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NOVEMBER 6, 1895 isiwuwiE. r'Sioif the weather .Inc. tli lb lon period of im. Jl!n killing weal her. There ".S of frost, but not ,"riir o .mlrdy kill yfiSJ veg.l.tio.. A ! .Mtheri threatened L trfflOin'er, 73 46 0 Tribal basmoved into the osWa.blngiouAveau.. .ercbmtt ell "J " Monday finest day than Saturday. aTo rent Piano t " fare take"- Ltalf, brother have opened ike bear aim uo' ghlloh't Cur .iiMiy Cniil!liTerwon broke , Mouday, probbiy from big it ha. mnvfiil llltft IJOM n"J u ---- jiooe new resiusnco rrwiuj U(rom B.Wolf. fcit Worth KnOwTOn- pitoly i i. rniy. L...ilnmi of ths haudsome , . .. o Mr. end Mr, u. r. stew lild, tud ib building is pro ruidlr auder Ibe ikillful di- kfcV.W.H. Neal. 4 II1CV SI in gold. L. P. Laurent steak is worth its iljlhal kind. .ki. I.U tA Hnlland 1J Bit ItWJin ' ' AWttcnbroek bad (he honor mild lo it youtnrui eover wiih.hiiliin IIa describe ptttt,, simple, end unaffected itioMlii manner, out iree trom idoaiiieM or assumption. A't Clover Boot Tea tun for Headiche tad nerrout dlt uninlWTMM quleklj. for sale lirdtr night, at about mid- In destroyed tbe Cottage honae near the O. P. depot, mtw old Shield residence, W oen burnt by Mrs. J. R. L.j i - i . ... i It wtimsted at about $3000. m f 1750. Active effort caved ponding properly from lie- )elm Ilexter will oumore goods tor money than any ) in the Delta. , K0T1U. Iiitncuon In Tlolln. Molts Scbeok, of St.Loul of ftlcei to the people of Green- nctor iu Tioliu music, aud Ml work for all occaaloue. Balm ih & Webkr. St. Louie. Ulniieuon haa ODened with woftport. Game i plentl "Aj wild jreeae and duoki H their appearance In num- Monday the Drat hunting U winter, conalattng of Mea T Percy, Jfi. Hyeer, Ueorge f d Captain Martaio brought Mi frem Swan Lake, the ymt of the 8wan Lake pi, jtslmeal alwnvs htnr.i th jf- S. Inspector. I. P. 'Wtat is all lagged. 0. Pratt. A. V. Wa.blv R Fil W. Bodkitu aud Dave lipoed party or buuteri Pd In Greenville Sunday P their way to Moorhead ymu They eo under the WHr.W.A. ETermau aud M atilMed by Holt Collier, i-irDce enough that they p both deer aud bear. For Sal BerksMr Plga. b choice Milk Uowe ,J P. lao 60 Spring "Wat reaeonable figure. 'oiBiLvniirrKmAgt. a Wllcilnkl,MlMw Wiilgut at about 9 o'clock lJr brought halfthepopu C, Wreete aud for a time vHTl rol8ned, ,nal,y Per- Hu 109 COUtlBUOU f en engine thai one of DDM h In A mi. V.ufer' ,nb' stable 1 ri1ence. and tbe ""bat of the butldiuKit wikly euuaumed. lfeBust Mat C 4 Squares, WP,just received f'!b f"val ofdopart ( "'errice lu the Catholic irih ' tn'1 by tbe iNeS !'!d "PProprl.te Wl ,Wl,lch PoenlUrly Ct? gone au.1 80CIXTI ISJ rilSOUL i9u GrenVillyekrdy. Tuesday vwitor. " CaDUin WrM.t Mm ..... i from Glen MarV. "p ,l"'era&y MU Mamie Caaino 1. bow i;h Weia btraua 4 Co. Dr. Tomer, county health officer was in towu Monday. ' "r- febaukle wa iu town from Hol laudale on Monday. i'!;?t!lMjr eM""ta Monday to make fall purchase. Mr. Steve Jutinii n.; . .i. , .. hU family on Sunday. J. 8.Brannan,ofKeutucky 1 here looking after bi plantatioa. were in Oreenville on batuidar Mia. Clara Eckatone 1 with U. Schwab the grocer during :he busv eaon. ' Sol Cohu. of llinmlm.. i , , ' -'-""ii v.tin; U'JTU Sunday, and left Monday worutng f, Mis Mn W.lb. h. - . 1 ,.-.v us ruiurueu from very phasant vin to the A'- Miaa Delia I)v or vi..,. ...