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AY, MAY 15. l-'-'l. CGIIOt FiCTS. AHNOTJNCEMENTS. IT ay Mr. K!Umm i- AQ eUti.l'tr Ol SU! . fur the t .-..-i from 50, UU ren:ar- i it contained i Mtr. U oi ! .- iliTlO'i, wLich at ias coixca ek. .U--t'S U.l o.i-TUXe.) Maykssviixk, Mi--, April 27. Fkis:i r A. & M. College : I icfck the liberty of sending you by to-daV ami oue tiu box containing iH-naln inserts (buijV) which of hue hste attacked the young corn ldauu in thU acction. o planter aeius to know the name of tin insect, uor were they ever aeen here before and it seems to be new plague at destroying corn plant that we have to contend with. They can be found by hundred on wery italk, especial near it root, below the urf. Pie be good enough to inform me fully what ipecie Inaecu these are, it name, habiu, how Ion? they may remain, etc. I beg to thank you in advance for trouble caused. Respectfully, O. E. Maver. A. A M. College, Miss., May 2. Jla.0. E.Mavkk: Gen. Lee hat referred your of April o7iK to ma for renlv. I rorrt to aaT that the InaccU which you aent are the chinch bugs insect which do much damage to wheat and in mnt of the Middle State. So i know, thl U their first pper- ....s. in ihi. Stats, and It U to be hoped that their spread will not be rapid. If to, corn growing will receive a great .wt th chinch bue appear in atich immense number that it will be a difficult matter to destroy tnem. When the bu I" Ui fd:ig f-f'ti; v- ' - tbc jutnusre l a int-r-at. aud fore nixe from it i iV.io- : Tuucl.:i: tl.e it.-si.i- of up;'y aud demand for the sceouJ hair of the itajoa, ue e;iir.ftte tliat tLe exports from the I uttcd Matt to r.jrope w j.f, i:i m:e t- i,(urTt,. 'iiiir-m!. aud e there the i. '. Koiirtii ! a i ai-ti'.-n of tli I Vt-UtiOU. twc. u luriU it ua .u2. oi i.i ic il)XW bale, a.t'.ut 4i.lH.- last tar. be.ide whUU there will a.o be rt eeived the cotton alloat oa the 3 1st of March 310.0M against 333,0-H) la.t year, and about 60.000 bale of ship uieuta after Aug. SI, against fi7.ovO last year, makiug a total of 1,20,000 against ts6.LHH la-t year. From India the total elmmieui lor the season are estimated at 300.000 to 400,000 bales (some .iy 450.WO) le- than last season. A uYtK-it oi aoiw-.-v would give 1,M.000 agaiust l,(5'36.t0 last Ma-ou. As 4-b.ooo imn a"' . . i r.tia ito already arrivea, mere reiimm i,vv,vw bale still to come, from suudry sources we look for 253,000 bales, asaiust 22!t,'AK) last season, the excess of 2J,0(.0 bales consisting of Egyptian n.tton. The rate of consumption we estimate .1 1 71 000 ba es tier wcet tor an Europe, or a total of 4,416,000. ua eontiuued low prices this figure is more likely to be exceeded than other- S'tift The prospective stock at the close of the scaon u uiucti larger tuau ior Mivnr.il Tears tst. but is not much i.rirnr than the stock at the eud of Sr-ntember. lSSi and FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. V A. MoVrn"MKr:Y. Jil. is '1 !"1 date f. r :h ' ill' l of U.,? r.i r h .In '' 1,-,-t to !:. a. tl -a of i 1 ii-tt;ct f. UVel:-.i'.'!l- COAL AND WOUu. I! h tr,. i A::. i-;--t. . , In Hi r in lirr-tuckij Coal. it? Co d. Piitshurc;, Althumo IVurhsiniiii nf:ii SOLE AGENTS for the CELEBRATED Subscribe S. S. T.rtowN, Tre-i'leut. . M. Joxk-s Viee-l're-nu-u.. V. n. r.YAS, Hecy and Treas C.. T. Mn.i.f.H, tieu'l .Manage! f I ili-t i a r:! Ati'.r i. t, sui l);IliO nr.lc lis! ri V - I' r I of the I to til t Coll- r- rsn Jl I CDRCriA AND DEEH UHttix luml. tar Loud lo Con t rat s shinned direct from Miuts at LoweM ST 3: AM Coal solicited market prU es. full Tilt fur FOK SHERIFF. f. r the l.lliV, A. M. .