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r.mTitt is visiting friends at Baird. ... . . . I Irt Ww Yuri; Ir. ii in.. i . John (ii1x"iry ' Til,,linff l"s 01,1 no,"" i . ... l ....4 ........I li.,m u iiliHiti'mt tilth, li'liv I,. Jr U H. Sncll HlH,,,t Wcdnowlay in (Jreenvillo, en nmtn to in r""' . . . . i i. i i .. T fl WlMXl nil IlrM IVnillH luriiur, Hi mi vjwiui:, nuic r. h ... .Thursday- 1 i W. Bcnoit, of MoinphiH, uncut several days this week Ln'viHo friends. l- i:h Vntiffhn. ono of our popular girls, lift accepte.l ft po- J Mr. A. T. Torian. yil ! Miliar nd pretty little daughter, Willie, have returned from Jisf :lt Vie Krwin nnd attractive (laughter, Miss Bessie, spent 1 & Mrs. H. T. Hawkins. Ouinry Kwing in enjoying a visit from her lovely daughter, ,5e'l!ftHrt of New Orleans. Medora Aiken han returned from a most deliirtful i--il of w"k to friends in Shelhyville, Ky. S M. HigfT'"8 oxpeeta to leave in a few days to visit her Mm.' I-'''')''1 L- L,lsk' in irminKllllul- ' Arthur W. Yerger, of Runnyniede, spent several days very intly last week with (ireenville friends. M. Middleton left Saturday for a visit to her parents, Vnd'Mrs. Hon Humphreys, in l'ort Uihson. ii IWrveV Miller, little daughter Marian mid Miss Louise Val l'iip- - - ... .i t i k: hive returned iroui a picuwui uii m .i. """ Miriam Shelton has returned to her home in Memphis, utter f itful visit to her cousin, Miss Lady 1. Shelton. . . ,u ni Ik. mi. niniiii. niter n (inr :i I ist i u ( in ll kR AnniO iUU.mr.rn " ...... . .. , - - h time she visited Washington and cither places of interest. I.. 'i-u....,! .mil nit mi't ivn viiumr (Ifiiifflitcr. M iss ( i racia. Sing at the home of Mr. Alee Henderson, near Ku.inyiiieile. Miss Marv Trigg's ninny friends ore glad to welcome her, after a visit to relatives in Virginia, where she was most royally enter- .. , , sit......., nfi..,. must ilclinrlitf ni visit to relatives unity, left Sunday night for his home, Mum plantation, n-a. hoz. ... i,Q nvMi v liilli' o-iicst of Miss Helen Moyse, turned to her homo in Canton, atter a chumimg visit ot some iks here. ... i u t ,.f in., n four iiPiiL-u Knniit iilonsantlv in our city Miss r?eiau ivuna", ui ..-.. . ...... ,.. ---., . it of Mrs. Fannie Stanton, left Sunday for her home in lens.is M. La. t i. A nn.l .liilili'pn mid Mrs. I). (!. Mont L'oiiierv and L son, Cameron, have returned from a pleasant summer spent in lincssee. 1( t n n f T.ittlo Rock- formerly connected with the I ' " . , ... n. ..: , -u ,,nl n v free ted ov f'crui., spent ouiuiiHj 'v many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Raker and children have returned from Jnnyniede, where they spent me sum.uci, mi h. Pehl's pretty home on Broadway. I ... n... if. n, In- thi'ir return from Canton, 1 .Misses buhio ono i'ii"s'vt r . 'i'i,.. ., ii 1 . . . . . .i i i. t i... ;.. i.i.mv nilinirpi's. lliev wcie no ire hngntoneu me iium is x - Itsnnio weeks nd had a most charming time. 1 v v n..a lna rt..rned from a pleasant summer spent with . "l.V 7 :" i ... i.:.. mwtwl l)v his ninny ativcs in fllissouil, mm . ft "if 7 i.k.,.' rtenville friends. Mrs. and Miss Bass will return latei. t ni!m'i T)nliniv left Wednesday tor Misses, noien r.n.ay ent(,.. scloi. isav e, tho toriuor u vsu u w, ,:," iu . . . i i. .;n t. ..,.n,r m n, iv (ireenville friends. lose loveiy gins win im giw; ...i... - ... ,. i i l !... stiin.lii iv after an extendi Viimn H1,ll 'tltlllflll ft I 111111,11 lll'lll MO"l'.T I . . , - ...iro u. n. ..v.. ,., l,.,,!,,!. of friends Snooze, and is receiving a wanu gi" . , .. ight and attractive, she is a welcome addition to any soual galhei i. ... i,i.niiWf irirls. rciturncd tlii U DC