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Gr nn 17 CRIPTIOM, $2.00 Per Annum. IX mOHTHS, l.03. "tolla lxocl Twice A Week, XXVIII. GREENVILLE, WASHINGTON COUNTY, MISS., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1895. NO. 31. EENVIl TT7 Til in IMiLb. VOL. THE OLD ROMAN GONE. . of Ex-Senator Allen O. Thur- man at Columbus, a 0 PUBLIC CAREER TERMINATED, Apparently Recor.r From Hii UK Accident, Sudden Illness Ren dered Him Unconscious snd He Passed Away. "ftuinr, 0., Dec lS.-Ex-6euato) 0. Thurman died at 1:20 p. m g, lad been in fairly good health foi of his age sine hia recovery fron wofin received In falling a montl Md Wednesday morning he wai suing' up reading when he suddenlj leeiise Ul and a physician was called g,iooa became unconscious and nevj Hoovered his senses. Allen Urauberry turn in Lynchburg, Va., November 13, 1813,' His father was a traveling preacher, mul tlie education and careei of young 1 minium was mainly intrust td to his nncle, (Jov. m. Allen, ant hit boyhood and young manhood dayi were spent at Chillicotlie, the home ol 6ot. Allen. He studied law with hli nncle.was admitted to the bar, and form 1851 to 185ft, he was m member of th tnprcme court of Ohio. Prior to thil he had been a member of congress. In 1C63 he was elected to the I'nitee States seuate, anil served two full terms, retiring in lust. While serving in thli capacity he introduced and had pnssec' the ' well-known Thurman Pacific railway bill. In Wis he was nominated by the Democratic national convention for vice-president on the ticket with Cleveland and was defeated with him, In 1814 he married Mary Dun, ol Kentucky, by whom he had three chil drvn, two daughters and a son. Mr. Thurman died in 1891, but the three children survive. DIED IN A CHAIR. luddea Taking Off of Jttuiet F. Morton, of ' Eminence, Mo, St. Loris, Dec. 13. Sudden death overtook James F. Norton, a prominent resident of Eminence, Mo., at Hotel Moser. He was at breakfast with a friend when he was seen to raise his hands over his head, gasp and drop to the door, and when the clerk, who saw him fall, reached him ho was dead. Mr. Norton was seemingly In perfect health and had bean In the best of spir its tho day before. Ho had been col lector of Shannon county for two terms, lie was also a prominent mem' ber of several secret societies. He , leaves a wife and five children. , TOPEKA STILL EXCITED nr the linillnt- of Mrs. Mill's Body at the Kanwl Medical College. Tupeka, Kas., Dec. 13. There Is still rrcat excitement here over the finding of the body of Mrs. Llllis at the Kan Ms Medical college, but there is no further danger of a riotous attack on the college. Chief-Justice Nor ton, one of the trustees of the Sollegc, has served notice on the fnc- t, nlty that if they do not clean up the entire affair he will summarily with amw from the board and institute a Prosecution of the entire body. Steps will be taken to send the guilty parties to jail within 24 hours. This ssurance has had a quieting effect, shot Hit Rtepdanghter and lllmnelf. Wabiiikotos, Dec, 12. A dispatch from Richmond, Va., says that Joseph Holdcn, living five miles from Lees- burg, Loudon county, Bhot and prob- wy fatally wounded his atepdaugn' ler Lulu, and then turned the pistol on himself and blew out his brains, lie was Insanely jealous of the girl. Congressman Jov Celebrate.. Washington, Poo. 13. Congressman Charles F. Joy celebrated his birthday , mniversarv Wednesday 'eveninir by ' banquet at his home, to which all mem bers of the Missouri congressional dele jation and their wives were invited. Congregan,ea Woomer Breaks His Leg. Washington, Dec. 12. Represent' live E. M.' Woomer. of Pennsylvania, 1 representing the Fourteenth congres- wonal district, fell on the slippery side alk Wednesday night and broke his ie leg above the knee. The Germanic Must Have a New Stern, Liverpool, Dec, 12. The steamer Uernianlc was docked at 7 o"clock thi: morning. He hold was full of water nd her stern U harlle dnmnired that It will be necessary to fit her with a new JOB. An Editor' Sadden Death. Altos, in.. ti. is R. C. Tavlor, editor of the Alton Sentinel-Demo- -rat, and a well-known newspaper cor espondent, fell dead of apoplexy at 1J 00, . . ' A Dead