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ZlrWh 13, 1889. Tiie Markets, vi!HE8AXB CKOFS. . seek b been dr' auJ ! .Wdin the last rain would pd br Mother. Where seed "AMrwiid early a good stand lired. There was s shower Cotton, Ordinary. " liowl t trdmarv I " Low Middling.. u Middiinj.. " Port (St. 1-oub) Flour Corn " Oats " ."" Orleans, April 11. s 5-s 9:1-16 9 3-4 .... U .. .. 5 M 5 j 31 'Jew jt huff.. kir V si; 1 1 . tjiennometer, -4 80 48 0.16 '""anil, -A, " Wkisr I ft Lf,y 1 1 : " "km. ""'kill Vtimu II SJIUW.T1L '"bill WH," Riot JHH, "lk A u, wiC! LHHmi J'lhaWkni,, Mum t p,, 'Ilk tip Q WiIIuh ' Fmrtlli f A Witijttowi 1 I HUmplliCi ' HKukiiMi ''lira Hi SWIIIIm,!, mm i Win, rn r H.iUm j h I Hetnl Ita, f tuptiuWh MeUiifn It KSrtmlwi oa J Horkaa oWWeiml it SJiimJt mm W Hiatal W Gutwe Ji U kUraWI ! 'ion J Viwrn JonM W WiH' in WWfitji, Kitr.lMM Wi UorwyJ 1(0 W Junta f ii J,llMJ WhlUIlt ten KHewlmv ii'ieriB A Witt 'nil A Winl Ith JFPrwII DmlM WIB, J Bulk i Bihu 'illlaiw.it Ala. 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Laarant'a when Lit the best meats, ateaks and C iiatton and beef, that can be He spares 00 pimvi jnt.ou mget the best. mch'23 U( gupcrrlsor Harry buutu lias l(ome Kx" wors lu luo 1Bl week, l an 1 mud hole near the L., K. O. f. 1 . . . Inn. road. jlendid quality faiicy Mattings 15 ivsrd, or a piece, at iKt E.G.MARSllAUi'S. .hire just received a shipment of ulebrated MOXOGUAM FLUUIt Lrtaoa Bros. & Co, call at once. p Murdock, the sociable voting Uboyer representing the firm of tbrtwk & Co, of Memphis, left to after winding up the season Ksrd the product of tho diseased ud try Cotton eeu uu .Lara. tee grocerymen Keep it. 011 Ct, sgent. april 6-6ts. lout 2 o'clock Wednesday night citizens were awakened by the of pistols and ringing of the tire llsiiuily it proved to be a fulse V; caused by the light from Mr. Will's foundry, which was doing casting for tho steamer apnug- IrbUon Bros. & Co, aro now sell t Celebrated Mono(ibam Fwi'it. )L3(Mt. iura emiity bottles and get nion- Jfusded if not a cure for all Mula toubles, Cheatham's Chill Tonic. ii by W. 1L Ballard & Co, aud (inlay & Co. mar 2-tjm. Irdi Miss, is on the road to suc- Iliere are now live large stores tod we learn that an euteriiris- 'oung man from Grueuwood wilt Mid. There is no doubt that in Kit five years to come, this will kite a town, as it Is in a 11 no lryand we see no reason it should irosper. F1SS0VEU. Monday evening with the setting of the sun begins the feast of Passover celebrated in commemoration of the exodus of Israel from Egypt, where mat nation nad been kept m bondage for several centuries. The feast is also called feast of unleavened bread, be cause during tha festive week "MatzotU' or unleavened rates replaee me usuai orea.L rassoycr last one week, autl the history of this most im portant Jewish feast is related in the second book of Moses, chapter xii, Serricw at the Synagogue of the Uebrew Union begin on Monday even ing at 7 o'clock ; the regular Passover services will be held ou Tuesday morn ing at 10 o'clock. The subject' of the discourse is, Frimus, Sumns, Eriuius; Text, Isaiah ix, 6-6. Tie Rim. The follow in s is the record from ihe Govern rumt Water Gauge for the past week : Saturday, Sunday, Monday, 1 uesday, Wednesday. Thursday, Friday. XOTICE! NOTICE! Last Chance for Houses and Mcles this season. Mr. J. U. Head has just returned from St. Louis with 29 driv ing horses and 18 fine mules. The horses are fine steppers and the mules good enough for auybody. We have 6 or 8 Match Teams. Those wanting stock for livery or any kind of work can get them now. Coino at once be fore they aro all gone. Respectfully, aprfi HEAD & HUNT. MUSIC AND DANCING. 