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SQC1ETI XOTZS. C'apt. W. E. Hunt returned ouTLurs dav 11 i jr It t from New York. Mr. HiiliarJ, of Grand Lake, Arks., wiu in our city ou Thursday. Or. Beuj. ISizzell, of Areola, was a visitor to our city ou Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Campbell aad children have returned home from Jackson. Mrs. W. W. Stone, of Jacksou, U in ihe city, the guest of her sister Mrs. O. W. Stone. Mises Mary and Lizzie Hood (pent few short hours in the city on Thurs day last. Mr. Marshall J. Welboru is sojourn ing at Hotel &astuiau, Hot tpriugs, Ark., Tor a while. Messrs. J. A. V. Feltus and Jno. T- Casey, of Deer Creek, were iu Green ville this week. Mr. Merrit Williams, of Longwood, and Mr. S. M. Spencer, of Glen Allen, were in the city iursday. Mr. Felix Askew, of St. Louis, vUit- I bis sister Mrs. J. A. Shackelford on Monday and Tuesday last fien and Mrs. Revnolda nf Ijik . . .v..-tl.pv have I Villain. were in (.reenmll. Thnn. iv Metier mu I o ; . the main last, on their way to Memphis. 1UIBS8. ,i f interval of 531 ..... raius of ,-,r!D U1"-- . ,. i'"entberewas. .jo. Tberewa , .v..- than there -spell ' 'i of the past 1 lo.,t- the - i- i Central r- elut Askew, or St. Louis, vu thLu0U ed bis sister Mrs. J. A. Shackelford . .. the In u- xt.t. .n.l Tiudii w ' . hi.. .lid Th U1Z " i in to Jack- The bed a rrtTSt .hed out. raciic equally "fl Ticinity of West trhss I HI BII Mr. Will Buck, of Jackson, is iu our city, and is renewing pleasant acquain tances among some of our fair girls. Boiling Dork was represented in this city during the early part of the week by Messrs. John Joor and 1L J. Tie Rjrcr. . The fuliowine is the record from ihe Government Water Uauire fur the past week : Above low water mart Cotton. Or " tiOl Tn Markets. New Uriean. March 13. ST. March 7, i p. , 9. 10, 12, 13, ia. i-::li 42.51 i. 1.51 f.'.M 13.00 Jl. .'.5 : P.Tk(: Fiour n:arv ,W V t. Louir)... Oats t'J.15 t ..rn 40.60 W.JO 4U0 41. SO 41.50 . 7 l-i lt-lii I f 10 3d 1 4 '. j 47ii ATEMENT Sh-w.r the eor.ii'.ioa of Hk Dank of (iivenvillo Greenvillo, Mi-?., FeVy C6, IS'Jl. March H, 1MH. B. Cairo i 4.2 4.7 .0 Chattanooga..! .; 27.0 .0 Ciueinnati....1 43.i4i.S .0 Helena ! 44. 43.$ .1 Little Kock... 21.510.0 .0 Memphis 3.6 34.7 .0 Nashville 32.7 4D.3 O.i Pittsburg.... Wl.o 11 6 1.4 St. Louis U.Si 7.5 .0 Vieksbuig....) 00.0 U.i J inhere conrej tfu ralw-far more ttapoiut 'iiJriiii)tietr, 62 81 1.21 I " ii. Jff. is ..ttdboat, 63 6 SC.133 j HIP'C"rs- 33,VlJ 62,204 Mrs. J. A. Shackelford and sister Mis Alice Askew, returned last night from Memphis, where they passed several days. Miss Mary Stirling, of Lake Wash ington, is enjoying a stay of several weeks each in Haiti more and Washing ton with friends. Dr. and Mrs. Hebron are entertain ing in their pretty cottage home ou Broadway, their niece Miss Gertrude Jones, of Leland. Mrs. E. N. Thomas and ter trio of lovely little ones, have been visiting Mrs. W. N. Hood and family, on Deer Creek, and are now at home again. F. .0 Si .4 .0 .4 .0 0.0 0.0 The staue of upper rivers above stated considered in counection with the season, is not really critical or danger ous. If ordiuary weather aud raiufall prevails from now on senous disasters are not at all probable. Ths condition demands vigilance and systematic in spection of the whole Hue, and- this is being bestowed upon this District front l'roper appliances aud mate tertal are iu hand for emergeucies. The Government officers have as sumed charge of the Hue during the high water from Greenville to Hum LLuie Hau. Emeu Bell UoWoir ... l.U BuoiWt Jail O Ban u... tiranrille Story Bnatt O'BaiiaoB Eligar OltlittflB. . . JtKkly Yager Cbarli Uadielmu E0U OF Ht0K. ;cao3t. So. 1 Movia tD:G Miucu , riKSI OU itE. tlaaa