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WEDXESDAT, JANUARY 22, I89S. President Hextar D Lane, of the Cotton Grower7 Protective Aseocla tion, ia alo president of the Cotton Grower Convention, now Id eeaeioa ia Memphis, and speaks very hopeful ly of the future of the cotton indostry aa well a of the effect of the conven tion on the reduction of cotton acreage. The object of the meeting ia to eecare an agreement or concert of action by the plan tort of the south for the reduction of the cotton acreage, it having been demonstrated quite clear ly by the experience of the past year that a dtcreato in production ia fol lowed by a corresponding rite in price, being a logical conclusion which it evident to all, and a warning that cot ton, like all other products, la govern ed by the inflexible rulet of tupply and demand. The Increased price, following an in adequate, or, at least, not excessive production, hat bad the natural ef fect of arousing the cupidity of many, and threaten to give place thit year to an ouerwhelmlng crop. The con vention it called for the purpose of chocking this ditpotltlou, and tbowlug to planter that It it to the advantage of all to nulte In keeping the comiug crop withiu bounds. If it were possi ble for one or ten or a hundred plan ter to put In an overwhelming crop and realize big price !t would be ab urd to try to restraiu them by force or persuasion from doing so ; but if oue man in a neighborhood plauts a tre mendous crop hit neighbor ia not go ing to be left behind in the raee ; and at with individuals, to with couutiet and states. The selfish but natural argument that at no body else It goiug to plant much cotton yon will do 10 I threatening to pnt the cotton Indastry back to the point at which it ttood during the year 1891. aud unless a concert of action can be obtained the fatal course of an all cotton crop will be pursued and all the advantage ob tained will be lost. In regard to the effect on cotton in case of war with England President Lane tayt be doet not regard tuch a war at a possibility principally on account of the commer cial ties between the two countries, but believe it would create an unusual activity In the industry, a Eugland would try to obtain possesion or a much cotton a possible before war waa declared, and the remainder would be easily consumed by the mill of lhi country. The fact that every year the celebra tion of Robert E. Lee' birthday grows more general It creditable to the peo ple of the Sontb. It provet that they are rising to a further appreciation of tae most perfect character in history, Atlanta Journal. Even if General Lee were not the leader of the army of the Confeder acyIf he were not admitted, even by bit foes, to be one of the greatest military genluie the ceutury bat pro duced, or even that all history exhib its, his name and memory demand the honor and love of mankind as an ex ample of all that 1 pure and high In human character aa nearly perfect as ia given man to bo an almost flawless record of the godlike qualities which were bestowed when man was created In the Image of Perfection, and made little lower than the angels. "Our Dumb Animals' it an ami able and harmless if tome what cranky visitor to thiTniEs office, and lit latest Issue it devoted to hysterical protests against war with England. 5o vehement are its objections that tbey would seem to be inspired more by abject terror than by philanthropic cal considerations. Here it a sample editorial sentence: We think that in onr nresent can dillon it weald be on our part like a uiu oetwoen a primary school boy wuu m ouncn or nre cracker and a tix root policeman armed with dub ana revolver." The South Calolina legislature has taken a hint from Attorney General Frank Johnson of Mississippi, and has an anti lynching bill before it which provides that in all case of lynching where death ensue the county In which the lynching take place shall be liable In exemplary damages in a turn not lest tban $ 2 000, to be recovered! n a competent