-:t: l caii'ii'i-i.t ;... of Slierill oi Was.-.iut.ou subject to the acliou of the Kemoeraiic party iu Contention a.-eemuiea. J no. L. (iKIKKIN i candidate for rc-eU'ctiou to the omce n .-un. Washiiiston eoiiuty. subject to the ac- tiou of the Democratic patty iu Con vention assembled. FOR CIRCCIT CLERK. C L. Milam is n candidate lor the office of Circuit Clerk of Washington coutity, subject to the action of the Democratic party in t,ou.euuou sembled. f. 1CGiuakt Is a candidate for the office of Circuit Clerk of Washing ton couutv, subject to the action of the Democratic party in Convention assembled. Jos. A. Shall is a candidate fortho r.m f riif nit Clerk of Washiug'ou count v, subject to ttio action of the DeiuoVr-i!''- :-:ir:y in Couvrution as- -Clil le I. SOD.. -v77iLTEE . . .. . . t 1 1 . .. t u'.i..r .ii, I eat t ruit tvruus of all flavors, manufactured trotu rure in.u - PURE DKTILMVAR" ICE, AVliolesialo and Itetnil. isnrpvTIT T 1,' It'P .t'Tl COAL CO. illE GKEENV1LLE STEAM BOTIUSG WOBKS. GREEHYILLE TIMES, A Public Journal, I r"" b 1IKNUY CETTESUEN", Prfst i.'.id ' I. . I' Hi as pi incte.- ji tin f: ' - -J ' ' ' rtvy. ' ' ' - -' c " ' tea nr.M. . s ;.wug I prac- ti -eJ. iJ.os He Iu turning them all under, but with a common plow as used in th'u State, some would escape for the reason that all the bog would not be thrown into the bottom of the furrow. Hut if a Jointer I at tached to the plow it will throw all the bog into the bottom f the furrow and thn they will all be destroyed. A jointer I not nsed much in thi Bute, although much nsed in the East ern State; It consist of a small plow or plow joint placed as a coulter is placed. It can be obtained through any agricultural dealer and will be found to be a very useful instrument. When in a field upou a mall area kerosene emulsion will readily kill the rfiinch imi-g. This i made by the fol lowing formula: llardoap, one-half pound; kerosene, two gallon; hot wiur. on irallon. The oap 1 first dissolved in the hot water, and while still bol if thoroughly mixed with the kerosene. It bould be well urreu or shaken for at least ten minute un 'til it it thoroughly mixed, o that the kerosene will not separate from the water. A force pump i a good in atrnment bv which to mLx tho eniul inn. When rcadv for use the emul sion 1 diluted with about ten parts of itr and ami led directly to tne HI eet For chinch bugs It should be dllutod to about eight part or water. ' It kill bv contact with the insects and immense numbers can bo readily killed bv mean of the emulsion Those are ome of the principal rem edieslused against this insect, aud it is hoped these rcmedic will be practiced wherever the chinch bug may mako their annearance. Should auv of the Journal readers know of tha anncaraiico of thlf or any other insect in their locality I should be glad to bo Informed of it. . . . .1: ; -. .. .'ts V : --f..l 0'. , -...m ' 1 ' t s. , t.-ii--. .! t r n.tl- . t ; ,v ' " ... .ue lowest j au ; aud the lowest iu 11, 3-4d. The value of the same quality to-day is 4 3-4d, the lowest ugure quoted tot more than 40 years, except for two days during tue uuneism commercial depression which culmina ted In 186, when, owing to tne gen eral Impoverisiiincut ot the working classes or the world, lu cousequeuce 01 the scarcity or employment, the con sumption of coltou was at the rale of .