Belt. Vt iibaru ftragst.. . . . Jovt Igvli SECOND UKAht ltvs UcCati'heB.. Mtill Wheat Lop Lvmtti ijetii ltt?liv... Uaiuie aer Jo ITy. Uiltua Meirii !ni?r IWrwart. TIIIUU tid.llK-A CLAM. Leroy Tir Cart vtwi EtlUDana Bvrou HeYtur Berths Law bead. . Carrie Luile Kttie Bias. B CLASS. Beb'ca Lemls WUUs Short Kinf Dorwart ... taalos stockwull. Cracs Pohl. FOUKTII CKADE. Arthur I.ylle I eruy llUr Herbert Hirich..., lrva Iwrwait ... Kmma Pohl Mary torr Berths Keller . Bertha Wolf lNlEttUEtUAtE UttADK. IjKjBajjMBiil.... tn ; Ibouiaa Huluin . K 8 A. WiUownll . ... SB. Irene shiMnf. ... IW I Jea.Ua Nelwa as 1 riniioiunt; FabUhed by A iti oritv t Rt SOl Kl FS : Loans aaJ diseouuts, other tii-iu real estate. Demand loaus. Overdrafts, Stocks, bonds aud utort eairos. Due I'rutu Banks, eiy Art Al'lrov4 64:1. i: 11 i!'.7tl lS 90,911 55 ht rx- cbauge. -Uf.tl estate, furniture aud tivtures, -Ex;i'nses aud taxes, - Casit on hand. li,2'J7 C5 4,021 86 6.9 :S 55 .'.013 88 16,438 74 UAMUTIKS Capital paid iu, - I udivuled profits. Deposits, including certifi cates of deposit, Bills payable ... Due other Banks, . 7.S The many admirers of the charming Miss bailie Green are rejoiced to hear stage here. ( ... j 361 that she is expected on Monday next .. , ll()Uk Bll March 4tn, as tractive household of Mr. U. r. Worth- Cayl ou ,be lower Belle Air front - ?.n. ..,. aMto has necessitated a uew levco for sever- m m ... I V Jsin iuui, vaw i ... ... ... i m roods of G. Marshall witn the delicious strains of music al huudred feet, the Hue or wnicn Las importations. waited ou the night air of Tuesday been established. The indications are eventug aud emanating irom me thlt the oi 0f the two upper times Ingtou above, aud from Lougwood to Na ibW . camiiie tiouutaia . inn , i icai'fiei wa tewar. w iirn i,. fra.. It will be noted that the rivor at Cairo has so far responded to the re cent floods as to come to a stand. The signal service issues a special bul letiu, stating that the rise from the Cumberland and Tennessee, with aver age rainfall, will produce a stage of 47 Beuie Mesuet . ...!-!. if ll,l .,,.rb insuuni ncK ieei m cau. ti'uu '- - reached it is not uufavorable aud in. dicates oulv a slight increase iu the KB Burns ST 4 r. lienor McClala Uura O'liaaaoa.. V7 KliM lluluie . . SIXTH GK.VDri. Hal JaekioB K Bettia Yer.r .. Lira Bell T.7 D. C. Creea Lais lager K Wlta Kretchmar Kajr Toombs Allca Uuaa BaJI Witkow-kl t.S SKVKM'UtiUAIiK. at i Don Batte .. US lnnM starling ... .. w.3 Jame Balnl CI sua Mc( uiehen. US S ..IMS HattlelMBberg'... M Jo Coli a as. HlciU tiCIIDUI.. l.jat Starling ID S Harry Vteihsrlwa. w AnuU Uniinakl... M l John Ihoinvioa . w l Lena HolruiM W.I VKrtlia lktolief. .. 1 rai,ii Uovia M S Jo Mwmey i J Saul Lamlatl ! J"nn lieji AlenHunI M IliaOt Holmes . Carrie Man Edas tiulditettt . . W S . !.b . W i 60 1 . Ml . T.S I, A. S. Olln, Cashier of the Bank of Greenville, Greenville, Mis sissipp i, do hereby certify that the foreiroiuL' is a true, full aud exact statement of the assets aud liabilities .if .iil I'.ank on the dav aud date there in named, as shown by the books ot same. A. S. Oi l, t asliter. Sworn to and subscribed before me, Xotarv Public iu and for the county of Washington, Mississippi, this the 14th dav ot March, 1891. Jacob Ai.exandkb, Notarv l'ublic . M.I jtutitallmeut 1'lnu. ,toietrll fever there will be gultar Wld huVt uaer the skilled 0 Scliooi as iu touch or two ot their mascuuue til the nut suuuay iu m ft-ieuds. .i I i. t-.i n.,11 ir wlmurl.v fur - , . . i . n I . A .... null . V. I vU - nlture,Cham land Mattresses j F kfer, Ky. IIe made mUy lGRKOta, on friends among us during his short jj roods sold cueapior iasu. t hu dopM(ur, ami hope be will return at some near future time to remain here permanently. A proposed