court by the legal repre- tentative! of the person lynched. The bill hat passed the house of representa tive. It announced that the Pope, through Cardinal Satolll,hat aaade to Presi dent Cleveland a semi official offer to act aa arbitrator In the Venezuelan dispute. It it.'tobe hoped that the offer will be acceptable to both parties, although It beglnt to look at if Eug land't chosen arbitrator was her heavy artillery. Chicago bat been chosen at the place for holding the Democratio Con vention, and July la selected as the date. The contest between Chicago, New York, Cincinnati and 81 Louis waa a Spirited one, the State vote of Mississippi being cast for St. Louis. It Savea Uvea Every Day. ThonMnii or cases of Consumption, Asthma, Ganglia, Colds aad Crenp are rnred ererr da r faUoh's Mrs, get sals kr B, 0, flaky, SOLE AGENTS AJtO Headquarters for G EXCISE JAS. E. PEPPER, OLD FORESTER, PAXTOS PRIVATE STOCK, OLD EDGEWOOD, J EFT DAVIS. THREE FEATHER, McBRAYER, OSCAR PEPPER And other well known brands of WHISKIES. H. SCOTT, Proprietor. J. SCOTT. Manager. We have added a WHOLESALE DEPABTMENT to the OLD RELIAJB LiE COTTON EXCHANGE SALOON. Your orders solicited for anything in the Liquor line FROM A BOTTLE TO A BARREL First-class Free Lunch served every day. P O Box 166 219 Washington Avenue, QEEEITVTLLi:, ILvdISS. MiAmtnifc TIX ClTBIlttfi ITM Tb unanimity with which England and France comment on the new Men roe Doctrine, aa promulgated by the Seuate, point clearly toward the tabliahineut of an entente between those two powers, and their mutual determination to ignore it should oc casion arise. Prominent French news- papera declare that the effect of the proposed expansion of the doctrine may be to dose European ports to America, while those of England claim that it will have the effect of a declara tion of war by the United States agalufl that couutry. The situation Is rendered still mdre critical by the report that the island of Cuba has been purchased by England a report as ret unconfirmed, but which had the effect of creatiug a great deal of ex- cltemeut aud consternation at Wash ington. I is claimed that the British squadron la now moving toward Cuba, aud that the governor of Florida has ordered the troops of that state to take the field at a momeut'a notice, Wby this precipitate action on the part of the government of Florida should be taken doet not appear, but the purchase of Cuba, coming almost simultaneously with the prom nlgation of the Monroe doctrine, makee it almost impossible to avoid a clash, except by a de liberate and rather Ignoble back down. The purchase of Cuba, if true, ia an open and contempt ous ignoring or American pre tensions, and an act of "foreign Inter- ference" In the affaire of the Western hemisphere beside which the claim of a strip of Venezuelan swamp becomes paltry. It I practically a notice to America that England utterly disre gard and hold m Monroe doctrine In (corn, and propose to puriu her coarse in calm defiance of It. The recognition of Cuba a aa independ' ent itate it now being considered by Congress Indeed, may be said to be upon the point of declaration. a long and fruitless effort to sup press the rebellion Is aboat to re sult in Cuba's lndepeadence. She ha practically freed herself from Spanish thralldora by force of arms, and the sale to Croat Britain, if made, ha no paralled In history. It would be a great thing for Cuba, torn by factious, bliuded by Ignorance, aud Incapable of self government in a re publican form, to fall under the wise and strong control of a mighty clvi lizing power like England or the United States, but the United States don't want the responsibility would not have it at any price. Nevertheless, there it the awkward Monroe doctrine. No other power must have control, and Cuba may ob tain a to called Independence only to sink Into the condition of Haytl. The doctrine ha lta lnconitttent features, all mutt admit, and President Monroe hat unquestionably left a heritage of trouble to posterity in bit