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:V ' V ' , THE TIMES: ' OREKXVIIXE, MISSISSHM'K SAIlDAY, -PKCKMBKK 1, IMP. '
s -oamM"", j" m " ctti C I - rl SGut Glass, slfOR M0CR6R Fancy China, II - A" VV7' v . i - I in I , ." j u r ? Jannnese Goods. 1 bSSSJ i Brass Fire Sets, 1 1 Uti M i rn Fancy Lamps for the Parlor Ar4 . n nn Li if UlldDLDllDAYWlFir Y T l VI S3s Dinner Sets, Wrought Iron Guns and Hunting Goods, Pocket All the above ate as beautiful and select lines as bas ever been brought to tbe city. Don't fo get we still catty a foil line of w wear and low 'price. Out Buck's, Famous and U. K.. s are tawng rne oay. Fire Knive; EEISC-H cooking and beating stoves, noted for ifc i.fliaiffliM.aisr fl'RnuwRnt piiiifiiPAf IJJI J If J J fnl WASHIN N AVENUE. m it i if ii rafllBffi Around the Town. (Continued from fith Page.) Try a Royal Reception. Christmas candies at 1'. Duskas'. Mr. Mono C.'ahn spent a few days in the city this week. Try a City Council. ToyH ot all Vinds at 1. Duskas' Gro cery Store, Walnut street. Fire-works for the boys at 1'. Duskas'. Mr. Alexander Potter is in the city j looking after the sewerage system i '. Try ii City Council. j u full line of Christmas ; which convenes at West Point on the 6th. Mr. Thomas ia a zealous chris tian and the city that secures him will get a true man of God as their pastor. Try a Koyal Reception. Fruits the choicest, and fresh Nuts of all kinds at P. Duskas', Walnut street The Blue Photo Tent on Washington avenue, near Y. & M. V. depots will be run under the maaraeement of Mr. J. ! VV. Black, instead of thojormer man j ager. Mr. G. H. Weeks. The Tent has I been refitted with new instruments, ! and tirst-class work can be had at the t lowest possible prices. Penny pictures a specialty. we nave u-i.iu . Santa Claus will and at P. Duskas a Goods, if you want to get your money s m of tWnir. So come thera worth, go to l. Duskas l.i oceiy . j load np South Wulnut street. Sarason's Mississippi Store has j , nnnfJK n Frnnk . proved to bo the field for the bargain! 7V , reaper. The bright rilver dollars have ; Binder S, 331 W aShingtOU' been. the scythe that reaps the harvest. 'aVC, '. ' ' Rin" 179 for home-maao run Cake." 25 cents. .: 'Phone 17ft. Next Sunday I!ev. J. E. Thomas will preach his last sermon in our city He Invites all to attend. ' Monday he leaves or the Methodist conference, Bankrupt Notice. In tin- District Court of Ihe United States, for ttieWwtern MvMnti f the Sonlhcrn District mf Mimlmlppl. In llsnkrnptei. In ttcmatter of) . . , , ff. K Hunt JlnBinkrnplcy.- " iSJUweS'toniol W K. Hnnt. of Greenville, in the countvor Waalungton. and district Soliio it horby itiven thiit on th 21l diiv or November. A. IUWI. the "l W K Hn.,t .ltnrii.tt.d u biinkniui; nd that tho flrirt meeting ol hi eiwlliora will lie hela at the j j I the Vnh du-of nombor. A. D. JiXKWat Ii:.l0 , o'clock, In the tillurnoon. oi wni urn. ,m . " rj '. ,...v attend, move tlieirc'.ulrr.. amiolnt a tnmw. examine the binltrnpt, anil i truiuia"! nch other hnle u may properly ' come ucror .ai'l meeilns. . - RAferee in llankTnpicv H. B. The acheduloa in the aboveniatter ahow Maaeta amounting to nothing; liabilities amounting to t78,239.7. Bankrupt Xotlce. In Hie nMlrlct O.urtor the United Statu, for the Wextern Diiielon of the Boathrra. District of Mississippi, tn Bankruptcy. u me mailer MarlaHa.it. M Bankrnptcy. Bankrupt, l ' . To the creditors of Ma. is Hunt, of OreenTll e. In the county of Washington, and district amrcsaid. a bankrupt: x,,ii,,ft it hereby givn tnat on the 211 day of Ni:.v,.iHlwr A D. ICfcJO. the suid Marin riant linly BrtiiKilcsted a bankru .t; and thnt'trie -I t-ipi'tiiiK of her creditors will be held at . r..!..;- or lion, i II. Wynn, In UreenTille. i.i f a 1 in iav or December, A. D WOO. at i- o't.l,l which time theaald creditors ' wr!v aieml, prore -ttwlr clime appoint a tf-i jpc, vmrvnty ths bafikrapt, tind trananct snch other bitines as may properly come bc Jora said meeilnj:. Vickaburg, Mian., or, Wth, ln. at I- Mora-oaa, Ueferee la Uanktoptcy. Tortured ix Witness. Intense suffering was endured by witness T. L. Martin, of Dixie, Ky., before he gave his evidence: ''I coughed every night until my throat was nearly raw; then tried Dr. King's New Discovery, which gave Instant re lief. I have used it in my family for four years and recommended it as the greatest remedy for coughs, colds and all throat, chest and lung troubles. It will stop the worst coughs, and not on ly prevents, but absolutely cures con- I sumption." Price, 50c and 81.00. Ev- ery bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles free at Finlay's Drug Store. t For the Best For the Best JO Cent Cigar 5 Cent Cigar buv .