trip ol a tow tiours ou nerm40Utly checked before matonai the steamboat Parole, arranged for a. fa low walcr Wednesday aflornoon. was anticipated llllflirlllhftta .... lhe :u . ..k ,.tABal,i.. l.o niti vnnno' in K. I aeasuu. . - W11U IIIUUU I'.uuou. w w; ... - n ' I but the weather was so luclement thai completo it was postponed. It is a pleasure still Iu store., and wheu the woatber , . . . ,i.i.. 1 .,i. . lr anil mnrrv nartv will miBlroulliB pre'eui Buuioeo ...", ."'B" r- waPLArrorofhUsistor .participate. iUO Mississippi viuu. v... llshcd in thoir handsome suite of rooms on Poular street, eutertaineu, r.rand Mask Ball. March the 24th for the benellt of tlio idows ami OrpbaW Homo. Don't fad to attend cm coi.xcit. of wiouag passenger train ou the i T tciterdav surprisod the mbr toppling over just before if a no oue nuri. i km nuiil vou soe E. G. .. stock of SritlNG n ait Greeuville residents, will neat favor. Address this have been ilauked and undermined. This effect was autUipated wheu theso i.. ,,l...n.l ll.( tlin caviuir .1 ...i. .i.. .t, f I At the ream st of the Board rrom .novo wou.a re.,u .u. .... .. of he- ))f (.f(,envill(i th0 these dikes before the projoct of pro- JU) or ,eetiug of the tectum could ho ex'euueu 10 f""" U'lty Couucil on Wediiesiiay. .Mivreu 1 1 of security. Witb the appropriatiou I89l,aud passed the following oral in hand the evil can be repaired and uauet: ,.,..,. VI 1 1 via - ' rl'ublished by Authority. Section 1. Bo it ordained by the City t'liimcll of Groeuville. '1 hat the plaiv hnr a easn of scarlet lever uas nccurred rccetilly. or where scarlet fevor now is, or whoro scarlet fever hall occur, shall bo designated by a yellow Bag by the rresiuout oi me llnanl of Health liulll llio same suaii under tho directions ot caviug season. work to point was the not head of the effected last 1 PUZZLE 0B 1 fAR.ULEL. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. F. A. M 'Mv.om!:i:y. .Tu., is a candi date for i'. o t,t'.i. of District Attorney ot ti.e r'ourth Judicial District, fub-io.-t to the actiou of the Douiocratic li-tnct Couveution. rOK SHERIFF. A. M. SitKi.r.Y is a candidate for Ihe oSice oOhcritl' of Va-sliiui;tou cvunty, subject to the actiou of the Democratic nartv iii Couveution assembled. Jxo. L. GKirFi.N is a caudidate for re-clec'iou to the office cf Sheriff of Washington county, subject to the ac tiou of the Democratic party in Cou veution assembled. FOR ClRCiETr CLERK. IS. L MiiJkM is a candidate for the office of Circuit Clerk of Washington countv. subject to the Democratic party in sembled. W. K.Giuakt Is a candidate for ti. i.tli.-M of Circuit Clerk of Washing ton couuly, subject to the actiou of the Democratic party in couveuuou assembled. $805,811 82 , . o . i8 a can.iuiate forthe office of Circuit Clerk of Washiug'ou county, subject to the actiou ot tue Democratio party in couvcuuuu sembled. FOR CHANCERY CLERK. C. M. Johnson Is a cauuiuaio tor $805,811 82 v::o.ooo oo 6,497 20 Xti.Ul 46 ! '9,671 77 19,895 S9 actiou ot tue Couveution as- T. 2S3 STATEMKNT Showing the eouilitloaoftlia HERCHAHTS AND PLANTERS BANK Greenville, Miss., Feb'y.26, 1891. Publiihe by Authority of aa Act apuiovtU Harru on, tprq. KKMOl'UCl-M. Loans and Discounts - 192,b26 -' Banking house lease, 4S4 w Overdrufis secured, 31,031 3. Stocks and bonds, - 4,t,l'J ou Due from Banks, (siitht ex iliange), - 49,.,o el Kent estate, furuituro and tixtures, l'.Xienses and taxes, Cash ou baud, !....il,.i. t.t llinnlllce of Chancery Clerk of Washlugton county, subject to the . . . . .... In I'.lli. I actiou of the Democratic puny m ventiou assembled. J. W. Erwis is a candidate for the nf I 'lianwrv Clerk of W ashtug- on countv. sublect to the action oi me Democratio liarty iu Couvcniiou sembled. FOR TREASURER i;.