Baron, Losdos . Deo. 12. John Mulhollen, ft Baron DunleatU.dled here Wednea- minium. Thurman wai ventag, . U wai 77 years 91 H9 OTHERWISE UNNOTICED. Mrs. D. D. Culberson, mother of the governor of Texas, is dead. Dr. and Mrs. Lew Kehn were tr,.,.v by train at Milford, lad., and killed. A. L. Uibba' fin residence near Fl. dor Springs, Ma, was destroyed by fire. Harry nayward'a mother fainted at the coffin of her son during the funeral service. The National prohibition convention will be held in Pittsburgh, Pa., on May 13'jrj. St. Louis hotel men say there will be no difficulty la earing for the throngs text June. A new post ofBee tn Texas has been named Cash, and ha a postmaster named Money. The Scotch ship-butUUra' atrtk U ended. Th worktnM receive an ad vance In wages. Word has been received that Presi dent Crcspo has announced the new Venezuelan cabinet. W. H. Southern, a Kansas City travel ing man, committed suicide on the rtdge at Leavenworth, Kas. Clark Wallace, comptroller of the Canadian customs, has resigned be cause of the Manitoba school tight. Four men saspected of the Frisco hold-up at Caston, I. T., on Octolier 8, were arretcd in the Indian territory. After January 1, 1"7, only those canned meats put up in France or her colonies will be used by the French armies. Dr. Wm. Hammond, an alleged nine times bigamist, swindler and cosmo politan crook, was arrested at Kew Orleans. The Indiana state democratic com mittee recommended Gov, Cland Mat thewa to the country as a candidate for president. The death warrant of Theodore Dur rani has been signed at Man Francisco, nd the date of execution fixed at let) ruary 33, 1IM J. 1. Ripy, the well-known Lawrence- burg (Ky.) distiller, has assigned, nam ing J. M. Johnson, cashier of the Law renceburg bank, as assignee. Mrs. Frank Nightlinger, aged 3.1, liv ing two miles east of Marshall, 111. loped with diaries Jlinix, who made his home at the Niglitllngers . Tho St. Francis Catholic orphan asy lum, a few miles out of Milwaukee, was burned Wednesday night, causing loss of i 10,000. No lives were lost. President ltlackmer of the Railway Mail Clerks' association has resigned from the service in order to advocate legislation in the Interest of the mall elerks. McJaire Shelton, the oldest man In Pike county. 111., died at the reni- dence of his daughter, Mrs. V. E, Morgan, at Pittstteld Wednesday, aged 92 years. In a seven-round contest at Henry villo. Ind.. llillv Myers, known as the 'Htrcator Cyclone, of htrcator, ill., was knocked out by Thomas Steward, of Henry ville. The fight was for SlOO and gate receipts. The first official act of Hot. Bradley of Kentucky was the granting of nardon to Oeoriro Ferguson, of Louis vlllo, who, however, has not yet been tried. He was charged with carrying concealed weapons at the recent elec tion. . CROP CONDITIONS, Aeeordlnf to the Cincinnati rnce inr- rent's Weekly Summary. Ci!tci!!UTt, Dec. 12.-The Price Cur cnt summarize th8 crop conditions for the past week as follows: The weather has been somewmn vrv- Ing on wheat. Many sections arc laeK Ing In snow protection. A very dis couraging change is not apparent, how ever. Farmers maintain a confident holding of wheat and oiler very spar ingly. Corn has noi Deen urcBsiuB'.T offered. The general position is not notably changed. The week s pacKing 01 nujru ed to 590.1)00, against n.u.uw ior me corresponding week last year. UTAH'S CONSTITUTION Being Borne to Waihlnf ton for the Presi dent'! Approval. St. Louis, Dec. 13. Hon. J. R. Letcher passed through the city Wednesday night on his way to Wash ington. Mr. Letcher spent the ear ler years of his life in St. Louis. He is a member of the Utah commission, and has gone to the national capital bear ing the new constitution of Utah, to be submitted to President Cleveland for his approval before the territory Is ad mitted as a state. The Enemy Didn't Oet Them. Romk, Dec. 12.Gen. llaratierrs ac count of the battle with the Abbys slnians at Ambalizi, resulting in the "al annihilation of MaJ.Tosse li. force of Italian troops, shows that the Italians threw their cannon, mulea, ammunition, etc., into an abyss in or der to prevent the enemy from captur ing them. Fire at Lan.lnK, Kas. Leavenworth Kas., Dec. 13 -A An broke out at Lansing, where the Kan Ms penitentiary Is located, Wednesday JU! A irrocery store, butcher-rhopTiryltfbnndtwostore-build-ng, owned by e-Depnty Warden John Higglns were destroyed The loss from the fire is W,000; two-third, covered by insurance. . Herr tlmmerman Has No Love for Amer ica. 12. In the reichstag Bermw, Dec. nntl-Semite, deliv Herr zimmer. ., -- th ered a speech .in conucmu -Amcrlean petroleum ring, and thanked fteran Marshall Von Iliebersteln, mln iste of foreign affairs, for the firmness hehadsvvPPO-lnsfAmeric.. Despond"" and Bnlclde. Dfnveb, Col., Dec, l.