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ItSdlll'TION' fOL .-.-TSEjQREENVILLE , $i.n Vtr Auntim. . ... " .zr-rr-r- . Hubushed Twiosa Week. i'T'- .'::rr. - - . : , I Time GKEUNVILLE SIX MONTHS $1.00. MliOY P, 1 Sit 1 "W ROAD Uff OF MlSSISSirri An Act to cc-t u Ihe nlllco of r:a.1 "ejjce,,,. WorklBgof(llB , Secliou 1. Ho ii , . .uu uoiirus oi supervisors of i , various counties ot ni , . !" iiuliii.i i .. -.--; ui .uie- j iiuuiiu 1 UU(In 111 I mil. ))ee(ivo counties as roads of tlio u BeCOlIU CIS. "in 'Hijjniares YERGER & PERCY, rmitXEYS AT LAW. Greenville. Miss. iV.l'llOMAH ATTORNEY AT LAW, Oiflco lu Wilcziuski Block. .. . ....I- I t,alKnnt 'I'lH. ... ,.ivn rile Olli.V auoLini-i v. llllt lit i.n.la of Washington count" Mid the ,11- kofUrecnvmo. W. It. TH1UU, i.u..lj,p nf thn 7th l)Uivi,.t ,nw anil Counselor at Law ma, !,. , " . " . Pr'lp' Km .. ." twauii oi U10 llret. elll',8 yASIIiyOTQN COUNTY, MISS., WEDNESDAY, MAY ly, Isu77 RAILBOAJJ PKOSr'ECTS. The first train ou the Southern road h iivbh uropuvillfl (o aav mam n-tiiwt thor- GKEENVILLIS, MISS., ill nractlco in the Slate nud Fed- Cou rle oljg8iB8lppi. D.J.DAVdS, iiCNY'ILLK. - MISS T ...... ... .. lje, aD.ulr in rnems umitimi. 1'. J. lJ.IJLiyWU.fc,, SYSiCIAN and SURGEON, 'ice over Brills store, corner ol iiinjftoii Ave. aud Poplar St. t MONTGOMERY, M. D. lYSlCIAN AND SURGEON, CiHKKNVILI.K, Miss. ie over A. JJ, Finlay & Co.'s Drug .ii n ... .... u.ucr puutic roads as rn,l. fn second class, and they shall appoint a suitablo and competent porsoii to be Known as road ii I nuu io fix ins compensation at . exceed sevouly-rivo dollars per mouth whoso duties shall be as herein pro vided, 1 Sec. 2. The road l ,,. , . " '"""'"ih:! MINN , ,.peiai supervision and mnnii u nil pui.lic road, n hi "t mail iiiukn n.wi b.'u oi mi bn.Ififi'8 nnd .i.e cieclioii ot the iiiuncdiately after . .. imp me list of bunds assigned io ... ...u uvuiseeis in ins oouuty ana the v iuuv urn vonuwmi i.. co iuu(. all laborers subicei . . -.v, .hi , me I kip 1 niit r.. "io next leiui of ciMiil such chaiitfrn con n t spceiflmi. siipi'i'iiileml fcanio. lie (littii Ills appointment for ne,''V ";f ,",ttrU ol'-'!'orvisor8 or I el-r.-nce, Incompetence or fall '" 1 " . c iimii io laku hU pU,. I n-ow g.tii(0 tmiu , "'"'""""Miii.r hall it inn nuccensor all "inn, or oilier jiroperlv the county. Sec. It. 'fli hall he nuto. NO. 88, money. Monglng io and shall pei'Visors lenry T. Ireys, TTON FACTOR. en Slnln St, one door west of Foatollic GKEKN VlIiLE. MISS. SKOL'S, rgiLionl. A. B. KAiK'K, Assllunt Caslii.T I NATIONAL BANE. ItlSSISSlITI. Surplus $20 000, SBEENVr.r.E. M1SSISS1ITI. IIIIlliCTIIKS IANWAV, II. F. KlitOKll, OffAN, U. W. MIIXSAI'S, il'N'K, H. C. WATSOK. JAMK3 K. NEQUS. loliclt the accounts ot Iudividu- irpofatious and Business Firms double liability ot shareholders onal Banks furnishes almost .'security to depositors. Ijive most careful atteutiou to .jreets of our customers In all iitilrusted to us. are prepared to give liberal tiodatiou in the way of loans to Ti whoso average balances sue Time CerUfjcalos of mhis: interest. ie- pori h. Uio supei visors' 111' r.'.-liL-lil.r ... Iiauds as ho may deem just aud eutiii able in view of the work to l.a ,1,, their links of road. He shall exain'ii.e aud report Iho ciuantilv aud chni-,.,.io,. of tools in possession of thn immiB available for cllective work on tho roads aud make requisition upon ... v.