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irr.rsT so. 1890. lil'-ii- 'VS. irff.rthi.w.efc A good - ball was harvested the ;- -rflheweek. and the copious "flatter part of the week ubooB w u Juuu .Wei ruwiueter, - . 1.36 -T7 itrauger hare been ' fJfcS this weefe. -doing" Jso. 1L Bowkn'8 for low .IrtlelaM Goods. 1 I,tiudbt posted scorers C Lad it the South. -hporTis te there C ftirTday of" be Recreation TjbedeTotcd to milUary drills, SbB4Uw Rifiea, and Bluff & of Memphis will give drills. Wia another column of Alex, teHt-jeneral traveling pwjn LrttortlwG.r. railroad. Par- Iwring laborers should corree jd arilh aim. fieiDd Complicated Watches re- 4. Satufacuon pinrwiwou, . Jim Frakk Bwdkr'b. nte keeper is needed at the cross the LN.0.4T.E. R., on jajtoa Avenue, boom oi "w IteStrwt Car Company will be m m driver, car and mule, and .jtriewral citizens. Lacked a full Hue of all kinds nri Coffees, Molassca and Sy- Jno. II. BowKH'a Qeraciag wbicb will occur on the th dr of the Recreation Week it the "drawing card" of the A Several entries of famous racers nilradf been made and mucn in M mamrcsteu. If. Roblnsou, asalstant divisiou wiittiulent of the L. N. O. T. R. tm puce, Das rwiKueu p k it lake effect Sept. 1st. Mr. Mioii bai made a model ofHcial ilko road has lost a valuable man Tan. Pitorno ft Uoovert, photo- (Mn,in Phelps building, are now wed to make photographs much pud finer, as they have recently M to their Studio an instrument to A photographs half life size from iBbjeet. Marcn 1. I, A. Percy Lodge, K. of P, of this pre a slag entertainment in rwtie hill lost Thursday night, mill Jarfcion fodge and a few iwl friends participatiutr lu the .Tities. Lunch, refreshments and nhtld high curuival until a late I 'im iMortment of Bronze and . Clocks, Sterling and Plated win, at fclMf Frank Binder's. I - . . - 'tat mad-dog made bis appear tin the brick yard a few days ago, iforty excited men rained brickbats killing him after a few volleys, ictl coou who atteuds base ball, i:'f p his hands as a signal to Wug,excitcdly cried out ; "Foul Hit!" I -FINS ASSORTMENT OF B.;.R.:.E.:.w C-:-A-:-R-i-l)-:-S, ARCUEtt'S BOOK STORE. Aaguit SLtd. liorious rain of Wednesday w opportuuo, for everybody In Has well mgh out of water, and i1"! mluaturo water wnrbi had w of tune the day before, there waal danger of many peoplo --sunnsmg wtcr. Fortunately ra poor are all "tanked up' ZG lamp, , . . t .i i ri l 1 in 1 UI "aiu VOIU J Sot Ring,, Gold aud Plated Z r'vu Frank Binder's. M.lkrlu I. ti, . -. Mm ... m. ,ruinr,.ir I IIH R'fcA.i . . . jT1?? hrick store on the cor- " "MUington avenue and Popu to. built for Weiss & ,k, '" 14 has ouly been two " this house was burned Cr workmen are clearing j ' unsjor a uew building, j wKffKlBI. n purchased the Interest of my Kr bslnesa of R. Pep- vo" 1 w'" continue the bus! mj own Uftm. Thinkinar Wt for their former patronage, t.,, c?ntinuance of the same at '. AfuU leofJKWBiY --I'm uu caretully attended ' Pbpperman, i r"x a man r k. u...mn. Mm111)hi,)Ml Tucdar(tne iZ? .Ic,lVM 0,,r dty out from i "vipai Ctlc, of ,h tl.rrllor to iguore her altc SOCUTI KOIES. Mr. J. A. IliuJs left last weet for the Gulf Coast. ilr. W. A. Percy, of Kemphis, was here for several days. Mr. Johu Griniu is at home aain. after quite an absence. Mr. ood, of lcksbur!', is here on vifit to Jlr. E. X. Jioore. Misa Anu T. Johuson, of Lcota, is visiting Mrs. C. M. Johuson. Mr. M. IL Ainerhii, of Montgomery. Alabama, is visitibg our town. Mr. II. T. Mullallev aud Master George are here for a short visit. Misa Lizzie lerger h the truest of Miss Mariou Duun, on Main Street. Mr. Ileury Sawyer, who bu been quite ill for some tiuie, is improving. Mr. Aiarsnaii J. Wellborn has re turned from Memphis, where be speut last week. Mrs. W. E. Huut and Mrs. Ileury Crittenden left Suuday moruinz for Ilot Springs. The charming Mr. Lee Richardson. Jr.. of Vioksburg, spent Monday aud Tuesday In this city. Miss Helen Burtlett paid Grreuville flying- visit this week, the guest of Mrs. Claude