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" TTrr.l-T 16, 1890.
ties riEXD. , hw his office in the About S o'clock lat Monday moru- a night watehmaa discovered blaze iu the law office of Wynu, Thom as & Griffiu, which u up-uir in the buildiug occupied by I bo large dry goods torm of B. Wolf & C(K, oa corner of Wahiusrton Avenue aud Poplar Street. The fire spread very quickly and the building was toon en veloped in name. Nothing but the books of the firm were saved from the building. The building had been but recently purchased, by Weiss & Gold stein, and contract had beeu let for repairs thereon. The losses are distributed as follows : "Weiss t Goldstein, two-story brick store house, valued at $12,000; par tially insured. B. Wolf Co., stock valued at 000 ; insured for $ 29,000. Mrs. L. Meisner, damage to brick store house $1,000; covered by insur ance. Head & Co, damage to stock $3,000. Attorneys J. II. Wynn, Win. Griffin, E. N. Thouias and t E. Larkiu each lost valuable libraries aud many Im portant documents. The loss will probably reach 42,500. Wm. Griffin carried $500 insurance on his library; the other attorneys sustained total of the Merchants & Plant, losses. and court papers. JJrs. Stone and Shackelford sustain ed slight damage to their stock of office drugs. The amount or insurance carried by B. Wolf 4 Co. in the various compa nies are as follows : of Toronto. 0 ur I - I fsccngrtuer -first bale, .rmoineter, - - rtUrkinl . ' -r TT I r.Hffia are domi- f. "fCrws Is down looking at I ltitationaltonTem,. rTn Met left for New 'ftfuvdwiUbe.bnt &MdreutiTwL (v-Bannon now h his othce u t. ... to ft. Plant. t8k LlLTonDgand""19 daughter, t.J:u Thnrsdav from atisitto .tui DUW utesq""" comity. LTTlm'1. of Crrolltoo, i. th. nautist ehurch, in morninc and , fl.CS to-morrow ... n senders and little son re- STeiterd.y..ner au absence ot T.ks visiting relatives in Weit.rn Awnnnee Co. , I UeorgU Horn, liu. Co bquitftbl. la. Co New Orleani lot. Co PhomU Int. Co Miuiuippt llom. Int. Co.. nil the able and at- a,th.n. Exnross agont at atwl, was over this week taking it til- til C George, oue of Leflore i lit aud popular planters, and i nLtivt Mr. itobt. George, of Car- M tre In the city this week. for low aug-a. Qaea int. Jin U It ;0. 11 BOWKN'8 jgmllnt class Goods. v, bii been received here that i G. Marshall, Circuit Court f tbia county, died at Hot L Ark, the fore part of this it C i Clark, th able correspondent I 1,0110 . t,w . , . i.vo , , . i,m , J.SOO im Int. Co ., Columbus Ins. t Bnklo( Co 1 L L. aiilol) o,UW Toial . On building of Weiss & Goldstein : Qmm Iararaiiw Compr $l,0il O.riutnL liiiaianca loniixn , JiKS Uouiln.Ctt.,ofM.I ,. ,"! lotll On library of Wm. Griffin, Equitable Insurance Co., $500. On stock of Head & Co. : Weitfrn A Mtmince Company atwtt lnurnco compauy isjiom luiaisuc Cum)""- ToW ,.7,8W) The oritrlu of the fire is unknown, but supposed to bo the work of in in cendiary. Sl.son . I,30U flACHIJK TS. M0TIIEB G00SK. 5UU. SraD. F. Haut, one of Greenville's rtrladies. left this morning for Hot aft Ark, to be goue about one uk. The Timks wishes hor a most ,iible aud profitable visit, t XaJeMie Nelson entertained some jroung friends with a croquet ikseroam uarty Thursday even- ),nplimtDtary to her little rela- a selllt Bailey, oi uoiumDus, idiom visit hero. TIia UtAm IVonHipr Tfniinvftiinp MfU liiMeraDbis Commercial spent the -hi f ruiiy & Co's. ou Walnut till toe city last Sunday. Charlton gtrcot j, nlore convenient than a whole Jewrvedly popular wun me prewui ,jroTe 0f geese; for you can put a ieother-bed iu tuo machine ana by a Drocess the feathers are made as clean and good as when they are picked from old mother goose. The large business the Messrs. Tully & Co. are doing Is lufficieut guarautee that their work is clvlnsr universal saiisiacuon. They will remain bore only a short while, and those who have old foatbor beds are asked to go around to their place of business on Waluut Street aud inspect their work, and we are sure tnoy wuj let mem give meir uu, pillows, bolsters, cto, inorougn reu ovation. 