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ENVILLE n VOL. XXVIII. GUKENVILLE, WASHINGTON COUNTY, MISS., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1895. NO. 33. RE I liV jL&lkjo rrr"- "hH rr1r SIX MOUTHS, ti.CJ. Mttf , tQf m THUi rut H i ft KM torn wi rk: Tl m Wit 3 1L CONVENTION til ...if American Federation of La ta to New York City. ;;3S AT MADISOU SQUARE GARDEN. Willi is' Uufat Representatives ' the 0'" United Sum Among Those ' ia Atwndanes. J ussul -"V wax (i Yow. Oeo. 9. Tits convention i American Federation of Labor KjiwutJ at Madison Square frarden. lrtJert from all over the coun , iW na tireat Hritaiil ar pres , to lead their prestige to the tmpor igf th convention as an assem the leading representatives of , orriniinl working class of the jfi States. The greatest Interest U Jt displayed in the election of of rrytnd the friends of the candidate irtirrly canvassing the votes. Mi Out, ""WW, 1 lot Im th !t," wsjtaa, sid (Jumpers, ex-presuient 01 tnc jrrttioa, i sure to be a can JUhite fof (jfict again. Interest also centers jf proposition to remove the head ers from Indianapolis, tte eoarention will remain tn aes . (or dot than a week. Many lm rtut question will come np for de fend action. Among the matter ibewnsidered is the subject of a gen ii Movement for the eight-hour urkJiToa May l, If'.!. Wednesday miing there will lie a grand ball and raws of all the labor leaden at !ije So,nare garden. Invitations ibeennt to men of prominence irtrljr all walks of life. Tta convention opi'iicd tn the assem ruoma of Madison Square garden inly after 10 a. m. The hall was (Iwntely decorated with bunting A dreamers and banners of various hur orfanlitlons were also hung on the wall. U this is the first time In twelve n that the federation has met In city the convention has Kited exceptional local Interest, ii the assembly rooms anil sridor were crowded aomo time ifore the proceedings began. John Bride, president of tho fedcra m, caviled the convention to order, idiatrodueed J. W. Sullivan, of this t?, who delivered the address of wct- 04 ' ftwident McBrldo responded in ep Tprtate terms. UNREPENTANT. Mantling Curses an Adrjr Hirwarit J Us t'onilemned Mardrmr. Mummus, Minn., Dec. It. "May dearie of Clod fall on you and yours, rfillow me, from tho minute I drop us the scaffold, to haunt you day and At until your death. Then I will 'Iwmeyoaonthobrinkof hell with A hot Irons." Tawe wero tho farewell words of -rry Hayward, who is to be hanged ;tnelay, to his brother Adry Stin-'J- He hurled them at the latter as descended the stairs leading from k tier in which the prisor.cr was con Und passed through tlie Iron dour ly to the outer olllce. m their last meeting on earth, wch the murderer intended it I THE WAR IN CUBA. Istee Advanrlnc I'pon Santa Clara! Oomei Keeping the Field. "whid, Dec. 0.-A dispatch from not says that tho rebel general, is advancing upon tho town of "taClaru.whllethe Insurgent leader, ", ia keeping the field between ttownandMantanzas. The dispatch "ya that the party of sixty fili wer who landed on the island a t time ago under the leadership of Uao have abandoned thctr camp and WiraedtoKey West, Fla., leaving a (wntlty of ammunition and a number .""aporUnt documents. J AN INFORMER'S END. .'wad Dmd In a Well with IlUdrno. of 1 Fool 1'lay. Jl(fT,CB'o, tla., Deo. 9.-Thcrc is J"t ejdteuicnt here over tho discov fTof the tiody of James Smith, a wcll 'H white man, in a well, and un atakable evidence of murder. Smith as a apecial deputy with the gov "ent revenue men, and was what is as an informer. JwllMtlon Accepted and Docorateil. S'W'l)e!- D-The PmtK'ror has ac the resignation of llcrr Von Hor, Prussian minister of the la r, who will bo succeeded in office '""'on Von der Heche Von dcr Ilorst. lent of the provinefi of Onsseidorf. '""Koeller has been decorated fedEag1lnsignia of thc0n,cr,' th0 "al Bank Dlrlilenfl. Dccl ared. W of the 'ends currency has declared divi- t!' divi(,cn(ii 10 per cent., the 'coma national t ioiiowa: vnun ui J. f 1 1 ic, thi t na" 10 P" cent-, the Met Hon"' national bnnk of Great Fulls' ut . ".' ui ine e itrin jrun-i s""'f Dee. 9.