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SUPPLEMENT TO THE ORnnNVILLH Tini:S.
TIIK NKW KAILKOAD. Tlio ju'dplo of (iretmvillo unli;r stmid the (ilijcct nnd jMirjw)H of ill o proposed railroad which is to brinEf to Greenville the trihuto of the ri;h country lieyond Bopie Falaya. They know tl.e full nig nili.juit' jf t lio road, either una feeder of tie utn;o t importance and value to (ireenville, or ufl a ineims 1 1 divert from this city the great vo'ume of trade from the country it is to traverse. This Hcction has always been tributary to (ireenville, and properly le longs to it. Tho improvement and development ot that region has been wonderful, and is yearly incivusiiifr at a rate which, within I lie next (K'Ciide, will unquestion ably make it the nio.-t populous and prosperous portion of the country, (ireenville has steadily inciens sd in size tind bu'sinesin porlanee with the growth nnd de velopment of the agricultural county around it, and in future it must look chiefly to the tribute it receives from the new country to the east of Deer ("reek. This trade naturally belongs to (ireen ville, and will necessarily increase in importance as that country be conies more populous and pro ductive. To permit this rich ter ritory to slip out of tho hands ot this city and be diver'ed to Mem phis or Vicksburg would be a neg lect or folly of which it cannot bp supposed that the shrewd business men of Greenville could be cap able. Already the income brought here from that section by the Southern and Y. & M. V. roads i s tho most important which this c ty injoys. lhe old prestige of the river plautati ins is yielding to tho rich newl.m i.-3 of liogue Falaya ana the Sunflower. If Greenville per sists in depending mainly ou the strip between Doer Creek and the Mississippi for its support and lets the east ship its ever-increasing wealth to Memphis, this city may as well trive up all expectation ox luture greatness and prosperity. The new road is an assureet fact. It will certainly tie btult. Wheth er its building means loss or gain to (ireenville depends on the pub lic spirit of Gieenvillu's own peo ple; and where business interest dcinaiids it, prompt and decisive action by the people of this com munity has never been lacking. While the recent lynching in' Georgia have called down the us- j ual and expected storm of fanatic I denunciation, there are yet many thoughtful people and newspapers in the north which would investi-, gate before condemning. Almost daily some utterance is made, or some writing published, which goes to show there is growing up a better understanding of people ami conditions in the south; and that with this knowledge is com ing a desire to aid, to help us find a solution for our tremendous problem, aud a sentiment of sym pathy for the difficulties and dan gers which grow out of it. The following sensible comment is taken, as an example of tne spirit referred to, from the Mower County (Minnesota) Transcript: 1'robably if some of the north erners who are talking loudest about the horrors of lynching in the south lived down there they might resort to just as summary means for the protection of their wivi 8 and families from outrages. From what we can read, the situ ation is alarming and needs sum mary measures. We lire not in favor of lynching. We simply sny that when it comes to shield ing one's family from outrages, people in the north hardly know what they would do if they lived in the dangerous parts of the south. Kelt ia Trace. The sudden decease of Miss Ad dio l'ittnian, at her home in this city, Friday evening, cast a pall of sorrow over a large circle of friends, who had long known her, only to love and admire her. Like a flower just opening its petals, beforo blossoming, she was .strick en down in tho blush of young womanhood, and in the full tide of her usefulness. She was seized with a congestive chill Thursday and it wus repeated Friday when she yielded her spirit to the fatal summons. .Miss 1'ittiiiun was the main support of a widowed mother, nnd her exemplary life was beauti fied by the many qualities that "lorn a spotless, lovely character. Sic was a divided daughter, a con slant friend, a cherished