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SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 18S5 Fill EES' USTITCTL The city of Vickaburg en fete to welcome a Low of Norther iiurs la attendance upon the Farmer' In titule. Much interest ana" enthusi asm marts tbe conduct of the Insti tale. and it will oodoubtedly be pro ductive of important resultr bath t tbe peeple of Mississippi end of tbe Northwest. Many distinguished per ana from tbe North are in attendance, Including Governors of several States, the beads of educational Institutions, and leader and practical worker in all brancbe af agriculture, aceompa aied by a largi number ef ladies. Among the distinguished Mississlp iaas present are Got. Stone, Anditer Stone, Com'r Edgar S. Wilson, Bishop Thompson, Dr. Tail Butler aud Prof. Tracy. Among tbe aubjeda for dis eosaioa are tbe followiug : Profitable beep; husbandry; horticulture in the South; Tegetable gardening; grasses adapted to the Delta; tock-raising la tbe South; dairying in Mississippi; the effect of immigration on diversi fied farming In tbe South; can hogs be profitably grown in the South? The dlacoaaion f these subject aud Inlercbauge of opinion by our own people and those wbom we bop soon to number among us, must result in a arrest inTigoratiou of all these branch a of farming, aa well as tbe cementing of cordial relations between ourselve aud our friends ot tbe NorthweM. At ibe final session of tbe Institute lb committee appointed offered a at I of appropriate resolutions, eipressivi- of the geueral satisfaction of all partlcl- pants in the Institute, thanking tbe citizen of Vlcksburg for the cordiality of the reception given the guesta, and expressing appreciation of tbe efforia of the speaker and contributor, aud congratulation to all coucerued opon tbe succcs and enjoyment of tbe meeting. Further resoiutiou were offered thanking Capt, Merry fer sug testing the Institute and aiding In ila success ; tbe various speaker; tbe Uttumwa Quartette of Iowa for music; tbe gnest wbo graced the occassion with their presence aud last ly, Got. W. D. Howard, chalrmau, Mr. Virginia C. Meredith, of Indiana, was presented by tbe cltlzeue ofVicks- urg with a hiudsome gold medal in scribes! : "The citizen of Ylcksburg, Mis., to Mr. Virginia C. Meredith, tbe Queen of Americau Agriculture, Iuterstate Farmers' Institute, Vlcks burg, Feb'y 20-23, 1895.'- After Ibe adjournment of ibe Institute a grand ball, tendered tbe Tlsitiug ladiea by the citizen of Vlcksbarg waa held at the Carrall," aud the city' guest left on especial trsiu for New Orleans at 8 o'clock this morning. what wims't want. Attention is called to an editorial reprinted in this issue of tbe Times from tbe Times-Democrat, tbe longth of which Is more than compensated for by It sound seuso aud pertiieuce to lb times. Especially would we join in it protest against lue indis criminate immigration oi an irrespon lible ud undesirable pauper class. Self respecting aud self upportiug msii aud women are what we waut agriculturist wbo will buy or reut their own ground and till it intelli gently. We want settlors inch peo- pla as redeemed aud conquered tbe Northwestern wilderness by sheer in dustry and indomitable determination The South has no ambition to become tbe Betany Bay of Northern cities. Better a thousand limes lo