famout prln. ciplt. Catarrh Cured, Health and sweet breath secured, by Sblloh's Hi Catarrh Re Jectr free. lei. Price tO UlU Xaaal In. or hi lyi.u, unlay Leave orders at ike Irlin&ton Hotel for Bus and transferrins Bag gaie; also for parties ana ineatre calls. M. ECKSTOME. Tie inerlcu Hover. A newspaper man who hat traveled extensively East and West, says: The habit of Moving it still ttrong In the American people, or it may be that it it the climate, lor natives and new- eomsrs posses It alike. Many of the coange maae, doubtless, are in process or Detterment, bnt many other appear to be jutt for the chance take. Lett week a cartv of Kentuekv and West Virginia farmers patted Ihroagh Kansas City on their war to settle in Kansas. Very Ilkelr thev puseu on ineir journey west a large party of farmer from Kansas, No- rasaa, ana Illinois, who itarted recently to find new home in Vlr. ginla and Georgia. And in the tame week some families In Russell Connty, Kansas, were preparing to join a colony of ex-Kansant in Wyoming. Bach migration from one State to another are conttantlr In ores-rasa. and usually they are la the nature of a timpie interchange of Inhabitants." The average American livet in more honset in a lifetime thai the European doet la a century. - A Natural Beutifler. Karl's Clerer Knmi Tu earlflaa ike ua4 -.4 flTHi elMT and bMBtlM eoapltxios. Fat salt by B. D, Fialaj. Bee B. D. Finley and bur a bottle of Howtley't Spaying Mixture, guaran teed to do the work at a cost of 8 to 10 cents per bead ; no knife, no death. For particular! write the Ho wtley Spaying Company, New Or leant, or tee Finley when la town. The following it the text of the famout resolution that may Involve us In war at any time with any nation and can scarcely be construed to mean anything else than a practical gulping of the whole Ws'tern hemisphere by the Uuited States. It little becomee u lo protest against British greed and rapacity when we, at one fell swoop, swallow aa entire coutiueul aud tbe adjoining isles of the sea: "Therefore, be It resolved, Tbat the United Statea of America rsaflirmt and confirms tbe doetrlues aud prin ciples promulgated by President Mon roe in bis messsge of December 2, 1823, and declares tbat it will assert and maintain tbat doctrine and those principles aud will regard any iu frlngorneut thereof and particularly any attempt by any Europeu power to take or acquire any islands adi cent thereto for auy right of sover eignty or dominion in the same In any case or iustauce a to which the Uuited State (ball deem tuch attempt to be dangerous to It peace or safety by or through force, purchase, cession, occupation, pledge, colonizatlou, pro tectorate or by control or tbe ease- mout in caual or auy other means of transit across tbe Americau isthmus, whether ou unfounded preteueion of rignt in cases of alleged boundary dis putes, or under other unfounded pre tension, a tbe manifestation of an afrleudly ditpotltlou toward tbe United State aud a an iuterposition which would be impossible in any form for tbe United States to regard with Indifference." ARE NOT FULL CITIZENS, Itaaa Iadlaae IUts Mot Obtalaed Bmsi Their Laaae. The action of the United States court at Phoenix, A. T in ruling- that tha rima maims ar United States cltiieme. does not, according to Indian bureau view, affect their status. They still re main reservation Indian, and under of flcial rulings do not baoome full-fled.! eitUens until the regular statutory re quirements are fulfilled and they re ceive) final deeds to their lands, which cannot be obtained for 25 years after allotment Th Plmae, who number about 4,aoo, are not officially regarded aa In readiness to assume citlnnihln obligations and rlghte. They are self tupporting, but lire in nrlmhlve nn i decision Is believed to tie bud on the treaty ol Guadeloupe Hidalgo, oadlsg the region of which th reserva tion U a part, to this country, when Spain gar the Indians the alternatlva of oroasur into Mexloo or hevnmlna United Statea reaident by remaining. nneiner uie aeclsion is sustained or not, is looked upon with comparative indifference, It tolng held that Indiana under the care of government agente cannot have full rights of citizenship. The right of selling liquor to Indians who have been allotted lands In sever alty has been frequently contended, but the eourte, in most cases, have upheld the government view, that the act is Ulegml, and cannot be legal until the Indians have final deeds. 