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Tit riilf Fmblrnailra!!. fiAUTJJAV. JL'NE 'J li.9. DllTULK IkOf BUUTIS. Week EnJInj balurdaj, Juae fr'd.lv.'. No eitiu-ive ii.jury u reported on account of tbe heavy raiusof lal wok aud the first part of lui. The tem perature and amount of sunshine have Ufa favorable. The ihicf apprehen sion now i oa account of the grass uJ weetU, which the cuntiucou rein hare allowed to g.'t a rigorous urt !u ntaur localities. Altogether the out look for eorn and cotton U favorable. in spite of the extreme of drouth ami excessive raiufall to abicb the crow have leen subjected. TbefoltowingUtberaiufa.il report ed, including iu tome ca.v the heavy rains which fill In the Xorthert part of the State on the 14th: lUtcmille 3.75, 1'niven.ity 2.43, I'outotoc 3.J0, Holly Springs 2.67, Hernaudo 8.79, Kipley A.'.'O, Okaloaa 3.60, Aberdeen 4.50,Coluuibua 4.03, Maeou 0.67, (J reen jrille 4.04, Kolling Fork 3.45, Yicksburg 1.13, fcdward .10, Wayueaboro .11. Hazlchurnt .03, l'ort Gibson .66, Ilrook haTen 1.1 (, Fayette !.75, Nutchei 1.4, Corinth 4.17, Hieni 4.41, Mobile, Ala. 1.17. HTMIAI, ITKMS KHOM OIlBKitVKKK. Xakhes Warm, but seasonable, Two heavy rains during the week. Fayette Jut the right weather for coru, which now promise a Hue crop. Cotton growing very fast, lltmty of - young grata coming on. ltolllug Fork t'ora looking much richer iltice the line ralu thin week. Uateaville L'oru and cotton dolug well, except where they were over flowed by the streams. ltiouzl All crop growing. IUlu In cxccM. Cotton getting quite granny. l'ontotoc Cropt grow lug iplendid lr but getting grassy. Overflow damaged crops on bottom land. Ripley The raiua have improved crop rery rapidly. In bottom html om injury done, and immense crop orgra and wectU started. (irocuvlllo Crop In fine condition. More raiut would bo hurtful. llrookhaven Crop all looking fluo ly. and promise well ., . H. H. Ft t.roN. lulveroily, Mini. Trxai Bmecrau. A (ieorgla farmer, II. I'.Joiie. writ ing of Texan Hluegra, any a: "When t rt obtained the Tciaa bluegra I had knot of ground infi-atml with Ilermuda and nut graxn, ajid it wan worth but little. I act the bluegran root In March, quite lato for nlautlinr. It took hold, however, and the next apt Ing waa found trongly contenting the territory with the other grao. The llermuda and Texa gra held about equal grouud during tbo accoud cawn, a no uut graft wan ceu. The Tcxaa gram prove a conquercr of nut grass and the valuable land now aban doned to thli plant may be restored by Texa grass to more thuu their original value In making tho richest paaturca for summer and winter. Nothing make a donor sod than tho Tcxaa blue, I consider it a great ao quMtlou, ami combined with Iternm. da, or on scparato plots, alternating a they do In their mniu icaon of - ferowth, It provides a inont excellent, ciieap aud perpetual panture. The Texaa grow ing season li from Soptciu. bor till Juno, aud It remain green during the tummcr. Kveu Kentucky's famou pastures are uo better than thoiio made lu (ieorgla by Texa blue grass, and uo plant ha boon given tho Southern (State that promise to be more valuable" lUttle KoiU.1 As the lion U tho king of bca-t the eat'le U tti Unif 6t bird. The an cient Unman. !!. I to let n I'v from t!i f:iu.