-nlv 1.10.000 bales of 400 pound per week, ajjainst ttio present ugure 01 171,000 bales. Appcal-Avalancho.! A feature of the preeeut market is tho extreme scarcity of white, clean cotton, aud unstaiuod ollcriiigs com mand a high price ; indeed, as mucu Mc per pound over quotations may be realized for suitable lists of white cotton. Tbo demaud is urgent for such, and at prescut It canuot by sup plied. Another feature is tue condi tion or t he vounff crop, a consmer- hlo nortiou will be retdautcd and the condition as well as supply of seed is not calculated tocucourngo tho plainer. The told weather has been more or less dnmngiug. ..! . it i a cauttlduto for the ijctoi Clerk of Washington 1 to the action of the . im in Convention as- , - Be Knew Bit Aflrantase. fChicago Tribtiuo 1 It was in an Iudlp.ua avenue car at about the timo tho shopper are home ward bound. There was but oue niau In thn car aud he sat so twisted lu his eat, with his knee widely spread, as to occupy the space of two good-sized tiaaseneers. All of the eat were filled and several ladies wore standing. At Twelfth street the train stopped aud thnra stumbled luto the alslo of the car a well-dressed young man whose unsteady walk aud vacaut expression marked him as the possessor of what filnnaut vouth terms a "lag." u hooked hi wrist through oue of the trans and s waved back aud forth as tha car lorked along. Hi eyes wan dered aimlessly about the Interior of the vehicle, aud as he realized that there were a number of ladies stand ing near hitn, he removed his hat with bi diseugaged baud and muttered, -'Souse me. everybody, please. I've got my skates on and the suu is in my eye aud I 'pol'(?'"-o- 'use mc." Then he discovered the man who oc cupied two seats aud, rrnching for ward, touched him on the shoulder with the remark: "Seems to me, 'sense mo, that you're taking up more room 'n a Bcntleman ought to when ladles are standing up. Just sort of contren coutr funny I can't say that word cou-cousetitrato yourself and let some one sit down." The man in the scat glared at tho owner of the jag, and then as he un willing v moved along growled : "You are a dissracc. sir. to maukiud. You are a druuken beast aud you ought not to be permitted to ride with de cent people. You are offensively drank, sir." "Tha's olright, olright," replied the vounir man as ho doffed his hat and assisted a ladv with her arms full of bundle to the seat. "I know I've got a comrable jag on, bnt i ll get over that olright. Tha'a where I got the vantairo of you. sir. You're a hog, sir, a disgraceful he-awiue; that' what von are. and you won't get over it. Tha' where I've got the 'vantage of von. 'Reuse me." And then there was a violent silcncO, broken now and then by smile from the lady passengers. Irmie oi caterpillars. Just east of Lnmberton, K. C, 1 what Is known as the swamp, and the railroad goc through it on alternate banks of earth and tretdie of trestle- work. A few days ago an army of caterpillar began moving out of the wamp, and to cros the streams mounted the tresllcwork. Tho rails and ties wero covered Inches deep with the moving mass, and the first train that eucouutercd thntn was brought to a dead standstill, the driv inff wheels of the engine slipping nmtind as if tho wheels had been thor oughly oiled. Thoenginoerexhausted tho contents of his saud box before 0 got through tho swamp and rcaetieu clfiar stretch of track. It was thougl tha trln would be tho eud ot the cater- titn.r trouble, but tho very next, day atpniti encountered another army of ralerti'illars