go en for ever In the old happy go lucky way. will) the most shiftless and lazy of labor better for our rich landa to grow up in weods, thau to be over whelmed with a tide of pauper and criminal immigration. An instrument recently recorded iu tbe clerk' office show the cash trans fer of 87,291 acres of land hi Wash, ingtou and Bolivar ceuuties by N. J Burrougb to W. H. Day, of Dubuque Iowa, for 93,237. Tbi is proorthat liter staguatiou iu the Delta does not list. Tbe land has been held by Mr, Burreuiibs for mauy Years, aud ia in a wild state, bnt heavily timbered and nearly all susceptible of bigh cultiva tion. Tbe purchaser is a null owner of Dubuque. Mr. Burroughs made tbe inislaku of selling bis liunl just a littlo too soon. If he had held ou for a year or two longer he might have realized a much much higher figure. This morning the south bound train ou tbe L. & N. wa burned near For est, Ala., A miles sontb of Greenville, Al, nd many persons reported to be injured. At 11 o'clock to-day a special train rotitaluiig a large corps of physicians left Montgomery for tbe sceue. Ao details are yet made pub lic, me information Is by private wire, toe train wa composed Mardl Grr.i excursionists. of A WELCHI imsiOl. Tbe uuiwrou of pbalatimis in tlU county under for-'ourc have b a folio td, iu many cac, suit es pecial! in tbe nit of lui's .urcbased by '!'! t 11 A Smith, by a survey and division of tbe uuoeilJy iaBiatioi into tracts of 40 or 20 acre, which are offered f.. r sale opon eaiy terms. The same plan wss put sued by tbe L. N. O & T. By. with tbeir lauds in the Delta, but tbeir purchaser were most ly negroes, aud in almost every lu- atanee, the land, as soon aa it was cleared and put in cultivation, was mortgaged frequently after one pay ment to the road had been made and sold out under these second mort gage, tbe mortgagee assuming tbe debt of the railway aud buying ia the property. Scarcely any ot tbe negroes wbo purchased tbla laud within tbe past ten year still bold it. Messrs. Caldwell Sc Smith, aud other compa nies, are now pursuing tbe plan of offering their lands to the numerous homeseekert wbo are beginning to flock into this country from tbe North west, aud are evn sending emissaries to tbat region to advertise the lauds and secure purchaser. Such vigor ou measure canuot fail. Another year will see an iuflux of while aueu luto the Delta that will exceed in number the great army of negroes wbo poured In durlug tbe years be- tween 1880 and 1890. Tbe negroes were brought to the couutry by a corporation which bad no metlve but the advancement of ila own Interest. S- lis lands were sold tbe characte r of the purcliaer mattered not. But tbe present decade will see a piacelul conquest of the Delta ef a different kiud. Tbese people are conilug to posses tbe land in earnest coming to Inaugurate a different mode of lif aud work. Tbcy briug tbeir own fixed Ideas, the chief of which, judging by what tbey have made of tbe North west, are economy, Industry, aud en. tcrprise. The appreciation of land value In this aud tbe neighboring couutie In tbe near future will be normous. Tbo man whose land has thus far escaped the almost universal trustee's sale, aud wbo has auy chance to bold on fur a year or two longer, can lake heart. It it true, as Randolph said, tbat all ckauge ia not progress ; but