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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 28, leSa. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. for Pltaldeut, WK 1. K8TAX. of Jiefcraaki. tat VWMrreiUt, AKTHll iKW ALL. af SUia. To Coajiaaa, mri DlaarW. GKX. T. C. CATC BUGS. I9WWlU.il Kit? Tba elactioa oa tba 3rd ot Xovem bcr U mow looked forward to with eageraeaa as the tad of a political conditloa which hat dogged ail the whaelt ot holiness mora completely and for a longer Uma than bai tier bee tha ease before la American pol itic, Bat will the approaching eleo Uoa ratlevt thie eoodiiioa? Will it, a IX by magic. In one day calm and quiet tba boiling tumult of political feeling, obliterate tba gulf clorenbj factional hatreds, and rtetora content and paae to a people wboea paeeione hart been wrought to fever beat by rery conceivable specie of demogog nary and aoscnipulout cunning? 8ueh a coniDmmation la acarcely to ba bopad for. Tba diacontant ie too deep and nni renal to .be thai quickly and aim ply cured. Before tba tub jact wu agitated before any definite remedy waa propoeed for It, tbli feeling emouldered in the minde of the people. Sooner or later It niuit hare buret forth; but tba tonguee of agltatore hart fanned It to lodmtri oualy during the put year that It will acarcely ba poeeibla to etay tba confla gratlon now. Tha mae of tba people, aager for any meana of relief from tba evlltof which tbey complain, bare been told that frea tilrer wat a panacea for all their Ilia. Blindly, aud without itop. ping to question, tbey bare adopted It and made It ibelr fetich. Sl'ould It trlompb, can It bring tba relief de elred ? How It it poeeibla for tba free coinage of tilrer to orertbrow and de- ttroy the great monopohee? Whom can It barm tart tba wage-earner, the producer, or the Investor of limited capital? Should tha fretting and dlt aatliaed people of the nation discover that tbey hare been milled, aud that there It no hope for them In free til Ter, there may come a revulaiou of tentlnient to which the preteut tutbu tlatm la but play. There It no eugint more unmanageable and terrible tbau tba pattlont of the unthinking matiet when around; and the unceatlng tffort of tbli campaign bat been to eioite to the utmott that rery element The government of tbe lulled Statet at It exuti today ttandt to the "maatet' at their bltterett enemy. Tbey have been pertuaded to view It with hatred at an engine of oppreitlon aud tyranny; and lot their Instructors beware, teat, lu teaching tbeto doc trlnet, they have Inculcated a hatred of any and all formt of authority, agalntt which nothing but armed ds potlim can prevail. There It doquss. tlon tbat we are on tbe eve of the graveet criilt in our bittory. It it freely aud boldly atterted tbat Repub lican triumph will mean armed collls. Ion between tbe mob and tbe govern ment. Tbli teemt out of all reason Riott may occur; but tuch a thing at organized revolution It moit tmprob able; and lha tuggeitlon, even, lno reprebenilble tbat it can only be accounted for it a deiperate political expedient for tbe purpose of Influenc ing the votei of tbe contervatlve or timid. Tbe Clarion-Ledger bat the follow, log wlitlclim: "Mr. Carllile Fried, if you please." Tble it the only Initiuce which bai come to our notice In which a reput able paper bai ipokon otherwise (ban in condemnation of the outrage at Covington. We are lorry that tbe dlitluctlon should be reserved for i