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l'UBUSHBD TWICK A WHEK SIX MOM'lIS $1.00. VOL GREENVILLE, WASHINGTON COUNTY, MISS., SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1807. NO. 89. '.tnov p. nrci vcrRFR & PERCY. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ATTOKNEY A.T LAW, Oiflco iu Wllcwuski Block. loW1) tbe only ADetract o mie u 0 ... .. vt'.al.lnitnn ftount" tll ihoIM"80' " Ex-Uhaacellor of MW Jtn Ul.tnot, attorney and Counselor at Law -mrK'MVirj.K. MISS.. U iki"-' ' - ' " ' . ...nn in thn State and Fed- I " Mlm,galnnl oral I :ounHjjig p.J.DAVlS, duntist, 1,116 w. In Phelii. BulWlne. U" u" - - Dr. J. D. Smythe, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office over Brill's store, comer ol yMhingtou Ave. and Poplar St. dXmONTGOMERY, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, GBKRNVIU.g, Mise. Office over A. B. Finlay & Co.'s Drug SI ore. Henry T. Ireys, COTTON FACTOR. lesceon HMn St, one door went of PoBtoOlce. GREEN V1LLK. MISS. IU. E. NEQUS, A. B. KANCK, Assistant Cashier 3T6S. 1ST NATIONAL BANK. UREENVr i.E, MISSISSIPPI. ppital, $100 OOu. Surplus $20 008. I OI1ICTOES l,,im lUS'ffiV. H. F.KRIGER, l.B. COWAN, R. W. MILLSAPS, JAMES K. NEGUS. Wo unlir-tt the accounts ot Individu- it, Corporations and Business Firme I The double liability Ol snarenoiuore f tlonal Bauks furnishes almost Ibiolute security to depositors. We jflvo moot carerui attention 10 ihn interests of our customers in all fMttori intrusted to us. We are prepared to give liberal iccomtnodation iu the way of oans to iMtomers whose average balauceB justify it. - We issue Time Certificates of De- loiit bearing interest. I ieksbnra and Greenvilla Packet Co CARRYING P. 8. MAIL. Steamers Euth and Annie Lauria ITT Leave tireenvuie lor vicks 'isfx burg eyery Tuesday, Friday anu oumiajf Hk p, uj. Ketnrninir. leavn Vicksuure everv !londay, l'hursdHy and Saturday nt 1 . m. Boat leaving Vicksbnrg on Saturday nd Greenville on Sunday offers the Hiecial Inducement of one fare of .).5u or the round trip. First-class passenger and freight ac iommodatlons. Cuisine unsurpassed i'he right is reserved topassans land is deemed unsafe bv the Captain coui- fwiiding. Lynk SrARUKO. Agent, Wharfboat, Greenville, Miss. J.POWjfiRS, Supt.. Vicksburf. Mise Anchor ttlne. iCIjS Boats pass Greenville, two f'Oniimk each wav. twice a week Iunday and Wednesday. Boats going P the river connecting at Memphis, alro and St, Louis with all railroads na steamboat lines diverging. Careful fiiGuuon to way ana plantation uubi- ine right is reserved to pass any Midlng deemed unsafe. aiciire'.on rates now on sale to flieui , Cairo and St. Louis, with privilege 'returning by rail. Rooms engnged for ny boat or date. Further information Werfully furnished on application. J.J. ilAls, uenerai Agent, Vicksburg. Miss, NE STARLING, Agent, Greenville A.D.&S. SPENGLER AGENTS." MANUFACTURE Doors, Blinds, Mouldino-s. Brackets. Stair Work and Interior Finish, n.OOKINU AKD IEIJ.I.NO "to fct puces. ESTABLISHED 1868. M. YAGER. fVotd and Reliable Bakerj Dealer In mid Vtiv Groceries wnfectionaries, etc. RESH BREAD. OAKF. Etc. 51 ,0on8tantly on hand, wdg delivered at allhoursof the da tfresh Bread deliveaed at resi "noes evbrv svakIikt. ilisnkiug mypatrous nd the public In piwv pairouage, i ruspuci I '''oestacouttunauceofthe same I M0b Prlntlnir nf avarir rtoanrlntlon lm ind Promptly executed at this U,V1HUEB. C0XCERXIS6 THK IKVF.K BOARD. It is rather a low-dowu play to at tack a fellow when lie line no friends. The Times Ims suffered a few com punctions on lids score, for It hu l,e gnu to suspect that tlieru waro none o poor to do the Levee Board rever ence; but fate has raised It up a chauipiou In tho Greenville (we had almost written the Gubernatorial) Democrat, which, aflor more thau a week of cogitation, couBultatiou and collaboration, briugs forth a veritable broadside a whole editorial page to Drove. well, to nrovn In nthnr words, to say that the governor of me otaie can ropreseut both its levee distriots before the commission at the same time, and that Judge W. It. Trigg, Hon, It. B. Campbell, lion Joshua Skinner, Judge J, II. Wyuu slid Hull. Charles Starling might ali-o have