biiwnn n 'nnmhlt . MT1! ill UlU IUVV-hvk .T V-.r"N'y'!:-T. fwt.l V-o( C tv. Jiu-kson ecu trom a long visit to ineiios , , ,.nell ; . .C i i it... ....Mlt.iimt nf lllUC'tl sOCUU UUtll la Canton, and in eacn inace was ui , , ,iu.. At Us finv. came up Mrs. Lizzie 15. Uoloman anu ungi.i u'' , , wP ,ml will .. ... . n. T .ol'o 1'rnvidence alio 'oi ?i e lie eof the lienas iuesouv ' ,.;(n,u who ake their home in Greenville, where they have many tnends who jelconie their return. Quite a lM nartv went up to Rosedale Wednesday to attend uo ,, ,,. . "i.v - ti,, u-otk Mr. and ivus. tiicn-carK wc( ding. Among ... n rlin(r,mii.rv Imold, Mr. Earl Xllon,Mr. A. 0. lwr,Mr.A 1,?' lid Miss Nettie Anderson. All returned to Greenville J huisday. UI.I.Li: 111- Till-; isiivus, The merchant i.f ( ircciiv illc mi Sunday laM pn-nilcd l ilu 'M ll of Hit' I'ihi.i, , iaii,,iiinc nMd lieniilifullv d -ii;ii('. icr WHicr 1 11-'' i a 1 U n m' tht. ,iuh , tceni in winch (Hipular I, mil is held. In ackiinw Icclgcuiciil and appreciation llic nllii-cr, jj-aV(, free e.cu !. n In mir ci! i.cus. Siimmi l',- !ainl 1 1 1 i'i i -I if. t ilclndil- f III Illll.-ic. .Nil'. Mi:(inW:lll. tin. popular and coiirtcuiis !cward, liad must ti'iiiiiliiiL' rcfi'c hiucuN served to the large iminliiT of guests, a'ld a must charining cM'ii. ing was spent. The hunt rctiirnixfi at seven for its reirular trin t. N'ii'Nslinig. Two much cannot he .-aid in praise i' tlii- splendid hoat and its courteous and attentive ollicers. ('apt. Mose Smith, the well known and popular Captain of the Ruth, is in coiniuaiiii, unii' apl. litis Nimptz is enjoying his vacation in the North, ('apt. Smith, aside from being courteous, is an inter esting man, and has many thrilling river experiences to relate. Mr. Scott I'liillips, in the ollice, is also pleasant and attentive to guests. Mr. Frank Maugham, well known iiml popular in (ireenville, is liinil clerk, and interest liiniscll in making the trip a pleasure to pas senger-, Altogether those wish ing to spend ii few days most de- ly iltu Iv should make the trip to Vieksliurg ami return on that ideal packet. I.i'lle ol the lieials. An Auspicious M.'u ria,'e. From tho l!iscda!t correspon dence of (he Memphis Commercial Appeal we ::kf the follow in: "At the Ml'i.idisl Church here lis evening. .Miss Fannie Clark' and ('. I!. Allen were united in the luilv bonds of wedlock, liev. H.J. Movers ntliciat i n,i.'. Seldom has n nrelticr or more impressive wed ding been witnessed. The church had been decorated by ln ing hands with rare and beautiful llowcrsand evergreens. 1 lie bell under wlncli the bride and giooni stood consist ed of satin, overlapped wi'h u pro fusion of bride's roses and smilax. Immediately in (he background u solid bank of llnwei reared in nvrumid form, and in Iront of the aitar large lint house Mowers in artistic vases and fern wen? in evi di'iice. Promptly at S:'-'0 o'clock the bridal party marched to the altar, to the beautiful wedding inarch rendered by Mrs I. A. Harris. 'I lie bride wealing awhile satin gown ami carrying bride's losfsiiiid sun ,ix. was met ar rim iltnr bv the handsome uroorn, and in a beautiful and impressive, cere mouy the twain were made one. Immediately following the cere mony the guests, after partaking of refreshments at the hospitable home of the bride's parents, repair ed to the spacious court room and engaged m mazy dances. Miss Fannie Clark was one of Rose dale's most esteemed young ladies loved by every one. fslie is the daughter of Hon. Fred lark, and granilaughter oftiov.Cliarle.sChirk, Mississippi's governor during the civil war. Mr. Allen lias been in Kosedale for the past five years, connected with Fuiled