100 DOZEN BOTTLES COOPERS WEILS WATER Just Received PURE AND FRESH THE a IN TII13 SOUTH. HEAD CO., Snlft Afronta. Am. t-it. e AMIBKMKJIT NOTES. Patronlws tho park entertainments boro"y- . .... Tho Times win oei us "ui " homo team in to-morrow's game. TA.mnrrnw'i iratne will be IN II) auu Tuck, aud our boys are going to be -. J. U. ItOgRD, wno LBl qunu M Car Tickets for sale at all idpil itores 10 tor 10 cents. tl-ta H (Waning llolton, Chief Eniri- Bof the Richmond and Danville lea til In the city this week ou inspection trip. Tho Major has v;virm porsoual friends in our Badc Co. have moved into tho nil McCoy old stand ou Poplar nowhere they will be pleased to m their numerous friends They btfooudat their old stand after TUmbcr 1st. WORMS! WOBMS1 Uoa or write Chas. M. Williams, mule, in regard to Paris Green F .on Purple Gun now on exhibi Nil Mineral late A his offict. Aug. 2-St i long, floD-cared country mule Is pot on city airs on Main w ob Thursday evening, and as- w tj a itreot car on Walnut streot, pre aim a Dreltv food starter. sail tbiniri nrettv llvolv for frr an old buggy and a little no Iin WbO iu in the bilffffV. w wu nart te any extent. I .T n Tlntran. who DBS (1U110 a num- Th. 1 .1 . . . - - . . - ' Kiingion JNormal Gollcge at ,, nr r,inlu hero, is mauaiting t'ror. '"rtoD, Miss, has met with a uo tKoy tho diiriug rerouaut, who will wch is phenomenal and not sur- ,.jv0 Mhibilions at Forest Park August wioyiny educational Institution 17th and 18th. Thoards have piayeu ti 11 u uo 1 ruiv. lIVAVJ -wiiMigers in our State, but no """""ever bouuded luto popular- tow State as suddculy as the JtonXormal Colloire has done. "wiU the largo patronage it is ."wilewsn at the Sew St. Charles. JD. Lake, late of Birmingham, in mo dinlug-room of the " P0DQ lr Vnu, Ul Tho . .." ' -.v.. vuoiio.i to Vm nd eourteous treatment Mr. Lake gives every one is drawing card for this ,t"" resort. J2 MAIN STREET, rvu LINB OF 1JEK8 AXn nnva ti ats 5QJ1"8 FURNISHING GOODS, ,Udihi' aud Childuen's Shoes, I w oous and Latest Styles, GUEENLEY ft I100l. K-orr. ric-sie. ' A. Pcpnv I XT- ! ...Ill S'J Henuluh ou tbo 28th Inst. . . ""i Inn i nn. -i.n.i i...ii AMI Hi... 1 ' "ml " -"""""ice is cxpcclod. JKffKLRI. Tim Hen ra,n thin iwagou. winuius 21 of them It is tho only team in the South that has ever boateu the Chicago Leaguo n, loin nut of three names. The Dcppcns of Lousivllle, Ky, will pluy threo gamcg with the home team L oiiii 2fiih mid 26th last. The ii,,n ta a Rtrouir team, and en im.la Will BPA BOlllO irood ball playing, The Sluggers vs. tho Kickers, had an vhthhlnii irnme at Forest Park lost UAiaiux'" D . , Sunday ovouing. J no scorer go. meu keeping tally of game as rnus were so numerous, and throe umpires wore called iu- It was a frco and go easy .ml nvnrvbodV WOS into it for ' tlio fun. The following is the strongest team .nr rni.ton toffuther in the South aud which will do tho Bon Ti.nr.i. .if New Orleans, at Forest i.-ririmrt Sunday afternoon: Splei m. Vmif inn n. : florthold, s. i.; Shea, 1st b.: O'Neal, 2d b.j Sherry, 3d b, ' . . .1.1 9 IIshIk If Hvnti, rr.t tiretnwam, u. wmu, .. I, Mi .. 