Mississippi paper ; but fame ofacer talu tort teemi to be the doomofMii- iulppl juit at preieut. Tbe following States will elect Gov ernort next Tueiday ; Colorado, Con necticut, Delaware, Idaho, lllluoii, iDQiana, &ansas,uateacnusttea, Mich igan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebratka, Now llampihire, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Booth Carolina. South Dakota, Ten- neiioe, Texai, Washington, West Vir ginia aud Wisconsin. According to the eitimate of the telegraph companies, Just fonr times as much Interest le being taken lo tbe preaent campaign at wat taken In 189?. Thl eitimate it arrived at by the amount of work tbo companies have been called upon to do. Four timet at many clubi, lalooni, resi dences and offlcet want to read tbt election bulletins tblt year at wanted lo bear them in 1892, and extensive preparatleni have been made to give thea what they want Tbe Postal Telegraph Company, a well as tbe Western Uulon, bava moat of the arrangement! complete. Chlcigo a iiuvt-neratu. Abraham Lincoln's famous black beaver hat It in Washington, with a tult for Itt possession pending in court. It It hoped that the attorneys will not be allowed to talk through It. Chicago Record. We bare the beat amort ment of Bonrbon, Rye, Malt Wbiskeyi, also Glut Brandies and Gerk't Celebrated Bottled Beer, it 8. Guirgenhelm t Mer ehanla Exchange, 223 Washington Av tfue. i tbi Bern us itrrmi. It It acknowledged that the greatest crime of the present campaign, with Itt many anfortnnate feature, it tht arraying of data again gt elate) and section against section. This is espe cially marked In tbe Issue joined between tbe Sooth and East. The two sections are mutually dependant upon each other for prosperity and development The scars left by war were almost obliterated. The South wu beginning to receive Itt just reo ogultioa u an Integral and Important part of the. Union, and misconceptions and prejudice were fait giving way In tbe light of a cloter acquaintance and kiudler feeling. Now all tail It changed. Tba two section stand to day opposed to etch other mora bit terly than at any former time in thirty years, aud on an entirely new issue. Formerlv political charlatans and demagogues of the Norlhrast plct nred tha South u the home of tbe fire-eater, the koklux, the unrecon structed rebel, and all tbe qualities covered by tbe bloody shirt. Today the tame men are holding up tbe South at the land of free silver, Fepu Htm, and repudiation. Neither view it true, of course ; but the people of the North bad begun to know ttioie of the Sooth and to discover that we bad been tbe vlctime of misrepresent tition and calumny. Now, tbinkt to the northern sentiment which paluti tbe political condition of tba Sooth aud West In blackest colore, aud briuds tbe present Democratie cam paign with all manner of Infamy, we appear once more In the light ef ene mies and conspirator! against the common government In the eyes of the Northeut the Sooth, in deciariug for free silver, it -deciariug simply for repudiation; aud tbli It a charge which our enemies will nse against us for yean to come, whatever may be tbo result of tbe election, or whether or not their charge agalntt free tilrer li maintained. Tbe truth it that tbe entire South Is at tblt moment In a more prosper ous and tatlafactory condition thin it hu been In tince the wir. One or two more yein of the development md progress made dorlug the put five or tlx would