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U i -SDAY, OCT. 28, 1896. eatber continues unusually for the te"00- nd 14 eloudT ' tealag but continue to be irfMwd w the gathering of the ! cottoo i almost oat of th iadt great part of it already i-rv ihort, many plauter de ' rT es tb urPlu' th,T n,T beB I' . .iamnmeter. J,,S1UW ' Mr. Stream' for Millinery. it.n you eB th8 uew W ,c JJiI If ot ask lor them at Bell's. Tk. B.T." club will reorganize Mei.end oele'y "T 00k The corn erop of the eoun- 76 H 0.02 of tt unique for charmiug gmeuU iu the aear fatar. Km 6aUltD w111 t,eQ(1 1 tooee Jfuhet. while Jim Gorman will r..T end H klude of palatable 5 ' M,rchtn!' "m"6- ... flue Milltuery. go to Mr. IV. - - prevail bat the to have Cowldereble euthuelasm iccooDt of Ike clrcu. iicitemeut teeaii tut very babee tod sucklings Vlb (iclatioD or everything else. Ifyoo seed my picture frames mdt Border go io FOl SALE, ffiSCTTSSOVN SHEEP. w.y. hoop. Firtridgei ire unusually numerous, tin dry lummer having oeen parucu. lulj fivorable to them, end sports Bdire looklug forward with imp tlnct lo the buutiug eeuoD. BUBBEH MUOES, Umbrellas, Mackin,' toshes and Leggings at 9 M The member of the "Ben Trovato" dab ire requeued to meet t the home ti(re. D. C. Montgomery'! Friday iftimoon at 4 o'clock, Oct. SOtb, 1998. HITS AND CAPS. ML line at J. P. GREENLEY'S- - - wild geeie are making tbelr ap- mruce unusually early tbla year. Smrtl bare already beeu killed on Ikt bar In (be rlTer about Green Bin, and many large flock bar piMtd KQthward. ' Jul received Port, Sherry. Augell iud Maderia Wine for cooking hi other purpote, at 8. Gugrgpu Mm'iMerchaut Exchange, 229 Wah iijloa At?. Tbt election return will be read Nt ai fait a they can be received iu tbt opera house, wblob will be blrcd m Ibe purpoie. Mr. B. W. Tllford biting charge of the undertaking. NOTICE. Mrs. E Bourgee ha orgaulzed a dm for the atudy of French, aud will Selre pupils at the homo of Mr, rcy.oo Broadway, General II. Scott baa ou (ale t new bind ot hand made our maih whii y, pnvato Hock, aud labelled "II. Scott's 1880." The label contain an Molreble lithograph oftbo Geueral kimietf remarkable flue Hkeuei ud Ibe whiskey I a fine a the llko Hit, The Timed thauk General Bcott sample bottle, and can recom end It from porsoual experience. FOB LOO, Custom-made, Fancy ovsom Shirts at J. P, Greenley's, 8ncn lti msauL Mr. C.G. Boardil.. i .v. . Iit --i- me city Mra. J. W. Scatl at W.m the city Monday. Mra. U. G rammer U tUitinz her daughter. Mri. L D. Wei Mm Effie Bailiff Uiu the city ih. gue.tofMri.D.C.Wi.n 7 Mr. & A. Winter nfA.n. . Tleitor to Greenille Monday. Mr. J. J. Duucau, of the Bo'gue, wm a yuitor to the city on Monday Mra. Edward Monnt aud her' little Wtta M. LeRey Percy. Mr. Henry Verger, or Jackaeo, u t lilting hi brother, Mr. Jame K. Yer-ger. Mr. Sam Blum hu rtnm,i .r... a pleasant Uit to her mother iu Lake i rtiTiuence, la. tail Grain i Prcrisici iarisl FDRSI8HKD BY THB Delta Grocery Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS. .fiUKXTuxa. Miu , Oct a. ISO ClOM. Utrpi Oct. Nov. y Dh. U ! Not. W Tork Ntw Grleau.... 09. Ju. -I. 7 0 7.14 7 7 M CreeBTtlle Cottoa taotatloaa. GreeuTille. Oct -ft Good MUdling, 1 7.1$ anaunog 7 Low Middling, . 7 Why hare v'ou" CLOTHES Mua Uoberta lariih ofMr..;iu made awav frrtm vcY,an MiLol11r hHmiU' gUM' ' yU haVe them mad W Miu Weer nr rm.,k .. uOvlt city bv first-class Tailors welcome Tiiitor, u the mei'tof Mr. Patronize home industry. 