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J6 THE GOYERi GO., I ' 1 Headqtiarters lot! Bagging and Tics. TELEPHONE NO. J7V 702, 704, 706 Washington 'Avenue"'" ' GREENVILLE, - - MISSISSIPPI. LUMBERYARD .H.NEAL Rou$h and Dressed Lumber, Sasli. Doors and Blinds BtJnJ Column?, Brackets, and all kinds of Scroll and Turned Work. Linu, Cement, Brick, Fire Clay, Nails, and Builders' Hardware of all Kinds. eciU special attention to our line of i lf. FRONT DOORS. J! Special prices on car-load orders. FICE: t'fe GREENVILLE, ' MISS. O.F. BARNES. JNO. A. WOOLARD. -ooooooe CHAS. H. OWEN. )HN F. BARNES & CO., clrchttects and TSutldersX ches, Court Houses, School Houses, )peta Houses and Jails, Specialties. EENVILLE, : s MISSISSIPPI. RUMBLINGS. ttltloii of Liquor License Honorable Mavor and Board of Alder tbetown of Leland: iflundenigned qualified electors of the Uland, county of Washington, state nippi, hereby petition your honorable put unto Robert Franklin Grego, a of uid town, a license to Bell vinous, ig ino intoxicating liquors in 10BS tfau one gallon, at his place of bus htii street in said town of Leland, hereby recommend said applicant, ruklin Orego, to be of good reputa I a suitable person to receive said li id hereby certify him to be a resi udtown. county and state, and your n will ever pray, etc. ittaLong Walter Hugh Mc-rhomaiPree- Oowen Moses Spriggs rood Thomp- Jas Tobias Dean John 8haw Davis je Finnic Bobt Franklin Orego Bryan Best, Charles Montgomery Johnson awerTate Jr Milton Smith Hardin Tate Collie Winston rryHindraau Scott Edward James Med WatBon Gillian Josenh Armstrong. pton Collier Will Henry Williams m Kisnison Ousa Calving e James Cnrico Oobson John Branch George Morris Abe FieldB James Louis Jones Richard Morton James Alexander Ven tress Felton "today of Nov. 1900. J. W. Tate, Jr., of Leland. Mississippi. ) Wuhinrton, ! f Leland, ) ly appeared before me, J. H. Collier, -omcio j. p. in and for town, ulie Hav ettAAev Pilner . eAflery fV Confer it; Beat irtate.B.F. Orego, who first being n on his oath that the foregoing written by the persons them I their request or mark obeiMob8CTibed be,ore me N"'"'86 - 3 w nniifn.. yor of Leland, and ex-offlcio J.' P. Mela Duleli Itlon for Liquor License niui i. oeizoni, wasmngion ndersigned qualified electors. SUi 1 ""Porate limits of . the Slia,ore8ilid tate and county, KJ? "f Pe'on your honorable S T""" Menard Turner 11 u37vill0u' and apiritous liquors mes than one gallon for theterm imi . J" of business in said S 5'Vwe herewith recommend hard Turner to be of good re- Jas Gordon fli4mM v i . . . fM Tomer Jos Lewllvn Bain ."ido."' SSftJ!S' "P" a. suu.r.B 1,0110 ""W Lanys Mayerhoft Irw.. John Robert Bain "Lena 8ienh-n -.ii.. ,1... Charlie Clarence Molntnsh -- nenry aims Brumfleld b. Abe Conn County. I r appeal as hn,n M n nnKii. , ,uo wiuis Drain SarT.ll C tor th0 o Belronl. Vf '?! makes oath that all 01 tttion are "ijmed to the at- wriSl1'iff,ed T lh Parties "written In fheirpreaenceaud by Sow, iC2de,ore e this, the ""r.1100. Willis BnuMKnLD, Notary Public Enforcement 0 Vendor' blMrfZ?? eonfrfej upon me B.SI fM,U """eg executed .f New Orlean.tnl.l.n. nv..iT.,.r,lM'' Ue reoord of Wlniak. i.i- uniy' 'M'PPl, ibrih., 15'e "ler (be author .'tai deed froir J c ad iL"04?"- KrdI at Book luntv.'-Jf lh rord of ,aBd '..,Bank. the holder and mi ik. T oeacrlbed In 6X0,fPriligal4 note. d ude Ihe payment Ihenof, by Decmbtr. 1000, .,. 07 court Hoe. .teth?S,.v,llalulJ,P, M at I d2c5hil1h,ei ddf. for eaeh. iU.Tiwl,: Tho Waoo nlaD- il. . aoutheiiet aurter of I'M rH.. " etio .'n-'1- l(f lt h O0"1 Ba" Wrk1" :. wen, amd one e lD'e. towiwhlp MuiWw,,,;t,ma'ed to eon .'',,"d' hundred and ' nd .V . Mld ote and the b ana all expense, IneumJ in ife,yefKov.n,beT.i9no. 1 : W. w. groan. 8herlff'8 Sale. The Slate of Mississippi, Washington County. In the Circuit court. To December term, 1900. 