Johnson. The friends of Dr. Shackelford arc lad to hear of bis rapid recovery. after his slight illuess. Greenville is glad to welcome home Dr. D. J. Davis, who has been in Texas for the last two mouths. Mr. Barues IIumpbrevs,of Itta Bens, is with Mr. D. F. lluut, kcepiug bach elor's hall for a few days. Mr. S. R. Geise lelt Monday for Alabama, where be will make a visit of several weeks to his family. Messrs. II. A. Hathaway and J. A. Scott, railroad officials of Memphis, were visitors to our city during the week. Mr. J. W. Thomas, formerly of Greenville, but now living at Shelby Station, was bore for a short while this week. Mr. Ned Davis aud M;s Davis of Lake Provldeuce, La., speut a few hours iu our city on Mouday,tn route to Missouri. Messrs. Bob McGchee, JuuiusWard, James Ward aud Ileury Miller were among Greeuville s visitors who en joyed base ball this week. Mr. Charles orimugion, alter sev eral days' stay in Greenville, left the early part of the week for Hot Springs, Arkansas, thence to Kentucky. Mr. J. DuGue Ferguson lett on Tuesday for the East.. He was accom panied as far as Louisville by Mrs. Ftrguson, who was called to that city on account of the illness of her sister, Mrs. Harmond. Miss Mary Balloy Iroys entertained beautifully, at a "Tea" on Monday eveulug, Misses Dunn aud Verger aud Messrs. N P. Wtutor, Tom Baugh, S. P. McCutchcn, Henry Watson Mar ling, O. B. Hunt and F. C. Perry. HEBREW CAKDS ARCHER'S BOOK STORE, 5c, in. 1K "fir. QKf A(V. Mill $1.00. a. IVVh 1UU MWVM avv.. " , '" Aaguit -td. Tie River. The following U the record from xhe Government Water Gauge for the pas week : Above low water mark rainruay, Aug. 23 4 p. da, SuuJa;', "21 " Monday, 25 Tuesday, 26 u Wednesday. "27 Thursday, 28 Friday, 29 10.33 10.36 10.40 10.65 10.80 10.90 tbit win rs uns. Auir. 2D. IS9(1 10 0 0.0 Chattanooga 3 H 0.S Cincinnati 7 1 1.7 Helena in (n Little Kock g 0 0.0 Meniohis ft s n i Nashville .... 5 ( 0.0 St. Louis g 1 o.O Vicksbuif 10 0 0.1 Memphis low water ffauire hereto fore fixed for reference has been dropped one foot. msoxii. Greenville is to have a gala week next month. There will be shooting, tilting, base ball and probably a grand drilL The latter will be a great draw ing feature if it cau be successfully in troduced, aud apparently this depends entirely unnn Action of thn Rolivar 10.32 I K;ueSj the great military organization of the Delta. Ca Jtain C. H. West in forms us that the authorities iu Green ville have made a very liberal offer to the corps. The Grecnvilllaus will de fray all the expenses of the trip, in cluding hotel bills, railroad fare, etc- and will furthermore present a hand some banner or a sword as may be preferred by the Rifles. The proposi tion of our sister city is well worthy of Immediate consideration. The drill if decided on will come off on the 16th of September and there can be little doubt ocr boys will acquit themselves in a manner which will delight both the citizens and the visitors of our en terprising neighbor. Bolivar Democrat Geo. Cowan, of Greenwood, socnt last Sunday In the city. airs. w. A. Cabal, of Clinton, is visiting her relative, Mrs. N. T. Nelson. J. A. Scott, of Memphis, has been in the city this week visitiug friends. F. B. Hull, of Clinton, was register ed at the New St. Charles this week. J. b. Cook, ot Stovall. Miss., was registered at the New St. Charles this week. W. M. Wheeler, rourescntinz the New York Mutual Life Insurance Co., nas been in the city this week. Uou. j. 1 . Walton, the popular clerk of the courts of Sunflower couuty, was in tne city this week: on busluesa. Albert England, representing Jno. M. Parker & Co., of Now Orleans, is iu the city interviewing our merchants. h. K. Wortham, our efficient and accommodatiug postmaster, ha re turned home from a pleasaut stay at Caslallau Springs. Livingston Poytou, the capitalist, who niouldu public sentiment for Issa quena couuty, was up this week, takiug In the amusemeuts. Geo. F. Arclior, the popular Maiu Street bookseller, has just returned from New