gotlei. lip pelilious which would have showed that it was tho "practi cally uuauiirjoui desire of this districl I hat its interests should bo looked nfier by llicin." No doubt (he geullc n'tii named aro delighted as well ut aatouishod at the honor so unexpect edly thrust upou liifin. It ivas a pret ty compliment ; aud being eutirely unsolicited, mint bo intensely gratify ing. Certainly, if tho Democrat aud the board are correct in their surmise that aiiv one of the eoullemeu men tioned, or tho list of names proposed as delegates would answer tb9 pur. poso equally as well as the mau asked for !v over 500 of the people of the district, why (hen, of course, the peo. pie are wrong and tho board is right ; hut. II' i he board and its backois have such coutideiice in (he ability of all their Honorable represeuiatlves, why go to the expense of sending four teen of them, when any two, choseu raudom, would do the work as well! Concerning the "mass of opacity" the Times forboro to specify. It loft that task to tho people of the district. If private opiuiuu, publicly expressed eouois for anything, they have uol beou slow to doit. The Timeu caunol draw invidious dif liiietious. Let each oue of the Honorable host lay the flat tering uuctiou to his soul that be is the bright particular star. They are all Houorablo men, and possibly, too, then are ambitious- Some of Ihem have never gazed on the italuo of Liberty, or ridden on the trollery cars or looked at the animals in the park. Surely it doe1 seciti rather jmall in the generous people of iliis districl lo grudge ihem so iuuocout au amuse ment. "Should they secure about a million dollars for our people wo do unt think they will complain of the expeuse.nor terra the effort a 'junket- lug expedition"'. The above shows that tbe editor of the Democrat is serenely uucouscions (probably owing to utler absorption fit the work of prepm ii'g Ui ediionnij i hat the effect ot losing the Berry amendment iu the House will e lo uun Mm (lommissiou only $600,000 to allot, in addition to tho allotment made last Summer : and unless thn allotment is to bo credited to this conimitteo It is difHcult to see how (be rosy anticipa lions of (lie Democrat are to be re alised. The Democrat siys the present board is "a poor thing" because it is it tht its Dredeccssors loft of it. The errors of those who weut before offer uo excuse for their continuation by their successors. Tho board surely will not uudertako tho condouo anv of tbelr actions by riliug sudi pre cideuts; aud must remember that blackening aooluor will never make one's self clean. Tbo Democrat says it took ttie Times a long timo to wake up to tho fact that tho board belonged to (he neoplu of this district. Beg pardon, hut that's a mistake The Iimes thought It belonged to the po.-plo all ,!,eiim.. but hat just waked up lo the fact that il belongs lo A.J. McLaurlu and his clan instead. The people of Cairo, aud iu fact of the whole Mississippi valley, feci a great interest in the re-appointment of Judge E. S- Taylor, of F.o t ayuc, Indiana, as a member t.f Jb. Mii. sioui River Coniaiiion. He has had slxteeu years' continuous experience ou tbe commission, having succeeded General Uarrisou when he was elected Presldeut There Is probably no man who has given more careful attentiou ,o river improvement aud levees (ban has Judge Taylor. Ho is a man of Ratability and we should regard b.a femoval a. a great calamity to. Ine M vallov, parllcularly at (his tune when the best ability should be g.v.-n " the subjuot of levee, and ove.flow, Subject with which he is probab more ramiliar than any other man hi he United Btatea Those who have had anything to do with the Itiver Commis ion Vgard Judge Taylor as U.e hd ud front of that body, .1- over, on' of the euial ""H. easily approached, aud a mau of the m ople Friend, of river improve.. nl cvervwber. should exert lhem.e e, rem niboird.