil-hearted i person naturally turns now and then to some sinful or questionable diversion and the zest of his enjoyment will be tray him, no matter how correct his ordinary, outward life may be. Interior. Don't judge a man by the clothes he wears. God made one and the tailor the other. Don't judge him by his family, for Cain belonged to a good family. Don't judge a man by his failure In lifo, formnny a tnnn fntls bo- cause he is too honest to succeed. Don't judge a man by the house ho lives in, for the lizard and the rat often inhabit the grander structures.' Wharton (Tex.) Independent. R. H. LACEY, CONTRACTOR and BUILDER. GKEENVILLE, MLSS. I am prepared to do all kinds of work in the latest styles of Architecture and the Best Uanner of G-oci Workmanship. Job Work a Specialty. J. KINSELLA. (SUCCESSOR TO T. O'GOMMEB.) Saddle and Harness Maker SHOP ON WALNUT 8TH1KT. - at C EPS con- :ofSAfc. .tantlyon f"iZJr thing In his ixp."'zr line. Ail xinas $r!j' of repairing done on snort S-tmsvX J notice. S Us fciii.!l a nd works cheap. J. G. Geeenley. J. M. Lek KANSAS MEATS The re-onenlnif of my meat supplv business, on or about the 15th lust., will be In tne shop on tne East side of Walaat Street, next the Main street corner. I have made arrangements for Daily Shipments by Express for Finest Western Meats, U- and will keep no other.-jj Will also supply FISH, GAME AND DRESSED PODLTEY, Intending In the future, as In the past, to spare no efforts to give satisfaction to all customers, I respectfully solicit patronage. .,,.. Li. r. LiAuncn i, Formerly of Mora t Laaranl. OrwmTllle, Mlu. . Sent lu. 17. J. M. LEE & CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Will attend to the Renting and Leasing of property in Greenville and surrounding country, the collection of rents and the payment of taxes. We have on hand Dwellings and Store-houses for rent and sale; and for .sale both Dwelling and Business Lots in all parts of the city. We also have Delta lands in all parts of the count, , which we will sell on easy terms in lots to suit purchasers. All transactions entrusted to us Mill have our Personal and Prompt Attention. K,m i T. ISENBERG, Corner Main and "Walnut Streets, GREEft VILLE, MISS., Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Liquors, Wines, Porter, Ale, Beer, CIGARS AND TOBACCOS. Petition for Liquor License- To th Honorable Bosrd of SonrvlOT of WaiMiiRton lonnty, mips. Th nntlnnisncd til lua Of Dlltrlct No. 4. reipec fully petition our honombl body to (rant to a llnrnae to sell vlnnous and nplrltaoin llqnors In iiuauiltUw of lew than one gallon at Areola, aid M. Splngarn being a resilient of aaiU dla ti iot. ani a unittihlti p-rnn to have urh llcenie linoited Dim. And in duty bound, i wlllefer pray, ete : J I Xankitone M Sankitone J Udei wood C Hlrnanl-iin 4 Immorglurk Kmmett Loraa m Campbell Ales Wlln lu-n liivaU l LMIrkem H U tlnrmann X Knillh V UrilHn C H ( "fcr M TurmT A Cook Thornton HnleS Hale Tom Bed- gcHid : hedgoo'l A Porter C Rnckner N -I uok A llnnki Hanks Ir C Uovis K Davis r f till A L'hriet ful A OnusbT G Imms 8 Ivans C Ivans w Hooker s carter J li Hampton kx i in u I'jvt.m t: Johnson U Foster K r oler I. Urw .1 P .rker P Use le K Keede C Willlatm B Hrl r H Valentine Z llkks W Hi. k A Hick 8 tlirksu Hicks V llloki A Wisdom J P Thom:i X Owens S Williams Tto:ie A atntihis H Martaln Hy I nve K l.lliltll i H Prlee -I Borintte - l.'orkvhlll J Hampton B Williams It Johnson K laylnr A Taylor H 'iiiymr n rieta a, riems e. rieius jr a Melils 4 t lelos u Pieias u caivin it oie u oie It Hunter T Hnnter A llivi- 1 Unites B Nelson C Hlmtll' A Smith A Ssrk l SnKua Joe Calhoun V Nicholson Ueoriie ( nln a, lloinn'on n Hamp ton A Hninpton n Johnson w V Booker K Davis V II liavls U l.ritnn P Boston .1 Patter- son It Brooks J l bogus!' Keele K Mais 8ili,s Mitchell J Vann J uaitlnN Mostey k wtinams J Hanipt m J llayae P Powel I Kox Moore H t'inl'is . Ciiatman .Ino Wllliiims Jim Williams J Wrlirhl C Uli'ka Hicks J Hicks K Hicks U H Hunter A LimpKins -toe rm-rona o arm slronx S Im n llavis H Meede K Meeds 8 Kyi r P I horaxs H Thomas 8 heloecn A Ueloscb R uordon J (torilan T t.rimu J Uiiffln