-.tiwo ui BUIH'I VISO -S (OT Blir-h diliotiHl tools, road fcrapers, plows or grading in.aelnncs us be may deem ne- li'sshij io me most ecouomicil effective woi king of the public ronde aim io supply the overseers wiib such tidililionnl tools us mav be Mwmrt taking their receipt for the same but they shall bo subject at all limns tn the order of the road cniiimisuim.K See 3. All the overseers wlih Mm labor assijned them shall bo under Hie direclmu and suiierviaimi nf ii... road commissioner, aud shall work their respective links of road t such niiiu auu piace anu with such teams and tools as ho may direct, provided that not moro work shall be required di.rlug tho cullivaiion and gathering i ioe crops man may be necessary l keep the roads in passable c million. ' road eoiiimlsionor in:i .if nil ,!,. i;i . ' . " "'', ot . pniper.y o i,e county, mi Provide for the S),fu keeping of U o s"c; he shall rrro.pl for labor com! in u tm ions, and nrosnentn .i,.i .- ami r.innr .' , V iuU-uia ennof thocireuit court ,L coudi ou of the public road, .nd any do rclietioi; ol duty of any ioad ovoiseor: io.ort to tho board of BU on the llr.il il luouih tho amount thus collected his luiiuro to do to sIihII I mediate removal, and for prosecution" for (allure of duty. ii. ah roH.i, ol iho iirsi ca3s shall be opemHl aud worked not less than 1G led '.vide or over 40 feet be. !" 'l'"-'-. Ail branches or creek hot loins eroded by tho road shall be raised by earth taken from the sides ot tho road . - ' .".in umiu tlilclus. I he noun ol iho levee shall noi be less tli ni HI feet wide, raised iu the center The -lope of tho levee u.i i L-t ieet 10 i t0, I,, ,,.gjjt with Mtiiablc opmiujs ln n.l njit the fieo passage of waier. Tho entire roadway hnll be raised m (bo center with drain dilehes ou each tide. The (jrauu snail be as low Villi) wheu Iix iho pub- pre and Qrecaville Packet Ct I1RRYINQ V. 8. MAIL. is Euth and Annie Lauris wine txreenvme lor VleKg I bun? every Tuesday, Friday i . na bunday at 5 p. m. ping, leave Vicksburir everv Jlmrsday ana Saturday at "l leaving lcksburg on Saturday fenvilie on Sunday olfers the Muceuient of one fare of S3.5U nC trip. !e passenger and Ireisht ac- HIODS. 6 nnsiirm.ss(,rt. ht is reserved to pass nnj lant- ....ou; uy uie "..apiiun com- LK Si .m ik... A lis. Supt., v-ioksbitr-. Mist Sec i The load commissioner shall, during th moiilhs of July aud Aug. iisl, next, after the passago of this act, and (hereafter iu Iho mouths of January and February, or July and ug'i. require ail i lie overseer in tiieir rcsi-eclivi. couniies, with iho labor, louls and Icarus ns-imd them, to do the lull iitimber of das work ro quiied of them by law ou their re spective lluks of road, regulating lae times of work so as lo securo the greatest use of such tools, scrapers or road nitehincs as may be furnished by the couuly. Sec. 5. Overseers of secoud class roads shall work their respective links of road as thoroughly as can be dono with tho labor assigned them, working the entire time required b law, save one day, for each laborer, which shall bo held in reserve for such incidental repairs .is may become necessary during tho remainder of ihe year. See. 6. Ovcrseeu of firsl cia-j.s roads j Mian assimolo Willi their laborers up on their respective links of road nl such time aud place, and with tucb teams aud lools as Ihe road comniis (doner may direct and proceed to grade, ditch a.ul level their roads, and to erect bildges or culverts, according lo plana and specilicatious furnished by l ne road commissioner, until they uavo worked the cniiro tune required by law in ouo year, provided that the road commissioner may require such l SPENGLER nehr Cine. Bafs pass Greenville, two a n.I ii. . "VI II HKBh r 2 "etlncsday. Boats going yuiifictiiijr at Aiempnis, .. wim an railroads ""M lines rl v..nr i .,. r. . i to ... - ":''a"'fs- vuviiiu lu .1V anil i lint........ lltlril..i '.n..lll.JI! UUB. Ii . reserved to pass any teemed unsnf. 