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jSofialanb Personal (BwilioH. jfr Lw JonoH in enjoying a visit to Cnrtalian Sirinpr JIr. A. k. Smith and children arc viriiting relatives in llirining-i. jjjdd Maud Van Norman, of ArkiiniH, is visiting her aunt Mrs. vie. JIiB Mapg'0 (ordin, of Huntington, spent thm neck in (irecn ill- Mr. Uk. Wycho has returned from a visit to friend A Letter to the People of Greenville. I'iii.. , 1 1 iii,-. .11 .in T. 1). F. Hunt miulo a short liusinos.s trip to the country thif Jack in John T. Currio in at homo again after several weeks Mr. 'MM. Mr mm t . 1 , 1 m . . I Mr II. U. w atson mis reiurnea rrom a nienmini visit to relatives Ur Ilazlohuret. Mr Chas. Allen, of Warren county, is visiting his daughter Mrs. KVallaeo Arnold. Mr. IraMcGcliee, of Lake Washington, spent Tuesday with hrconvillo friends. Mrs. J. J. Harty and attractive children have returned from a Lit to Port Gibson. Mr. O. B. Crittenden has returned from a pleasant visit to rola- iver in Frankfort, Ky. Miss Lizzie (iravitt's friends arc glad to welcome her after an ab- Vinuoof several weeks. Mr. und Mrs. Bob Matthews, of Bolivar, spent the week with J)r, and Mrs. nnacKicroru. Miss Ann T. Johnson has returned from a most pleasant en lya at Castalian Springs. Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Sniythoare entertaining their lovely istcr, Miss .Smytho, of Kosciusko. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Graham and Viola returned Tuesday t'r vipit to relatives in Frankfort, Ky- Mrs. Uarrv Itobinson and sweet little daughter Lucille, of Chicot, Ark., are guests of Mrs. S. li. Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. James Dancy and and children have returned from ploasant visit to relatives in Canton. I Misses Alice and Bessie Dunn leave in a few days for West Point, 3Iiss., to he absent during the w inter. 1 Mrs. George Wheatley left last week to join Mr. ami Mrs. ii. Yerger and Miss Yerger in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCleish and little Frank of Avon, nests of Air. and Mrs. V. II. Buchanan. lav of I il II 1 1 1 1 .l.li'l-iill 'I'n I it-- i-ii,,,i, (.,-. K"l'"i'l- I, . IV.-tv;, !,,.,! ., f Vlllc In II,, ,.,.,., ,1, , -;, r Iivy-. ,h- , i,f il. i ,, ,n ,n, mi.nv;it,,l hi- n u-h, 11 "' in-- Ki'.v 1,1 ii.-.r.mi,r,.., ,; -, " ' mi ii.. h i- ,i,,i. , v,.,.4. """-' i" lo- ,.iim i- . I;,.,.,, Hi mi l'iui) from l in imi-,1,-1-,-,1 ,ru ,,f ,,. MTvii-i-, mill lu.l hi li,,,,- ,,i,i,,., ., Iii lilinii, wliii-h wn Hi.,,,,,, Id j.'rl tin- M-iiiiiiii-ni uf ih,- r,-'im,-iii iiMv-tiinl to "ointr li, ( 'Hi,-, ,. inTiiic. TlHTl-fillV, Hi' Ill,- llli,,--,ijrn,., in,.,,,. Im-is uf I',, m,,;ui) ,"Jnil Mi.w., Ii,-,.t.. Villi., Infly., Ink,- lis i,,,,irliinilv" of ili'ii.vniL' iii lulu as iiii,,ualili,-,llv fulsi anil iiiiii-iii- in i-v,.-v ,ai.i,.ihi'., .-. 1 1, t iiii-uii-iiiiiii-.. Hal,- il, .ii fmiii ,,ur ,.,.. hiiuiI nliM-i-v hi ion iluii I,;,,-,. IHI Im-i-ii liiimri aii-il Inn mi ih, riiiiiiarv liavi- li,.,,i 1,,-tii-r ii-,-ai,-i' Ihaii any iinii,iaiiy in t li. '.'nil Mim.. I J, Lri iu'ii . 