-Mr. John E. Ked of a,' ,AeT o tho Parnellito faction ft I ntlonal Prty parlia rm,n. ellverel speech in Navan, Nlth, In which he urged the j.i. fnanU to demand from Mr. n. a rthy' tIie ,eader of tbP fthyite wing, an accounting of m pri fund. lcWTM America In Pari.. Wnk"' Dco --I;ed Monroe, the "'iel1 known tn the Amcr ' Sl y ' here- committed sui S, , evening in hia room at Avenue des Champs Elyseea by , The news of his eatl W werctuutll Sunday, ,OTI1ERoiici). brge 11. Uker. an aged" eltien of ' L'ls' nropped dead in St George church in that city Sunday A new Methodist (M0.000churvhediace "-aucmcaHn at Oalesburg, 111., Sun dap, Rev. Dr. lilodgett presiding. liernard Winklejohn, aged ft) years, a farmer who lived 1 mil. southeast of Huey, 111., died suddenly Sunday". Mob Fitasimmona now declines to fight Peter Staher" unlesa the purse U made 120,000, with a i,0oo side stake. Oliver Tarbet, son of ex-Mayor Tar- ei 01 lirazil, Ind., was terribly man- giea oy a gaa explosion at Terre Haute. Janies rubeei Wanted" lii Jackson county, 0., for a murder' committed four years ago, was arrested at Alma, the five-story building ai S.V) and iii Madison street, Chicago, waa destroyed by fire Sunday. The losa U about Jioo 000. E. H. Cress, supposed to be from Rushvtlle, tn Missouri or Nebraska, was found dead in an Atlanta (tla ) hotel. Ueorge Morgan was coUvlcled of the murder of io-yeaf-old Ida (iasklll at Omaha, Neb., and aentenced to be hanged. At Dora, Mo., Oeorge Fischer wan killed by the accidental discharge of nis vt incnester, which he waa cleaning at the time. The Texas Coast Canal Co.. just In corporated, proposes to construct an Inland water course from Galveston to the Rio Grande. Seven Apaches, believed to have been those who murdered a man and woman near Solomonvillo, Aria., have been captured by troops. Mrs. Carrie lirown, a handsome and apparently wealthy woman of Keokuk, la., killed herself In a Hcatrlee (Neb.) hotel Sunday night. John Harris, once a proof-reader In the state printing oftlce at Topeka, Kas., was murdered In Emporia, Kas., supposably by tramps. Mile. YvettcUuilbert, the gay Parisian concert singer, hns reached these shores. She was a passenger on tho Etruria, which arrived Sunday. The powers have instructed their am bassadors at Constantinople to renew their demands for gunrdshlpi, but the aultan has not responded. Reports from western Kansas say that tho new wheat crop gives fine promise, conditions during the winter and spring continuing favorable. llerr Ahlwardt, the German Jew baiter, Is In danger of coming in con tact with overripe hen fruit if ho un dertakes to lecture In New York. Hy the election of Anthony J. Car roll to the legislature In Louisville, Ky., Saturday, the general assembly has been made a tie on Joint ballot. In Delta county, Tex., Walter Ken nedy, 17 years of Bgo, killed Amos Wright, who killed Kennedy's father eleven years ago. The boy hail sworn to avenge his father's death. Rumor has it that ex-l'rcsident Itur rlson Is to marry Mrs. Dlinmlck, a niece of tho late Mrs. Harrison, who was a conspicuous figure at tho White House during the Uarrison adminis tration. The house programme at Washington this week Is not very promising. Vn til the committees are appointed the machinery oi the house ts blocked, and nothing can be done save by unanimona consent. CAME FOR HIS BRIDE. llerr Tsui Ton ttnntnrd Comes From Her man? Marry a Klrh Amerlran Ulrl. St. Loris, Dec. 0. Herr Tanl Von Gontard, accompanied by his brother Capt. Huns Von Gontard, of the Ger man army, arrived tn New York on the Spree and are now sojourning in St. I,ouls, where tho former, on Monday next, will wed Miss Clara Hazel Ilusch. daughter of the millionaire brewer. Adolphus Ilusch, llerr Taul is the lead ing citizen of tho town of llagen. and Is secretary of the Funcke-IIuecke Iron foundry, which Is one of the largest concerns of the kind In the world. The Kvlilenllj Want the Bond. AVahiiinotos. Doc. !. A special dis patch from Harrisonburg. Va., says that Pendleton county. W. Va., has voted, by a large majority. J.W.OOO In bonds to secure the Chesapeake Western railroad. 