8LAPS THE ROBBER'S FACE. 4 at su-rtM aiftwaraua oeu thlaf XIm Instead of Hatter. Mrs. L. E. Solsburv. of tha auburn of West Indianapolis, Ind., started to the grocery about six o'olock the other night, and Just aa she entered Hadley avenue a man stepped out from behind a wee, ana, presenting a pistol, demand ed her money. "I want your pocket book," said the highwayman. Mr. Solsbury saw herself confronted by a man six feet tall and weighing possibly 800 pounds. "Take it," she mud, as she extended her hand. Quick as a flash ahe struok the would-be robber a stinging blow in the face, which blinded him for an instant. The blow waa followed hr another and another, and then Mrs. Solsbury darted down the avenue and rushed Into the house of a friend. TRAOED BY A COIN. feeallar War br Which Two Bar Cltr (Mich.) Mea War Arrested. A brother of Conductor Matthews. of -West Bay City, Mloh., was killed by uia cars some time ago. In his pockets were some silver pieces. The car wheel passed ever a' silver dollar in such a way as to press a 83-cent piece Into the dol lar. This marked coin waa kent hv Conductor Matthews as a pocket piece, and when his room was robbed several nights ago, this coin was stolen. Offi cer Davis sought to get trace of this dol lar and succeeded, finding it in a Bay City saloon. This clew led to the ar rest of John Vero and William Hilda- brand, who are now in the county Jail, charged with robbing the conductor room. Wkea Otus Vferde An Eiraukl. Young men, don't swear. There is na oocaalon for it outside of a printing of floe, where it is useful when the paper la behind time, says the West Baden (Ind.) Journal. It nlso comes in handy in proof-reading, and la indispensable when the ink works bad and the preea begins to buok. IMa sometime bran vlil Into use when the foreman la mad, and H has been known to entirely remove that tired feeling of the editor when he looks over the paper after It ia printed. Outeide a printing office it 1 a foollak kaMt. - Cur for Hesdaone. At a remedv for all fnrma nf ITat4.l. Electric Bitten ha proved to be tbe Very best. It effects a narmanant ran and the most dreaded habitual tick head aches yield to Its Influence. We urge all who are afflicted to procure a bottle, and give this remedy a fair trial, in cases of habitual constipation Electric Bitten cures by clvinc the noptlerf nn. to the bowels, and few cases long resist the use of this medicine. Try it once. Large bottles only ttfty cents at Flnlay 'a Drug Itore, ' , Sol. CoiemPNESDA ROSA CONCHA, BELn j CM" UEXC1XE MEJisere it a ill BELMOST, udfwhic. HOFFMAX HOUSiHay. Th W clearing AUo a large Ibis or w3 bl r to smile aiLKIlCMo, SMOKING TOBACCO . awfaii. C2A1TE3 C7 or ras 5T07ALL COMFASr. t Tha asm of ibis earparatiea shall ba Til BTOV&LI. LOMFANT t. Th prloctpal placa of bonaaat sad daini ells et Mid corporation shall ba SI LeUad, nathiaxioa Caaalv. MMaiMtppt. Bui by a vote of a majority of tha atocattoldara, aald uomiulU nuy ba at any lima ebaaf ad la aaj siber point la said cauau, aad aaid earporailoa my ettaoiioa aad sparaia branea aauauth ownta at inch other paints aa II out aaa Si aad aaeh braoebca aball hare all tha powara and privilege caotaiaed ia this Charter aad (.hapier w we Anaotaiea loaeot aiwiMippt 3. IbeperMBS forming aidcarporeuoua are W. T. SUTall. J. r. BtoTill. r. . ttovall. at A. Ullaa aad C. B. Stoiall, aad each ether penona aa nuj aereaner ue aeeeiaiea wiia tbem as stockholders therein, aad euch pereaaa awl their ueeeaeor aad Mtoetetee thai I hare euecaaeioa for (be period of SAy yean from tbe date of organization of Ihie corporaUoa, unleae iU corporate existence thall be detennlard aooaer by the action of the itecaholdere. 