0101 Fnnnle A. Hill 1 vs. S Execution. No. 9,401. W. D. Hill. ) By virtue of the above execution to me di rected, I shall expose to publio sale, at the uoor 01 bne v;ourt House in ureenvuie, wunin the hours prescribed by law. to trie highest bidder, for cash, on the First Monday of December, 1000, all the right, titles and inter est of the defendant, W. D. Hill, In und to the following described property, to-wit: Commencing at ihe northeast corner of Lot Three Section Twenty-nine, Township Fif teen, Range Nine west, thenca north 38 de grees,, east 25.00 chains to chute bunk, the point of beginning; thence north 37M degrees, east 9.00 chains: thence north ' ofcgreea, east 1.03 clialLSj thence north ivi degrees, east 14.65 chains to an iron stake, thence north 'l&H degrees, enat 29.62 chains to river chute, where sianus an iron axie; inence norm id uegrees, west 11.33 chains, thence noith 15tf deirrees. easts. 82 ohains, thence noitliDX degrees, west a. 43 chains to Mlsslxslnni river, thence north ma degreee, west 1.52 chains- thence west .US chains, thnce sonth 62i degrees, wet 8:1 chains, thence south 57 X degrees, west 9 50 chains, tnence sontn so aegrees i intnuies, west '1 .30 chains, In head of old ditch, dividing the cultivated land of W. D. Hill and that formerly belonging to A. W. Wickliff; thence in the center or said ditch according to the fol lowing meander, to-wit: Ihence south 28 de grees 20 minutes, west 2.10 chsins, thence south tl-X degrees, west 5 29 chains, thence south 31M degrees, west 3 52 cnnlnsj thence south 24 degrees, west 3 35 chains; thence south 0 degrees 10 mlndtes. east 2 48 chains; thence south 24. M degrees, west 3.30 chains; thence south 17 deirrees 10 minutes, west 1.72 chains; thence south 26 degrees, west 8.72 chains; thence south 29 degrees 25 minutes, west 4 38 chains, to what Is known as the Wickliff ditch; thence along the east tide of a slough, which slough is the boundary line between the culti vated lands formerly belonging t A. W. Wickliff and those of the defendant, W. D. Hill, according 10 the following meander, to wit: South 29 degroes west 6.49 chains: thence south 32 deg.ees 50 minutes, west 3.30 chains, Ihence south 29 degrees IS minutes, west 6 47 chains; thence south 32 degrees 20 minutes, west 5. 85 chains; thence south 33X de grees, west 4. DO chains, to a ditch, running into n siougn wnicn uiviues ihbwh" cultivated by A. W Wickliff and W. D. Htl ; Ihence along said ditch, north 54 decrees 40 minutes, west 0 71 chains; Ihence south 23 de grees, west 12 80 chains 10, the section line di viding Sections 58 and 29 of Township 15, Kange 9 west; tnencesouth70degrees,eastll. 85 chains to the point of beginning, oontuining 80 acres more or less. All in Township Bfteen, Itange nine west. In Washington county. Missis slsslppi, according to the survey, map and plat madebyW. R Harvey, C. E., now in his pos session, and to which reference it made for a more particular description of said land, the same having been levied upon , ns 1 the h MM.iv nf th Defendant. W. I. Hill, and wilfbe sold to satisfy Plaintiff's claim and all costs. W.E. Hunt Sheriff of Washington County. The more railroads the people get the less taxes they will have to pay. Railroads besides furnishing transportation facilities and easily. uouDiing values of lands In communities where they run, pay a large amount of taxes, as above stated. Speaking of the proposed railroad from Vicksburg to Birmingham by wanton, the Times of that place, save: M. dore Gross, Dave Levy, A. Tuteur, P. Trollo anujonn wohnerhave become Interested In tne matter, and that means snocess. A char ter has been secured, and capital arranged for 10 complete the work. The survey will soon begin, as the parties are read to go' to wort. We hope our people will render the enterprise alt the encouragement such an important mat ter deserves, in contributing right of way and aid In the survey, as we understand that Is ell that will be asked of them. There la not a man, woman or child, rich or poor, black or white, hut what this road will benefit," Being eon nected with the Mississippi rivet on the west, and other roads on the east, It will reduce freight on eoal, cotton and all provisions, to that all people who spend a dollar win be ben efltted. It