companion to those with whom she had grown up amid the scenes and associations of her childhood. She will be missed in 'e walks which she had frequented and in which the efforts jf her young life had been directed to the attainment of generous pur poses aud noble resolves. The s nipathies of the community are extended to the bereaved family, to whom the solace is left, that her memory will be enshrined in the nearts of all who knew her, during her brief pilgrimage in this valo oi tears. FOR SALE One fifty-five horse power, Lane it Bodley Engine. Onesixty horse power boiler. Two Gwathmey gin stands. One Nance cotton , r ss. One Fieiicli Burr Grist .vtill. One Steel crushing mill. Thirty-five feet of shafting, pulleys iielts and gin fixtures. This niachiu iry is in good running order and is now in operation s Skinner's gin in rear of Mississippi Cotton Oil Mill. For particulars write to Joshua Skinnf.ii, m-4-tf Greenville, Miss. TRY ONE of our fine milk biscuits, they are the test hou ever ate, crisp, of line flavor, tempting and always taste "'moreish.'' We haedle oothing but the best in all lilies of food, pure, wholesome and nourishing, and sell them at less than you pay for ordinary and inferior grades elsewhere. THE PAIRD-SMITH CO. W. H. PARKER, Practical Architect. Greenville. - Miss. TIM STKK'S S.UK. Ti K iJ-.l:i-,ny (,IVKN THAT, win-ret- I'uuk M. Aii'ir-WN ftit'l All-t I A tidrrws v. u e 1 their eerum 1 1 ut Ik-etl I'M. it) lhe o!.ic- (if the. 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U- l. ; mi aii'l un Aii lUt.t iu valii 1 re;tl e-iat". all and dost-r, and ti-'ti) wa..'d and A, and Uie uudiT i i real fstate . tm (, ..il ti. ii ruli.s nr inteie-its. ai i -;ir: wi l te tnaof hi lioul w:irr.inly of Utle. A in p:trty to vlio. siiui ),n.itrfy, or any porM.ui thereof, ii. ej In- sirueii oft, inus .it on-e 0Vi'O.t in easb. me - n It ol loe mi. u lU'l, o iMT.vls.- lhe bid will 1. ..i ie ar-..ej and :he i-iojiersy at o.-ic- re o er d. (IlilV T upM ui have i ru t I've . will sell s.i His IJfo Wan Saved. Mr. J. K. Lily, a prominent cinzfii Hannibal, Mo'laUly had a windtrfiil (jfliveratice from tt i'filitf!ii m-ath. Id telling of it he Hays: "i was taken with Tyi'iioid Fev-'r, that ran into Pneumonia. My luno luinie ban) eno:. I was ho weak I couldn't even sit up in bed. Nothing heldped me I expf'ti-d to soon die' with Consump tion, when 1 beard of Ir. Kinjr'r New TUseovery. One bottle yave trroat- re lief. I continued to use it, and now am well and strong. 1 can't say too much in its praise." This marvelous medi cine is the surest and quickest cure in the world for all Throat and Lunr Trouble. Kogular size 5o cents and $1.00. Trial bottle fret; at Finlay'w Dmgr Store, every bottle guaranteed. AdmiiiUt ratoi N Notice to Creditors l.ett-r- r olt. i-.io.r.ti'-n nrthe e Mt- T-m Kitzhne, deet'iisetl. huviny been granted to me bv tlie clerk o' itt hiineery Couvt of Wnsh inpton ( otii.ty, iMi u.ipii. on the iiind day of Muy, afl peisonw having claims iiculnst iid eotiif are hereby notified to pnbate and" rK'str lne same before the Clerk of the (Jhan-cerv-Courtof U n-hinuton County, M iBicsjppi, within one vear, and a f:dlore ioso probate and register said chiiiiis within one year will bar the ame P. M. JF.TKli, Adniinfytrutor Thomas & Boddift, Solicitors BEST TEfcTH Per Set $7.50 Crown and Bridge Work that has no superior at very low prices GOLD FILLINGS (hat 1 e:ini.otber.iirp!iSedfur ' Amalcaiu and Cement Fi; lines 75ota Whlniake prifte on tot.il ani'-n-1 t" be ilo e that will justif nil io have their teeth e .ie l fur Kemenittpr tlmt yon cannnf net better work at am pib e. A tivt- ar& jjuai - ant1 Willi all woik 1'aintea.- exiuie- tion of teeth. DR. JOE CHATHAM, Wllczinskl Bidgf. Oreen illc, Atiss. AGKNTSW.NTKD"FOR" ! HE LIFK AND Achieve o-eiti of Ailiuir 1 I n-wey. " iht- wot-Ni greatest naval hero. By "nrar Ilni.'-te ui, tbe life-long ft lend and adooie-- of the nation's idol i'.iKKot and bet boo. i ovi'i - 5w pajres 8x10 inches: nearlv Kni p iges halftone iliniriv 'inns. Only 1 5(. tCnuunoui ile;ii:d. Hlg mimipion Dmfit free Chanes of n life time. Write quick. The loinii:iou toropai y. i a Kloor caxtua Uhif . Chicago.