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J .Djored by u duriug the
eat '.' of lue now jeir
A TrinYtbeeomnieo
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EOCISTT AJi msO.UL.
Society is.
(be holiday
as usual, piusiiiD t.. fore
tbe
tbe eomnieoce-
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itf " . t0 bo characteristic of
;S.ofWy 'ud FebrU4ry
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ijime Back.
I . w!Ui.'.B.l!aUoPlu. e
.. ...ml. o( freh Sage at
W r Vtvi.AY'B DKCO BT0RE.
-,,,. Muller has come t tbe
witb a window duilayto
. .. .t.ount of uuta audcrau
.. . i-. latn-Kind ckn at
Kennedy' eelebratea c
' P.Jfc.C.VOIW
tbe
..sta,rl C. M.11AM wbet you
'j-ibhn In tb Furniture line.
k th most complete tock
:u. , . -
I ... .k the town will be Ml of
'1 hattoDi nd love making, for
Mllege boy. lllIlbeatlioi
I ABaby'bldfe Saved.
J)unlap and
be
Ujf in MM. P. Lawn
1 . n. Love b resigned
. 'ausge"" o" ' Ilarwood
"At." i'fl J"tiry 1st.
Ut(st stvles in
Ws Hats can nap
W at Sol. Brill's,
I Tor Rent or Sale.
Vnsldouce on Percy Avcuue.
j tons. A. B. Griffin.
flrcult Court conveuod os Monday,
1js Witllameou Old uot arrive in
m for the trsnsacllou of iiuch busl
otbtdar, owing to j delayed
la, bat tbe machinery of tbe court
it It full working ordci. and tbe
iltet being promptly dlspord of.
CM)Q ODPIH I lh mII
brilliant array of gayetie which have
been arranged for that joyous tirae
A number of elaborate eutertainujut.
will mark the Christmas week and tbe
ju precediug it, but the
present time, as usual, i rather a tea.
on of quiot and espectaucy.
Fultou SIcRae of Victsbur, in
the city ou Wednesday.
Will Kay, Ibe "King Suuff Man"
tpeut Suuday tu Greenville. '
Mrs. Schradski, of Peoria, lliiuois,
is vuitiug her euter, Mrs. Joi. Bjgeu.
Willie Ogden came down from
amnpuis Sunday "to tee bis cousin"
Vapiam j..s. McXeiiy spent Sim
day aud Mouday among hi frieuds lu
Ureenville,
uara are out for au entertainment
at me uome ot Mr. aud Mrs. b. II
King tbU evening.
aiesaamea r. aud II. Wilculuiki an.
enjoying a visit from tbeir neire 11U-
nA K.. ... V "
uuiuuurj, ui isew lorn.
air. v. a. follock. now ntv, nr.
lean, was stufciug bauds witb hi.
Gwnville fiieuds o. Monday
III.. t . . 1
iiiiw mctuteiers Uss relunu.t tn
ber home in Natchej, after a pleasant,
uui orj unci tisu iu ureeuville.
air. aud Mrs. Leltoy ptro- entertain.
eu a party oi iritndi at adiuuer ou the
Dtu, that being their wedding anniver
sary.
Mrs. A. T. Toriau was kent at hnm
J . .
uunug ine past week by a sudden at
k r iliuen, from which she is re-
coveriug.
Mrs. W. A. Percy it iu Memphis,
ttoppiug for a Tisit to her son, Mr. W.
A. rercy ou ber way home. She will
arrive iu Greonville in a few day.
mrs. wuoy rercy Is recovering
from a tedloui illueea, which, while
not serious iu iu nature, has prevent
ed ber participation in social life for
tbe past two weeks.
Misses lielle aud Hannah Morris
left for Memphis Suuday, aud will
make their home in that city for the
future. Tbe departure of these youug
ladies will leave a void la society,
wnere tncy nave been especial favor
lies. May tbey find happiuoss in tin lr
"Vino muA slUUlIK lUVlT U' Tf
bifrieuds.
Gram a:i Fiorisici im
FfRSWUEU BV TUB
Delta Cvrocet-v C7.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
Tht Chlctgo futures rangtd u fellows:
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FOll SALE.
