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2 . ' ' - ' THE 'TIMKS;' 0KKKXV1LLK, MISSISSIPPI, SATTHDAY, DTOEMBEB 1, 1900.
I I 1 I Comforts I It . jr iJfeg (ln lr lot fif nttfiii.fillel. Hi.li.i H "V. U 1 1.1 Mk. I - m .savssasw m n n n m w -r- n mm H - Goods ii " ! sjrent f.r l'KKKIN'S KM 0..H. 5leiin.iiln'r glove ll.C tllf t'tllilim at tl... I.,, I'vi.Mwi. linn- i.f I1HK), ntit ; swelv mi- equaimi ny nny - g0V n earth It is no(l for- iu lMf color. We rarr m full uu-eu for iMen. Women rml Children, tuxl fit every pair, if desired, m ihn .''.1:00 to 2.25 Genu' GhtvcH f . rn per pair.... I UUl'Z,3U and Caps. ' Have yi-ii Km tlmt fancy 1'laM World Cni ihIIkI tLu S-a- Cf Shore Clij. ut . ...i: 3vC Tbitl Navy fitiiu Cloth with rn jroldaml Mlvvr hamls ami button "C . No iiioie wM ears if vim wear our llusli.uml Oiduroy Hunting cap9 ai . . . . ; 50c lining, fancy covered, $2 i0 4 AC value Comfort, on Halo th:8 wk One lot Silkalino, cotton -tilled, $3.50 vnluo Comfort x, on sale this J ACZ week at fine lot of Persian lit vie. carded cotton-tilled Comforts, a real J4.D0 value, at Special vnliieu in larceht.e f 1 Z cotton Blanket, )er pair .... ' Ask to fee that lurjre and beautiful assortment of all-wool Blankets, ran?- ,n'rom3.50o 12.00pK 3.45 Shoes Sre Koliinson's swell Walk ing Shoe for Ladiu's Per pair 3.50 I COAT SUITS. Fifty Styles of tine men-tailored Coat Suits in Venetiun Kersey and Broad Clollm, Cbevicts and Serges to be sold Mon-oo o per day and ono week at reduction of .' "cent One thousand yards of Bleached Satin Damask to be sold at prices sur prisingly cheap. . Special value in Bleached AQC Damask, two yards wide, at....-'' Special value in uieacneu yg, oi! n.. torn Tarda wide, at Ask to see the j Aj jn O 25 finer lines at fiotn WW 10 5.yd Shirts. The Lion Brand still baa the lend. The bands and bosoms will not stretch out of shape when laundered. The colors arc absolutely fast. Tho fit is perfect and comfortable and the price is just the same as others of an in- aSTI .00 t0.50each This department ho- u... this week, as the trade good values, and taken aW the opportunity jo supply for the winter, , ; , "k ' ' ' ij'.t - One thounand suits of Meo'i ! Lined ' Underwear per mft -' l.C( Ladies' Ribbed UnderwMr -j good heavy weights, per suit.. '70 Ladies' Gray and White 0 t Egyptian' Cumbell Cotton , H per suit ........ ' JQf Ladied' Union Suits, jn , , all shades, per suit ,p ' Ladies' All-Wool. Pn.p.i. f TTnion Suits, in nil mk. ' "'""l VVt suit :2.5I The greatest value on earth r- in Misses' Gray Union Suits at.. g; (110 E51I1 I'M PRK5. . ColumbuH Iiuh a home dramatic com pny. ColumbuH ; haJ a tournament" on ThunkBgivtag duy which proved a big Bin cess. A delegation from Iowu U at Vicks- burg locating positions held by Iowa troops during the aiego of that city. The Industrial Convention which meeU) at New Orleans next week will have over 200 delegat.-8. Missi.fippi will have her -iliare prcasnt. The case ainst the Seranton Chronicle CX. is set for December 1st. . The indictment againut the company made by Judge T. A. Woods -for an editorial on ttio Irvin-Marpeth case was made at last ussion tit the grand jury. ' The Columbus Commercial put in a Simplex typesetting machine this week. Brother Senter must be enjoy ing prosperity to put in so costly a ma chine. Well, he is a big, whole-souled fellow and deserves it, and tho writer wishes him all tho success this world has iu store, for him. A private letter from Pekin, China, states that Lieutenant IJlake. of this county, of the U. S. marines, U in im mediate charge of tho guard of the emperor's palace. Vicksbu.