have plaoed at to far on tbe road to wealth and population tbat no force could have operated to ttay our progress; but now we must see ourselves relegated to a position far In tbe rear, and bearing a ttlgma which, if It It possible, will be fixed upon ut fonver. If a Southern mm believee firmly In tbe principle! of free silver or of Populism It Is his doty to staud op to those conviction!, let the coutequence be what it will. It li ouly deplorable to thluk that tbe South muit be martyred lor a seutl meut which many of Itt people cannot eutertain. To Keep Weevils am of Corn. a correspondent or a Florida pa per thus tells hit brother farmers how lo keep tbe wtevllt out of their corn t "Lwt winter, after I bad housed my corn, I obtained a few pounds of oisuipniae or carbon. I took a long tube and worked It into tba corn to tbe bottom of the barn on oue tide, aud poured in oue pouud of tbe ituff, stopped the upper end of tbe tube tud let it remain two weeks. I then made the same operatlou on tha other tine or toe Darn. Tbe weevils were thick In tbe corn, but tbey soon dis appeared, and 1 have them no more My barn It freer from weevilt In Au gust tbau It hu been In March before I mutt tay It It a decided success. I would not be without It, though it cost me $5 a pound. I bava a supply for tbe present crop, aud shall out each bottle iu a box, slated on top to preveut tbe breaking of the bottlo, piece toe box on tbe floor of tbe baru, aua torow me corn upon It the hot (le unstopped, of course. I shall use oue bottle to 100 buibeit of corn. My lock have taten both corn aud shucks treated with carbon, aud it bad no In jurlout effects." lbe weevil It the most destructive peit with which the Southern farmer bat to coutmid; he rulni millions of buibeli or com every year aud if he can be exterminated or run out. ef tbe crib by i few bottle of carbon, tbe South has cause far rejoicing. It is certainly worth a trial anything aud ereryming recommended or suggest ed should be tried until these little uuiiaucei are subjugated. Sure Blgoi oHlpain'1 Decay. New YoikSnn. Wheu the youuir men of a country fly from It, to avoid serviug It as au.uuu oi mem Have fled from Spaiu; wceu tbe government of a country is uuable to borrow tbe jnouey essential to Itt support ' Spain It unable to borrow the needed turn of $200,000, 000 ; when the army of a cooutry fails, after tweuty mouths of cimpiigulug, to gaiu auy success over a body of insurgents one-fifth Id size, as the 200,000 Spauiab troops lu Cuba have failed; when the general! of a couulry bring disgrace upon their military thlee by deeds of dishonor, at Wey ler, Melgulzo and other (Spaniards have brought it; when a country rep resent oppression and corruption, u does Spain; when It expends all Ut ttreugth in mad efforts to destroy tbe liberties of Its colonial lubjectt at opsin nat vainly expeuded ber'i lu Cuba; tbe ruin of tbat county must be at hand. The Innraoee Cues. Jackson, Mias,,""oct. 27. The Bo preme Court baa taken up the case of the State vs. tbe Iusurance eompauies, same belug an appeal from the Lau derdale court. The Iusurance eompa mea ataud charged with having eutrred into tryst or icombiuatloa. lark Tear Ballot FroperlT. ! Owing to the groat number of pres idential tickets in the field, aud as the namea of all candidate fur electors ill be publUhed together, without mark or device, the name of tbe Democratie p resident. al electors (nine In number) are printed below, aud