crosiug tbo trestle, aud Crops In Mississippi. University. Miss.. Slay 10. Tho weekly weather-crop bulletin or tho Mississippi Slato Weather Servieo, co operating with tho United (State tig- uul Service, lor the week cuiiutg Jiay savs that tho rniuft.ll during the week was.very unequally distributed. A Tew stations received about tho normal sumilv. but lu each case tho rail was limited to a small area. Pro bably not more than one-third of tho Slato received as much as was needed bv erow liitf crops and plautcd seeds. On the Sd local ruins, accompanied lu sevoral Instance by bail, fell at a ntiin ber of points in the Northern part ol tho Ktato. In tlio southern section local rains occurred on the 4th. A decided full iu temperature cue cccdcd, aud the sky has been almost cloudless since tlio Olli. 1110 largo amount of dully suusldlio has been more tlmu balanced by uortueriy winds and cool nights. Eight Trout 1 reported in the northern section ou the 7th. aud as far south as Jefl'erson couutv on the 8th. It was not proba bly sutlicicut to kill tender vegetation but nuito materially checked the erowth of all crops. At University on the 7th tho minimum air tempera ture was 41 deg. nnd the ground tern peraturo 82 deg. It was scarcely warmer ou the tub. These condition have been unfavorable to all cror Thrniiuhout moi-t of the southern port of Hi - Stale, com had been worked anil needed ruin to mik rapid growth. Cotton was being worked, aud th.-ro is some complaint of loss of sin ii-I by its tl; ing. Iu the northern section much plant, cd cotton mods rain to bring it up, and corn is not grow ing well on up- amis. The ground 111 ninny sections hits been too much dried by sunshine and ilrv wind-, and plowing is diili- ult. W'lillo fair progress in culuva- 011 Iihs beeu iiimio, crops have not grown suti-titctoriiv, aim uiu 001 weather will probably materially in ure growing cotton. .1. II. C:. a 1 c on .1 y Pt-rr "-i s I . -Cluhied. . FOR CHANCERY CLERK. t .Tun . min Is a raiididiite for re ot.., ilnii to the ot ice of Chaucer) Licr. Washington county, subject to 111c action of the Democratic party iu Cou- vcutiou assembled. .1 V Kim-is is a candidate for the ittirn of Chancery Clerk of Washing- on couutv. subject to the action 01 iuc Democratic party In convention as sembled. FOR TREASURER Kko. It Ai.KXANDi'it is a candidate for re-election to tho ollico of Treasil rer of Washington couutv, subject to tho action of the Democratic party iu Convention assembled. FOR ASSESSOR m ltir iniMis is a candidate for .in..ti..n ia 1I10 nillco of Assessor of 1 1. V I V. ' 1 ' " " .w ' - - Washington county, subject to tlio ac tion ot tho Democratic party lu C'ou- cutlou assembled Calk Stone is a candidate for the nfflee of Assessor of W asbltigtou conn to the action of tho Demo cratic party In Conventions ssembled S. P. Aikkn Is a candidate 'for the otlice of Assessor of Washington couu tv. snbiect to the action of tho Demo crat tinrtv ut ouvcillion usseuiuieu FOR CODNTY SURVEYOR It. 11 Iit:cKt.KV is a candidate for the mlicn of County Surveyor ol nasning- fou county, subject to tho action ot tno iinnuicrntin nnrtv lu Convention as sembled. I i BS 111 Til6 Q MANfFAaLUKUS Of Oriiaiiion.'al IVcnsod and Common ISrirk. Capacity 30.000 Per Tsy. WINONA, - - MISS J. T. Lay, Secrtlam ind Gn.ril "''v t VM M'KSE. Se MILLER-ALEXANDER CO. i, .... ALLiiMM. Building Mausittt ; HtLLKB, Uuneriil Manaxsr. I'LA.MXO and HOILDIMS HILL, . . n .11 TT,.7. Tiililrl. matherboardin$, Turning woi' ers and Contractors, ooa Lisieru alty. We have enlarged our Plant, and are now prepared to supply the lradt with every hind of fixtures. Close Estimates Civen aud all Work Guaranteed to be First-Class. STEAM PLANT FACTORY ROW, Mr L. 1 0. 