that we are on the eve ef a great change no thoughtful person will deny. Tbe new conditions which the appar eutly III' vitsblo Invasiou will bring about must be beuellcial. If, in a comparatively short time tbe alter nately scorched and frozen wilder uess of tbe Northwest attained a degree of improvement aud progress which waa tbe world's wonder, wbat cannot be accomplished by the same people and metbads In this couutry, with it im measurable superiority of natural cou ditious? Tbe louquest aud dovelop ment ef the Northwest baa been made over almost insuperable obstacles natural forces which almost nullify the achievements of man. Tbe peace ful invaders of the South will find their efforts aided and sustained bv kindly Nature, and a decade of intelli gent endeavor will see our couutry as far superior te the Northwest in pros perity and artificial Improvement as its fertile lands aud gonial climate are superior to tbe wild, storm-swept, droalb-cursed region from which our welcome couquvrer come. VIED. On Monday evening, al hi home in Greenville, D. C. Wabson, aged 60 year. Mr. wastu bad lived In Greenville about six yean, having come to tbis city trora East Mississippi, of which portion of the Slate he was a native. During hi life iu tireeu ville be made mauy friends by tbe correctness of bi life, bis virtues as a citizen, husband aud father, and bis unfaltering Christian character ami devotion lo his church. Amctig bis Dretureu ot tne oar, also, be was bIi in much esteem, aud bis abilities Rained him success and profit. The funeral services took place on Tuesday, at tbe Methodist Church, of which he wan an almost lifelong member. A large congregation assembled to testify their respect Tor the momory of a good man He leave a wife aud family of chil dren, to wbom the Times extern! sin cere sympathy. Fred Douglas 1 dead. Ilia depart re removes tbo greatest American negro probably the greatest man tbe race ha ever produced, lie was net properly a negro, belug tbe son of a negro slave woman and a while tuau. He was born In 1817, in Maryland. Escaping from slavery he fled to Bos ton in 1838. Wm. Lloyd Garrlseu aud other abolition leaders aided aud instructed him, and blsrisn who rapid. He lectured to enthusiastic, audiences throughout the North and England, during ibe war, aud from that time until bis death be wa promiuent In public affair aud recognized as a leader in all mutters concerning bis race. He is one of tbe most pictur esque figures preseuted by Americau history. If yon waut a life size Cravon free of charge ask Bell, the Photographer, about It. riTHlil CIIEBRATIOT. Tie SUt iiiuh ssn t-f ibe K' ijfhta of Ps Mm wa c-le". at-:d !h r- n!ng ,.t i.ir Jill , kuicptuufe I -e.- quet p. feared 'y Mr. H.rri ,Bf-l,ie- loger the deliver if t-l-Miutu- siteb- ea, and a general txibuige of cuugra- ulatiou aud good irliowsbtp, at tbe Masuuie bail. A speteh of especial interns. u made by Mr. A. Leweu- tbal, Jr., tu his happiest vein, aud it is supetfiuou to say that Mr. Lewentba! at bis Usi U a treat which it is hard to over praise. A maguiticfnt Pythian sword was presented lo Mr. (J ha. G. Bell, Grand Master at Anns as a tea- timouial of appreciation of the services be bat rendered, aud the iaU reat he ha taken in PytiiianUiu In tbe Delta. The sword was inwrrilwd with tbe name of tbe following