all democrats should familiarize them selves with them, and when they go to the polls oj electiou day, mark a crot (X) opposite each name, as indi cated below. All voter ebould cot out thit list and have It on hand oa election day for the guidance of them selves and neighbors : JAMEa K. VARDAMAN. J. C. LONG5TREET. D. W, HOUSTON. E D. DIXKINS. J. B. COCHRAN. WALTER TROTTER. J. R. MclNTOSU. M. H. WILKINSON. D. M. MILLER. Subscribe for tbe Times. Yleksourg and Greenville Packet Co CARRTIWQ U. . MAIL. bteamer Annie Laurie leavet . jhbb Greenville every Tuesday and Friday at 5 d. m. leaves Vicktburg every Monday and Thursday ai 1 p, m. Steamer Ruth leavea Green- iJJJ villa every Thursday and Sun-ttfi 'mSk day at S p. m. Leaves Yicksburg every Wednesday and Saturday at 1 p. m. Flnt-clasa passenger and freight ac commodations. The right Is reserved to pass an) land. ng dee rued unsafe by the Captain com- mandin:. WBARreoiT, Greenville, Miss. O. P. Fixlay. Airent. J. J. POWERS, hupt., Vlcksbur. Miss The Steamers' Anule Laurie' aud Ruth of tbe Ylcksburg aud Green Hie Packet Company, offer oue fare rom all polnta on tbeir run for the great Forepaugh and S'llt circus, showing lu Greeuville ou October 29 Steamera will lay over till 1 O'clock a. m. on tbe SOtb. Tickets good for Ova days. Anchor Line. Hosts pus Greenville, two each wav. twice a week. uunoay ano Wednesday. Boats going ud the river connecting: at MeuiDhls, Cairo and Kt, Louil with all railroad s ana steamboat lines diverging. Careful attention to war and plantation busi nesa. The right Is reserved to pus any landing deemed unsaie. Excursion ratea now on sale to Hem Dhls. Cairo and St. Loula. with Drivlliee of returning by rail. Rooms engaged for any noat or date, r unner information cneerruiiy rurnisned on application. J. J. HAYS, General Airent. Yicksburg. Miss, L x x a. bt akian u, Agent, ureen vine From November 8 to loth Inclusive will make round trip rate between Greenville and Ylcksburg at $216, mealt extra, on account of Ylcksburg Fair an Stock txpoiitlou. FIRST CLASS BRICK, COAL AND WOOD. For first class Brick, also Coal and Wood, at the lowest prices see J. tDt,cor. Harvey and Alexander Streets. He is prepared to fill all orders promptly and satisfactorily. Leave orders at Geo .t ircner s ana they will receive prompt at tention. ESTABLISHED 1818. i mm & GREENVILLE, MISS., FUNERAL DIRECTORS EMBALMERS A Full Ltue of METALIC, WOOD -AND- CLOTH COVERED CASKETS, ALSO mitlALItOBES. OPEN DAY and NIGHT. '' - i , nil'. bend yonr Job Work to tbe Tvta SONS ass's .mui Oa . . - ! iitfb o. I m - wn FIRST GREAT FAIR VICKSBURG. MISS. EoTisbar 9:1. talfclt fcdcsvt. Liberal premiums in all departments. Auction sales of blooded stock. Fire days racing. Bicycle races. Iuter-eollegiaie foot-ball gmes. Complete premium lisle la l partment. Negro dsy, Saturday, Nov. 14. Excursion ratet on all railroads. Prepare vour exhibits, and write for fm ther Information aud catalogue! to Harris Dicrws, Sec'y, Ylcksburg, Miss. Majok G. M. Ukl.m, Tioe Pres't tjreeuville, Mist. BRICK, COAL AND WQOD FOR SALE. I am prepared to fill all orders forfirst class Brick, Coal and Wood at lowest prices. J. JEDE, Corner Harvey and Alexander Sts. Orders left at Geo. F. Archer's will receive prompt attention. Petition for Liquor Ucenie, r. ih. nv rnnni.ll nf (IrMnrltle: W, tht'utilrlf iwl qull4'l lior of thj Cut or l,renlN, iobqitoi t,.buiuiu. fttnle of Mll-lseipP1. ntroj )uiiou juur onbls bmlT I" t