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ulo 'r Mluor Wcen,e .j.nt and Honorable Board hin-ton County. Mi...: ,,, ooonij. -..-...(uiiv Dr.y t to dole. A- '?, :,no? and that ell le. o I I k II I !iK"ou.Hquor.Jnqu.titi, t l"?'.r f i..i . the .aid Mole. A M MWm of the United States, "' 't'no hi t ne ' KQ urtwerevi-"r . itable ,,, to '.hUodiiyr Your, respectfully, hiagtoa isoa Wm Lusk Jack Lusk D.krf . llln H.i-nen Martin Hugh MoL'or- molt ,, Ryals Oscar Rlohai-d Mellette '.ashen Belton Oneal Meadara Lem Henry utiuuuu nM Ooode J .me. Albert Boiling than Mono. iter Oil Alexander i i ,d Wright (ill Venten a gCsllum i Kt s1 Norman Morrison Samuel MInette Mur phree Jolin Calvin Windham, n W.fhmn Mullen garksdaie John Onatman niuu t i urt.iw Wvlarhfc George Washington Wheeler YY III 170TJM Benjamin Hill Brun uMcuaiiuui neio. HcCallum Robert Isaiah Epper- m Benjamin Torrance s0 Winter iter . Frank Nelson Taylor jidrewDavis William josepn rep f Sevoy Hearn Russell .in Sparkea George Cooper Mont Ihel Albert Sidney Tucker 1 Franklin Howard kus ier DeFrance Russell Clarence Albert Oil rthur Ooode ,ner (kin Francis Marion Toni perly man lialjenlcins Thomas Wm Crouch j James Campbell Steven Albert Barfleld Robert Lowry uasey James Lorriner Joe Smith Richie Columbus Alexander Ferris JamesArnekihlStinson Dan Jisuanu Abe Booth V.I n Wlmrlns George Washington urennej rJtepnens tt.imoa n-A-U Tw,u, Wllyn Bain jonn Bridges ;.ri(1(IW T Uoll Ralrnr on Pepper Benjamin Frankling I O'Bannon jiey Turner Aaron Johnson Mlu Wag- Houston Holmes I Juke Wlndegler wkShipp chas Henry Falrchlld Joseph Mcrunnis LiUin.r niAuu owwi Tnm Robinson . John Smith Jesse Woodward (ieorge Bush Solomon Brln.on 11- UAnBwl !", ArmsteadRo.8 ''SS.JSSS Robert Lusk s" Maxwell Jmod Daniel Conn Hlulpni ' k rkvsntv I L ftmuMwii before the nndersiffned ?ha Pe-ice. A. V. Malletl,. who t that the signers to the foregoing pe- (lIDeu llltur vnu pnuiw wf uumui C. .1 I Ownim In anrl uih. iirs mr this, the !8th day of August, I, n . vnuuun, w. Jr dler mey tb Winn tard Turner erboff iclntosn ti n nanlfilH Brantley r nitleld Oill ueyMay Soon Bon for Liquor Ltcenae. onble Board of Snperrlaora, of I wiuty, aiHi i Menlgged qualified electors of thd rruwrsDiHriot.oonBty of Wash le of Hla, . heKbypetition Tour ini to grant onto William Albert rwident and citizen or laid Wash ty, stale of Misalsiippl, and fonrlh llcenie for twelre month, to .ell 4 ipiritnous, malt, alcoholic icadng liquors inqnantltiea lea gallon st his place of business Hiaoouniy; ana we ao reoom lid William Albert Sangeter to onaracier ana gooa reputation , bu BuiuDie person ro receive anon i In duty bound will ever pray, ato. Hon Collier Wm Henrv Paralev Willis Tho. Jefferson Hannah ware, xotei Carl Owens . .her Skin- Webster Booker George Cooper eAtchin- Grant Clav I WalterTerryHelndman n rippia uoun Allison l Ko James Alexander Ven- tresa Feltni j Long Solomon Hall I Commeg- Jacob Columbus Over- l. 'on ptonKIrk- Sam David Overton j , Albert Sidney Burton jlsgrim l'rlmus Styles Jack Brown Scott Kt ward Jone. Wation Thos Perncll House Wnlfpr T.all Hiv Lewis Henry Shelby Georve Morrie 7 Aha ITiolria Kvan Berry Shelby Slgmund Spingarn ' Jacob Franks W WlmKa Beit.Jr Jlillna K,.lnrrn ' Jsvll Dnnmnre ItandoiDh Morn Jnmes Wiley Kennedy Nlmrod BertOn Morris James B House William Krasnipeleki Dlitiii-. n t i x Ulllip , Mile 1 .. Jacob Isaao Sangston. 1 Terell Pam Veioonilsky John Cui ter William E Rather Sam Bood-Clarke Jacob Charles Myers Henry Kbb Perkins George Robinson Allen Baxter Davis Panl Swain Tllll llnltiAiut iana Cole- Geo ltunyan Hebron ieo u Johnson Wm Henderson Kin-word Chas Wade Gilliam Van Manning Eckles Miltun Smith Jno Lawrence Hebron Thos Dayton Johnson Jas Warren Johnson. B C paw kins Geone Metcalfe ' i .. . onn moore " Sal Knox -i : Mose Wells llan W..i.liinn.,n VhIaw Ben Lee - - Arthur Spencer Albert Scarce Albert Jones An u , in i nun r reeniBn i ,1,7''. diehard Manning Mor- f Brooks t DunrAn ia'cllfTe Uyer ikiD unison I Best "Askev tsl,Jr lompson wege . Lee Isoa 40B I Iner OtlBg 1 M'Oowan i M, Jr on imlth i Kirteh no. 00 Sain ;Joan JOCXX5O00OC)CXX)OOOO0OO0iX)OO ine vioKBDurjf and Greonvillo trude is improving. v The Yazoo river in on a slight rlHe, Theuheai) excursion rnt.na tn (.i - W "ll. Ill pblsand to vicksburg are still very pujuiar. The Str. Jno. K. Soeed lfifr. St T,iiu for Cairo, Memphis, Greenvllle. Vlcks- Durg, ana jNew Orleans. Should leave New Orleans Sept. 18th. PlUsburjr Next Mondav thu Nuinn. al Board of Steam Navagatlon will meet here. Delegates from nil tho principal