1,211 14.1T5 Close af the lottos Season of 1S9-W. Xearing the approach of the opening of the season of lSao-91, it is proper, as is our usual custom, and as prom ised iu our i,ue of May 10th, to record the closing hours of the season just ended that our readers may be inform ed of the exact receipts and movement of the cotton marketed and shipped from this point : BECEIPTS SINCE SEPTEMBER FIRST. AT GKKESV1LLE rUES. By L. X. O T B. R 10,143 BJU. F. K K By waOH and rirer By W ucuuki yud PL. X.0 IT. S. B a.B PerU P B. B S,J9 rn nv s,tt 11,175 Larug aa stock oa hiiad. AT PLANTEBS PRESS. By L. S. O T. B. B i,6iH By 4. P. B. B li.SaJ By wagoaaad rlvn 3,447 18,733 Per L. N. O. A T. B. B M.eiS Per O P. B. R 3;4u7 Pr rivet 5,ia 18,711 Stuck ca band RECAPITULATION. Total Receipt! by L. X O. 4 T....M.747 o. r. . n zw.nw vagoa and river. 13, WllciiuU yard. ,m Total from ll looree W.uue utal ehtiimeab per L. N. O. T.. 32,27 u r. it. v.xjo rlrer 11,17 Total rla all routes U.SUS Stock oa hand ThU eiatement foota op net receipt To whieb ad'l am i thi(iped from Q: Tie Rlrtr. The followins is the record from ihu Government Water Gauge for the part week: Above low water mark teet. Saturday, Aug. 9 4 pm, 11.50 undav, - 10 11.-0 Mondav, " U - 10.90 Tuesday, 12 " 10 60 Wednesday, "IS - 10.35 Thursday, 14 " 10.15 Friday, 15 10.00 Aug. 11, 1S30. H. t Cairo 9 0 0 0 0.5 Chattanooga 5 4 0.0 O.ti Cincinnati 10 0 i.0 0.0 Helena 10 5 0.0 O.l Little Rock 3 5 0.0 0.3 Memphis S 5 0.0 0.0 Nashville S 1 0.0 3.4 St. Louis 8 4 0.0 0.1 icksburg 9 8 0.0 0.3 Memphis low water gauge hereto fore fixed for reference has been dropped oue foot. areta. vilte by planters to vturr market ... 12 l.SH 64,704 r SfailDI total recatpti for GreenTilla. . COMPARATIVE STATEMENT. rt receipts ) 1M.S7 l7rf) ISNj-SO !-! arkeiedhere. i 34.21 48.412 il.m M,ue Rec'd A shipped I r inanien vo iv,w 1 her marketa. I Total 41, ill U,S70 3U.T75 64, 7M Thus it will be seen that Greenville is Kraduallv absorbiug all the cotton raised in our district; each year show inn a xaiu !u losseniug the amount forwarded by plitulersto other mark es, Ai rompnred with 10.000 bales of tlteieasou of '8tk-87 Mt)on gross rc: eelpls that teasou of 44,216 bales, only 1856 wore shipped this season by plant era to other markets, upon gross re ceipts ol 64,764 bales. The season for marketing and hand ling wai attended with most favorable circumstances, Tho crop was picked aud marketed early, aud notwithstaud lug heavy receipts at ports and iuteriur points tbo season ruled with strong prices, which were maintained with occasional advance throughout, and altogether mom MUlstaxtQry than was at first predicted. To the maluteuauce of prices is at tributable the fact that the consump tion has larveiy over-reached the pro duction, aud with tho avouues of sup ply aud domaud uninterrupted; with out wars or rumors of wars, pcstlleuce or fauiluo, aud tlio rapd ncreao of the ratio of population aud consumers, we may look to a future of even better prices. True, Indeed, cotton takes rank with, aud iu fact out ranks, auy other uo of agriculture, and is con- vei titblo into money from (hp time the seed aro iu the grotiud, aud is never drag from over supply or other causes that would interfere with a ready sale. Verifying the Independence of cot ton ovor all other products of the United States, we refer to tho circular lent out ou the 15th of February last by the largo bauklng and cottou firm of Latham, Alexander A Co., of New York, from which we extract : "Cotton is a monopoly that cauuot be easily