1 In n-;;ai,l In yi'iiii! to ( iilia. l':ii!ain I !) Inn i-i-,i-a,-in.v .lat, ,1, fi-,,, ,,. tinii' I lii-i ,,i,-,li,in iin Iii -1 a;:ilai,.il, tluit he Miii!, i!,i i-y,. iiinL, 'j,, ,i power that was mil in iulaliii, to inilitai-y t'uli-s an, I i- filial i, mis In i-iii-,. lln- ihli.- ,,f l,U ,.i,ni,ii,) in thin ilia II,. I'. A,-, -111111111 ii) in;; (hi-. Ii'iin- you iii HUM a l - ii-i I! I a I I ill, I I'OI 1 1 . L' I . I rull- Clean L'p! Mrs. Newman T. Winter enjoyed a visit last week from her Biother Mrs. Bryan, of Lake Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Holland arrived Monday after spending sever months with relatives in Liverpool, Eng. Mrs. Miller Todd enioved a visit last week from her charming inter, Miss Carlton, of Lake Village, Ark. Mrs. Harvey Miller and little Marian and Miss Louise Valliant ('ft lust week for 8t. Louis on the Hill City. Mr. Wade E. Negus, after a pleasant visit of some weeks to 'ew York and other places, has returned home. it ' Mrs. S. K. Dunn and Miss Lucille returned Monday from a visit if some weeks to Dr. Dunn, at Mississippi City. Mrs. Robert CamDbell and Mr. Edwin' Campbell spent several Bays this week at Hollondale with Mrs. Magruder. Bricht little Shall Yerecr left Tuesday for Greenwood, where he fill lie the guest of Master Will Yerger Humphreys. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Smith have returned from a charming trip, ncluding Washington, and several cities in Virginia. Miss Edith Vaughn's return this week from Birmingham was Jmilod with delight by her many friends and admirers in iiieen- ille. - Miss Bettie Yerger, who has been enjoying the charming hospi- ality of Miss Narcisse Johnson for the past week, is at home 2un. Mrs. A. T. Torian is emoying a visit from Dr. and Mrs. Howard tf . Vicksburg, who arrived Tuesday night on the Belle ot the fiends. Mr. W. II. Mellor returned Tuesday night from Michigan City, nd., where he speni two weeks most pleasantly with relatives and riendi, Mr. Abe Yerger arrived Sunday from Panama Park on a twen- ly-day furlough, and is being warmly welcomed by lus family and jrionus. Mr. nn.l J R TJplirnn nnd Misses Lena Holmes and Edno Wetherbee returned Tuesday from a most delightful visit of several weeks to Chicago. Mile. Lomso Pecquet, connected with the Metcalfe-Collins Semi nary, hns returned to Greenville, after spending her vacation with relatives in New Orleans. I Mrs. Hanway, with her pretty and accomplished daughters, plisHea Julia and Minnie and tine little sons, have returned from a de- (h'ghtful visit to Waukesha. . Mr. Allen Montgomery, another soldier boy, arrived several days 5gofrom Co. IL, at Panama Park, for a visit to his parents Maj. and IW V ' -i T ...... ..f "i. i'.ujjuo iUonigomery ut uwuuoi. Mrs. George "Wilhelm and children and Miss Both Gary have re turned from an absence of some weeks spent in the .North. ,lrs. iWilhelm's health being greatly improved. Messrs. Will Robertshaw and Phil Love left Wednesday to join their commnv nt Panama Park. Always popular, these soldier hoys received many attentions on their short furlough. Mr P,,.,,,, 1?;,-)ou-ds .,imo in from HollnnJi.'.ii and spent Tues- ')V with Urcetivllle friends',' whd Were delighted to see how rapidly W ik ' mpl'ovin,,-and hoim he will sikiii be - entirely 'ii'stored to Hth. ' ' h-! ! 