ports will attend. Today (Saturday) the Str. T.nn Nowland left Memphis for Vlcksburir, uu wiu pans ureenvllle tomorrow (Sunday) evening. She will be com manded by Capt. Will Nowland, and will run In connection with the Str. Delta. Last week the Str. Delta was iIha Thursday and anxiouHiy looked for, but failed to arrive until 3 p. m. Big business, high banks labor. She addl ed materially to her troubles here both in frioght and passengers. beHiclna engaging for a big party of round trip pers lor Memphis, on up trip. The Str. Belle of the Bends, the fast est boat on the river, came in on Fri day, of last week, looking like a thor oughbred with her now tall chimneys. She was loaded down with native hay. By the quantity of native hay sent in this season, the reports about grass must be correct. Capt. Nintz is again on the roof, but suffering from a sprained ankle. Caul. Kein also, we regret to notice, was slightly lame, and in much pain from rheumatism. Except for the less of these officials, the "Belle" was alright in the fullest sense of the word. Vicksburg Dredge No. 5 of the Ya zoo Canal contractor's fleet commenced operations last Thursday at the mouth of the canal, near Kllenston, and, making a cut 100 feet wide by 10 feet deep, will push on through Lake Con tinental. When this cut is completed operations will be transferred to the Yazoo river end of the canal. Capt. Powers has resumed his regular fall and winter schedule in the Vicksburg and Greenville trade, and boats will leave here Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. James M, Peterfleld was an applicant for a local pilot's license in Vicksburg harbor. He has been for fouryenrs a steersman on the Mattie M. and Sciota, ferries at that point. RATES FOR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS In Ikn ..I II1.J 1 m ... t-iuBBniuu col umns of Tub Times are ten cents a line vj.ii iiuwrtion; six words make a line. Uunt the words in your ad. and ac comnanv tn mil..,. wiu ......i. .u.. . . " vii mail nb mu rate of ten cents a lino for each issue muuiiyou wisn it to appear. No ad. taken for less than tho price of two 1 1 mm WANTF.n Tri ,nn i . u " . li; i uu a in; w pur icy on your house when the old one ex pires. J. H. ROBB. Main strt. DKRN. rTin Pl.imiva. i i ureenville and want a share Of your ii urn. WANTFT1 All 1. - - . ..i ivivo ui ojuft uu a Majestio Range. Mississippi Hardware Co. 500 Cotton Pickers. Apply to Hawkins, Crittenden & Co. WANTED A cook nolnrprl neat and clean. Apply to H, this office. GEISE HOOD HARD WAKE CO WANTF.n Tn him s hnaQ nrilk A rooms, easy terms, monthly payments. numcB v,uux lot. WANTED To lease for a term of 4 years, a house of 5 rooms in good neighborhood, reasonable rent. Must nave stable and garden. Address K, this office. WANTED Everybody to buv Mas tic Paints, fcust for years. Wetherbee Hardware Co. WANTED Everyone to know that the Valley Steam Laundry turns out work equal to Memohis or Birming ham. WANTED Every boy in the city to come to my store next Tuesday and buy the best and most stylish suit of clothes ever put on. F. M. ROBINSON. FOR SALE A pair of pure bred pit bull terrier pups. Registered. Price reasonable Apply to H. B. Robinson. BARGAINS in all kinds of second hand bicycles. H. N, BERRY. Memphis , & Vicksburg Packet Regular STEAMER DELTA. ED NOWLAND, JR Master JOE POSTAL Cleric Regular Memphis and Greenville Packet. Going down, , leaves Green ville for Vicksburg every Thursday at 5 pm. Going up, leaves Greenville for Memphis every Sunday at 9am New boat: up-to-date in every re spect. Electric lights and fans through out. Round trip Vicksburg and re turn $3.50; Memphis and return $6.00. The boat carries a band ot music during the entire season. L.YJNE STAKLiLNU, Ageni. VICKSBURG & GREENVILLE PACKET CO. Steamer Belle of the Bends leaves Vicksburg every Monday and Thursday at 8 p. m. for Greenville, returning will leave ureenviue every Tuesday and Friday at 5 p. m. Str. Annie Laurie will leave Vlckaburg every Wednesday and Saturday at 8 p. m. lor Greenville, returning will leave Greenville every Thursday and Sunday at 5 p. ni. LYNE STARLING, Agent. Pl.ATT. Pass. Agt. .I.J. POWERS. Supt. Y. & II. T. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. June 24 1900. .-.t'cV.iVH rnmn ... nsr ir -einty, 1 f Jos ArrnMrong unas Williams Geo Anderson Hnntcr Alexander Dasher Jack riolda John White Bobert Tackett Sonny Johnson ... aMared hie, i. ni Collier, May .,,offic", P- ofs.ldeoutT, I, Johnson, who being duly ,th toa foregoing srk x pln,on8 heiielves I - his Soxky X Jounaon Wbicrrbed to b?"re me thii Ut ofLeland. and ex-offlcio J. P.