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5.?."t While other X. them! hoarse li,ale we can show up of the Alien liTBighf 8:30 express -7P railroad brought lito the SUriing t" Td shipped by Jo. B. ' mi 15you, Sunflower ' "wlTfront oftheCottou ("SSfc tie first Kftsou onr- JS. We cometo ' .l Sunflower. Wtcr the Goldsmith "f rwrUto" Co, received 'Jail M.Moy, at Areola, ' .J2 untv, which weiSLed 'Ttad clawed middling nd 1 &t to Uverpool wrapped Hbb tnd two United W535!"n nigh., f retiw brought m from plmtitiou the fir bale SWtoeolton, which w Zi w the progressive firm of JUweii. TUe bale w as sold, jawd bv Viuion & Haynes hsm. The fact that It take m cotton two or threo woeks Z Brtur than the common ' f ttliingtott couuty U still in ad her couutioi of the AUnJinif the overflow and rifiikeu of the cotton plait, s bale rwchsd here this year m j,y later than last season, utmost nay Grceuville will Kl wttoa this year than last, Miailiax the alleged short crep ,snrtlo. , , Wowing itatcuicut will how .'got of eotton ubject to levee lor Uie last S year in our iPtiirid Several huuilrcd bale inn wwA outside of the levees - f worse, eicmpt of the la : r Bales. Ima. 1.295 IlMWI, - - M-Sty Uicrmouieter, 107,194 146,083 - 67 0.71 at il Irnddteet of the new court bouse ljinifirs. i - - tekeilled to the "ad," In any ( siliiiiii, of portable bay presses, k Jko. II. Bowen'8 for low iu Int class Goods, Ui?-2. ,G.Kanhall U absent, buyiDg k iliter stock f goods. V.Hr. Xurse will preach In Ibe MAurcuueKt Sunday luornlug, Intoct III T. Moore au estimable lady Mborro, a. t., died at that place spiUlil. She was the mother jtr. Jao. II. Moore. Wdiuer, tho liADdsome young tatou Street merchant, leaves ,fad.j for Ibe Eastern markets Immense stock of fall and irpwdi. Wi Opera Co, will draw good u rarest 1'ark Monday, Tues lAwlsyaiid VVednosday mat- f :m rarit should, recolvo a alpstronage. AlcHiider's grocery, near tlio H Of the L. N. O. A T. anil . !, was robbed of about $8 w night this week. Tho thief '"Memiiprehended. m tonipncatoa Wfttchos re- satisfaction guaranteod, at r'wf Frank Bindrk's. wjDorwart rocolvod a novel thii week from his friend, Geo. Prosidi-til of the First 1 Bank, of Koine, Ga. It' was ve dollar National bank note "'jouDaut, Murker t.'ouiilv llllll (Hill, will !"m annual shoot on the 261b, -" oinsu The shoot Is open ,"", ami we expect dolcga- r gun ciub to go down s "ck tuo prizes and honors, isai. T , T-'raiorno & Coovert, photo "3l'holpi building, are now 0 hake nl,nln,Fro.,l, tnunh Oner, a they have rocently "neir Studio an instrument to rgrapbs half life size from March 1 , 'u"H,hrcy' of Hta Bena, - mniay o uis weekly visit, "irerr miu'ii imi ni . i...i n, . H !'. vhi nuvuk uui lPtlK.r.iBeof t)all bn Dutgot to see Ibeooon in the socini mis. Dr. O. il. Elamoa is nVaUu? t Hot irpriags. Mr. llirvey Miller, of Leotx sneat Tur-lay in our city. Mrs. Teake, from Arkansas, is vUit- iug Mrs. C. H. Stirling, oo Main St. Mr. . It. llirvey after a short star iu iliis city left on Tuesday for Mem-phi. Mr. James E. 1 erjrer. J r, the lawyer from Iisaqutua couutv, is ou a viait to our city. Mrs. J. A. Deatou left this week for some of the famous summer resorts of Alabama. Mr. F. E. Durel, parsed throuah Greenville yesterday en route to Va- 100 City. Mus Fannie WortMugton spent sev eral days this week with Miss Vir ginia Hunt. Miss UUie McCaiob, one of Vicks- bnrg's lovely young ladies, Is visiting Mra. A. i. xonan. Mr. Sain Bull, after an extensive busiuess trip to Arkansas, returned to our city last week. Mr. Dan Searles, whom Grceuville is always glad to welcome, is making a stay of several days. Judge Isaac Worthinirtoii, Couutv Judge of Chicot, visited Greenville during the past week. Mr. Aavter Kansdelt. one of Lake Providences' beaux, was iu Greenville last week eu route to bis borne. Mr. Edsar Baker came home yester day from a little visit to bis lather in Natchez, where he left his family. Mr. Charles Livingstone, of Living stone Station, returned from Castalian Springs, where be was much improved in bealtb. We regret to learn of Mr. S. R. Geisc's Indisposition, 'which caused his abseuce from the 1'ark dauce on the nineteenth. Mr Lcroy Percy returned from Bay St. Louis, where he left his wife aud sou, who will be absout the rest of the Summer. Mrs. L. Flournoy is at