Lodges: 8toaeall JaeWn N'k 7; W. A. Percy No. 57; Leland No. 77; Cleveland No. 78 ; lienou No. 106. Ibe presentation was as great a surprise a It wa a gratilicailon to tbe recipient Nt ver thele be was equal to the occasion, and responded in a speech full of ap propriate thanks, deep feeling, and loyally to the Order. Mr. Percy Bell waa then called on, and respouded in a speech which wa a surprise to bi bearers. Tbis young gentleman, a Pythian ef only a few months' standing, betrayed a knowl edge of tbe Order, a carefulness of study, and a combiued eloquence aud aptitude a a spuaker which were a unexpected as jt ratify iug. He was followed by Mr. M Mayor la a abort but excellent speech, aud the occsaion was further marked by appropriate remark from other Kuights. Tbe Order enter upon Us 32d yar full ef brigbt promises aud eutbusiasu for tbe future. petition roa uauos license. To ttM t it? Cornell ofurwBTill. Mini Wt, Ik Bndmi(ut qualiAnl tltctort of tht Lny vi utwBTiiis, cuanty ui narnnxtoa ana rt uf MisslMianl, Iwrebt' iwtition voar ban- orttblr Ixi'ij to giwit UDt Julin Hiikhj and lltftU'Al A K.,VtlY. rorftdrnu of iftid eltv. a licoriM lo Mil vlnons. spirituous, nmlt and imoxit-ttlnf lienors 1b ls iivuntiusa n ono ntnon, si isolr pi mm of buiiim, at Numb 118 Wwhinzton Ave. bus. And nt recommend ths sttd John Rn wir sd John J . Bnae1v to t of t -lotl remit. ttou bmcI sober smt suitable rjerioaa u rw-eive such licena. And jruur I'Sutlonera will ersr aray, eto. : Ewren Auruirns Rnbb' Horace Tumtr Cburle Laekiei Living -j VV Illism HuMob Caanoa aton itrnrv i nsunaa Adolph Iteldlagiifet'lBr "nrii'l Raiiien KenemiBii uuis jute-i David 3 Lejrsar Inoniaa H llood Uax Lemlev l.udwn David Weiss Jake s. oit Ilanrv noott M orris Rarhelmaa Morris Hulmoa Mara (lensgerger Henry Kptw UngsHi-ld Andrew Villi Louis Nauoleon Lamer All-art vonims 4war I li Marihsll l.ewu Klwood Claik l-'aae A NewDiBU Marka Kckotou 1 Br II Kphrnim Henry Woalt Otrtt Ixnm-t Inaac lle.'huiftsr Kiilwrt onii Root Uiatman James Hnilib Hubert Whits .luu .n Smith iula t affitlt Vt lliiam llora.eNt'Bl Lewis Williams Merriman White Julius Komanaky i icob .shall Verger Wallace Arnold Joe Newman Will Newman r'rita Hrnry Krlfrer Harrr Krin March Jnmb oimou W eiss AB'Bimiu llriek l eop Wilcjinski Morris Lonis Solomon Ie Hexrr lo-eph Wllniinkt le llanrnan Abe Waldaner Hinton 8i liwarta iloiei J'4ih Goldsm tkU hai le Halter Ui-ier Mavwr soIobioii Koinaaiky Jacob ttoniansky Herman Lohn Hlnior. Roxenllrld Joseph lilraoh Isaac Rachman Thomaa Uohelia M m tiieniarck Melsiier, Florisn l.aliiiurgi'ols John Mebolai- tlrlsiier John 1 huilenn t urns Jamea Joseph Hyaa Ueorge Ysung K'l uwy Wllt'erd Horse Smith Harvey Crane Adrian liarrt Flesa Johnson Mnri i.oldBtfin Edward n Woolt Sidney Woolf Merriman I. Williams Albert l.ati'ber Jeirtlalborn Janiei mlth Dally r'laner WillUiu lioniy Duolmu- BB Chaa Milton Ham Bernharrl Knar Jnlliis Wschsman David Dunn Jackson William yulnu Joseph liiil ( has llfnry Smith John ticsamarB Joneph McAfee Jayne John b'iger Clsm Wilson Clelier Katln Jordan Moses Little Solomon lyner lonhard Peter Laurent lorn J Handera Alexander Keach Par ker Legnldaa .laiqnemlae TMo Cole Arnett Isaac lxenberg K. .tin l t Uallette William Hichard llnr- vey Alaxander Anderson Lawrence llendricka Lewis Charles Jordan Leon Movse Joha MoiiUrey