1 'I v Cunt, and Mrs. W. W. Stone and interesting little Ainue, returned from a visit to Buy St. Louis. The many friends ot Stomj lire deliirlitett to know she was improved 'by her trip: Ella still lingers in' New Orleans. 1 '; IJeut. H. G. lluniiiiity a ai i iyed on Saturday lad from Panama Park and after iqehding several days with hisfainily here.lett Iiiewlaj , fwuini.anied by tyra. Humphreys and children, for Greenwood where pe wilrpend tHo rimainihg days of flii fnrl'Mlgh. When Govcruor McLaurin's telegram mtched (JrceiivlUe Wed nesday, announcing the decision of the War Department to muster out the First and Second Regiments of Mississippi Volunteers, the interested citizens were wildlv enthusiastic over the most welcome news. Could the gallant lHiys"have looked upon the taeos of loved ones andeen depictodtbore the hanpy expressiou caused by Uie thought of their early return, it would ftllUVbt have oniiehs!Uw t.iem tor the hardships of army life, which they hare endured for over three months. Some one was heard to remark, "every citizen of Greenville thuid'l SHuipple at the deiMd nn(io jn hlng'nij the iixoiogy;: as the train pull iifto the oity ;' All honor' to these splendid men who hnve fhown their willingness to serve their eouutry, and uion their return they will be given a perfect ovation. hart i-nni-oi-nin h,'iiiL; i-ii't-iilnti. t;-s, ii i r.-1 i; iii.ik,-, .1 M K,ili,-iNI,au, Win K l -,iiliarl, Mai (' -cul l v . W l( M-lMi- i-. l-.yn' siarlliiL'. ,lr. w 'I' l- i man, .MiMus Mov,., .1 K CllllH I v. A (' la-il. ii A e.irnlni', -latin's I lam-,- . II .1 i'rmii,,ii. -y,lni.y s K,-ks, .1 Alh.-i-t i.arj. (' K llai'lnian. Walli-r.l llovts, II s II, -a,l. It.,y r Hainnipi Rli-lial-,1 II K,-ni, A I. T.ln,l4,-i . .1 ill II l ull:?. I- I- Lain , - M All, ll. li II Mtnn;,-!-, M W Ma-,,n. C I. MHclifll, I' II Mi-.,--, I'llL't-nr Mull;:,-!', T Mci;lv.-n. I' o'l 'niiliin , I' II l'l,-r,'". rhas lu-li.-r. K w Floy, I. J- A -la-'-han. i;ho k .-until. Auiim ( sinltli, 1 -Ii 11 1 1 1 st,,k,-s. liany A -lain,'?, .luliu's 'Jolt. K n 'l iiiviv. llllnni -litter, - J Wt-iisti-r. Ik-rllert A U r,o,l. .1 1-,-ltiaiii ArrluM-, t In- ilion t hat .a.s I. t lull y -nliinit t.-il, Il - l.ll lai-t, Ai-1. 1 .-ivi-r, l.ri, II lliint, M A II.T--'iliilll. s II ,-l ',. , I' Muni L'lniirry, i-, i ,-i ih ri II ( lii-iinlii", Jaf ,1, .-in aon. I lias, i hiM-iii, S:l 111 ( a.u.-l. I h.i. I I ran,.. Harry lilltln.rliaii ii-. r 1-,-iih K i i,, l-r, II 'I' llai-nunii. l-tll.-l I Inrw ,11, U In-rrain, M ill I' Mall. ill Klrv.-s. -I II I ai,-.,ck. Iiii I...V,.. Alli- ll illltli, I. -l,ra,i,-r. ( ' W Mn, -a mi ,t. ,. 1-raiiU i Mill,-,-, .1 ii :m,,i-i,,,!. .In, , I-: Mm ri !ii. 1 1 ri i tv .1 Mii-t,-r. I W Ml llul,' I. IMik, r. .1. -111! I'ilvi-llll. I II ;.U-IT, Aii-;ul -,-lill,-f .1- ,Iui -lmrl,-n, I' I' ui'l li'Tlun,!. i in Harlhiu'. Jr, II, -l inan Voss, John I .",',-n. A ii rrou,talf. 'I li aiiu'l.toi, v .- u i rii.-i-, I U Wii.l,., .lam--- II W litt,-, I-. I Mil) tllr, I he city s ninrals are not more importani llian iu I .t ! ; ! lu nllli. Willi .vellow fever di-i'lared at )runod, and rumored here and yonder over lite State, the sanitary eiiiidil mn ol ( ireeiiville is a ai-mimr. In 17 the lir.