home again after havlug had a ploasaut visit to Mrs.W.W. Worthlugton. Mrs. Aaron Wickliffe is still at Wayside. The dauce on Tuesday eveuing given by Sets Xos. 1 and 3 at Forest Park Hall, was most charmlug, though uot so largoly attended as usual Masters Willy and Charley Nelson entertained a number of their littlo friends on Saturday afternoon, the oo- calon being in honor of littlo Willy's birthday. Messrs. Spencer, Will Erwin George Ward, Dr. Winchester, from lower end of this couuty aud Mr. Andrew Aldridge from Areola, spent Wednes day iu the city. Paul Green left this week for Green wood to assume business, after a few weeks In the mountains and a couple of weeks hero in tho iutcrest of his tnatrimoulal possibilities. A tally-ho party composed or Air. Ben Johnson, Miss Hunt, Mr. C. S. White, Mies Batto, Mr. 11. T. ireys, Miss Shields, G. B. Hunt, Miss Birdio Love, and David Stoue, after witness? ing tjje balloon ascension, engaged a delightful drlfo Mpnday afternoon. H doh 100 DOZEN BOTTLES COOPER'S WELLS WATER Just ltecclved PURE AND FfiESH. THE- Best Mineral Water IN THfJ SOUTH, HEAD U CO., Solo Agents, A((. 5-tf. AXUBEMKJIT8, " Miortiiicut or rinin Gold ""b uoki anu iiaiou "UfBAK U(m!h:s. "'"'"'ssary to mil alion io i T;i'a -d. of I ho Week iu September at For mil., ti!"',!lll!Ut program hn ' 'Hi up mid preparatlous are t'!cr' A lurge crowd will i'im the State give an tZ rry ru" whi,!i' ioem i K.L v,M,,"l'u 'd bring In . Hh , iho assistance of the taVBiK hwc a Foi1, evory fal1 'nsnicu of energy and capl- H,k.B " ' ,UC Md Mlinj ,0m 0Ue t0 "tart ,bo Owing to misunderstanding on tho part of the New Orloans Club, there were no games at the park the first of the week. The manager ot the home team scut tickets aud did all in his power, aud Is not to blame for the uon-aipcarauco of the club. Forest Park will furnish enough and varied amusements for our citizens the coming week, Two nine composod of home boys played a game of ball at the park last Sunday evening, aud did vory well to fill in tlino whilo the cro4 WM walt: lug the sscpnsiou. 1'rof. Leroy, one of the most daring aeronauts who is before the public, made two ascensions here this week, and at each gave bis excitiug parachuto Jump. He is an artist in bis dare-dovl! drop from the clouds, aud oueiu which be has very fow competitors. Patronise Pschora C;omlque Opera Co. at Forest Park Opera House, Mon day, Tuesday and Weducsday. Tlin came to-morrow betweou tho homo toain aud the Louisville nino will bo a splendid gauio. The home "cntri will tackle tho Knoxvillo; Tenn., 'Kods In that city Sopt. 11, 12 and 13. ' i m 9 m Just rooolvod a full Hue of all kluds of Sugars, Collocs, juoiassos anu oy puns, at Auir. 2. Jo H. Bqwb'8. For 8nlo by Frank Bindkb. K l'OrchasedtlioIntnrost of my Kiib. ;l 1 wU1 'liuue the busi- ,!,! . ,own name. Thanking f tor u.P f()rmf,r patronag0( H s cmitiinmiim of the samo at W .'. A m hm ofJ"wm.RT promPy and carefully attended !, It l'KPPBKMAN, "IIC II... .. t it Z r ,uo Mississippi river Mm r,r,1.oorfid it looks as if .h luruiBQ a suuicicui The Eirer. The followin? is thn r.vr.1 frnn, ,K Government Water Gauge for the! pa.it week : Above low water mark ' IMI. Saturday, Aog. 16 4 pm, 10.00 1 cuuuav, - j7 u 1000 Moadav, " ih mo"i Tuesday, '13 m'vi Wednesdav. "20 inn Thursday, 21 io'-i) Friday, j- . 1S;5 An?. 91 iKin u r 9 7 O.o". 0.7 l hattanooga j 6 0.U 0.5 .incuioau 7 100 Helena n a hi Little Rock. s i j'4 Memphis g 0 0 Nashville i 8 0.0 St. Louis a 1 on VicksbuTF a o o 11 Memphis low water nuen hereto fore fixed for reference has been dropped one foot. COM IS I BilOO.l. It is uot often a show exhibits morn than is put ou the program, but this was the case at Forest Park last Mon day eveuiug; ud If you don't believe it, we will call on William Scott, a uogro boy from Swiftwatcr Planta tion, to stand up aud substantiate our assertion. While the process of in flating a baloou Is goiug on it is necessary that the. sides should be held from the blaze, aud there is always a crowd of negroes who are auxious to lend a helpluir band. Bill was assist ing iu holdiug the bag whilo the head mesnaiiic was rurnishing the hot air. VY'ueu the baloou got full, the sigual was given to "let her to." but the Door negru bad gotten bis feet into the coil or rope and could not extricate himself. au there was