1 n rates nnw 'oandSf. T.ni.io ..in. :..n. I lomnorArv ronaii s as mav be nocessnrv nk-. ---.-.a, nun in vi .Ee 1 J . - j 'svrai . i;.,,,.., - ' I u,.. ,,,,i;,,;.i,.i i ; .. i-a ,.r In. ..uuiuij c.lV'Kt(l 1111 I "..".n. .uw ..ijii.iiwcv, eun3 wl I lurai.i V " ner iPiormation I road Ii, j, iu'V-c , "PP'ication. gee. 7. Vheu all tho labor required - v.D,,r ageot, bv law to be tl0ie 0I1 .... nubMc . In.... f I kR ll.ri. a tea I ' fUNU, Aecnt,re"nville iu 0,-e 'eiu'. URVe b',en lio"e iho oxu commissiuuer suaii hihko a vi ra in report to the board of superv'sors of all the work done, aud tlio condi timi of the roads aud bridges, and mako au estimate of the amount ol money necessary to complete the 1111 tijlshed links of al! first class road, if there be more lhau one, esiimaliug each separately, Sec. 8. On hearing II10 report of Ihe road commissiouei tho board of su pervisors may del. runne whi ther tliey will complete the unfinished links of utl hi si class roads by ci.n Iract, as provided iu Socliou Si)29 of the Annotated Code, or bv the labor of couvicta as provided iu Section S032 of the Annotated Code, or by hired la bor uuder the direction and tonlrol of the road commissi. ner, who shall make au itemized ilalemeut ot all ex- peiis. s iuriirred, which shall be paid by warrant upon Ihe couuty treasury payablo cut of auy couuty fuuds i.ot otherwise appropriated. But should there be uo such funds available, pay rnent lo be provided bv (axaliou as provided in bcctlou 39S1 of Ihe Anno tated Codo. Teams necessary lo ttie i.roectition of ihe work may be pur. chased or hired as thrt board of super vigors may deem Lost. Sec. 9. Wheu all the roads of the first class sba'l have beeu cotnplelid ns provided In Seeuou ii 01 iui i'.., ihfv almll be kent iu repair by lli AGENTS. PUFACTURE 5rk and Intoi.in n:s.i. 'Rim., . r"ui "iBa, as ornctieahle. not more than 1 foot In It) feet liueal unless on unusual elevations tho board of supervisors shall trauo. See. 1;), Tho road commissioner shall indicate by suilnb'e makes the general outline of iho roadway, depth of cuts aud heigiith and w'idih of levees, and nil such designations as may be needed lo enable Ihe work lo he doue in svsiemaiic manner. nu,l Iho board of supervisors may allow such skiilod a-siolant in this work as iney may uVhii n.;Cfsaarv to M. Ho interest. Sec. I t. If tho board of sum-rvisnro oany county shall dotermine to work the public roads or any part thereof by cuutract, ail the road handssubjeot to such duty upon such roads shall rn. poiT 10 ino contractor be ore the 1st of September of auy year and perform .nu ma nuiouui 01 janor required of them by law 111 one year uuder the di rection ot the cotitracior on sueh road ; should aey road hand fail to ro- na't himsell, and perf-rui such to Ihe aatistaeuoii of tho contractor, he shall bo proceeded agaiuil. by the uoartl ol coiiimissioiuii's as provided iu Secliou 3913 ofthu Anuuia ed Code of Mississippi, provided that any such road nan. I may commute Ids time up 011 the public rvad hi auj. oucjearby paying !o the rul coiuiiiihSioiuT ihree dollars iu lieu of woik, and as road commissioner shall make report lo tho board of supervisors ail cotiimu. tatious, lilies or forfeitures colleeimi I by him, aud also ihe num'ie:' of days work performed by any road hand ou I any roulrael, aud tho contractor shall ho charged witR such labor at au amoiin; agreed upon at Iho limo of Idling the contract, and all moneys reported shall be paid into iLc conniy road fund Sec. 15. The pruvisinu of this Act I shall not apply to or bo hi force iu auy'' couuty which now has a special road