4. Said corporation aball have power to or- 5 aa lie and engage la bu'iaeee wkea M,00t of ia etock therein shall hare beea ubeerlbed la aad paid for. 1 be capital Mock of aald corpora Hob aball be tlOO.Ouv. which may be Inereaaed at any time by a vote of a majority of tbe atock men ouuunoing, ana ilia inane or flock ahaU be of tbe denomination of SlWeach. The In eorporatora named may meet at any time withia thirty day from tbe approvelof tbia Charter by the (aorernor. at each point and lime la Lelaad, at its , aa they may agree npoa, for the uatpoee ui organizing iae ovrporawoB. a. i ma corporation ia created tor the purpoaa basking of engaging ia planting, and trading busfneie. an to bay, eel I, mortguge, hypothecate or trade mereantl e. banking outfneKe, and it ba II hare power any aad all kinde or property, real, peraonal or mixed ( to borrow money, cootracl uebta, exe cute aotae, iatue Sonde, hypothecate lit Iran- eaieee, ana generally mate all kinde of cob traete and do ail other acta connected with an) of the bualneaa for which It ia orianliad. am aid corporation may do wbateter clae incident to the parpoae for whleh II ia organized aol la centutent with tbe Coomltulioa and lawa of the fully aad perfectly aa aa iadl vidua! engaged la ugu amue ui uuameee. S. Said ateckhelden may organize aaid cot' poratioa by the election of inch offlcen and dirM-ton aa tbey may eee lit, and tteetoek bolder may at anv time tnareaaeunliminiat the namber of dire, tore and tbe tenon of oiboe and taleriea of lta efheera, aad may adopt by-lawi determining tbe manner of calling aad conducting itockooldera' and dlrecton' meet ing!, the namber or shares that ahall entitle a stockholder to s vote, the mode of votisg by proxy, the mode of trai iferring itock la aaid corporation, tbe Bomber of itockholden' and directors' meetings to be held, and Iba manner af calling and conducting the came, and gen- ' nay paaa any uy-iawi neceeaary ana con venient to the government of aaid corporaUoa, aad bo! contrary to law. 7. Said corporaUoa (ball have tbe power to at ay time, oy a vote oi a ruaioruy or us atock, merge Itself Into, er coniolidate Itself with, any other corporation, and inch corporation, created br merger aad consolidation, shall, in addition to whatever other powers II may possess, bare all the powers, privileges and franchisee rested by tbe Charterer thlaenrnnra. tionlait. Notice of Dissolutlor. The firm of McCee. Dean & Locke. at Leiand, hunt., has tint day been dissolved by mutual consent, M. F. Locke retiring from the firm. B. O, McGee and C. C. Deau, comprising tbe firm of McGee, Deau it Co., assume all tbe liabilities of the old firm and are alone authorized to collect out standing debts. B. O. McGEE. C. C. DEAN. M. F LOCKE. Leiand, MUs., Jan. 13, 1896. Plantation for Sale. The Dlantatlon formerly owned hv J. P. Peak In Cblcot county, Ark, uetcriDea at loiiowt : S. w. 1-4 of sec. 4 ; e. 1-2 of sec 6 ; i. w. 1-4 of tec. 6 ; n. 1-2 of n. 1-2 or tec. 8 ; n. 1-2 of 1. 1-2 of n. 1-2 of see. all the n. 1.2 of the n. 1.2 of see. S. west of Grand Lake. All of tha n. 1.2 of 1. 1-2 of the n. 1-2 of tec 9, west of urand Lake; all In township 19, a rauge 1, w, containing In all 928.99 acres. Thit Dlace is on tirand I .alt a. within three miles of Grand Lake Landing, on tbe Mississippi river; it In a good neighborhood, with churches and tcboolt convenient. It hat 850 acres in cultivation and 678.99 acre of tim ber, with au elegaut three-story brick residence of ten rooms, and all other necessary building. we will tell this place for $8000, all cash, or will be willing to teil it on time for $8500.reauirlnir but nnn.flfth cash and tbe balauce we will carry in easy insiaiimeuts to tuit tbe purchaser, charging only per cent, luterest, parable annually, tha halann of tha purchase price being eecured by trutt ueeu oo tne property. Tbe low price and easy termt we offer hold