ouly oue thing for him to uo ana mat was to catch on to the rope aud "griu and bear it," whluh he did very successfully. The baloon wtnt about 3,000 feet high. Oue can not imagine what a sickening sight it was. Ouly those who wiluusscd it cau have any cou. ep iuu of one's feeling iu looking at au uufortuuato bviug wbe they are looking to drop hundreds of feet every momout. Men who faced the caunon and musket during war, turned sick at the sight. It is safe to say there was uo circulation iu the rope the negro held, which was be tween five aud teu minutes, aud tben lauded safely In an open field. lnls is probably the first instance on record where a person was carried up in a baloou against his will. There were a number of quaint expressions indulged In by the negroes present, aud oue which struck the reporter's ear as very forcibe was when Prof. Lcroy put his parchute loose and dropped, an old negro was beard to exclaim: "Dar now, bless God; dat amjes'likea white mau. Git a poor ulgger Inter truble au' den go an' lef 1m." William's escapade was the talk of the hour; and, strange to say, base ball topics waned for a few hours. LOOIt"oVT FOlt Cotton Worms. London Purple AND Paris Green. FOB SALS 27 Head & Co. The Fischer Opera Co, who have played a two mouths successful en gagement in Momphls,wlll appear here at (be Forest Park Opera House, Mod day, Tuesday and Weducsday, and Wednesday Matinee. This Company comes highly credilod as artists lu their respective line. Misses Patt) Sfono aud Fntniah J)ion are sopranos of great merit lit comio opera. Tho famous tenor Mr. Phil Brunsou is already knowu to the readers of all n the Company, The oomedtau Mr. Bcu Lodge, has It lu power to make you smile at his will. This Company Is composed of 24 artists. Tho repetolre Is as follows : Monday, Mikado ; Tuesday, Mascot ; Wednesday, Chimes of Melody, 'read! For sale, at $2.60 per aero, on time, 660 acres of ALLUVIAL LANDS Ju Chicot Comity, Arkansas. Addresa, ABNEll GAINES, maySl-8m Lake Villngo, Ark. Holmes county may Well congratu late herself that aho has within her borders a Normal Collcgo second to noue in the South. Lengton Xormhil Solicgo Is in charge Of men who stand 1 the first ranks of the educational movenieut. That their method of in struction is satisfactory, we need no other proof than the fact that mauy of tboir former pnptls havo followed them from remote parts of this aud other Stales. No school needs a better advertisement than that. Mqre (ban halt the counties qf tho State were represented in their last session, No school In the State has a brighter out look based on a more successful past. Largo assortment of Bronze aud V-.rl-.iA Clocks. Sterling aud Plated Siverware, at Qot. m.-te' Frank BmnBii'a. lii. inii.;?1". still the town Is 1 ill I.: , n 511 tno cisterns in """Alo, and if we don't e nerd wntfr " ami ti " uecu water H, ,Uen there will be no water A negro bnso ball club fro"' Bolivar counly cmo dotvii' Vcilerday and wiped up great spots of old Mother Earth with our coons, lu fact onr ne groes are cry soro from the effects of their walloj.Iug. Thoy uced a great amount of praolloo before they can even intorcst the country coons In a game of ball. The "cloud" of spec tafor. was "silver lined" by a few whiles who thoroughly enjoyed the "Por' . - NowT$ Your Chance TO BUY CHEAP GOODS For the $0 IyT ds I am about to leave for the NORTHERN MARKETS to buy my Fall r:zzt:, will sell my entire Stock of Summer Clothing, Hats, Underwear 8c at ACtlTili COST PJSICES. ang.atf' ' ' CLOTBISS. Z2U MAIN STREET, FUU, WNBOF MEN'S AND BOYS' HATS, GEN1"8 FUliNISIILNG qOUDG, Men's LA(fc8iaiidUiiii.nBKM'8Siioiis, JN6W UOOUS unit Ulliuov ovj may 8. G KEEN LEY A HOOD tiki Pollln Klerskv. who arrived on Monday plghU' tran from tjreenvllle, Miss , whero she spent a few weeks as Hie guest of Mr. aud Mrs. Morris will always rcmemuer me snon um iiun ut stay while thero, aud bus made qullo a number of dear friends aud admirers who rrgrcttod very much to oo hnr ilenart so soou. but are sotisoled with tho promlso of her rtturulng di,ni.ii ' Klip was' also accompanied as r.r I1huiI. bv a delegation Of fifteen couple of young ladle aud geu tlcmon ' and eff a few aching hearts beliInd.r-YloKsuurg yoty HEAD CO., COTTON FACTORS AND Wholesale Mroecrs. Beliable Goods, .0V EST PRICES. Satisfaction