-CairoBulletm. MB. IKUfiER'B Sl'CCESTION. At a mecliiig of iho enmrnilUo sp pointed by tbo Levee IV.md lo go be for.! the coiiiiniMuu, it m - t , 1 v 1 to meet again on the '26th, ut svhich time tho suggestion will bo consider ed and probably acted upon. The sug gestion offered by Mr. V. G. Verger. The meeting was attended, abhor in poraon or by proxy, by almost every member of (he committuo. Tho wis dom and propriety of tho courso point ed out by Mr. Verger muat beackuow lodged by all unbiassed and disinterest ed persons. It h undeniably true that, in the event orso largo a dolegatiou go lug, It is very unlikely that any ouo or them would prepare himself for tho duly of spokesman, In view of the un certainty of being called upou to act in thjit capacity, to say nothing of the the expense incurred by tho send ing of so many. Tho appoiuimeut stance has been productive of much local discussion, both privately and iu tho press, which can avail uothing, and Is scarcely expedient in so import ant a crisis ; lor il Is plain that the success o( llio districts representatives, whoever they may be, Is aftor all the question of paramount Interest lo tbe people. Tho only polut seriously at issue seems to bo a difference of opin ion between tho Leveo Board and ils advisers aud the great multitude of lax payers as to the persons best quali fied to represent them. Tho mailer is far too serious to allow il to iisBijmo a factional aspect. As tho Vicksburg Post bluntly and truly says, Iho ltivor Commission is a national body that will bo disgusted with partisan aud factional rivalry when brought to ils attention. Let our family differences bo kepi out. of their sight, and our spokesmen go to represent uot the Levee Board, not this or that political faction, but the pioplo of a district whose all depends upou the disinterested efforts of thoir representatives. LOST. A Diamond Stud encased in a small red Jewelry Box was lost between Correro aud Grego's liestauraut aud Chas. Haficr's Dry Goods store ou Waluut street. A liberal reward will be paid to tho iiuder by ils relu'. u to Chas. Hafter on Waluut street. CHAS. HAFTER A Colored Color line.- According to The Guide, an organ of elite colored society in Baltimore, aristocratic Afro-American circles in that city aro quite toru up over a lameulable occurrence involviug uice distinctions: of precedence governed by shades ot black and tau. Mrs. John M, Beckett is the wife of the pastor of Iho fashionable Bethel A. M. E chu-cb, in which tho eightieth auuual session of tho lUitimoi'0 Con ference of the African Methodist Episcopal church is now being hold, the occasion being signalized by the assembling of all the beauty and ehivalry ot colored society lu tho city, Tbe stenographer of tbo Couferouce U named Charles llardatew, aud has the misfortune to be as darkly com plected as llie fauioin coon with whom Mary ran away, lu au evil monicut Hardslew so far forgot him self as to presume lo speak to the golden hued daughter of Mrs Beekolt as sho passod bim iu the vestibule of the church, whereupon Mrs. Beekolt shouted to him "don't you dare lo speak to my dxughiu ! I uever air low her to speak to black niggers." She emphasized her lemark by euiit iug hnu upou tho head with such severity that he nu blooding from the impact. The little coutretemps cro aked a breeze in Iho sanctuary, which contained many "b:ack uiggers" as well as fibers in varying degrees of shading, and iho color question would have beeu I hen and there sol tied for the Baltimore Coufcrcuce, but for tho Intervention of iho officious miu ions of law. Mrs. llcxkeit's fcXiJauatiou ol her actiou is iutcr.biing aud significant. She said ; "I never allow my child ren to talk to black folks. Veu see I am uot black myself", aud mv but baud is of a chocolate browu, aud my childreu are as yellow as pure gold, I hate a black ulggor, aud 1 always will, aud if I had my way I would have killed that nigger ou ibo spot." Something Dropped. Wo aio bchiud tho limes iu Groeu villc, but rumors iudicato that inter esting occurrences are transpiring iu Jackson. Tho governor has ordered the legislature to adjourn. The legis ui.,rnolilelvbut firmly refuses to do so Can it be that the well laid .cheme. of Czar McLvmn nave ganged agley ? Subscribe for the Times. M.1RIM0 TIRKEt DHOP IT. It luoli; asi it' "The )'n- imV i t n p I i t i (frin, nod Hi-n , in -j fig ol die lviiop, an h i',.,lcii. -. Power" alouo H appiopriaio. The Until. Power, it appears, is Russia, Russia