York, where be has been to lay lu a big fall stock. L. T. Brawnor, of the Democrat, has a very decided hankerlug after the city of Vioksburg. W do not know what ho is attached to, but suppose it is climbiug the street of tho Hill City. KOTlt'K. Ticket No. 102 drew the watch giv- eu away with our famous Dollar Shirt. The person having that number can get the watch by presenting the ticket. LEYSER & IIAFTER. Complimentary nop. The members of Harmony Club gave Miss Sallio Goldstein, of Mcm- n i a eomn lnieutarr uoi at muir club rooms last Thursday night. Miss Goldstein Is ouo of tho prettiest young ladlo of the Bluff City, aud has many Hnvntnrt admirers lu our city. The f.,lln liiff eoui) es attended : Me. T. We ss. MISS 8. Uoiusioin, 01 Mnmnlil : Mr. M. 'lascn, JHlss A. r J .. tit ir Vrlaillander: Mr. Jk J. Liewy, wn 11. Scott ; Mr. J. Cahu, Miss . V oiuoerg ; Mr. J. Newman, Miss H.Fletchor; Mr. s. Wolf. Miss S. Fletcher ; Mr.M.Pep- perman, Miss B. Suintnergoui ; mr. n. Schall, Miss P. Lowy; Mr. M. Uwy, Mlu T. Gusdofer: Mr. E. Goldsmith, tiim s nvuph. of Momnhlsi Mr. 8. Seideubach, Miss Domiuo; Mr. B. Goldman, Miss Make Up. Rovers: Messrs. oi isouuerg, . Weiss, S. Blum, A. Weinberg. Now Is Your Chance TO BDY CHEAP GOODS For the Next 30 Days. As I am about to leave for the NORTHERN MARKETS to buy my Fall Goods, 1 will sell my entire btoca of Summer Clothing, Hats, Underwear yc.i at ACIVAIi COST PKICES. gOL UWLU og. 2tf CLOTHIEB. Fisher's Comique 0per Co. The above excellout conipauy gave two performances in Forest I ark Opera House this week, aud owinff 10 ..- i, 1,1,1 to irlve the matinee Wednesday evening aud the perform ance that night in the City Opera House. The performances received a fair patrouitge from our citizens, ine troupe is composed of some good art ists, among them Misses r atmah Diard ud Freda Stone, and Ben Lodge. The company produced m k.uo For Sale by Frank Binder. Secretary Tilford of the Forest Park, is the right man lu the right place. He is leaving nothing undone to make Recreation Week a grand success, aud with the following board of director to assist him, tho success goes without saying: Maj. C. M. Williams, Lyne Stalling, N. Wllczluski, N. Goldstein aud Harry K, Johnson. JUST RECEIVED AT John H. Bowen's, 5,000 CUBANOLA CIQ-ABS. The Best 6c Cigar lu tho World. JlllT 10-lf. The oriirlnal Georire Wilson with his "Tidinirs ot Comfort and Joy" will pack our opera House on tho 12th of Saptomber. All that is nocessary lor ticorgo to got a crowuea nouso uere Is Just to let our poople know when ho Is comiug. BOOMS FOR RENT. Larire. alrv and very desirablo furnished rooms, convenient to bust lies Dortion of the city for rent at rnasnnublo terms. Apply to Mrl, Splver, one door next to office of Yerger b Tercy. Aug. bu-i m. Attention Is callod to the card In another coluinu of St. Rose of Lima s Acadomy, which opens ou Sept. 16th under the supervision of Sister Superior. This Is one of tho most thorough schools In the State. HEAD Ct CO., COTTON FACTORS AND WholesaMJroeers. Reliable Goods, FAIR DElLIJfO, LOWEST PRICES. Satisfaction Guaranteed. April 19-tf SH0C10IE iSXS. Benoit Times. The Bolivar Rifle received inform ation on last Monday that their pres ence was df sired in the city of Green. vtlle during ltecreatiou Week, Septem ber 16, 17, 18 and 19, to take part in the Exhibition Drill during that week. Mr. R. W. Tilford, one of the Managers and Secretary and Treasurer of the Greenville Baseball Association tent them word that their expenses would be defrayed lu full, and that tbo com pany will be presented with a hand some flag, to cost $60. Several of the State companies will be in attendance, aud we want to see the Rifle do their best ; which we are sure they will. They compose the only military or ganization lu the Delta, and when tbey enter the field the cheer from the entire State' people will encourage tbem to make a gallant showing. The Delta's proud spirit will be more proud than ever before when the com mand is given to march into the