-Cta".Ma-KntaM, yonnV man who came here Sly from Chicago, comm ted sul Sje at hia lodging-room. Mint of oneyandae6popdenoyl.ppoM4to b the cauBf. In NOTABLE NUPTIALS. Marriage of Mies Emma, William Kocnerener'8 Eldest Daughter, AND DOCTOR 0. HUNTER U'ALPIH, JR., I At Rockwood Hau. Tarrvtown.nn.ttio. Hudson The Third Marriage in the Rockefeller Family Within a Month. Ntw Yor, Dec. 1?. Standing be neath a gorgeous floral canopy, and en vironed by a scene of horticultural splendor in th mnsie room of her father's country palace, Rockwood Hall, Tarrytown-on-the-Hudson, Miss Emma Rockefeller, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Rockefeller, was wedded at noon to Dr. D. Hunter McAl pin, Jr., son of I). Hunter McAlpin, of New York city. It was the third nup tial celebration in the Rockefeller family within a month, and in point of brilliancy, surpassed the two preced ing events. Promptly at noon the bridal proces sion, which formed in a room at the ex treme northern end of the main hall, was begun. First came the choir of St. Bartholomew s church, two abreast, singing, as they filed down the aisle, the processional hymn, "The Voice That Breathed Over Eden," without accompaniment, and when they reached the improvised altar they passed out onto the porch. Following came the ushers, James 0. Gardiner, William Sanderson Itrown, Hen jnmin McAlpin, Dr. Wm. Chitten den, 'Alfred L. Dennis, P. Avery Rockefeller, O. 0. Hennings, John D, Rockefeller, Jr., all dressed in black frock coats, gray trousers, white pearl pins, presents from the irrooin, with gray suede gloves. As the ushers reach' ed the entrance to the bridul room they separated and formed in rows on either side of the ribbon guard. In the wake of the ushers came two little flower girls, Adelia and Sarah Pyle, nieces of the groom, dressed In pink with Gains borough hats and carrying baskets of lilies of the valley. Immediately behind the tots Was the maid of honor, Mrs. Ethel Rockefeller, sister of the bride, wearing a pink dress and hat and carrying a bouquet of lilies of the valley. Then came the bride, escorted by her father. The bridal gown, a rich ivory sntin was made princess fashion and was re unlendcnt with exquisite Venetian lace. As the bridal procession approached the grand hall the nuptial chorus from "Lohengrin" was rendered by the choir and Franko's full orchestra. To the left of the canopy stood the groom with his brother, Charles W. McAlpin, who acted as best man. The groom and his best man were dressed in black frock coats, gray trousers and suede irlovcs, On the approach of tho bride, the groom stepped forward and taking her by the hand, conducted ner 10 in ai tar. takinir a position directly under the floral ranonv. Rev. Dr. Thomas Armltage.of St, Bartholomew's church, New York, assisted by Rev. Dr. Harris, of Yonkcrs, then proceeded with the ceremony. While the betrothal service was being read, the choir sang to or- tran accompaniment the anthem: Oh, Porfet Love." At the conclusion of the marriage ceremony Mendelssohn's wedding march from "Midsummer Night Dream" was rendered by the choir and orchestra. During this rendition the nln remained under the Mtinnv And received the usual con at the conclusion of which the choir sang, assisted by tho nn'limln. the march fromTannhauser, A boufet breakfast was served in the main dining-room, over 400 people ru,itlilrfltirifr. r' " " , . ... i. iV. Miss Emma ttOCKeieuer io daughter of Wm. Rockefeller, who is ,nt.,l tn he worth 8U3.UUIMIIIU. " " 84 years old, highly accomplished, and "Lia a J.-. n AmericVa irrcatest cuiisuiriu "" " considered """". . . . 