Any one tU siring o buv new fur
iiiture at hulf price will uud it totbelr
Intcrtst to examine my fumituro aud
honsihcilil i tli'cts, which must be sold
iu the next two weeks. Also my res
Men ep, altnont now, I will either reut
or sell at a reduced price
MKS. (J. LEYSEU, 706 Purcy St
rORSALE
it stillie household nflclt for
,iil h use for sulo or lenft. Ap-
(to MUS. C. LF.YtKU.
703 Percy y reet.
i Isrge assortment of Wrlglh aud
wood's Extracts 111 glass itcipcn-d
suitable for (Jbilstml pre.
ait Finlay'b Ubuo frORK.
Wc make no charge
lor uonoiirain or
per ornamental
sell.
Wallace Arnold.
tlemlel armed with gun aud
ft Buuday- for a hunt. n re
esterday hv)i.g biikmi a ueer
English sparrowa.
np.il.ihn Photoaraohor. Is as busy
as a bed Soya be is behind ou tin
nnlnn I unnka. OWllllf 10 rilfcll Ol
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! Ifft
?msI ftttf is rwl aood uicss it
maner kind of meat LSr.
ml sells only Vie proa ti nd
See Sol Brill's line ofVIack
behes, from $4.00 to 10.00.
pric V can't beat. j
Ws.Luc!ou Gwlu, Alfi btone
H McMirtry joined tbefiks last
M. sad to-day tho tountciuces of
Itbrsewcara thonhtfulfciulnis
linafar away look whi shows
Itlbt mysterious cereuioiiias im-
mi them deeply
toft
QCl
pectio'
es. I
est an
f food
aa 'a
v
Juki
knife, yi
turnedV'
and tm
Mr. Horace Sessions has sousunv
nmied a deal wllb Misers. Skinner
and Denton, whereby bo become pos-
sciwd or a la gr tract ol land in tbe
louth end of the city, widen has been
divided Into lots aud placed upon the
market. Mr. (-e-Mou oilers a certain
number f tl ose lois at the noiulual
price of $13.00 ciu h, aud Hit denmud
tor tht'tu is or course n n active, lie
is much riiciiuritged by the Intrrest
matillt s!ed, aud eels cniitiilenl of the
eotuplrtc succce of bis veuture. This
Is the first Inipormtit trsniactitin In
real cstrte wbii li hai taken pUctt lu
tbe city for scverul yenrs; uud while
tneu of sound tiidumeiil have beeu tin
fallerlnuly coniidettl as the ultlinalo
recovery of this t ujiness II was uot
hoped for po o n. A year or lesk o
confidence and prosperity will place
Greenville real okta' once nmre upou
a u(o bHsi,and It is uot probable that
Mr. Seisloui v, iil ever hare cause
regret b Inif the first In k Hold whic
will tin much sought ootoro mauy
mouth have rolled around.
work.
Lp.kvpi orders at tue
drlihiton Hotel for Bus
n.n.ri. transferring Ba-
aie also for parties
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and theatre caw. . L-I f Inic hiwUtv n
Engraved Wedding
Cards, Visiting
Cards, any kind o
engraving in an ar
M.
l H. HAM hascvervthlttbat can
Mred iu t:io furniture p. 11
H treat to Insoocl his indsotue
) large variety of Goods.
Grecuvllle Football Jam will
in Vlcksburg on Cbrfnas day.
t(emuts bavo becu flo for a
to leave this city oujbrlstmas
miag, and relurn tho sie ulgbt,
"ties wisbiug to do scju remain
otll the next day. e fare tor
jroand trip Is $2.50. I
'Utlre Brnmn UmnlnJ'abletS do
ctthe head or protlj nervom
'ilke the Sulphate of llnine. J.
Hl U authorized f'fund tbe
! Id every case whi 11 f"11 to
" vuirna. n n. nnii.Rurinne
"Scenti. fee d H-4111
yksl meal altral
(o I'. S. Inspcq-
bears Vie
L. P.
rmi's salhged.
'e of the
?nlCJhildrt?n
J! oouth can M
Hi's. First
K.W to 84.