-rnl pyiv i.f a ! F.mieri'r. linden ailuili t to tbi cu. tuiii in hi- uiu.vmu Oliver Croiutve'l after hi funeral, when he ea: (MlieioHs haste I'on't let toosoDII th-wredealv II y. In iii-rnMlv the cslt1 sini'ie furli- tuiic, and it hat fur aerrral iftituric been a favorite ilevi'-e or r-tyal ban ner. It n;u the tu-uu of the ancicut Kiug of iiabylou and I'ersia. The lioiimus ad ipted it toKt-ther w ith oth er device, but Mariu made it the cu- i''ii of the lee'mu and ued the other device fur the cohort. Frauce under the Umpire, had th'i eaele for it na tional devirr. The two-headed rairle. aoa device, w a llrt tivd by Coualau- tine the tireat, aud aiguille a double empire. There i a mpemltion, verv ancient, that every ten year the eagle oar into a "liery region" and plunge thence Into the ca, where moult iug it feather. It acquire new life, hpen ocr allude to this iu hi poem, "The Faerio (Juceu f A le frrth ont tl lb imh-au wy, Wbcn b hth lfi bli plumeiall Uairy gny. And dMka him wit witb L tler jruDthral J. In the book of I'talm we read: "Thy youth I reuew cd like the cbkIbV The eaglo I tho mjiportcr of the lei teru cburchea, because that bird l tho natural enemy of tho acrpeut, and it i alxo emblematic' of St. John, the Evau gelUt, becaiiMt, like tho eaglo ho looked on "the sun of glory." Tbe (ilea ha alwny been held that the caglo alone of all tbe animal world haaeye which can withstand the full blaze of tho inn at midday. Milton In hi great prow work ofAreopaifltlea" allude to this idea iu tho following eloquent passage: "Mellilnks laeelu my mind a uoblo aud puissant nation arousing herself like aatrong man af ter leep, aud ahaklng her iuvinciblo lock: methink I co her a an eagle viewing her mighty youth aud kind ling her undazzled eye at the full mid day beam." Tho torm golden caglo and spread caglo aro commemorative of the Crusade ; they woro tbe device of the Emperor of tho Knst. in the mythology of HenmHimvIa there I a fable of a wonderful ash tree which drop honey. In tho branches alt an caglo, a aqulrrel and Jfour atag. At the root lie tho serpent Xilhhoggcr, gnawing It, wlillo tho tqulrrcl run up and down tho tree trying to ow atrlfo between the caglo aud the lerpeut. W. H. Ballard & Co., DEVLEKS IX- Drugs and Hiciiics. A. lAill Line of Toilet Articles, Sundries, Perfumes, Etc. Etc. Prescriptions a Specialty. Coiltel Ml Of Hl!lL TELEPH05E CALL, 14 6 PURE SODA WATERS 0 OF ALL FLAVORS. Manufactured from Pin e Distilled Water jxntl ICeal I Vuit Sj'rups, LKMOX. STEiWBKEKi', CiISGEU ALF, SELTZEB, ETC. ALL OBDEBS FILLED FBOMPTLY. rLowet price and freight rate guaranteed. H 13 O BROAYiW-SToi! f VTP Tf-ii r ,. . FOR SALE OF MACHlKr GKEEXVILLi; MISS " N ' 1 BELL BLOCK, FUPLIR STRtEk. tREEWILLE, MISS. FRESH GOODS. NEW PRICES. H. G. m ANKLIN, WA8HISOT05 AVENUE. GREENVILLE, MISS. lias in stock and receives daily choice lines of -STAPLE AND FANCY 3 COAL and WOOD. We always keep a large stock on hand of -ALL, CiltA.lK!S 0 H i Pittsburg, Alabama asi Kentucky Coal. r 'r-i Blacksmith Coal in hogsheads or sacks. GEOCEEIES J. C Gheenlet. J. M. Lei J. l LEE & CO., r i . H Sole agent for thi territory of The CYlebrattMl Corona, Ala., Coal ICE. ICE. ICE. -MANUFACTURERS OF- P Pl'RE DISTILLED WATER ICE. 5) Order for ear load aud aek promptly filled. ISADOKE IIEXTER. rrr. and Supt. JAKE WILCZIXSKI. Sec. and Treaa, aEQil aElOiCLtO alaw & 6 t S I Lowest Prices and Freight Kates Guaranteed. Will nMnn.l tn 4K T) i' 1 T . of proeprty in Greenville and surrounding uonuir, uic collection 01 rents ana the a ft t payment ot