1-ocnl people added to tills a half interest In 40.000 acres of mineral laud and full right of way. A Very Comfortable rrollt. Washington. Dec. 9. -Charles Dlclt, chairman of the Ohio republican com mttteo, says that Senator John Sher man's book has reached a subscription sale of 127,000 copies. Sherman get one dollar on every book; so that he has turned a neat profit Minnesota Hesdqoarters In Wlilnf ton. Washixotos, Dec. . The Minne sota delegation has inaugurated a de parture from custom by establishing themselves in permanent headquarters at 1407 V street, where they will always be accessible to visitors. Kplitemle of Brostl Pox. Ci.kvki.ASD, O., Dec. 9. -Special d's patches to the Press say that tho small pox epidemic has broken out along the Ohio river. There are now fourteen cases at Bridgeport and four at Mar tin's ferry. Dentrortlve (lutes on the Itsll.o Co.Ha. Rom ft, Dec. 9.-Terri(io gales have prevailed throughout Italy and along the coasts within the last twenty-four hours. Twenty or more wrecks arc ro-..-..i various sesnorts in which there was great lossjjf life. aenstor Cameron Hot a Cndldst. for B. Kleotlon. rw.n o Senator Catn- W APHIS" l""' ,'vl" , . eron of Pennsylvania, has announced hat he will not be a candidate for re jection to the United States senate. Ten Tears for a Life. Ktwoon. Ind., Dec. .-Charlea Ste . ' trial for the murder of Jack Moore at Tipton last May, was jlvcfl ton years irsnii'utv. AMERICANS IN CHINA Succeed In Securing a Railroad (toncesaiftrl FBCy THE CELESTIAL GOVERNMENT. Kx-SicreUry fester, Calvin 8. Brisa, Whiteiaw Rid ,d Qlhet Capital. iat Anion! those Interested in the Venture. rHT Towxmxd, Wash., Dee. .-A concession from the Chinese govern ment tj buiUl a line df railroad fron. tidewater td Pekin has Wen obtained by a syndicate of American capitalhsta, The road will be about m miles ldttg, and will tap a valuable eo.1l miuing: district. The operation and construc tion of the road will be under the di rect patronage of the Chinese govern ment, but American capital and engineers are the principal factor in the scheme. Among the men of prominence said to be In the deal are Senator Calvin K. ltrice, of Ohio; Whiteiaw Keld, retary of State John W. Foster and others. The plan was originally conceived, it ts aaid, by ex-Collector of Customs A. W. Hash, of this city, who, while Mr. Foster waa acting as advisory counsel for the Chinese government In effect ing a treaty of peace with Japan, visited Pekin and laid the proposition before LI Hung Chang and a representative of the dowager empress. Hash at that time t acting in behalf of a railroad construc tion company of this state. In due time the Chinese authorities, upon the advice of Mr. Foster, considered the plans and later granted the concession. Having these concessions In proper shape.an adequate amount of capital is said to have been enlisted tn the east to carry out the enterprise. Hash is coming west now from New York and has engaged passage on the next steam ship bound for the orient. He will be accompanied by two railroad engi neers, who will view the proposed route and estimate the cost of construc tion. The line Is said to extend through a comparatively level plain, and the cost of building should not exceed 83.V per mile. In tho event of the prop osition maturing, the Chinese govern ment, by indorsing tho bonds, guar antees a stated annual