-.. . Iho charmiiiK gUe8t of Mi- Lillie au 1 Jennie Buctianan. Bernard Goldm.u, happy ud tniU intr, asain visited nr.i,uiii. ... - - uu day "to tee bl titter . Mr. J.M. Lawrence, of Moorhead, tpeut Sunday iu Greenville, n. porta butlnea firat data. Sam 1ulay Jr, entcrlaiuo.l hi. friend ou Friday eveniug laai tbe home of Dr. J. S. Walker. Sam Mayor celebrated hi twelfth birthday on Mouday by au .utertaiu. meut to bi yonug frtend. Mr. aud Mr. Edward Holland are now occupying their elegaut new borne on Outral Avenue. Judge Lougiuo left for Grwuwood ou Suuday, whore be ha several lin porlaut cast lu Chancery Court. Mr. AIIib. of Wmm'iIu..i.i. .i. formerly Mi Lily Kly, r tbi cniiiitV is me guest oi her auut, Mr. M. U Carsou. IIuD. Claude Piutard nassnd tlirnnirh Greenvill(lSuudy ou bit way toGreuu wood to sit as tpccial Judke in Chan eery Court. Mr. Eogcue Miller i viaiiiug her parent, Mr. aud Mrs. W. N. liooil a Magcuta, aud spout a few days wiih friend lu Greenvillo durug tbe week. f.AAfl Pfulfap AfttMitlrhtu.n J over Sunday on bl way to Memphis, hu iiaicu uit meoui a arag party MilJIAt Hnlllatnln 1 u'i,thol IIAw.n. and the two Jake constituted the' pany. Mrs. Lou Pnuce. who has bonn vitidug her reliillvet, tbe fanilllra of a. n a . ... Mr. i. r. luuicdlie, Mis. Uriiitinrl aud Mr. CbarleeSmlth, loft this wmk for visit to Mr. Sallle Lvlo. In Now Orleau. Mr. C. W. Dudley entertained a DartV Ot iruetl it dlmmr at hit hnma on Lake Washington ou Sunday. The company luciuueti Ueucrai r. u. Caicbiugs, and Mr. V. O. Willie of Vlckeburg, Mr. and Mr. Li-rny Percy, Mr. and Mr. Geo. 11. Al x- anaer, auu Major wm. Marling Oue of tbe niut enjoyable i-nicr-lalmucnts of Iho ii'on was kIvhii on Mouday rvt-niug by Mr. II. Scott and her lovely aughtcrs, iho compauy bo- luir antertatneil bv nrnvrMiv nun'- m. The prizea were won by Mr, iiorwln Mr. B. Eckstoue aud Mrs. Kossiualu, after which a haudsome luucheon was erved by oue of our local caterers. A company ot music lover assem bled on Tuesday evcuiug at the borne nf M1h T.liiftaniaiiit tn ttntnv ft volln recital by Prof. Nicholas Scheuk, assisted by Alls Lludomanu ou tha nlsun. aud a dillirhtful foast of melody was furnished by theso two artists lor tnoir nearers. airs. i. t. McCoy, Mr A. Blum, Misses Gnld Inln Hon A. Tiewftiitlml. and Messrs. S. C. Bull, N. Goldstein, Win. Starliug, Harry liaii, j. u. uowau, tvanaee Arnold aud Dr. Winchester computed the compauy. Mr. and Mr. Carnest Warfluld en tertained Mr. aud Mrs. Geo. Wheat Icy and Mr. aud Mrs. Joshua Skluunr very delightfully at tea ou Tuesday evening at thtlr beautiful home "Illgblaud." Tbe excellence of the delicaeie prepared waoupplemeuled by exquisite decoration of the flower for which the Highland garden are famous, and Ibe cordiality aud charm of tbe boat aud bostos recalled the hoapitality of Southern homes of the old regime. A Natural Beutifier. Karl' UlsTOT Root Ta panflm tbs blood nni glTM clou siid bssatiful eoroplsilon . For tale by B. D. rlalny. BUSINESS OF IMPORTANCE TO YOU, A.LSO TO MJE. Having in elock a complete Hue of i 1 1 . .i . Millinery, ures uoout, nuuuun, we invite yon to look at our goods before purchasing elsewbero, as it It ... nr. .u.i.iMtJ 10 your oenoui. no am (e show ynu a tine assortment of Trimmed Hat, aud also wllliug to trim anything lo order, having aa an assistant lu tbe Millinery Department one of the most experienced bands, who can alify any lady' wants. A haudsorao line of TOYS will ar rive next weex. M. II, MAYOR, 225 Washington Avenue. The Otto Rronte oompauy i woll deserving of (he enthusiastic patron age which it It receiving iu Greenville. It contain to "tick" actors, but each contribute hi and her full hare to ward Iho success of the play pre ....I .ni iha nlnaanra t fie riled their BUUlffll " " ' f ' - audionce. The ggregatlon I a far belter oue man tne uui uui...B .i.