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REENVIL SCRIPTION, $2.00 Per Annum. Ivi. toll lied Twloo Weeli. S1JS MONTHS, tl OL. XXVIII. GREENVILLE, WASHINGTON COUNTY, MISS., SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1806. no. n. tl J 1 I 1 u I v ;roe doctrine. Da via, of Minnesota, Haa -"spared a Resolution, 3 AS LANGUAGE CAN MAKE IT, t of th American Claim That .inciple of the Monroe D I oe Are Applicable to th Veneauelan Dispute. bk, Jan. 15. A Sun special hlngton says; Davis, of Minnesota, a nirn I foreign relation eomtait f as a sub-coin initte of ene, red a resolution on the Mon ne, which will be submitted - leetinjr of the fort-ijjn rela Dittee. The resolution la as ' language can make it la aup Anuricm claim that the of the Mouroe doctrine an to the present dispute with aver the boundary line be jrat Britain and Venezuela, res that the doctrine should d to the fullest extent at all nernlly understood that there two tneinlwrs of the comrait HU rote against the adoption loliition. One of these is Mr, in'l'una, and the other Mr, fe-laware. The latter isstronjf A to the attitude of the ad lion on the Venezuelan quea does not approve of the sen !h regard to It that has taken B of the American eon 1 the American people. I.Ike ao believe as he he does, hoW nator ((ray has hesitated to l opposition known. It Is tin ,.' In the senate that Messrs. and Gray will not make a f report on the resolution with to the Monroe doctrine, but tent themselves with voting I In eommlttee, and probably r against It on the floor of the hen it comes tip for discus- 1 Morgan, of Alabama; Daniel, pin, ana Mills, of Texas, the mocrata on the foreign rela Itnlttee, will, It is understood, ;lie Davis resolution, ped by the foreign relations e to have tholr resolutions for debate as soon as the Ira fiiscussion of the free coinage fur the house bond bill la way. There arc a few sena te chamber who are disposed .heir antagonism to the Vene llcy of the administration, t probable that very few of II have the temerity to do so. is one man, however, who Is , opposed to everything that said and done with the Vene- jtiestlon since the president t message and the diplomatic ndence to congress, and this 1st .Wolcott, of Colorado. Ho is laid to say what ho thinks, and refore possible that he will en ihe Semite with one of his clo pceehes, during which he will Bsion to criticise, those who be lt the Monroe doctrine is ap- to the present dispute and t he regard! as a proper con it of it. STOLE A MARCH. t (noon Dlnd Mayor Mmrall Took PoSH(llotl. tos, Ky., Jan. 15. Wh"'e 8. in was at dinner Tucsy J. II took a locksmith and entered ir's office, taking possession, defeated Duncan at the recent I, but the luttcr claimed he was ' two years ago for four years, l his term would not expire o years hence. Shnrall was a a weelc ago, but Duncan re il vacate, and brought suit '. Simrall for usurping the ofHce IT. The city council, Monday passod a joint resolution lu ff Mayor Nimrall to take pos j)f the ofllcc. When Duncan he oRlce occupied he good na Walked away. JCTIVE AND DANGEROUS ol the S. 8. Jewett Co. Stove raw at Buffalo Lom, 0 '430,000. i.o, N. Y., Jan. 15. The large Me of the 8. 8. Jcwett & Co., anufacturers, at the corner of ppl aud Perry streets, was to stayed by fire Tuesday night. I is ahout S'.'SO.OOO, fully insured, iting of the flames was fraught ie greatest danger to the fire the falling walls of the bulld t, from the start, a foregone the enormous weight of idiandise stored in the ware ing fully 1,500,000 ponnda, Forker roranlljr Chosen Sena 4 tor. Bra, 0., Jan. 15. In the joint of the Benate and house, at le minutes of the two branches id showing that ex-Gov. Font 1 received a majority of the each branch, and he was de fected United 8tate3 senator fcd Calvin S. Brlce. His term larch 4, 1897. I Bank tailor. oiks, la., Jan. 15. The Bank lerce of this city has failed. It nail private institution in Cnl place, and had been organized out three months. The depos imber 300, and the amount of l is IS. 000, mostly the funds of ;s In Drake university. ( a Third Brtdg at St. tools. tij8TO!f, Jan. . 