Interest of twenty years. THE SANTA FE CASES, ftenrtnf on a Motion to DUmlra the Indlct- Birnta Postponed. . ..... Chicago, Dec. 0. In tho I'nited States district court, In' fore Judge Grosscup, tho motion made on behalf of John A. Henley, of the Santa Fc railroad, and Isaac Thompson, a ship per of Kansas City, to dismiss tho in dictments found against them In October, I8t, for violations of the Inter-state commcrco law, was called. These are known as the Santa Fe eases, and also Involve Joseph W. lihinehart, of that company, and Nelson Morris, the packer. In the absence of District Attornry lllack from the city, the court postponed hearing of the motion until hia return. MILLIONS FOR CUBA. An American Syndicate That Appears tc Have rlth In the ruture of t oho. Nkw York, Dec. .9. A syndicate oi American capitalists Is said to have been formed that will advanco Jl.",000, 000 for the purpose of purchasing war ships and munitions to aid the Cuban Insurgents in cnpturlng a seaport and prosecuting the war vigorously to a termination. The syndicate will ac cept $10,000,000 In bonds, secured by customs receipts on the recognition oi Cuban Independence by Spain. Z. T. LEWIS. A Sensational Story of Ills Forgeries Ex ploded. CixciNXATt. Dec. 9. The banks here have exploded the sensation about Z. Lewis, the bond forger, getting over $.'00,000 from this city, leaving forged bonds as collateral. They have run a clearinghouse on the case and find that Lewis got only $25,000 from Cincinnati $.1,000 from F. M. Hutton. a broker, and (0.000 fruin the German national bank. Would Not Accept llor Plea. Nkw Yobk, Dos. 0. Barbara Anh, Indicted for perjury in the notorious Lnngermann assault ease, pleaded guilty before Judge Cowing in the gen eral sessions. The Judge would not accept her plea, but assigned her a law yer, and remanded her until Friday next. A Pollreman Mortellj Wounded by a Hoy. St. Joski'ii. Mo., Dec. 9.-'.Villmm H. Franz, a policeman, was shot and mor tally wounded here Sunday tn L. Itfibowitz' pawn-shop by the pawn broker's 12-year-old son, Abe. while the boy's father and mother held Frnni on the floor. Franr. went to the pluce to recover a stolen watch. The New Prufulan Minister of the Interior. Hkiii.ix. Dec. 9. Haron Von Dcr Reckc Von Dcr Horst, the newly-appointed Prussian minister of the In terior, is new in politics, end ts not al lied with any party In particular. He has, however, proved his capacity as a purely administrative official. Reemcd Crew of thTlltiidi Ship Avoca. LoNlio.x. Dec. B. The captain and the other missing memliers of the crew of thcliritish ship Avoca. which waa burned ot sea in the early part of No- iiiin en vovBirc from Calcutta for Boulogne, have arrived at Anger. Java. Ixwt with Twenty-Seven of Her Crew. London, Dec. . A report has been received here that the Hrltlsh steamer Prineipia,Capt. Stannard.from Shields, via Dundee for New York, was lost at va and twcnty-aCTcn of htt rew drowned. HftY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Piras SeeaMt. Washisgtox. Dee. 9. A toiht rVenl tion, granting to Pennsylvania the" right to use, for five years, the I'nited r?rthouses at Scranton, Pa., and WUhamsjJtrtf P,, waa reported from the judiciary coiun?!tW. ami was passed. Mr. Cullom (rep.. 111.) gave notice that he would address the senate to morrow on the subject of the Monroe novtrid. Mr. Kerry (oVm., Ark.) Introduced a bill id fotni he Indian territorr Into the territory tli IridianvHai arid gave notice that he would1 the'rs'ftier id dress the senate on the subject. Among the numerous pension bills introduced and referred, was one by Mr, Voorhee (dem., Ind.) to pay a pen sion of l.sio a month to the widow of the late Secretary of State Oresham. A resolution catling on the president for copies of all correspondence tn the state department on the subject of the trial and imprisonment ot John W. Waller