1!rof. JAMES AND LADY Teachi-:hs of Music and Dancing. Music for Hulls and Parties. OfKNS at ItAltMONV HALL MONDAY, APRIL 8, at i aud 8 p. m, Lessons iu Dancing Mondays, Wednes days and Fridays; Ladies aud Children at 4 o'clock p. m. Gents at 8 p. 111. . Complimentary meeting, Thursdays at 8 p. 111. TERMS $6 per Serios of Ten Les sons; onc-balf to be paid ou the first lesson, balance ou sixth lesson. Satis faction Guaranteed. Anril 11. 1SS0. Cairo 9 0 Chattanoog.... 3 3 Cincinnati 19 I uelena Jl 6 Little Rock 9 9 Memphis lij i Nashville 8 l Pittsburg g J St. Louis 10 9 lcuburr SiS BITEB 0TES. Arkansas City for Natchez, down Sunday 7th, discharged 700 packages or merchandise and left with good way trip. ilelle of Memphis, for St. Louis, cp Aionuay the Btn. City of Baton Rouge, from New Or leans, passed up for Est Louis Tuesday at 3 a. m. Sunbeam, ui Tuesday 4 a. m. and returned 6 p. m. City of New Orleans, down Monday added 200 sacks cotton seed meal M r. A. Shangut, who has been quite sick, accompanied by his wife, and her fath er, Mr. I. Weiubersr. left in CUT of New Orleans for the Crescent City, e trust to see him return shortly in restored health. Arkansas City, up Thursday for St. Louis. New Mary Houston, from Cinciu- natti, passed down for New Orleans Wednesday night, 9 p. in. with full load. City of Vricksburg, with her guards in the water, discharged 1100 packa ges merchandise and lcit for Natchei lhursday 8 p. m. Sunbeam, up Friday, i p. m. and re turned 6 p. m. Tho towboat Springhlu, with large tow ol coal for A. I), race, while mat ing a lauding near Arkansas City, blew out her cylinder bead ; aud came here for repairs. Mr. Joe Wall re paired the damage and she returned after her barges r riday morning, lndeome figured Challics Gets a it 2t. E. G. Marshall's. it-Class Dressmaking. s. Vkai, of New Orleans, will perfect fits, and stylish costtimos Vslccd. Rooms at Mrs. R. S Anear Frcsbytcrian Church. IMf most important building event times to Greenville Is that of tho Vmitb Cotton and Provision Corn- It will be let, under plaus on litlon at tho store of the company, pnuay next. 11 for the MONOGRAM FLOUR, lirbleou Bros. & Co, it is the post and healthiest in the World. 130-at, meetings at tho Baptist Church closed on last Wednesday night accessions to that church, and the promise of many others to 'hurch soon. Mr. Leavell rcturn- Satcliez ou Thursday with the wishes of our people who had the N of hearing him. Matthew J SI . A MILLION. The Greenville Brick and Improve, meut Company has, now on hand for Immediate delivery, a million of good brick, at prices that defy competition. Their extensive pluut has recently been largely improved and they are now ful ly prepared to meet all demands that may be mado upon them. Ladies lino hemstitcUcd llumlker chiefs 6 cents, at April 6-2t. E. G. MARSHALL'S. Electric Lights. Tho Council has renewed contract with tho Electric Light Company for three years. We have not had tlmo to see the contract yet, but believe that the only material mndillcatiou is tho re duction of cost of all lights over 60, to $100 per annum. Hsloif To planters and country merchants who visit Grccuvillo If they will cull at. tho great dry goods store of B, Wolf & Co. Our beautiful new Spring stock Is now In, and we can oiler (iltl'.Ai bnrgiiins in sum 41 If 11 jBlinSClW.JJf ,r HSclllBI'f' I tiler s nii"n ' r a hci'" K Kcn'lleinW ImASmiikty llrf7w"a ti.il.lMli lhn-kiM-1 " ffj, .1.11.1 1 Solum" lii M J 1 . . ... W K " .1 w, n.ln" 11 smnen Above low water mark iWt Aprd b 4 f m. 7 " 8 9 10 II 12 2T.05 26.60 26.10 25.70 25 45 25.15 24.85 f: 13 3 17 3 8 3 I 9 S 4 Xew Supply of Hats and Flowers Jt't-T Rkceivsd by M.. D O CTDriU aptu.lt mij.n, O.OI nLnni, ilWWWMUAaWi The firm of Ganiache & Barrett con sisting ot V. Gamache and S. R. Bar rett, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent a R. Barrett pur chases the entire interest of Y. Gamache, and assumes all of the In debtedness of the old firm, and is alone authorized to make all collec tions due said old firm. Mmr. Y. G amacuk, S. It Babkktt. April 10th 1888. C. O. P. The Cotton Seed Oil Product Co, has placed its famous lard at all the leading family grocery stores iu Greeu- vine through their local agent, Noil Hurshc. Some of the advantages claimed are that this vegetable lard is pure, clean and wholosoine. Compos ed solely and entirely of the highest grade of retlned yellow Cotton Seed Oil and the pure fat of Beef. Discard the product of the diseased hog and send for a trial can or Cotton bum Laho. For sale by tho Goldsmith Cotton and Provision Co, Rucks & Dunbar, Head & Co, and Vormus Bros. Mar. 23-8ws. FINE WATCH REPAIRING. Satisfaction guaranteed, at aprl7-tf Frank Bimdkr's. SZ222TS SALS. THB STATE Or MISSISSIPPI, " AMtlSBTOl V.WCBTY. In Circuit Court, to May term. 1SS9. L. Waldauer. 1 Ft. Fa. No. S54S, L. Waldauer. I " " i49. Simon Weiss, S530. Thomas Jones. I By virtue of the above execution, to me directed, I shall expose to public hub. at tne aoor 01 tne court nouse. In Greenville, within the hour nrvscrihed uj iw, 10 me mguesi otuaer, lor easn, on ine First Monday of May kkxt. all the right, title and interest of the defendant, Thomas Jones, in and to the rouowine described nrorwrtv. tn-wlt: Lot 1, Block 40, of the Skinner Addition to the town of Greenville. Washington county, Mississippi. The same having been levied upon as the property of the defendant. Thomas Jones, and will be sold to satisfy plaintiffs claim and all costs. W. K. HUNT. Sheriff of Washington Count?. Jxo. L. Ghiftin, Deputy Sheriff. April 13, No. 3D. tds. P. M9Nh9 u.muiouuu s LI. SPRING Our first word la BARGAINS ! And all from a prac tic ally unlimited line of BRIGHT, NEW STILES to SHHL Facts and figures convince all comers that we offer MiM oMni Evebt Tram Beings us Something New and Novel. k i i i i SHERIFF'S SALE. THK STATE OT MISSISSIPPI, ( mwiISTOI lOt KTT. I In Circuit Court, to May term, 180. A. Adler A Co., 1 r, Ea No ,3 Suite Davids, etal. J By virtue of the above execution, to me directed, I shall exnoee to public sale, at the door of the court house in Greenville, within the hours prescribed by law, to the highest bidder, for cash, on the First Monday or May next. all the right, title and Interest of the defendants, Sulke A Davids, Id and to the following described property, to- wit: Lot 4, Block t of First Addition to Town of Areola, Washington coun ty, Mississippi. The tame having been levied uiiou as the property of the defendants, Sulke A Davids, and will be sold to satisfy plaintiff's claim and all costs. W. E. HUNT, Sheriff of Washington Countv. . .. . j.to. ii. uHiPKiN, I'epuiy pnerin. April 13, No. SU.tdf No wonder we are always crowded, and never idle. WHY? f Never have better goods becu shown I Never have greater vari eties been offered! Never havo prices been so low I Ttoisio room for iproTeieai. (ay-It's a blessing to be within reach of such an opportunity. County Justices can got Delinquent Poll Tax Warrants aud Receipts at the Timks olfice. 