500 GZ.VarrSShre1Ur1,,,.a,...J 8ample9 to after tpendiug the lummer iu Moor! head aud Baird. Mr. A. W. Benolt or Memuhi. wa in the city Monday ibaking baud with hi many triena. Mr. Fnher aud Mlu Turner r Lake ProTidence, La, are In the city. .lull . r n . ' inuiDg jar, cam mum. Mr. aud Mra. Mtke Caha ofCr.n,! Lake Ark, are la the city Tiiitiug Mr. aud Mra. Joe Wilcziutkl. Mu Blanche McLeod ot IudianoU wulu the city Sunday tbeiuctt of her comlu Mra. A. II. Lougluo. Miu Peter, a beautiful youue- lJv of Kentucky, 1 a member of tbe charming Swlftwater houiebold. Mr. VY. W. Shlpmau after iDeudius a few dayi with her parent, Mr. and ur. W, P. Sbeltou ha returned borne. Hon. Fred Clarke or Itowdal wn In tbe city Mouday, to Attcud the mar riage or Miu Lc8ie William to Mr. S. R. Gelte. Mr. and Mr. i W. Farrow and their children will be membir' or Mr select from H. C. Hansen, Practical Merchant Tailor. Ilotel Newman Building, Poplar 8U Try our EuelUn Club aud Cream boda at Guggeubeim' Mercbauta Ex change Saloou. IITLIJNE11Y. T My Friend am Patron : I with to tay I have received auo-her (upply or HaU and Trim alDg Id tbe lateet atylea. Pleate call and tee tbem before bavlrtg else where. MRS. R. 8. STREAM. R. & G. CORSETS 4, COISETS. The Steamer Annie Laurie aud Rntb.of tbe Vickiborg and Green ville Packet Comuaoy. offer one fare from all point on their ran for tbe great Forepaogh and Sella Ciren, hewing la Greeaville on October 39. Steamer will lay over till t o'clock a. m. oo the 30th. Tieketa good for b day. Vlckborg k Greenville Pae't Co. J. J. Power, Sup Tbe Goyer Company have aold the Wbarfboat alto, and it Uatated that the purchaser contemplate tbe erec tion of a very large elevator apon it. A yet nothing defluite baa been de termined, bnt tbe preMUt owner of the ilte are anfficiently wealthy to make any durpoeition of It which they may ee HI, and it I prebabl that an immenae elevator I among the Im provements to be made In the city during tbe coming year Tbote ArittcPlatino picture at Bell' art boaatiea. Go to look at tbem. i ii i ii ii ii ii i i a i i ii n ii i i "' -' J.1UII UUUUUi iiu ii uuuuui Wsiss Strsuss Ii 61 WALLACE ARNOLD JEWELER. 9 215 Washington Avenue 215 Have Re-opened their Store With a full line of all such goods which are most stylish, and ask their old friends and the public in general to call and examine their stock, which is complete m Dress Goods--Latest Styles, SILKS, SA.TINS, VELVETS LADIES CAPES, FROM 75c. TO THE FINEST, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Underwear in all grades, COMFORTS AND BLANKETS, LARGE ASSORTMENT OF LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S DOSE, LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Diamonds, "Watches, Jewelry J,, wrpl0MaDt hou,eho,d duriug Sterling Silver, Optical Good S3 Mr. aud Mr. Henry T. Irey. Jr. are domiciled for tbe wlmer at th pleaisul homo of Mr Braudm, o i Broadway. Mr. Mtmle Ilaycrtft of Kentucky, I lo tbe city vliiilug her brothfrg Meter. 0. B- ud I(eury rjrltieudou aud their fmily. MU Emma Miller, who ba beiu peudiug cvorl day with relative aud fricudi In Gracoa aud Vlckuburg, returned borne Sunday. Miu Margaret VYlUhlre, or Mem phi, one or tie mod charming of Greenville' occasional vititor, ii the gueet or Mia Jeuule Yerger. Mr. Jullu Seoger aud Miu Mrle Frederlckion will be married thi All kinds of Fine Art Ware and Novelties. ogravoimg)D Letters, Monograms, Wedding Invitations, Visiting Cards. I do Engraving for Jewelers in the four sur- evening at the home or the bride' rounding States, and hope to do all that is done parent ou Broadway at 8 o'clock. Mr. Calvin Hutt aud Mite Julia Nutt, of Maryland, are Iu Greeuvlll, are In Greeuville, aud will, it it hoped, prolong tbelr 'y throughout the winter. Mr. McCabe, of Atlauta a alater or Major C. M. William, wa pretent at the Gclio-Wllliami marriage, and mi her return wa accompanied by tier brother, Major Wllllnw, who will ipoud tbe Winter with her. Tbe marriage of Miu Lul Witt to Mr. Phillip, or California, will take place iu Iieceinbcr. The wedtllug It au occailou of great lulerost to the many frloude of the brldo iu Grocu