Lee Lei tor Percy Arlhur liebhun Elignh VViayJr tieoi'K" ntackliurn Al exaniler Thunie- Lawrence Mul-I lery Henry CilttendeB Bernard lleaure g a r d Uoiuman Solomon Uoldsmllh Charles Axman David Jamil Davis Frank Ernest Larkln Joseph Debtor Jones Charles IIiiko Csueinan n iiiiani ui iiiiu Ernest Hyncr l.e"iilil Newman Jake tleridel Joaeph Hftmilton Robb Leopold sirsiiM Uioom Beverly Thornton Lewis james ueoen r.imsiie William .iierllng clack Henry Anderson ADer crombie tgnatit.e Ueutschlander Iengbllt-ld Henry --chall leaao T einberg Abe Weinberg Job W'aidaut-r Jolin K.iinklln Harila John Henry Evans fverunn irandison Benj Hani Ueorge Washing ton Piatt Eisbard HcAtea Ike Sack Willlum Im fry James Jordan KriB Deichman Oliver Shandanla NVIlllam Henry Barber i oiu eones Kilmir Wood Baker Pamel Laurln McLean i.utner finkney smith Waiter Jndson Hovla William ilumir Smith James Green Frank Biguina Herman s. enian Joe W inilin .In men Albert Lake Jr noui ncari LiBae Maurice Aaroa Berg- Usmes Rnhertahaw iinm Wirt Tillotaon "iinaiu Leland . Sides tierson Sirua James Colenign Orsen ley Joseph Columbia H earcl DBOiwy Howard Hood l.ndwlKPhniipSoramer rniiun winiama Joseoh Wall Jono James Anderson John Caswell Amly t arr Arthur (alrfax ili'nry Jatkou Harrey Wright Alex J lloskins John Hanway tJ rnnvllle Carter Erunk Urego Angelo ( orrlsrn Oliver Hssard Perry .win. .fi' iiam Andrew Jucknon Samuel Cowper Lane marian bruce James Osions Jones Ueorge Washington Edward Schmidt Joaeph B. tliea liamner winiam fuuner Truman Uerielx Shaw Theodore Pohl Uande alarcclla John. eon William Kerchevall uii'lart Jo-eph Kibe Jami'S I'nrker Butler Charles Henaley otar- iiH siepiien Henry King Charles McLaren Wil liams Jacob Alexander Kdxar Mxdiimn Baggett Knaiius tawani Herey feiua Aiieo anacxeii ford William HBagley Willie lenbrg Lewie Eckstnne .lohn Henry llowen samael Kern) Dann Iahiib Waldaner Jnhnaihan Ehrlich Max Wachsman Abe hlam Adolnh B Lnnirer Walter Park Hheltnn iJhn BenirermaB Jamea imam Alexander Pol. lock Bernhard Stern tirant Bowen Uucks Daniel Lemle Ham Poyens Aiignst llisiriiis loienzo Mvd Ihomaa Harria Waliuce tanner ivathan Mo i wtein Charles. Young iH'iufire nexicr William A Jewell J.imi'8 Kin ks Yemer Natnn WHcilnakl Frank Haucook Pled. mont STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, J County of Wa-hington . city of ureenvllle. Personalty appeared beforv me. J. Alexander, a Notarv Public in and lor the Cite of villa. Couni) of Wa-liinton and Slate of alls slsslppi, Niaih Cowaa, who having been by me duly sworn Bays that Ibe foregoing names were written by the parlies themselves or by bim with tbe consent of said parties and In their pi-mem BlJAU COWAN. Sworn to and lubfeflbetl before bib this 18th day of February, lot, J. ALEXANDER, Kotsir PnbUt. NNOTJN CEMENTS. iob Ht:stirr. TO TIlFptJElJC. ' os mt by tciti.V tf ei;d? ai'.d voter of the j cuRtv. 1 bereDv trnouuee oiiwi - i.Ti.r- tiLW i) niHiti of Sherifl o: rtiiuiu - - " - tt ihingtoB eoui-ry ; subject to the rai niest :ou ot the Lh-ioeraiic party. 