1 !. Crossing. Vice-President. Jno. IS. Ki'nUSW, lanair. COAL AND WOOD. First Pool Pittsburg Coal, the best on the1 market, supplied to Steamboats, Hail roads, Machinists and Families. -Established in 1868. Office near Leavenworth's Saw Mill, iano5 Ctreenville. MiSfs. To Keep House Without a WIIIE GAUZE CHARTED OAK STOVE THIS ESPECIAL ADVOCATE OF TUE is a Blow business. The Old lieliable Hardware House of Levee System. H. E. WETHERBEE AND TnE Interest of the IIEXKY T. IKEV3, rtcsidc-nt. X. C.0I.1STE1X. IltLItillALI. J. TVELL1SOKN, becrttary. The Delia Insurance Co. Bill OF GREENVILLE, MISS. ( 1 A FTT AL BTOOK, S100,UUU. Office: Poplar Street, GREENVILLE, MISS. J. I). Smith. J. S. Walker. J. A. Deaton. Clias, II. ijiuUli. DIRECTORS: lLWilcziiibkl. Chas. M. Williams. X Goldstein. Louis Waldauer. S. (ioldsiidth. John lluuway. M. J. Wellboru. W. E. Iluut. it. T. Irtys. Ix'0 llcxter. J. 0. Head. Comiinwing the Counties of Wnsliingtoii, ItoUvar. TKNuqueiia and Sharkey, -AXD OF-- GREENVILLE, ia the only agent for this pride of the kitchen and for other favorites -Also deals largely in Hardware, Queensware, Glass and Tinware, Barbed Fence "Wire and AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. V 1 Itf STOCK. lilTTlitl JL-K1LJCSJ IJ. 12. WETHERBEE, Oldest Hardware House in Greenville? J. C. Geeesley. J. M. Lee Lee & Sreenlev, Hoal Estate Agents, Will attend to the Renting and Leasing of property in Greenville and surrounding country, the collection oi reins aim iuu payment of taxes. Coiiiniuulcations of Loral Interest throughout the Delta solicited. Par ticularly upon ' T T RICJN JJ-iXlX? The District Capital Corner IVlain and Walnut Street GREENVILLE, MISS., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Liquors, Wines, Porter, Ale, Beer, CIGARS AND TOBAUUUS- SOLE AGENT FOR THE ANHEUSER-BUSH BREWING ASSOCIATION, fi'V. LOUIS, 3IO, The following celebrated brands always kept in stock : Ttnrlwfiisnr Kecr and Bottled Beer. Erlangcr Keg and Bottled Beer. Anheuscr Standard Keg and Botttled Beer. Palo Lager in Kegs, Impvemciits and Diycrsification of V arm and lroclucts. Upon Road-making, Fences and all things calculated lo develop tho resource aud to produce prosper ity lu that section of tho Slato. .GENTLEMEN I 2v"3T STOCK OP SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS ITrto rifvillPll.. Cl.lt d consists o f the latests nov 7;,c UiimrliirpiL tor t he season, uress auusi f'TOM '- " tv s. , i , 1 J - 1 vrn, eii.Hin.tfs. a so a larne ana tvtuuau unvu, hntlfsh Trowserings. Only such goods as ar kept by first-class houses. fel15 Patronize home industry and keep tho moiioy at homo. .j. u. LK I J.N 12 J I, Merchant Tailor, C.RKENV1LLE MISS., TXKJSTES'S SALE. Itio-iC Indian .Names. Florida Tiiuia-Uuiou. "Where have you becu?" eaid a guest at oue of the hotels, reccutly, as fr eu l walked up tne biciis, wen laden with souvcuirs from South Flor ida. "Oh!" was the reply, "I ve been down to Charlotte harbor aud up that river with tho uumentionablo uaiue. 'Caloosabatclice t "Yes, that it. 1 spent six day try ing to pronounce it and navcu't suc ceeded yet. 