CiMaranteed, rESS0!51L Mies Sad:e Wilcunskl is visiting at Grand Lake, Ark. lion J. M. Jayne nsaJe a profession al trip to Memphis this week. Maj. Burke his returned from Cin cinnati, where he went on business. B. Llleudorlf, of Cruder, was regi- tered at the New SL Charles this week. MUs Lovie Baker is enioving the health giviug waters of Casuliau Springs. Mr. II. W . MeUuer. of Vicksburg, was in the city this week, on a visit to his mother. ' Mrs. Wallace Arnold has returned home after a pleasaui visits to her par rents at Allen Station. Mr. J. E. Clark, who has been in Pensacola, Fla, for several months, re turned to Greenville on Wednesday. Lewis Clark waa summoned to Guthire, Ky, this week by a telegram announcing the illness ot his mother. Bro. S. W. Langford of the Rolling Fork Pilot, was a delegate to the Con vention and gave this office a pleasant call last Weduesday. Col. It. J. Nugent, of Bolivar county, was in the city this week. On account of change in schedule he arrived too late to attend the DUtrict Convention. B. F. Hughes, the husttiug business manager of our ueigbbor the Demo crat, has been aubilating "upper teu" bash at Litbia Springs, Ga, the past week. Earnest Rollins, representing Erb k Co, of Memphis, was in the city this week in the Interest of bis bouse. He is oue of the most popular knight of tho grip on the road. F. B. Hull, a jail contractor of con siderable prominence in this State, was in the city this week. Mr. Hull will put ui bid for the W ashiugton Coun ty jail. He is strictly reliable, aud if be gets the work It will be done in a satisfactory manner. JUST RECEIVED AT John H. 13owBN'st 5,000 CUBANOLA CI3-ABS. The Best Sc. Cigar in tho World. "July ls-tf. The notion that Love is blind arose from the fact that lovers got aloug just as well In the dark. Philadelpbia Times. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Section of School Trustee!. Tho patrons of Public Schools of Washington county, Miss., are hereby notlliod to hold elections for Trustees for tho ensuing year on the first Sat urday of September, 1890, at VI m. b. AKCHElt, Aug 23-3t. Co. Supt. Education. TEACHERS APPLICATION. Applications for petitions as princi pal aud Assistant for the llollaudalo Whito School, will be considered up to 6th day of Sept- 1690. A session of at least months. Address, Aug. V!3-2w. W. A. Libmonky. portable Hay Press. 00.000. rilrentpnrtiHl mid operated oa a eummiia L lMo-liotnncin. 'ukfj Iiy li:unl nwir, mun anil boy ifquiini No nioqiitlnv , no itk In down, no aifchmnis' oii', hunting hay to Km. Yon l"ke tills m-i to Ibe liny cooks In ie neld. Savw one handling ot the crop. Senton trial. Send for oiieulat U, Ct'RI.KE. ugit-4w. Blenil, (Aleorn Co ) illss. NOTICE. Sealud bias to "build a Baptist Church at Areola, Miss., will bo re ceived uutil Sept. 15th, 1890. For plans aud spccltlcalious apply to or at the 0 111 co of II. E. Buckley, member of Building Cotnmltteo, A,rnola( Miss. SCHOOL NOTICE. Patrons of Pubilo School No. 1, will tale uotiof that the same will open on tho Tiinto Monday, the 16th day of September, next. jt is very desirable that tho pupils be punctually on haud to bo regularly enrolled. Tiikodokk I'om, Sec'y. Trustees. Patrons of Public School No. 2. tttll take notice that the same will epen ou tho First Monday, the 6th day of October uct. v"lt Is dcslrablo that the pupils be punctually on hand, to be regularly enrolled. TiiKonciKB Pour,, Aug. 23, bec'y. T rustses. CITATION OTICE. Stato of Mississippi. To Maryfipence. You are commanded to appear be fore the Chancory Court of )YMhlng ton County, i said sitato, 611 the first Monday of October, (uext) 1890, to do fond the suit lu said Court of the Geor gia Pacific Railway Company, wherelu you aro defendant. Given under ny hand aud official jwJ this Hist day' of Aug. A. D. 1890. ' CM. Johnson, Clork. By J. A. Shall, p, C Campboll & Starling, Sol's, aug23-n6"lw, ' Light and Heat. LIGHT I ForSale. EEAT1 A forty light Combination Gas Ma chine, good as new, for sale ch,eap. Suitable for Resilience, CUureh.'or'Htore. Cheaper, than" oil. 