overthrown except by ovor production iu the climate anu sou whore it is crown. All suecius of agnculturo are mucn depressed on account of low prices. Cottou Is the ouly exception, and tho Southern planters ran congratulate themselves that tbev begin tho now vear io hopefully, for they alone cau produce now a crop worth $300,000,000 that is readily marketable all over the world." Verilv. cottou Is klnsr. The local outlook for Greenville's cotton receipt for the approaching season improves daily, and in spito of overflow, cut worms, icaut labor aud late .planting iu sections, those who seem best posted predict lor our town tully up to this season's figures, and we must congrat ulate our bankers, meronanis auu planters iu maiutniuing tneir usuni tinrve. oiieriv and push under such nlMtarles. cout nod not ouiy io tne rrmirrcction of drowned out crops, buildings, ff -, etc., but the building of new storosi tilings, public bulla Sues nnd otht. ..lprovrments go on with renewed vieor, which bears as .nrnnre that the march of progress in our town still moves on, and wo shall vet ico erected our $300,000 cotton mill of which we npoko just one year ago at tho close of tho previous season. JOOK'o'hT FOlt Cotton Worms. FIVE TOIVN London Purple Paris Green. FOJi SALE BY What Books Shall le deflT Xo excuse need be offered for re ferring to a subject of such vital aud universal interest as what books shall be used In our school. Under a re cent act of the Legislature, a commit tee bad beeu appointed to select a series of books for use in the couuty, aud no child who is not provided with them will be permitted to enjoy the privileges of the school. An etiort Is being made by circulars aad appeals to the prejudices of the people to bring about a sweeping change of books tnat will, If successful, cost tuo people or the State hundreds of thousands pf dollars, and keep thousands of children out of suhoql, The press of the State has, iu some In stances, been Imposed upon by parties who, for personal gaiu, bava been ad vocating these wholesale changes. The books in most geueral aud sat isfactory use are published by the Vmericau Book Company. T hoy were put iulo tho schools by the teachers ou their merits, aud cau be retained at very little expense. This company has rpceptly madp a reduction u its contract prices that will have the effect hereafter of making the retail prtco of the books that wulob has heretofore been the wholesale price. This reduction has brought down upon it the united attack or otnor couioauies that are not disposed to reduce their prices. They bae cried "fraud," fccorruption," "monopoly,1 "trusts," aud as many other epithets as they thought nppessary to arquse tho prejudices of the committee aud get them to throw out well-tried aud popular books, aud adopt those that heretofore have scarcely bad auy sale lu tbo pjtate, Iu the face of tlieso clrcumstauoes it is very evident that the best thing tho committee cau do li to give no encour aKemout to anyone advocating a change oi books simplv for personal gain, but to select tuose tuai uaro pruvuu mum selves to be the best in the market, keeping lu miud the cold, coucrcte fact that the people who pay the bills, will mqst certainly expect those uow iu satisfactory uso to be retained, HEAD ft CO., COTTON FACTORS AND Wholesale (irocers. COAL AND WOOD. Pittsburg, Alabama aud Kentucky Coal. Blachmnith rind Anthracite Coal. SOLE AGENTS for the CELEBRATED CORONA AND DEER CREEK COAL Car Load lots shipped direct from Miues at Lowest market prices. Contracts for STEAM Coal solicited. IFTTieiE SODA