-t esse of fever in Ihi- city appeared near the end of Aiiirut. A killing fro-t may lie eiohl weeks oil'. A quarantine would be a calam ity, but even a few eases of yel low fever would Ik? doom. There is no necessity for a "'scare, and all rumors and repor' s should be discredited and disbe lieved unless substantiated; but there is no use blinking the fai l thai the stale board of health has declared that el low fever exists at Orwond, and if it has appeared in the State, it is possible for it to reach ( ireeiiville. The city should be put into as good n condition as po-sible. Even if there were no appre hensions of an epidemic, the ex isting sanitary condition of the, city is a menace, and should be at once amended, as well for the credit ot the city as ior its health and contort. 1 rowii Tories' Mi-I'lain. of (in tilt- sirk the list WitlnllH, is 1'. Minuet t, roiiiliii'ioi- Walu-i' Seat horn, tins iioen t his n rok. MU Nolli,- Walker, ef vinitin- her sinter Mrs. W mi Ah-x inilor stivei. Mrs. I', -Ion li. Hopkins mill Jiie tiireKiine enii Ari'hie nin-tit this wi-t-k wit.ll I Iroenvillo friolliln. The oxeiirsion (riven by the Ili-Ue (if tho lieiuls Sundav afternooii was pat- l iini.od hy a lar'e ei-owil. II. T. Cnishy, tin- hustling editor of the (ireoniyi)O(l r, .iininnveiilth, wa in town a few hears itnrilav. Mr. ( harlio Klliol', spi-nt Tlinrsiln)- in t h, liis ,-oniin Mrs. T. H. ' of .Miiyet-Bvilli) i-ity, jjucst nt limy. A full stock of Sash, Doors lilinds at factory prices. Lk.U KNWOIiTII Ll'.MHI'.l! ('(I Old dust received Sidenberg clear T. a iuli Havana JSKKIl line ot Cigars. KUG. .1. C. liadgesky & Co. keep the best Whiskies, Brandies, ines, Gins, lieer, Cigars and Tobacco. For fancy summer drinks the Re sort lakes the lead. Polite atlend anls nnd courteous treatment. The Resort makes a specialty of the jug trade, and satisfaction is guaranteed. Nutlet' In Toacllt'l's. First Fall examinations will lie held ns follows ; For white teach ers at School No. 1, September ; for colored teach No. i', September have Mrs. Miss Wednesday evening was a time of rejoicing among Ihe mothers of Greenville, on account of a tele gram from Governor McLuurin, stating tli nt his wishes bad been granted and that the Nt and L'nd Misssis.-ippi regiments would as soon as possible lie scut to Lauder dale Springs, Miss., and mustered out ot service. Two ladies took copies of the telegram, got in their carriages, and made the rounds of the city, carrying the good news. McLaurin stock went up like a skyrocket, and il is safe to say that for a time he wa- an exceedingly popular man in Greenville. One lady proposed to make him one of the largest pies he had ever seen, and another volunteered to -end him a "mess" of greens, with full permission to cat the in any way bo liked. Jesting apart, the prompt and effectual action of the governor in this matter is highly apprecia ted by tho boys and their friends. hith and 17th ers at School -Mm aim -jnn. PKP.CY BKLL. Supt. Fd. Washington Co. See us for Orsna buro's, Ba$in$ Ties. The Baird-Smith Co. of 1 will leave to-night for F.astern markets, where 1 will purchase a complete Fall and Winter stock, announcement of which will be made later. In the meantime all goods on hand will be sold at strictly cost price. IKE SAOK. Notice. 