'Perfectly safe and reliable. No lire, no smoke, ao odor. An absolutely safe light. Also a Climax Soft Coal Helf-feedlng Stove, In excellent condition. This Is the only successful Soft Coal srlf-feuder made, 8uitall for Church, or. tyore, I'.olli the, Machine null Stove are about tobc'rlmio'ved frdm 8t. James' Church preparatory to mnklng other arrange ments for healing and lighting, and will be sold cheap for cash or on short time. Apply to VVm. Ckoss, Aug U-4t'. (ireenVUIw'.'Mlss. snEEirrs sale. The State of Mississippi, Washington County. In D. 1J: O'Bnnnon's J. P. Court. To 3rd February term, 1U0. J, C. Read 4 Co., ) v, 1 aUeention, Mm. H. Blrsch. J Uy virtue of the above execntion, to me directed, I shall expose to pulilic sale, at the doer of the Court House in Gvceriyllle'i WltTilffthe hours prescribed hy law5, to the highest bidder, fo cash, lie ' ' Tir4 Monday of Sotitember, next, all the riglit. title and intorest of the defendant, Mr. II. Hirsch In and to the following described property, to wlt 1 Lot H, block 7 of the 3rd addit'jn to Greenville, all li. , 9 b. B. "ad dition reenvnH; gnn Ru except 10 feet of lot block f, original Town ot Oreenvllle. ' ''he 6ame having been levied npon as the property of the defendant, Mrs. H, Jllrsch. and will be sold to satisfy rlalntll! 's claim and all costs. 1 JMO. L.UK1FFIX, Sheriff of Washington County. By f. C. OnirnK. Deputy Hherlir. Crt-T i.f rst (Section 1. Thomas Mount, Ii Vhl. J. J. Harry, A. B. ll.e. H. V. Krit-r. H. K. VVetherbe. J. H. t.aven worth. Jas. E. Negus. J- 1. Jayne. it. C. Witson, W. L. Kellibrew," Heorv Crinendn, King IVrwart. J. II. Harbi son. R. W. Mliap. T. B- Cowan, and 1" . P. Price and their ociatesaud suc eetseore, are Iwreby eouslitutett a bodv politic and corporate, under the name and style of the "Peoples' Savings Hank and Loan Company," and by that name shall have perpetual existf nee; uiav sue and he sued ; ilead and he impleaded in alt courts of law and equity : may have a cutninon seal ; uia" coutract anil be contracted with ; may acquire, hold alien, encumber, and otherwise dispooe of proprty,. both real and personal without liiuit ; and shall posmm and enjoy all the powers, rights and privi legr conferred by chapter 3s, Code of Ismj, and existing amendments thereto. The domicile of said cortwration shall be in the city Greenville, County of n asoington, tate 01 Miseissinpi. See. 1 Thia corporation U hereby empowered to conduct a Savings Bank Business, and also the busiuess of a bank of discount and deposit, with all the powers expressed or implied Inci dent thereto: to receive and to hold oa deposit. In trust and as security estate, real and personal, including notes, stocks, bonds, ohligatious and mort gagee, and the same to purchase, collect, adjust and settle, sell and dispose of la any wanner, with or without Its guar antee or indorsement ; to guarantee er Insure title to real estate ; to receive and loan money on pledges and securi ties of all kinds to receive upon deposit tor safe keeping paers, stocks, bonds and valuable property of every ovacrip tion ; to act as assignees and receivers ; to execute trusts ef every description not inconsistent with the laws of the State of MissiUippI nor of the United States, and to become surety in auy case ; to act as loan brokers and as agents for the Investment of money and for the negotiation of loans tor Individ uals or coroorations : and to receiv sucb compensations therefor as may be agrteu upon. Sec, 3. The capital stock of (aid cor poeation (hall be lifty thousand dollars witu power to Increase to oue hundred thousand dollars at anytime by resolu tion of the holders of the majority of the stuck ; and as soon as fifty thousand dollars of the capital stock of the cor poration is subscribed, and twenty-rive per cent thereof paid In, the corporation is authorized to commence business; said capital stock shall be divided Into shares of twenty-Hra dollatseach. Sec. 4. The management of the cor poration shall be confided to a board of five or more directors, all of whom shall be stooklioldets ; the number of direc tors, (not less than live) and the time and manner of their election and their term of ultlee shall be prescribed by the uy-iaws, saiu ooaru 01 uireetors 'hull have newer to make, ailoi.i and alter such by-lawa, rules and regulations for the election 01 olhcers anu the govern ment of mid eorpomtion and the man agement of Its business as they shull deem proper, provided said by-laws, rules suit regulations shall not be von- trary to this charter, nor to the laws ot