law or laws, un'ess ap;, roved by iho board of .upoi vis ors ot any county iu which Ihue is a Kpeilai law or lun.' may approve the whole Act, or any section of iho Act. by au order duly passed aud entered upon iho minutes of the board, provided, that tho pro vision 01 this Act shall not apply to auy couuty hi the Stale except by au order of the boar I of tupervisors to (ho ell cot, being cMcred on tho tniu ules of the supervisors' conn of such cutiuiy desiriug iho opermiou of the same. Sec. 16. Tho board of supervisors of any couuty which has heretofore worked, or may henaher ivork the public roads by contract, may, for tho purpose of paying oil' auy indebted ness oil account of the r.i .d fund, levy a lax of ore mil lor Iho ear- 1890' and lbt)7, in addition io ihul now author ized by law. Ta,.'s collected iu any Incoi por.'iled city or tow n shall be di vided as provided in Section 3!)31 of Ihe Anuolut'd Code. Sec. 17. All laws .vid parts of lairs iu cobllic: with the .i ovisions of this Act bo aud the same are declared in operative. Approved April 28, 1897. it is Ihe between Wiwn. aud Percy, .nut linn.i o.. .... dummy will leavo regularly each da). J his road expects to tun a regular train between Grcouvillo aud Winona " mo isi ot June, which Is (ho ear liest date at wnlch direct railway communication can be hoiw.i f.. tk.. Southern road has suffered com'nara-. tivalu 111. 1., r . . j '"vio 110111 wasnouts, loss of br dge and injury to ltirack, aud Will consequently be in rum.!.,,, i.iiiiiB.iiaioiy attor tho water re. cedes. The Yazoo & Miss. Valley has al. ready resumed service 011 portlous of its track, haviufr a retnlnr iIaUv iroi.. between Cary and Wilcziuski, leavlug tary at 7 a. hi., and arriviug at Wil- lv. ussi at iu a. ra., aud loaving WII "Iinkl at 4 p. m. aud arrlvlua at 1 nr. n . . p. iu. A daily train leaves Memphis on the aiuline and runs as far South as Holm, aud ou the ltlvarsulo Divisiju as far south as Perthshire Tho road Buffered considerably from M. ,i- its Bogue Falaya bridge being lost! null mnoh .1.... u-:.. .1 . 0 ' , ".onKB uuiiig uouo to ties lies aud the track ou the main Hue, while the Riverside Division from lortbslure south Is almol demolished hi piaces. Jivery possible ell'ort is being mide to restore Ihe tracks, aud resume Iho service as early as possible, and until this accomnlisl,p,l n,,,i daily trains ouco more outer aud leave ho city tho comparative paralysis of busiuess must continue. lioiv to "Kill" Cotton seed Tor Fertil izing. The value of coiion eed as a f.'iil- " n. u iii on 1; ,. (.round at i,. season ot tlio j ear, h ..fteu almo.,t eu 1 1 rely lost by the snc.l eprouiing. John J. Phillips, one of Ihe best farmors iu the county, gives the follnwiug as au uiaiiai)io way to prevent Ibis, aud recommends It to all who hv ta . . .. - r .... " uo s a leruuzor : For fifty bushels ot seed lake one bushel of unslaked lime Select a smooth spot of ground, put down tho 11110 iu heap, stick up a large hoe handle or other smooth stake in tho center, then pile Ihe seed ou top of the lime around Iho slake or hoe-haudle, so that wheu It is removed a hole will bo left all the way through Ihe seed pile to the boHom Of Ilia limn. Thou siotviy pour into this hole about a water bucketrul of water and cover (he hole at Iho top. Almost iustautly tho smoke aud sicain causod by the 11 11 .. . (.. r .1 .. . ...........uS 01 me nine win begin to rise all over the seed-pile, aud wheu it cooisuown ihurc will scarcely bo n "live" seed left iu the heap, which Is ready, lime aud all, to be applied lo ci up r.rooKiiaveu tieador. 