field, aud our boy will, with a firm stop and noble hearts come forth as soldiers brave. To the management of the Recreation Week, we all extend thanks, and the Rifles are under mauy obliga tions to them, and appreciate, above everything else, the generous invitation extended tbem. Misses Mary aud Elizabeth Hood, of Greenville, Miss, who have been spend ing a portiou of the heated term in onr city, as the guests of Mrs. Will Porter, departed on Monday for Iuka, where tbey will remain uutil October. These vouuir ladies are splendid type of Southern beauty, intellect aud social accomplishments. Their many friends iu Oxford will hope to have them come again with the returning summer. Oxford Globe. The Shamrock of Cincinnati, a crack team, will meet our boy on the home diamond uoxt Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. A mad dog was killed at the steam brick vard last Tuesday ntc-nt. it is not known what damage It did before it was killed. The Flowers of Social Intercourse. -Wife I am writinir to Mr. Vau Cortlandt Lake, dear: shall I put in any word from you?" Husband "That woman makes me deadly tired. Give her my kindest regards of course." Who Wouldn't? TFrom the Epoch. "Itlrdlo kissed me last evcuing." "Did you kiss her back?" "Of course not." "You foolish boy! Why didn't you ?" "I prefurred to kiss hor lips." Happy Hoosiers. FARM I.AKOIXEIIS FOB THE MISSISSIPPI AID "11200 DELTA. To Planters : In a few week the demand for la borers In your section will be great, both for picking cotton and to cul tivate your lauds for another year. Thk Eicilmonu & Danville R. IL, Georgia Pacific Division, through its agents, last year placed tbousauds of laborers iu the Yazoo aud Mississippi Delta, who have given perfect satisfac tion, are now ready to receive orders and make delivery as soon as the movement commences. . The Richmond and Danville R. U, Georgia Pacific Divisiou, being a Con tinuous Line under oue nianagemeut from North Carolina to the Mississippi River, can offer better facilities lower rate than any other route. If you will place your order for laborer with us, we will tee that you get good farm hands, selected by experienced agent of the Georgia Pacific Division; we have joint interest with the planter in feeing that none but the best laborer are furnished. I would suggest to all planter to end their order in early and get their laborer before the first of the year, a tbey cau be procured much easier, and you get a better das of farm hauds. Trusting that If you have any order to fill, you will give us a trial. I am very respectfully, ALEX. S. THWEATT, General Travellug Passeuger Agt. Atlanta, Ga. N. B. It is most important to ob serve that the Georgia Paclflo is the ouly liue prepared to transport bag gage of laborer in through cars from starting point to destination without chauge. aug 30-tf. i BUILDING ASSOCIATION. Stockholder of the Groenvillc Build- lug and Saving Association will tako notice that their monthly dues are payable on MONDAY, SEPT. 1st, aud their attention is called to Section l of Article V I of the By-Laws, to-wlt : JCach and every stockholder or trustee who shall neglect or refuse to pay his monthly dues or intorest as often as tho same shall heroine due and payable, shall forfeit aud pay the additional sum of ten cent monthly on each and every dollar duo by him.' N Tit. Tohu Sec. aud Treas. St. Ross of la's Academy. The Sisters of Mercy will re-open their Acadomy ou Monday, Sept. 15th. The curriculum of studies adopted iu this institution comprise a full clas-1-al courso, Including Higher Mathe matics, Bookkeeping, Stouography, Frcuch, Latin, Germau, Vocal Music. Instrumental Music ou Tiauo, Violin, Guitar, Flue aud Mandoliu. Painting In Oil, Wator Colors aud on Cblua. Drawing In Pastol Crayou, etc.. and all kind of Ornamental Noodle Work. For particulars concerning boarding pupils, address, SISTER SUPERIOR, BT. R08B Or LIMA'S ACADEMY, aug 30-1 m. Groenvllle, Miss, ... A L rc-iso v.r.? iu tue e. the land bolna taxable. These -pnnveuiog Yr all tho facts that need be stated to litatfl an understanding ot tho nil- Wm.Tlmmons. nostmaaterof Idavllle,rr,i, nnoatlnna Involved iu this suit Ind., writes : ".Electric llltters hat j wh(.h j,ave beell auly wd ex- e neombtr K td'feXg ",-tlvcly presented by the counsel on arisingfroui Kidney and Liver trouble." th sides. John Leslie, farmer and utockman, of The proof fail to show that any nu ularfl. mvs: "Find Electric Bit-Inir dnna bv tho said ltallrond tersto ne me oesi i.mney aim ")mpany under the chartor or lMOV, unt Mia, la m. MIL a nnw min." . . " . .... men ituic, m.. - .. . conditions tucroiu pre J. W. Gardner, hardware merchant, .J"1" vuo ,! ," on,... ..p. uittnra Ibed were comn od with. There sainciumi, iY. i"" ----- . . - . . tact lustthethlnirfora man who Is all run re tne euec oi ms cuarwr ui ioi J. , . l. I - l. - 1 1 ..... ...V .-...!. .11.. n rrnnl. rinu-n inn nnn iuint v al im u. incvvi u. auiiMiiuitiniir. tv v.vu.v m ..v.. dies: he found new strength, good P-,rl)0rtiou under a new name with neiiie bimi iuii. juoi, w nm lease on 1 Flnlay & ie rounu new strensin, roou i'-,riloratiou under a new name witu ml folt lust like he had a new . h, powori nd privileges of lf..nr!,yr, " ' e cblrter of 1869 and tho additional t o's I'nig Store. exlondlnir the time for cFui- otr by Su CM MU lati cot wll tf or;i Pacific Railway. rassenirer trains arrive at Greenville, From IVer Creek, uarrow G...0:I5 a m I'rom Winona liMoani From Atlanta $:A) p m Passeniier trains leave Greenville, For At'.Mita 7:U)a m " Winona 3:40pm " Detn.'retk,(narrowguage) 4;Oupm Louisville, rw Orleans and Texas R'y. Mississippi Valley Route,. SOITH BOrXD. Leave .Memphis iAi p m Leave l.eland Arrive Greenville. . . .4 00 p ui Leave Ureenville p ax Arrive Kollinx Fork.5.4.' pin Arrive Vieksburs 7.30 p m Arrive New Orleans. 7.43 a m ' MIRTH BOI'ND. Arrive Memphis 7.40 a in Leave Leland 3. It a m Leave Greenville.... 8.10 p m ...9.33 am Arrive Greenville.. 10.03 a m Leave Rolling Fork1.53 a in Leave Vicksliurjf . ..IJ.-.'s a m Leave New Orleans. J.UO p iu 9.13 a m 9.30 pm 10.30 p m 8. SO pin 11.04 p m lun a in .Sap m 4. '20 p m 9.44 am 11.10 am 8.07 a m 6.;w a ui 8.00 a m Through sleeping car connection made at Memphis for Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louis, leaving Greenville at 9:43 a. in. Connections made at Memphis with all lines for the North and East and West ; at New Orleans for the Gulf coast resort and Southern Texas and California. Through ticket to all summer resorts now on sale at the L., N O. A T. depot otlice ; barege checked through. For Information regarding rates, etc, ap ply, to T. A. UKAKY, Agent. C2AETZ2CF DTCOEF0SATI0N 0? The People's Sarins Bant and Loan Company, of Grawflle, Mssiipi. Section 1. Thomas Mount, Joseph I'hl, J.J. II art v, A. B. Nanoe. 11. V. Kriger, II. K. Vetherbee, J. H. Iaren worth, Jus. E. Nt'Kiis. J. U. Jayne, H. C. Watson, W. L. Kellibrew, Henry Crittenden, King Dorwart, J. B. Harbi son. K. W. Mllsaps, T. B. Cowan, and T. P. lrice and their associates and suc cessors, are hereby constituted a body politic and corporate, under the name and style of the "Peoples' .Savings Hank and Loan Company," and by that name shall have perpetual existence; may sue and he sued ; plead and be impleaded in all courts or law and equity ; may have a common seal ; may contract and be contracted with ; may acquire, hold, alien, encumber, and otherwise dispose ot property, both real and personal without limit ; and shall possess and enjoy all the powers, rights and privi leges conferred by chapter 3N, Code of lv-U, and existing amendments thereto. The domicile of said corporation shall be In the city Oreenville, County of Washington, State of Mississippi. Nee. 2. This corporation w hereby empowered to conduct a Savings Bank Business, and also the business of a bank of discount and deposit, with all the powers expressed or Implied Inci dent thereto; to receive and to hold on deposit, In trust and as security estate, real and