- , Notice. "f1, B'Mb'nitp n county. , .j.X.j,0r" of Btipervieortlof e fhB aBy, sealed Bios are hr " with the underniimed. Clerk T.?!."'""' nine o'clock a. m. ,r2daZ ofOrtnber. A. D., 1900, , IT.n Thoueand Dollars to be , mtv. mid lim to he nwl hv ".psrment of current tijitinpi sr nr"n-u. nH the oil "i the Ivt ,),,v nf Ji.t A n, ' t..n... t-, .. fit day ' " ' i t tk. No. 124 North Bound arrives No. 144 Leaves No. lit South Bound arrives.... No. 123 Leaves No. 174 For Percy Leaves No. 17 From Percy arrives No. 176 For Lelancl leaves No. 159 From Leland arrrves No. 172 For Huntlnjrton leaves . . No. 171 From Huntington arrives No. 11X1 For Leland leaves No. 108 From Leland arrives No 176 makes connection at Leland with North bound train. , No 106 makes elose eonneotion at Leland with Sontii bound train. Close connection made at Memphis and New Orleans with diaerging roads. or rates and Information apply to Jno. A 8colt, D. P. A., Memphis, Tenn. G.B. Buck. Ageat. Greenville.,.- ... .10:3(la ni 10:40 a m ;!:,10 p m 8:35 l m 4:30p m 9:10 p m D:.S0am 12:25 p m 1 :2 p m 4:15 p m :10 pm 12.40 a m NOTICE OK THE PROPOSAL Of the Mayor and Board of Alder men, of the Town of Lieland, In the State of Mississippi, to Is sue Bonds of Said Town. Notice is hereby given, that the May or and Board of Aldermen, of the town of Leland, in the State of Miss., will, at their regular meeting, on the first Tuesday of October, 1900, in said town Of Leland, provide for the issuance of the bonds of said town to the amount of $8,000.00,' for the purpose of erecting a system of waterworks in. and for the benefit of, said town, which bonds will be in the sum of $500.00 each, and num: be red in regular series from "I" up ward and- are to- mature in twenty learafrom the date of their' issuance, but to be payable, after five years, at the option of the said town of Leland, and are to bear interest, at the rate of 5 per cent, per annum, from the date of their issuance, payable- annually, and are to be lithographed, framed, signed, sealed, registered and issued, as required by Section 3015 of the Code of 18'.2, of the State of Mississippi, published by order of the Mayor and Hoard of Aldermen, of said town of Le land. adopted at their regular meetinfr. on Tuesdav, the 4t.h dny of tifptcmbor, im . B. O. McGtieb, I !iM-k Pro Tern. ID I.ATT I ir ikju want a sign puinieu or nave work of any kind in that line you want done cheap see THOMPSON, the painter. THOMPSON, the painter, will paint your advertising cloth signs at a low price. DERN, the leaks will stop. Give him a trial, FOR SALE at a bargain. One 2 H P steam engine. Write or call at H. N. Berry's repair shop. FOE SALE CHEAP, a caligraph typewriter, second hand and in good condition. C. C. Cregg. FOR SALE cheap, letter press. C. C. Cregg. We have cottages for sale on Val liant St., Theobald ave., Broadway, Main st:, and Central ave. Also hand some cottages in Race Track Addition, cottages in Bee Ranch Addition. Three nice cottages in Belle Air Addition. These are all offered on easy terms. Building lots in all parts of the city. See our new additions Bee Ranch and McKenzie. If you want bargains and terms call on us. Now is the time to invest in Real Estate. We can make you double the money. CHURCH & SHELTON. FOR SALE Counters and shelving. Harbison Bros & Co. FOR RENT A two story, 1 room house on Shelby street, newly painted and all conveniences. Apply to S. R. Dunn. FOR SALE A walnut Desk. Nelms & Blum. FOR SALE at a bargain Parlor set of furniture. New upholstering makes it as good as new. Address B this office FOR the best job work send to the Times Electric Quick Job Print. JV VOTT hnirn n. hnnse to rent or sell advertise it in this column. WATSON, HILL & CO., -209 Main Street Want to buv srood second hand furni ture for cash. Won, apll nnA Hpnnnfl hand niano. Cheap, easy payments. Original cost WOO. TO-onf rtiii. fmpnrtfl nml customers to know that we represent the best Wall Unnnn iinilBOa III thd Ht.ll.t.P.S. VIZ! Alfred Peats & Co., Anderbert Wall Paper Co., and tne American vvau t-apcr vu. Want tn sp.ll three Side Boards cheap for cash. A Bargain. Want to sell a nice lot of screens, easles and wall pockets. Cheap for cash. Won- tn alT n nipfi line of nidture nmiiiiii.r rn mnirfi anv shane. color. size or style of picture frame on short notice. Work guaranteed. At HAMBLEN'S you can buy: ' Light running, ball bearing Sewing Machines from $16.00 up. 8 rolls good unina mailing at, no. 27-inch Parisian Wilton Rugs, .$1.95 27-inch Velvet Rugs, $1.93. 