(S3
. from rc upwils.
it T v .."
r iiuniNay vf
"ville by the M
the great i
fgatlou Ho I
""wrs In tl,,,
hi
rgPN.
lines of
Clothing
found at
Suits
ec7-3m
The Industrloua and eutorprisiiig
small boy is hustling Vigorously for
his Christmas motiey, ana on
onrnnr. he can be heard crving
wares. Here'i your firecrackers,
apples, oratiges and candy." Success
In all of tbnm.and may the mmble
nickels All their pockets to overflow
ing.
Laxative Bromo tjulnine Tablet
-v.. kA..ii o-nntlv. re eve the
cough, cure the feverish condlt on and
headache, making It the best and quick
est remedy for Coughs. Colds : and La
Grippe. Cures in one day. "No cure.
n Price. 5 oents. For sale by
J.A.Bagley. ePl4"4m
Tbe finest Extracts from 10 cents to
$1.00 at FlMliAY 8 UBUO Di'OBi
n.hnimaii left for Jackson
h.elnir with hi ni Copt. Lc-
Rnurireols. whom he will convey to
. i. . . ....... rit. IBourecois
.!,. im imnrovemeut sinco he do-
-.mo .urlden v insaue a wee or
ago.
Fine Clothing
AT IiOW lICE?i.
r ntra flnp.flpit not to be
A 11U V vwv.
iinrlflrfiold. and will fit you out
5n "o firat.claSS flll-WOol Suit
e 7 rn tn Slfi.OO. All of
lium f ,
mv (rnnrla nrfi nurchascQ troni
1.11. W 1" 1
reliable houses, and
fit and workmanship always
guaranteed.
FOB SiVIE.
200,000 Port Gibson Brick.
100 Barrels Portlanfl Cement
TVJAa weight,
At LOW PRICES for CASH.
J. J. ELAJTY.
BUtWllIS.
A eryiug need of tho elty at tbe lu
tomit'if ot the new conucil is tbe waut
of kiilewalk. So much baa been said
and written on (Ms matter that the
subject is becoming a vexation as
great as the sidewalks themselves. The
questiuu is particularly appropriate
just at this time, because not a uigbt
a-ses thnt uew gaps are uot made iu
ue remnants of tbo plauk sidewalks
ou the residence streets. Tbe condi-
on of these is uow so abomiuably
bad that no words can properly pic
ture their state. Tbe plauks such of
them as are left are systematically
stolen for fuol, and at tho present rate
will uot bo long before none at all
are left. This practice is uot confined
to tbo suburbs. Ou Saturday mgbt
tbe planks were stolen troin tbe side.
walk on tbe Episcopal Church lot,
leaving gaps iu the walk wbich had to
bridged over iu order to enable
pedes: riaus to cross, while those who
live at auy distance from tbe eeutre
Imply take to tho mud, or walk In
the middle of tbe street lu preference
to tbe broken and daugeroua planks.
Atteutlon ia also called to the entirely
inadequate character of the cinder
walks In mauy places, being worse
thau no walks at all. aud belug made
merely of a uarrow strip oi cinders so
carelesely thrown down that tbey
quickly beoomo mere mud puddles,
with boles which retaiu the water iu
pouds after a ratu. A properly made
cinder walk is better than tho planks
An Improperly made one is a nrisance
worm than tho uatural mud. If it Is
otsible to enforce tbe laying of walks
by auy means whatever, It should be
done, aud the general scntiincut of the
coimunuity would be with tbe Loun
cil tu auy measure they might use for
the purpose of accomplishing this on
ct.
"Wanted to Itent.
City toascil Proteediiiu.
Tuesday, Kc( uilxr 10. b j!.
Com. Hi iiii s; 1 t'i'y Hi'l in
Grevuvillo. Mi-.. liuivuaut tu tbe fa
of the Mor, for the pur.os! of re
ceiving tho report if tho Eleciion
CommiseiiQuers sppoioled Noveinber
5, 1895, to hold the regular biennial
election tor municipal otlkers of tbe
Ciiy of Greeuvillo, eouisliug of a
Mayor and three Couacilmcu.
Gkekxviixb, Miss., Dec. 10, 1895.