1 .ids will be received at the of fice of Mr. (Tins. Starling. Secre tary of tho Hoard of School Direc tors, until Sat unlay, Sept. K at (i p. in., for the construction of an addition to the Shelby -trcel School, Plans and speeilications must accompany bid. Informa tion on which to base plans and speeilications can be obtained from II. St. I- Coppee, Phelps binding, and F. F. liass, Supt. of Public Schools. From four to six car loads Shingles constantly kept lit II. X, Al.K.XANDKu's Mr. .1. Ilenle, of the firm of Leyser Ac Co., returned this week from the Fast, where he has pur chased the largest stock of goods ever brought to the city. They are doing a jobbing business in eouucctiou with the retail. A visit to their establishment will verify the above tacts, HOT DAYS THESE And a wav to forget them Ol'TING SI II UTS, thiness of I'NDFKWFAl!, breezy CLOTH ING and HATS these do the work. WAHNFH& SFARLFSCO, Vicksburg, Miss. BUCKLEN'S AKWICA SALVE, The lir.ST Salve in the world for Cute, l5rut8P6, Sores, Ulcers. Salt Hlieimi, Fe ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands. I 'hill blniiis, Conifi, and all Skin Erupt inn?, mid positively cures Tiles, or no pay re quired. It ts'iiimiiiteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 'i.iccnts per hoi. For fnle at f ll-n'p I M;cn S i ouk Mikt A Slitch In Time Suyur nine. Hutflms' Tonie mew irapru vril lut-Ui ,!i-ahntl , ta'ht-n ill i-hly Spring an, I F all jiiuvi-tits cl.illu, Dimikuu ant Malarial Fevers, Als on tin1 liver, tones up t lie system. Iletter than Otiinine. litinranteeit , try it. At llriwr. ilium, fine, untl $1 .mi linttu-s may;! How to LOOK Good looks arc rea skin deci), depending a healthy condition liOOd. ytnore than entirely on ot all the vital Improved Train Service Southern Rail way, Taking Effect Sunday, Sept. 4, 1898. No. -l-i len . 1. 10 p 111 .4.47 p m .7.10 p ni . s.:tn p m lu.,Vi p m .4.10 a m ..",.(10 a in ..4."i a m .'.i.'.'o a in 1 1.5" a vn , 5.ii u m . T.lo a m . s.'.'.j a m 1 1. .".' u in . I", p 11! 1.', p in . r. pi ii in ! -m i a tu I'i.l-i a t-i Coliiniliiis, . . . West t'oint. . " " " Winona " ( Ireemvood . . . ' " arrives (Ireeiiville.. ' ,'IT leaves ( 'oliimlnis. . . . - ' West Point. .. ' ' " Wiiioaa " " " ( Irei'iiwood . . . " " arrives ( Ireenville. . :W leaves (li-cenville. -. , ' ( li-euitwiiinl . . . ... i- " Winona Colnmliiis i. ,-iS " (Ireenville... ( llVl'IOVIIIIll . . . Winona West I'eiie - ' ( 'nlur-i i"- . . . Tins i-iii n-''iin nt el !i-;iin s, rviee ivill elial'le the tr-ivrliiu'- pulilie to t, Hiiine its I'entii'i'tioti '- " il h t 'i'1 1 (-'. I--K. and ls at I'.ii niin,li-i"i iih nil throtij-'h trains Inr I lie east, with I 'nil mail car serviee l,,-tr,-n I '.i l ioi nu h.i m ami Urecnville. Mis.-. Scliedule of Kos. 3.', and :in is not, elm Hired, X,s :i7 anil :W takes no time et (,, i,a .H'.-.liimiil-iitatlell. l.aiullin L II l'i Hli.'h be ii'en Ilirinlniiliam and (ireeiiville. V. A. Ft'l.WII-KK, Our stock of i;i'ods is now com nlcte and we arc iirepnrcd to show the largest nnd prettiest stock ot j Dress Goods. Silks, etc., cv" shown in this cif 'vur buyer i's j still in New York, tm-' " ti,o .