- It A i.kx andkk is a candidate . ... ... f..p r.el.elioil to the ollicO ol treasu rer of Washington county, subject to the actiou of tho Democratic party in Convention assembled. TOR ASSESSOR. m iiiMumm la a candidate for "' :. - . r re-elecliou to tlio olllco oi Assort . Washiuglou county, subject to me tiou ot the Democratio party iu in vention assembled. flrlb BEAUTIFUL fREv)EHTi;- VLHaY -APPEAL-AVALANCHE MEMPHIS. TENN. THE REAT SOVH-HEFtN NEWSPAPER Where does the word "Appeal" first appear in the New iesiament, r TO THE FIRST 60O PERSONS Anawcrtmr ths sMw qiwtlm rr-tly ON OR BEfORS Jk' ' ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS GOLD, 810 ou I lly l ot IB Mml.hl,rlli 6,703 27 778 60 9,121 94 j.iAiui.ints: Capital paid Iu, Dividend No. a, iriidividod l'rolits, Deposits, Including certifi cates of deposit, -Due banks Ue-iliscoiiutf, 333,200 22 $147,300 00 40 00 1K.078 6' 114,608 02 4,023 68 49.250 1)0 1MIIJS BII. mm statement. Ta Collector Bcnoit reports M ud to March 4th inst., at To satno date, 1890, the toUected upon was 133,722 aniun of tlie laUV bers, who passed most pleasantly a few hours, honored guests. It Is pro- that theso receptions ue ucm r thnm native nrinecs. t ihn condition wherein he found British interests In Imlia auu tue cou- Lord Cllve was accused of accepting be disinfected under the i u. i a t i. ....u KMssinri rrnni unlive i liih i i t;ni(ii;ii b wi sw v. . . - - rnrn inwn ururui uidiguio - i - . n,a . v-u v. v.j ...K.i.i4 ami of See. 2. Be it further ordalucil, ttiai vr' iiivuj". . ., . e aeparated from tue oincr meniuei. u. .1,.. f-M.iU iiMt atl'iirti'd with the disease .l that these rccotitlons ne neiu nr i ,h interests in luiua aim w - - , . ', i Ilni.'l anil Mrs. ...1 mil., tn aveiiBfl thai airocuj. lie in.ii.ii., --. - York, having purch.ed . ."'.nd her stav to being rrfiov r be remembered that the by their parent, or gmm. an to go h I ,.,. t v..t 1..... H..,rlvsrl of nearly Upou Hie eireci mm greatly enjoycu wu -it - - n T ,b dbscrinmtlou shall bava bee.. daughter Kate Lee, who but a wee driven, bag and baggago i " . ! . .l. . ....I ..,vn pfa re n. ron wrmii he orsauized, almost lift h tot uas luo iiiav " uiau . of nor mother and is a beautiful mlu- creaWd, a small force with which he ulura woman. turned tho natives ou the natives and mlure woman. cnbliahod the British empire iu Iiidia. K13MOVAL Then he remembered how groat h i victory wss, what opportunity for - -r t" . hnw thorouuhly he bad SOL. 13 i 1 -Li J-J the barbarians In his power, and how little morcy the Daroanau. $333,200 22 I, S. C. Lane, Canliler of tlio Merchants and l'lauters UaiiK, oi Creenvillo Miss., do hereby certify that the foregoing is a trim, full and exact statement of tho assests aud lia bilities of said Bank on the uay aim dato named therein, as shown by the books of tunic, 8. C. Lank, uasincr. Sworn to and subscribed before uie, Votarv l'ublic In and for the City of (.rceiivlllo, County of Wash- J I ii . mil. .! ii'gton, Jlisslssippl, mis me ioiu "j of March, 18U1. t., IIOIJKIIKH Notary Vublic. smock of Spring Goods, ud Complicated Watches re- i Mllifsction guaranteed, at .lMf KKANK BlNllKH 8. i.Vc."a. ! V usual religious Sunday scrvico t.ait Association Hall. Tho t lor discussion will be Dr. Tttl mrnmn, via ! " Tho l'liigue of ifUencsU, 9tb Clmpt., 20 aud Leailer Sam Hi owu. HO BRILL'S FOR ;nng Styles Of 3NLAP HATS. 'Sunday ulsrht two negro boys t Mr, K. J. Gibbons market "N'twtown were displaying their Ml, when that hold by Charley "VMSxplodcd ard Will Gar 'i'fd s bullet lit his head, from Uof which bo died that night. Mwrremlercd to tho Sheriff. I WSOncEMKSTS. "iMdcrs of the Timks will note IwWb of their fellow-cltiKens "illingncss for their service 'WISl Wav. ThA vntnra' consid l invited to their announce- a I- . 