may bring railroad shops, and, eventually, factories, It will bring trade to canton from long distances in every direction because of the superior lnduoements our mer chants can offer. They can do a wholesale business with the Interior. The more rail roads Come to a town, the mnm heneflt it da. nves irom population, trade and general en wriiriHC Illinois Central's Improvements. An official of the Illinois Central in St. Louis, in speaking of the proposed increase of capital stock from $60,000,000 to 169,000,000, said to a representative of the St. Louis Globe' Demoorat: 'The purpose of this Ibsuo is to raise funds for providing additional equipment and facil ities needed to meet the demands of the com pany's growing traffic, including new cars and engines, additional second and side tracks, station and terminal facilities, reduction of grades and elimination of grade crossings, some of which works already have been un dertaken, and for other corporate purposes. 'The officers of the company say that, as shown in its last annual report, the gross rev enue of the railroad from traffic had doubled from 1890 to 1900, and that in the same time the tonnage carried had nearly doubled . They add that although the capacity of the revenue freight cars had In the meanwhile been in creased more than three and a half times, the company now finds itself unable to handle all the tonnage offering. Since July 1, 1900, the company has added 100 locomotives and 2,500 cars to its equipment. It has also built thirty- four miles of additional second track. It re' cently contracted for a supply of 500 cars of fifty tons capacity, and also in building 500 of the latter size at its own shops. It has under construction, to be completed next year, eighty miles of additional second track. The growth of its export grain trade in New Orleans will call for the reconstruction during the coming year of another 1,000,000- bushel elevator. Whether this will be built in the city or at the terminal yard at Harahan ust above tne city has not been determinea Another Branch of the I. C. David Sloan, chief engineer of the Illinois Central, has written the Engineering News that surveys have been made for the Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama railroad, from Baton Rouge, La., through to Hammond, and a pre liminary survey to Nicholson, La. Bids have been received for the section between Baton Rouge and Hammond, but the contract has not yet been awarded. The road will be forty four mileB in length, and will be a part of the Illinois Central system. The Illinois Central will establiah a new yard at Jackson, Misa and the Yazoo and Mississippi Valley, owned by the Illinois Central, will locate a new yard and a twelve-stall frame roundhouse at Tchula, Miss, e The prettiest line of cut-glass, China ware and table ware in the city can be seen at Geise-Hood Hardware Co. a. They will make a suitable present for tne good wife . The home that has one of Geise Hood's Raidant Stoves never grows cold. - Fine sill- umbrellas ' at Frank Binder's, 331 Wash ingtonave. Our men's Shoes are guaranteed for service. THE LEADER. Closing out stoves cheap at Stock-well's. Rent of Lnsby Lund. I wish to rent for the year 1901 the real es tate formerly leased by J. C Lusby und be lonirtnr to his estate. Am willing to rent same either as n whole, or such portions of ic a par ties m-iy desire. Communicate with me at ADeruecn, MISS. m , r&ini, .,olhi. The Charter of Incorporation of the Delta Ull company. 