3101 re-pwciiuuy, NAt&AJi GOLDSTEIN- W are author iei to nnounee TtliiMAS WOKTHIXGTOX as a candidate for Sheriff of W '.:iirijjton couiitv ; subjeet lo the action of the Dem ocratic partv. Section November. We are authorized to announce .1 M Uil Tt.OMK.KY u aeandidate for Sheritrof W ashiogton county: election. November 15. Sub ject to the actia of the jjeinocratie party. We are authorizJ to annonnce JUllSi. trmu ... n .1; a r... ChAritV nt Wraahinr. uscaauiuuo iv, . " v ton county, subject to the action of the lemociatie party. Election November lblli. We are authorized to announce J. li HKBRO.N as a candidate fur Sheriff of W abiagton county ; election. November lisai. bub- teet to tne action ci tne I'emocrauc party. rom tiit enif i.tnu. We are authorized to announce VKVHK-HliK MtTPAIfE as a candidate for Chancery Clerk of Washington county at the aovemoer, l-i'.i.V ele.-tinn- mtiiect to the action ot the Democratic nartr We are authorized to announce T. H. HOOD as a candidate for Chancery Clerk of Washington countv. Subject to the action of the Democratic party. Elec tion November, 18U3. We are authorizd to announce C. M JOHNSON ss a candidate for re-election to the office of Chancery Clerk of Washington County: subject to tht action ot the Iteuiocratic party. Election November, isuo. We are authorized to annonniie JOS A. SHALL as a candidate for Cbadcery Clerk of Washington county: subject to the ac tlon 1 1 the Dem-tratie party. Election November, two. roR tn.tiir ii.kkk. We are author zed to announce w. K GILD AIM' at a candidate for re-election to the oltice of Circuit Clerk el Washington County; subject to the action of the Democratic party. Election November, isiia. FOB TKKANt'RKR, We are atithoriziHl to announce A. It. NANCE, at a candidate tvt Treasurer of Wash Ington county; election In November 1SD., subject to the action of tbe Dem ocratic party. I beg leave to announce mvself a can. dldate for the p. sition of Treasurer ot Washington County, subject to the ac tion ef Dernocraiie County Convention. t V V f Jr., . , ..... niiiE, in aniaivu We are authored to announce HAKVtY MILLER as a candidate for the otllce ot Treasurer of w ashington ntntv at the November ISOJ. election: subject to tbe action of me uemocratic jiarty. SALE OF DELINQUENT LANDS FOR TAXES. C'iSTISIEP. T7iwi, of BOiXAXUAli. M uni. Grvaat: all. lirti Brv.uif: " - K B l-arker: He ferf A A u-bi- Jiiia ieet A A t... ail Liuie Vet; all Lull W all Luie We-, ail : at W iiinkia t-k i llollandale . . . TOWSOFOLLN ALLIM rrank MeLaudoa: tibaileet AkMcJh; all W 17 . . 17 1 4 4 4 SI a as ill 30 m 4") 44 3U M 30 i a 1 4 i M is ii :s J3 a JNO, . t i i 1 40 i e a i 44 a 3e L. GUIFFIN. Sheriff aad Tai Colleet, WaaluiuitOB County, Musis, m as m 6 at at H 110 M J ins' iiiii c The Most Prolific Cotton Known.. 1,250 POUNDS SEED COTTON YIELDS 500 POUNDS LINT, ADDRESS JOS. HAEER St GO Glen Allan, oit i Mis ABE BLUM. Greenville, : : " VIiss J. D. SM1TU, President LYNE STARUXO, Secretary. W. T. ROSl Trssnn rn-rn?- B. Jl J-JU - STARLING & m COMPANY, Cotton Factors, WHOLESALE GROCEll! Commission and General Merchants, i D1UKCTOHM. JNO. Ii. BA1III). J.CGnEEMiEY. JOSHUA 6K1NNEK. O. D. CHITTENDEN. LYXE STARLINti. leuoy m: J. D. SMITE THE STEW- TUB du n riiuun. Friday lli0 22 tJ being the birthday Of Washiuiftou, was celebrated appro priately aud vi ry originally by tbe pupils uf Public School N. 1. The hall was docomod gaily wlih bunting mingled wlih the colors of the school and many exi.inplta of art work, drawing from nature aud ornamental deelicun, (Iji mai v cases admirably well dom ) by the el- ses under the direc tion