15. A bill au nt? the East Ht. Louis and 8t. I'ridtfe and Construction Co. to a bridge Over the Mississippi t St. Louis was formally report i) the senate committee on corn and platted e Ma senate oaUu OTHERWISE UNNOTICED Dr. Jamiesoa is to be taken to En gland for trial. Bill Doolln, the outlaw, is wider ar rest at Eureka Springs, Ark. VV. L. Moody, brother of the evangel ist, died in a Kansas City (Mo.) hospi tal. The new Russian add Ecuadorian ministers were received by President Cleveland. The Iowa delegation in eongress has indorsed Allison as their candidate for president. Congressman Cobb, of Missouri, has introduced a bill for the restriction of immigration. The Colorado Editorial association held lis annual session in the Lead Vllle ice palace. - . Warrants charging whltecapplng arc out for 10 prominent men of t rittvn dea county, Ky. W, II. Wescott, of Bureau county, 111., died at Malcolm, Ark., Wednes day, aged 54 years, Mrs. Sarah Wagoner, on trial for murder at Salem, III., was released) M the state did not make a case. John i. Peak, the new minister to Switzerland, Is in Washington to get his instructions for his new work. Charles A. Millman is on trial in Kansas City, Mo., charged with admin istering poison to Election Judge Fen ton. The Indiana reform school for boys at l'lalnflcld has been quarantined on account of the prevalence of scarlet fever. . President Cleveland has reappointed Engineer Melville, of the navy, to be chief engineer, with the rank of Boat' ntodora, Mrs. Jemima rltatett, for to years a a citizen of Cass county, 111., and a well-known pioneer, died at Virginia, aged BO. It was the German ship Xerans that sank tho steamer Cesgar off Ramsgate, England, causing the drowning of Bine' teen sailors, Maj. 8, 0, W. Brandon, a candidate for mayor of Clarksville, Tenn., has been arrested on a charge of violating the pension Ittws. Wiley Cavanaugh tried to intimidate his wife's relatives with a gun at Ar- cola, 111. Ho is reflecting upon his foolishness In Jail. The election committee of the house ha reported In favor of seating Mc Clelland, democrat, from the Twelfth New York district. Gen. Gomez and escort, surrounded by Spanish Infantry the other day, eul their way out, Gomez killing five men with his own hand. Commander Ball Upton Booth of tin American Salvation Army has been re called to London, notwithstanding In is now an American citizen. Senator Allison was renominated bj the unanimous vote of the Iowa repub lican legislative caucus to succeed himself as United States senator. Fifteen hundred of Now York city ' saloons are likely to bo knocked out by a judiobtl ruling of the court of ap peals forbidding the licensing of a sa loon within TOO feet of a church or school building. E. G. Engllng, Jr., a St. Louis plum ber, and one of the principal witnesses for the state in the Duestrow murder trial at Union, Mo., is suffering froms remarkable lapie of memory with re gard to the crime. He appears to re collect everything else. FATAL COLLISION Oa th. Panhandle Rallwav at Collier's Sta tion, O. STKirBKimrx, O., Jan. 10. At 2 a.m., vfhdo a shifting engine at Collier's station, on tho Panhandle railway, was pushing a train of empty cars on a sidetrack, one of the cars jumped the rails and ran over onto the main line, almost directly In front of a through passenger train approaching at full speed. A collision resulted, in which Albert Rogers, of East Liverpool, O., brakeman on the passenger train, was instantly killed. Jomes Conroy, of Pittsburgh, engineer of the passenger train, was severely in jured, but will recover. HAVANA NEARLY ISOLATED. Connanl ration with the Interior Cat OA by tho Inmrx-ent. Madrid, Jan. 19. A dispatch from Havana says that the rebels have shut off all means of communication with tho Interior except by the short rail road from Havana to Tarlnnas. Tin telegraph wires are all cnt, and the railway tracks torn up, and tho onlj means of official communication with the outlying provinces is by means ol steamship. The principal Insurgenl leaders are said to be. going westward accompanying convoys of arms ant' auunuuiticn. SOLD DISEASED HOGS. Terrible Reen.te Followlnf an Iowa Farm er's Cnlpable Act. Wkbstkr Citt, la., Jan. lfl. Han Ericson, a farmer living six miles north of Belmond, sold a load of diseased hogs at Goodell Tuesday. He was ar rested Wednesday, and when the arrest was made he became a raving maniac, trying by all the means in his power tc Injure and kill those who arrested him. Mrs. Ericson was on the street In Belmond when she was told of her hus band's arrest. The shock caused hei instant death. Empire SUlo BapnMlcan Editors In Conn. New Yori, Jan. 18. The third an nual meeting of the Republican Edi torial association f the state wai opened at 11 a, m. ct the Fifth Avenue hotel. The object of tho gathering was to find out the best method bj which the interests of the republican party may bo advanced. Death of Con.nl Jonas. ' Uacisk, VIj,, Jan. 18. A cablograrr from Pii(?ufl announces thu dutta oi Charles Jonas, of this city, VaVfi IMPORTANT ROUNDUP "Ttn Df a Gang of fen Counterfeiters In New York Oitjr. A MONTH'S CAREFUL INVESTIGATION Cave Chief Hasea of the Secret Service the Ctewa to Work Upon -The Gang Composed of a Bad Lot of Italians. ITw Yoiw, Jan. l.