8 A 14 r. IlrtlWn nnc t Thoftip'! I. .in pfm v. ,iirj5s" ; wist :,l,rnKlT wnKJIe;. rwi i A Ll" " . .1 K-,tnn i .... h '":,'; ''"fvi"-'" ; t K S1 J'-liiltifk- Ale""',;. Car Lots or Large (Quantities of HAY, CORN, OATS Kkind of Feed Stuff, MEAL MEAT, FLOUR fisctllnucous goods, don't buy until w HEAD & CO. Cotton Seed oil Lard. I! product of tho cotton seed bears me relation to hoc lard that Jor- wtter does to oleomargcrine, aud as certain to drive tho b. 1. out taarkchs. Kept by all Greenville . april 6-6ts. I! tbo spring tunc comes, gentle lame," e chills and fover bloom once lore," pbad better buy a bottle of Cheot- m' Chill Tonic,'' f11 tho man who runs the nearest ,,rSt tnre. paaltby W.ll. ltullurd & Co. Nones S. Ihiiiiiltoii was in Grwn- last Wednesday, exchanging with his host ol friends, tier were glad to note that nil worry li.ivo not ubolishcd 'Mime rheury, chipper style. "bnrrpil i i.ii ....1 .i,;,,,i ".IN's a,... . ,...j , I E. (1. Ma ti hall's. I Wo bought for cash aud will givo the peoplo the betielit of our bargains. Come aud sco our goods and get our prices. B. WOLL & CO. BLACKSMITHS. The Blacksmith's Favorite COAL. PITTSBURG NUT, Per Hogshead, F. O.B. bcro, 1.50 PITTSBURG LUMP, Per Hogshead, F. O. B. here, 8.00 Orders promptly filled and satisfac tion gtvon or mouey refunded. Respectfully, A. I). PACE. Greenwood Lot Sales, Special to The Times-Democrat. Greenwood, April 10. Tho biggest land sale Greenwood ever had took place Saturday, Dr. J. P. Henry soiling at auction seven acres of his land lying close to tho site of the new Georgia Pacific depot. The laud was cried off by Messrs. Rush and Gardcnor, and was bought mainly by Greenville cap Itahsts. The first auction land sale took place last week, wheu several acres of the same land was cried off and were bought maiuly by home men. We havo a largo Hue of all kinds of GROCERIES AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES which wo offer as cheap as anybody. Call aud see us. . fob 16 HEAD & CO. Pure food ingredient is essential to health ami life. This Is a rule which Cotton Sepd Oil Lard serves well. Neil llarslio, nzoiit. april 6-fits. ;-I, x .., ,r,Jnniiistii..i '''of Jwkwm slid yWille, win nb us on Monday I """day l,t. Hi, 0d fronds and r''0WllS. trnra irla.l in irn.nt 'at discuss the growing glories of "iff home. Musical instruction of a high order is now In the power of our citizens. Prof. Waldcmnr Malmenc, of Cincin nati!, a man eminent m his calling. Is lu (ireeuville to make it bis future home if sufficiently cuouraged. We hope that this will bo extended and so vnlimliln nn nciitiisitlou secured. Tho Pr..riss..r will uliiV in tho choirs of Hie S)iigigu and tiie Episwptilitiu Cluifclu's. "lie shook and he slmoK, till his shak- dm was chronic," "He tlie-i took a bottle of Cheatham's Chill Tonic" , , , . . -lie stiid to his friends, though a shake? of yore." ,, , . 'Thanks to th-i C. C. lonie, I 111 a flinKer no more." For side by A. Ii. FlnlaJ & Co. At this season of the year it requires a good provider to stock a meat stall. Such an one is L. P. Ijaurcot. He not ouly looks out for tho staple articles but also for such chance supplies, 1 isu, Flesh or l'ewl as cau possibly be had. March 23 tf. Cheatham's Chill Tonic is peculiarly adapted to persons in enfeebled health and Invalids. It assists digestion, and is a perfect atrcngthener and appetizer. Satisfaction or money refunded. For sale by W. II. Ballard A Co. 600 gents stiff Brim Hats at 75 cents each at April 6-2t. E. G. MARSHALL'S. Mr. Converse, an old and respected citizen of Issaquena, died at home iu Duncansby on the 11th inst. Mr. Juo. L. Root and Mr. Tracy of Illinois, the latter a relativo of the deceased, were In town yesterday to procure a coffin for him. tit w ant.l ''rrmjK,M, 1x'rt Watchmaker Mid Jeweler. 