18-inch Best all wool Smyrna Rugs at $1.00, .. ' 30-inch Best all wool hmyrna nugs $2.25.' . 3-inch Best , all wool bmyrna itugs $3.50. Oak curtain poles, complete, ie. Brass extension curtain poles, com plete, 50o. . t.b.b Curtains. 00 inches wide by 3t yards long, $1.75. per pair. R. M. HAMBLEA, 211 Main street SEVERAL good horses forsale,cheap Palace Livery Stable, nr a TTrn TinuWlnia fnr the sum- IV ..l -L 1.1' 1'""' .. - ' - - - ' . TTr,inii!v lirtalthv lnpntinn. Iar?e lUCr. UUUDUmi., v.-j , comfortable rooms; rates reasonable. Apply to Mrs. Wiley E. Jones, La Grange, Tenn. T 'IT QAT V A A IWIITI VinUSR (III COl- l V ' 1 V kJ.-lUli 1 " ' " " DiinM atrot and rvntrnl ave. at a UCl 1 VJ(.i " , , , bargain. If you want a house don t lose this opportunity. r. uj. Sheriff's Sale. State orHississlppi, Wnshlnfrton County. '" . a h n'B.nnon. J. P. court. To October term. 1 J M. Caihin ra 8. L. Williams. Vcndilonis Exponas. . , Br Vlrtneol tnesDOTe .otqi..! , nt directed, 1 shall expose to pnblie "l". the conrt house In Greenville, w""'",; hnirs prescribed by law, to the hthest bidder lorVh, rn thenret Monday of October t, all the right titles, and interest of the rlefend Inl, 8. L Williams, in sn.l to the follnwlnj describedVroperty, tn-wit: (In the aforesnid Weet. contalnina ill acr more or Ipse the same hminir been lerled nro as the property of thedefcn.lant.S. I,. Willlsms. and will be soid toiatisfy Plalntifl-s ciBim .ni l Sheriffof Wa!iiiik-iont onnry.- Two of the Greatest Bargains Ever Offered for Sale, BLANTONIA PLANTATION, in Jetferson Co., MIbb., 9 miles north of Harriston and I miles from Bed Llok Station, on the Natchei & Jacksonville Railroad. It consist of 1,200 acres of very rich, fertile and productive land, being mostly what might be called bot toms, with 800 acrea eleared and 400 well-timbered. The buildings on this plantation are 1 two-storied dwelling, containing 8 room and cross-halls witfi all the neces sary outhouses, kitchen, servants' room, etc. 14 cabins, 1 double barn, with hall between, and shed; 1 orib with shed. This plantation would make an ideal stockfarm. It la well watered, having many springs upon it, and the whole ts enoloeed by a good, substantial wire fenoe. It will be sold oheap and on ten years' oredlt, with a small cash payment. Also One iron OIn House, complete, easily taken down and pot op again, and one 85-horsepower engine, both at Elisabeth, alias., and both for 1600. Church dk Shulton, Tlmf Want AdTcrtiscmcnls llll IIHIO Grin? Ms. Try It? Plantation For Sale... The H. C. Williamson Land Invest ment Co., Rooms 31 and 32, Poters building, Memphis, Tenn., has for Sale in Washington. Sunflower, Issaquena, and Sharkey counties, Forty-live plantations, ranging from 80 to 2,000 acres. Most of these plantations can be bought on a small cash payment, balance in one to ten years, thereby making the purchase money but little, if any more than a fair rentajr for the property. For termsrend particu lars, apply to or address, A. D. Pace, Greenville, Mississippi. Game Ordinance. In the matter of protection of Game of Washington County Mississippi: Be it ordered, that the ord er adooted at the regular meeting A. D. 1893 for the protection ana preservation of game, be amended so as to read, as follows when amended: Be it ordered that any non-resident of this county, hunting in this county without tho consent or the board, or the members thereof obtained in writ ing, who shall shoot, wound, injure, kill, catch or pursue, wth such intent, any deer, bear, turkey, goose, duck or quail commonly called partridge in this county shall be guilty of a misde meanor and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not less than Twenty-live Dollars or more than Fifty Dollars, and shall forfeit the dogs used in pursuing such ganie and the (run used in the shooting of the same. Be it further ordered, that it shall be unlawful for any one at any time to trap or net quail, commonly called partridge in this county, and any one so doing shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof punished by a fine of not less than Ten or more than Twenty-five Dollars. Be it further ordered that if any person shall shoot, wound, or kill any quail, commonly called part ridge between the first day of April and. the first day of November in any year he shall be guilty of a misdeameanor and upon conviction shall be punished by a fine of not less than Ten Dollars nor more than Twenty five Dollars. Adopted and ordered published, this 5th day of Sept 1900. A. a., hood, cieric. Teachers Examinations. The Fall examination swill be held as follows: White teachers sept 21st and 22nd. and Oct., 19th and 20th, at the Court house. Colored teachers. SeDt. 28th and 29th and Oct. 26th and 27th in school no. 2, U- u urady, Hupt, oi za. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Condtnssd Jchsdule In CBsit Jam 10. 1900. So. 38 I No. 38 I Stations. 3.15pm ti.owiira MHpm 6.8lam 4.24pni e.Ouam 4.49pm 6.3 'am i. 18pm 6.42am D.45pm ?.04aml 6.30pm 7.saam 7.15pm 8.21am 8.57pm 0.18am lO.iipm 10.30am 11 2itpm tl.liam 11.35pm 11.15am 12.45am 13.10pm Mfisim lS.35Dm 2.33am 5.30am IvGreenvllle ar ...Elizabeth... ., .Indianola. .. . . . Moorhead. . . ...Itta Bena... ..Greenwood. ...Cairollton... Winona.... . . . Eupora ..West Point.. ar Columbus lvl lv Columbus arl ... Kennedy. ....Fayette.. 1.35Dm( Corona .. 4.00pmjar Birm'hamlvj No. 35 I No. 37 10.5.ipmlll.55am ll).j::pm U.5rpm 9.13pm .iijpm 8.0 pm 7.40pm 6.47pm 6.35pm 5.0?pm 4.57pm i.u3pm 3.40pm z.4pm 12.20pm I1.15um 10.40am 10. 15am 9.45am 9.20am 820am 7.35am 627am 6.00am 4. 15am 4.00am 2.47am &16am 1.07am 10.20pm Trains 8? and 38 carry Pullman Sleeping Cars between Greenville and Birmingham. Stations. Lv Birmingham.... Ar Anniaton Ar Atlanta Lv Atlanta Ar Charlotte Ar Danville.... .... Ar Lvnchburg Ar Washington Ar Baltimore Ar Philadelphia.... Ar New York Ar Boston No. 38 6.00am 8.10am 11.30am 12.00n n 8.13pm 11.53pm l.&am 642am 8.03am 10.15am 1243pm v.wpmi No. 3d 4.40pm 657pm 10.86pm U.50pm 9.85am 1.88pm 8.43pm 8.60pm 11.35pm 2.66am 613am 8.00pm No. 38 "Washington ft Southwestern Lim ited.' Solid Pullman Vestlbuled train Atlanta to New York, carryinc Pullman Sleeping car Birmingham to New York. Dining car east of Atlanta. Pullman Library Observation car At lanta to New York. No. 36 "U. S. Fast Mall." Pullman Drawing room Sleeping cars Birmingham to Charlous land Atlanta to New York. Dining car Char- otte to Washington- Stations. tVoreenville Ar Birmingham...... Lv Birmingham (A. G. S.) Ar Chattanooga (A. O. S.)... ...... Lv Chattanooga Ar Tiexinffton.... , Ar Cincinnati Ar Louisville No.36 600am 4.00pm 4.16pm 8.40pm 9.00pm t.ooam 7.45am 7.60am tl.mln. Car ntrminchani Ia Tuilte elite ana tninnwa w uipihwh. Statiows. Lv Greenville Ar Birmingham.;...- Lv Birmingham , Ar Chattanooga Ar Knoiville Ar Asheriiie Ar Bristol. Ar Washington Ar Philadelphia..... Ar new iora. No. 88 8 15pm 6.30am 6.45am 9.45am 1.10pm! 0.001m 645pm: 642am! la 15am 18.43pm1 No. M 600am 4.00pm 4.16pm 8.40pm 1.10am 6.16am 8.50pm C6am 613am m m piillmin Sieener tlrMnville to lllrm- Ingbam and Birmingham to New York. Cafe Observation ear Att.il I a, Ala., to Radford, Vs. Also Sleeping Car Birmingham to Ashevilia NO. 86 carries Pullman Sleeping Car Bir vingham to Chattanooga, connecting at Chat tanooga with train carrying Pullman Sleepinf Car and Dav Coaches Chattanooga to Salisbury WltOOUl EllWIl wi i-wiiuui, w new am n, Stations. Lv Birmingham Ar Annlslon Ar Atlanta .... Lv Atlanta Ar Macon Ar Jacksonville No. 36 4.40pm 6Ei7nm lO.SSpm 10.4pm 12.5r.am 620-.im 8. 30am "s.iciam 7.10am No. 600am k tlMm 11.31 lam I2(f.pm r Kipm 6.5(nm I00.)pm 7.(tism 835PIU, Lv Jetup...... I Ar Hrunswfrk I No. 80 Sleoptai? car Birmincnam to Atlanta, and A' lent to Jsick-ionvil . an i Rrunwick. NO 84 carries Pullman Slcf t:lng car Hlrminr hiim to Atlanta. n-.C A-.U.iiia to Jacki-onville-All trains run daily. .,,., nn E s ansos.iv. P- o. Whiwrtn.D.O I'm ci"l V Traf. Mer.. Wahtneuin. U. 0. W A,T''' f. P. A.. Wastiinetoa. D C. C. jVBKh coTtR.A.o.r.A. Chattano. t Tena, a-.' cPlace Your 4cM in Sunday Time I Directory of Oreefiviile's Celalile Duslnessand Professlooai Una I; . N0T&..V0UR AD. WILL BE PUCED IN THESE COLUMNS AT A YEAR. OR 50c A MONTH, PAYABLE QUARTERLY. " I y HARDWARE. MISSISSIPPI HARDWARE CO.. 11 Phelps Building, Waihingtai Ave. keeps OTerythlng In Hardware. Uoavy and Bhelf Hardware. Stoves, Han gee, Boaters, Plows, Plow Points. The best ol all kinds ot farming tin piemen te kept in atoak. WETHERBEE HARDWARE CO. T " kept all the lmprored HMdwftre. Farm ing Implements o all kinds. We invite in. pectlon ol aUoursootU. W MU nothing but the beat. f,EISE-H00D HARDWARE Co., "The bent Hardwaro House on Earth' Keep everything- in the Hardware line. The beat of goods at the lowest prices. We handle what you want. Oldest house in the oity. DRUG STORES. D. FINDLAY, "ESS Street. Telephone 36. &TAVI AD Washington Ave, I A I LAslV TaleDhone 223 Free Delivery. f.REENVILLE DRUG C0.,wt;nhxnve: Telephone No. 72. 272. Free Delivery. B FURNITURE. M HAM Corner Main and Walnut 11. 