1.1 . of Tlr. MCA Din IS 3.1 Truro urn, . o"- D H. McAlpin, the millionaire iodbccu manufacturer. He is a practicing phy liclnn of New York city, a professor of Bellevue college and a bo i-nnceuui ,o,l,mt The voung couple received hundreds of beautiful and costly pres ents, A French Marqnle Captures American UelreM1 rmnxNATt. Dec. 13.-The marriage of the Marquis De Chanbrhn, a prom inent attache of the French legation ot Washington, D. C, and Miss Margaret Beeves Nichols, daughter oi nir. -.-lamy Storer by a former marriage was . -j - - tii celebrated at the Church of the lloiy .. nnnn. Father O Rourko ofti- elating, assisted by Bishop Keane oi nnkoio ......... Washington; Arehoisliop " Father Ault. ' ' The bride is one of the heirs ol the Long worth estate Oolden Weddln-. Nkw York, Dec. 13.-Mr. and Mra. Adrian Iselin celebrated, Wednesday evening, their fiftieth wedding anni versary. At this golden wedding re union three generations of Iselms were present. FORMING A COMBINE control all the Barre (Vt.) Granite Quarries. BABHK, Vt., Dec IS'-Agements are now being mane nere . - - pany for the purchase of aU stock com thn lnadiuir granite qi' iu nrime mover ries, but 'i I. understood that the syn A cate will not form unless some quar uicaie wm . tl propound ry owners take stocK iu v r Smoanv. It Is not intended to take c?mpa' ,.t. hut only the quar- ine eniuug i" . --- ....-,. that rymg ""- to crv the Vin ness. 11 " . I1.000.C 000,000 Will oe - FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. (Flm scmIoo.) sex ATI. Washixotox, Dec. 11 Among the numerous bills introduced in the senate during the morning hoar was one by air. r rye (rep. Me.), to provide for the settlement of the Pacinc railroad in debtedness to the government; also one by Mr. Thurston (rep., Neb.), on the same Bubject. Mr. Thurston also In troduced a bill to increase pensions. A resolution win offered by Mr. liana- brongh (rep., X. D.), and agreed to, in structing the secretary of agriculture to report to the senate whether or not he has expended the whele or any part of the appropriation made last session for the purchase and distribution oi seeds and for the printing and dis tributing of "farmers bulletins.' The resolution offered by Mr. Call (dem., Fla.) last Tuesday, relative tc the prevention and suppression ol cruelties and massacres inflicted on the Armenian subjects tn lurkey, wat taken up, and Mr. Call addressed the senate. The resolution was referred to the committee on foreign relations. The senate adjourned until Monday next. llOl'SK. Various executive documents were laid before the house and appropriately referred for action chiefly report of surveys for improvements under the river and harbor act. Also the report river and harbor act. Also the report of coast and geodetic survey for the year 15, Mr. Wheeler (dem., Ala.) offered a joint resolution making Postmaster (ienernl Wm. L. Wilson a regent of the Smithsonian institntion, vice Henry Coppee, deceased, and it was referred to the committee on library. After the disposal of some of the reu tine business, the house resolved Itself Into committee of the whole,, and Mr, Grow (rep., Pa.) addressed It upon the president's reference in hi last mes sage to the Mclunley law. At the conclusion of Sir. Grows speech, which was a contrast of the workings and results of the tariff sys tem lu vogue from 1K61 to 1H'., and of that in vogue since, the comniitte rose, and at 1:3.1 o'clock the house adjourned until Monday next. SUDDEN DEATH Of Mra. B. W. Reabrooke, a South Carolina Attache of the Patent O trice. WasiiihqtoX, Dec. 13. Mrs. H. W, Seabrixike. a clerk In the patent office, died auddenly shortly after entering the building at 9 a. m. Mrs. Seabrooko was In the dressing-room of the office and had just removed her wraps, when she remarked to a ady clerk thnt she felt 111. She dropped on a lounge and in a few moments was dead. Mrs. Setibrooke was a member of distinguished family of that name of South Carolina, having been appointed from Charleston, S. C. She was about 58 years of age, and leaves three daugh ters. Her remains will be taken to South Carolino for interment. A PRISONER KILLED While Leading a Haiti for Mlwrty at the I.oiiUtIIIo (Ky.) WorkhouM, LomsviiAK, Ky., Deo. 