the State of Mississippi and of the United Mutes. Sec. 5, No stockholder of said cornor- ation shull be liable for nny dulit or lia bilities 01 the corporation tmvmitl ih amounts of the unpaid portion of the. stock subscribed by mm. See. u. At the first meetlnirof Iheauh. scribers to the stock of this corporation, held for the purpose of organization, they shall adopt by-laws, pot jnconilli t iii uiii,'imriT, nor un the laws ol Mississippi and of the UiiUmcI states. and shall elect directors thereunder ; siiuh by-laws to be thereafter subicct to alterations slid additions by the hoard of directors as hereln-liefore provided for, x) rici:. jxo. jr. 1:0 xa it i), BIlICIILAYEIl. Having completed ail of his coutracts j in Greenville, and bcu awarded the i eoutract of the New Memphis Opera , Hod?, wihe to ststo to bis many tn-nd t'ut at any time tncy contem plate doing uuy brick work it will ailord bim the greatest pleasure to come aud give them an estimate on auy branch of brick woik. Thanking oue and all for their past patrouag, aud solicitiug a coutinu aace, I remain. Respectfully, JNO. J.LKONARD. Office: 131 Second St, Memphis, Tenn. Box 311. GrccuvUio, Miss Petition (or LUnor License. To lh llonoralils Hoard of finiwrvlaora ef Wfl, tti undiTaia'iledcttlxi'nii mill l.,.i vni. of h fourth District, In lln? (.niniy of Wauli InKton, Siale or Mittiail, liorcliy iiotltlvn your bonufbU uoUj to graut 111110 W, It. HAY s llcsnw to tell Tinona and i1ltliii. llfinnra In ls liuntlUt-i II11111 onofallua i hi-i,li.. ,,f buiiucaa In Mluiiotllla. llina.. In IBul lu-pUii; and we rui'ooniinend aaid W. ttv lf goodroputailan, and a aohrr and mitalile par aon 10 rxmlve iu'li licoiaa, aud yourutiUtlanrra will ever ursy, olo, : J Hranton L A Hell II Colllar y Jnnira W Jackson II V fonnda I Ktii'ka J itwlln W Yar- ix'ri not 111 nulla u nayn a it J,,lm-on s 11 W M Mtii" V llobbaon H Manhnll II Mhiiilda It Vliirutirv H Kvana J Hart II Him v m..i. 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It g Hull B Jeraon N Jack.on II (u K Newman I Wlgan h riauan J traady II lieerfull N I'eag nerJi,rnve8 Juhn.on i: Ici.lli J John-on J UoUltl John Johnaon t Me(,l ,r, j Analin I Blown T Wuid U Miintnona t d'atnf J llialwii U IllneaU Edward W WiBturs Kd liolden J Vln tela N Coowr J Mitchell II i',,1), K,l Knflin B Klilt J Stokea II Kat ii Ureen j j m, I ,rf II n f Mil lea J K Jeekaon I'owel) 3 Mule J M Balea J Menn D Mlnea G T T Hlnrn T Mnrtin B JnhnanuJ R Martin C Brown K tllmlaon J It TlnnlnC Minion T h Hklnner II I, Wlllii A Meua A B tliapman W Dunean Vrk A Phillli Morne B Woodloy s-iuoifcid K Hen deraon P C B.iown W Shutter B Id vera II liavin U Waalilngtfin .1 llltka Han Boyd II LXmlih II Jackson II Torrey H lirlgjtt A ilobaon J T Win ter II lllne.l Kdlfiurg VV Gdiburg II Kormln W Tater II Wllaon J Leng S Johnaon II Jouea It U ( hnthani II Maxim J Neeka II Mark II Ttiater V Hell J Heetea VV Henry A Powell A lllx B Tulihard K lllnd A Hlnea I, Gaire P Jordan K Colllr W Waahington It V tiiao u CqIomuh ieo wain N Smiii, w 'I' Aorl Miower a -juuruiiaun i prown Long Dijfctrvnms P Be.ll K Panklng H Green Jonea W Hrrii . I l V tiiowr A 'ruoruiiao 11 Wooii J A N Whit 1) Wall a Kern w T Donkin II B dray J K Jonea J MiMiaer 1 Hrlge II (J Mother A Coon, art Ilina JUill J Jiidln V Colhir W Wa-hing-ton A U l.nthina B lin en It W hite B I almond II Jonea vv nana li oia j (,i,anv Kd Itu ka J WilliHina . r Jones .n iwiwrjJ, Coouei Jerry na B incaa a hicks n i ayior u th s rtall J Pudrick a rUhl A Wright W Wright J Stuart J A KemjMer T Melnn J lll. k. . lllcka A Mini" J Booth s flail J Pudrick S Mo gnn II Taylor H l'ink A ho,i,rd A f,,rdH Brown A laylor miliaria H Wlllia FORWENT. Three rooms o,vrr thylJrug Store of A. U. I'lulay & ro- Apply to A Crat- iama W N HoganJ K Taylor GMiteh,.i. i, on, w U r Joiin-on t. Koninoii n " ii itaina J ueai w nrown Jno Deaf Jno Green K uiaper a Green K earlier Tavlor R llama K rnrguunn C Jap. 