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2 OAY. MAY 19, 1000 AND PERSONAL. hove, of Areola, was jo recently. "tt'veho paid a visit to flast week. FlrusKs, of Leland, t visitor in tins city. "Brown left recontly Itives in Yazoo City. rcrett is on a visit to d friends in Vicksburg I (iossoiu, of Gieen- ft Tuesday in una uij. . Stephens, of Shaw, iringthe present week. foe Iliirtman was among visitors to see Ue .vey. Lie James, of Avon, it recently ot Miss bnnon. N tar Erwin, of Erwin, days hero during uie Wliontluv. of Ituliuil- fviit to this city during fltio Verier was the leek of Mrs. Harvey itkowski, of LonisiDa, to friends here last i Negus made a busi Louisv.ille, Ky., this ie iJiseros has moved V cottaso on Theobald i. Hebron, of Leland, the visitors in liteen-ek. ;, of Cincinnati, is here Lis brother, In: J. o. ry Crittenden was the very enjoyable tea on ienioon. i. Scott, of Memphis, is week m the iiitciw. M. V. 11. R. ace Brasher, ot Win ks the guest last week . ortham. k Finlay was called to ieently by the illness of . Bcnoit. i. Richardson, editor of er locsin, spent lues eenville friends. airs. Henry Meisner, lexas, are the guests Buif-a Meisner. I people of the 4th grade cher school, spent a last week in Wilczinski ihelia Sinythe, of Baird, truest recently of her r. J. I), bmytho. Mrs. Claud Brooke, fitly localsd at the home andon on Broadway. aids of Mrs. L, Eckstone know that she is mend- y since her severe ill- yiuore Nance, acconi aunt, Mrs. McNeily, furn home last Saturday, a few days m Vicksburg L'. Jackson, ofBirming- sion rassonger Agent fiithern 11. li., was in a ethis week. roiico Nugent, of Ken- other of tho lato Air. Jugent, spent this weeK reenville relatives and IttUCH UPSET. on mnny nTtlclcs la our stock of JB 6TATIOXKIIY en lowered beyond Iho point or iwlflT patier. We fill too a irood f ju-it as chcup. common INKS. We sell Carters' "d'B sod Arnold's at low prices. Eftide office fundi.' s w V Ketcrltonk, Giltoti'i. Glolte and alftinl:int iii -ike nf ..rices made lij 4tn tiflSr." Su, ply Houses. ORDERS will havi promut Httv. fowest pricoa, quality ennaidTid. KT THE jj jfilS OF THE WELL KNOWN Firm, Kahn & Frieberg Stock of Memphis. We have made a SUCCESSFUL purchase by which all our patrons are greatly benefitted. We are selling out their entire stock at 25c On the $l.oo Babie's and Infant's Shoes, Oxford ties, button and lace. Worth from 75c to$l 25 Out I tZC. they go for J MispfR1 and Rnv'Kvrrn finn quality Black, Tan and Bed low quarters; worm from s I $1.50 to SS j out they go for The famous J. & T. Cou3 in's Shoes Childrens' and Misses; worth from $2 50 to $3.50; out they go for 7SC Rubber Hoots, long legs tot reach your hips; worth fromK I $4 50 to $3.50; out they go at 45 Socks per pair. Be White Lawn Shirt Waists tucked and trimmed withEfJL lace or insertion ; out they goJ Childrens' shoes, sandals; Oxfords red. tan, black & white; worth from t.25 to 2 CC $1 .50 ; out they go at 7 w Ladies' Dongolas; lace only; worth from $1.25 to 11.50; QC out they go for White Kid slippers and shoes; worth from $1.03 tol CT $2.00 ; out they go for J J Men's Nullifer, black and tan ; sizes from 5 1-8 to 12 j sold everywhere j 1 I C $3.50; out they go at.... Hose per pair. Be Percale shirt waists; nicely mode ; out they go at 2 G Our stock of Dry Goods is complete, and everything goes at Reduced Prices.... Men's Pink, Blue & Brown underwear, per suit C(J Men's Underwear, Balbrig- an; silk to $2.00; jnaerwear, naiong- an; silk finish; worth $1.5011 i; out tney go a sun s v ! Ladies Vests, silk finish; Ladies' Vests Q Pink. blne nd white IOC Summer Pants good quality Mens' Percale Shirts 25 C WiU 8tand washlnK A nice Sailor A Beautiful ladies' Sailor, Tarn Shanters trimmed with Sailors, very Knox shape of the latest Eilk ribbon for stylish, for for style ioc 25c 50c 75c Ladies belts as- Linen skirts in Men's 8 1 r a w Children sorted buckles., Hats from ftnf3S IOC 25c 35C "P 5C Only a few left, Manhat tan Shirts; sold every where from $i5 to$200;out they go at 50c Mosquito bars ffA nlrnHv made WfVU We sell the J. B Lewis shoe; the best on Earth. SST isc i ,1,a"a'.'