-g and Warren county are proud of their rep resentatives in the service of tho United Statos; Lieutenant Blake, of tho ma rines; Lieutenant Pickett Magruder, of the navy, and Lieutenant Williams of the U. S. infantry. Vieksburg Post. J. B. Gibson, tho Logansport, Ind., contractor who trifrd to .bribe Govern or LongiDO, has by this time been con vinced, from the predicament he has gotten himself Into, that the old say ing, "Every man has his price," isj wrong. From tho reports ho offered the governor any prico for his influ- jn.-n. We think some day these fel lows on the other side of the Mason ndDikonline will learn 'not to fool with Mississippi governors. OK Bob Lowery when governor sent two to the pen for prize-fighting, against the state laws, und what our present gov ernor will do in the above case will be H plenty. Mississippi has increased 261,670 in population as shown by the late census, again of 20 per cent. .This entitles Mississippi to an extra congressman. Only three counties in state have gone backward in population. They are Grenada, Benton and Issaquena. Three Others have remained almost station ary Chickasaw, which added one to ltopopulatton,DeSoto and Tippah. The counties which are the most progress ive are Pearl, River. Perry, Sunflower, Jones. Greene, Harrison. The Delta,, as a whole, has made the largest im provement ard the best showing of any ' other part of the state. The increase being in the last ten years nearly 29 per cent. In another ten years, with the press It has working for Its inter ests, the state is calculated to make the best showing of any in the Union. . Young man, don't go West, but come to Mississippi if you want to grow rich. , Oct. Lms1nos Picture. The Picayune correspondent paints s true pen picture of our governor and former citizen, A. H. Longino: 'Governor Longino ia not a man of many words, but wathe says is full of meaning, directly to the point, and em phasized by sincerity and simplicity, ' He has new" been la omce neany year. The views expressed in bis in augural address . and his lofty official walk have brought useful and healthy result to the commonwealth. . -,.',Hle stand for law and order quick ened the best consoieooa of the state, and a more robust sentiment at once eh.-Tstallized. Everyone of intelligence d genuine public-spirit must perceive that the prosperity. mbraHty, progress and safety of Mississippi depend upon an administration of law and order and the conditions of repose and tranquilli ty. Any other condition is incompati ble with the public welfare. "Tb e devotion of Governor Longino to tbs moral, material and industrial in lifting of the state is manifest la Us rvory official utterance and act His .Imiiitration ha been purely imper- t( : .-.!, ttr-d from fvw;..' a or nepot ism. It has been wise, non-partisan the same hole that the elective judici- ary fell in? It is thought so. The Delta must not sit idly by and be trampled under by tho hill counties they very greedily accept for school purposes the money taken from the river counties for revenue license, and now show a greed that is nothing short of hogiehnesa. This amendment must bo tested in the courts before it is sub mitted to by this section. Mayersville Spectator. com Heavy and destructive rains are re ported in Tennessee. A prario fire swept over fifty miles of Texas grazing lands. Minister Conger is reported to be preparing to return home. Kitchener wants 50,000 horses from this country for the police in the Transvaal. and ubove criticism. To say this is a pleasure; that it is true is u public blessing. "Tho nomination of Governor Longi no came directly and freely from tho people, and not from, the politicians. And the fact that all the best elements of the state are supporting