1. Charles E. Pease. George Leder, James Bobertshaw, J. H. croucn, u B. umienaen, and their associates, are hereby incorporated and created a body corporate and politic, to be known by tne name or tne ueiw uu wnn1 ooooooooeec cccteoooccc'cecrco .1 fi Wi JtJUOCXXXXXXXX)OCXXXXXX3 The OKIo river is on a boom, and the oal tows are getting under way. The Buckeye State, the first through boat from Cincinnati to New Orleans, left the form' or city this afternoon. The river at Cairo has been rising at the rate of 1 4 feet per day. It is due to the excessive rains of Kentucky and Tennessee The John K. Ppeed passed the olty Thursday on her way -to New Orleans, in charge of Cap tain Don A. Marr. Harry D. Proctor in office. The Julia passed here Wednesday with good trip on her way to Vicksburg and all way landings. . Fred Heiner it in charge 6t the office. The MoDougal, with the whalebaok bargee In tow, landed at the Greenville wharf a abort time Wednesday evening, on her return trip to m. Louis, The Delta, Captain Ed Noland, Jr., arrived Wednesday. She left for Lake Provldenoe, Vicksburg and all way landings. Jas. Poster la in charge of her office. Monday's Courier-Journal says: The tow' boat Beaver passed Columbus with the largest tow of lumber ever brought up the Mississippi by a single towboat, 3,000,000 feet, The Mississippi and Ohio rivers are rising rapidly, and during the past week millions of bushels of coal were started to New Orleans, Five million bushels were shipped from Pitts burg Monday, i,,, ,; The Hill City was at the wharf yesterday, and Captain T. B. Sims says she la the largest boat ever raised after sinking in the Missis sippi river. She will be placed on the way at Carondolet Monday for repairs. St. Louis Globe-Democrat. - r , . ' The following changes in post lights on the Mlssisippl river between Memphis and Nakchei have been made: Island No. 97 New light, established November 22. Illawara Discon tinued. Pecan Grove New light, established November 22, - r.r.s, KV NOTEi-YOUR AD. Will BE PLACED IN TiiHSE COLUMNS AT $5 A YEAR, OR 50c A MONTH. PAYABLE Qi I Directory of. femHlle's Mle 0BsiHessc!ty jfos!c2t'iiis' ;i -lY. V' v.' v'va; HARDWARE. HOTELS. DRUG STORES. R D. FINDLAY, "ESS. w",ttu"t Street, telephones. ' I ORD TAYLOR, Free Delivery. . 5 GREENVILLE DRUG CO..?; FURNITURE. CM HAM Corner Main and Walnut TI. I miM, streets. Telephone 11. COTTON FACTORS Hawkins, Crittenden & Co., Con. tors Liberal Advances made en oonslirn- monts. Telephone el. H T. lreys. Sr., & CauSS advancements made en consignments. Telephone 67. 249 Main St. . A Ko Plum Washington Ave. Cotton fOK DlUm, Factor. Liberal advances UUtU MB ejWHXMgUineMeVrete 9i9pUVUW W tyaldauer Cotton Co., Cotton Factors. Liberal advances made on consignments. TeL 2S. - COTTON BUYERS. Kline & Wilson. mSuSSt& Telephone 150-2. A K Rlnm Offi':e on Washington Avenue, XDB DIUIT1, Highest market price on all cotton. 'Phone 6. NewbergerCotton Co.,0Scffi5: u uo nuu ' vjiu.i otii ucv. REAL ESTATE. The Cincinnati Enquirer of Friday says: At a meeting yesterday between the directors of the Memphis, New Orleans and Cincinnati Packet Company and owners of the steamer City of Pittsburg, arrangements were com pleted whereby the steamer City of Pittsburg will run in the Cincinnati and Memphis trade this season, under the auspices of the Mem phis, New Orleans and Cincinnati Packet Company. The steamers City of Vicksburg and New South will comprise the Memphis line. One of these fine steamers will, leave Cincinnati every Wednesday at 8 p m. for Memphis and all way landings, taking passen gers and freight for all points as far as Vicks burg, and will leave Memphis every Tuesday at 5 p.m. for Cincinnati and all Ohio river points. It is many years since there has been a line of sidewheel boats to Memphis, and no finer boats have ever run in the Cincinnati and Memphis trade than the City of Pittsburg and New South. The boats will be run strictly on time, and will pay special attention to way business, passengers, stock etc. No two bet ter stock boats ever ran on Western waters. By placing these two elegant boats in the Mem phis trade the line expects to add largely to ,h hnninnsH of Cincinnati, especially the stock end passenger traffic. With these fine j accommodations a large amount of stock that VAJFYANnFR Walnut Street, has been going to other points from the lower fl. 77 , o ur. A" tl1"1"0' , , , . . . mtn . dressed lumbor: Sash. Doors, Lime, Co Ohio and Mississippi rivers will now come to B)laer,, materlaf enneoiallu. Plans the Cincinnati market. The merchants of cm-1 n(j Specifications furnished on any and all MISSISS3PPI HARDVVV.RE