WA.TEie of all flavors, manufactured from Pure Distilled Water and Ileal Fruit Syrups PURE DISTILLED WATER ICE, Wholesale anil Iletail. TIIE GREENVILLE ICE AND COAL CO. TIIE GKEENV1LLE STEAM BOTTLING WORKS. S. S. Bkowx, rresident. X.M.Jok; Yicc-Presmeu.. JOEL SCHILD, DEaLEB IK Genral Hardware, Queensware, Tinware, A Full Line of Brlnley's, Avery's, Calhoun's and other Plows aud Gearings for same, at very reasonable figures. Also Agent Tor the Danncr l'lanter. A well assorted stock of Wagon Materials. Doors, Sash and Blinds ' factory roc Special Bargains given on tleatiug and Cooking Stoves. COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.- Give us a call before Purchasing elsewhere. Roofing, Guttering and Repairing of all kinds tn our Hue done to order at Extraordinary Low Rates, and at Short Notice. Oldest in the Delta ! Both the House and the Liquors of THEO. POHL Out Age all Competitors. Wholesale ilenartment docked with the best ot all brands of Liquor and Tobacco. CALIFORNIA. WINE SO CHEAP THAT ALL CAN AFFORD THE PORE BEVERAGE, W-Nqw Uuildiuir ou Washington Avcuun, uoxt lioldsuilth building 'ami Bank of Grcauvillo. SOLE AGENT FOR Christian Moerlieu Brewing Co., CINCINNATI. C11IO. Reliable Goods, FAIR Di: UilXCiJ, LOWEST PRICES, Satisfaction Guaranteed. April ll-tr . . KLF.CI10X Of OFFICERS. A inoetiiiir of tlio Btookliolden of Iho Delta Insurance (Joniimuy.hold last Tuesday, to elect ollicors for the ensuing tnrm resulted lu tne oicenon of lleury T. Ireys, l'rosidont j Marshall J. Wellnorue, tjecrotary, and J. S. Walker Treasurer. The new President, Mr. lleury T. Ireys, ! on of our prominent cotton factors aud Is Identified with cvry public enterprise which will enhance the prosperity of tlio Delta country. Mr. N. Goldstein, the Vice-Prosldont, is a member of tliu tlrm.of Weisa ft Goldstein, one of tho largest mercan tile firm lu Mississippi, whose success Is largely duo to his good business methods, aud who will be an able counccllor In bl? new position. Mr. Wellborne U young business man of lino parts aud tho prosperity of tho Delta Insurance Company since its iuclplcticy is largely duo to his uu tlriuir ofl'rls. Dr. J. 8. Walkor, the ucw Treasurer of tho Company, Is the able and sagacious Presldeut of tho Merchants an d I'lautors Dauk. Tho company has been In operation one year and the auniml statement submitted by tbo Secretary was satis factory to all the stock homers. L "'"It nurclinaoil iiia i,,f,.rr,ti nr,uv ,ta 11,0 b,"i" I-1'"-1 L-J U- 1 W'll continue tho busl- 'iikfn olr fonncr patrouane, ton . c?u,iuui"ico of the samo at fill in . A ful1 of Jbwklby Drom. .:"."" u" i" huu .,c: ii"i aim cnroiuly aliunde" i l'HI'I'KHMAN, I " TluTVooua. lfcreihown, this week, by Mr. ru ??vert Uroenville'i accom- w , 1 noloKrRlier, a number of 1' Wii l0D,,,y nim of tlio family of fcniin. 1 'im aml fcw Wends Hi ... .f18h k'ka tills week. The n e best out doot locnes we "'Wm. .l fron ny Hist, and , L . Vno 011 the Lake where . , . "iiiiv n.i . .11 . '-C . ,0i10 flsherniBti" and his Jug od , ,he ,il,le bov '! frirl !rZ on lg, "d tbe "flfl'lilJl ' 11,0 R"Ul hiilli:lf. M ii,, , 18 :'lendid piec of work, flutT ery c"u"t be eurpasped For Snlo by Fbank Uindku. . 5 Now Is Your Chance TO BUY CHEAP GOODS For the "Sext SO Dy. As I aw about to leqve for the NORTHERN MARKETS to buy my fall Goods, 4 will sell my entire Stock of Summer Clothing, Hats, Utidenvear Jc:, at COW HOI, UUII-I'. 'Theio Is somnoi.sohillol' In kw- m llmt tlio mm h 1,,kos lV' (., it ,, i,,,.-r rr pmiiiiIs tor oiil one In tli .'" 