Slates levee engineers, is much esteemed by nil who know him and highly valued ag an efficient levee engineer." Improved Train Service Southern Rail way, Taking Effect Sunday, Sept. 4, 1898. Bikhnp Thumpsoa on Eipantion. These are days when earnest and freipienl prayer should ascend for the country. The Almighty has gotten His a.vl'ul grip upon tho I'nited States of America, and is leading them, His bridle in the nose, where lie pleases, and not they. The most helpless ill tho crisis are the unfortunates who are placed to "govern," and imagine things are managed by them. To the eye of tho thoughtliil, l'rcsidcnt, Congress, army, navy and people have been playthings ill the hand of the Lord of Hosts, The old I'nited Statos, its con ceits, its fancies, its "statesman ship." so-culled, its ideuls of '"pro tection," its "American system," its policy of isolation, its intolera ble brag, have been Liftod up, pitched out and ordered to mauch with the rest of the world and show what a hundred years have brought forth. The mail who sees nothing in this but larger cause for brag and '"politics" is a fool or a knave. The man who knows anything of the world's history sees that the crisis is upon us as it never was, even in our civil war. Can we be a World's Empire (for that's what is upon us) and do high service to God acd man inwii of all colors making the idle boast of the old republic a j reality in the Imperial Republic? I - Church News, .Jackson, Miss. Town Topitf. V!io said yellow (ever? An early frost n pivtlieO-d. City Hi'hool open Sept. '.'Uli. Kail biiHinem u opcnini,' up nicely, This cool Hiiup means death to yel low fever. Dr. H. T. Sti"wnri left on Tiicitdny for Alnlmmu. Keep cool, This yellow fever scare amounts to nothing. Tho river Ih lo er now than at any time thin yeur ti feet. Mm. Mary Canliehl is nt home from a visit to Kriiir I'oinl. a are now Nul lee to Touchers. First Fall examinations will he Id a-; follows : For white teach ers at School o. I, M'picmner ilth mid 17th : for colored teach ers at heboid .No. ftepteinner S,rd and -J4th. l'KKCY BELL. Supt. Kd. Washington Co. ,SV 7.s; fnr Or Slid Ini.rtis. P,n,0Sin& Sf Ties 1Ahe Liaird-Mnitn co. teachers Institute. An institute for white and one for co hired teachers will be in (ireenville. bep-ilillinff Sept. 12. A hiro-e attendance of teachers from all parts of the State is ex pected, many having already ar rived. A full stock of Sash. Doors and Winds at factory prices. LlCAVKNWOUTU Ll M11KK Co of From four to six car load Shingles constantly kept at II. N. Ai.kxandkk's "RlfWRinmi hriirhfon ustlieV take 2ieir flieht?" The Greenville pub c and The Cikpfnvii.le Timks as fcuch or more than any, have friimblcd and complained much nd bitterly about our "opera iouso," but now that even that altrv mnkpiihift hna linen taken rom us, we are bereaved indeed. Ilpttnl an rtr,.i. kriiian" Rlicfl aS )t was than no theatre at all ; and J et this is the condition that con fronts pleasure lovers of Green ville at present. Not even a pub lic hall in which nlav can be I'tfimtflft ! And yet we boast of 12,000 Inhabits or maybe more, rictym'jtoVffp iff" "V..t0 an(J prosperous (c?ty jj jf)is- "f )!.' Tl(cr,e',s fwne, Ourstockjpf press ffwyla, Trim mings, '.Oitituis, Sivjes, ,et,c, js pow jlbud ni,miJni mill wo firo rire- wriJ k sjiow he uiost bcaiiuful Iiue:of goods eW shown in this city. Our line of braids and trim mings of all kinds U the nobbiest in the market. I licg to call atten tion to our line of Ready .Made Skirts and Flannel Waists." Come early and get first choice. ' , CIIAS. HAFTKR. 