CO., wbwman hot. iLi. i11 Phelps Building. Washingt Be Ave., keeps W V Pfcen. Poplar Str everything in Hardware. He,'y and Shelf, ARLINGTON HOTEL, , HuM.are. Stoves, Kanges, H taters, Plows, n , 'Phone If. walnut Street. rw v roiucs. rni uvstoi au aanas oi I arming , - i...pU-..nU I 5 HOTko.. HI. Wnnt Str-t. lycTnERBEE HARDWARE CO. keens aB the im Droved Aavdware. Farm fuuef implemeilU of all kinds. We invite in. suoctioii of all our goods. We eaU nothing but tne.taest. a . GEISE-HOOD HARDWARE Co., "The best Hardware House on Earth." Keep everything in the Hardware line. The best of Moods at the lowest orlces. We handle what you want. Oldest hqpee in the olty., BANKS. MERCHANTS PLAKTEKS, : ' ; ! v . ; . '; Pdpler Street. riTOKMI BANE,r 't f i W : " V Main end ropier Street. piRST NATIONAL BANK, I - Main and Walnut Street) THOMAS & ROSE, Attorkkys-at Law We own the onlv'ahrtr.... .. . OFFICES. Western Union Telegraph, Poplar Street, . Postal Teleeraph, Poplar Street, Cumberland Telephone, Washlngtoel Ave, Southern Hi press, Main Street. s. -American Express, Maln'Street. Post Oifioe, Main Street. OIL MILLS. Planters, near Y. and M. V K.R. 'Phone S9. Mississippi cotton Oil Co. 606 Poplar St. Telephone IS. DeSoto Oil Co- 8. B R. Telephone 13. Greenville otton Oil .and Ginning I ., Lake street and B. B. v j .-, j, ; Cotton Cofrpresses. v Pliuitore oinpress, near T. & U. V. R- H- ,T,elephone 67. Greenville i.ompress, Telephoned. LAWYERS. LER0Y PERCY, - ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW, Greenville, Mi'-s. Citizen's Bank Building. B. N. Thomas. X.I. Boss. Offleela Wilezinakl Block. J. L. Hebron, Jr., . County Attorney, PHURGH & SH ELTON, die "-.ore Raal Estate than all other real estate agents oorabined. Sea them and buy home on easy paymants. rt WAlllLli, Reai Batata and Loans. rs a w- - 4.i, - At j vu TTavua w umj en yuan mmuu, iuei unu, STONE & EVERMAN.aTffi: Slnfiufacturinir Jo Choicest land in Green - ville. LUMBERYARDS. clnnnti. Memphis and all intermediate poifits should see that these boats are well patron ized. Coptain John M Phillips and captain Dana Scott will be in charge of the steamer City of Pittsburg, and Captain E. H. Matheus and his remilar crew will be on ine new ouum. The Memphis, New Orleans and Cincinnati Packet Company has not yet decided positively net what boats it will leave In the new Or leans trade this season, but it is an asured fact that boats will be run between Cincinnati and New Orleans as usual." A Keen, Clear Brain. 'n,,r. v.oor. fAAlino-s. vour pocial posi tion np VinainPKH HUCCeSs denend largely on the perfect action of your stomach 1111(1 11 V Ul . ui: XVlug o r p-ives increased strength, a keen, clear brain, high ambition. A 25-cent box will make you feel like another being. Sold by Finlay's Drug Store. Good styles in men's Pants at THE LEADER. We are fitters of the feet and guar antee quality, style and finish. HOBINSON B LIKY UUUDS o i wnn.. the domicile of said corporation to be irl on its business at any otber point or points fn the Citv of Greenville. State of Mississippi with the right to estaniiBU orancnes ana carry Notice to Taxpayers. Ihe books erenow open for the collection of State end county taxes, anu your - called to the following sections: ntcTioN 4840, Annotated Code 1SW. All tax es lemaming unpaid on the 1Mb day of Decem ber shell immediately be collected by Ihe col lector, by distress and sale of any personal property liable therefor and such sale shall take place at the court house door, unless the nrunartv be loo cumbrous to be removed, and fire davs notice of Ihe time and place anu sale shall be given by advertissments put up in three public plai-es In the eouniy, one of which shall be at the court house door, and the collector shall be allowed to collect and retain in addition to the taxes all nocesesry expenses of removing und keeping the property dis- u . am Ani in ,mr (unt nn all taxes after the 15th day of December, and 1 for eacn poii eoiieciea. , . , , will K, Minnl ed with to the letter, end all receipts on file and not psld will he treated