of Miss Slei ii. Above llioplatfnrm was a lanre pic tere of the Fa hnr of bis Country, draped wlih nVs. The platform was arraugeu wnu mucti taste and Ingenu. Ity to represei t a Colonial kitchen, with wide brick fire-place, coutaininir mo bciiiu uuug ig ou tno crane, aud the logs of wor J on btinre old rah. loncd andirou- Strings ef berts, peppers and i uloui decorated the kltches), aud "He old Queen's arm" uiuijj aoovi mi inauteipioce. Amoug the furniture wm a quaint old rockma vi,.., lam iu ums uecn iu use a bun. dred years aaro. A baud of lovely maideun, arrayed In Colonial drees were grouped about iu un-i'isce, oc ng aMemuioa for the purposa ot re: rescutiuj a working iu jo umun unie. t,sch in turu rcau a sun paper rlekci ipiirei oi events in Wanlii giou's life er personal eliaiac ciis!ics,B-n;r which ibr-v loll to wnu a wiii, Mid to the iiisiiirimr strains ol nuk -e Doodle nisdo the Kitciieu lainy unra with mdustry. Home churund. some rar.Urt some kmaded i..ugb, others knitted! spun, cnoppeu tnluoetnt, baked and brewed aud sc tired. It w done with grtat spirt: aud lidulily to nature aud wm a cnpit..i picture. Tbo colonial ii tida were Misses Allee Duuu, Dora Aiken, Estello Schilling Katie Ireys, 11 ttie Yerger, Mabel Smlib and Lula Yuger. Tbe occasion being aUo nrbor day two floe young oak tres were pro-' duced aud deaic Ucd, while the rchool ssng "WoiMlm n, upare that tree" and "Tbe Oid Oxkmi rtur-b, ii Bettie Duun in .1 Harris tiny, being epousore for ih- trees uamed Uirtu Oliver WoimKll tl'ilinei aud William Ewart Gladstone. The ejcerclhes luterspursed wi.h uatioual songs, re. niarkably well -uu hv ih o,tu sch.d, and spec; tors aud pnrticipants wi-ro uciiKuieu nm tne uniqno aud chariiiinc exhibition, it week of note ii. the school, Monday being partly devoted to a celebration of the hundrifltli anniversary of George Peabod)' birth, aud the rest of Ihe week being occupied by class exaRiinatious wntcli Principal llass de dares to be the most creditable ever held la the history of tbe school, HIS iKlige Sin 227 Washington Avenue. - GREENVILLE, fC MOSE GOLDSMITH. Manager. VAn loon nnlxt hft haof Uiirao I inssnaao "ftfc Plnd Jup: Trade a Specialty. Fre Lunch Daily, from 11 n. m. to 2 p.; Oldest in the Delta ' ' ' I'l -BBBBBBBBWaBlBBBBW----. Both the House and the Liquors i THEO. POHL Out Age all Competitor Wholesale department stocked with the hst all brands of Liquor and Tobacoc. CALIFORNIA WINE SO CHEAP THAT ALL CAN AFFORD THE PIE BEfE Washington Avenue, GIIEENVILLE, MISS. j Sole Agent for Christian Moerlien Brewing Comps. CINCINNATI, OHIO. j KeepYofpnl Whetl Old Killff (Vitlnn pntl Ik. l.1 r i. . .....J ,, n 7, . . . k"iuh rauom irmu uis uouuieui"-, OI traanrps this Ira I .1n..r. . ...11 n . . . . . I Furniture, House Furnishing Good? Wall Paper, StovetX ,. ia aaaieil M,ia Stre.t, OreenTllla. Miss tiny your Hotisriiniii n at hnm. ...i ik n u'.euyine. neep ynur money in cir- at home, and the silver aud gold will return to yourpocketbooka many fold, ', Sec'y snoV 8. 8. Brows, President. M. M. Jonm, Vice-President. C. B, Hym vb j Asvai. utv j - - R. It, Sfkkd, Gen'l Manf Pittsburg (Ooa! So-- TATTUT v ovnn a. auuUGGS, Manager. COAL AND WOOD, uuu nusourg Coal, the best in the mart rr. KJWAinuuuis, jxauroaas, ,r Machinists and Families, umce near Foot of Main Street. UKEENVILLE, MISS.