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YV. kerwin G Oiblii J Jonea VV lliekenlioltoln John Ford AllnwktnaD Smith 4 BniHh R Hunt C Winalon D llntils S M'.iiigomery J W Cox John Hearer S Phn;;. , g Kane H Weaver c I aw-on II Jonaa i PhllHlia A John aw Tpown W K B.irk liy II Hlnrm-tl Wriirot KWrmllt H'H lthn.e S Parker T I'olllr 8 Knl K Itho'te J Lightning B J Holmes K Johnaon ti HorloS (j Mwm N V al entine I llykea H Thomiia-g Atidiianu A Jonea K tnillh S SinirH J WilKin E Keriruon J French W WhW W Powell J Jonea (.1 H. nil J Gvnlin II Mctml J Itarila WBianrnrdF rrl-ri t Brewn J Mm hell P Williams Brown I, Brown If nry Br idy G Heigh x llrinklev 11 VYilliains M Dnvia J slnipton P Jordan W l'eikinV g l-awaon Mat T,..,..: uJ,i.I,iJ Tut lor P Jcihn.nn V. Oliver .1 Whlre OJolinon J Hmidl C Jonea K Seolt W T Kniuklln J Know l W eever J n Nhankley Willie llaaenek J Banks J it Brown Henry VVIl'lun.a r Hinitli . Wogan W Browu v gvi K j-fSnea Koray W Gardner A aunroriT u Utv Ii G lait-en H Jchliaoa II notinon ii "roiejr l Muiiin if l',n Hi, rrnuiip a, ii,i,i"r " uiuima r nranifv ruwit V Wimvw V vupom . alalleU ' utu' Wililimii W nGraV V1 Glblir wpiii m v , hinliii M nl.ick C una H Koimeon P Grant J T The State of Mississippi. To Kobert Maxwell, William A. Peale and J. II. Allen : Von are commanded to appear tie fore the Chancery Court of Washing ton County, in said State on the First Mosday of October, (next) 1S90, to defend the suit lu said court of Mary Kiuggolil Archer, whereiu you are defendant. Given mulcr my hand aud ollliinl seal this r.'th day of July, 190. C. M. Johnson, Clerk. July ll-nl. Bv J. A. Shali, D. C Ak Tour Retailer for the JAL1ES MEANS $4 SHOE E THE JAMES MEANS S3 SHOE Iccordlng to Tour Keeds, JAMBS MEANS SX HTfOfi Dn Iklil and itr Isb. I mm Itlmm .lo. king, aiKl RKOl'lual Mnui..iiilxiliN-i. ina pertavtly easy the flr. una a la wom. Iiwill utirw ou kSMUJuoa. J AMt M MEAN a i MlOK M absolutely taa j w m pnea leiuca haa erar bean placed ax. LkmalreiTon lha aurtti w wnicn auraDun .aaoiiaalandeaSir aaaiaoat- irua ataa. tel'! SrlfC ictSjrtks kaaaaSllAaaajtaavS J. MKAHS & COH Baataa. fall llam f th above ekoe far Mia kj E. G. MAHSHALL. Valuit Bticet, Gukknvujjs, Mibb. SHERIFF'S SAL5, The State of Mlsalasippl,! Waoiiinglon County. I In l, II. U'llannon's J. V. Court. To Hepteinlier Term, lfi'JO, lllssuurl tilass Company, vs. I Kxecution. !S. 8. Hchllil. J By virtue of the above xectlon. to me dlr-H lutl, I slutll expose to I'ubllo Bute, at the door of t lie Court House In Ureenvllle, within the hours prescribed by law, to the highest bidder, for vash, ou the FIUST MONDAY OP HEPT UMBER next, nil the rlfrht, title and Interest ol the Ki'tVndunt, 8. H. rcliild. In and to t lie following desefibed properlv, to-wlt : Mi'niiinin ataptilnt on i.u-tcrn boundry line of Theohald avenue in.") feet Mouth of the Northwest Corner of (Hock M of the riklnner A''"", lluniotlic CHy of tlreenvl"-, thence running Kastetly ' lri;i(ilciiinr to said line of Theobald Avenue IltHI font, thence (iouth r.timllel to East line IH) feet, theniro Westaoo feet, tht.nee North 6" feet, buing part of Lots 8 and II, lllock 13 of said riklnner Addition to Ureenvllle. The snine having been levied noon as the pruperly of the Defendant, W. H. holilld, and will he sold to satisfy riitlntilt 's claim and all costs. JNO. L. (ill I tm, Sherill'of Washington County. ST. CHARLES HOTEL, 0 THE AMEIUCAX rLA.V. CoiONHi. I. A. NEWMAN. llanaKer. Qreenvillo. Miss, Colojiel New mau respectfully In forms Comtuorcial Travelers aud tho public that he will from date give his excJuiajsre supervision to every depart ment of tlie St. Charles Hotel, aaid will keep It Flxl I'laH Id All Kesjifcts. l)uy buardera will bo accommodatod lu the bust slylo aud at reasonable rates, Tho 11 rm of A. K. Tato & Co., of Leland, Miss., was dissolved on July 181,1800,1 11. Tain retiring. A. K. Tato assumes all liabilities aud Is alouo authorized to collect all outstanding Indebtedness, A. K. Tatf, Aug 2-1 in. L. II. Tatk. . ivorricK. To all persons ititercslcd lu tho land assessment of Washington County and in tho revision and equalization thereof: You will take notice that In ptirsu auce of the directions and terms of an act entitled "An net to authorize an equalization of the land nsscssmvnts," approved February 24th. 1890, the Hoard of Ktipcrvisors of Washington Couuty, Miss., will conveue ou the first Monday In September, 1H90, for tho purpose of revising and equalizing tho land assessment of said county, and at such meeting tho land roll will he taken up and considered i follows, to-wit : Tho rev Islnn and equalization of the assessment of lauds situated in tho first Supci vlhois district will be considered