'Wo, Mlraglla & Bros., the 'sing Band. Hnrn and two Via J arrived, will furnish Music Int.. nl Knrci- Ifor atiplieaiion gp,,y to L. SUILKSINGEU, Greenville, Miss. yo-lll. ,nch7-4t I "TOMSUlJMlOX." Ryce 4 Lau.ing Musical Com- presented "Tom's Vacation" to ailed house last night. The '. not consist of auy plot lu "''f, but abouuds iu pure and fun from start to finish, lu ,ld with exquisite music and T will not attcmot to do W th members of the company T,nl but will inentlou tlicra """ly lo be one of the best com. Hie road, and should Uiey " "fenvilB with their preseuee V rest asnred of a large md wiTMumonce. ''Mlrslinir, tI.ltlnff aud KtllfS ls Iks depot. On account of they could not be hauled, i 111 w on exhibition Monday. Corner Washington and Pop lar. Call and seo him in his new quarters. mch7 219 Main Street, THE DRY GOODS 1 A Full Hue of LADIES' DRY GOODS, Notions, Hose, Uuibons, Etc, Etc. SHOES rondo exclusively for this trade; ami LADIES' WRAPS ..... . , ... liH..n. . r I h KrUllia Jir. rlh ........ I nf tsraiisr, :l .Ihrr 4.IIO. Mal.ll U illlU.. Siliol 4.UH. 4IXI.UU WtM.. IM. Wa fl l lrH"r. ' rtn f ftllvrroarc. 1...I.I M.I. lira. H. l.rUl KIO, Aad Ur lubl Utlta. MIDDLE REWARDS. T th. .M.II (Ire hua.lJ rnoua Mudiu na th. corwet anawtr. we IU si" tbtolliu: a .Ml M On I'alr ilatrli II ""' l.o.M.M .. In rs.lil . M- ,. t mm HunrfrMi mn Hijr INII" .mi. o IHI.IM..H.I M4.iir. iuu.uh ln Sari.. UBn. rl j " " And iir lubl tilfta. LAST REWARDS, ntill y.xiotlioi" Offor, Thwh, fall o 1.. K5..T.!. .12 hu"'." epr)unltr W see o- "r ii, ,tv8 tu. luUowlus: T.. Ilnndd .nrl t lfiy Dollar. In U.IJ In. ...l.l lcl., rll lml h III. trm I ..a .HBl.li..rlh - Oh If" S him. rlh .... .v. A Grand Total ol $16,000 in Gold and Presents. B.rr letter, to rwH.lv. attention, rmi.t rnl';l J'h 1'W lor Tmi y. r i autwrlptloti f r" auawvrs will r.ror.l. .l u.iI. m ai-ponuwiiM ty ll.' be rariliillv numh.Tp.1 au,l ttlvd lu urdar, aud ou da CM """" .. ..v.ll ...ritiirT old, Th AH'WI.-A.l."vii. . ..' J ...... and refers to any baus Ti tU couuti r. or to Uuuu'a or Brad.trfs li. Sample Copies Free. Liberal Terms to Agents. 18 PAGES, ONE DOLLAR FEB YEAR. weekly appeal-avalanche ivrEiivrr'iiis. tbkjv. eJ Health rrecautiont. extilaln that I" "I " tho IllllU liluiJ , k. ihn.i.ht of tho opportuuitli' v- i..,i .n,l hat little advantages he had taken of them and of ths tempta r.. iTnrd. and bow little he had " 7,.., nl i..Min.tinn. his Indiana- Tieiueu w ui. ...v.. , - - , .. .u, .n. rharins rjresentcd lion i uo o - ...j against him boiled over and he could not, only exclaiming -My God, gentle- I am amaon Ml, iiit v r. "' , .in ni,t fowt. Mr. anon, am. j .- nf I. in irnvcrnauce ot , . t . i. mm, v nrncautionary, scarici lovor i i" .-j . ,i, hnl nf aud such as is had in an cuna """" Reed suggesicu, iu.. .. - , , -"ere "h 'due regard to .auitatlon To conimon, pM,fld re.olut, dedar ug nrcvent niisuudcrstauuiug me bis great services w r . .. . .. BM. ....lu mr raacs . . . u nu ineio anu. In Greenville at this date, none severe. Tbo B KcC(l ,, croaUca Hut prompt eradication is ' (ot0IIODg ostouiible hWorl- tliepropcrconductof th.ol. w , ,iyothlirccelll rnliof from eiaBgeiBicu --- auiim.u " SfiiU.U ta the .neco -peakewhlp. If be meant it a. a par- this desire, and it is urged bat a 1 eo- puxzle if U " ueA operate with the Council and the ror u0 physiciau. theraiD. J cgn dlcer0 m ,tmllri- Lookout for E. O. MarahalTa big betwecn hiin ,d Clive-the con advcrtUcmeut next week, i and call and overturu of lhe i.i. .... .tnnk. Send for samples, uu " I House ruics. io vv. .-- . "a II. .(it L.