villo, whore the ha boou admired inl beloved ever tluco childhood. at home, 301 TOWELS AND NAPKINS, Clothing, Shoes and Largest Line of In the City. ats n c : r Washington Avenue. oct 21-4 in MT(Old Bauk of Greenville ttaud.) GBEENVILLE, MISS. FERRIS CORSET WAISTS For Ladies, Misses and Children. Guaranteed Quadruple Silverware given to pnrchasers. All coupons issued before the fire holds good now. J. COSSETS. Capes, Jackets; for the From the East and West. Good News from New York and Illinois. iAND KEEFERS FOK UIMKS, SUSSES AND CHILDREN. Our light weight Reefers aro admitted by all to be the .... 8. i t . 1 ! 1L-U I prettiest ana lowest pneou m iue luamcu. A Ulii 11"! i uiaoto uu " " Ho! f icksbugg IFaigp Special inducements to vilit the City of the Hills with its thousand attractions and famous National Cemetery during the Grand and Gala air Week. Tb engagement or Mis Ceclle No Pli eldeit daughter or Col. W. I fgent, or Jackou, to Mr. George M" , the ou or Itev. George C. airrli, or Vlckburg, 1 auuounced. jr, Nugent I oue or tbe mot beaull- roung ladle Iu the State, and ba wy frieua In Greenville, which m formerly the home or her ditilu tUbed.fther. She I a alater or Mr, wbert Somerville, or thla city. The m l alio known here, where hi 'Hw, who I a distinguished clergy. 8 of tbe EpUoopai cborob, i uent visitor. call tbe especial attention of our md and the public generally from "ntry to tbe fact tbat we are Iiring our persoual attontiou to that ,rMe, and gnarantoo atlfctlon. ? Mercbaut Exchange, 22 WMhlngton Ave. Th end or all thiug will come an nMy nt and the country be tfwocably ruined ; but Greenville nouMholiler aud property owner t teem lo be much rattled by the .pprocb or doom. The cjty ba r eeeu iuch an era of bulldlug, proving, Md g(Sllori growtb aud - nr aua hustle eiuoe ibo "rcely t vacant atore in the place a tingle vacaut dwelllnir. Uonse renting and Improvement, aiid pretty weiilog, Md trick store going up ln city. Every bnIue oou 7 (oiug at full blast, aud uew oue ay Starting TL. u.un JT" wuh every prospect or belnj J, ""t ctlve aud prosperous Iu "u7 years. The most encouraging news that has vet reached our ears has come direct irom tne seat jggjg for m mi . 'mi i cj 01 war 111 rlcff iur auu v-ur chago, and was to the effect that the great State of Missis sippi, and especially Wash ington County, will be greatly benefitted by the actions of the best merchants in those cities in forwarding to the reliable house of SOIa BRIOi large shipments of their choio est goods in the way of Cloth ing, Gents Furnishing Goods, Hota TW. and Shoes. His .'. if nnoii the roll or elector, StOCK 13 now compiuw, , , n , ,he w,oa.bfl voter to . ...it,:f. !n hi. lino 1 . .. ....i .. .it. VOU aesire uuyimus """"" claim registration, ui iu . . . i i! J t flf r iilnll la annnlnl.d ana want to do sausi u m ir p - wnose uusiuco m-ia, ----- tauceof'tho police, it eutor ou the district roll the name of evory person cutltlcd to vote, and to expunge there from tbe uame of every person uo longer entitled. The rolls are ex posed for public Inspectiou, and advertised loug enough before Ibe day of electioii lo afford ample time for tbe correction of the registrar actiou In auy given case, either by himelf or the court. By thl ytem practically every person who baa a right to vote is registered." New York Suu. NO TUOU13L.13 TO SHOW GOODS. -traol 1 Tbe Australisu ytem of registr. Hon la based ppou tbe principle tbat to vote is not a privilege, but a duty, aud tbat It Is uot tbe iudividual or bis political party, but the public, which i chiefly Interested iu eelng that everyoue entitled by law lo exercise the frauchne in any district la placed it 1 accord- MEN ONLY. J P. GREEN LEY. frftUP: Mea,, Vegetables and Salad U uutll ap. m. yroo Lunch hV'f " ,na MorcbaoU