personal, Including notes, stocks, bonds, obligation and mort gages, and the same to purchase, collect, adjust and settle, sell and dispose of In any manner, with or without Its guar antee or Indorsement ; to guarantee or Insure title to real estate ; to reeelve and loan money on pledges and securi ties of all kinds to receive upon deposit tor safe keeping papors, stocks, bonds and valunble property of every descrip tion ; to act as assignees and receiver ; to execute trusts f every description not inconsistent with the laws of the State of tlisslisippl nor of the United States, and to become surety In any case ; to act as loan brokers and as agents for the Investment of money and for the negotiation of loans tor Individ uals or corporations; and to receive such compensations therefor as may be agreed upon. Sec. 3. The capital stock of said cor poeatlon shall be lifty thousand dollars with power to Increase to one hundred thousand dollars at anytime by resolu tion of the holders of the majority of the stock ; and as soon as lifty thousand dollars of the capital stock of the cor poration Is subscribed, and twenty-live tier cent thereof nald in, the corporation is authorized to commence business; said capital stock shall be divided Into shares of twenty-live dollar each. bee. 4. The management of the cor poration shall be conllded to a board of Ive or more directors, all of whom shall IC ".)V00.niau),PMeN for Main street, wtsund uoys' HATS, v;r,tR?siTGfQ QQQDS, ( ?K8' d (Jmi.p.KK!'a Shoks, L"Uood8andUtost8t)les. ( RKESLEV & HOOD. Cir.V vrmiis mid Mis Olga hil l,',rwnvil'i are the guests of V, : " Ot belli (T mm nf ll, Ano.l LPinnists in the State READ. '"Je at in ' - 'tul. fWOper acre, on time, l lf Of AT I !! ...'. , ' HCon. ,1Alj 1.AKJJS in , null-It-. 7UIIIC-P, AlWEK GAINES, ike Village, Ark. - ' . - Mimn i,- ..... . ."I OUFl.M , ?' lliree niurdcrcr con- Luckily their escapo ti. i. "'Bhao. i ""!ro ' "O ecurnjr I M(r I ' ,,l w I not for V , , ,m of our olllcer It ,'it ii ",aler to keep auy Wor lo"8 wlU 11 U Dfore "ew Jail. 00- ..l-l.i . fnypntt. 1 UCSdaV UIUUV w,i..p9dv inKtinoe: and The Chimes of Normandy ou Wednesday night they will play to good business should. they ever visit us agnm. HEAD CO. Have Moved From the To the Store lately cufjied by the Grerffl HBiiii ft -IN THE WUezinski lliiilding, And will be glad to have their friends call, an Ihsm. They Will Be at Their OLD STND OCT. Uf iug-tf Recreation Week, The Times hasprintcd ten thousand nomri-tllllB fit t lie recroalion week in September, comuiencing on Tuesday, thirfleili, and couliuiilug four days. TuDiist of amusement. Is complete, . 3 7-ii .i... iiruJ are uromlsed a The Delta Insurance Co., has moved u. m into It. T. Iroys' office on Main street. This arrangemont Is only iomnrriiv until their haudsome office in the Noilson Dulldiug Is com pleted. We are sorry to learu of the death of Mrs. Joshua Eads, which occurred near this place yesterday morning. Ilor remains were interred in the city cemetery this morniug. Don't Select A Fall and Wintor Suit until you have seen our now stqck qf piece goods, goods, which is just lo, REMEMBER They are all imported goods. Our work is the best. Our cutter tno nu est In the South. WARNER k SEAltLES, Vicksburg, Miss, .. r.i tt,a nmin fpnturei of Uccrea- tiouWeckl the scries of gitnies p ball between tho gt, Lflilis olub and our Giants! This will be one ol the drawing cards. Rev. Mr. Story and family, accom panied by Miss Scott, returned to Greenville on Wednesday lajt, ftftcr spending a couple of weeks vising fricuds in jitarkvilleStarkville limes. bucklen's'ahnica SALVB. The Bust alv in the world lor Cuts, Bruises. Sores. Ulcers. Salt Khemn, i e ver Soresfetter. Chapped Hand.. Chil blains" Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, ind positively cures files, or no pay re quired. H is guaranteed to give oerfort stif'tlnn,or money refunded. Irlrts Ouo day this week a crowd of negroes weut into the house of G. W. Fyley,ln this county and tied blm and hi wife and robbed the parties of about 8. While they were ticing Mrs. Fyley, her husband escaped and gave the alarm. One of the partie has been arrested and is In Jail. Howard, Waltham and Elglu Watch cs, iu Gold or Silver, at Oct. 19,-tf Fbahk Binder's. Mr. W. W. Allien, a prominent citi ren of Vicksburg, died at Cooper' Well ou the 28th Inst., in his 63d year. DIED. At Riploy, Ohio, August 28th, 1890, Mr. A. R. Davidson, father of the Messrs. Davidson, of Greenville, 'ovision extending I Portable Hay Press. 