as otner ueunqueni.. Sheriff and Tax Collector Washington County. A Standard, Accident Sickness Policy Will pay you 125 a week while laid up with small pox, or any otber disease. A STANDAKD ACCIDENT rVulKjl will pay you 115 a week if hurt in runninfc'away from small pox, or any other injury. , t See J. H. ROBB, the Insurance Agent, and get a Policy before it is too late: that It miv select. q 'rnta mrmrtuDD is ennwu wr but, u, nose of manuiaciunng proaucw ui u kiuuh from crude cotton seed, refining oil, man ufaotnring fertilizers, soap, cattle feed, bnyini and selling seed cotton, operating an oil mill Hin oinnnrv. Anil nntton mill, for the t)UT pose of manufacturing cotton goods, and with the right to construct a railway irom in mm in the City of. Greenville to ihe Mississippi River, and operating the same by herse power, steam, or electricity, and with the right to own and operate barges and steam- DOatS in TOQUWHun tnn.niui. 3. The capital stock of said corporation shall be 160,000.00; said stock to be divided into shares of f 100 00 each. The incorporators herein named may meet at any time after the approval of this charter, at such time and place within the City of Greenville as may be agreed upon by the majority of them, and organize the corporation, and open the books of said corporation for subscription to the capital stock of -said Company, and when 110 600.00 of the capital stock of said company has been subscribed, the parties subscribing far uli stock may meet and determine how "said corporation shall be conducted; If througn a uoera m lurou,, -J,D v. directors, and the officers by whom the same shall be conducted, and shall adopt such by laws as they may see fit for the management of the corporation. Such by-laws may be altered or amended at any time by the Board of Directors, and additional by-laws may be adopted at any time by said Board of Direc tors or by such officers of said corporation as may be designated and empowered by said 4 The corporation hereby created shall exist fifty years from the date ef the approval of the charter by the Governor, and said cor poration shall have all the powers and rights necessary to carry out the purposes end ob jects for which it is oreatea, as stateo. in para- J a ill A.tii enrl ahsxll new do. ell fhe powers and rights given to corporal ons by Chapter 56 of the Annoted Code of ISM, and all the provisions of aaid chapter, so far as the same are applicable to this corporation, shall oonstitute a pert of this charter as it written in it. Memphis & Vicksburg Packet Keguiar ! -it' STE A MER DELTA. ED NOWLAND, JR Master JOE POSTAL Clerk Regular Memphis and Greenville Packet. Going down, leaves Green ville for Vicksburg every Wednesday at 5 n m. Goine up. leaves ureenvnie for MemDhis every Satuaday at 9 a m New boat; up-to-date in every, re spect. Electric lights and fans through out. Round trip Vicksburg and re turn 13.50: Memphis ana return a.uv. The boat carries a band of music during the entire season LYNE STARLING, Agent, kinds of buildings. WH IMF A I Ne" Y- M- v' De!?ot II. INL.ML, contractor and Bulltier. All kinds of Builders' material. Plans and Specifications submitted. Special rates on car-load lots. See is before plaoing your order. INSURANCE. HT IDFYC ID Fire. Life and Ac la lrl.lo, Jr., eident Insurance. 2M Main Street. JU DflRR Fire, Life end Accident In II. IWDB, suranoe. Office on Main street in Tmns Building. 1 B. HEBRON, TAoSfdenrRei-r.! seating the best companies in the U. 8. Office in New Opera House. TRADES. IER0Y PERCY, Attorney-at-Law, Cltiiens Bank Building, Greenville, Miss. THOMAS' & ROSE, Attorneys-at- Law, over .Velmii & Blum. W own the ii'iiv ADMtnart or 'title to tne lanan in vvasn- iiijilou County a. id City of Greouvllle, Alius. I M. CASiiiN, Lawyer and Not- " ary Publio. OiUno otov Citixens Bank, ureeuvmo, Midstssippi J'. H. WYNN, Attorney-at-Law,' um -e in wuczinsKi uaiiamg, uresnviue, Wissitirtippi, CHiELDS & BODDIE, Attorneys- at-Law. Weinberg Building, Oreouville pUIXY BELL, Attorneyat-Law, Phelps Building, Greenville, Miialsippi. V R. TRIGG. Attorney-at-Law; 0:fl.je over L. W". Harbi.sou's new store, awbiiigton Avenue. J. BOGEN, Attorney-at-Law. OtTlee over Harbisnu Bros. & Co., Wub iiiiftou Avonue. Vftl. GRIFFIN, Attorney-at v ' Law. OiHoe in Phelps bu'.'