his adminis tration adds greatly to his efficiency and usefulness. "He has consistently, distinctively and devotedly conducted the govern ment in the interest of the state, -as paramount to faction or self. Indica tions point to the fact that, like the ma jestic Stone, his conservative and just administration will form an eminent passage in state history, will prove memorable to exalted recollection, will be grateful to patriotic sensibility." Mississippi' Educational Work. The Centei vlllc Jeffersonian thus re fers to what the state is doing along educational lines: "Mississippi's appropriations to pub lic schools and colleges amount to nearly $1 for every man, woman and child in the state. So other state does as well as our grand old commonwealth for the rising generation, and as a con sequence our state is becoming moro enlightened and progressive. Twenty years from today Mississippi will lead all of her Southern sisters. Education is the great motive power that will place our state in tho front ranks. A truly educated people are free from vice and crime, and the criminal record of our stato is not as great as some of our Northern states, notwithstanding the large population of blacks within her borders. We have a great future before us, and if we will continue to do our full duty in the educational lines, our influence for good and advance ment will grow with each year. Tho coming legislature would not do any thing wrong if it added 25 per cent, to tho present school fund." $170 Jiet I'roflt. Yazoo City On one and a quarter acres of land A. H. Smith, of tho Free Row neighborhood, in this (Vazoo) couflty, produced 400 gallons of mo lasses, which he readily' disposed of at fifty cents a gallon, or $200. The cost of producing the above was $30, which leaves Mr. Smith a net balance of $170 made on this small plot of ground. This beats' cotton. Is It Constitutional ? There is now very little doubt but what the poll tax amendment received more votes, tor it than was cast against it at the recent' election. But the question arises, is it constitutional? Was it submitted right? Is it not in President Kruger of the Transvaal is now on French soil receiving tho ova tions of the people. General Wheeler and Lieutenant Hobson delivered each an address at Carnegie Hall, N. Y., to the Y. M. C. A. A burglar got 83,000 worth of jew elry from a New Orleans store. Three thousand men went out on a strike in Tampa, Fla. The strikers are cigarmakers. Congress meets next Monday. Arizona, Oklahoma and Now Mexico are all applicants for statehood. Peary, the arctic explerer, is pushing on northward. Alabama will make an exhibit at the Pan-American exposition at Buffalo. Telephone 161 Your Order For FRESH OYSTERS, FISH, Etc., fos P. Muff eletto, 631 Washington Ave. Only choicest kept, sure prompt delivery. Wo in- Ft (01 The most beautiful thing in the baby, all joy. The most Drink 1 Java and Mocha Coffee The Finest on Earth. FOR SALE BV GREENVILLE GROCERY. ANYTHING YOU WANT IN THE Stationery, Book, or Periodical Line CAN BE HAD AT CARTER'S BOOK STORE WASHINGTON AVE., GREENVILLE, - MISSISSIPPI. GOOD HOME-MADE BHEAD is something that everyone enjoys, and tne Dreaa made lrom our Invincible superior family flour eives results that the most dainty palate will relish. White, nutritious breads, delicious cakes and pastry is what you are re warded with when you are rewarded with when you use our Invincible flour. We have the finest teas, coffees, flour, spices and extracts, pure and unadul terated, to be found In Greenville. BAIRD-SM1TH -GROCERY CO. Opera glasses in qold, sil ver and Moroccq. al Frank 'Binder's, 331 Wasliinglon-av?. the world is dimples and