-fc in a handsaw. There IB NeW L0I OT IVIU.CJ). fl .. fof quory ,o what ,t.r.,.. s.uThas this day re- , nMhx 1. the application or the lnoiamo . irm,cs8, "" ;.:: .!... I. had apropo., after coin pleted; this to bo d tcrniiuou uy me tho Hoard of Health or the physician who shall have auouucu such patient. Son. a. lto It further ordalucil. lhat (tin iiarcnts or iruardlaus of children havo recently had. or shall have, or who uow have tho scarlet fever ball not permit such children to leave (heir premises, or go upon the slrcol, or expose themselves to others, until tou days after doscrimallon shall have k.. ....minted this to bo determined i. m Proniiii'iit of tho Hoard of Health or tho physician who shall have attended such patient. Sec. 4. Ho it further ordained, lhat the principals of all public and private schools lu tho City suspend tho seme uu ii.,, -I'M dav of March. 1891. A He it further ordained, That every plivsleiau lu tho City shall re port to tiio I'resldent of tho Hoard of Health every caso of coiilnioiis disease coming to his notice, aud said l'rcsi ,i.,.,t .I..II ki.mi a record of tho saino. Sec. 6. He it furthor orilaiueu, i ui the violation of auy of the provisions .1.!. nr, iinliee Hllllll DO a llliauu. Ul li.o - .,,1 . ..... ...,l . in on i) in snauiu hi dnanf not more thau 1 ive Hundred t...llr. nr hv illlliriOUlllCUt in County Jail not more than six mouths ... i. i.nih auch fliio and imiirisoumeut. cn 7 lto it further ordained, That this ordinance take ellect and be in force from and after tho Utli day March, A. D.I 891. A true copv from tho minutes. Attest: V. Ykkokii, City Clerk, to celvcd a , over. Mr. 11. B. Htaea, tha he n h ,.bl.ck hole- n9 was .hipped, choice lot of Mule. 1 yenltinggIll,whatpre,enU"wa,heou will arrive io-uj. - g00a .... for reeelving and where docs tue r o-I-" victory coL ta, aud ia ; MOOKE & CO. the season cms". Senator George w in Greenjille ou Wednesday iasi, - "-'hcre larkson During his brlor stay nere rece ved the heartiest greetings ron l whom he met, and uninsured 'on a.iilatiou. for Lis more that, uc ceslful conduct In the great debate nTcr he Force Bill. Tha especial Sr0l!,h.e felt by the IJclU p-M. 10 l-xm and his die liugui .nd other - " ""- 11CV passing tue ie.c 1 . , j ........ii. m hi. we come. auueu nun.....-'- i.,i, nicture ntor (ieorge's appearance is he , plciuire of the But hold, , com- at the Hill Sen- e ... -i.u .u.. KartiarlnllH? asbe"tnoderate wuu i" ti.... are ouly a modicum -ni.ndninll suggested, hi. chosen prototype. Lord Cllve com. i.. .nieiilo.out of cliagriu ,ort of resolution, in which hi. great rlerlared. I'roOftbiy iui. Reed moans to maue tisiu.o atth.it point ta the career of one. d the greatest of England's soldier., but his death would ouly be a emigres sioual vacancy, while dive's wa, nsees- a AmnricAD UC8mij. vn IU uu (iRAND 41K1 F0U MAY TEttM. UIKTKtUT NO. 1. Matt F. Johnson, Kobt. lriucc, C. O. AVatson, U Klkas, UISTRKT NO. 2. A. C. Morgan, Merritt Williams, J. W. Erwin, Juo. It. Shields, IllHTIUIT NO. 8. J. A. Dcatou, Juo. KcIT, J.J. liarty, Jl. Wilcziuskl. DISTHHT NO. 4. Frank Birdsong, A. V. Fellus, ,s. F. I'blUips, J. K. Brantoti. lltKTIIICT 5. ' Max Move-, r.uknr, i J. II. Turner. S. W. Uiipey. AMENDMENT TO CII ARTE a OF THE VALLEY LAM COMPANY. A ml now como W. A. Evornian, II. K. Johnson, Leroy I'ercy and others, i..,ir ..ni'iiitna. stockholders of the V.llov I .anil I omtiauy. a cornuranuu ...Lip I in liiwa or llio isiaio ui in..i itiui. and iiivo uotlee that they Uesiro ....iinil llieir Ttl'OHUIIb cuailu. "J irikinir nut ofHoctlou Soven of said charter the words, "aud to secure the ..vmeiitofsa d monthly paymeuia, I... .hull Ii retained by said corpora- .1,,.. n.. ..Id aloek. to be collected by ..,.i.t .niii atockholdor so In puii. . .7 . ., ...i i... and addltllT at llio euu u. -1 - . ..... j n said section the words: -auu bu assessinettts falling duo on stocn sun