A sreci.l mneiiog of the City
Couucil of Greenville Is hereby called
for tbe purpose of receiving aud en
vassing the returns of an electlou for
Mayor aud ibree Counciluicu of said
ci'y, held on the wecotid Mouday of
Iteecmber, 1895, at 12 o'clock noon
tid day.
Wm. Yrboek, Mayt.r.
Returned executed on the following
iiuinfd C'oiiiicilrueii three honrs before
the time of the meet in, lids 10th day
of December, 1895:
J. J. llany, II. Wilczluski, Lyue
Starliug, lleury Ciitteudeu, E N.
Thomas. Wm. Quins,
City Mai bil.
Preseut Wm. Yorer, May or ; Ly tie
Btarling, II. Wilczinski,- Henry Crit
tenden, j. J. Harty, Couucilmen.
The report of tbo Commlsstouers to
hold city electimi was received aud
ordered spread bijou the minutes,
hlcb is now douo in wonts
figures following to-wit:
KEPOKT.
Stats or Mississippi,
County ef Washington
City of Ghees viixb-
The UouoraMe tho Mayor aud Coun.
cil of the City of Greenville, State
and County aforesaid :
Tbe undcralgued Commissioners of
Election re pnctfuliy submit to your
honorable body tho result of the
election for Mayor aud three Couucil
men, held this 9th day ot December,
1895, lo-wlt :
roa MiYoit.
Wm. Yerger received 300 vote
C. Hickman " M "
io coukciluax.
A.T. Torlan received 209 votes
A.Blum " m "
H. Wilczluski " 217 '
K. N. Thomas ' 170 '
W.L. Kay " 171 "
Wo thcrttfora proclaim Win. Yerger
elected for Mayor: A. Ilium. A. T.
Torlan. II. Wilczluski elected for
Couniilltneii.
TlIKODORB I'OHI
J. M. Lewis,
W. W. Wilson,
Commissioners of Electlou.
Account of Electlou ComiuUsloncrs
allowed. Council adjourned
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-DEALEH3 IN-
One upright piano at
MM 1 - 1
once. Must oe m sooa
order, state price per
month. Will vau two
months in advance if
necessary. Best of ref
erence. Address
HOTEL NEWMAN.
and
FESTE AND ARTISTIC
FURNITURE,
Carpets, Hns and Matting,
Springs. Mattresses said Pillows. .
Shades. "Wall Paper. Hie.
Main Street, under Opera House,
G-rGGn."vlllo, - 2Llo3.
MCULS, A. B. KA.RUE,
Pre.ia.nl Assi.tut Oulittr,
sisa.
FIRST NATIONAL BAM.
tiBKENVf LK. MlSSISSim.
Capital, $100 OOu. Smilu $20 009
DIBICTOao
FOIIS HANWAT. H. F. KBIGBB,
T B. CUWAH, K. W. MILL8AFS.
i. U JATNB, H. O. WATSOM,
JAMES 1. K1QUS.
Wo solicit the aceounta of Individu
als, Corporation and Business Firm
The double liability ot shareholder
of National Bank furnlib.ee almost
absolute security to depositor.
We give moat careful attention to
the Interest of our customer In all
mat tor Intrusted to a.
We are prepared to give liberal
accommodation in the way of toani o
customers whose average balance
ustlfy It.
We issue Time Certificate of De
posit boating Interest
Southern .Railway.
Wotns Bvstom-
Passenger tram arrive at Greeo vd.
From Deer Creek, narrow G...9:10 a n
From Atlfcnta and East 11:H a u
Passenger train leave Green yl
For Atlanta. n pn
For Doer Creek.inarrow uare)4:16 p l
Close connection made at Yi inona ( -t
ween G. P. and l.C. train for ail pc J
Talllahatcbii Bkamcb.
Leave Webb'
Arrive Itta Bona (Junction)... 8.. i a m
Leave " .J5p
Arrive Webb' 8:10 p
Train to and from Atlanta earry i
or. W lnona to AUania ana ausui v
Now York without change
J. a. Moimav, Agent.
W. A. TURK. O. r. A., wibuiw;.
U. A. Binwiiii . v.
P. A.
Wallace Arnold.