-After a month'a careful and secret Investigation, Chief Hazen of the United States seartsrY ice bureau and several secret service deWctivcs Wednesday night captured a band of tea Cddntei'feiter Atnotlg the prisoners is Niedlo Toraato, the al leged chief of the mafia in the Tailed States, and Frank Digeroglia, who was born In the king's palace In Italy, and has lieen in th coil n try ouly about aevea months, f He other arrests ar eldally Important, and Chief Hazen ha evidence of their having handled or passed spurious five-dollar cert id eates bearing the Grant vignette. When surprised all the men showed light and drew big revolvers, stilettos and razors upon the secret service agents. They were disarmed, how ever, and arrested. At No. It Roosevelt street, the head quarters of the gang, where Tor an to and his wife were caught, were fottrld a large number of Counterfeit bill, The prisoners were taken before Catted States Commissioner Shields and held for examination. The detectives say that they learned that the gang had the counterfeits made In Italy and shipped to this conn try in boxes containing groceries. For a long time the bills passed the custom house as macaroni. This was discov ered, and the bills were sent In tmoni other kinds of groceries. The bogus OUU are cleverly -executed counterfeits. THE DOLPHIN MaklaB a Tkorang-h anrvev ( the 0H of Anatlqao. Washington, Jan. 18, The dispatch boat Dolphin, so frequently called the "President's yacht," though President Cleveland has never boarded her, ex cept during the Columbian naval pa rade In New York, la doing good service In making an accurate survey of the gulf of Amitique, where some uncharted sand bars had been touched during the past year by the American steamers running regularly to Puerto Barrios, the At lantio termlntl of the Gnatoraila rail way. This duty was aastgned to the Dolphin about a month ago, as stated in United Press dispatches at that time, on the receipt of a letter from the Guatcma)an minister, transmitting complaints of the steamship companies, which are afraid to risk tucir vessels In a harbor that could not be navigated with certainty. It Is expected that the Dolphin will complete her work in a few weeks. She Is the only vessel whose light draught qualifies ber for the work. OPPOSED TO FUSION. An Addnm Ioned to the "Mlddle-of-the-Road" Fopullt. of Kamu. Topeka. Kas., Jan. 19. 0. C. Clemens, the recojnlzad leader of tho "middle- of-the-rond" element of tho populist party In Kansas, Is out with an ad dress to the people opposing Chairman Taubeneck's national fusion proposi tion on the ono Issue of silver. He brands it as a scheme to deliver tho people's party into the hands of the spoils hunter, and says it would make a po litical machine ont of a party which had Its Inspiration in reform. He calls upon the people to be faithful to tho Omaha platform, and to view with sus picion all who encourage fusion with any other political organization. ANGRY SALVATIONISTS. Die Recall of Commander Booth Die plrnses the American Army. Nkw York, Jan. 18. The Solvation army here is angry over the recall to England of Commander Balllngton Booth, who for nine years haa been In supreme command of the Salvation army in the United States. It is f cored that the retirement of Commander Booth and his wife marks the begin ning of a new policy In the London headquarters. It is feared also that the army in Americi, which has been built up largely by Commander Booth's personal influence, will suffer II he is superseded. A vigorous protest will probably be made. STATUE OF GEN. POE To fee Erected at the Boo Canal bv the Lake Carriers' Association. DsTBorr, Mich., Jan. 18. The Lake Carriers' association, at its session here, appointed a committee of ten, of which Gen. R. A. Alger was