00.000. T ran. ported and operated on a common two-hone wmtnn, worked hy hand power, nUH .nil In. rMiiirnl. So uoaiitlnir. no tak ing down, no anchoring out, no haDiinit tiny to press, ton ln.e ints preen to m liny cue- m Die Held. Haven one handling ot the crop. Scntontrltl. Send fol clreular. tj. 19, UUHUIA, aug ZMw. Rlensi, (Alcorn Co ) Miss. NEW ADVERTISESIEJJTS. 1890, Fl Fa No. 6,653. m cents per boi. For sale by A. u. LOST In Greenville, a Soltaire Diamond Ear-ring. A liberal reward will be paid ou return lo WALLACE ARNOLD, u230 Jeweler. " SHEEHTS SALE. The State of Mississippi, I Washington county, j In Circuit Court, To JI ay term, Uayden Drew, et al vs. E. C. James, et ai. By virtue of the above execution, to me directed. I shall expose to public sale, at the door of the court nouso iu i;rviilp. within the hours prescribed by law, to the highest bidder, for cash, on the ... First Monday of October, next, all the right, title and Interest of the defendant, E. C. Jame!, et al, In and to the to lowing uesciuea property, Certain piece of land containing 105 and 74-100 acres, described ss follows : Commencing at nw corner Section 11, Township b. ItangeSwest; thence east ,TJ and hU-lUU chains on Section ltnf; thence south 17 and 8t1'W chains 1 thence west wmid si .100 uhainst thence north 17 and W.iiO chains ( thence east ,o,i 1-i.iuo nlmina to nolnt of begin ning, b .as the land involved In the suit of UaV W Pirev. et ai. t. r- . on. et al.'N.. 0,V:1. in which judgment was .,.i..wl .t l),., ml,prtpriii. Istt9. of the Circuit Court of said county in favor of said plaintllt. , , j T he same having been levied upon a .1. n.n,uriv nf thn rlpffndnnt. . C James, et al, and will be sold to satisfy tla.nl U 's einim ana mi twij. f"l 1.:, J0. LiOKirm, PhwilT of Washington CoUnty. Aug. 30-M, ' ' Election of School Trustees. The natron of Public School of Washington county, Mis., are hcroby notillod lo hold elections for Trustocs for the ensuing year on the first Sat urday of September, 18'JU., at 11 m. O. AllLIILU, Aug 23-21. Co. Supt. Education, be stockholder : the number of dlreo- 8,w tors, (not less than tlve) and the time and manner or their election anu tneir term of olllce shall be prescribed by the bv-laws. Hald board of directors shall have power to make, adopt and alter such by-laws, rules and regulations for the election of ollicers and the govern ment ofsnid corpoiatlon and the man agement of Its business as tbey shall deem proper, provided said by-laws, rules and regulations shall not be con trary to this charter, nor to the laws ot the .State of Mississippi and of the United Mtates. Sec. fl, iNo stockholder of said corpor ation shall he liable for any debt or lia bilities of the corporation beyond the amounts of the unpaid portion of the stock subscribed bv him. Hee. tl. At the first meeting of the sub scribers to the stock of this corporation, held for the purpose of organization, they shall adopt by-laws not lnconllict with this charter, nor with the laws of Mississippi and of the United Mtates, and shall elect directors thereunder such bv-laws to be thereafter subiect to alterations and additions by the board of directors as nerein-nciore proviuea lor. Aug. in 1 TEACHERS APPLICATION. Amplication for petitions as prlncl pal aud Assistant for the Hollaudale Wh to School, will be consiuerca up to 6th day of Kept- 1 890. A session of at least months. Address, Aug. 23-2w. W. A. Lisbonky. SCHOOL NOTICE. r-atrons of Public School No. 1, will fake notice that the same