.T. H Walklns of Suuuyside, was I
Greenville yesterday, and report tho
Italian colony ns contented sno uoiug
well. Every' thing possible for the
comfort sud sntifactiou of the colon-
Ms bm beeu doiip, and It woun oo
strange if they did uot make a success
of it. Tho action of Mr. Corbin has
caused much coiiinictit, favorable aud
otherwise, aud is an experiment the
remit of which will bo watcneu i'
iuterest.
UNDERWEAR!
UNDERWEAR. UNDERWEAR
ol. Erill has just received
an enormous stock ol uncier
and is sellina same very
cheap. See his line from 81-00
- TT
to p.W per suit, uis luipui f
Pl1 ribbed and natural Cash
mere is the best in the marxet.
Tho Vow Orleans Aihlctic Club
. .. i...i! n.til, tin. rroAll-
W -"n to ptay looiuiii ...........
1 . .l. nail HViA r,.ttin
vllle ton in here on me ui.
of the GrcouviUo train has goue
.i.r.,.l niul their Invitation are too
'""" ... T. I.
lerous for llietn to accept, n
. t i i I 1I1A frntnn
tat 1 1 i'ltll 11 WliflUll I""
with tho New Orient) team will take
plaie.
xi;.,n m lull ,uul fill .ai: th
A1 111" " "
bo-t tu k; ftuit r.i
ages, lit P
That Greeuvillo can niainiaiu three
handsome aud flourishing lowelor
stores Is a practical ivldeneo of It
prosperity. Tbo bouso ef Wallace
Arnold is the oldest, Frank Binder's
establishment being a few yer r youug
er, but a giant 111 growlh, 8. Peppor
man's has beeu cs'abUbhod only a
short llmo, but has enjoyed a very re
nurkoble prosperity and Is rapidly
beconilug a leadiug concern, A pret
tier Christina sight has ncvor beeu
nroneuled In Greeuvillo tbau that of
tbe Jewelers stores lu their preseut
holiday array. Tbo older establish
ments would do credit to auy city, not
only In tbe cxtcut aud varloty or tholr
stock, but in Its arrangement aud In
the taste displayed In tho selection or
elegant aud artistic goods. The Christ
mas air of these beautiful stores is
further eubanced by tastofully tt-
ranged bot bouse plants and flowers
in artistio receptacles, disposed her
aud thoro in a manner which adds
greatly to the brilliancy and attract
iveiicss of tbo establishments.
The Pulse of Our
Fall trade elves a heallhy boat.
Our store maintains Its business
encrirv. heat aud llfo through huu
dreds of patrons who find irresistible
attractions In our SUITS AND
OVERCOATS. And they're attrac
tions that out run Ibe expectations of
our natrous. if yon could ee tbe
garments you'd ccaso to wonder.
WARNER & SEAULES CO.,
Vicksburg, Mis.
il k B 11
uud 6H lr
, s. 1 and 21b puck
& C. V OU MUS.
Head & Co.
Bought 500 Barrels of
Flour before the big
advance. Go see them.
Women Can't Trench.
Yazoo City, Miss, Deo. 10. The
question of women preachers was ruled
uu in the Mississippi Mninodisi i;oii-
feruueu Sou h, in semioti at x azoo Lily
Saturday. Pre-ldlng Elder Weon. o
tho .Vicksburg District, reported li.t.1
Rev. Mr. Grimes inritod Mrs. Mollio
MeGc) Sin II, tho Evangelist, to aadst
lu cvur.uctiug & revival. When tho
pretldlug ilder desired tho ongngfl-
meut cancelled Grimes slated "uou
would break his ueck if he Interfered
witb women preachers." Bishop Duu
can ru'od emphatically that the Metho
dist Church did not rrcognizo tno
right of women to preach, but adheres
to tbo doctrine of St. Paul, ou tbe sub
ject. Considerable- focliug has becu
aroused ou tbo question iu Mississippi
aud Tonncssoo, many laymen taking
Issue with tbe Bishop
V01 It EYES.