--but-ROYAL CITY RECEPTION COUNCIL Sold by the following firms in the city of Greenville, Miss: : : Arlington Ho- Neil Connolly tel, Saloon, ! D. P. Shanna- James Jordan, j' han's Saloon, H. Schwab, i D. Corrcro, S. Congelosie, j A. Cunsriusto,. P. L. Jones, t B. Bner, L. Carter, , Phil Williams, Geo. Moses, f ; C.Scott, Jordan Wynn Dong Lee & Co Mercantile Co Yee Sing, Ye Lun Chang, Jake - Lee & Joe Hop, ' Brother, k Moy Le Sing. I. W. HARPER. . . FPOFttOon. . H'-H VAII FY ... HI- 1 ti POOW H . . on mmuii'M Mi.MH'i K . . FAIL JON 8 . . . j.-; fir M s i y i t r J JAMES JORDAN, Wholesale Dtltr in KEG AND BOTTLED BEER. cftwnts For ;t . ...Clfrtanooga. Erewteg Com-- We carrv the finest and and largest line of Christ mas goods, at the lowest prices; carefully selected tor a gift, which ihe receiver will appreciate. Frank Binder, 331 Washington are. "Buck's" Famous is the ideal of the kitchen. A scolding wife becomes an angel when one is put in the kitchen. Try one of Hater's 10c collars, all shapes and styles. Haftek's Golden Eagle. A stove with a record is the Charter Oak. They are not only good cookers, but ever-lasting. Judge Trigg, of this city, has had one in actual use for the last twenty years and is still cook ing on it. Puttiog money in a stove like this is like putting it in a saving bank. The Mississippi hardware Store sells the Charter Oak. You want your boy to wait and get one of those up-to-date boy 's suits at The Leader. tf Butterflies In Aretle Regions. Frozen butterflies are frequently found by mountain climbers lying lifeless on the snow, and so brittle that they break unless they are very carefully handled. Such frozen butter flies, on being taken to a warmer cli mate, recover themselves and fly away. Six species of butter-flues have been found within a few hundred mile of the north pole. OUR HOLIDAY LINE BETTER THAN EVER We would respectfully announce that our line of Toys.Fancy Goods, Leather Goods, Late Books, Pict ures, Frames, Etc., will be com- Kleted and ready for inspection on eccmber 8th. Until then we are ready to'serve you in our regular line. We are making a specialty of Reasonable prices and Standard goods. ,.' GILKEY'S BOOKSTORE Owing to scarcity, Dia monds havb advanced over 50 per cent. in. the last two yearsx.and it is predicted thai same will double in val ue. Caving bought largely in advance, 1 can give my customers the Dinent of the oca price, as long as the stock lasts. There is hothina oeuer to put your money in. Ortaa to show you my slock Frank Binder 331 M&shington-ave. Forty Years From Now. items Gathered From the Future by "Dixie." Guy Hilzim, Jr., has opened a hand some" gent's furnishing house in Fish Lake; the pretty suburb of Greenville. The senior Hilzim has been confined to his room for several months with gout, due to high living in his younger days. As he has passed the three score and ten mark, his many friends fear he will hardly get through the winter. Mr. Julian Fort, one of the most prominent merchants and mayor of the beautiful town of Duulieth. was with his many friends in Greenville yester day. His son, Mr. Julian H. Fort, Jr., will take charge of the commission house at Dunlieth at the beginning of the, year, Mr, Fort, Sr., retiring on account of hie age. ,. The Greenville Jockey club meeting was a great mccess. All the cele brated horses in the country were in attendance, and Tod Sloan, the once famous jockey, was here with a stable of ten horses. He was fortunate enough to win the Hunt stake, -named in honor of tho president of Green ville's lirst race track, Captain W. E. Hunt. The special attraction was tho Gentleman's cup, and was won by young Wilson, grandson of Mr. Sam Wilson, who