made a member, to formulate a plan to rals? the neces sary funds to erect a statue at the new Soo canal of the lata Gen. O. M. Poe. The committee was given power to act for the association. A resolution was adopted urging that the pension bill now pending in con gress for the relief of the widow of Gen. Poe be passed without delay. Wanted for Dnsmltlnr. CbicaoO, Jan. 18. Michael Spiero, who Is said to be a member of the mafia, and who la wanted in Hizolton, Pa., on a charge of dynamiting a boardinghouso, was taken cast Wednes day night by ofilcere from that place. An effort was mads to obtain his re lease on a writ of habeas corpns, but the officers got away with him. . Will Meet la Kan Francisco. Chtcaoo, Jan, 18, Announcement Is made that the committee of oHeers of the National Womans' Christian Tom peranee union appointed to eleot a lacatlon for the next national conven tion, hns decided to accept tUe. inviU tics torn t)n fringe FlFTY-FfcURTH CONGRESS. (Frrtt Beaiionl SSJtAf i. WisiilXG-fo, Jan. 18. Mr Allerl (pop;, Neb.) called attention to the ad verse repVrft niade yesterday by Mr'; Sherman (feji.,d.), frdm Ihe committee" on foreign relations, on hU (Allen's) bill providing the acceptance by ad American citizen of a title or degree b honor from a government, and asked the senate, Instead of its being post poned Indefinitely, aa was ordered yes terday, it be placed on calendar. No objdetion was made, and Mr. Allen's request was compiled with. Mr. Hansbrongh (rep., N. O.), from the committee on agriculture and forestry, reported a Joint resolution di recting the secretary of agriculture to carry Into effect t he provisions of law lit relation to the distribution of seeds and of farmer's bulletins. Calendar, Mr. Cullom (rep., lit.) offered a res olution, which was agreed to, calling Oh the secretary of state for Informa tion as to whether naturalized citizens Of Arrr.ftr.m birth are allowed to Visit Turkey, and whether United states pass porta held by them are recognized by tl tent; also whether the such Armenian naturalized residing in Turkey are permitted to leave that country under the usual protection. Mr. Call (dem., Fla.) offered a resolu tion calling on the secretary of state for copies of dispatches of United States consuls in Cuba relating to the war how being carried on in that Island. The resolution was laid on the table for the present, upon objections of Mr. Sherman (rep., 0.), and Mr. Piatt (rep., Conn.). ttot'sie, Immediately after the rending of the journal in the hou e to-day Mr. 0 ow (rep., Pa.) rose to a question of privi lege to refute certain statements con tained in a pamphlet issued by the New York chamber of commeree, but after tome debate he was ruled out oi order. Mr. Sherman (dem., N. Y.) favorably reported a resolution offered by Mr. Cannon (rep., Utah) asking the secre tary of tie Interior the probable time that certain lands within the Uncom pahgre reservation in Utah, known as the Asphalt lands, will be restored to the public domains. The resolution was agreed to. W. A. Stone (dem., Pa.) called up the pension appropriation bill for further consideration In the committee of the whole. He stated that, pursuant to the request of numerous members who still desired to discuss the bill, It had beon decided to let general debate run on to-day, and to-morrow take It up under the five-minute rule. BLAME THE RaTlWAYCOMPANY for Ihe Council Bluff, (la.) Fir of De cember IS !.. Corsrii. Bi.urrs, la., Jan. 18. On th night of December 13 last the whole sale implement establishments of Dee e, Wells A Co. and the Weir Plow Co. were destroyed by firs, entailing a loss of nearly INOO.OOO. The origin of the fire was at first unknown, but since that time the representatives of the insurance comptnles have been investigating, and now claim that the responsibility rests on the Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul Railway Co., by reason of the fire catching from rubbish which was be ing burned by tho employes of that company ou the company's tracks close to the sceno of the fire. The Insur ance men claim to have obtained snffl cient proof of the liability of the rond and say they will institute damage suits to recover ths amount of the in surancewhich nggregatea JlO0,O0O. BITTER AGAINST CAMPOS. . Havana Spaniards Dl.pteiund and Talk ol Lynching Him New York, Jan. 18. The Hcrnld's Havana cable, via Key West, says