DEALERS IN
JDx-y O-oodo,
FINE DRESS GOODS,
Shoes, Eats, Caps,
Notions, Cloaks,
Ladies Underwear
Hose. Silk Embroideries,
IACISS, Etc.
300 Wailiiugtoo Avenue,
GREENVILLE, MIS3.
KaoiTtUo, tea.
Yazoo and Mississippi Vallej Z,
Tiajns arrive and pau Greenville U
follow: .
No. lil, North leave lfcH a n
m. South, 4rtpe
17S. for Leiand 8- I at
10U, " uJP
' 158, from arrive 11: a a
106, ll:W)p
" 174, forPeroy leave 4.Qpm
173, from Percy . . . .arrive ;i J a n
173, for Huntington, leave 1W 9 a u
" 171, from arrive 4;! )p
Freight train, North, leave 8:-law
" South, " 7iJa
Connection mau at MempM wir
all lino for the North and laai I
West: at New Orlean for th G. I
coast resort and Southern Texaa a-i
California.
Through ticket to an ponia -w
on sale at th x. M.V.B. .
Dot, olllce : basriraee oheokod throp 1
or inrormaiion as 10 row, iwimM
write or ipplj to
W. T. Stmm, Axt.
Ja. Dihkimi, Dlv. Pa. Art,
W. A. Ksixohd. A. P. At, .w O-1 .
A. tl. MXAMWQM H.r. AH
I am orcuared to hi them wuU
Siicctaclo or Eye Glasses as perfect'y
a 11 cau be done auywhere, and nt
UTTLK COST.
SATISFACTION OR NO CHARGE
I bavo boon doing this for 20 years.
Wallace Arnold,
Jeweler.
Plantation for Sale
The plantation formerly owned by
J. P. Peak iu Chicot comity, Ark,
described h follows?
S. w. 1-4 of sco. 4; e. 1-2 of sec. 6;
s. w. 14 of sec. 6; n. 1-2 of 11. 1-2 of
s"C. 8 ; n. 1-2 of s. 1 2 of n. 1 3 of sec.
8 ; all tho n. 1-2 of the n 1-2 of see. 9,
west of Griiud Lake. All of the n. 1-2
of s. 1-2 of tbe u. 1-2 of sec 9, west ol
Grand Lake; all in lowuthlp 19, t.
n ira 1, ?, coutalulug tn all 928.99
acres.
This place Is on Grand Lako, wlthlu
Hirer- miles of Graud Lako Landiug,
011 tho Mississippi river; 1 lu a good
neighborhood, with churches and
schools convenient. It ha 350 acre
Im cultivation aud 678.99 acre of tim
ber, with an elegant three-story brick
rb-idciicc of ton room., aud all other
noceSHiiry buildings.
We will sell this plane for $8000, all
cash, or will ba willing lo sell It on
tiino for $8500, requiring but ono-tlfih
ca-li aud tbe balance we will carry lu
easy installments to suit tbe purchaser,
charging ouly 6 per ceut. interest,
payable annually, tbe balance of tbo
purnhaio price boiug secured by trust
deed on the property. ,
The low prico and easy term we
oflor hold good only nutil February
1, 1896.
Correspondence solicited.
G haves and Vinton Company,
unvl6-2ni Momphls, Tenn.
and Fridav at 6 D. m.
Steamer itum Lieaym
Vicksburg and CrrewiTilli Ti.:t Z)
CARRTIKQ P. UAXU
Steamer Annie Laurie-Leave , r
ureenvuie every au.mmj
TTedn;.':v
.nil Hnnri.v at ft D. m.
Boat leave Vlckburg evry Kootf-f ,
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat-
day at U o'clock.
First-clas paxenger and freight ac
commodations, Tbe right Is reserved to pass any land
ing deemed unsare by the Captain com
manding. WuiioBOiT, Greenville, His.
P. P. Smith. Agent.
J. J . M CLH01.L1HD, Bupt.,
auglO Vlckiburg, Mis
Anchor JLtue.
,T Boat pss Greenville, two
Sfc each way, twice a week,
Sunday and Wednesday. Boat going
up the river connecting at Memphis,
Cairo and Ht, Loul with all raiiroa
ana steamboat line diverging. Careful
attention to way and plantation bad
ness The right 1 reserved to pa any
landing deemed unaafe.