will open on the Third Monday, the 15th day of September next It is very desirable that the pupils bo punctually on hand to be regularly enrolled. Theoiiorb Pom, Sec'y. Trustee. Patrons of Publio School No. 2, will take notice that the same will open on tbo First Monday, the 6th day of October next It is desirable that the pupils be punctually on hand, to be regularly enrolled. Tiinoimftit! Ptmfc, Aug. 23. Sec'y. Trustees. CITATION NOTICE. State of Mississippi. To MaryBponco. You are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery Court of Vashln(f. tonCountv.lif said State, on the first Monday of Ootobcr, (next) 1H90, to de lend the soil In said Court of the Geor gia Pacific lUilway Company, wherein you are defendant. Given under my hand and official seal thl 21st day of Aug. A. D. 1890. C M. Johnson, Clerk. Dy J. A- hll, 1. C. Campbell k Starling, Sol's. , gug24-n64w. FORRENT, Three rooms over the Drug Store of A. U. Flnlay A Co. Apply to feu. 7U-U iisO. I'. FLNLAY. Light and Heat. LiqgTl For Sale. HEAT A forty light Combination Gas Ma chine, good as new, for sale cheap. Hultnblefnr Residence. Church, or Store. Cheaper than oil. Perfectly safe and reliairfe. No lire, no smoke, no odor. An absolutely safe light. Also a Climax Soft Con) Self-feeillng Stove. In excellent condition. This Is the only successful Soft Conl self-feeder mane. Huiiniiie ror inurcn or more, lloth thn Mnehlne and Stove are abnnt to be removed from St. James' Church preparatory to milking other arrange ments ror nesting ami ugnting, anu win be sold cheap for cash or on short time. Annly to ww. Choss, Aug iMtli. Greenville, Mis. Ask Your Retailer for th MIES HEAdS $4 SHOE B TBI JAMES rons $3 SHOE According to Your Keeda. Pame mkans m arrrm Hiin ml ttTii.ti. itmiiikea .took In, ami BFOI'llo i . RU" ttltKA HINI1 IN." bit. 1 Ing prrftctlj esijlhfflntUBMa worn. Ik will nullify thA aiott kfctUtotn. .lAMKAMRANS) I MIOE li itaoluttlf Um lVX9i oo I r i hm of Hm price whkli UDMimlym Utt r&t.. I. fall Ubm f lh mbmf ktm Uw mO 9 E. G. MARSHALL, Waluut Street, Gheesviu,e, Miss, COAL AND WOOD. Pittsburg, Alabama and Kentuch Coal. Blacksmith and Anthracite Conl. SOLE AGENTS for the CELEBRATED CORONA AND DEER CREEK COAL. Car Load lots shipped direct from lliue at Lowest market prices. Contracts for STE.13I Coal solicited. of all flavors, manufactured from Pure Distilled Water and ileal Fruit Syrup PURE DISTILLED WATER ICE, "Wholesale and Itetn.il. THE GREENVILLE ICE AND COAL CO. THE C..ENYILLK STEAM BOTTLING WOEKS. IIEXKY T. IKEV0, Prwiibr:'.. X. GOLDSTEIN, Vice-President Mi","Sn.LL J ft'ELLlSORN, Secretary. Delta Insurance Co., OF GREENVILLE, MISS. UAP.:'?.:.L STOCK, 100,000. Csiapanies Represented : Uoyal Iusaraiica G. of Liverpool. .Ktua Iuf uruues Co. of llaiiiord. I'nlted Uudcrwritcrs Ins. Co. Atlanta. Niagara Insurance Co. of New York. Auiericau Insurance Co Philadelphia. Hartford Insurance Co. of Hartford. Security Insurauee Co. of New Haven. I'hu'ulx Insurance Co. of London. Morchantsand Traders Ins. Co. of N.O. Mississippi Home lu. Co, Vicksburg. Norwich L'liion Ins. Society, Kngland. 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Closo Estimates Given aud all Work Guarantood to bo First-Class. S1EAM PLANT, FACTORY ROW, Mar 1, li- 0. t f. Crosslin. 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, BT. LOUIH, MO, The following celebrated brands always kept in stock : Budweiser Keg and Bottled Beer. Erlangcr Keg and Bottled Beer. Anheuser Standard Keg and Botttlcd Beer. Pale Lager in Kegs, City and Country Trade Solicited. Families supplied with rnv Grocery Deliveries J. H. LEAVENWORTH, MANUFACTURER AND DEALER I If ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moulding, Pickets, Laths, Shingles, All Ms of Tnrnefl aifl Scroll M TANK LUMBER and FINISHING A SPECIALTY. H. Sommor & Sons GREENVILLE, .'MISSISSIPPI, STEAM MANUFACTURERS OF H OODO CISTERNS OF ALL SIZES. All Work Guaranteed. UNDERTAKERS mMk?, Practical Embalmers. 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