-i. m,.. ami their nreseut visit to Greeuvillo is as satisfactory to the public a their return lu iuture win ue welcome. It Bavee Lives Every Day. ThonsDde of eeet of Cotunmptlos, Attbm, Coighi, Wlds tnd Croup sm cr Vf.7.T brSliiloh'storo. roreloby. U. fi'T- Roast Beef is not good unless tt is the proper kind of meal. L. r. Laurtnl sells only the proper kind H0TICI. ii i . A..mh1r Ttmll Club will meet at City Hall on Wednesday, Nevember 6, at 8 o'clock, to elect officer for the ensuing year. All member and other taking luterest in tbe Club are nrgeutiy requosie.i u prestuU D. J. Davis, rrldent. RE M OVAL From 209 Main Street to 209 Wash- lngtoxi Avonuo, nest door to xaz . i STAR SHOE STORE. Watch for advertisement next week. Mrs. N. ROSENTHAL. Cotton. Grain ani Pronsi.ui Martet rt'RNISHBD BY THK rilt Grocery Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS. lww,. UT'". ' . Not S, 16. laoi.letfo futuna nngti u follow OpB. I 111,,!,. La. OM. I"f net. cm. lot. w iu.iT- r Notmibor ... w w S7 J-sl 5S oiiibr ... j-4 in 1-4 v, n c&y- " SoTtiiibor.... 'TKi '?- "'-!' 'm l oeomlwr... K4-S K7- 5-e, r, J- t- 3-S M tt W NoTombor ... Is M ltl-J lsi-j' l-s liocaoiber .. WW is 5- l ., m j- l-t JSS-4 1-S SSt-4 i.)ombor .. s ) M a .')! s.91) Jaaswr .ao 1 3ui t JO Law Noiibr. . . SJ7 sat j.s; 5 nil Jsaaary j.j; j.j; .ju Riaa Monmtwr . . 4.M 4 Mi 4 .10 4 M Jlnuarj 4 ra 4 M 4 M 4 So Ts-daif's C'ottoa guolttiaaa: t:Ju m. Jaa. 1' rbT ' Ueo Ja. JTeb. March Uwryool 4 40 41 4 to 4 4,1 lim. I Jan. Hay Nw vr ,.s;' iM " Nowj'rloaiu g a, lo al raica i.ut. ThtM urli'ea aro rsTiua uml.nwi ! aro fo? cub r. O. B. ean. No ebtrgo lot 1. X, RllM I. . rimes Bacon Harnt. Urd Patent rloiif Hollar Kl.or Bafalnir, i lb Hamiiaa. i lb Tit ... S 1-S None ... Nona lu I-S s.1 mi 13-11 7-S m Company, Attention ! Carry arms, forward march to Sol Brill's ami unload for something in his line. His stock of Clothing. Furnishing ijrooas, Hats, Doots and Shoes 19 the peer of any in the South. His all wool Suits from $7.50 to $15.00 are daisies. Large lino of Underwear at almost any price. Latest Fall styles of Dunlap and Stetson's ifats. Complete lino of Boots and Shoes. Boys' and Children's Suits and Knee Tants in abun dance and at prices never heard of before. See Brill for anything in his line. Mr. Chas F. Muller, tbe artistic win dow dresser ol the Starling & Smith Co. , was awarded a gold medal pre sented by tho Chicago School of Win dow Dressing, for the bet dry goods deslgu, Success awaits Mr. Muller In bis poculiar art, aud bi friend will watch bl future with Interest. Ill artistic ideas have for some time past attracted attention to tho windowa of tbe Starling & Smith store, and l lief r orlgnallty and beauty shows their author to he posoensmt of no ordinary Ulctit iu this linn. Kansas City meals are Vie best. L. P. Laurent sells them. IT MAKEST BUSINESS BOOM Such bright, crltp weather at we aro uow having. Sett you thinking and looking. Tbat't all we ask. Thore t no question whore tho buying will