by the French authorities ai Madagascar, waa introduced by Mr. linker (rep., Kaa.), and was agreed to. Mr. Morgan (dem., Ala.) called up the resolution offered by him laa week on the subject of the llehring aea in deminlty elaima and proceeded to ad dress the senate, uoisi(. Mr. Hopkins (rep., III.) asked unan' Imous consent for the Immediate con aideratlon of, and the house passed a bill changing the collection limits of the port of Chicago so as to include the atateof Illinois. , Various executive documents. Includ ing annual reports of the attorney- general and the board of managers of soldiers' home were presented and re ferred. The consideration of a resolution calling on the secretary of state for the correspondence in the Waller case, and calling on the commissioner of pensions for the names of all pensioners drop ped from the pension rolls or reduced, met with objections. The house then, at 1:15, adjourned until to-morrow. THE NATIONAL COMMITTEE Of the Bepaullraos Conclude to Kxpedlle the Hearing of RUal Claimants for the National Convention. Washixhtox, Doc. 9. The three notable events connected with the meeting of the Republican national committee, which have developed are these: First Tho decision of Messrs. Carter and Manley, to hear the claims of the rival cities at once Instead of waiting until Wednesday as had been agreed upon. Second The combination of the Pittsburgh and San Francisco forces. Third Tho withdrawal of Salt Lake as an aspirant for convention honors. The decision to permit the several cities to present their claims was reached after a conference of the meinliers o( the executive committee. The amount of unfinished and new business which the full committee will be called upon to consider at this meeting Is so large that it Is deemed best to expedite the work as far as possiblo by commencing it at once. Mr. Manley explained to a United Press representative that all of the members of the committee are present in tho city and will attend the meeting cither In person or by proxy. If, when the committee waa called together, the cities competing for the convention desired to be iicrrd, the opportunity would bo afforded them. If they did not so desire, the executlvo committee would consume the remainder of the day, and nomina Hons would bo postponed until Tues day or ednesday, as might be deter mined later. BLOWN TO PIECES. A Beer Storage House at Anderson, Ind Demolished hy a Nstnral Gas Kiploslou. Axdersox, Ind., Deo. 9 John Kirk- ham's cold storage beer house waa blown to pieces at 9 a. m. by the ac cumulation of gas and the application of a match by Henry Garlebc, who went to the place to get beer for his many orders. He was blown across the street. The explosion was probably due to the natural gas pipes breaking during the night. Tho gas was com pact, as was evident by the force of the explosion. Gnrlebe's Injuries arc of a very serious nature. May Heroine a Ronnnia Qneen. Los Axoki.ks, Cal., Dec. 9. News comes from the Colorado rieacrt min ing camp of Picacho, near Yuma, that MaryThurman, the erratic daughter of ex-Senator Thurman, of Ohio, has made the richest strike known in any of tho desert camps for years. She was prospecting In the hills and found a vein that promises to make her a bo nanza queen. Hnrtden Death. St. Loi'ia. Dee. 9. Thomas H. lirown, a travelling salesman for the Sanders Desk Rubber to., spent Sunday evening with his sweetheart, Minnie Zeislcr, and on returning home com plained of a headache, fell unconscious and died soon after. An autopsy showed the cause of death to be cere bral apoplexy. Ordered to Look Oat for the Strnthnerls, VifTOKiA. H. C, Dec. 9. The steamer Tacoma left for the orient Sunday with instructions to keep a close lookout for her disabled companion liner, th Strathnevis. The steamer Danube has also been Instructed to make a search along northern Hrltish Columbia, and