Mcbauge, quality, workmanship ana nrims. see him at once. All goods, guaranteed as repre sented. a nnv of " Southoru Female Col lege Gleanings" is befoie u, aud the brieht and clever Journal possesses a peculiar luteresi io urecu"" because or tbe fact that It editor In chief Is Mies Mamie B. ueaa, oi iu city. Miss Head has boeu atteudiug - a A .ADsinni tbe college tor one or and her talent are oi order, a 1 proved by ner eiecnu, j au almot unntnjout voia. " potlilou-of editor Iu eblel of tbe col lege journal. Hor gift are worthy of the flattering recoguitloB tbey have received; and ber trieuus n..j tbat tbe future holds bright prospects for thl taleuled aud cbrmiug youug Ny. ' . vrJco Ja Men's Shoes. Krivvendorf Vw- man's Ladies; Shoes. Budd'S Misses u Children's Shoes. Shoes in all styles, all 70S SENT. Unfurnished front room. No. 604 Contral Avonuo. h. som & SOKL 1 iartctrai IliJffiiiorte Apply ! 8nbcrlbofor theTiMEa. BpUndidworls "'"' GREEUVILLE, MlSS Scroll Tumlug aud tauk of all re made to order on inon uui;.-ui. satisfacllon guaranteed. Orders by Telephone or Telegraph Promptly aubuuou iu. Notice toTeachera. Second Fair Examinations will oc cur a follow: For colored teachera at School So. ' : gunertntanaeitt of mumviou. MilBIED. On Monday evening, October 26th, at the Pretbyteriau church, Ml las sie Williams lo Mr. S. R. Geise, Kef. W. Prlmroee ofllciatiuir. Tall wee one or the prettiest reading ever celebrated in liiii' churcb, and no more popular coo pie have aver stood together to take tbe sacred tow be. fore Ita altar. Au Immense coucoune of people attended the marriage, great nambere of whom fonnd It Im possible to outer tbs church, and thronged tbe vestibule, the approaches ta (he doorway and the atreet with a deuse crowd.' The church Itself wa splendidly decorated with arches, screeus aud set ueeirnt or palm, vine and flowers, aud many electric lamp and wai light added to th brilliaut enect. him Williams entered tbe cburcb leaning on tbe arm of ber rather, and wora a superb costume or heavy white iik, with veil and orange blossoms. Her sparkling beauty is well known and anlversally admired iu Ibe society of many eltiet in thl and adjoining stale, bat b never looked loveluur than at this moment, wbeu sba realgued her trlumphaut belleship for tbe diguliy of wifehood. Tbe attendants wera Ml Narelsse Johnson, mala of honor, with Or. D. J. Davie i Miss Jennie Yerier with Mr. Tl. T. Fort) Mis Louise Valllant with Mr. H. C WaUon ; Mis Fannie Walker with Mr. Lnclea Gwln. Usher : Messrs. Larkin, Stowart, N. Wluler and D. H. Hood. After tbe ceremony a brilliaut reception, was held by tba bride aud groom at the home or Mr. and Mr. George Wbectley. Ilaay rare and cosily preeeut were received, together with a shower or congratulatory tele- grama from every quarter. Miss William ha been a leader In Greenville society ever since sba entered it, and la universally admired for ber beauty and social accomplish ments, while Mr. Geise le one or tbe most prominent business men or tbe community, and is as much esteemed, in society as in the business world Tbe wedding baa the additional charm of being tba happy culmination ai a romauoa oi muj yeara TUB I tali Facie STEAMERS RUTH and ANNIE LAURIE. Greeuvlllo lo Vlckbtir, aiid return, Sunny Side to " " " Harwood to " " " Carrioiato " " " Leota to " " " Skipwlth to ' Mayewvllle to Homocbltto to " Lake l'rovidcueo to" " M Shilohto " " " Wlltou to " " Bruniwlck to -Ashley to " " tS 60 Deck Fare $1.00 for the round trip from all points. FRANK BINDER, THE JEWELER 211 Washington A.venue Keeps a full line of Watches, Diamonds. Silverware, Clocks, Cut Glass, Aud the Latest Novelties In Uand-painted China and Glassware, Fine Silk Umbrellas and Walking Sticks. Call and examine my goods. Only too glad to show stock- Repairing a