4YjiFW;!t.Q?' ot Golden Kagle frk John IV. .Towull. of IjOn? wood, i upending the summer at (laily lrge shipments rffrltl'alLand Winter 1 'Jint received full line of Sidenljcrg elf r Uivtma Cigars. T. I.:i,RBEKG. Notice, l...fL'L.,l. -Ill1. o f the Metcalfe- Collins Seiniuarv, will give an organ recital at St. dames church tomorrow afternoon at ji o clock. Two car oad and Minds at II. j of Snsh, Poors N. Al.EXANPF.lt's. irs. Atkins & Jordan will ' i, oini-o.liiiusn on U ash- ington Avenue, recently the head- (luaners oi w -with a large and well selected as . . hmiHidiold furniture. HOI luicim ui Their stock will bo seie ae.i :..i llio needs and pret- erenecs of the most desirable class i. i ti,n mnnv nersons and families who are now selecting homes for themselves in villo will save money a"'.""";" isfaetion in examining their stock .,;iicr t Messrs. Atkins A Jordan in furmshing their hour's. Tr.iBi Fnll Shaves in i.w-vav. , - , , , Fine Soft and Mi nai at arms. .1. V, Radgeskv & Co. kec'p the i ti-i.:..i,;.w lii-iindies. N ines, Gins, ISecr, Cigars and Tobacco. For fancy summer drinks the lve- bort takes the lead, route auem - ., .i .uriaoiis treatment. UlltS uu.l v , " , . vwv .... TbP Resort makes a specialty ot IIIO pig unuD) '"""i"' ' guaranteed Latest shapes of the celebrated Dunlap Hats at Brills. ! We have the only exclusive 1 ly Wholesale Liquor House in tfe Delta. T. Isenbebo. . 1.10 .."..llll . I.' ' 11 111 .in i in i.:to ii in ,5."i p in a in u in .li.'.'o u in 1 1.5.- u in ."i.hii a in .7.1(1 a in . s. a in a in ir. i in I.'. i in Ilia in a ill . 1 1 HOT DAYS THESE And a wav to forget them Ol'TIMi SHIRTS, thiness of I'NDFRWFAR, breezy CLOTU INti and HATS-these do tho work. W ARMOR & SIOARLKS CO. Yicksburg, Miss. BUCKLEN'S AKJNlCA. SALVE. The I?KsrSii.vKtn tlie world forCntf, i.M...r...o C...a. ITli.orc Inll UhplllTl lp- ver Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands, Ctiill- UllllllS, COniB, UHU uo onui jiuini.iur, nail positively cures Piles, or no pay re- me .ni.iriinf ppfl (n tr I vp nprf nrt. satistnetion, or money refunded. Price 'J.iCClltS tier nox. PIT fill- hi rn.rti n lln-fi Stouk v :i.-, limvcs Colimilms t.11' P 111 Wi.i, 'cunt " Winona .. Creeiiwooii. arrives (ireenville ilT leaves ( 'ohiinbiis. . Went I'oint Winona ; ' (ireemvooil. ' ' arrives (iiveiivi'.li :ir, leaves (ireenville. . -. " ( ireeinveo'.l . Winona... . . I tiliinituis. . . ;is ,; (ireenville. . .. ( : i-i .en vi . id Winona i I. Wet l'liillt in. 1 . .. i'..!anit)iis, 11, mum ThU iirraiiu.'ineiit of train service will ennlile the travelinii' pid'Uc to ''','- Mime its eonnerliens win in. ,. v., . I! and also at liiniunir " ' ron.l, trains for II, St.. with rail man car service between I muins-dia m and (ireenville. Miss. schedule of Xos. 35 and ilii is noi cnai ye... 17 and :i takes up lime or i i"" '" )..,;., i.i.iiiiiii.i- tlirouirli 1 10- tween liinninohain and (,roonwl h. . A. r CI'" li.r-'i. The liiUHncry establishment of Mrs R. S. Strcain, which nuMO'if; , ....'..' l,- ,..i.,l,i;be,I in the favor nccn in u".! " :, , i of the ladies ot (.recnvitie, uas been i.t.rchased by Miss O'Connor. 1 ii . . . I i tiiiio nnen a Who will, in a " ...... i - hoice and beautilul stocK oi lau md winter millinery, ami mwies the public to call and eainiuc u. Miss O'Connor is now absent in New York, engaged in purchasing her stock, and the patrons of the estabrislimeiit can safely trust her experience and srood judgment in .' l ..... ;i Tl.is viillll.T the selection ox u. l.,dy has spent her life m ( .recn villc. where she is so well and favorablv known that formal ie eoinniei.dation or introdnetioii is .,t ,,..cessarv. Her taste and . i.:ii (.,. r..ilu'r with her eiieiv SMII, '" .. . ,., dice, can nc saiei - make the business a success., ..., prosperous one. Jas. jTTiTiiister makes the finest .Vui's Shoes o,i earth. Brill has a lare line ot the latest shapes and shades. ookt A Stitch In Time . ....... IIh..l' Tnnl. .i.nnr lmi.r.iT..l iiinto iilcnsnnll, tsken In early Sprint! ml Fll l.revenls v.n.iic, ieri(.iic ..mm..... ..'