be done ouce you think aud look. If you are wanting the BEST lu CLOTHING, UNDKUWEAK, HO SIERY, HATS and NECKWEAR the looking with atop with us. Mouev back If you waul It. WARNER & SEARLES CO., Yicksbnig, Mis. Mr. Wm. Griffin assumed control of tbe ShcrifT office ouMoaday,the4lb, to fill the unexpired term of his broth er, Ibe late Johu L. Griffin. Free! Free! Free I .. . ... .1 . . r'. I - tl V V tnm wrnea.Vi neiwdvu.iwji amptilt on 'roorHnllonal Foea" aad tmpl ot their celebrated Knrl'e UoTtr Hoot Te. lorsaie dj a. o. s iw. Tim iipamnr Joe l'cters sunk Mon day- night when about twenty-five miles out of Memphis, iso lives wore lost. For the Cheapest Fur niture and the Latest Novelties $o to Wilhelm Eexter's, near Post Office. Send your orders for job printing to the Greknvillb Times if you want good work at the lowest price. Four Big Suooessea. Having the needed merit to more than mane good all the advertising claimed for them, the following four remedies have reached a phenomenal sale. Dr. Kine's New Discovery, for consumption CoiiKhs and Colds, each bottle guaran-teed-Klectrlo Bitters, the great remedy tor Liver, Stomach and Kidneys. Buck len's Arnica Salve, the best In the world and Or. King's New Life Pills, which ft nill. All theso remedies hire euaranteed to do just what Is claim- I . -n ., . i .1.- .i.alafl. whna noma ed ror mem wu mo - " Is attached herewun win ne w " tn?, more of them. Sold at Clark' Drug Wtore. For Coal and Wood send your orders to J. F,I)E Office and yard, corner of Harvey and Alexander Streets. tatu.in Bell's Photogrape $2.00 per. dog. LXMSNSI. WHELM Ik HEXTER DEALERS IN PINE AND ARTISTIC FURNITURE, Carpets, Hugs and Matting, . Springs. Mattresses and Pillows. Shades. Wall Paper, Etc. I3T OXJK STOKE, : Main Street, under Opera House, G-roenTrlll, - Ivdllss- THI RITKK. Below low watermark Sunday, Nov. S 8 a. m. 2 08 Monday, "4 2.15 Tuesday, "6 14 2.2S Wednesday, " t 8.00 ANHaiNlEMENT. In response to the solicitation of my friends, 1 herewith announce myaell a candidate for Mayor of the City of Greenville, Miss., at the ensuing munic ipal election to be held In December, A. C. HICKMAN. Hypatlas. Tbe society met on Saturday at the home of Mr. Jas. Robertshaw, aud excellent paper were read on the following tubjoctt: Gladstone, writer aud politician, Mi. Somervllle. Bismatk, Mrs. Grecu!oy. Anglomania, Mrs. Ever man. Tho Progress of Ecomoolc Thought, Mrs. Nance. Our Diplo matic Relation Abroad, Mr Dunn. The society is fully organized for Winter work, aud I entering upon it new teason with much eulbusiasm. I be meeting will take place regular ly at the home of Mr. Robertshaw during tbo mouth of November. v.e.viaaaa. LiaoT r. riaut All Reoommond It. Ak your MhvelclHii, your drogiriit and your rrionde about Mhlloh'e Cure for l.onsumiilloa. 1 hey will reooDiiuend It. Vr sale by Ii. 1). Klnlay. NEWSHOES. Men's, Boy's, Ladie's, Misses' and Children's fin? shoes at 220 Main street. The ingenious tove pipe elbow, patented by Col. I. A.Newman, wblcb admita of the pipe betug thoroughly cleaued without belug removed from potitlou, and which ha now been working tailtfnclorily lu the Timrs oilier for soma time, is rspldly rising iu public f ivor. It Im only to ho seen to be understood ami scl's at sight. Mr. Ncwmnti is In daily recalp'. of letter concerning tbe Invention, and making propositions for agencies. As yet he hasesinblitthed but two or