-t li- j appear in t!a city Von may sec i IdOlll lit 11IC S.IIUC mn, m J:,,l,lon l-V'lo Stoic. We invite inspection of our mnmmoth of goods. CHAS. HAFTFK organs. If the liver be inactive, you have a billions look, if your slon:;! ! be disordered you haven dyspeptic li-ok, if your kidneys be atlected you have a pinched look. Secure good health, and you will surely have good looks. "Elec tric bitters" is a good Alterative and Tonic, Acts directly upon the stomach, liver and kidneys. Purities the blood, cures pimples, blotches and boils, and gives a good complexion. Fvery bottl-i guaranteed. Sold at Finle tVifi store. A Friend Drops In to illlt. ye-- 5 )00ZJ pc stock nd an eveuipv. Talk is plcas Nothi'v l,(.tt,-i' to jiroinot.pti i feelili'' 'J"'', .u.Hh con- 've'sntuHi ih:n real, irood whiskv ! it 11 . ', i oi wine. We would iikc to sen ou a small lot of good things for home nso liimors that nii with ice and others that are lietter strtiight. You can get a pnul whiskv at NCOTT'N SIL(M). Miss Hannah Cotdstein, Mannia lunyenlji-iin and Mayer Hi-ill also left fur (li'iiryi'tinui tealtmiil --ot 1,''.-. Mrs. . I-:. Wethi-i'liee. Miss Kdna and lovely little F.thel, tlie pet of the town. l,-a'e teinnrrow to visit relatives in Indiana. Mr. Max Tuseli, now nf (ireeupoint. N. Y.. will return to (ireeiiville in a few wi-,-ks to talc eliai-,-,' of the clot h- in establishment of l.,-ys,-i- ,v Co. .Messrs Hay and I 'eri'.r Toombs, two of (irei-nville's hriht,-st and inosl protiiisin youni; luen. left Friday nioi-niiiir fur ( ieor'-tinvn. Ky., for anoth'-r year at ,'ollei;. I!ev. W. M . Hun- and Mrs. Hurr liavn returned from t heir sumnier va cation, and rejrular niornintr and nifrht services will be resumed at the iiaptist C'linri-h on Sunday. Sept. 4th. Dr. Howard '1'. Stewart lias returned from asnjouni in New York City, anil isauain in ehar;ie of ills ofliee. Mrs. Stowart will remain for a few weeks at the Inline of her parents in Alabama. Al.tont.ion is called to a change in the published schedule of the South ern Ky.. which takes oil' tin- Winona accommodation train, and -rives in stead a dailv double service between Winona and (ireenville. Mr. Smith Gildart. looking us hand some and commundi n;r as ever, despite soldier life, arrived Thursday nifrht from I'anama Park for a ten day fur-loueli- Mr. Gildart left camp before the news reached there to tho effect that they were to he musterod out, so ho will leave here with a liirh'. joyous heart. Xational Kneampinont, (I. A, K-. Cincinnati, Ohio. The Y, A M V. Railroad will sell round trip tickets only on Sept. .'!. I. and .', linal limit Sept. 12th. IS'.i-i, for return. Continu ous pass-lire in each direction. Ifute fi-oin Greenville $11. To for round trip, for I'm tlieradvice apply to li. A. Mi DOWKI.I,, I . A- J.NO A. SCOTT, I). V A. Memphis, Tenn. Yesterday Kay and Percy Toombs returned to (icoi-e-etown College, ac companied by their youneer brotlicrs Pcibert and Fred, and Masters Myev Brill, and Mannie Oujrtienheim. also Miss If anna Goldstein, Jack Puxton preceded thom a few days for the sauir institution. Georirctown should feel proud of the Washington county eon tiiifjent, both