11 found nl lUARD'S dkug store. . . and romplirafeil Wnl. h Pi specialty. arpil 7-1 f. STRAW HATS! E. i. MARSHALL'S. Vi i ""Kbhor." You cnu never '" . Ti- . .linn vii r 1.111 Tit 1 ti.r ill ... lull. Tetter liln.rirorm el.t . ising him to use Hunt's ln - IZlXl Sf Price ,. TO THE POIKT! M"o handvcvrmiss a cu-foliierwlio ,u,ts anvt'i.i.ig FiUST-CLASS in CLOTHING. Our present stocK ft TTNK SPRING CLOTHING, made ,rr.,in all the best kinds of goods emtable f.,r this dininte, is a marvel of COMPI.ETKNES. N''w ,ytl'W WK Ml i""1 more of the erlcbrnleU Dt'NLAP H ATS just lu. y .MINER . SKAULES. Vicksburg. Miss. BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The Br.s r Saiak In the world for Cuts, Bruises. Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, ami positively cures Piles, or no pay re quired. It is guaranteed togive perlinst stiliifiiclion. or money refunded. Price 2.- cents per bor.' For side hy A. II. .'inl.Li-& Ci- mcii.to:iy MAK1GEU. t Dm residence of Mr. and Mrs. M. IVuch-man, Miss Gimmk Ouoi.kh and Mr. Hrnuy OoiTLMit, Rahhi P.ogeu olliiiuling. l lie linimv coinilc will iniiko their home in Winterville, where Mr, Hull Is iu buiincss. Sherill'k Hale. Tiis Stats or Mississippi,') Washington County. J In P. 8. Long, Justice of the Peace Court, to May term, 18.su. E. G. Cook, v VFl.Fa.No.2553. R. A.Lantrston. ) By virtue of the above execution, to me directed, 1 shall expose to public sale, at tne aoor 01 tne court nouse in Greenville, within the hours prescribed oj law, to tne nignest Dinner, ror easn on the First Monday op May next, al the riirht, title and Interest of the de fendant, R. A. Langston, In and to the following described property, to-wlt ei ot sw4 of section 22. township lii, ran ire 6 w, SO acres, all In Washington county of said btate. The same having been levied upon as the property or tne defendant, It. A. Langston, and will be sold to satisfy riaintltt s olaliu and all costs. W. K. HUNT. hherill of Washington County Jno. L. Giiikkin, Deputy SheritT. April 13, No. 3!), tds Sherlir's Sale. THE STATIC OF MISSISSIPPI, WasUIKOTOR COUNTT. III E. Hauptinan, .Mayor and ex-offlclo Justice ot the Peace 'Jourt, to May term, m. Jonas Goodman 1 vs. VFi. Fa. No. 2354. Jake Si. non. I By virtue Of the above execution, to me directed, I shall expose to public sale, at the door of the court house In Greenville, within the hours prescribed by law. to the highest bidder, for cash, on the Fnisr Monday op May next, all the right, title and Interest ot the de fendant, Jake Nlmon, In and to the fol lowing described properly, to-wlt i w1 of sej and w of ej of seL section IU, township 18, range 6 w, 1 211 acres, all in Washington county of said State. The same having been levied upon as the property of the defendant, Jake Simon, and will be sold to satisfy plalutirs claim and all costs. W. F HUNT, Sheriff of Washington County. Jso. L. GRifPiN, Deputy Sheriff. April 13, No. 3f), tds SHERIFF'S SALE, THE STATE OP MISSISSIPPI, I WAniKiiToii tottrrr. In Circuit Court to May term, 1889, II. F. Krlger, 1 vs. Fl. Fa. No. J528 Sep