was at one . time a popu lar cotton buyer in Greenville. The semi-eontennial celebration of the Ely'sian club was held last Wednes day night at their- handsome new club house. ' The festivities were also in celebration of their removal to- the new quarters on Sunflower avenue. This palatial place has just been com pleted, and is a. credit to our city. It stands in one of the beautiful parks, on ono of the most aristocratic of our aveuues: and is built entirely of white marble and terra cotta. The new offi cers were elected last night. They were Mr. Shields Hood, Jr., president, and Mr. George Crittenden, Jr., secre tary. - - The O'Hay Street theatre, the larg est in tho South, which has just been completed at the immense cost of $105, i 000, will open tomorrow night with it i inagnillcent production of ''King Rich ' iird the Third." The great tragedian, ' Mr. liiibert Fort, will nlav tliH ti Hn role. Mr. Fort is an okl Greenvillo boy, and it was with great difficulty that he was induced to cancel an en gagement in New Orleans to open the new theatre here, The Procenium box on the right will be reserved for Mr. Dorse Richards and his family. This gentleman was at ono time asso ciated with Mr. Fort at the Mississippi oil mill. Admiral Thomas J. Senn (retired), Mrs. Scnn and Captain Elliot M. Senn, of the battle ship Mississippi, have returned to Greenville, after an absence of some years, to renew old acquaintances They came down on their private car from Washington, where Admiral sind Mrs. Senn are now living.' They will con tinue their trip on to Florida in a few days. Mr. Marion Lohgino, U. S. Senator from Mississippi, made a speech before a large crowd at the Grand last night lie was in troduced by our leading attorney, Percy Hell, Jr. . Mr. Dunbar Archer, formerly of Greenville is here on a visit to his relatives. He iB ac- ! land, daughter of ex-President Grover Clcve- Grcenville has a famous guest in the per son of Mr Wade Negus. Mr. Negus was at one time a Greenville boy, and has been for years the leading basso of the world. He has given up the operatic work on account of ill health and his age, which is past the three score and ten mark, and is touring the South m his private car, visiting old friends. The charter members of the Elysian Club enter tained him at dinner last Monday night. Bernard Scott, the youngest son of Mr. Louey Scott, won the first prite at Yale Col lege yesterday for the high jump. Bernard is a handsome fellow and a great society favorite. Lowry jaync hB9 jUBt returned ,rm Wash.' ington, D. C., where he won an important suit before the United States supreme court. Ajnongthe old land-marks of Greenville will be seen Dan Agnes, who has been the trusted servitor of the pitizens Bank since 1897. TMi.rTg-mnt '.M'- Wil80n Kretchmar to Miss Mane Rockefeller, granddaughter nr the late John D. Kockcfell'e?, the muiti-mil lionaire, has been announced, the wedding to take place in March. mumis io Jj,?nPta? rilIianl Quinn' the ex-chlef of Estimates Furnished. Satisfaction I Ml It is the most Economical Heating Stove on the Mark it ;. k. v- u 9 of all Wood er. because It burns Knot. Ch& SI Heatln'sf' Stoves. ' S. 'k -T ... 327 whUo HJ. A LEKAi CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Uptown Office 33. Poplar St. Yards near EailroadG Everything you need in the Lumber line will be iW yard and at prices that competitors can not down. ' for what you want Greenville, Mis. T. ISENBERG LIQUOR C GREENVILLE, BUSS. A Warm-Wcathcri Is made appetizing and glass of our superior tabic Claret, Saute: Burgundy or Rhine to add -piquancy to its reilsh. to digestion, cooling ani day's worry and work. Qurstt grade, of superior flavor and W; the prices are low enougi to man of small income to enjoy .; -i- COPVH'OMT Tho If innr f a i k m i ii iiiu mugs , j Heating I M I Stoves. . ft J ill. 1 . uiiyuijuui Foundry riachihe Wc. 220 to 224 Central Avenue, Greenville, Miss Pay Special Attention to Repairing tiai rompmess is the Main Requisite for wis IMS ?h.!ff SPS" hand Engines, Boilers, Pnmv, T omMjot. FuUey. CoupliDggGrt. Ba, Boiler i kinds of Iron and Brass tastings. , Estimates Made TVeo of ' j Works OppoktsQ. F. Ve ,QremHll X.