geod only until February 1, 1896. Correspondence tolicited. Graves asd Vinton Company. novl6-2m Memphis. Tenn. Notice of Dissolution. The firm of Dobton ft Go IT. at Swaiu, Miss., composed of T. L. Dob eon aud R. A. Gcff, ha this day been dissolved by mutual couseut, It. A. Golf retiring from tbe firm. T. L. Dobson assume all tbe liabilities of the old firm and is alone authorized to collect outstanding debts. T. L. Dobson will continue tbe busiuess at the old stand. T. L. DOBSON. R. A. GOFF. Swain, Miss., Dec 23, 189S. TSuSTZS'S SAUL Whereas, by deed dated March 20th, 1836, recorded in the office ef the Chan eery Clerk of Washington County, Mis sissippi, In Deed Book K No. 3, page 761 aad followlag, Robert Cokn con veyed the real estate heretnslter de scribed to the undersigned aa trustee to secure the payment of certain notes In said deed described, and whereas of the notes described in said deed six, to wlt, these due January 1st, 139b, are past due and unpaid and the taxes as sessed against said property tor the year lttti have not been paid, and whereas a right has accrued to the holder of said notea to have the provi sions of laid deed of trust enforced, as Its termt express, at well for the satis factloa of said past due notes as also for th satisfaction of the principal notes therein described not yet due ; Now, therefore, at the request of the holder of said aotea, and by authority of the above named deed, the undersigned will, on aatarfai, Iks lrst Bay st Ftkrasr,, list, between the hours of eleven o'clock In the forenoon and three o'clock in the afternoon of that day, at the front door of the Court House In the City of Green ville, VVashlngtoa County, Mississippi, sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, the following described lands with the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenancea thereto belonging, to-wlt : All that part of the Southwest quar ter ef section Fourteen lying oa west bank of fish Lake, the Northwest quar ter and the West half of tbe Southwest quarter of Section Fifteen, and the Northeast quarter of Section Sixteen, all in Township Eighteen, K suite Eight West containing fire hundred and thirty-seven acre, more or less, ail in Washington County, Mississippi. ISAAC M. WORTHING TON, Jan8 Trustee. D. SMITH, President. LYNE STARLING, Secretary. the the "Em . jographs i STARLING & M COMPANY. Cotton FactobS WHOLESALE GROCE U friends i ed to atte tven on 1 r-iilriico i 8 null! 6 8h I immediate I aa4 Brooel Tie test n V. , rent's m Turn ibis mon klmctto II ir to th PnmmieeSnn nnri Ronasanl If nainliH.i. "e Mem vuiiitisiaaiusi aim uciiciai iwici IvIldliU. many n DIRECTORS. JNO. R. BAIRD. J. C GREEN LEY. JOSHUA SKINNER, O. B. CRITTENDEN. LYNE STARLING. LEROt'-'T J.D.8tyl? FOR I des Arrive Webb' 8:10 train to ana rxom Atlanta carry sleep lUILSOAfi TU! TABLE. Southern Railways Western Ivstea. Passenger train arrive at Greenville From DeerCreek, narrow G.. .8:10 an From Atlanta and East 11:10 a m Passenger train leave Greenville, For Atlanta 4:0pm r or neerreeu, (narrow ;nsge)4:16 p m Close connection made at Winona be tween U. P. and l.C. tralni for all polntt TaLLLIHaTCHIX Bbukch. Leave Webb's 6:00 a a Arrive Itta Bene (Junction)... 8:36 a n Leave " 6:26 p m up m sfeeo ert. Winona to Atlanta and Atlanta te Mew York without change J. ft. Norman, Agent, W. A. TURK, O. P. a.. Waablnrton. C. A. Bl.SSCOTEii. A. O. P. A . Kaoxvlllt, Tsna, Yaioo and Mississippi Valley B- B, Tialns arrive and esse Greenville as louows: No. 134, North, leavet 10:30 a m in, south, 4:06 pm 176. for Leiand 9:36 am 10, 8:J0pm 169, from " ..... arrives 11:69 am 106, 11:00pm 174, for Percy leavet 4.40 p m 173, from Percy ... . arrive 9:26 a m 173, for Huntington, leaves 11:00 a m 171. from arrives 4:20 n m Freight train, North, leavet 8:40 am " ooutn, 7:30 am Connections made at Memphis with all lines for the North and East and West; at New Orlean for tbe Gull coast resorts and Southern Texa and California. Through tickets to all polntt now