.$i.35 up Do not Forget the Place. Don't Miss It. Sarason's Mississippi Store Mist Lewethal, of Brookhavon, is the guest of Mrs. A . Blum . Miss Ben Holland came home on last Saturday from St. Louts, where he has been attending school. Mlsa Graola 'illford is at home again after most delightful visit to the Misses Henderson near Greenwood. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Wilson are re eelvlng congratulations upon the ar rival in their family of a handsome son, William Gwin Yerger. Miss Belle Watson, who has been the attractive guest of Miss Innes Star ling for the past few months, loft on Wednesday for home in Cairo, Michi gan. Mrs. W. M. Worthlngton has taken possession of her new home on Shelby Street. Her moving was postponed for several weeks on account of severe illness from which her friends are pleased to know she has recovered. The "OldDeestrlck Skule" will be given at the Grand Opera House on the evening of May 24th, Many talented scholars have been enrolled and a most enjoyable entertainment will doubtless be the result. The ladles of the Christian Church gave an ice cream festival at the resi dence of Mrs. Charles Starling last week, at which they were assisted in receiving by Misses Carrie Bowen.. Annie Thomas, Antionette Starling Yeba Gist, Mary Slaughter, Elizabeth Hunt, Nina Knox, Maria H. Starling, Linnie Adams and Mary C. Starling. On Tuesday morning at 6 o'clock a large number of the patrons of the City Schools met at the lawn of the Archer School and witnessed the phy sical culture class ot both the Archer and Court Schools go through their exercises, which were , interspersed with music, and were most creditable and interesting. One of the most at tractive features of these classes is the company of Maiden Guards, who under the leadership of their charming Cap tain, Miss Emma Pohl, declared war early in the season against physical Imperfection, and now it needs but a look at the fine physiques, and red roses blooming in the cheeks of these young girl as they go through their graceful maneuvers to know who has gained the victory. open session of the High School Liter ary Society on Monday evening when the following program was exceeding ly well carried out; Song Little Boy Blue Class of Uirls Essay immigration Mr. Jerome Hirach. Essay Our National Flower Miss Beatrice Fulwiler. Oration Miss Elizabeth Hunt. Oration. Why We Celebrate Dowy Day Mr. David W einberg. Song A Big Wax Doll Miss Eutrenia Coppee. Recitation The Bating Society . Miss Ada Marshall. Recitation. .Mark Twain's Experience with Foreign Guides. Miss Nettie Ehrlich. Debate. Besolved, That expansion is a benefit to the United States. Affirmative: Miss Florence Bobb, Mr. B. Hatch. Negative: Mr. B. Somer ville, Mr. C. Montgomery. Song Mid Green Fields of Virginia Class of Girls. Drama That Dreadful Boy Misses Jean Oliver, Bettie Ireys and Messrs. J. Strauss, S. Hartman and B. Slaughter. Drama The Ladies Speak at Last. Misses Mary Crouch, Maria H. Star ling, Seymor and Grace Montgomery. The badges of honor were awarded by the judges: Mrs. Pohl. Mr. N. Goldstein, and Mr. r.radv to Miss Beatrice Fulwiler; Miss Ada Marshall; Mr. David Wein berg, the negative in the debate, and to the drama "That Dreadtul uoy." A vrv beautiful wedding took place In Cleveland, Ohio, on the tenth of this month at six-thirty in the evening which is of interest to the people of this city, because of the host of friends of the proem. Mr. Abe Lewenthal, Jr., hnQ here. The wedding took place in the parlors of the Excelsior Club, whlnh were transformed into a vent able garden of Easter lilies, ferns and vhitA lilacs, to which a touch of bril liant color was added by masses of American beauty poses; and as the HuMtncr march was being played bv an orchestra concealed amid avenues of nalms. the bride. Miss May N Mahler, gowned in exquisite white crepe, trimmed in Russian lace, and carry a Bible and orange blossoms, nApnd on the arm of her father, and was met at the Chancel rail by the and his best man, Mr. Loeser The maid of honor was Miss Belie Mahler, a sister of the bride. After t.ha neremonv an elaborate dinner was served on tables that were lovely In 1 1 h of flowers. On the bride's table were three inverted Japanese parasols filled tooverflowing with ferns .nA .Klt flowers and an enormous pink bow o' ribbon tied to each long t.u handles. The floral cheNd' ouvres of the other tables were large ir 4, j, It Blue Serge ftbe 5 IS ver?bo5v to flotno to wear tftlno &?rrt Suits tbtS ftirV r-"- Summer. The "Up" came lo us "straight" and in time for us lo buy largely and gtl first pickings. We never do anything by halves. We secured everything in Blue Serges. Different qualities lo sell at $10, $12.50, $15 and $18. Both styles of Sack coals, skeleton lined. The very swell double-breasted Sacks, silk faced lo the buttonhole- You might go to a merchant tailor for same kind of a suit but never for Blue Serge after a sight of these. C.TII DOf I I ' lap-to-smte Clotbter, , Jv D IX 1 1 1 Darter ant (Sent's Jfumtsm BtttswJIili 11 airv straw hats, turned topay-turvy and filled the yellow one with orange ribbon and marquerites, the white with purple ribbon and pansies, and the pink with carnations. The Wide, who is an exceeaingiy attractive youug h.nn.n I a fr K a rl a tr h tsn nf Ml Rfl.rPV Mahler, one of the most prominent business men of Cleveland, and the groom, though now a resident of Cleve land, formerly lived In this city, where he was very popular both Id tne social and in business worlds, and a fow years since was our representative In the State Legislature, and as a testi monial of the high regard in wh.eh he is held in this city, the Mayor and City Council telegraphed their con- .nuhilntlnnfl nn t.VtH rlfl.V of hlS miir- riaeo which was read by Mr. A, Blum, anu enthusiastically cneereu uy mr. Lewentnars unio menus. inra warn a number relatives and friends from a distance present; among them Mr. Lewentnais s iatner anu bisibi- ui Brookhaven, and Mr. and Mrs. A. Blum, of Greenville. The Choir of St. James Church gave a moonlight garden party on Thursday evening in the Park. Mrs. John Odeneal and Miss Odeneal, after a visit to Dr. and Mrs. Odeneal have returned to their home in Jackson. Mm. D. C. Mnntcomerv and Miss Bissie Thomas attended the meeting of the Epworth League in Vicksburg early this week. Mr. Dudley Erwin. of Lake Washington, passed through here recently on his way home from Oxtord, where he lus been attend- Ill" IUV UUlVvlolfcJ WA i..Axaa.wyiJ.