and made ou Monday, tho 1st day of September, 1SD0. The revision and rqunliinlloa of tho assessment of lauds In tho second Su pervisor district will bo considered aud made on Tuesday, tho 2nd day of September, 1890. The revision and equalisation of tho assessment of lands iu the third Super visor district "ill be . considered aud made on Wednesday, the Sid day ol September, (81K). The revision and equalization of the assetwiiont of lands In tho fourth Su pervisors district will be considered and mode on Thursday, the llli day of September, lb'JO. Tho revision nuil equalization of the assesstuout of lands iu I bo lll'lh Super visors district Will be considered and mado on Friday, tho 6th day of Sep tember. lH'JO. All persons interested arc notified to present llicir claims and complaints to the Hoard on tlio dates named for tho respective districts, as no changes will bo made in tho land roll of said County alter adjournment of said ses sion, Tho form for cotnplniuts provided by law wiil be furn(slui( a juti ,) airing aantn M Uvt u.- . c,crk .o.,r iiiv hnnd ami seal otj irltico rbW Iho 7lh day of August, 1890. C. M. JCH1J.&UJS Aug. 9, leao- n. Clerk. co:l. andwood. PittsburJ, Alabama and Kentucky Coal. Blacksmith and Anthracite Coal. SOLE AGENTS for tlio CELEBRATE CORONA AND DEER CREEK COAL Car Load lots shipped direct from Mines at Lowest market prk e. Contracts fortmiJLll Coal solicited. of aU flavors, manufactured froraPure Distilled Water aud Ileal Fruit Syrups PURE DISTILLED WATEeTiCE, AVholesale and Retail. nllllLLE 1CE AND COAL CO. THLORLOVILLE STEAM BOTTLING WOEKS. HEXliY T. IKEYS, President x. C.OLDSTEIX. Vice-President MARSHALL J. WELLHORN, Secretary. Delta Insurance Co., OF GREENVILLE, MISS. CAPPTAL. STOCK, SlOO.OOa Companiea Represented: Itoyal lusurance Co. of Liverpool -Miia lusurance Ce. or 1 1 art lord. I'nited I ndcrwrilers lus. Co. Atlauta, Niagara Iiwurainvt t'.a. at Now V.i. American lusurauceCo, Thiladelphlli. iiaruuru insurauce t-o.oi Hartford Security Itiaunuice Co. of Xew Ilavea. Phu tili lusurance Co. of Londou. Merchants and Trader Ins. Co. of K.O. Mississippi Home Ins. Co, Vicksburg. Xorwich Cuion lus. Society, Kuglautt. fidelity aud Casualty Co. of Now York Providence-Washiugtou lusurauce Company of Providence. Combined Aueta Exceed 180.000.000. GO TO- 8. R. GrElSE & CO. For t'KHNSWAUK. CHINA, GLASS, LAMPS, PLATED WARE STOVHS TIN W AHhi AND llOUSK 1'LltN ISIIIVii muins. Jul Walnut Strcot :i;KKNVILLE. ULSS. John H. Bowen, WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL GROCER AND DEALER XW TOBACCOS and CIGARS, Etc. Keeps in stock "Opal Flour," and the finest Sugars, Coffees, Syrups and Molasses, and Everything in the Staple and Fancy Grocery Line. Beud In your orders, or call on me. Satisfaction Guaranteed, aud Prleoa as low as (he lowest. Poplar Street. . Greenville, Miss. 1IKNUY CRITTKNDKK, Ptos-t. a A II N MUSIC, See lYllLLER-ALEXANDER CO. T. C. ItiLtaa, tianeral Managar. Uuun AiansDaa, Building Manag-at I'l.AMNb' and NOUJLDING HILL, Weatherboardintt, Turning, Scroll Work, Build ers and Contractors, Wood Cisterns a Speci alty. We have enlarged our riant, and are now prepared to supply the Trade with every kind of fixtures. Closo Estimates Given and all Work Guaranteed to be First-Class. STEAM PLANT, FACTORY ROW, Scar L, ! 0, t T. CriSSHt. T. ISENBERG, Corner Main and "Walnut Street, GREENVILLE, MISS., WholeU and Retail Dealer in Liquors, Wines, Porter, Ale, Beer, CIGARS AND TOBACCOS. SOLE AGENT FOR THE ANHEUSER-BUSH BREWING ASSOCIATION, ST. LOUIS. MO, The following celebrated brands always kept in stock : BudweLser Keg and Bottled Beer. Erlanger Keg and Bottled Beer. Anheuscr Standard Keg and Botttled Beer. Pale Lager in Kegs, City and Country Trade Solicited. Families supplied with my Grocery Deliveries J. H. LEAVENWORTH, MANUFiCTUBEB AND DEALEB IN ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moulding, Pickets, Laths, Shingles, i Kinds of TMGfl and Scroll M. TANK LUMBER and FINISHING A SPECIALTY. H. Sommor & Sons GKEEjsjvILLE, JMISSISSirPI, ' 8TKAM MANUFACTURERS OF iWOOnEff CISTEItJTS OF ALL SIZES. All Work Ouariinteed- i-- rr- t-S i . 'J, J . AND S-.AfO,i,-.wt-.v-1fc. Practical Embalmers. Coffins, Caskets, Metalic Cases and Burial Robes Always OH Haiti Orders ij Telsphona or Talegraph FwmpOy Attenaea w. iQalLsX ,ra.