'ihese ludiau uaincs are beautiful uarnes, but they are ileeuled- ly hard to pronounce. ly the way, where have you occur "Well, I weut over lo the .Suwanee river, cut over the country aud shot 'gator on the ,Vitblacoocuec, tished for bass in Tsala Apopka, sailed ou Thonotosassa, skipped over to Okou lockhatcliio. walked by tho shores of the Weohyakauka, plucked flowers by IlickDoochee' limpid waters, visited the sugar fields on Tohopekaliga, sailed on the tortuous Kiesimmes, was buf- fctted by the waves of Okeechobee, aud have also captured tarpon on the Caloosahatcheo. 1 expect to visit Istokpogayoxie, Lockapepka, llatche necha and l.cautocKuaiciicc ueiore leave the State." "Uosh!" ejaculated hi compauion as he stepped into the hotel. Pronounced Hopeless, let Saved From a letter written by Mrs. Ada E llnnl. of (lroton.8. 1)., we quote: "IV t.Un with a bad cold, whleh settled on my Lungs, cough set in and finally ter minated in Consumption. Four doctors eave me up saytng 1 could live but a short time. 1 gave m vsen up io mj Savior, determined if I could not stay out. miv frlands on earth. 1 would meet my n!-ent one above. Sly husband was advised to get Dr. Kine's Discovery for Consumption, i uhiiiis mu uius,. .... o it . iFinl. took In all eilit bottles it has cured me and thank Ood 1 am now . i. ... H...it.(iii 1 rial liitl. Whereas, on theWtlulny of .lune, WM), Mrs. Julia G. Ciishly and Uayilen Drew uteil and delivered to me. the niiilershriieil Chns. Chntt'e. Jr.. Trustee. for the henelit of I 'ha tie, FowellA est a certain deed uf trust on certain prop erty to seeiirn certain indebtedness stilted in sukl deed of trust us appears of record in Hook of Jlort (rages M-2 on pages p;i! et sei., anil panes et se(., of the Deed ltecordt of Wnslilnelon county. .Mississippi, reference to which u Umi-hIiv imiile : and wberi.is, default of payment has been made on said in delilednets. and said Chall'e, I'owell & West have reipiested me In toreeloso said d'-eil or trust. 1 will under, nnd bv virtue of. the power vested In me by said deed of trust at or about V2 o'clock, noon. on Tho23riDay of Uajr.1891. nttbe Stalile nnd Ham on "Lake Land I'lantation" In Washington county. .Mis sissippi, oiler tor nale to the highest bidder at public outcry, for e,-.sli, the lands in H a-hinirton county. Misihii- I, ilescriheil as tirllows, to-wit: uie south half of section nine. thesouth-e!it uarter and the east halt ol tne nortn- ast quarter ot section ten. ami imri v- four and a-lot lis acres oil of Hie soul" end of the south-west quarter of section ten, boiindod a lollows, lo-wn : com menelng at the south-wet corner of said section ten which Is known as .Moore's corner thence running norn along the western boundary ol saiu quarter section s.JO chains, thence east on a line parallel with the southern boundary of said quarter section w chains to the eastern boundary of said ninrter section, thence south atonic salcl eastern boundary .7u chains to the cor ner of said quarter section, tneiiee west along the southern boundary of said quarter section io cuuiii iu me ukuih mng; the north-west quarter, and the west hnll ot tne soiun-wesi ijiianer, oi section eleven, and kit of section fifteen north of Hilver Cake, all being In Town ship fifteen and Han ire eilit west, and known as "l.uue-i.nmi l iani:ui"ii, mtio the east half and the ninth-west ipiarter section thirteen, in lownsiiip lll'teen. Hange eijjlit west ; ami a liire-e lot of mules. Iiorses, cattle unu other personal )-roperiv, inciuuin nil of the horses, mules, came nml otlier live stock, and all wairons and farming implements of every Kind and character owncil Dysant.i.u. j.asniey and Unvden Drew, or either of thein. nnri wfiieh were noon the lands nnd Plantations above Oescrtneil on saiu ootu dav of June. 1S1K). nnd all of the horses, noilpa. e.lt e and other live stock", aim all wagons and farming Implement of every kind and diameter wnicn i. u. l.ashlev nnd Uavden Drew, or either of them, have acquired and put upon said lands and plantation!), before described. prior to the 1st of March, Ml. and for a ' I..