Cooper, Horace ' No. 0010. Scott and Frank Jones By virtue of the above execution, to me directed, 1 shnll expose to public sale, at the door of the court house in Greenville, within the hours prescribed by law, to the highest bidder, for cash, on the F'irht Monday or May nkxt, all the right, title and Interest of the dfendant, Horace Scott, in and to the following described property, to-wit: nwlof lot 4 of block 20 of Third Addi tion to City of Greenville, Washington county, Mississippi. The same having been levied upon as the property of the Defendant. Horace Scott, and will be sold to satisfy plaintiff's claim and all costs. W. E. HUNT, Shenffof Washington County. Jso. L. Gripfin. Deputy Hlmriff. April No. 3. tiis a amy n:mn ct n"SS4 r own yivt-fttf T.lti'isV'L L ' dvi m1 1 R li. I , SMiaillecd ( ( ( 'Ttaiu Chill Cure ' h Hiiv,ilh!i&'alrrde..,ndtio.uevcr ,,.,:,, 1 havo been aelllng U on s. '! . ' , m l.nv.k chills with piivi- l v.. in c- ..f ftiluro. of customer ;.I,i.r rl.r,i...ni.y,wilh happy results so fur. t ,,Wm r0" returned. Vours Irilly, , SEW ADVEUTIS101 OPERA HOUSE FOR SM The (irceiivillo Opera House com plete, or the Building w ithout Seats ami Scenery, for sale. Apply I", .1. ALEXANDER, Manager. STSilED 03 STOLES. From Barnes L'indiiig ou the night of the Kllh n Dapk li;oN-tiiiv Makb Mri.K, Fifteen luuids high, and about 5 years old A rew ard f !0.00 will be paid for return of sriid tinliii.'il to Messrs. WII.C.INSKI Ii IJARNF.S, nt the Uiidiuv. fl"-'?'-"' , If Em! Vi AND Pi JJjJJ" I t So pi 2 i sarj r e- I I C3 V ZM a Our BeantiM New Stt all Bright, Clean and Fresh, ai consists wholy of the Latest and Most Popular Styles Get our prices. They will compare favorably with any city East or West. Including MANY SPECIAL BARGAINS which cannot be duplicated. Complete Like op all kinds of Dress Goods, FRENCH al AMERICAN SATEENS Chnlll os, HENRIETTAS, Merino Guipures MOIIAIIIW In Plain, Silk Mixed and Satin Stripes, J. GOLDSMITH, Secretary. N. FASS, Manager Cotton Dept. ! The Goldsmith ! CQTTOW al PROVISION CO. S. COLDSJIITIT. President. SSTAJ3LTSHED IUST 1871. LUMBER YARD, NEAR THE ZiAUM- T. R. . Depot. H"mg opened a Yard as above, I will keep oa hand ALL MANNER OF LUMBER ; CONTRACTOR ASD BUILDER. Ilaus furuUhed for all stvles of dwell ings ou application. Office at the Yard. aplC B. P. V AUG ITT. The Oldest Wholesale and Retail GROCERY HOUSE in the Delta. YES YOD DO! mi? Cotton and Country Produce handled on consignment on a complete Commission Merchant's system. Correspondence solicited Nuns Veilings. Orgendies Silk Grenadines and Lawns, iu all new and desirable shades. Complete Line of WHITE GOODS. Tlain, Checked and Striped Muslin?, Organdies, India Linens, Persian Lawns, Etc, Embroideries, Laces, FLOUNCINGS and ALL OVERS, in WHITE, BLACK and COLORED. tIn this department we show the Largest, Best and Cheapest line ever brought to ftrecnvllle, bought direct from tho Manufacturers and Importers. COMPLETE LINE OF No 0110 cau approach us In this for Style, Bkactv and Low Pricks They must be sceu to be appreciated. COMPLETE LINE OF Towels, Table Linens and Napkins. PARASOLS, NOTIONS, RIBBONS, MILLINERY GOODS, STRAW HATS. CORSETS. Including the Celebrated P. 1). and P. N. Corsets. All colors of Satlu Corsets. The most complete lino of HOSIERY HANDKERCHIEFS, NECIC RUCHINGS, SILK GLOVES AND MITTS. In this department we show many ex clusive Styles and Novelties. Klioes. Shoos. Nlioen. Everything In this lino for Laimkh', MKN'HBiid Childhkn's weak China Hatting! China .MallliiC. (lima Nanine. At hint f hey have come; a Car ; Load of Ihcm. Wo know the city is full of Ihcm, but if you are look ' lug to- your iiiteresls, so far as slylw, quality and prices arc con cerned, you can only buy them from K. i. MARSHALL SPRIG GOODS! Si r'j M. SALMON, Proprietor. HaviM? closed out mu Winter bloci I am now filled up with a spring Slock of -CLO T II I JST G , including the very best and finest suits. Gentlemens Furnishing Goods and Clothing, feiTCUBtoiii-iiiado by the celebrated Clothers, Ilaiuuierslough Brothers.-a T CLEAN UP. And for that purpose you will want Pope Eyes or Ms, ton, Brooms, WINDOW WASHERS. TUBS, SP0SUtS.il. IU tkiliKt (STOCKWELL) la ttti, Ju.t step lu and see n.y beautlflil lot of CARPETS, tti,rCau save you 1J to 20 per ccnt."t Oil Clothsli Mattings. Hoes, Rales ani Garden Tools. I.AWM VASKS AND 1'LOWKR POTS. GEO. W. STOCKWELL, i;ki;i: yii.i.i:. hiss, Childrens Suits a Specialty. Faclrorne'Q Ciastora-rciado Men's, Ladies, Misses and Boy's Shoes. SOUTHERN HOPE. MOST PROLIFIC COTTON IN TIIE SOUTH. Sales 1888: 10L1P. l'i, KIJ, 13, 10 and l'l cents ncr pound. Will miike more money per acre than other cotton. Address wr particulars, price, etc, feb9 K J. Mf(ji El I EH, Pinckneyvillo, Wilkinsou Co., Miss .1. CJ, tJreonley'H THOROUGHBRED TROTTING STALLION PROCTOR KNOTT, (I'.y Harry Wilkes,) Will make the Season JSS9 at the Palace Stables, GREENVILLE, MISS, Terms, $10 in advance, Pcditp'cc shown at stables. m9-lm Neu Spring Goods. JUST IUSCKtVED. A Large and Complete Line of SPRING SUITS, For Men, Boys and Children. inTDBE-WEiiE, Etc., Also the Nobbiest Styles of Neckwear. InteHt Ht.yleH ol DUNLAP AND STETSON HATS. SOL. BRILL. All alterations made on clothing free of charge- A. ANDERSON -DKAI.tll IN- STOVES and TINWARE. A FULL mii.OF Queensware, Glassware .and Crockery. 0 Roofing, and Guth rinj IonejnShJL Xotice. 4Tin, Coppcrp.and SliecMronj Worker. GO TO smiiins & oo. (Sii.M:,'s,,r to MiluliU k llolllnt,) 'VAim T.fiTliHl r, . UlKlXTIlUl lilM, ron c OJ si r. a A Large Supply Always on Hand, Hpcoial rates t lurK" eoniunicn, sttitnibosls nd Intnl. inoh Amendment to th Charter of Inoorserttiaa of Ths Citiions Building inibotn Assoaiaiion of QrtnvilU, Mis. Seel Ion 2 of Art. Ill, of tho Charter of Incorporation of The Citizens Build ing and Loan Aocialiou of (ireeu ville, MkiiMppI, Uu and the same Is hereby amended, so as to be as follows, to-tvlt: No one person or firm, as a firm, shall hold more than Thirty Shares of stock lu any one series of this Association j provided, however, that parcnti or guardians may hold slock for minors lu tho manner pro vided by law. march 80-30ds. Notice to Builders. Shinnies! Shingles! i ou sua:. We can supply 75,000 Si Per Wtt, ZM Dimensions mi All Heart 1st Class at - $3.50 2nd " " - 2.50 iK'liveredJit Georgia Pacific Depot, (iremville. !'--""'""' " ; .STARLING UHITH 00,13 IfjiiKKN vir.i.n. Miss. mch:io flPlanters Oil Mill. Patkokaoe Bolicited, Peompt Settlements Made and Satisfaction Gcakanteed. Clothing and Plats. Look ill our slock. get our prices tic fore buying elsewhere. Wc will save you money. - :''! ' - . ' -r r r' f,i '-'v . . .' . fl,v " l (jive us a call and look through mir stock before purchasing rlscwhcrc. We will save yon money, bei-ides show ing flie largest ami lioit Rwrted stoi k lu the city. In fact y ou can't do better anywhere. "in (j.JIai!:::!!. 4- ,.fl iic Tre i-r-rn.l - my. wm 7 VI F Hal;;ul si, I. ly inviic.i lo I , j , bftii 'hold by Claik IJ10' Apnl 1 " at " we bT W. H.'Bailttrd ACo.