pitiful thing is that same baby, thin and in pain. And the mother does not know that a littb fat makes all the differ ence. Dimples and joy have gone. and left hollows and fear; the fat, that was comfort and color and curve-all but pity and love--is gone. The. little one ciets no fat from her food. There is sonic thing wrong; it is cither her food or food-mill. She lias had r..o fat for weeks; is living on vh:.';, she had stored in that plump little body of hers; and that is gone. She is starving for fat; it is death, be quick ! Scott's Emulsion cf Cod Liver Oil is the fat she can take; it will save her. The genuine hnj thisnic'.urscn it, take no other. If you have not tried it, send for free sample, its agreeable taste will surprise you. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, 409 Pearl St., N. Y. 50c. and $1.00 all druggists. We ae Now Here, sere to St Conway Bfothets Horse and MuleC of Kansaa City, Mo., and located in the j PALACE - STABll No. 214 and 216 Main stM Greenville, Miss., whertthn j Will keep on hand for Planters and Merchants I Saddle and Driving HORSESsjflULR I PRICES AS LOW AS IN ANY 'MARE . . . 1 CONWAY BROS. J. w. Snowdenfc' HUNT I STARLING, COAL & WOOD Office and Yard, Y. &. M. V. Railroad and Alexander Street. Telephone 301, "FURNITURES K i .. . . - r-rr. ttt mC Reliable Goods Reliable Prices Housefurnishings, Cook ing Stoves, H eating stoves, etc. t i W. W. WILSON & CO. x 200 and 202 Washington Avenue. Singer Machines Exclusive Agents in Green' ville for the Old Reliable EFURNITUREt ) JOHN A. CANNON, Real Estate, Loans, Insurance, If you want any kind of town lots, I hart it. The prios and tann ti suit you. If you want a plantation of any eiee In the Delta, I havs It. Si n I provsd or uninprovod. Terms and payment to suit you. If you want to borrow money, I have it. Terms and tlms to mil d rates of Interest. j If you want insurance, I have it the very best. .1 You have rents to collect? I can collect them and will remit tin promptly. , i I am satisfied that It will ha fyi vrMis IntAKAst s an mo KafrtPA YflclcT?. " WWJWL lUlDlOSII IV OUO Wvwrf- Invnf thsaa 1. i T 1 . . ... 1 . u.au vuiuko wxiiuii i nave oaii. I'll trat, von riaht ana mtbiw see me and lets have a talk. 2JJ MAINST. I'll treat you right and sw row It may be mutually profitable Tel. J59-4 : GREENVILLE J, B. HEBRON, G-EN ERAL INSURANCE AGrJENT. New Omra House. - Gresnville, Hiss. THE CITY GROCERY, "PETER VUSKAS, Proprietor. -PEALEK IN- Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fftitts, Cigars, Tobacco, Etc. You will find all Goods Fresh, Quality the Best, Prices the Lowest 'Phone 179. Free Delivery, All Goods Guaranteed. JORDAN & CO, Wholesale Grocers Commission Merchants. Agents fo Atmout & Cos Picfe House Products. j HlOW SOIICITCD. ;: QUOTATIOnS Jt Oman and WAMsaeosB. Washinoton a Win, Near Y. nd m v niht nMt ,' Greenville, Tj4none29r. Mississi H. P. HAWKINS. o. B. CRITTBJlfDEK. LKR0YPIfi U2 WALNUT SREET, GREENVILLE. miSb. i i IWIR (Mill I' (ft, ottom Factoi. 2 Greenville Grocery 3DEI-A.IB3 TUT Wlt D Mil (OTIfS. lo. OiLflierYiffuW,,? Bite II a u 233 WasMngton Arenve, GREENVILLE, Commenced Business in 1881. J. J. HARTY, Contractor and Builder of .11 kinds; B'ffiJ Mantles, Lime, Cement, Hair, Paints, Oils, Varnishes. Hut fior Zmsrl Encaustic mi Mm VUsVV Ul It ml fcl sftsaW fit Um wwBot . Mies. Liberal advancements mtL&t On GREENVILLE, , , , AVISSISS! MISSISIPPi. Gf-reenville, J. I HENIY CHAPPp ne Lightnina WW EM' , iat2r. 4?V Prompt and EffsoBw -"trusted tomewiU Mosirs lUsdy and Ap A a' iHinry made. Th best oi " MIDKO. mi n.uv.. im OPFIC, 231 Main Street, . . Orienv 4 .1 hoi J trie ' st 'ice. onsta "to 1 y cu ch, ii Mr. it 5 If IE I;