rinl ant" T. It.vatRci. ulH.t nt mill ilT . U. auM to Sll TlBOUt aiilrilotit, mall sod iatoxlentlof Uqnort Itt lt ih.anit vallOD. Kt hl DifttitOf in oi i mi ii .P'llnul Slrwt. toiwssa Man n.i h!nitton Arraur, la itld eilr, nd wa nromnwnd ssld T l-or lo U .if ooa MP ataiioo sml s tuber and tuilabl (mtioh to ra coIto iu b lictDH. And jour pollUoDtrs wUl for pray, tto.: Jalinaaplnnam ICharlas Jowph Rally Shoj Kdwanl Sleara Mama" Albart Laka jr Edpir Mwliioa Oafiett R .bwrt Hurt Uka l,tLawT iJo-ai VVmatoa I, ia k.tnna Ant.m Schnjltb. Kobort nallfiw t'lill Watsoa Jacob Schwab am Kalnaa .loha W An har Itxiuia Karn It..:. W. rnnnfti Hirhard llBrk liaaicl t.aurta HcLasa iJaiuea William Lawtoa Oram Hownn Kacka John Hnrj Bowra abneT Howard Hood John KdwanI Wbelan htatft Arthur Uarratl ! Hart nun Joha FrankliB Harris Iaac Wtiotwrs Jaka Wambai'K Ab Wrlnbarg I.aoa Uoy Marx Oan.bargaT Loula Vnrinua Albart Vormai IuU Lunger William Sluller Jacob Shi.ll Yer(Tr HanryTiTlor Rui'ka Ei.hraim lleurjr Woolt Oacur Ittnaoe JulUta Homuniky JoHtpb Mnya Mniria Loui. Salomon Hurry K Marcli Johu Hanrr Krana John Janiaa Kvnnadv Kubert Lse Daiidaoa Uama Waibmgtoa flalte Danitl Edward Hkkajr Adolph B Lancer llenrTChaiimaa Robert White UbIIct rra.ier ( harlea td Hnrtraaa William O ratea (ioorita sBitr Jamee II Kobiaos Artbar Kabimua Harvey Cmoe Kd Kl-i.nir Olllce Ballard William I Norman tharlfB (iaaoolgBa Walker Frederick lli'cktr Cliarlea Cliriitophtr Love Krunk lirefco Ana.' n cariTO (jeorm n sabinfion William Iturtnn Cannntll Jonaph LmmII Andai- B Tarljr Thomtoa Law- aoa la Rbarlat Ionian lioora; Holland Jamm (('.Mill Ibomaa foaatlt Douatnl Janiaa CoBnell Jarni'a Jordan Noith Cowau F.d Cray IVa Solomnn Mrnbal Noll llii. be llenibard User William Vulnn li-nry Anderson Abar- rromble Marka Kkatone Ik Kolwriabaw Lucii'n Barretl Max Lt'mler l.udwlir llavld Well llrury Clituoratl Wal lace Imiatiua Edward HaTeJ William A Kni'B J amea JoxiDb llvau Mendel Wai hinan Joa'ib McAfee .layna Willn A Kvermiin l.ouia Cattail Jumea AK'iamlar Dea- (icortta Whcatlcy Kdwln "quire Jenktua DaTid J liuvll Frank Ernent I.arkin Jamea Kucki Verger Nathan GoM'leln. Van B Bodilia Rdward Wal.h ton Herman Bernard Soib- mr r Charley Young Ttoa L Hynl Uorrla Salmon (Write donlon Slma tlOMa Jacob QsldamlUlj Ueorga Blackburn AU HanryHrhall William H i.rnvett Loula Wuldauer lamea Parker Butler exunaer Slcvcu Bnrton David U Mi'Kaa William r.dward Thorn nolomoB RomanKky Ihoniaa Woodard Itobert Woituluft on John Allan Ingram Iiir.inl iGranvllla Carter Jaka Scott Henry Soott Jiicob Simon Weiaa Sam Pepnfrman Gluarpiie llntei a Axariah Brace Abraham Brb k Truman ilunely Sbuw Chau Milton Ham Thoma Coley Arnett David Dunn Jackaon Uoreon Strauna Lee tlextcr IJohn Caswell John Jamea Anderson Jerry Coleman Simon Rosenl'eld Kmile kosenfe'.d I'.dward I. Manball llernanl Stern Robert Cohn Jonnthau Klirllcb Kirlv Hunter I'lilllln Williama Sam Pnjmei klaurica Aaron Berg- i.onii v ficaena Isaac Bachman Kdward Schmidt James Wood l'arbsrry iuun Louis Berfrman Luther I'lnkney Smith Walter Judsoo Hovia Willliim Homer Smith William Leland Sides Jamea Green Kritx beichnian Oliver Shanilanali Sidnev Lawrence Perry Joseph wjium owe; Alexander heacn rap William Henry Buch-i,icui Wilson Bnnn dnuuli Wall tteitrd ter J'lllim Wirt Tlllotson Robert Stewart McR William M Bagley Robert Brrdford smith i iuu i jr r I.IH.T Mosca David Landan Jacob Alexander Neliemiab Loula Rite man Herman Seeman Robert Henry Lacay