speaks chaos and const oruu tiou reigns. When Russia says "drop il" to iho blood-hungry Turk, he pausos; although with many a growl aud snarl aud snatch of his recking jaws, ho knows bo must reloase bis prey. i After couquorlug aud occupying the whole of Thessuly, and demonstra ting tho utter inability o( tho Greeks to make a stand agaiu.l them, tho Turks coolly dimandsd tkat Thes saly must be given p to Ihem and claimed a war indemnity of $44,000, 000 before they' would desist, from their advnmo upon Alntius. The total dcslruotlou ofGroeco seemod assured, aud il is probable that bad the greed of (he Turk, uot beeu so extravagant they might have beeu permitted actually to completely crush and ruiu llioir little adversary. Germany, throughout hai upheld Turkey aud is apparently even willing to allow her lo absorb the whole kingdom of Greece. Franco, with ulual French enthusiasm and futility has beeu clamoring protects for a loug time, hut durod to takouo active step alone. Italy and Austria hnve maintained au irrceolute attuudo, Russia a portentous silence, and Eug laud, tho arbiter of destinies, tbe cbauir pion of right, justice and Christianity, has pursued a policy of iudecision and double doftlinK little 'o hsr credit. At last however, Russia has spoken, aud in unmistakable language ordered iho war lo cease. Tbo submission with widen Iho other nations havo received Iho uiaudato of tho Czar shows plain ly that Russia is the power par ex cellence of Europa. England is her only rival, aud eveu England, tiusup ported, can hardly oppose tho might of Iho northern giant. Tho drama h not yet ended, ll is not tbo lir-t timo Iho Greeks have sowed ilic dragon's teeth. Christianity and humanity will sigh with relief ut llio ending of tho war, but English speak ing people will soifow (hat it should have been Russia, aud not England, that arrested the Tnrk's onward march to Athoni. Govern "T McLaurin, of Mississippi, has appointed his seven brothers to cftice, aud is uo doubt now ready to advocate civil service reform. Globe Democrat. That is a repuollcau ho. It is a slan der aud a slam upon our patriotic governor which The Comtnou wealth will not permit to go nuch.iileuged. Gov. McLaurin has not appointed "his seven brolhors to office," and tho Globo Deuiocrat should have more re gard for the good name of Mississippi's chief executive thau to make such a ba-ielnss aud damaging charge. It is au outrage and we will not. submit to II. Mow we tiiu't lei) just what Gov. McLaurin may do iu lhi regard he has a good while yet to serve, aud the boys are buugry aud importunate. But In the language of scripture, suffi cient unto the day is the evil thereof," aud juei as long as I bore is one brother unprovided for Ihc mau or uewspaper thai publishes such a tie about our governor, will uot be suffer ed to go uuwhipped. The Common wealth is uot ,the "orgin" of tbe state administration, aud can't speak with authority as to lie future "plans'' etc., but we are duicriniued that uo oue Kailus republicau sheot shall distort history or fabricate tacts which will lu the end result disastrously to our gov nor and his broth rs. Tboy belong to tho democracy of Mississippi, and must be looked after aud deteuded. It docs uot matter if live or six of Ihem have offices, there aro not seven of them iu offico, aud tho man who says that sevcu havo beeu appointed to ottice by tbo governor, utters a false hoodGreenwood Coiiimouweaiin. A slransr.i ease has como to light In one of Iho la-diionablo uptown si roots. iBiw.r.in id unfoldeti the reinai kab! escape of au elderly lady from a gout. iho lady In question ua;i gone io fruit ttaud two squares away from her i,.,,,. will, vinw of buvlns som la- uauas. Sho purchased a dc.ea of the fruit and was starting noma across a c i irs nf vacant lots hen she was be set by a large yellow be goat, with a most alarniiug pair oi norns. m m i l.rinr lha ladv HRVH thtt liOal 8 but! Ml S, which bo quickly disposed of, aud then ran suortiug up loranoiuer. ouo gf him a sscond, aud;then, iu response to his teirible suoits, a third and a fourth until tho whole dnzen had been ex hausted. She was within a f.'W steps nfhnr liniui' when !ic handed I lie seat the last banana, and kacw not how to got the rest of the way wtieu a nappy ht, struck her Slio handed the goat llio bag and he cat it wlh avid ity. 11 was ju.'t cuougu 10 gei uLi home, and she slammed the iron gate i,. ihn fen nf Iho monster hist as the last vestigo ol paper disappeared down its throat. iimes-usiiiocini. Ask Bny number of druggists for the best remedy they have for diar rhoea, and nine out of ten will recom mend Chamberlaiu's. For sale by Clarko's Drug Store. A liibii tiuhiik cl --;i- ).', il;ir U . i. Kiipe-l tn'dr ; ;r!tn:.i:nt v! tiUiie and tlicy l:ae i,.