taxes. fyou a. storfoii t'lotluat , dueen,,1 ' ermi. y for j hof) Alao oar Patent t invl'roof Gin House, built of Iron ..h 18 re,,uired. We aeU the celebrated Koo. SeiefltiflcGrin" C ear corn with .huck. "811111- Alabama Pg o Mill k GOLDSTEIN, -The Old Keliable,- 1 am now prepared to take on! w all of the BEST GRADES of ALABAMA Coi Tie First lotale Use in Greeiie. L fc N. WILCZIMSKL L....ilace Jour.rers now A r.vvvZvuZ xrZo ' 8l4V irom 4" ou cents per ton. Have just received the largest, Spring Stock of Very reiPfuUyt jjancy ana staple JDry Goods, A. D PA' Ladies, Gents, Boys and fhlldrens Hats, Boots ail Shoes, GREENVILLE Wholesale and Retail Dkalebs in MISS. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING SHOES, Groceries and Plantation Supplies. FANCY and STAPLE GROCEKIES, J Q HEAT) sr Of ever handled by auy oue house la Greenville, which they offer to 'XA.J OC , IIIIIU HAMS AM, PLilVTRRS DIALERS IN Sole Aqknts rov thk- at Driees to rnmiietn n-Ith mv i.. .i ui - I inuD iu uiu couuvrr. KeeoirnUtiiir Mm ailvnntiorna i.f II, I. ..u.. - viri .i I. . . . the wholo Delta, wo are determined to lose no effort to induce merchant and plauter of our own and surrounding eouutle to como aud elvo u a trial. a e can ana mil sujiplu Everu Merchandise to tho trade a cheap aud on a liberal term a any city In the country. Mm Carri PHOTONS Carts, 1- """ iciui. m iuiy kiij m me country. I I I Celebrated Tennessee Wagons. SJj " to ANDALL KINDS OF WHEELED VEHI( IT W AS 0M( II KU 8HIH. CrtnatioR Dot Plcant BUbl. The grave may have it terror, but It aoem that tho crematory Is evou terribio o far a its eflcet goe on (ho living. At a roccnt cremation, so the story goc, a certain undertaker iu th city deeliied to watch the action or the beat on tho body as It wai being cou umed. Ho stationed himself at the amali glas that gives a view of tho In ner furnace aud watched the t.roeeod. ine uouy wax that of a womau. As the heat came on tho hair began to riae and fall over tho fnro. Tho rye opened aud stared widely at tho top or me mrnare, the lingers and feet moved as though In agony, tho tuotilli opened and every muscle in tho bo.lv seemed to be writhing from the terri ble pain of tho Intense heat. The at. taehes of tho crematory say thnt this is always tho effect on a bod v. TU undertaker, It Is claimed, has slept but Very little siuee tho experiment. Ex Those HapDj Oaii. Vouu Man Don't Jou remember Old (Joutloman Cau't say that I ever saw you before. "Don't you remember little Sammy Uambry, who used to steal your peaches and break your wludow twenty yeara ago, right hero In Austin?" "Why, certainly, 1 remember you now very well ; how you used my peaches, aud don't yon romoniber how I caught you jnt as you were getting over the feuco one dny, and how I tanned your little hide for your "You hot you did I Ah, those happy days v. Ill nevor come again." Time. The Verdict TJnanimoua, W.D. Unit. OrupRiRt. Hippu, 1ml. testifies: 'I can recommend Kleetrle Bitters a the very best remedy. Kvery Willi wiu naa'veii renei inevery ease. One man tooK six bottles ami wnseurnil of Rheumatism of 10 year slumllnir." Abrahnui Hnre.driiirKiRt. Hellvllle, Oliln, aftlirms: The best nelling metlirlne 1 have ever hnmlled In my ai yenrs' pxpe-j-lene, I fJleetrln HilterM," 1'linus nla of other have milled their test iinii- '' vordirt t unanimous but d cure M t .use of . i.m v "r ! 