.dlng, Wash-h-.gton avenue. Osteopathy. DOCTORS. p p: odeneaL, m. d., Building.. Olfloe hours 11 a.m.to 1 p. m., aad 3 p. m. to S p. m. Telephone 'ill. A. 0. PAYNE, M. D'SnffifiS Washington Avenue. Telephone 96-3. j d. s.myth e, M. d. Washington Avenue. Telephone Ha. E. P. BROWN. M. D. SonWeS market, cor. poplar and Washington Avj. )R.C. JONES, POnfce Finlay's drug store. Residenoe 110 1 street. """nnn R. C. M. CURELL, Besldence 700 Main street. Phone 102; X- T. D. &funison. .HEBRUN ACINNISON, Leland, , ', Mississippi. ,f ATTORNEYS-AT-LaW. Will practins l all the eonrt. f)R. B. W. OHEEti, .IWBjUjJjlillt prwluati of tStodjrSte Collegf' of .I'll Veterinary Surgeons. tiyrffP i-S-,"d, Association. Plantation and calls from other towns Promptly Answered. . Office: A. S. Olia's Stafcles. TELEPHONE NO. 3. Greenville, . Mississippi. J. C. "Bo torn tvn U, Ti" Office over Frank-Binder's 331 Washington ave. ' CONSULTATION and -EXAMINATION FREE. J. J. ryan; -DEALER ,- US Bur-over South D1 DENTISTS. HR. JOE CHATHAM, Dentist Biidire and Crown work. Work cuaran eed. Office over Nelus A Blum, Washing on avenue. Teloph one WHOLESALE HOUSES. Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Tobaccos Old McllvanTfte Desl. CALL FOR OUR . Special Good Liquor? for Family Use and the Jug Trade. (Hanways & Kennedy's Old Stand.) WASHINGTON AVENUE. Greenville, Mississippi. f E. BLEDSOE,u5.Mi, 1 JORDAN & CO tflTT mannnr. Fnrniture reDaired. sorao- f and Commission M J . . . . , r,-. ' i ed and varnished to order. Shop on Broa way, near S. B. H. VICKSBURG & GREENVILLE r PACKET CO. Steamer Belle of the Bends leaves Vicksburg every Monday and Thursday at 8 p. m. for Oreenville. returning will leave Greenville every Tuesday and Friday at 5 p. m. Str. AnnleLaurie will leave Vicksburg every Wnnnn.rt.v and Saturday at 8 p. m. for Greenville,' returning will leave Greenville every Thursday and Sunday at 6 p. m. ' LTNE STARLING. Agent. K Pi, ATT. Pass. Act. .I.J. VOWBRS Supt. Fine Farm and Home for Sale. . The S. T. Rucks Place, situated on Deer Creek bank, right at the town of Inland, in Washington county. domains, actual meas urement, 224 acres, all in cultiva tion. Kesidenoe and plenty of cabins. For price and terms ap ply to A. D. PACE, Greenville, MissX Giving Back Dollar for Dollar. The generous sort of raj nee is what inter- eats the autumn clothing buyers here; Is what gives the splendid swing to the au tumn selling It is evident to every one that the tsilenrlg we sell Is lhe"moeey't worth" kind, the economical , satisfactory sort. If It's a plump value yon care for. If yon like stylish, modern tailoring, it's best to leave yoar order here. . Then you're certain to pay only the right prioe a feature that' a well worth youroonsideratlon. Price ran like these Puts 1 1 00, 1 1 0 to til 00 Fancy vests t 7a, 8 W to i 00 Costa.. too, t 90 to to 00 Suit It 00, It 10 to MOO OverCoats 11 00. UNlo noo Suits Cleaned, $2.50. Pants and .' vests proportionately. Satiisfao- ' tion Guaranteed or your money : back. p: w. DAVipsqN, 138 Walnutstreet, Greenvillo, Miss. A I ATPHFD Contractor. Notloe fol U I V.I I tR, lowing specialties: Tvle Setting, Grate work. Cement walks. Briok work generally. F M. HENRY, 1 Brass and sheetfron work. All kinds of Repair work a speci alty. Walnut street, near First National Bank. HA Dcnrvv General Bepalr Shop, N. DUIlr,. CaI, do all kinds of luacnme wurx. oouuuu-ukuu nivjuw.. Guns and Pistols always on hand for sale. Call and see me. Anderson & Brewer, T,S'0Bp'P7r2lrrJ " Sheet-Iron work: Smoke stacks and Breeching; Exhaust and Blow Pipes; Roofing and Guttering. Job work a Specialty. BOATING HOUSES. " CLEAT0R HOUSE, s.M ce. Bank. Day and Weekly Board. SADDLERY. CHAS. EBLBERT. dealer in an styles of Saddlery, Collars, names. Trace Chaiua, Bridles, eie. A hand some lite of Enjartoo and Phaetons in stock. OaU on me and saw money on yoar pawhese. LAUNDJUES. Waahln-jfton Avenue. Wholesale Grooera and Commission Merchants. 