J Mook X Hill n-ly WJoneaJ Taylor KMaton K fadda- II lenverJ Wlleonj Acatine d eairtrs reer Tonnn A Wilson W H Brown W Hooper John Johnson 1 Holmes Ale lleerdnn 8 Hulihard O arke II Bank I Walker P V) aikr II walker 8 Hampton J ' "Hon II Blue Jim Cotton J An thony J H Nnrtln John Mail n J I Impklna l H"pson Itooye a iiouKios it ii' rrisn jei-n 8 Nela n Wm'Nelt K Ureen W ureen John Ureen H I' Kyer B Kyer 4 r'erirusoii Jessie fe'- guson A xoanjr 4 Douhty a uixeon A I urner W Turner I t iay J (Jordan D Wiliams Horace (Jracey P Phillips 8 Phillips I Willlnms N Pin ion W Hiinbinay M rUht J Ntewsftji J Mich w IJ Barclay taurine- m neii t Armstionu Momlav B I.nc.i I) Ornvler W Garter B Jolin- a n H Jobnuon Jr M A Johnson fed Johnson M Mill s C Colemun U Colemnn c Wisdom Willis livl. J I'hllliosC Ivans I Von . I C lnvlor W Thomns K Marshall K Harher W Bookeo oner Booker! Booker TUmjr II Henderson n Piatt M Baldan H Johnson l Johnson J Jnhn-on 1. r-helvy I Thomas A Yonng Wilson J H Wilson J White 1) Minis P Mich W Holmi'S T xhepheid J Smith C smith W H l.iniftler Jno Karley B L Liiwiey M itrown A Kopinson a Koninson nan Harvev J II aon M Walker T Hnrk O 8pm k lln B Bird W Bird H H trie II (jriflin B (.riffl i J Horsey I) Brady B CnlllnsC Mallet J Hender son J Jm-kson J Jackson sr J Jenkins A Archer E Archer W riernor B Mich H Hums J i ole anan J Elnvl- L We t O Cain A Sender- Abe Nan dera I Olsspie U Bonds 8 Boyd I, Uray J Cole man B rariey nweevraan c damson nrfiiin boh T John-onTom Johnson A Johnson K Wln bon J HI mon g Brlttou K B itton Jr K Pinion K Kyer L Brown J Chanev terty Chaner . dinner rOrlAn J rranklln W Mcfoltey I Parkei K Dnvis M Mutnn R Wallls " 11 rd P Wade K Bell H Haustin C Kinlar P Cochworth'J Cochworth t Woslejr l collier J Phillips C 8haw H Ca-b A Tate If Jackson C BleavensK Uil'ais L Hi-own A IiaviB J l.oudon J Colli is B Hnnford L Jones Q W aKhinginn U Washimr'on B lnglfton H John son H t Ingneld L H pkln- W llliame John ChnnceM . flurry C W int. r D Square W Willis J ixwta E Murphr C Morris PJarkaon Mannel Cra'ss A Craitiis E aire B Washington James vl ashlnfftou A itfford vi Johnson J Franklin J Hicks C Oriinlson 8am Jnnoa A Perkins K King C Collins J Ambeitt Jackson M Vauvhn Tbos Mnrrny C Davla A Monroe I Banks l White B Comboeh P Tavlor J Chuney J Jefferson C Kyer H Uordan K Davis W Plelils H l .rd BCole W Hunter A Waehlnaion B Wiliams A SlneorC Jin dan A Mite B Mite W H Tliomns R Porter A Davis R Jones J Jonea R Brown B (JriKIn D R Holmes M Morses W Davis J Dismond N r WIN liauii Jr U Uuckety U Hirdsana W iu Kyer HP Kyer W Lore 8 Tavlor M Brown O Brown C Comlie U Pernell P Pernell J Pernell H l.e-is I) Smith J Smith W lre A Ca ter IM Jones 8 Hall B Tlinmas B Edwards R lldnanls W r d- wanlsC Ellee C Moody Ike Smith M Whlols B Booker 8 Turner M Birdeorr u Aimos Uranvila Aimoss Hltey 8 jenorttonT Morgan, augll. SOLE AGENT FOR THE ANHEUSER-BUSH BREWING ASSOCIATION, NT. LOUIH, MO, The following celebrated brands always kept in stock : . Budweiser Keg and Bottled Beer. ' Erlangcr Keg and Bottled Beer. Anheuser Standard Keg and Botttled Beer. Pale Lager in Kegs. City and Country Trade Solicited. Families supplied with my Grocery Deliveries. JOS. WALL, FOUNDRY aud 1 JX Machine Shop, GREENVILLE, M18R. 3 Having estftblislied FOUKDEYm conuec tiou with wy Machine ;:r Shop, 1 m -proiiBreil Jfdj&t jo make all kinds of Iron nnclllrass Castings on utiort notice and at rea Bonahle figure? for CASH. Boiler Fronts, Orate Bars, Stove Castings, IJouse Fronts, and Every thing Pertaining to the Foundry and Machine Shop Bamuess. STEAMBOAT AND PLANTATION WORK A SPECIALTY. Terms Strictly Cash. Repair Wouk Promptly done Shop oc Central Avenue. nearUeoricia Pacific Railroad. B. Finlay &c Co., DEALERS IJV DRUGS AND MEDICINES, Perfumery, Toilet Soaps. Paints, Oils. DYES, GLASS, c, Onion sets, and Garden Grass and Flower seeds of all descriptions. Corner Washington Avenue and Walnut BtreH. of T&fltKrFinren overjummer I ,"ore ttrc'tve in an culnrod diver-1 expi It tills tirtifi. ami immni I ity of stork. It will pmhrnm cv(r-. I ifaF tOU HAVE WANTS, A liTST-l Tl T-i rnttlitn Formosa Oolong, Assam, J i j