1IKNHY T. IKE VS. Jh 1D iWdS LPIIDPqI Tlinnrnnno ilnmnfn UUJJLil fJI II n il fl I ill min, mu v w X X V W AX I Al.FKED 11, STONE 211 Main Street, GREENVILLE, 11 MISS. We represent none but reliable eomvanies, and solicit a share of your business. He can't Do It, Tou Know. Gkeknitlle Times: I see by the proceedings ol tho Levee , 01 iatn iugt. 1 uat the Hon "UCI oiuers was selected as one of me committee lo represent the Board at the moetiug of the Mississippi River Commission, aud doubtless the "(inv. oruor's stair" will elect him lo present our case and plead, or lo uso his own words, "demand" our suaro of mouey. TuerUreciiville Daily Democrat of 12th April ult., just ouo month n. uuiatiiuu a letter irom Mr. Sillers iu which ho sid amoue other (hiutrs. "I am opposed lo further Government aid." After cuch a recent expression do you or does any olher citizen of Ibis levee district thiuk he would on a suitable persou to ask for Government aidi' Tax-Pavek. Tho samo danger which threatened tho Greenville river front two years ago is how cbtifroutiug it. There is qnile a Serious washout and cave In the revetment work directly bohind the dwellings of Mr. H. Wilcziuski and uapiaiu Hunt, and during tho recent high aier ihe bank has eived m ihu point uul'l the space between Iho Icvr.. and the river is dangerously narrow. As was demonstrated in the forni-r case, it is perfectly practicable lo rpir.. edy the condition and lo restore the revetment work j but the oporatiou is au expensive one, aud iho caving has proceeded so far that it may necessi tate the building of a uew liuo of levee, it would be very unfortunate iudeed if it should be necessary to throw out the valuable residence property ou the west side of Walnut street, but such must lucvitably be the case soouer or later if the caving con tinues, if, indeed, It has not already proceeded so far as to make it una voidable, A Valuable Prescription. Editor Morrison, of the Worthinirton (Ind )buu, writes: "You have a Val uable prescription in Electric Bitters and 1 can cheerfully recommend it for constipation and sick headache and as a general system tonic it has no euual " Mrs. Annie Stehle, 202.J Gotta limv. avenue, Chicago, was all run down, could not eat nor digest food, hud a backache which never left her and felt tired and weary, but six bottles of Elec tric Bitters restored her health and re newed her strength. Prices- M cents iindjl, Get a bottle at Finlavs dru i siure. BHIIIIUIT &CII001 V. H. C. A., Knoxtllle,, tenn.-.(cauccd Rates via Southern Railway. cor mo occasion ol the meeting of me cummer School of the Y. M. C. A al l&ioxville. Teun.. Jiinn i?7 irov tho Southern Railway will sell tickets 10 iviioxviiic and return at rate of one faro for round trio. Tickets will l, sold June 16th 10 19th inclusive, ood to return until June 30, 1897. Call ou any agent of the Southern Railway for information. J- S' WA,K.rresident. TTT Mm ii Plitsrs imt 1 Cireenville, If you need auy picture frames made to order go to Boll. Summer School, Xmi Women's Christ ian Association Ashville, N. C, Reduced L Kates via Southern Railwa' . For tlk?occaslon of the meeting of the bummer School of the I'oune; Women's Christian Association at Ashville, N jun ia-2. is:7, tlie southern Rail- nay will sen tickets to Ashville. N. G, ami reiuru at rate ot one fare for the luunu inp; neKets will be sold June 1- th, 14th, and 15th, good to return un- ill .1 UUB ZUIl, IStt. . Call on any agent of the Soutliern ii.imyay ror tiirtner information. Collections and Correspondence Solicited. t-jTAll Correspondence answered and remittances made on day received. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Foreign Exchange on all Civilized Countries. NEW YORK CORRESPONDENT- jATIOlSTAL PARK BANK. CxXiiVJXLE MILL. R. W. FORT. Acting ManaBer. G-reenville, Miss. MANUFACTURERS OF- Cotton Seed Oil, Meal, Oil Cake and Linters. Highest Market Price Paid for Cotton Seed Either Free on Hoard Gars at Kailroad Stations, or Delivered at Mill CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. L. L. GILKEY'. L. L. GRIFFITH l v i:ii.io r I . .'GUSBURU, MISS UGER, ami v.. 0 e a 1 e 2Br . etc;. CAKE, Etc. read -eaea at resi l evenino m Ptroiil.,.i . : L!nce ofthe 8a.m P'tuuTnTr-r r 'foioitw ueecription Do you want a jug ct Whiskey ? lie will give you tlie best for the least money. Merchants Exchange Saloon C uiit y Superintendent of K.iiicis- liou Percy Bell has preseuted tho Times with the hrst copy or The Mississippi Tencher, a monthly educa tional magsziue published at Jackson, Miss., and devoted lo Iho educational' interests of Mississippi. Is will treat of problems of discipliuo, questions of management, modes of teaching, styles of scho I architecture, and all the matters of educational iutereit which constantly offer themselves for discus sion. It will conlalu commuuicatious from Ihe teachers of the State ou all subjects embraced in tho field of edu cation, aud will be found to be of great value aud interest, uot only to teachers, but to all who are connected, either dircrt'y or as pair .as, w ttli the school system of the Slate. mm h m mm a km mM ii L GRIFFITH & GO Si'iii's ml ffiis-Dste' j x-ost UlUee Corner, GREEXTILLE, 311SH. A full lino of latest Periodicals and Novels. A lirst-class assortment of WHITINGS, HURDS aud CRANE'S Hue writiug papers, Courtesy Notes, Iuvitatious and Visiiiu" Cards BLANK BOOKS, MERANDUMS, TABLETS, ETC. uase BALLS, BATS, AND SPORTING GOODS SOrdere taken for Engraving: Printing aud Special Blauk Books. Aujining not lu stock will he ordered promptly .-jii ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO MAIL ORDERS. TASTELESS Queen Victoria's Biamoud Jubilee. A Minnesota exchange, says "au At lanta man has invented a machine for taking Ihe kinks out ol negro hair," which I?ads a South Dakota brother to rcmaik : "Now for a tanulus ma. chiue, and (he southern question Is 6o!ved.'' Dr. Kipt'x New Discovery for Con-sumDtion. Iu its Juue uumbrr The Ladies' Home Journal will celebrate the Dia mond Jubilee In a wny distinctly its owu. In au article by William George Jordau, entitlod "What Vic toria Has Seeu," (he reader will be tasen ou tns British turoue, aud the marvelous panoran:a of the world's hlstury for siiiy jeais will pass before linn. lie will at a glauco see the pro gress 111 an. science, invention, music, euucanou; 1110 great social relorms the growth of uatious ami ihe advauco of civlhzatiou. The whole story of the world's progress of the longest reign iu English history will bo vivid ly preseuted. EHLL This is the best medicine in the world for all forms of e .uirlis anil colds and for consumption. Every Imi tie is guaran ecd. It will cure and not disappoint. It has no equal for whooping rough, asthma, hav fever, pneumonia, bron- 1.:.:., I.. in tlio lir.il ami labor subject to duty ou the public j , consumption. It is safe for all aires. roads, aud bv coiiimuiatioii 01 laoor, nie.sant to take and above ail a sure t I .lutis at bc;jv xu tue and drcs and for ellures resiiiimii from fa'lure to perform road duties ; and lbs board of supervisors rusy in ! Ibeir di'crclloo, dipeuse with the services of road coiuiuiesiouar. Sec. 10. The. road commissioner may at icjr time be fin-d or removed .vre. it is always wen 10 iane it. King's New Lite Pills in eo'inection with Or. King's New Discovery, as they ivRiilate nd tone the stoinaili and ho els. We