7''""1"r lng In the clety of ludh.'a and r.itle- nwu. Ani. Head & Co. Our voiinir frioud Will Nelson, who has held a .oeiliou at the G. P. depot nt this plaie Hi" past two years, left veslcrday for Mcltea, Ga., to accept a more lucrative position with the Savaunah, Ainericin and Montgomery Kv. There is uot a yoiuiR man who stands higher, both socially ami com mercially, than Will noes ; and the Tuira wishes him the greatest success. "' READ. For sale, at $2.fi0 per acre, on time, Mhavrraor ALLUVIAL LANDS m t'liiojl Couuty, Arkansas. Address, AUNEll GAINES, may81-8m . Uke Village, Ark. Theo. Tohl and Jake Alei- nmlnrwilh Ir. A's two little sous spent Wednesday in Greenwood look thn nitr. That enterprising Jut Harry I-ce, Esq., was doing the honors by acting as guide and escort. Lmi. returned to Grceiivills well pleased with what they, saw of ourcityiuatnj2 JUST ltK.CIdVEl) AT John II. lwtt"'-. Tbe Uet 6c Cigar iu tboVorbl NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. SEXSOTS SALE. The State of Mississippi, , Washinirtou County. In n. 11. O'Rnnnon's J. V. Court. To 3rd February term, WH), J.C. Head Co.,1 vs. Execution- Mrs. II. llirai h. J By virtue of the above execution, to me 'directed. 1 shall expose to public sale, at the uonr or the -.oiirt limine in OreenvHIe, within the hours prescribed bv law. to the hlKhest bidder, lor ensu on the Third Monday of September, npvl. nil the riL'lit. title nnd interest of the defendant, .Mrs, II. Ilirsch In and to the following described property, to wlt : Lot :i. block 7 of the :trd addition tn lireenvllle. all lot It. block 9 1). IS. ad riitlon to Greenville; and all except 10 feet of lot I.I, block u, Qriginal lowtt l Ureenville. The snme having been levied upon as the nronertv of the defendant, Mrs. II Hlrwh. and will be sold to satisfy lilalntill ' claim and all costs. JNO L. GRIFFIN. Sheriff of Washington Comity lly l). C. Giiikfih, Uepuly lieril. Iight and BLeat. LIGSTI For Sale, HEAT! A forty light Combination (Ins Ma chine, good ns new, for sale cheap. Suitable for Iteshlcnce, Church, or Hlore. Cheaper than oil. Perfectly safe and reliable. No Are. no smoke, no odor. An absolutely ssls light. Also a Climax Soft Coal Helf-feeiling Htove, In excellent condition. This Is the onlv successful Soft Coal self- feeder nunle. 'Snilalile for Church or More, Ituth the Mnehlne and Siove are about to be removed from nt. James' Church preparatory to making other airnnijp liicniH for hettlinjf nnd !'!;!;(. m;, aiM Will t... ...1.1 .(..nt wr ciidh nlrr mi sliort time. Aiiy to ti u. LkiiM, . Aug W -tin. Ureenville, hl'vi. JOS. WALL, I (IIMMtV mill uu iiim; shop. URKENV1LLK, MISS. Ilniri.nd established a lounrlrti ill connection with mu Machine Shop, lam prepared to make all kind oJron and Brass Castings on short notice and at reasonable figures for cash. Boiler Fronts, (Irate Bars, Stove Castings, House Fronts, and Every thing renaming to the l'ounury snu macniue ouuy uuniiieeu STEAMBOAT AND PLANTATION WORK A SPECIALTY. T Rtvlntlvr Cash. KErAIB WORK TBOMPTLY DONE Shop on Oontral Avenuo, near Goorgia Paciflo Railroad liUVCJ DOItWAHT, SruntiRer. Greenville Oil Works, CJlt,li:iNVIT..L,K, MIHH. Manupactckkkh ok Cottonseed Oil, Meal, Oil Cake and Linters, Highest Market Price Paid for Cotton Seed, (Either Free on board cars at railroad stations, or dollvered at mil Correspondence Solicited. HENllV T. 1HEYS, President MAItSIlALL J. N. OOLhSTKIN, Vlco-i'rcsidcnt WELLUOnX, gecrctnry. C. B. Ryax, Sec'y and Trea Ceo. T. ilxiiDR, Genl Manager Delta Insurance Co., OF GREENVILLE, MISS. CAPITAL STOCK, S100,000. Companies Represented: Itoyal