13. In a rush for liberty at the workhouse W ednes- day afternoon, James Howard, a negro, who led the escaping prisoners, wns shot dead by the guards. The prison ers were being marched In line to sup- tier when Howard made a dash for the gates, followed by a number of other convicts. The guards fired several shots In the air and the ringleader was finally brought down by Guard Lynch who has been arrested. HORRIBLE FATE Of Rev. John Cmirrove, an Unfrorked rrle.t, at St. Louie. St. Lol'is, Dec. 12. Rev. John Cos- grove, a Catholic clergyman, who was recently unfrocked ny Arcnoisnop nam for Insubordination, was horribly man gled by a terminal switch engine at 11 a. m. When his mutilated body was dragged. crushed and bleeding, from beneath the wheels of the locomotive it was found that both legs had been cut off. i . . . .,, He lingered in grcai agony unm i;ju p. m., when death came to his reliel. A Wild Trolley Car. Bi'RMKOTO!, Ia., Dec. 13. On one of the steep hills here, Wednesday, a big electric motor got beyond control ano dashed down the hill and landed, part ly demolished, In the gutter on one aide of t) principal streets. The nassemrers escaped with bruises and scratches. Tribute to a Fallen soldier. Romk, Doc, 13. The chamber of dep uties paid a touching tribute to the memory of Maj. Toselll, the commanr.er of the Italian column in AbysBinia, .,i,.i. . ili.i.inmtprl bv a surround , , , oruc o Anyl)(niBII8l and who was m the killed. Uliunvia """r Miners Imprlraned bj an Explosion. Rich HiU.. Mo., Dec 12. A terrific explosion occurred at No. 15 mine Wednesday evening, tearing np inings generally and Imprisoning three men in the mine, rnis mine is locaieo. miles south of Rich Hill, and employs 173 men. Cru.hed In the Ir and Sunk. .AmiKRHTni'RO, Ont., Dec. 13. The steamer Calcdona reports that her con sort, the schooner Ueorge v. Adams, was crushed by the Ice off Colchester lieht Wednesday night and sunn in five fathoms of water. , She was loaded with coal. The cre w was rescued. A Poet Pitcher. LomsvitXE, Ky., Dec. -13. Henry Coolldire Scmple, late of Sewanee uni versity, a promising young poet, has been signed by the ljouisvllie liaseDon club as a pitcher. He was regarded last year as the pest college pitcher in the south. ' No Committees Until Neat Week, Wasihsoton, Dec. 12. It Is stated on excellent authority that Speake V Tteed will not announce hi committee ap pointment until the latter part 9! next wKi THE WAR IN CUBA. It 19 Daily Growing More) Beriou for Spain. THE INSUR5EHTS HARASS THE ENEMY, But Cleverly Avoid Conflict, and Ar Wearing th Spanish Soldier Out The Situation Recognised as Otsve in Madrid. Broke Thrones, the apaaUk Maes. N-iW Yohx, Dee. 12. A special from Havana to the Recorder says: The last telegrams received here confirm the report that the Insurgents have suc ceeded in breaking through the double line of fort known as La Trocha, on the border of Santa Clara province. In addition to Maceo'a command, those of Miro, Cebreeo and Wuin- tin Bandoca managed to cross the Spanish linea between Redona and Senchei, and the whole force, 4,000 infantry and 500 cavalry, ha invaded Las Villas. As Maceo' men dashed by they were fired upon by the Redona fort, but little loss was Inflicted upon the insurgents. On their way to Las Villas a battle was cleverly averieu. ing apprised of the rebel leader movement, Oen. Echague sent a col umn to head him off and ordered an. other to follow him uo Maceo, how. vr. was dv no means uminmcu m flirht It was not part of ins plan He wanted to enter Las Villas with as mnnv men aa ne coum , . i.i ............ Ha accordinelv stationed an officer with 100 men in ambush, and hurried ly breaking camp before daylight, when then the pursuing column was only three miles behind hlra, made off at an anirle to elude the other column aent to head him off. Meanwhile the advance guard of th column in rear had fallen back undei th ateadv fire opened upon It by am bushed insurgents. It was supposed that Maceo's whole force was making a stand, and inouen sunemiK ucnj the little band of rebels was thus able to keep the Spaniard in check long enough to enable Maceo to get cleai away, when the survivor aecampeu and rejoined him. With the advancing insurgents are all the members of the provisional government, including Masso, who wa reported to have resignea me viot presldency in consequence of being do posed from his command In the field by Maceo. Th Mtaatlon Extremely Grav. Madrid. Deo. 13. A dispatch from Havana to the Imparclal says! Ad vices received from Santa Clara atate the rebel forces under Gomaa and Maceo have united and arrived, on De cember V. at Ilaex. Their continued advance makes the situation extremely trrave. w . . . ... 