-i !,e,'.!ii'ii! lo o::'.'i- their kindly inV in iii'.ving tt.ij s:uii: So it ii'e: como lo pas l. .t we uppreelnle any recognition (i 'n (Im1 i j n wii i', bower slight II may l . 1 1, seems to tm lhal ' I'bo 1'opnlnr Educator," a Huston Joum-d, .did u very bandsotoo thing by us when it commeuicd iu a receu. issuo, tno-,1 favorably ou tho following statement by Rev. Dr. Mayo : "Tho sixteen Southern Stales are to day paying as much for (ho public schools as the British Parliament voles every year for llm public school sys tem of tho British I , lauds bet u ecu $'20,000,000 ami if:!0,(l:io,(iOii.'' And ho adds lha' ime Iho m ae the South bus expended 050,000,0110 ot ils own money for education $75,000,000 ol it for t li c children of liie colored pso ple." It is especially gratifying to state, that Ur. Mayo is a Boslonlan, and one thnn whom, no man in America ha tiny b'glier rigbl lo speak ou anv -ui-jeet pertaining lo education, 1 1 ie,- devoied a largnr part of his lite to the minfolry -f :.-iii:ii'in. le'u oiuln i in lw for'r.iirtiM-n jc.-tif. I.eBtndieU exclusively edi'vi loieil .u),' n. of the 'loiitii. Ilo !.. ti-i.ni xd.ijwi'-, inakiiij; exmiiiov! io::-. m;.t delivcnug lociores in iv.-r,- p ir-.li.-i ... ..,ti'ii. tnd has hud i.mpi . pp,,r!uiil: i.r obtaining froir, r, an ! v.vw: of ?11 i!iiu;f g.iiug iii educmional uliairs. Therefore it scenic I t L-.i t such slalonieu! Irom u:b a -uuree, should not be pv-od over lightly, but after due ackiioivlodaiuciil should be so' down to the rredit of tlie soi.ih. n as well as lo th -a of New E'.jt.nu'i. B. A Kansas Coy pvr iel:s a good story of a Kansas editor who went ou an exclusion to Mexico, l?avliig his 18-yr.ur-old daughter to gel out the paper in absence. The first isstu under the "new woman'' regime had tho followiug notice .: : he head of (he editorial e.oliwuu : "Pa is in Mexico, loiter from him iliis liasi uot ma wit) ( l,iio I received a mo rii i. 'ig. Ho ami is having a darn he a- 111 1 Vl f! last Si ami lu:i Jd 1:111 n uv 1 P i 4l;d lifiiii r pa ;o.i -.. iri WCl! lot,,.:! ciiureh and bull tlgbi.' Those Arlsto-Platiuo pictures at Boll's are beauties. Go to look at Ihem. Summer School T. 11. c. A., Kuoxviiic, Tcnn. deduced Halt's via Southern Hallway. For tho occasion of tbo meeting of tho Summer' School of the Y M. C. A. at Knoxville, Tenn., June 18-27, lb'J7 llio Southero Railway will soli tickets lo Kno.willf and return at rate of on? fare for round trip. Tickets will be sold Jane Ui'h to 19 h inelu ive. n,n o return until June ;i0, I S 9 7 . trillion auy agent of tho Southern Railway for information. NOTICE TO CI5ESITQF.3. Letters of adiHiuixi rati'-n on ; !i ettalo of Will M Lip-i'omli. deeeas-d. having been graulod l he uudersigue.i by the Chancery Court of Washington county, Mississippi, ou ihe ISftb day of Jnutiary, 1897, in pcrsuaiice thereof notice is hereby given to all persons haviiig li.'iiies agaiiisl aid etaic, to have the Manic probated and registered b) the (.'Icii. ol' llm (.'hum ry Court ol Washtii'on CoiHi!;, MiMii-vppi, within one year from lids, date. A failure lo probate and register such claims against said estate within one year from this date will bo forever barred Witness my signature this the l'2lh day of Mav, 1897. J. B. II HURON, innyi5 s Administrator. uia?! Lu -J ------ ft f i i-; fca 4si vj tea f.".itt';-:- m pj Tl 153 B-V-''i ?' li n 3 f:1 IS f s 1-s t:s k-1 SS&i B 13 H t2a !S JUST AS CO'wO F5 5 ADULTS. WARRANTED. P:tCE SOcts, t; AI.AT1A. H i-., KOV. Us 1??3. Vpt S;o:!!riT. Si ',t,n, Yi t-nvln thnf t-n hs altv-.Ir yo.ir. 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