Excursion rate now on ale to Hem
ohi'. Cairo and St. Loul. with prlvU.-
of returning by rail. Room enfatd tr
anv boat or date. Further inturmatlon
cheerfully furnished on application.
J. J. HAYS, General Agent,
Vicksburg. k m,
Li N E STAKL1M U, Agent, ureenvuie
.U. YIKOIS.
LHOTr,riti
TO THE TAX PAYEH3
OF
Washington County.
YERGER & PERCY,
ATTOttNEYS AT LAW,
Greenville, Ml,
SOL BRILL.
kont back
ridlst eon-
Ifnclloo of
i! of very
flv ho retain
wtivnfBcrs ftlny
'"iirem
' 10 I. A. NE
""itirecuvllle,
Patent
per. Apply
AN, Hotel
sail &
knock tH
i0n priced
B0Y fjf
Co.
bottom
their
. n-i.-V.lori.it Methodist COUferi'llCC
mule met In Qrocnvillo to-dtiy,
ui iu" v, cr0wd cunie in jr.ioii
andalart, . dlsnifled and woll fed
Already the ii10 church are
ropreBcnlRtlvc -Hts BU(j the occa'
numerous on tho sti. njomout end
slou is one of mucu ej p0pula-
ceremony buiouk iu
Hon.
FOlsALE OR TO RENT
Fairy Field Plantation, containing
Hbot 600 acres cleared ; 1,100 acres
in ract, sliuato.l midway between
Sktwlth' Lauding and Grace Sto
' Apply to Mmwnm,
HO 11 1 . J i u ivrt " u
We have $503 worth of
Fire Works
At Hard Tim3 Prices.
Head & Co.
Wc want every
body to look
through our stock.
dome in. Don't
pass By.
Wallace Arnold.
know that Bob
Marshal Quiun,
Mocll-lm
Duneensby,
IssaqiioiiB County, Miss.
n
Go seahem oi
ICS
ill clvi'oit
llalltSht.
oar ht-pfter.
Itn..u.
''li
reBortj
ion.
kidney.
cnre.i? Ksrrs
Mr II T. Ireys' new all iron gtti,
the first "flre-proof gin In Iho couuty,
was opened lat week for grinding,
aud will comiiinnco ginning nrxt
week. Till gin I 'ho beginning of a
now era iu tho building of cotton gins,
aud rs a very Important innovation.
COllX FOll NAIiiS.
Corn dellvered"iiu"Grcoiiville In not
loss than 25 buahel lot., for ; M eon.,
per bushel. . LEROV I LBCl.-
Wc arc giiu! to
r..t.. itwt Anil of
yu...... ""---.... ... .llnllllne,l
whose sorioun inu... ---
last week, is now much belter nud on
, road to recovery. Even his phys -
tt. da-paired of his life, but you n
clans aouniitutiou triumphed in
and a fli.
tho oml. m
-piiis.
Free . . u. k. Bucklln
Mend your address to (ree sample
& Co., Chicago, and get a I'ilis. A
box of Dr. KIiir's Now Idle 9rjtg.
trtiilwill convince you oi li eir u. ,r
These pills are easy In action unu
part ou arly effeetWo in the cure of Con
it nation n"d Hick Headache, tor
S i and Liver troubles they have
hoon nroved inva liable. 1 hey are
.ro.W?o bo Perfectly free from
fvery deletrlous subs unco "J.to bo
.tomach and bowels, greatly Invigorate
the svsteiii. Regular size voo. per box.
Soe tboexijuWto Porftimos at
FlNLAV'9 PbUO STORHi
Mr. Charlev Lcvitiastoue wa at
tacked by a lot of trav dog a fow
Uights sgo, aud but for llio holp of a
iniitlemau who happened to be near
would have beeu badly usod up.
These aultnals aro a nuisance which
mtirht verv onDroDrlatcly ultract tbe
attention of the now city government
Enher.tboir owner should get rid of
them or keep Ibom up, or ai least ioca
thorn. Tho city is ovorrun wttn tarv.
inir curs, and uolbiug is safe from
their doprcdallon., to say nothing of
the danger to podostriaus as lu a case
like the above.