for its number and per sonnel. Abe I-'. Oliver died at the. residence of his brother-in-law, Walter McClain, Monday nieht. after an illness of two, weeks, of peritonitis. Mr. Olivar 'was manajjer of a ini-ee plantation tit Hen !a,h, in Holivar county, ami came hero in hope that the change would be bene ficial. The remains were taken to the old home of the deceased, at Murfwes lioro. Tenn., Monday morning accom panied hy t it (vi. MeClain. The annual announcement of the St. ttuse of Lima School appears m this isv.-,;, of The Timks. Tho many friends of this excellent and reliable iust it nt ion will rejoice to know that since its establishment in Greenville il has met with uninterrupted success and prosperity. It is conducted under I he auspices of the Sisters of Mercy, its teachers being selected with cure and good judgment from among tho best rpialitied members of the order. Its course of instruction embraces U branches necessary to a complete, ishi cation, from tho earliest rwtimenta to the most, advanced -.vlte and accent plishtnetits:io.i.siHisfaetory methods are te-UiieU to hy the fact that its ex tensive patronage is bestowed not only by people of the Catholic faith, hut ei all other religions creeds. IXntolutluu Nollrr. To Whom It May Concern: Thin is to certify that 1, Jue Nom, havo Hold all my interest in the grocery business conducted under tho firm mime of dun Sang, Urns & Co., at No. 13; Washing ton Avenue, to Jue Choe and Juo Ia-p. They alone are authorized to collect and pay debts. JUK NOM. (ireenville, MiR., Aug. H, Hits. University OF Mississippi. 1848-1808. Courses in Literature, Science, riiilohoiibv Elocution, l'edugopry. Law. 'i-j. Schools. Enlarged corps of instructors. Complete water and wimtary system. Unsurpassed healthfulncss. TI'lTION KKEK to men and women in all depart ments except law. All Expenses low. Semi-Centennial celebration Nov. (ith-sth, isns. Next session opens Sept. Kith, For catalogues or information, address, K. I?. Fu.ton, Chancellor. University, Mi ss. IK MAP AND STIiTSON HATS. Sol Urill has just received a lai n line of the latest Fall Shap : in Dunlap and Stetson Hats. ESTABLISHED 1818. SOMMER BROS. GItKENVILLE, MISS., FUNERAL DIRECTORS s JLULt EMBALMEHS, A Full Line of WETAL1C. WOOD CLOTH COVERED CASKETS, ALSO KUItlAIltOIIES. OPEN DAY and NIGHT in -I i- riwBivi K. (i. Iarshall is now in the East seen, mg his Fall and A inter goods. E 'i-ybodv knows Mar shall, and kt.ivvs that he always buys the best ; the cheapest tig urcs. and al o that ho gives his customers the benefit of the name. Remember this ; ul buy your Fall and Winter gom. - from Marshall. Call and See the Clebrtud.fc. Quaker Folding Hot Air ul t J 'rolongs Life, .--Hves .vieiiieine ana MTHnii.w 1 . .1 .... l:o In. WorM Hit I'oeior niiis. umibomi, o. Self Adjusting for Ladies, (ientls inen and Children. toucan have at home in your own room Turkish, Russian, Hot Air, Steam Vapor, Medicated, Per fumed, Mineral, Salt, (Quinine, Hop or Sulphur Baths, at a cost of about cents ier bath. Hot Springs or Mineral Springs at home for the weak or strong, sick or well. Price S5.00- I have the exclusive agency for this celebrated Hath Cabinet. C. E. BLEDSOE. L'l'T Main St., (ireenville Miss. Lima's ROSE) OF Academy GREE VILLE, MISS. 1. Tlil well known In.tltup wlli re open It claRr fn Sep! l.1!'