there was great excitement on tho exchange Wednesday morning. Much seditions talk was Indulged in. A proposition to lynch Gen. Martinez Campos if he did not resign met with general approval. Tho Spanish sentiment against him Is increasing hourly, and trouble is feared. Several foreign vessels in the port, by direction of their consignees, have suspended the work of discharging cargoes, to await the outcome of the affair. PREPARING FOR REPRISALS In Case the Kentaeky H-ine I'neeaU Dem oera's. FBAKKroRr, Ky Jan. 16. The sen ate appointed a committee to Investi gate the eligibility of Senators James, Jones and Dingus, in order to be able to unseat them in case republicans in the house carry out their programme of unseating three democrats. It was also provided that this committee should be privileged to report at any moment. The senators named are charged with riding on railroad passes. The law prohibits any state official from accepting such favors. ' THE PRU3SIAN PRESS Opposed ta an Entente Between Raul and England, St. Petrbsburo, Jan. 18. The lead ing Russian newspapers are nnanlmous in protesting t gainst the establishment of an en tents between Eugland and Russia, in regard to the Transvaal or upon any other question. The Moskowski Viedomoste (Moscow Gazette) nrges Germany to curb Great Britain's aggressive policy in Africa, War ea hands Law Violators. St. Joseph, Mo., Jan. 18. The Mu nicipal league has opsned a war on all violators of the Sunday law. Especially is the attack directed against Sunday baseball, and the indications are that there will be seriota trouble. ;,. ' A Heavy Shortage, MorsT Vsbsos, lnd,,Jan. 18 The shortage of Albert Wade, the abscond lng ssMHtant eaithiar of tho First ua tional bank of this glty, pUiV? fen FIVE BOLD ROBBERS Sold tfp A Mkeditft Pftotflo Fralcht Train at Nwsaaa, Ma ; ALk Gf Trln TrUil CREW WERE RC83E0. They Had juai Received Their PayV 04 the Robbers Mad i Pretty Fait , Haul and Mada Their Escape , - . With Their Booty. Nevada, Mo., Jan. IS. A bold rob bery wa committed Wednesday night at 9:30 o'clock at Nassao, IH mile south of this city. It was payday on the Missouri Pacific, and five rob bers, with handkerchiefs over their faces, board! a Missouri- Paci fic freight train at this city, and when the train stopped at the junction, they held np and -robbed Engineer R. G. Campbell, Brakeman J. O. Sumner, Kinsey J. Hill and Frank Roberta. Conductor Robert O. Trlckett. Turkish govern' of Butler, was also amona- the robbed. milium ui I sou ouring ine noiaup one oi tne roo nl citizens bers shot bird in the none and face. Five gold watches and something like S300 in cash and checks were taken from the railroad men. - The robbery was undoubtedly com mitted by railroad men, jndgtng from their knowledge of the train and theli free use of railroad slang- After the robbery the highwaymen made their escape. ' The train was at once backed np tc this city and the robbery reported Officer went to the aosne of the robbery on aa engine, but the highwaymen had make good their escape. An organized gang of thieves are no doubt working In this aection, a within the past week four stores have been burglarized In thto city, and an equal number of robbertot ar reported at Fort Scott, SO mile west of here. On Tuesday night the ticket agent at Riehards was held np and robbed by three masked men, who were heavily armed. It is thought by the officers that the same gang com mitted all these robberies. A SERIOUS FAILURE. The Liabilities of Keen, ftattorlee Cev May Exceed Fe Millions. Piiilapki.phia, Pa., Jan. 18. The leather trade of this city has been thrown into a state of consternation by the announcement that the liabili ties of Keen, Sutterlee A Co., loathe! dealers and importers, who failed few days since, will reach, If they do not exceed, f t.OOO.OOO. This statement is made by leather merchants of the highest commercial . standing, who affirm that leather was only one of the various commodities 'handled by the firm. They were heavy importer of goat skins, chemicals, coffees, wool and hides, most of which came from South American ports. FRANCIS MARION DRAKE Inaug-urstert Oovereorof low la th Pre. enee of Thoa.nndfc Dm MolNrs, la.. Jan. 18. Francis Marlon Drake was Inaugurated gov ernor of Iowa in the rotunda of the capitol building in the presence of thousands of spectators and both branches of the general as sembly. Seated