Stop In and bavo your handkerchiof
. 1 ... .I, LL 1.' t . I . .,
pOnUmeu Willi rigllvo liiimvi. e.
Fin lay's Druo Stobb
'fnnuv's Candy, In original oue aud
wound packages. Fresh supply
wo . caudv.
Lowncy . p & c VQRMUS-
. 77 . ' Kod, Mahogany,
ine rii.e ,d Birch chair
Quarter aaweu y, i ii M'3 Great
can te louuu t v..
Furtliluro establishmont.
Camphorated.
Oue ot tbo unconsidered trllles thut
tho Mikado has picked up as the re
sult of the Chiuese nur is tho mono
poly of camphor. Thai drug Is pro
iluced ouly in Japan and Korinosi,
and, though a variety kuowu ui
Bornso camphor is obtained troin
Borneo and Sutnatrrt, It caunot com
pete with the product of ibo ovorgreen
latirol of (ho eastern Astatln inlands
lu 8 much us camphor, apart from Hb
many uud taricd Ihurapeulio uses, ii
an essential ingredient In tbo eoniio.-l-lioti
of nearly all the new explosives,
tho ilomaiid for U Is very largo. Tho
Janain so aro well awaro of tbe vaiu-
ablo monopoly they bavo lilumlercii
upon rather than sough!, and bavn al
ready begun to limit the export ty
Imposing duties. As a natural couso
ijueuco tho price of ibo drg ha risen
rapidly since mo war camu to nn omi.
aud bids fair to rise higher. There I
already a corner lu camphor iu this
country and tho moths aro on to It.
, N. Tnom.
Conntv Attorney,
wm, Griffla.
THOMAS &, GRIFFIN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Oiilce iu Wilczinski Block.
Wo own the only Abstract of Title to
i he lauds of Washington county and the
tjilv of Greenville
Loans negotiated to be aeoured by
tiiMt mortgage on plantation and
fir;in.
VV. It. TIUCjrGr.
Kj.ClhHioolloroftli. 7th Dlstrlot,
Attorney and Counselor at Law
GUEENVILLE, MISS.,
Will prnollco iu Ibo Stato nud Foil
oral Courts of Mississippi.
Henry T. Ireys,
COTTON FACTOR.
Oillceou Hals St, fonr doors!west,or Postoffie
GREKNVILLE. MISS.
You are hereby no
tified that upon all
taxes remaining un
paid on the 15th day
of December, .1895,
ten per cent, damages
will be added. v
There will be-no
exceptions, and in de
fault ot payment at
above date, said taxes
will be prompily col
lected by distress.
Wm. Griffin,
Sheriff and Tax Ccllectcr.
Kansas City meals are the best.
L. P. Laurent sells them.
See the "Embossed
Photographs, at Bell'. -t
Euauiolod'1
BOTTLEUS.OF
W. II. McBbaykr,
Old Oscar)
Peppkb
Boud & Llllard,
O. F. C TAYLOK,
GuckcnhelmcrRyo
Fltio Old Bourbon,
and olhorStaudard
Brands.
Also a full lino of
Holland Gin,
Apple aud Poach
Braudy,
Jamaica Rum,
Califoruia Sherry
Calirorula Clarot
California Port
aud Cognac
" BRANDY.
T. ISENBERG,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
LIQUORS, WINES, ALE aii PORTER,
CIGARETTES, CIGARS AND TOBACCOS,
AGENT FOU
Altar ii WM Kei ui W& in.
Express or Mail Orders for Jugs or Case ' Goods
Promptly attended to.
equality Guaranteed accortling to Irlce.
3032 Walnut Street, and 200, 202, 20 and 200 Malu Street,
GIIILILUST V ULLJI., MI8S
Agents For Thi
American Tobacc
Compaiiy.
DUKE,
Sweet Caporal and
OLD DOMINION
CIGARETTES.
Also
YALE,
THREE KINGS,
Deport Hash,
LAFAYETTE,
PICKING, .
OLD JUDGE,
AND
Richmond Gem
SMOKING
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