scribed shttll be held as a lieu aga list the stock of the delinquent moiuner. ud shall be payable on tue i'"' each month. If not paid by tno tutu of tho month a lino of ton por cont. ....... ii,. .mniiiit uuoa d snail ue im- "I . ...... .ill! If poaeit upon saiu ui iinui..., said a-sessmeut and lino are mn i'm by the last day ol the monin, am slock may be sold by ordor of the Hoard of Directors ancr twenty usva notice lo such delinquent by tho Sec rotary. Such sale may either be pub lic or private at tho option of the Hoard of Directors. Should the sum realized from the sale of said stock be insufficient to fully dUcharge tho ..,. nl .Inn and the Alio tlicrooll, the Compaiiy may sue Ihe delinquent for n, .miaul balance i and if the sale .i...v i.rnvided for be public, said Company may be the purchaser at such sale, John H. Boaten, S WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CROCER -AND DEALER IN 8 TOBACCOS and CIGARS, Etc. Keeps in dock "Opal Flour," and the finest Sugars, Coffees, Syrups and Molasses, and Everything in the Staple and Taney Grocery line. Bend lu your onion, or call on me. Katlsfactlou Guaranteed, aud moce Greenville Miss. as low as the lowost, Poplar Street, I. ir ......i-v ilnaenntlon. All boohs .... . -. . , lew and Fresh, which win old at llock Hottom rricos ir ICash. Ladies' CJoods a speciauj Call and examine our sun. TORIAN & NELMS, 210 MAIN STEEET. 'SCfflmn ' .1 l rmiTinw i mchl4-8w of health, despite the arduous and tr) 8eleclet, by Lord orth to feceireilafun line of all kinds ColTues, Molassos aud 8y- i Tn It IlOWSN'S. I Bny TlTaii Bell. following Utter to a Greenville f ' "hows that there is one Ucnt wi.,... r.ui. tn tiolta ,. v' -.8f--Mrs. W. would not ac- "r 'fer mado for the 8. land, ' ,T,cr- When there is no over "r ' u " 8 fr cent- 011 double that r ?.ri, if I could find e-ood renters. lug labors ol the recrut scsslun. The Mask Hall March 24tb is for charity. Dou't fail to attend. HEAD 5t CO., COTTON FACTORS AHD WholcsaMJroccrs. Beliabie GoodSs sew advertise:! lu crush the rebellion which became sue I sine W , . .Uitinn termiimliou only Do naiiu-. .r,.i wvoluticn a terini possible by the incapacity ol thefigu.e-j r ... ,I.M tt-nrl; una head geucrals to wuom .uo entrusted. "SpringSuititigs Our stock of IMTOUTED WOOr, ENS h arrived. Many nove, , L seen iu VESTINGS, THOLSJJ -v.i .,,,1 FANCY SUITISGS. e nsenone bnt 'JJIp?n5ivx nnr TAILORING DKTAR . and ijUAiwa-.i.-" tiou. t .... vnnr order to-day. Greenville, some two or three CO a Hill OtOOU riir.inr,. i i'f M il. Had a strap col lar on When lost. A liuerai re.U 111 bo lid for his return mu. MchU-tf. ' W. A. I'oiXocK. TEUSTEE SALE. Itv virtue of the power vasted In me .i-....... in th. HhpiI of Trust eecu- "" '" v. : : j... u. .i.n.i hi. i,..l hv .loel sciuui anu duo .;....,, wife, to me as Trustee to 'P "'J'"' ,.rns lliillillnK and Loan Association of (ireenvilln, Mississippi. w m;n i-. 'i'rust is tinted on the l;lth day of August, .,.i i. r.rnnleil In Deed llonK I) Vo ':i naire 7115. et sen 111 the office of the haueerv Clerk of Washington ounty ii..i..mil. I. K.N. Thomas. Trustee a. "aforesaid, will on the ijav jjK AiKII ls.M. Bl tue Hum iii '" (rt House of Wnshlnirton fnunty. Miss., offer for sU at piitilie outerv, to the highest hinder for ca-ii. the f""" I g u. scribed land together wllh all .....nia ml hereililiuiients. to-wit : lr . . i... i fl.u uii.tnrn liemiininsr at a p"' i" Imnnibiry line ol u eooam "7,'", said city, one humlreil mid sixty-live f,.Pt SOU) II OI "'"" """' V.i. Ill nr. lll.K'k Thirteen i i"K """' ' ; " LOANS NEGOTIATED TOIIttnrXUHEDBT FIRST MORTGAGE ON PLANTATIONS AND FARMS. APPI.T to THOMAS A GRIFFIN. Attv'. u.aia fiusToi Kiiaas.it i.aMa iumit. naiii man a&l it .rri,Trew Home Sowing Moohino I - " -m as ,-K 11 Company, St. Louie, juo. TAX COLLECTOE'S SALE. Having failed to rtl .and jell on M.wi.iiiv. t he anu uy ; v . u odiencetotl.enilrernenso . KiiinS. ubTiey,t.ibe south aooro. ,.... vof inirton eoiinty, nii' M' -n, Greenville, between the noursyr...