oa the Btage were Chief Justice Rothroctt, Speaker Byora of the house, ex-uov. Jackson, ex Lieut. -Gov. Dungan, Senator Allison and Gen, J. 8. Clarkson. The exer cises commenced at 2:30, and upon the administration of the oath of office by chief justice, Gov. Drake delivered his Inaugural address. CUT IN WAGES of Employes of the We.tlaf hense Klee- trie Co. at Ka.t r!tt.bur-h. Pa. PrrrsBTBOH, Pa., Jan. 18. This morn ing ?S0 man and lM women.employesof tho Westingheuse Electric Co. In East Pittsburgh, were notified of 25 per cent, reduction . in their wages. At noon they deeided that the reduction waa unjust, since for some time they have been able t) make only half time, and quit work in a body. It is rumored that wage re ductions in other departments will be orcercd to-morrow, and that the 1,000 men affected will also refuse to con tinue Work. RECOVERY BARRED. The Statute of Limitation Btsnd. In the Wny of Mr. Comb. Jackson, Ky., Jan. 18. B. Fulton French, leader of the French faction of the French-Eversolo feud, haa been sued in the Ferry circuit court at Hazard for 110,000 dr mages for the as sassination by the French faction of County Judge Joslah Combs, for which French haa been indicted as an acces sory. The suit was brought by the widow of the victim, but recovery can not be had on account of the statute of limitation. A SUNKEN SCHOONER. It Mast Discovered Pro trading- From the Water Where' th CrewT Chatham, Mass., Jan. 18. At day light a moat of a three-masted schooner was discovered protruding from the water to the westward of Schovelful lightship. . It Is thought that the vessel was sunk by collision. A life-saving crew has gone to the scene of the disaster, The identity of the craft or fat of the crew is not known, i Elected President of ihe French ftenaa. Paris, Jan. 18. M. Eoile Lou bet, formerly prima minister of France, minister of ths interior, minister of public works, was elected president of the senate Th Maryland Heaaiorshln. Ahkai-oms, Md Jan. 18. To-day's ballot for United State senator ta uo uoad Mr. Gibson was not materially changed. r, owjpired, wuu yrrdy'i USNBY T. JJtETS, J. Al.Fr.ED I!. - General lint! Aiils, 211 t!ain Strest, GREENVILLE, We represent none but reliable compar.iz:i and solicit a share of your business. i. 8. WALKER, Prttldcat, 8. CLANE, C ' His ail Pitt IT Greenville, Miss. Collections and Correspondence Soliciizi. 6All corrcspoudeuoa answered tad remltUnce made on day recc'.r: '.. Interest Paid on Time Deposit::. Foreign Exchange on all Civilized Cour.trizz . . NEW YOKK COR BESruN DENT i DSTATIOlsrAX, PAEK BANr. W.A. EVERHAil. . b.t.LA, r. I Pretident and Manager. (secretary. n ntKEGTORBi I. 0. LANR, Cashier If . A P. 3nk, . A .TtM'W.er !. Gldtta t, I 1, l. B4lirU.elUliDt ASombCo. 11 P. UAMOat. in hrir'.Vi nV- m WHOLESALE DIALERS IS GREENVll-lVE, SCGAB.'COLASSGS, RAILS AD HL".-. At Oao3a. ZPrlccs, Orders for goods not in their line tiled at hz, market prices. Oils: K. U rop! Slnet. Wsrehon- Crcilm a. A D. d T. A M.T. BjIIvolJ MISSISSIPPI COTTON OIL CO., GREEN" VILLE MILL. SAMUEL NURSE. Uanager, Greenville, Mic. MANUFACTURERS OF Cotton Seed Oil, Meal, Oil Caka cr.d Lir.t:::, Highest Market Price Paid for Cotton Sesd Either Free on Board Can at Rrilroad Statiou, or Delivered at ll'.X CORRESPONDENCE BOLICITED. 8. S. Brows, President. at. at, Joku, Vlco-Frcsldcnt. C. B. Ktas, Beo'y and Tkia R. R, Si-kid, Oen'l Hunter JOHN D. QCHUGGS, lias:-:?. COAL AND WOOD First Pool Pittsburg Coal, the lest in the markc. supplied to bleamboats, Railroads, Machinists and Families. Office near Foot of Main Street, GREEXYILLF. Mm. JO0.17ALL, J: rf mil Winn ffmltsL ij uuu uiuwuiuw ii via GREENVILLE, MISS. Cnginet, Boilers and PumpsC,. AT FACTORY PRICE A. MACHINIST OF ALL KINDS BUILT TO ORDEH, AND EEP A1ZS t 'J AT PRICES TO SUIT THK TIMES. KEEP OS HANI) Governors, Inspirators, Steam Gage Pipe all. Fillings, CLam. Pulloyi tud Boies, Couplings and Grate Bin, and McCormick Mower. Smoke-stacks and Breechings made to order cn ' short notice, at Memphis' prices. ESTIMATE MADE OR REPAIRS WITHOUT 0aA.Zt3. Work opposite Georgia Pacific Depot, Oldest in the Bellr Both tho Houso and tho Liqucu c M. POHL, ' THSO. OlSClli, Manager, (put Age all Competitc: Wholesale department stocked with t : ' all brands of L ttjuor and Tobacco. CALIFORNIA I IKE SO CHEAP THAT Alt CAN AFFCr.3 C l " ' ........ WBl.ttigtoii, Avoutie, GREENVILLE Mr".