John Chamiie Theodore Eckttons Torn Jonae Charlea lleniley Star ling Charles Eleklel Lerlng sjon Thomaa Howard Hood Sol Brill A lolj.b Heidingafelder Keiuinand 8traua Jonenh WilcxinRkl Ludwip Phillip Sommer tetidnn Pleasant Aikln win fiewniun Joseph Newman Aiaxanaer Anaerson Grafton Baker .lack Wrcne KlchaW Kica W illiam Mnnur r.re.n Alexander M DBTldaon Jamas Coleman Ureen, uBojaiuiu icnui nucKB ley Lswrenise Hendricks Wafusr Park Slielton B.i.Viii... Wn "S1 Hamner Jim ilzione Jonea ii . . i i """"" flnerton HAance Richard Baxter Muslck Augustus 1 nomas Rouert Chanman William Kicliild Har. Ter Lord Lorenzo Thomaa Adrian Dnrel Ernest Schroeder Samoa! Jesse French Ji.cob GlTeni Lowey wrx uoldsleln a oram nener isurnat lirustlni i lieuUchlandei Mars Peuiiermim f h.J!g u iWiliiam Scott noli ( harlea Halter Hugh Cnalmera W Herman Colin uich Ctialmera Waiann nson Arthur Wells lohn Fmlarlck Frit joiiii Monterey Le Jfl!eron Clalborno Arthur O'l onnoi Mark (Hirer Joaenh HI rah incoo ttomanshy Heniy Frln Kriger Meredith D Kverman Lewie Flwnod IWmrhm John Humphries Moors Jnks Eaaera Morria Rachel m&n S f r"P'" iChurlna Cuxam Ihoniaa Patrick Cum-! Joseph Rlbe IiTw n. ul.!Jake Hendel i?I?!?fi',;flureot1Jo8el,h Hrrioi Lear. "irZrttr WeuHBtsr. Saw- Mernman Lexlnaton Dir. i . :nr.inn Williams Ike Sack Herman Scbleslnger Simon Hchwaru .1 oc iriilin John M. NamaM imvirt s Levscr William Kerchevalle Abe Mathews Wihiam Bismarck MtU. rhuvla wIStJr nr. Adrian Watkl.T '"V M'ia ner hmh; a . iv . . ih;fMuy'V iHeniy Febhr.hu FG.m,,?,!, Wi'belmlRoJreryEmrae, MBt i?P Uht Daild Tad.m. ft i t.L is,' , bubhtmh lBUV rVTGY eta C"rnlke Hnck-jSamnel Bead Dunn Walter Senlt W.l,. nner 8TATR OF MISSISSIPPI, Washlnvtnn ' a Noinrjr Fubllo in and for tbe cit, r jnie, county and state aforesaid. nenTu Si' f 'Jngeir' Wh0 Uin nT " "y "won i tha foregoing namea were Written Iit ih. J. eons tharnaelveaorby him at their VmSl'B their presence. n rH i Vlaiv55f sworn , and ,b.cr,b.J befor fm .hU,., day of September, . In" J. ALEXANDER., n,. GO tO tba Rflunvt mnA . ... .... . Tbey are exoeilaut '"""a w j iiuii YFRGER &. PERCY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Greenville, siiss- ATTOBNEY AT LAW, Oice m WUcxlnstl Block, i own the only Abstract of Title tt lha lands of Washington eountj and the Citv orureenvm" AV. - TIUOO, b-CauMUot r 0 7U UUtricl. Attorney an J Counselor at Law r.RFENYlLUfi. MISS, Will practice in the State and Fed- era! touru oi iiiwiwiy u D. C. MONTGOMERY, M. 0. PHYSICIAN AND SUKULWI, Gk' villi. Mist, Ofhej over A. B. rintav ft Oo.'t Druj Store. D.J. DA. VIS, DENTIST, UKKENVILLK. - MlbS Otle Ba-talra la Phelps Balldlat Howard T. Stewart, D. D- S. Offlce over tireealey's Stun. GBaasTiua, ... alias. Special attention glvea lives 1 to tba correction of SUasalatnUtena. o too eurrceiioo Irregular Te.m Dr. J. D. Smythe, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. OtBcf? over Brill's store, coruer o( WaahiiiKtuu Ave. aud Poplar tt. Henry T. Ireys, COTTON FACTOR. One. oa Mala St, ona door weal of Poatofflca. OREKN V1LLK. M1S8. JAS. E. NEUCA, A B HAMCE, Pnaldent. AaalaUnt Caaoler 318.V FIRST NATIONAL BAIL ttKEENVr.LI, HIMISSIPPI. Capital, $100 OQu. Sarclas $20 000 DI1I0TO1I John hanwat, h. r. krigeb, T. B. COWAN, B. W. MILLSAPS, J. at JAYSIS, H. C. WAT80M. JAMES I. NEGLS. Vft tolicit tbe accouutt ot Indlvidu als, Corporations and fiusiucat Firms Tbe double liability ot shareholders of National Banks furnishes almost absolute