! a fun rnrpn f roinp'-tMnt tfarhcrii. TIim ( Irrlrulwm f stti'UMs morjecs k fu'l Kml'M!i rurs with fllhfr M;ttliHmntlrs lfvtlt-ltet'plntf. MnnurHph. Mrln, hr-tirji tut'l F cutkm I'hv flfiit CuirurM, Music on liiint., iiin, Kiutc, t.ultnr, Mfimloliii. I;.iitl'. i-'c.. au ta Music, PiilnlliiL' In oil atnl U 'at or ( olm 11 kinds of -lain and f;tn'' n-'dlc w.rk. th'trouu'tily f-Mill'l" Kiii'lertfartt-n forms an Intcrcstlnif rptiturf of Hit Academy, uml tin mile oiui urn U- Mlt-ts uf mhm'IiiI rare lo thr Mstrrs In chartif. For further particulars couccrniiiLr boartliui; niiln. u'Ay to ol-lm BANISTER'S FINE SHOES. So has just received a ViP-g? ''ne of Banister's Fine Shoes, lntest shapes and shades, ARE YOU BANKRUPTinheakh. constitution undermined by ex travagance in catinc;, by disre garding the laws of nature, or physical capital all gone, if so, NEVER DESPAIR Tutt's Liver Pills will cure you. For sick headache, dyspepsia, sour stomach, malaria, torpid Kver, constipation, biliousness nnd all kindred diseases. Tutt's Liver Pills an absolute cure. Sisters of Mercy. Scconfr Session, '0S'09, of the A NON-SECTARIAN SCHOOL K)R (Btrls anb HJoitng Xabics. IN THE DELTA. (Brecnvtllc, flDississippi. ''When lioinu facilitios can lie obtaim-i for for seeking schools elsewhere no longer exist. polite ediieation. th nc-wity ' Ex-Ciov. Kobert Lorr. Opens September 12, 1S9S. A ilitll fur bord!ng imll boys wbo with ! tu-nd Smlnary t, dally pnpili it usdfr ihc proprieiorBlnp and personul ni,ervliluD of ille. M. N. K. l'ecquvt, uf Hie faculty. Send for program of the 9emloary. Gko. Whkatm-v, l'rwidfnt. Fkf.i) Metcalfe, So rctury. THE PEOPLE'S LIGHT CO. G-xoonTrillG, 2viss. WNFKS OK TIIK o Kiison Hyiro-CailiOD IncandesceHt Lipt Approved hy all insurance authorities: Perfectly safe: Briphtr than electricity: Cheajicr thnn any other known artificial lifrht: Hums pas generated from 175 tort coal oil. Write or call. We have the only exclusive ly Wholesale Liquor House in the Delta. T. Isesbero. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Ow largo stock of' "iLr- SPORTING GOODS, ISC1XDINC) Base Ball Supplies, Croquet Sets, Fishing Tackle. Etc.. 5SSto'which we Ixnipht at low prices, wo vil I now sel tu you at a Imrsr-iin, piviup you a Inp discount, as wc have n I.irpc st. u e also have just received a nice line ot HA.MMtH. K. We wish io call your attention to the fad that we have an elepaut line of 1UBLKS, which we will sell you at the actual cost of printing and binding, as our instructions from a relipioiis society were to K'll them at actual cost, the object lieinp to spread the Bible unions; the people, and no profit is wanted. We also have W i.lvSlKKN UK U i I . I ; I AIlliliRiM' UH -TIDXAUV. Tho former price was 7. .'o. We are offering them now atl..V. IVnn't forget in the meantime that we keep always the LATEST PKKIOniCALS ami NKYVSl'Al'KKS. We offer you the best 5 and ten cent lox paper on the market. Our 2.x' paper is worth ."iV. Call w hile it is going at 2.V. CARTER'S BOOK STORE. A"u n Hi. CAETER. TProo. America's Best 5o Cigar. XSOXZlZT, Solo Agent.