11MII1, gtroets. Telephone 11. ' A large line Walnut and Oak Furniture. COTTON FACTORS Hawkins, Crittenden & Co., Co&cn. ' tors Liberal Advances made on consign ments. Telephone 81. . H T. irey$,Sr.,& Co.,c&io.ar.-i advancements made oa oonslgnments. Telephone 67. 249 Main tit. A k. Plum 208 Washington Ave. Cotton fOK L.IUIII, Factor. Liberal advances made on consignments. Telephone 6. Ualdauer Cotton Co"., ZV. Cotton Factors. Liberal advances made on consignments. Tel. 38. COTTON BUYERS. in X. Wilcnn "m CitUens Bank ine Ac WllSOn, Building, Main St. Telephone 160-2. Rlm Office on Washington Avenue, e DIUm, Highest market price on all cotton. f Phone 6. Office Washr Av- K' Ab: Mewberger Cotton Co.,0' " nnA &nd Pnnlar Htret. 1 REAL ESTATE. CHURCH & SHELTON, nX.,h.n: dl. nor. Real Estate than' all other real estate agents eombined. Be. them and buy a noma on easy payment. A CANNON, SKfiJSZS: If yon wait to bar plantation, aea him. & EVERMAN.0KSS5: Son flower Land and ihoioeet land la Ore - J. STONE Bmireewntina tha Hannlaetariag Co C villa. LUMBERYARDS. Ki 41 BVAKinPD Walnut Street. r. &.kAmwa.n All ki All U.J a ' dressed lumber: Sash. Doors, Lime. Oe- ment, eco.' pwiwnr nwiomi Mirgmsuy. V .7 and Speoifleatlons furnished on any and all m ft.lt-" A Vaflt W J. M V TlMtWC. Wll. INCAL, contractor and Builder, e hi i-ia. V4it.wwl hiiitai41 Dlanl and Speoifleatlons submitted. Special rates on car-load lots. See us before placing your order. INSURANCE. HT IDFVS ID Fire, Life and Ae I. IILIJ, JBm. eident Insurance. HI Main Btract. JH nrtRD ' Fire, Life and Aocident In tl. KISDD, gurance. Office on Main street in Tinas Building. JR HFRDHM Insurance, Fire, Life D. rlCDIVUIN, and Aocident, Bepre- senting the best companies in the V. 8. Office in New Opera House. TRADES. CP RI PHCAF Upholstering done in C. DlXUMJC, neat andsatisfac- tory manner. Furniture repaired, Bcrap ed and varnished to order. Shop on Broad way, near 8. K. B. A I ATrHPD Contractor. Notice fol LAIlnCK, lowing specialties: Tyle Setting, Grate, work, Cement walks. Brick work generally. ' FM. HENRY, "Brass anoTslieetSS-on work. All kinds of Repair work a speci alty. Walnut street, near First National Bank. Hki RPDDV General Repair Shop. IN. DCKKl, Can do all kinds of Machine work. Becond-hand Bicycles, Guns and Pistole always on hand for sale. Call and see me. rson & Brewer "S-0BDTerZina at.atTm,ii wn.lr- Hmnke stackfl and Breeching; Exhaust and Blow Pipes; Roofing and Guttering. Job work a Specialty. Andei a v.. BOARDING HOUSES. MBrv.yvrti 1 1 a I I f IT V LEA I UK nUUJC. Bn.' Bank. Day and Weekly Board. Poplar Street, th of Citizens SADDLERY. fHAS. EHLBErT, AiJnuacLrer"!. aeaier in an myies ui oihiuioij,vuii.o, tv m.... r-Kni'n. QviHlata atrt A hinrl. some line of Buggies and Phaetons in stock. Call on me and save money on your purchase. LAUNDRIES; VALLEY STEAM LAUNDRY, I' 54. Walnut Street. We can launilry Tele-Dhone ry all wuio fln inmn n winch nicer than vou, that it to your Interest to have us call for and re turn TOUT parte.. a-U ww.m .vv particular people, and we are sure it will please you. - UNDERTAKERS. W. HEAD, J. . .. .... Washington Avenue. SOMMEB BROS., . . , A ' Walnnt Street. LIVERY STABLES. I0E SILVERSTEIN, Feed and Sale J Stable.. Flrst-Clase Livery Service. Commission Merchants. JXT TJFI I Grain and Hay. Car-load YV . and e, oi, solicited. Inquire for prices. Addreaa xie: Creen ville, Mississippi. .. D P. Ransom, M." V Gnln, Fav, Feed-stirH: al Chickens and Eggs. Offleei Delta warelx ae, nearY. andM.V.R. R. Thi.newpaper W inited to your wants fs The New Orleans Picayune. It ha all the war, political und general news of e.ich day, and its Market Report are strictly impartial and trustworthy. Daily . Edition, $3 for j months. Twire -a-Week EJifon (ijsned X m-layi ar-.I T-:r l-.-O, ; I a v-ir. I- v 1 f I HOTELS. MISCELLATEOUS. NIffMA" HO1pfcom-a. PoplarSt. SOUTHBBHOT.LJioMti(t WlJllttt8t BANKS. MKRCHATB PLANTERS, CITIZENS BANK, Main and Poplar Streets. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, "" Main and Walnut Streets OFFICES. Western Union Telegraph, Poplar Street. Postal Telegraph, Poplar Street. Cumberland Telephone, Washington Ave Southern Ei press, Main Street. American Express, Main Street. Post Oflloe, Main Street. . OIL MILLS. Planters, near V. and M. V .R.R. 'Phone 119. Mississippi Cotton Oil Co. MS Poplar st. Telephone 15. DeSoto Oil Co., 8. R R. Telephone 82. . Greenville i otton Oil and dinning Co., Lake street and R. B. Cotton Compresses. Planters Compress, near Y. & U . V. R. R. telephone 67. Greenville tomprOBl, Telephone 86. RM HAMBIIN Dealer in High Grade HI. lUWDLm, LiBnt-RunuTiig, Bail. Bearing Sewing Maoinut fn,n, jie.oti up. Sewing Machine aupplle. ot all kiuua, OIIIihs HI Main Street. Mail Order) given nronipt attention. I A WILHF1 M DlM Rri com, L. VI 1 . ' Oi" and all Vlmiaoi -y - v. u 1 1 u 1. 