- Miss Elia Stone will leave soon with a party of of Jackson and Greenwood friends to attend the Confederate Reunion in Louisville, after which she will visit friends in Bedford County Kentucky. Little Miss Heloisie and Master Edmund Taylor gave a pretty nartv on Thursday to many ot their small friends, who one and ali enjoyed a merry afternoon on the lovely crreen lawn. ine occas ion was in honor of Miss Heloise's sixth birthday. Sol. Brill li: secured sole agency for the Celc'ri.ted "Hopkins" Straw Hats. Best una mest stylish straw hats on earth, fe his line. A Monster Devil Fish. TiMtraTinirlia victim. Is type oftmmirp. lion, xne power ui iui ui""" .w. . is felt on .organs and nerves nrt museles and . . ' i i u till It 1st tut. nrinms ' Drain, r owe i u uwmm mi But Or. K tflgi New Life PMb te eta and cerium cuko. mw ; . 1 Liver, Kidneys and liowels. Goly 2& m ut H V. H Hia y mug MULTITUDES OF PEOPLE. tail to realize the importance cif insuring until tne something unt- expected happens and then they have no property to insure. Don't JNeglect to secure FIRE INSURANCE. for all your possessions. Rates are not high but the benefits are many. h all information and particulars on application. J. H. ROBB. Fire, Life & Accident Insurance, Times Building, Greenvi)le,Miss. .telephone ab'J, Hacks, Carriages, etc., any part of the city, nisht or clay, .tele phone Palace stable. No. 06. The two performance and mati nee given in our city this week by the Wilbur-ivirwin Upera km., were well patronized, considering the time of the year, lhe per formances taken as a whole, did not come up to the expectations of our people. But to all wbo neyor saw it the Girl with the Auburn Hair and the singina and dancing of little Baby Beatrice was well worth the price of admission. Our Hacks meet all trains. Prompt service, careful drivers. Palce Stables, No. 66. The Sans Souci Card Club was nhnrminnrlv entertained on Thurs day .afternoon by Mrs. JN. Thomas. There were a large num ber of guests present and seven handsome prizes given. The tally cards were beautifully ornament ed in floral designs and formed lovely souvenirs. Ye Oide Deestrick skule AT YE NEW OPERA HOUSE on Maintreet, May Ye 24th. AT EARLYE CANDLE LIQHTE. Recitations, Siwrhec and DynlvKnea. T SkolUrs will give oilier siierclses beton ye neiKhbonrs. G"ol muiok by a band. Bom singeing- loo. Ye tickets air 7S and 50 eents. Box aeies II ,00 Wanted Traveling salesman to represent wholesale Liquor and Cigar house in the Delta. . Liber al commission, apply, V. F. & D. Botto, Memphis, Tenn. iilaaawiin , a .y,,- Selling Our Store has been Rented and We Will Retire from Business. SPECIAL FOR MONDAY, Tnmoiei Hats All made or New Goods. No left or old jo lots, but all clean, new-style Hats. OUR STOCK OF GROCERIES. has all been received fresh, and our supply of delicacies canned goods, teas, coffees spices, cereals and farinaceous foods will be found high grade, pure, whole some and palatable and great care is taken to select the finest quality for which our prices are as low as you will pay for an inferior grade elsewhere. $8 & $10 Hats Monday $5 00 $6 Hats Monday for $4 00 $4 & $5 Hats Monday $2 50 S3 Hats Monday (or 1 75 II. MAYOR Wash lnCon Ae- D 1L 'I . . ". y. v jsVlr I ill Jf- ts Sr Cold Steel or 1 Dea. "There Is but one mall eh nee to.T yonf life and that is through an optUon, ' s the nwfnl nrnsiwct set before Mrs. I. B- nnt, of Lime Bi.ljre, Wis., by hr Uwt. sfter v.lnly iryinir to rnre her of a frig c stomaoh trouble and yellow J.wnUlre. Be ... . . i. . ..i vtf K ertrfc. iimBmiynionnniuiiicwHi Bitters to curs Stnroa. h and LIT. " troubles, bnt she heard of It, look seven b. whoHv cured, avoided surgeon mire, now weights more and feels belter t. " (v rtia nA.lti..lv vnaisintoMt tn nr. k. narl). Liver and Kidney tronhle and never 'disap points. Price 50c at B, D. Finlay'a drug i'ture. MwMMMMMMWWWwwwwySwvwaBJJge'-l-t I'' '' 1 ' . . . mm i I 'I If it fails to cure gro to your merchant AND GET YOUR KQXEY BACK. We will refund to him. Price CO eta- : va:j viiET-r.!r::n:L9 v": Solo Proprietors, , f.;z ' T - '