Insurance Co. of Liverpool. yKtna Insurance Co. of Hartford. United Underwriters Ins. Co. Atlanta. Niagara Insurance Co. of Now York. American Insurance Co., Philadelphia. Hartford Insurance Co. of Hartford Security Insurance Co. of Now Haven riiiriilx Insurance Co. of London. Merchants and Traders Ins. Co. of N.O, Mississippi Homo Ins. Co, Vlckshure, Norwich Union Ins. Society, r;ugland, Fidelity and Casualty Co. of Newl ork Provldouce-Washiiigtou Insurance Company of Providence. Combined Assets Exceed (09.000.000. HEAD & CO., rii -DEALERS IH j. a liies.. PUtTONS, Carts, AND ALL KINDS OF WHEELED VEHICLES. narrianroo rpfejj jbmpIeats, Pittsburg 3oaI 0on Juo. II. KCRUGGM, Manager. COAL AND WOOD. First Pool Pittsburg Coal, the best on the market, supplied to Steamboats, Rail roads, Machinists and Families. Office near Leavenworth's Saw Mill, Jan-d Greenville, aiiss. -GO TO S. R, GrEISE & CO. For Ql'EF:XSWAKE. CHINA, fiLASS, LAMPS. PLATF.DWARK STOVES TINWAKEANUUOLliFLUSLSUlNGliOODS, Walnut Street. CUrXNVILLK, MISS. old sncaiss tazi:t in zzceaitsz 70s itew onzs. fSfprompt attention to orders from the country. GIVE US A TRIAL J C. HEAD & CO. A. B. Flnlay & Co., DEALERS L DRUGS AND MEDICINES, Perfumery, Toilot Doaps. Paints, Oils, D YES GLASS, fv., Onion sets, and Garden Grass and Flower seeds of all descriptions, Vomer Wtohii i,:eu A . : -ir ofl Walnut tret." anil John H. Bowen, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CROCER -ARO DEALER IN- TOBACCOS and CIGARS, Etc. Keeps in stock "Opal Flour," and the finest Sugars, Cojees, Syrups and Molasses, and Everything In the Staple and Fancy Grocery Line. Sent In your order, or call on mo. ntUfoctiou Guaranteed, aud PricM aa low as the loweat. Poplar Street, . Greenville, Miss. UKNUT f RITTKNUKN, Preft. ISAM KUKSC.8M MILLER-ALEXANDER CO. T. C. Miu.l, lirnrml Maimer. Hnill Aliiasdii, BullilinK Utntgu I'l.AMMi and 1101 JIILL, Weatherboarding, Turning, Scroll Work, Build ers and Contractors, Wood Cisterns a Sped" ally. We have enlarged our Plant, and are now prepared to supply the Trade with every hind of fixtures. Closo Estimates Given and all Work Guarnutuod to bo First-Clans. S1EAM PLANT, FACTORY ROW, Mear L. K 0. t ! Crasslllt T. ISENBEEG, Corner Main and "Walnut Streets, GREENVILLE, MISS., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Liquors, Wines, Porter, Ale, Beer, CIGARS AND TOBACCOS. SOLE AGENT FOR THE ANHEUSER-BUSH BREWING ASSOCIATION, MT. LOUIH, MO, The following celebrated brands always kept in stock : Budweier Keg and Bottled Beer. Erlangcr Keg and Bottled Beer. Anhcuscr Standard Keg and Botttled Beer. Pale Lager in Kegs, City and Country Trade Solioited. Families supplied with my Grocery Deliveries J. H. LEAVENWORTH, MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moulding, Pickets, Laths, Shingles, M Ms of Turned id Scroll M TANK LUMBER and FINISHING A SPECIALTY. To Keep House Without a WIRE GAME CHARTER OAK STOVE la a slow business. The Old Keliable Hardware Ilonse or H. E. WETHERBEE is the ouly acout for this pride of the kitchen and for other favorites Also dutils largely iu Hardware, Queensware, Glass and Tinware, Barbed Fence "Wire and AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. IIIO STOCK. LITTLE PRICES. II. VI. WETIIERIJE13, Oldest Hardware House in Grcontille H. Sommor & Sons OBEIifiVILLE, iMISSISSIPri, STEAM MANUFACTURERS OF U . t mm a ftlA iWOODKK ur ALL DUtd. All Work CJiiarantced- UNDERTAKERS -AND- Practical Embalmers. Coffins, Caskets, Metalic Cases and Burial Robes Always 0! Essfl Ordert by TelephOD or Telegorl1 Promptly Attended to.