1. in tention. Parties having hay, corn, ato., for aale, write or oome and see us. Maia street. Telephone No. lua. CMITH Produce Company, keys. Chickens, Docks, Geene, Butter, and Eggs. Produce always wanted. Ordxrg f romptly filled. Main Street, near First Ma. tonal Bank. Telephone No. Ult-i STRAUTHER IT-, Also solicits heavy haultnir Guarantees ..( delivery. 'Phone No. , Oihce Walnut street, near Southern Hotel. JNO LAWYERS. I EROY PERCY, Attorney-at-Law, " Citizens Bank Building, Greenville, Miss. THOMAS & ROSE, Attorneys-at- taw, over Nelms ft Bliim. Wa own the only Abstract of Title to the lands in Wash ington County and City of Greenville, Miss. . I M. CASHIN, Lawyer and Not- ary Public Offico orer Citizens Bank, Greenville, Mississippi. l. 'li. WYNN, Attorney-at-Law, u Office in Wilczinld Building, Greenville, Mississippi. SHIELDS & BODDIE, Attorneys- at-Law, Weinberg Building, Greonvflle. Mississippi. DERCY BELL, Attorney-at-Law, Phelps Building, Greenville, Mlssislppl. W R. TRIGG, Attorney-at-Law, Oifli-e over L. vv. Harbison's new store. Washington Avenue. F J. BOGEN, Attorney-at-Law. ' Office over Harbison Bros. Co., Wash, ington Avenue. GRIFFIN. Attorney-at- Law. Offlea la Phelna building, Wash ington avenue. DOCTORS. F P. ODENEAL, M. D-aTOft BulldUg,. 0M hmta It a. m. to- 1 a. as., aad I p. ra. ta I a. Telaphoeta ttt. A G. PAYNE, M. D.0; Washlagtoa Avanae. TeUpaoo. ss-s, J D. SMYTHE, M. D. Washlngtoa Avrane. Tel.phoaeU. F P.BROWN.M.D.XiuuW r. urvwnil, in. v. s.hlUing'ameat ' mark.t, oo. Poplar and Washlngtoa Ave. HR.C TONES, SS- Finlay'a drug store. Reatfani Pbyrteian and Sur geon. Oflloe over rug store. HeaManoa lis aoum Shelbr. stxeat. Talenhoaa VIA DR. C M. CURELL, Eesidenoe 700 Main street. Phone 101. DENTISTS. f)R. JOE CHATHAM, Dentist Bridge and Crown work. Work guar an -eed. Office over Nelms ft Blum, Washing on avenue. Teleph one M2-8. WHOLESALE HOUSES. JORDAN & CO., wiiSSlZl and Commission Merchants. 'Phono 291 THE GOYER COMPANY, TVm. 1 V. Depot. 'I hone 385. McMAHON GROCERY CO., gSS House. Warehouse on Broadway, near Sotbern Railroad. Telephona , JVLcaL.rlAXN 1 a. j F M. ROBINSON. New store! New Goodsl Everything up-to-date in Dry Goods and Lady Furnishhing. Mail Or ders solicited. Give ua a call. 223 Washing ton Avenue. , . Cftl RDM I up-to-date Clothier, Hatter, UL DiIL-L. and Gent's Furnisher. Sole agent for Banister's flne Shoes. Telephone 191-2, corner Poplar and Washington Ave. P. GREENLEY, erSLS' ' Gent's Furnishers. KNOX HATS, and HEISEU'8 SHOKS. 220 Main Street. TUP I FAHFD The up-to-date One Price ; I ML LCAUCtV house of Greenville t " Everything new. All goods guaranteed as represented. Headquarters for anything you want. Our Shoe Department ia complete. Call at the Leader when in town. CARASON'S Mississippi Store, Every Mondav Bargain Day. All the latest styles anahades in Ladies' Dress Goods. Our goods are always up-to-date at the very lowest pOSSlOie pneoa. v taiuui. mi cc. Goods, Ladios , No-trim mings, Walnut Street. fHAS. HAFTER, DTta&'? v' tions, and all kinda of latest aty le t GROCERS. f.REENVILLE . GROCERY CO., Washington Avenue. All kinds of Fresh Groceries. Free Delivery to all parte of the city. Leave orders for anything in the Grocery line. Telephone 128. THE BAIRD-SAUTH CO., 0d""Si! tail Grocera of Greenville. All goods fresh. Leave your orders with them. Free delivery to any part of the city. WH Hfifin Washington Avenne. All n. ilWU, goods pure and fresh. "Prompt delivery," our motto. Tele phone us for anvthing in me Grocery line. When yon want Fresh goods, Telephone W. H. Hood. Telephona 1B7. - . BOOK STORES. ARCHER'S BOOK STORE, ff rtr-r, Proprietor. J0 Main Street. A hill line of Books, Stationery and Snorting Gooda. Office supplies and the latest periodicals. f.ILKEY'S BOOK STORE. Popular Kfirols.' t-ff btAt-ionery. inustnu4 P&pora and Mafcni;.. f.RANVILLE CAIi: -. v . St.'I.HHTT. 1'r i - t. . Periodical line can e . . 4 . N OFFICERS. U. S. ," - ''.. S.Tators H. D. Money andA.X McLanria l;t preneu tative 3rd Con. t)ist Pat Henry Gc-rernor ; A.H. Longino 1 iei t nant Governor... .J. Harriwm fi. c ctary of 8tate J. L. powere A' tf iney General......... Monroe MoChirg. Iri'rsi rer... . Robert Bumms Alioitor , W.Q.Cole Librarian Missl'lunkett ' supremFcourt. Judge A. H. ' hltflelO, Judge 8. Terrell, Judge C. C. talhouu. RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. V J. A, Mclnnis, A. Q. May, J. D. Kineannon. DISTWCT. Pcnatnr B. B. Campbell licpresentotives .. li. V. 