'Phone 291 near th6 Y. ft M. FE GOYER COMPANY, V rtnnnt Dnrin9 QtltU McMAHON GROCERY CO., 8X House. Warehouse on Broadway, near Sothern Railroad. Telephone MERCHANTS. V ALLEY STEAM LAUNDSY, ' M. Walnut Street. W can toundry oil J'our Sue linen so mash, nleer then yo, UiS it s to yam interest to have us oall for ajad re turn yoar parcel. Our work easlsflee lets et partleala people, end we are smre it will pleese yen. . F M. ROBINSON. New store 1 (.' New Goods! Kverytblng up-to-date in Dry Goods and Lady Furnishhing. Mail Or ders solicited. Give ue a eaU. IBS Washing ton Avenue. ffll RDM I up-to-date Clothier, Hatter, VVL. DRILL, and Gent's Furnisher. Sole agent for Banister's fine Shoes. Telephone iwi-a, corner ropier nu n aumngwu Are. j J P. GPEENLEY,nnh4oe.,PHT " Gent's Furnishers. KNOX HATS, and HBISBB'S SHOES. 129 Main Street. THFIFAHFD The up-to-date Ono Price I nt LCAUCIV, house of Greenville Everything new. All goods guaranteed as i represented. Headquarters for anything you want. Our 8hoe Department ieoomplete. Call at the Leader when In town. CARASO N'S Mississippi Store. ' Every Monday Bargain Day. All the latest styles andhadea In Ladies' Drees Goods. Our goods are always up-to-date at the very lowest possible prloes. U Walnut street. ' (T HAS. H AFTER, US&'?i tions, and all kinds of latest style trim goings. Walnut Htreet, ' GROCERS. TO THE PLANTERS Mifl-CcIIed' Sattafcle for Cotton Pens and Sheds, 'Per M i 'Feetat $5i WINEMANS SAWMILL. UNDERTAKERS. I W. HBAD, fOMMBB BBOS Waehiagten Avenne- Weinet Street, LIVERY STABLEST IOE S1LVCRSTE1N. Feed and Salt stablee. Mitt-oiaee Livery Sesrlee. f.REENVILLE GROCERY CO., Washington Avenue. AU kinds of fresh Greoeries. Free Delivery to all parts ef the oity. Leave orders for anything in the Grocery line. Telephone lis-. THE BAIRD-SAUTH CO., w.hnt! 1 tail Grocers of Greenrille. All food fresh. Leave your orders with then. Free delivery to any part of the city. Washington Avenue. All pure ana Dresa. lets- W H- HOOD,wot' phone us for anything In the Grooery line, when you want Freeh goods, Telephone W. B. Hood. Telephone 187. Comssiuioa KlWclutats. la. Car-toed lets eeUelted. I W.EELL.!fv " Inqnlse for prieee. Addreen vllle, Miseiaslppi. . - D P. Ransom. S!rJFgrb Grain, Hay, Peed-etutl; al-s Chlekene end Bgg. Omee: Delta wtreitfiee, nearY. andM.V.BPm. -s. BOOKSTORES. Oeons a ff OOOteSW MISCELLANEOUS. Wlte Arnold, JEWELER Inspector of Watches nitnots Central AND Georgia Pacific Railroads. Greenvillle, Mississippi. High Grade from tlt.oo up. i-Runninc, BaU- ARCHER'S BOOK STORE, ehtsr, PropHetor. m Mala fltr A f- uneof tfooEa, Btn'narf ana is Otne tSuppJLies and Me latest pm f.ILKErS COOK STO Best Htereture ef the dv. lirre-of Booka, Sfcrtmery and St' Omce euppiiesand tne iaeeespexu.... re: Poplar Wert literature ef the v. UtM PopuUr Koreia, t ine Swtiueery. liluatraMd Papers and tucaslnee. f; RAN VILLE CARTER, wV?l?Z Stationery, Beaks, end anythlnr 1 the Perlodioal line eaa Tfcs) twnd In store. D M. HAMBLIN, LIht-Ru Bearinr Be win a; Machines fr Sewlnc Machine supplies of all kinds. Office 211 Main Street. Mall Orders given prompt attention. I A. WILHELM, 1 Oate'end alllnds' Feed stntr. All Orders receive eromntat- tention. Parties having hay, corn, etc., for sale, write or come ana see us. stain nrm, esleMMMte Me. It"- CMITH Produce Comrany. fiT prstmptlv fliled. -.n frfnt, n-r Plnit IS a lionai bank. Tlf'nn io. li.fi -jt J,,w ..y -y f. , ( , ..,, i any of ne c n- f ni Atiw, riur h'MT , . delivery. 'Phone No. . i.iic v ttiv.nl .truet near Sontheni Hotel. Don't buy jour French I'larm..) wnlfite until youteethpeopi --t that will arr!t) t Robinson g in a days YfELL PLEASED The couple has just visited tbo New Dental Parlors of DB. JOE CIIAT11AII, Over Nelms& Blum's now si ore, and save each n matle liRppy with a NewKetofArtiHci.'il x'eelh. I am Dowconif-.rlftli!.r locatpj in my New rfirJors, ma lavile my trifittiU, in sn,l out of the city, to I v. J.rEi in 1 f work.