4 H''r a ; ' 't' t,t v . ri'hlladrlphla Ueeord.l hMy man is loo buy to como him self, so please glvo me a marriage cer- tlth ate," aid a chipper dauiu of uot more than thlrtytwo yeara as tueu guess age as ho alepped Into Mar riage License Clerk Ulrd's ollho ouo day last week. "I'crtaiuly," said tho pollto clerk. Ho reaehod for a pllo of papers, aud looking at the calendar remarked: "Ninth." "No; only tho sixth." put In tbo I temalo. "Then I'm wrong," replied tho clerk. "Yes, you are; l'vo only had II vo, ami thi Is tho sixth," ald tho woman, to tho rlcrk'a aurpriso. "Oh, I meant tho day of tho mouth." laughingly replied the elork. "Thi ono U a darling, and I'll try and raise him," said tho w oman, "lie's a clerk iu a dry goods store, and bo never sils down for fear he'll crease hi pantaloon mid mako them bag at tno knee. Hut I II glvo him a lesson. I'm iu awful hard luck with men. Soou as I get them fixed I lose them. No. 1 was such a nice man. Ho diod I with consumption. When ho died lie had seven yards of porous plaster wrapped around him. No. a was a very nice man. Ho worked iu Du pont's powder factory. .lust my luck. When he was blown tip there wasn't euough of him to make a hair locket. No 3 was also a tiieo man. Ho fol lowed tho ea, and they loll mo a whale wallowed him up. No. 4 was a nleo man, too. Ho was a book-agent. Oh, ho rould talk sweet. I used to sit by tho hour and listen to' him. Ho bought a divorco out in Illinois and cut it to me. No. fi was a uico man. 1 worshipped that fellow. Ho got to bo a politician and stayed out lato at the caucuses, llosald ho was trying to get a contract to clean tho streets ; and dear knows they uced it, don't Ihcy? Well, ho died of enlargement of the head. Now, hurry up with that paper. No. 8 is such a nice fellow. Hut ho might ( hango hi mind." Who took the paper and hurried un to tho store, nnd w hen No. 6 camo out ho marched off to his doom. vrLinEUAL Advances Madb Uro Consignments of Cotton.- i articular attention paid to this, aud satisfaction guaranteed. For the Spring and Summer V e havo received largo lino of Gouts, Udios, Misses and L'hildrcus SH 0 ES, of Fluo and Medium tirades, at our I Star Slioe Storo. To Keep House Without a WIKU (lllZE CHARTER OAK STOVE Is a slow btisluoaa. The Old Reliable Hardware House of H. E. WETHERBEE is tho ouly ngont for this pride of the kitchen and for other favorites Also deals largely In- Hardware, Queensware, Glass and Tinware, Barbed Fence "Wire nnd AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS STOCK. IilTTLE 1IUC I. II. 13. W1STII13II 111313, Oldest Hardware House iu Oroouvlllo Low Prices. Staple s Fancy Groceries. FRESH GOODS RECEIVED DAILY. Agents for the celebrated. OLD HTfiTTOn V XV a nnta i, as tho best that come tn thin ...i.t. . . . v., uu nnu eYvry uurcuase oi tvairon a guarantee ior ouo year U given by tho Company. ' ... Also aients for tho SOT ITHFRM CTAMMAOrv nnr-oo VVO alSO flO General RUeU i-ri. omy lii Ing. Fine horse M OCUOi I oir.BusaiEs taxen in exchange m mr lithing J town on our Wlldwood plautatiou. r rN -T-T- T.T- -I -r- - l(U. New Goods. 6 Mil Bros -DKALER IN- Prompt attention to orders from the country. Civr J ' Wis)VWI MP? A ts Ar Corner Alain and Walnut Streets, JjJjf ' Vli GREENVILLE, MISS., JOS. WALL. Wholeaale and Retail Dealer in 17ATETnr a Liquors. Wines. Porter. Ale. tar. 