- .1 :..:.. f .11 ,.f i,,, 1,1 pariieuiur ,irm:iiii,iM , 1111 wi ....... property, reference is had to said deed of trust. The title to all of which said property is believed to he go"'1, ,"d 1 plm11 con vey at said sale only such title as is Vested in me as trustee as aforesaid. ( HAS. rTlAFFE, .!., Trustee. N42-May2-tds. City and Conntry Trade Solicited. J. F. BAl-UNJiiW, SB" Stories of Fiction, and Poetical contribu Hons always declined. A.. B. Finlay & Co., DEALERS JV- - DRUGS AND MEDICINES, . - M& . k J f T3r-fnrftaiTr. Toiltat soatjs. faxnxs, UU DYES, GLASS, $c, Onion sots, and (Tfirdcn Urass ana Flower seeds of all descriptions. Cornet Washington Avenue and Walnut Street. Is 5 r i a- fit m ALL MANNER OF Job Work DONE NEATLY, Cheaply F Public Building n Specially. -AND- UNDB DIT-A.KBRS. Mr. Harry Graham, An experienced aud competent MM -3s-UsV EMBALKIER and UNDERTAKER. Vr.i Now with Ukai) & Hunt, Mi who have on lmnd an Elegant and Mr. (irnham will give his personal atlcution to all orders, which nre re gpnctfitllv solicited. i p. nr. iiv leieifnioii or ice'iu one iu ni.. , MUAD & HUNT. i ,1- 1 V t j GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI, FIEE, LIFE AND AC CEDENT INSURANCE, LOANS NEGOTIATED TO BE SECt-'HED BT FIRST MORTGAGE OM PLANTATIONS AND FARMS. APPLY TO THOMAS & OKIFFLN, AtU. Real Estate Agency. We insure Stores and Stocks, Houses a nd House hold Furniture and other perishable property. ALSO Country Stores, Gin Houses, Machinery & Cotton x- W- l.ti AsBiirnnce Society ot tho United States, New York...$i4,;lOS,541 CJlJtll--'"-, " The Kqnltnlile h heen renowned for many years for In just, liberal and fair dealing with insurers. No company Btand on a firmer, higher foundation for .i.ilitv. We are aluo agents for the Travelers Accident insurance Company, Hartford, Connecticut $5,619,000 00 Office on Walnut Street, in the Fmlay Drug Btore Building. Expeditiously If you have Goods to Sell, ADVERTISE IN The Greenville Tjmes. If you have Goods to Buy, Read the Advertisements nj The Greenville Times. If you have wants, ADVERTISE IN The Greenville Times Address, TIMES, City Livery, Sale AND EED STABLES WALNUT STREET, GUEKNVILLK, MISSISSIPPI, I-IEAD & HUNT, (liioice !oi of Sioct always for sale or ..Thanking our friends for their generous pittronate iu the p we invite their ntteiition to our increased facilities, ana boiiui tinnance of their favors. hv if1 iati.a8 Oldest in the Delta Both the House and the Liquors of THEO. POI-IL Out Age all Competitor Wholesale department stocked with the be of all brands of Liquor and fobacco. CALIFORNIA WINE SO CHEAP THAT ALL CAN AFFORD THE PORE BEVERAff jeyXcw building on Washington Avenue, next Goldsmith building Bank of Greenville, SOLE AGENT FOU r Christian Mcerlien Brewing: Co.J CINCINNATI. OHIO. A. ANDERSON -DEALER 1S- GEKENVILLE MISS. STOVES and TINWARE A FULL LINE 6V Queansware, Glassware and Crocker TioCifinG. nnd. Gn,t.fp,ri.n(f T)nrtP, nn. Short Xotic Tin, Copper ami Sheet-Iron Worker. a well Bnn nenri.r -,. - tie free at Moor & Clarke Drugstore, had tha same difficulty. x.