If successful In finding the Strath nevis, to tow her back to this port. TFhltecapped Out of His Palplt St. Loris, Dec. 9. At the Webster Groves Presbyterian church Sunday morning, a tremendoua sensation was caused by the resignation of the pastor, Rev. Mr. AV. A. Hvmes, Tho mmiste gave six reasons for his action, which showed that he had been whlteeapped out of the churoh by anonymous letter Writers, YOUNG TURKEY PARTY Bt44 to Bo Gratified at tho Action Of Said Paaha I SEEKIMS BRITISH PROTECTION. The Recent Massacre at Harpoot a No table Instance of Turkish Titach ery Narrow Escape of American Missionaries. LoxdoX. Dec. . The correspondent iff the I'nited Press In Constantinople telegraphs Under Kaaday'a date a fol low: The member of the yonfltf Tarktah party are highly gratified at the deter mined attitude assumed by ai4 rasna In outtins- himself nnder the protection ot th llrislsh embassy and refus ing to tIac himself nnder the influence or in the power of the palace party. The leaders of the party are very hopeful that tllC e)cMnof Said Pasha will have the effect to dest Wjt the system of tyran ny which has so long pYerailed at the palace, and openly express their feel ings upon the subject. A communication from Hat-pool, which ha been received by I'nited States Minister Terrell, make refer ence to the report that the Americana at that tllace had concealed weapons tn their house to 1W distributed among the Armenians. Td refute thi story, the letter says, all of the Americana at llarnoot weni to tho government olllce and hand ed over to the officer five revolver, which comprised every weapon they possessed. They even went further than this. After giving up their own arms they Induced the Armenians to give up what guns and pistols they had. The massacre oc curred the day after thia surrender was made. The batteries of artillery which were planted upon the hl!l over- lookinir the town fired into the ouuo- lngs occupied by the missions, but the Turks have since pretended that the ahot wore Intended for the Knnls, who had raided the valley between tho hill and the missionary compound. One shell crashed Into the stndy of Rev. N. II . Barnnm, of Leices ter, Muss., penetrated a book case and exploded In the wall of the room. A the missionaries and the other occupy ing the mission building were leaving to seek rcfugo elsewhere a cannon bnll swept through the narrow passage through which they were moving but, fortunately, did not strike anybody. Four of the refugee were wounded by rifle shots. PECKHAM'S CHANCES Are Gllt-Kdged for Confirmation by the Senate. Washinoto!, Dec. 9. The senate committee on the Judiciary ordered a favorable report on tho nomination of Rufus W. I'eckham, of New York, to be associate justice of the supreme court of the I nltcd Stutes. The favorable action on Mr. Peck- ham's nomination was taken on motion of Mr. Hill, of New York. Similar ac tlon was also taken with regard to the nomination of ex-Reprcsentativea Springer and K 11 gore, nominated to be judges of tho United State court for the district of Oklahoma. The nomination of Mr. Peckham will bo reported at the next executive ses sion, and. If the usual custom Is fol lowed, confirmation will follow at tho succeeding executiro session. CAR L rTngI'3DEATH. A Verdlrt That Discredits the Oeneral Theory of Suicide. ST. Loris, Dec. 9. Ihe coroners jury In the Inquest on the body of Carl Hinge, which was held Sunday, re turned a verdict to the effect that de ceased came to his death from a bullet wound inflicted bv unknown parties. virtually declaring it a murder, despite the circumstances surrounding the oc currence, which seemed to establish firmly the theory of suicide. Nothing In the testimony given at the inquest served to throw any light upon the mystery surrounding the death of Mr. Ringe. Injnrles Proved Fatal. Ottawa. ( int., Dec. 9. The dynamite