...i Aims mi tin' liver, tonce up the eyBlem. Belter than Oulnine. Oniirantecl , try it. AtDrni?. I!i819. sno. mill l mi bottles. mnyil -. How to Loon uooa. (iood hrnks are really more than skin deep, depending entirely on a health v condition t all the vital oreatis. ' If the liver be inactive, viiii have a billions look, if your 'stomach be disordered you have dvsjieptic look, if your kidneys be atlccted You have ;i 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. I'urilies the blood, cures pimples blotches and boils, and gives a rood complexion. Every bottlo guaranteed. Sold at Finley's drug store. Tho city government, of lie loriitixl in Skinner Hall. Mr ami Mrs. S. V. Stoekwcll hav returned from Cliicao. Dr. and Mrs. Fburard, of Vickohnrjr. are (juestM of Mrs. A. T. Torian. Nijiht trains on tin' Valley Kent" lian been tnken off for the present. Hon. A. bcwoiitliid has returned af ter an extended visit, to poinl north. The second re'dmelit leaves .laekson- villo Sunday for Lauderdale Springs. Not u single death has lien reported in the stato from yellow fever. I hen. whv be scared'' The .'ainlililiL' houses have cloned up tightly, and it is hoped that they will remain closed . Sol (.undid! left on Thursday for New Orleans, whore lie has accepted u tui tion with a lartfi; shoe house. Miss Kdna Shores and H. N. Herry were married lust Sunday at the homo if the liride, Dr. Hurr ofticiatm. Mr. Herman Wilczinski has returned from a visit of several weeks to Den ver, and reports a most pleasant vacation. Charles Haftor has returned from the eastern markets, and is opemne; up a tine fall and winter stock at his biy tore on Walnut street. A movement ts on foot to arrange for a lirst-class opera house in place, of the one now being- dismantled, which it is hoped will tie successful. The Board of Trade met Tuesday and adopted resolutions-assuring the world that (ireenville has no yellow fever, and doesn't propose to have it. The Delta Grocery Co., has been moving into its new quarters adjoining The Times oflice this week, and will soon lie in good shape for business. Those citizens who became so badly scared that, they skipped out for the north lust Monday now wish they had not done so. There is no yellow lever in the state, and certainly will not tie any in Greenville. it has been reported, that (ireinville has quarantined against the world, and against Washington county especially. That is untrue. There is no quaran tine against the county, and only nec essary precautions are taken against outside points. Wo are not afraid of yellow fever. It was reported Monday that ('apt . Walter MuCloin and wife were down with yellow fever at, their homo in the city, and everylxxly believed it. liut it, is a tact that both have been absent in Murfreesboro. Tenn., for the past ton days, enjoying line health, and all tho children who remained at home arc in the host of health. This is stated merely to show how little credence, is to be placed generally in reports circu lated by a few irresponsible people who never take the trouble to ascertain whether they are telling the. truth or not. DliMilutlon .Notlrf . To Whom It May Concern: This is to certify that 1, Jue N'oin, have sold nil my interest in the grocery business conducted under the firm name of due Sang, Img &. Co., at So. tlS.'J Washing ton Avenue, to JuoChee and Jue