- rwi ii sr h ttHnjr fnil hj J"'"' ,,, V.. "I M"l '"t ' iek- 'u " mini fy li'-v 1"'n fw nv i , att.i'iJ ti.i.i T"1 . . .,i ,. a Iii inn uart of INI -y M HIl fof ! Mart T", ftjrrHihlnf '.Y UU i leerti'i. ir t(in,' M i ) rail V I'K Hit T leerti"! Ji I I.AHH J(JK. i s tU.t i-lstTLl.l, MAlAk . ..r lutsr ntl b'ng the day fixed ..n-er of he h erbdder 'for cash, the follow. P' i". r i.ml. situated In the City AlVofWb.kW.SthAddl. tlon tQ the City onnv,,.?.EKi FebMf TaxColleetor. 1:h'iipm1 CsrnvIctH. Tho following described conTlcti made thoir tseapo from the Muscadine Plantation of C. T. Wortblugton in Washington County, on the 2tst Inst Ai.ritK Thomphon, age 18 yeara, s i bight 6 foot 6 1-2 luchos, complexion mulatto, hair aud eyes black, one acar ou outer edgo of left eye, oue ecar over right eye lu edgo of eyebrow, one sear on under lip over right cor uer, ono scar lu front on right shoul der, scar rrotn gun-shot wound on left ' . m ( SV I V sldo, ono sear ou otitsido ot ion migu. Ijt id Jtin'KH, ago about 80 yeara, 6 feet 9 or 10 luchos, complexion light brown, a little knoclt-Kueeu, ur about three weeks old, thick lipa and wears an impudent countenance. Alfred was sentenced from Madison county, this Statu ; Louis, I think from lssaduoua. J. M. Houston, Manager. Feb.28-tf ar - ,. VTT, ,. psrt'iar titils) f'ltiBeBe"w ii i'ls'ii.r,Ji. tir. ToleV Ofcto. V4l-i.il via? dutnsi "ni wet . ;. j ,''h. T'ii cm rk. lhe work trWl Btw F,3t iS,r Sfr W still. dr. A W.il Cen or in iup s, Hlft fivwi rW wert iitiktiowsi etnon th-m. v t w lril Particular fr. II . II Ml-" V '., Horn JVawUia ill Hi- , II. SMITH, President. GEO. READ, Treasurer. G. B. ALEXANDER, Bupt.aud Manager. HENRY CHITTENDEN, Secretary Flan-ters Oil. JEill- .,..r.r- axn SATISFACTION GUARANTEED e,.v a r: V cfir.tf 'ITED. PROMPT b ETTLLM c.N O IIUIJlKsV" v c, rnnnnift- in an esslerlv il.l " Lrpenilieiihir to snlil enst line of I lie . inlil Avenue : feet, thenee riinninK n a smilherlv direction parallel to said AdmUistratar's Notice. The Slate of Mississippi,) Wa-binatoii County. ) n . f i.iioia nf Administration .. .t. li.i. of W. N. Watson, dc- J..c,l were (trantel to tho under the llilhdar of March, 1891. by .he Chancery Cot.rt of W..blr.gton countv, Miss.; now. therefore, all for sons having claims s(rint h 1"? ; .i i i..i.,iai. am renucstcd to extilOll the sa.no and have them registered by the Clerk of said Court wttluu one year fto date or they will forever t..rnd M, A. W ATSO", MdLlHrtWt AduiinUtratrlx. . ii.... .to f..t. liienee ruiiiinia m """.""i .1, " ,i.. ..r..iiiliriilat tosiiid we"r.vri :r .n ..id east nm of ?.!." Li'.i av.nn. tlienec in a northerly nA,,,,, along said east line W feet to as shown orded rtireetlon aioni? sum . the nolnt of iM-tslnninir, being ,M.8andofsalJBI.H-ki:t Mraim.il uiion the plot oi sam au.u...... - - n he olll'ie of the flinncf-ry t lerk of a id county, in the V of t.reenvme. ounty orwaslilngtnn of Mississippi. lUO,Z$' jlarch It. So.3.)-td trustee. s v . unoi n - -: i For Sale by Fbauk Buidisb. PATRtJMAljl'. BUi-n-it"" . n I ' , -v. , j ,vr. . . . . i. .c .. 5 - . ,. . - J r , ' . , - " .. .. ! r- i I nnriT v -r. I . Iltll" I I ! 3i ,!, . : , 1 I i -- Jit, ! .. .i. - -m- iwrw? r wr- "- " 1 , r - . g- Iti a, "-i"- ! . cordially invited to call and Inspect our Mill I plan of Managomont and. Operation. . , Building, Machinery and ConTenienoss. and Ien LOWEST PRICES. i Satisfaction (guaranteed. WARNEHASEARLE3. Visksburg, Miss. SC M of u will be down next Yours truly, J.W.