packing-house of the Ottawa Powder Co. blew up Saturday evening. John Reynolds, of Thorns Falls, N'. J., an employe, was seriously Injured by fly ing splinters, and died Sunday night. The Afthantee King Deposed. Loximx, Dec. 9. A dispatch received here from Cope Coast Castle says it ts reported there that the Ashantees have deposed King Prempeh, and that the war party havo enthroned his mother as queen in his stead. Declared Insane. CARB01.I.TO.N, 111., Dec. 9. William Ward, a prominent lawyer of this place, has been declared Insane and sent to the Central hospital. Mr. Ward was a member of the Thirty-fifth gen eral assembly. More Ilecess Appointment Sent In for Approval. Wasiiinotos, Dec. 9. Tho president sent to the senate a large batch of recess appointments, consisting of sec retaries of legation, consuls and judges of the court of private land claims. The Governor Wu Detained. AfSTl!f,Tex.,Dec. 0. The governor' party left Sunday afternoon for the At. ianta exposition. Gov. Culberson was unable to go on account of the danger ous illness of his mother. Finds No One GaUty. Cleveland, 0., Dee. 9. Coroner Ar- buckle rendered bis decision in the viaduct disaster in which eighteen peo ple were killed. He finds no one guilty in the case. Secretary Carlisle's Report. Washington. Doc. . As now ar range-t .-secretary i nrnsie report will not lw presented, to Congress njitll next Vhiir-itl:i v. UEiBY T. IJUTS, Jb. Ma&iiivD sib iSAiimJ Gnl tan ipls, 211 Main Street, We represent none and solicit a share of your business. J. 8. WALKER, President, fclinii Greenville Mlsa. Collections and Correspondence Solicited. -Au correspondence answered and remittances made o day received. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Foreign, Exchange on NEW YORK COUUESl'ONDENTt ISTATIOlSrAX, PARKBANK:, W.A.KVERMAM, b.Ul President and Manager. secret ary. DIRECTORS! I. C. r.AHK, Cashier M. A P. Sank. I, V. taUTII, ot SUrllnf Saulh Co. GREENVILLE, The Delta Grocory WHOLESALE DIALERS IS GRAIN, PROVISION, SUGAR, HOLASSES, jfc.t Oasla. HPxlceg. Orders for goods not in mar net Offles: No. W foptar Slrret MISSISSIPPI COTTON OIL CO., GREENVILLE MIXL. SAMUEL NURSE, Manager, Greenville, Misc;, MANUFACTURERS OF Cotton Seed Oil, Meal, Oil Cake and Lir.tcr:, Highest Market Price Paid for Cotton Seed Either Free on Board Cart at Rr II road Stations, or Delivered at Mill. CORRESPONDENCE 60LICITED. 8. 8. Browk, President. II. M. Jonks, Vice-President. Pitfcslrar g JOHN B. SCRUGGS, Hanagcr. COAL. AND WOOD First Pool Pittsburg Coal, the lest in the market, supplied to bieamboats, Railroads, Machinists and Families. Office near Foot of Main Street. GREENVILLE. MTSS. ESTABLISHED 18HS. JOS. WALL, GREENVILLE, MISS. Engines, Boilers and Pumpsl AT rACTORT PKICEH. MACHINERY OP ALL KINDS BUILT TO OUDEB, AND EKP A1EB DC3 AT PRICES TO BU1T THE HUES. KEEP OH HAXl 1 Governors, Inspirators, Steam Gage Pipe Mi Fittings, Shsfllr-, Tullcyi and Boxes, Couplluxs and Grate Bars, and McCormlck Mowers, Smoke-stacks and Breechings made to order on short notice, at Memphis prices. ESTIMATES MADE OH REPAIRS WITHOUT CHARGE. Works opposite Oeorgla Pacific Depot Oldest in the Belle j Both tho House and the Liquors ci M. POI-IL, THEO. LPOHI-ii .Mlariaccr, Out A ge all Competitors. saaaaaaaBaalsBMB i Wholesale department stocked with the best cf , all brands of Liquor and Tobacco. ' CALIFORNIA HUE SO CHEAP THAf ALL CAN AFFOED TH&PDHE VZu.1T, Washington Avenue, GREENVILLE, MIS3. Sole Agent far Christian Mcsrlien Brcv;ir.;j C:: ALFPED IL ETON'S J GREENVILLE, r..I5S but reliable companies 8. G LANr, Cashier. Planters te':, all Civilized Countries. - ASS, B. P. RANSOM, Treasurer A .BU M, of N. Geldslela A C it r. KANSOM. or - - - khz: NAILS AMD DAILY their line filled at lcwc:i prices. Warehouse- Crosslal R. D. sad Y. Aht.T. tUlt. , ur j' C. It. Urait, Bee'jr and Treis, R. R. BraiD, Qen'l UL:r (M s!