1 J A Gen. Jiavarro s column nas arrivea i Plaoetas after a 20 days' march. The men are In a deplorable condition, They are without shoes, and are ao completely exhausted that they will need a lonir rest before 'lliey will ne able to resume active service. The provinces of Santa Clara and Matanzasare defended by 12,000 and 3.000 Spanish troops respectively. Gen. Martinea Lampoa l reported tc hove declared that the Cuban filibus tering committee tn New York had in structed the insurgent in Cuba to pursue the tactics of devastating the country and avoiding battle. PORTO RICO Likely 10 Join Cnba In an Effort to Throw Off the Hpanlnh Yoke, Nr.w York, Dee. 11. A local paper states: In her struggle for independ' ence, Cuba has found a powerful ally In the Island of Porto Rico. Accord' ing to the latest intelligence, Spain now has two insurrections on her hands, or will have if the plans matur ing aro carried into execution. Porto Rico has none so far. It Is said, as lo is sue a declaration of Independence, and will soon join her sister island in the active struggle for liberty. An army is being formed by the separatist party of Porto Rico, and as soon as the lead ers are ready the new campaign will open. IN HER LAST GASP. A Pitiful Appeal From th aufferlnf Ar menians. Lonpos. Dec. 12. The following tele gram from Constantinople, dated De cember 6, and signed by a number of Armenlana In that city, has reached London Armenia Is In her last gasp. The work of extermination continues. The massacred people number 100,000. Half a minion survivors iiyo i"u(c , th t d mountains where 7 . vu j . a million survivors have taken refuge they are feeding upon herbs and roots, Hunger and cold have begun to ravage greatly. In the name of humanity and Christianity, save us. British Conservative Kew.papers Grum bling. Losdow. Dec. J.2. The conservative newspapers are grumbling a great deal at the declaration against protection made by Lord Salisbury on the occa sion of his receiving a deputation headed by the earl of Winchelsea, Wednesday, urging that the govern ment readjust the duty on beer in the Interest ol English growers of hops and barley. Death of French Eilla. Britbskls, Dee. 13. Jean Baptiste Boichot. who was at one time a mem ber of the French legislative assembly, died here Wednesday. He was exiled from France on account of hi political opinion. He wa a colonel in the United States army during the war of the rebellion. French Administration In MadagaKar, Paris, Dec. 12. The offlolal journal oublishes a decree whloh transfers the idmlnlstration of affair In Madaga- ;ar from the (orelta office to eoloeiil ILCiEY T. LREYS, J. 211 Main Street, We represent none and solicit a share of your business. , , 8. WALKER, Prtildcnt. Oreenvlllo, Mi-s. Collections and Correspondence Solicited, ItyAU correpondeno answered aud remittance mad o day reeelyad. Interest Paid on Time Depo3ita. Foreign Exchange on all Civilized' CountrUs. NEW VOKK COIIRESPONDENT: , TST A TTQ-KTAJL, PARK BANK. , A. KVERMAA, ITeddent and Manager. b. W.J. A IK, Secretary. DIRECTORS! I. C. IANR, CwklevH. P .lank, J, U.8MlIU,oleurligasiuuaCo. GRAIN. PROVISIONO, SUGAR, SlOLASSES, jJt CasfcL FxlCQg, Orders f 07 goods not in martiet Offloe: Re. 13 Poplar ftrvet. MISSISSIPPI COTTON OIL CO., GRBENVltLE MILL. SAMUEL NURSE. Mn.6r, ... . u: f i i ; .y Greenville, Mice. 1 ' MANUFACTURERS OF Cotton Seed Oil, Meal, Oil Cake and Lister:, Highest Market Price Paid for Cotton Seed Either Freo on Board Care at Rr llroad Station, or Delivered at Hill. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. H. 8. Brown, President. at. M. Johm, VlcoPresldent. 3?ittsbnrg JOHN B. SCRUGGS, Ilanascr. 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