'j homes, F. IS. Larkln, S. Castlemaa , . COUsTY. Sheriff ...W. B. Hunt Chancery Clerk T. H. Hood Treasurer , J. H. Uohb irtuit Clerk W.JC. ttllilait Assessor.. . ,...S. A. Barellld buperintendent of Eduiation....E. L. Urudy BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. , Frank Anderson, Pies'dcnt; P. A. Wallace, J. A. Dean, Thomas Bedd, 0. A. Winter. ' CoUkTS. . ;.,V"- Circuit Judge i F.E. Lartrln Chaneery Judge. A. McO. KimbroaMls Di.triot Attorney .. ... Ben Humphreys CHANCERY AND CIRCUIT. Chancery court meets fourth Monday In March and October. Circuit court meets first Monday in January, fourth Monday in May, third Monday in July, second Monday ia Lie oember. JUSTICE COURTS-CITY. Harry Smith and J. S. Vanghaa held on tn and 4th Mondays in each month; H. H. O'basi non and Srd Mondays in each month. an. Mayor. .' Clerk Treasurer . Manhal Street Commissioner Citv Phvaielan Chief Fire Department ....... .1. If. fcs-. J City Council A. Blum. L. Iiailmg, J. B. Watt, Ed Taylor, . w. Tllfod. T Council aseeta Brat Taeaaaya Imaaek BwaVa. Pis. Tew &t ....J.M.i .J. t. V.. ..Waa.Ot ..D.L.K... ..W. 0. n, : CHUROIES. METHODIST. . J, . Thomas, Pastor. J. W. Boraua,.B: - Sunday School 1:46 a. m. Morning servioat o'clock; Song servioe, 7:1S Evening eerrloa T:M Epworth League, :M p. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Evening, 7jM Wemaa'a Foreign .Miseion, 1st Friday la each moniat Parsonage and Home Mission, 1st Monday in, each month) Ladies' Aid Society, 1st Monday in each month. JEWISH SYNAGOGUE Dr. J. Bogcn, Rabbi. H. Goldstein, President. M. Mayor, Secretary. Services each Friday night at 7:80 and Satur day morning at 10 o'clock. PRESBYTERIAN. J. W. Primrose, Pastor. Sunday School :30 a. m.; Morning service, 11. Evening servioe, :M; Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at :. BAPTIST. W. M. Burr, Pastor. . Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Morning service 11; Evening services, 7:30. Prayer meeting Tues day evening at 7:30. ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC Rev. Rather P. J. Eostenbroek, Pastor. Sunday services 7 o'clock Low Masst 1:S0 o'clock, High Mass; o'clock p. m.,csteehitmj 2 o'clock p. m. Rosary and Benediction. Week Day services 7 o'clock Low Mass. Societies Catholics of America, meets every first ."unday after High Mass. Ladies' Aid Society meete every Krrt Friday at 10 o'clock ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL Cor. Washington Ave. and Broadway. Rev. Quincy Bwing.eotor. Morning Prayer and Ser.-non 11a. at Week day services Monday, Tuesday, Thurs day. Evening Prayer tr.a, Wednesday and Friday. Litany 10:30 A. s. Ladies' Aid :-ocietv, 1 ednesday....,...ll a. II. Young Vl oman's Guil, Monday 4 r. sL Junior Auxiliary, w ednesday. SECRET SOCIETIES. John H. VcKtnrie, sjnp No. II, I. O. O.K. Meets tveiy 'ruilh Thursday night. H. chlesinger, ( hiet Patriarch j M. Goldstein, ecribe. , Deborah I-or'gc, Ko. 161, I. O. B. B. Meat first Sunday in each month. N. Goldstein, President; t'.evor, -ecreUrj-. Queen ity Uodge, No. 7, Protected Knighta of meiica. jilftts esery first and third Fri day nights. E, H. Welt, W. P.; A. Holiman, W., cribe. . Mississippi Volley ledge. No. 710, K. of H. Meets evcrv flrst and third Thurrdcy. J. Be. Scruggs, Die; . Major, Reporter. . . . O. fleets firti rnd third Mondays in each month.' i.i. lainea,C.t.) J.H. chap pell, t lerk , M . Ai J"ercy todfe, No. 57, K. of P. Meete every second and Ri.rth Friday nights D.L. Thoin.aa.U. v.i J. -H. ttappell.K. R of i. ANNUAL CONVENTION OF COLORED ODD , , , FELIX) VFa. i ' Louisville, Ky., Oct. -7,19O0 On account of the above mentioned occ asion the Tasoo ft Mississippi Valley R. R. will sell tickets to Louisville. Ky., at rate of one fare for the round trip. Ticket on sale Sep. 49, 80, and Oct 1, 1900 with final limit for return Oct.9,iuuo. ANNUAL MEETING OF MISSISSIPPI VAL . " LEY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. I Asheville, N. O, Oct -ll, 1900 On account of the above mentioned ocrai"n the Yazoo ft Hiesieainpi Valley R. ' tickets to Asheville, . 0 at rate "f " ' of one fare for the round trip. 1 --trf.. 'i ' Oct. , final limit for return, t , l w. G, ti T 1 (.rT.n Tiiii-. ' Jho. a. Brorr, f. Memphis, Tenn.. Boat In the I Bitol Sf.at.-a. It ii H':ilor (! i'r',,'t vJl r'l.n io (iiri 'i i ' ' - 1 I- f ' O. i l J!r. L. B. IVi-pi The UuA-v, 1'