Ix'e. They alone are authorized to collect and pay debts. JL'K NOM. (ireenville, Miss., Aug. lt, University Ol' Mississippi. u ta utiu ESTABLISHED 1878. SOMMER BROS. (JHEENVILLE, MISS., FUNERAL DIRECTORS 18481808 Courses in Literature, Science, Philosophy Hloctition, Pedagogy, Law. '.".'Schools. Kn la rged corps of instructors. Complete water and sanitary syMrm. f'nsurpasr-ed lieulthflllnes.s. TI ITIOS khf.k to men and women in all depart ments except law. All Expenses low. Semi-Centennial celebration Nov. tith-Mh, 1!0. Next session opens Sept. lMh, ISlls'. For catalogues or information. address. li. Ii. Pulton, Chancellor. University, Miss. Hrlils" Notice. i tn .- ..f Mitai-Biiijii. Wn-hini:tou Cminty I li. r-tiToftiiB Itii.ird l supervieorr. aeaK-a Imlh re invite! lo be lllp.l Willi tlie Clrrk ..n or lielo.. II o'cl.K'k in. of o. t.ibiT .1. I'l. fur bull. In-.' fioci.r.lini: to pinna aii'l iipt'ciii. om on lllu Utr oUic ni' the (.h.incory ( irk ..I BaiJ roi; ' v. UriJk'e cro Little Ja"ks" liftvoii.ii 1 ont ft. To trit- nlouifli opi'olt j the Hail .lu . .r.n bolh on r.ia.l ... I'.' in county . ' Boaril rBierTB the itrbt to le.in't nv .nul ... LppticalioiiB. (iiveu oner my band an J m ..I t'.l .'.Ui .biy ol si'i.t.-mt.er. l"a 1 . 11 HOOll. Clark. Bv W. W i I.t. 11 (J EMBALMERS. A Full Line of JIETATjIC. wood CLOTH COVERED CASKETS, ALSO KLKIAIItOIIEM. OPEN DAY and NIGHT Call and See the Celebrated Quaker folding Hot Air nil om.D liFGCu Hid ' MTitonlrlrf ,h. . .irf Mr. rw ' i. .lion Notice. Thy Stain of M:fc i--'Ml.i : . .1 .n. ei. liiirry VergBen. V. m arp ron " ... !.-l lo u ppi'ar before Oil Chanrorv ( ouii-.l i. . '.'..unt r of WaBhn.irt..n, in am. I s'tnt,-, millo- ' .si Monday ( October. a. li. Iv., lo i.ait. in aaul court of Sar.ili I'r.iuhail r.'i, . .ii. rliTrin yon area ilrl.n.b.nl. I II. IIOOO. Clerk Tins 'Jlth dnv of An:,, t t. l. l'ldlllllgs IllV, Siives .Medicine I'd. I'll' 1 1 1 ClQcnuall, 0. Self Adjusting for Ladies, (ientlo mcn and Children. mi can tune at liome in your own room Turkish. Russian, Hot Air, Meain Vapor. Medicated. Per fumed. Mineral. Salt, Quinine, Hop or Sulphur I!ath, at a cost of iiliout :! cents per hath. ll.it Spring- or Mineral Springs at home for the weak or strong, sick or well. JPrice S5.00- I have the exclusive agency for this celebrated I'.atli Caliinet. C. K. l'.LKDSOE. Main St.. i (ireenville Miss. ST ROSE OF Lima's Academy gri:kxville, MISS. i This welt known In.tltuto wll, n-opon Its c1u-k.; on s- -c i.'tl 11 1 a full cor 's of ,.,iii...onl ti.icli.TS. Tho ( iri'lriiliim ot si. s .-in .rar.- a I ill Ki '-'l'-" c irM in lllL-lioi' Matlicnialics. 1-.lc-ki-.-pl" oii"r.irliy. LCI". ' r;;' '' ; ' V,' ,1 v.ir-ul .-leal I'ulturo. Music mi I'lano. violin. Mute, (..uliar, Maii'l'ilm. l.an.lo. eo... ana .kui Music. I'u lilt I ii i; In Oil ami Water Colors. i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,!, All knvlsnf plain iiml fan. y n.'o.lle work. A tin h'muitIi 1 i '1 " ' M u (3 " forms an Oitor t li. ir leaturo ot tho Aea.leiuy, and the 1ml.' ""-'- are the oti.icdf "t M't' lal care In tho sl-tors In e.har'.'. , , . .,, r.i i.ii. on iirti lit iii.i. i ... A Friend Drops In e,.,...i,l .ii .in. r. 'lidk rsnleas- ant.'' Nothing lietier to promote a . . I' 1 ..... ...tl. .n,oi.ll TlCllllir lllitl P1IOWH11 vwn r..oiii.n lli-iii real, cootl whiskv .... nw. Wo would like to sell ...,,i o nioill Lit of cood thiiiL's for liome u-e lniiors tutu mix wiin ice and others that are 'letter straight. You can get a good whiskv at SCOTT' SAIGON. Sisters of Mercy. ScconO Session, '9S'90, of tbc A NON-SECTARIAN SCHOOL HOR iris anb UJoung Xabtes. IN THE DELTA. (Srccnvillc, fTDississippi. "When home facilities can lie ohtiiine.l for iiolite. education, the uocossity for seeking schools elsewhere no loiiffcr extsts."