three, but the Invention I one which will proba bly bo lu geuornl use iu a fow year. YouiTim. I am prepared to ht them with Spectacle or Eye Glasses as perfectly as It ran bo done auywbcre, aud at LITTLE COST. SATISFACTION OR NO CHARGE I have been doing this for 20 year. Wallace Arnold, Jeweler. On Thuraday evoutug, November 7tb, Ibe ladle of the Methodist church will entertain tholr friends at a sumpt uous suppor to be given lu tbe vacant store near the Post Office, for the bene Ht of their church. This entertain ment has been lu preparation for amnelime, and no paius will be .pared to make It an elegaut and most enjoy able affair. Tho supper will consist of oysters, turkey veuison, salads, and all tbe delicacies wblcb the most skillful botiMiwives of Greenville excel in making. A delightful affair is promised, aud patrons of the sup per may be assured that every pleas ure afforded by such au occasion awaits thorn. The Tile of Women. Conntlpation cantos more than half tbe tile Of women. Karl's Clover Root Tea ts a pleaaant cure for tontlipailon. ForealebyB. D. Flnlay. NOTICE T3 TAX PATE2S. The tax payors of Washington coun ty, Mississippi, aro hereby notified that the State, Conuty and Levee taxes tor tho fiscal year 1895 are now due aud payable at my office iu Iho Court House. The following Is a siatemotit of said taxes ou the dollar' valualiou of proporty: State. ..., mill General County, 6 Lereo Construction, 5 " Total. - 15 -In addition to tbe above there is a 6 ccut per acre Levee Tax. Tax payers are further uotiQed that taxes nupaid ou tbe 15th of December will be delluqueut and additional coat aud damage accrue upon same. JNO.L GRIFFIN, Sheriff and Tax Collector. YERGER & PERCY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Greenville, Miaa. I. . rnonua. wn. onma. Coantr AUornay. THOMAS ic ORirriN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 1 dice iu Wlloiiuskl Block. W own the only Abstract or Title te the land of Washington county and the City of Greenville. Loan negotiated to be teenred by first mortgage ou plantation and farms. W. J. TRIGG, Ix-Cbuucoltor of tho 7th Dletrlet, Attorney and Counselor at Law GREENVILLE, MISS, Will practice in the State and Fed eral Court of Mississippi. Dr. J. D. Smythe, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office over Brill' store, Corner of Washington Ave. and Puplnr Bl. D. J. DA VIS, OfciTVTIHT, (illKEN VILLE, . MISS Omoo uD-otelra la Welnberf Bnltdllf . L. A. WITNEY, DENTIST. Has opened a fully equipped office In the Wllc.lnskl Building, Room 3. where he 1 prepared to do all kind of Dental work: crown, bridge and plate work included. ESTABLISHED 1868. M. YAGEK, The old and Reliable Biikerj ueaier in Family and Fancy GROCERIES Confeotionaries, etc. FRESH BREAD, CAE, etc: Constantly on haDd. Good dolivored at allhoursof the da) Fresh Bread deliveaed al rest dences every evening. Thanking my patron and the publie generally for past patronage, I respect ully, request a eontinuanoe ofthe tame Loop Lowy, PRODUCE AND issi total DEALEE IN Stanle aod Fancy Groceries. 24 Walnut Street. ClIU Send your orders to J. EDE for COAL and WOOD. The Galloway Coal is the best Ala bama Coal on the mar ket I keep it on hand. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed E. H. Writ, Jb , at the Depot Hotel Saloon, at the Y. A M. V. R. K. depot. Is the place to bny your bottle of cock tail and have your jug filled before leav liv for vonr plantation home. au4 HEN BY T. IEEY3, Ja. A LIT. ED II. tl: Gnl line Mi 211 Main Street, GREENVILLE, U We represent none but reliable companies, and solicit a share of your business. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY HEATING STOVES A full line just arrived. ft ffdkr te wn l DEALERS IN Paints, Oils and T7agon Ilr.tcril. Agent for tbe Celebrated Charter Oak Stoves and Ranges and Grand Superb Stovea. J. 8. WALKER, President. & C LAKE, Cashier. nils ml fillers 11 Greenville. Miss. .1 Collections and Correspondence Solicited kVAll correspondence answered ana remittances made on day received. Interest Paid on Time Depcdto. Foreign Exchange on all Civilized Countries., NEW YORK CORRESPONDENT: NATIONAL PAEK BAJSTK. Planters Cotton Seefl anfl Cnislims.AEiD'D GREENVILLE, MISS. J A. E. NEQUS, Fres't. A. BLI7H, Vlee-FTCS'l. JA. BOBERMBAW, TV. Q. B. ALEXANDER GodotH aUnafor. BINST CUTTHOKM, aaorotary. The Planters Oil NOW READY TO RECEIVE Z2ZD, and always pay the highest market pricq. Save your com and buy Cottsn Seed Meal to feed your stock. It is cheaper and more nutrilow. Planter are cordially invited to call and Inspect our Mill building, machinery and convenience, and learn our plan of management and operation. H. 8. Brown, President. M. M. Jonbs, Vice-President. C. B. Kvak, Boc'y and Treat. E. R, Brcap, Geo 'I Manager.. JOHN B. SCIlUOOa Hanc:r. COAL AND WOOD First Fool Pittsburg Coal, the best in the market, supplied to Steamboats, Railroads, Machinists and Families. Office near Foot of Main Street, GREENVILLE. MTS8. J AS. B. NKODS, PretlUent. A. B. WAHCK, AttlftaatCaehter FUST MTlAL BAM. eBKBHVI' LB, MISSISSIPPI. Capital, $100 OOu. Surplus $20 098 ouicTeas JOH5 FfAHWAT, H. T. X8IOEB, T. B. COWAR, B. W. BULL ATS, t. M JATKB, H. O. WATSON. JAMBS B. BBflUS. We solicit the account of Individa als, Corporation and Buines Firm The double liability of shareholder! of National Bank furnishes almost absolute security to depositors. We give most careful attention to the interests of onr customers In all mattors intrusted to u. We are prepared to give liberal accommodation in the way of loan e customer whose average balances Justify it. We Issue Time Certificate of D posit bearing interest. DEALERS IN ZDX3T G-odj3 FINE DRESS GOODS, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Notions, Cloaks, Ladies Undcrtrcr, Hose. Silk Ernbrcii:ri:a, AUias, lite. 300 Washington Avenue, . GREENVILLE, MISS. D. C. MONTGOMERY, M. D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON, GRiiirviixa, Mm. Office ever A. B. Flnlay A Co.'s'Dms; Store. BOTTLERS OF W. II. McBrayeb, Old Oscar PbPPEB' Bond St Lillard, O. F. 0 TAYLOR, GuckenheimcrRye FIuo Old Bourbon, and olhorStandard Brands. Also a full line of Holland Gin, Apple and Peach Braudy, Jamaica Rum, California Sherry California Claret California Port aud Cognao BRANDY. T. ISENBERG, WHOLI9ALI AND RETAIL DEALER IM LIQUORS, WINES, ALE and PORTER, CIGARETTES, CIGARS AMD TOBACCOS, AGENT FUR AieBailMnerteiiEoiBssi. Express or Mail Orders for Jugs or Case Goods Promptly attended to. Quality Guaranteed according to Irlce. 30-3. Walnut Street, and 200, 202, 20 and 206 Malu Street, U-JiiilliiN V UUlultj, - LUGO. AoBxtvj Fob Tb American Tobaort Compauy. DUKE. Sweet Caperal aed OLD DOMDflCN CIGARETTX3. Also YALE, Til RES KINGS, Deport Huh, LAFAYETTE, PICKING, OLD JUDGE, AND Richmond Gem SMOXTCSr .