on tale at the Y. A M.V.R. R. de pot office ; baggage checked through For information as to rates, routet Ac write or epply to w. T.MIOKR, Agt. J a. Dwkini, Dir. Pass. Agt. '. A. KaLLOan. A. O. P. Art. Niw Orleans. A. It. Ha so a. P. Asi Cbleaco. Vicisbura and Greenville Packet Co CARRTIKO TJ. S. KAIL. Steamer Annie Laurie-Leaves , mm k Greenville every Tuesday,! and!FrtdavatSn.m. 1 Steamer Ruth Laavna Wedneadav sou ounaay si o p. m. Boati leave Vlcksburg every Monday, Tuesday, Thurtday, Friday and Satur- dav at 19 o'kIukIi First-class passenger and freight ac- WLULUUUailUUB, 1 be right la reserved to past any land' Iris? defimnd nnaafn hv tha Pantaln nrnn, mending. Wbakfboat, Greenville, Mist. P. P. Smith. Agent. m ULnuLLAND. num.. an' Vinkahnrir. Mlaa Beuoit. Mlaa. Nov. 12 Uall'i Hog Cholera Core Co., xsew Orleans, La. Gents Wa havn nanrl vnnr Phnlor. Cure and find It an Infallihla ranwutv Were to well pleased with the first teat that we made a second order after our herd were free from the disease. Yourt truly, Btscox & Speaker. Head & Co., Greenville, Mitt, Wholesale Agents. STBAYSD OB STOLEN. Quo small Black Home Mule, pony bnllt, aboat 13 handt high, sheared with witch left to tall. A liberal reward will be paid for bis return to F. WILCZINSKI. at Greenville, Mist., or John E. Dknson. n nun uvu lauiauuu. W-a-Zl Auckor Islne. Boats past Greenville, two " J, ariuej a, ecu, Sunday and Wednesday. Boatt going uii mm river connecting ac Mempnu, Cairo and 8t, Louis with all railroad ana steamboat line diverging. Careful attention to way and plantation busi ness. The right Is reserved to pas any landing deemed unsafe. Excursion rates now on isle to Mem phis, Cairo and St. Louis, with privilege of returning by rail. Rooms engaged for any boat or date. Further information cheerfully furnlsbed on application. J. J. HAYS, General Agent, . ... Vlcksburg. Mies, LYNE STARLING, Agent, Greenville FOE SA-UE. 200,000 Port Gibson Brick. 100 Barrels Mel Cement FU17L WEIGHT. At LOW PRICES for CASH. J. J. HARTY. BTJCKLSN'S ARNICA BaL VE. The Best Salvi in tbe world for Cuts Bruises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Fe ver Sore. Tetter, Chapped Rands, Chll . blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruption, and positively cure Pile, or no pay er quired. It I guaranteed to give per fect aatlsfaction, or money refunded. Price to cents pel box,. For tale at Fin-Ut'iDsuaHiou. Torian's fta Sto 31T Washinerton -A-veniie. NEW STQBE NEW STCti flow oven and ready for your careful inspt?i i yon wai -ver pieti Gallery. Ken BIoh roril w' were tP! l scarrsd ire "Llgli Free I S.O We ro ealekrat A. a as to latest styles, aualitv and vrim yoou. Have just purchased in New York an (Uoono New Fall and Winter Stock of the lar(e$0$ best selected assortment of all kinds of ne, wa pertaining to Ladies and Children's Wear JW1; -Lowest Cash Pricet. A. T. TORI UI not eoutrai tenten, Planters Cotton Seed aiCnisiife ': GREENVILLE, MISS. etory i roe, TI being ig will JA8. E. KEG US, Pres't. A BLUM, Vlce-Pm't. JAS. ROBKRTSl1oOI. Q, B. ALKXAMDKB. General Hanaser. 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Montgomery & CW JLorenzen, M?Jtd(, SITABLIIHED 186B. M. YAGER, The old and Reliable Bakerv Dealer in Family and Fancy GROCERIES Confectionaries. etc. FRESH BREAD. CAE, etc. UoniUntlT on hand. Goodt delivered at allhoursof the da) Fresh Bread deliveaed at res) dences every evening. Thanking my patront and the public generally for paat patronage, I respect. uuy, request a continuance olthe tame Citation Notice, i State of MIssisKltipl. To Walter it. T rou are commanded to PPe,rf8 1"J the Cbanoery Court of tbe 0w sold Washington, In said State, on t, . Monday of March, A. D., 1896, to . cause why the final account of D. Walcotti your gnnnlifi"0.,.- i in said court, hould not be al"fl and approved. , , This 7th day of January. 1-M'ng Jan.llsst. T.H.HOOPiiHat i For Coal and " send your orders to yvr EDt: Office and yh corner of Harvey '.hru Alexander Streets, v .:b ; ( t.