security to depositors. We give most careful attentlou to the Interests of our cuetomert In all matters lntrntted to ut. We are prepared to glva libera) accommodatiou lu tbe way of toani to customers whose average balances Justify It. We issue Time Certificates of De posit bearing lutoresl. IMS. AGENTS, MANUFACTURE Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets. Stair Work and Interior Finish, FLQOrtlXQ AMD lEILIStQ Write for pricet. o8 tf VICKSBURG, MISS. B IIIB ask saijIBi aajuoi A9 VQOD FORAniilT WARRANTED. PRICE 60cts, bounht tnree ariaa alroa.l.7hK Dd 'S perlcuce ol Mri toTiUV Inoarei. neTHrldau"rtlHe i'hi?..ir'J ""'nBt, hara K,.u k AT.CAaaeO Skinner 1 U' rm C aapi siCT-um t.k1tl'oBlll.,'PlC,Ure,0baf w. H. MoBrayeb, Pepper Bond & Llllnrrl mm TASTELESS CHILL B I lisna at art, A ssasaaaajaftj WHOLESALB AKD RETAH, DEALER IH LIQUORS, WIIMES, ALE and PORTER nin a n UuokenheimerRye 'ineoid Bonrbon, u omerstandard Brands. Also a full line of Holland Gin, Apple and Peach Braudy, Jamaica Dim Altar Express or Mail Orders for Jugs or Case Good - ... lilf California Bherry nllr . . Promptly attended to. Quality Guaranteed according 1jp Price 80 82 WalDut Street, and afifl. una 7ni ona vr.to Rtraet, iiornia Claret California Port -nd Cojrnao BRANDY. iin uyifii Has moved tc No. 12 Walnut Hit NEXT DOOR TO H. E. WETHEReJ The Only Exclusively Ladies' and ! DRY GOODS STtr ITS GEEEITVILLE, J We are daily receiving our Brl TER STOCK, and the ladies an ell) WINTER ted to call and inspect same. Fliers Cotton Seed and Ciii GREENVILLE MlSSl JAS. E. NEGtTS, Pwa't. A. BLCJI, Vies-Prea't .. I Q. B. AXEiASUEB. General MaaaceT. HEvbt til The Planters Oil Highest Market Price Paid for Cot P atrontge tollcltf d. Prompt settlements made tit mi,, Save your corn and buy Cotton Seedk your stock. It is cheaper and mom I'lanters are cordially invited to call and lnnt Am iim 1. and oonviences, and learn our plan of aien&gewent and operuij ur a TPVrDWlv av at DIRECTORIt i. D. SMITH, of BairU-tmltu Co, ABE BLUM. The Delta Groci GREENVILLE, . . ' WHOLESALE DEAI.KRS Ul GRAIN, PROVISIO SUGAR, MOLASSES, NAILS U At Cuwh Prlcew. Orders for goods not in their lineilk mar feet prices. Olllcs: ttt Wsshlngtta s. JNO. It BAIRD, President. A. O. BMITIi, VlcvI'reitlJcut, The Baird-Smilii DM I WHOLESALE GR0 Commission and General Her JNO. It. BAIIll). J n RMiTtf LYNE STARLING. FEED f BOIj WE HAVE WHAT YOU lf AT MIME I DEALERS IX A Ail - J TT J Oi-..,. Tin un material, uuooer ana beawr Steam Pipe Fittings, Oils and H 11' . ' n " 1 CI-JJ, traoon Harness ana ouw Aient for the Davis Sewing Machk Great lYnnkll firings butt minutes and takes out taste ofbiilt Remember We treat yo J. W. HBAB TJnd.orta3s:er, Hat on hand an eles-ant nr1 mmnlala I V .'T? I ! V n V n 'i' a v v n o Ai rT. , T , ; r J-fi MB-HfGalenc daDd SSS 1 coniDetent t..VX Embalmep dc Undertaker islM33 W Dloa hi. - . . . .. . . tth aeanlP'l ter0rder;b7,r. r iys VA ivjicijiiuuo WUl t" 1 A ltDnHgnmo . m a l i. .ut.. .lor off 0(2 WaahinMon Avanna. Ore" PRIVATE SCHOOL For Girls and Littln Rnv Terms. por ehildreu under 10 ears of age, $2 per mouth. For ehildreu over 10 years of age, 13 per month. Appjy to Misa Neixik Gkitfin, Broadway. T. ISENBERG, luMntTTES, CIGARS AND TOBACCOS, -AGENT FOK ail Bliweisfir hir mi Mil BGflF. ' are cord ) Wsrshtuis: Crassisf l.al,iM ' iJlllUUII, T,ii i, the place to W W tall an!l hsvsyooriW .tthal.a ny tor your piw; j-jobFrlDtinljJ' office. Sen(tJ'j HEJEfcTVXLIB, MISS!