'p".!Lit A ' J 1 V I a WB fh V Machine Shop, I am prepared to enrr s n T--Tm 1(7,,, h.inrl iT i va vr, ixit. uuu crass uastinp-s on ANHEUSER BUSH BREWING ASSOCIATION, ZT.ZTIZJ. k -.vrljiB,.uu, iouuury anu Machine Shop Bttnn. STFAMRflAT Hie following CeUhmtpA Jirnnrto nh,,n,. 7.i Tsirn.. H-i """" " g"" 7" wwo wvjui r,,: kepaih Work Pbompk lnOClt. Shop on Central Avenue, near -lria r.,. p.n J Budweiser Keg and Bottled Beer. JOTTT SriTrTT T Erlancrcr Koir anil Tlnttui nn, VylJLl ' vvl . Dealer in Anhcuscr Standard Keg and Botttled Beer. 6e"era! Hardware, Queensware Tinv.' - -V 1 -m- at P.. II I ! m K . ' 1 -iaie imager in Kegs, n ru" une0T Brll"ey's, Avery's, Calhoun's and off:: -"uueanngsfor same, at very reasonable flfUM. tjr uuu country Trade Solicited. Families supplied with my Grocery Deliveries J. F. BARNES, uwuj i t-nf irk i. i . . FURNITURE Contractoran(iBuilder, DELTA EMPORIUM FOR AIL STYLES OF J. F. BARNES, Greenville, Miss. Ktitior iairon's Murderer. Cliarloston, June '.'2. Thu most ex citing murder trial ever held In South Carolina begin on Monday. During u lrogre uiimiiiom will bo practieallv uiieuded, aud tho court-house will bo thronged tho whole lima of the trial. Tho trial that will exctto this ureal in- terest i that of Dr. T. II. JleDow, charged with the murder of C'apt. V, V. Dawson, editor of The News and Courier. The iulercst iu this trial I not by any mean cotillned to South Carolina or evou the Southern States. Throughout tho whole county its pro ceedings wil bo watched with keen In. tercst Tho people will look to it for oino idea of tlm value ofhuinnu life in mis Mute. Many men Imvn Imnn dered in tliU Stalo before, but never oeioro iias any crime so greatly arous ed tho people. "UHlo spell of foyer, lilllo chills so maim, Mokna the mighty graveyard and the A UIIIh of ChealhainV Chill Tonic tonic taken mm uml llimi Jlakrsilie "liaiids u wumeu and the nfHiiuy man. For sale by W. U. Ballard & Co. Chairs, yintiivssvH, arvM, Itugs, Window NIiihIvm. Etc. A Very Larte and Complete Stock In spUrt J t . rvui, ana at reasonable Mates. A. F. HEIMNING ""rou2A Walkct Street, Greenville miss COTTON EXCHANGE Saloon and A.J. ALEXANDER- CALL ON US POP Rough and Dressed Yellow Pine Oar yard is well stocked with the best of Building Material, from rough to ths best of Finishing. .4) 'en ' Flooring, Ceiling, Moulding, Lattice, Siding, &c. acso Keep a stock, of the Famous Mobile Cypress Shingles. feS Wo want Volir trailn .ml rl..n ( ir .. All oKlcn promptly attended to.' " " ,UU Sn0W vwDniuK am i.i j Ow x. ana u r, Kailwajs. Alo Agent Tor the Banner Plaiite A well assorted stock of f ronlpT " giVn n neatin Cooking Btom Give us a call before. Purchasing clsew tlMtrortl"CT Lw Rates, and at Short Notice. Billiard Hall. The Finest Saloon in (lie Oitv. Krop only the t Imported and domestic fflXRS, MQI OKS AM) tlfilRH. v,... u , underneath Cotton Ksrhangc lluihling. J SCOTT, Proprietor. Ferguson, jHlniay & ( URTn. T.TTrrrri a "v-t-t. . .J .Sommer&Soao INSUfiANnE UKfcMYILLE, . . MISSISSIPPI, STKAM MAN UKAC'TL'KEKS nv ' VOODEIV ISTJ U N OF ALL SIZES. All Work Guaranteed. Special brand of Kino Whiskey Iu atoek t Old P,.ru( r - t. lU,i.n,onL KlBwoood 1 0eK ' UM Forcste'. Oar Pepper and oetl3-ly UNDERTAKERS. Coffins. Caskets. Metalic l.asn and Burial Robes Always JIB Bonded Special Attention to Removing Remain. U) i.iepnon, or Telegraph Promptly Attended to Ieal Estate Ajjeiu I way U Country Stores. Gin Hhikm iu.u.r' Oh, on Z . ,"nce ""U-any. IW,,r.l. . MU)t,lU lbs F'mta UiuihePinIflyDrjr' '