guarantee perfect satisfac tlonorrelurn money. Free trial bottles at F inlay's drug store. Regular sire 3 ccnu and fl. A gentleman whose home is iu the overflowed district tells a remarkaole story of eudurauce by a heu. When the water covered tho yard tho hen was seen swimming towards tho bouse, but was ca'Tieil beneath il by the cur rent She was heard to flutter no ou a sill, and was soon forgotten, it being impossible to reach her. Six weeks passed, and wheu the water had fallen io aooui a 1001 in uepin a ooat acci dentally driftad uuder ihe houe I: was pulled out. ami iu il was Ihe long lost heu, very weak and Iu a pitiable condition, but still living. She was carefully fed a little at a time, aud after a day or two seemed as lively as evor. It is supposed she lived upou the insects that swarmed out of the water opou every dry spot they could tiud The family will mako a house, bold pet of tbeir wonderful beu for ibe rest of her life. ' IS JUST AS COOD FOB ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE 50 cts. Pari. Mullein., Ov.i' (ienllemen: we sold last year, GOO bottloa ot fillclVK S TASTELESS CHIU, TONIC U h... iKiimht thrpti prims altvndy this v..ar. in all onrex pyrKMifG of 11 yenrs. In tf,o dr.iH business, tiara neTi-r svld tin article thai gave such nniTr8ai .all tacuou as yuur Tyaic. Youm truly, AB-NEViCiBB 4C4 For sale by B. D. Finlay and N. G. Skinner. he Baird-Smitii Co., WHOLESALE AiD RETAIL fiROCKRS, (!ollon I'at'tors g Coniiiiissioii Merol (s, Gr-reenville, Miss. Planters Cotton Seed anil Wing Asso n? GREENVILLE, MISS. JA3 H li. NEeil". Pres't. Ii. ALEXANDER, A. BLt'M, VIce-Pm't. JAS ROBreTSHtW Trena General Manager. HENRY CKITTKMiEN", "o, rila'ry SHESITTS SALE. 1 lie Stall, of MifMsMr! 1, I . Wft-lilngtn Coniitv ( In Olrt nil Conrt. I lnv i ,m m i..,-' tirutT , oart vs. iotin It. Claire By virtue of tlie above execution to me directed. I shall expose to public sale, at the front door of tlie Court House In Oreenviiie, within the hours prescribed bv law. to the hichpst Wil der, for cash, on the Fourtn Monday of May, 1S9T, same beinsr the Sret Mondav of the i-pc-- ular term of the Circuit Court of said county, all the rieht. title anil int.t or the defendanLJohn It. (iage. in and to the following described property, to-wlt : That lot or parcel of limit sitn-iterf in the V illae of (ilen Ailen. in the oun ty of Washinston and Stale nf Misi- sippi, described as the East Half of Lots Eleven and Twelve. In llloek Xine of said Village of Glen Allen, ami honnHu.t on the East t.y Spenc. r Avenue ; on the South bv East Third Street: on tho West bv the '.Vest Half of said Lots, and on the Xort'j by l.rt Ten in said Block ; said Lots having an area of 75 hv loo feet according to a map of said Village of Glen Allen of record In the otlice of the Clerk of the Chancery Court of the said County of Washington, and to which reference is here made. J. B. HEBKON. Sheriff of Washington Cotintv. 2S-nof2w " i The Planters Oil ill, Highest Market Price Paid for Cotton Seed. Patronage solicited. Prompt settlements made and snti.-faetioii guaranteed. Save your corn and buy Cotton Seed Meal to feed your stock. It is cheaper and more nutritous. Planters are cordially invited to call and inspect our Mill building, maehinerr and conviences. and learn our plan of manaeement and operation. S. S. Browx, President. M M. Joxks, Vice-President. C. B. Ryan, Sec'y and Treas. R. R. St'EKn, Gen'l Manager. Pittsburg oal o., JOHN B. SCRUGGS, Manager. COAL AND WOOD. First Pool Pittsburg Coal, the best in the market, supplied to Steamboats, Railroads, Machinists and Families. Office near Foot of Main Street GREEX11LL FJlfTSS.