-Ex-Gov. Kobcrl Lowry. pens September 12, ISOS. A llnll for boarding .nnll boys who wi.h ta attend Seminary a daily pnpila i andtr the proprietorship anJ personal supervnion of Mis M. N . K. I's.-'im t, of the fat uity. Sfn.l for program of the Seminary. Geo. Whkatley, President Fked Metcalfe, Secretary. Last Sum lay was an event, in t.lie liU tory of the beautiful steamer Tel!o of ili lionds." tho occasion b'ino the presentation of a uiasnitieent water cooler bv the merchants of Greenville. The comniKv ami a largo number of guest Imarrieu tho bout nt 4 o clock. unHMiipiiuied by the band, for a twenty e trio mi the river. The compiiny was asfcmoled in the cabin anil Mr. N. Goldstein, in a few choice words, pre sented the cooler to the boat with the best wishes of the mevhanU for a long areer of tvrosnei'itv. tni the part of tho boat Senator Murray F. Smith, of Vicksburg, responded, accepting tin ift in words very gratifying to tin committee. After the presentation. the lioat's steward took charge ami n cleErant lunch was discussed K the aiu eic of the band a,rU ho. popping ot eliainnaone u),'!. with everybody hap pv tyid ho-oughJy enjoying tnemselvvs A mom; tho ordinances pasmsl by the City Council Tuesday ((Sght was one prohibiting (Uies. s,n4 geose titm running j larso. mt the sH-eots. J ins is a pwik Utwv "d. its passage will be baited with deliglit by our long-sniter-ing citi.eii!. These beasts have in timidated our people uniil forbearance has ceased to be a virtue, and it is time they were suppi'essed. Kvcry day we have heard of outrages perpetrated hy them, of unarmed citizens being cbaseti alx)ut and scared into conniiViott tits: of honest married men bein caught down town, til V'kHl off from home until t;he siuiiU hour's ot the night ana charged tV fctr wives with playing poker or practicing at the many bars. All this will now change, as the game is up to the police and they are ex pee. ted to do their duty regardless of the consequences. If the force finds itmlf unable to cope successfully with th, enemy, its duty is to mmmt vey able-bodied man in the .ji..v assist, and all who ri 'upo should be promptly li-ckud i. tet these varmints be sup pressed though the heavens fall. THE PEOPLE'S LIGHT CO. OWNEUS (IF THE Kitson Hydro Carton IncandesceBt Light. Approved liy all insurance authorities: Perfectly safe: Briphtor than electricity: CheaptT than any other known artificial libt: Hums sras ceneratt'd from I7."i test coal oil. W rite or call. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Our large stock of bbsS- SPORTING GOODS, INCLVDLNO Base Ball Supplies, Croquet Sets, Fishing Tackle, Etc.. whiVh wo houcht at low prices, we will now sel to you at a hai'ffain, griving you a lug discount, as wo have ajarge sU We also have just received a nice line of HAMM(K'K. We wish to call vovir attention to uie iaci uiai wc umc ..u tr..,s.u line of 1U15LKS, which wc will sell von at the actual cost of printing and liiibliiio-, us our instructions from a religious society were to sell them at actual cosl, the object being to spread 'he Bible among the iicoiilc, and no profit is wanted. ,,. T., We also have WEBSTKK S OKKilNM. I NABKlUdl.D PIC Tl )N'AHY. The former price was f T.."". c are ollenng them now IViii't forcet in tho tueantimo that we keep always the LATttjl PFdUODICALS and NEWSPAPKBS. Ve offer you the best 5 and ten cent box paper on the market. Our 25c paper is worth 5tH. Call while it is going at 25c. CARTER'S BOOK STORE. '" L. CAETEB. Prop. tm mm America's Best 5o Cigr. HOLSIvIAlT, Sole Agent.