spacl tlty. atisfaction guaranteed . The oyer Wholesale Grocers. Headquarters for Bagging and Ties. iOflci200 Washington Avi., tireenvllle. m. NOTICE 07 QJ7AIIDXA& SALS fir virtue of the power and authority vested In me by a decree ef the Chan cery court of Washington county, fetlss- isstppi, enrereaonine tne mstaay or October, 1890, in the ease of Frank Charles Keesecker et al, minors, Ta. K N. Thomas, guardian, and numbered 20G1, on tbe docket of said Court, I, K. N. Thomas, guardian ot Frank Charles Keesecker ana ciar Keesecker, minora, 1,1 XI 1 - - 4k. SlUk -i 4 VT Will U 1 1 BVUIllJiHIl UVIU ber, 1896, offer for sale at th front door of the Court House In Greenville. Wash ington county, Mississippi, within the hour prescribed by law for judicial ale, at pablie outcry, to the big heat bidder for cash, those eertala lota or parcel et land lying and being situate In the town of Areola, County of Wash ington and State of Mississippi, and described as lots a, 4 and 7 or the Id, L. Smith addition to said town of Ar eola, and lot 6 of block 3, of the first addition to the said town of Areola, and also that certain parcel of land In the city of Oreenvllle. In said county of Washington, and described a lot 13 of block iK ot the Skinner addition to said city, and also tbat certain lot or parcel of land In the town of Burdette In aald county of Washington, and described as all of lot 3 of block a in aald town of Burdette; and by virtue of the power and authority vested ift ma, as guardian aforesaid, by said decree, ana at said time and place, I, as sjuardian aforesaid, will oner ror aaie, to ine nicneet Diuuer for cash, but not to be sold for a sum less than $790.00. the following land to-wlt: That certain lot in the city or Greenville, county or Washington and state oi Mississippi, ana aescnoec as commencing at the southwest corner or lot 1 of block 8 of the BatobeUor Bend addition to aald city, and oeasurin; 40 feet front on Locust street, and running back between parallel lines perpeadlo ular thereto, 3 feet, and also a strip lying north of tne above described lot and up to the lot owned by the Mount Horeb Baptist Church; and by virtue of the power and authority vested la me as guardian aforesaid, under said decree, and at aald time and place, 1, as ?;uardlan aforesaid, will offer for sale lie following land, to-wlt: The inter est of Teter Green, Joseph Green and Lorenza Green, In that land In Wash ington county, Mississippi, described as commencing at a point 14 ehalns east of the quarter section corner, between Sections 19 and JD, Tewnshlp 18. Range 8 watt; rtnnlng thenee east 6 chains, thence south 38 ehalns aad f3 links to a corner poet, thenee west a chains, thence north 38 ehalns and 33 links to tba point of beginning, centals lng 17 aorea; also an undivided one-half Interest la tbe south west quarter ef Seetion 84, Township 17, Bangs 1 wert. iu suu couoit oi ff aaniflgtoa : us parcel of land In aald County of Waahtug ton described as tba northwest quarter of the northwest quarter of Section 6, , Township 71.Ranire7 west; also that parcel of land In said county of Washing ton, deeori bed as the northwest euartar of the southwest quarter of Section 39, lownsoip i, nange nweat. am test above deacribed tracts frill ba sold for cash, or they may be told for one-third cash, the balance of tbe purchase mossy, to be paid In one and two years, with Interest at the rate of 8 per cent per annum from date of sale, a lien to he retained on said land by aald guardaiu to secure said purchase monoy, , B. N. THOHA8, Guardian of Prank Charles Keesecker aud Clara Keesecker, minor, ctwn'ffl K3TISX ;, ' For the convenience of undent anable to- attend classes In the fore noon, t will have a class from tUO to p. m. over Brill's store. octai-lm. w. If. . - "umgion Ave.