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I I I ; i I . loves. ' ! . !U mi H Ih r ll.i- .'l t." iv 1 , ;, Ill U.o KxiM.-i-limi t f '., mill ii ImiIii1'Iv mi-iiin!i-.i !,v Mi glove n earili It is ii lt-l iW ii i luKlk-iiy niul fa'tiifoH f it. Kir V V .a rv n full :' fi Wkiiii'H rut i tiilr-ii,uii.llii eti'iy Hir, If IHK il. H, iKo llllllW. Lai! gloves (it'lllf' (V-H er fair. ':' 1 .00 to 2.25 1.00.2.50 fcfc and Caps. IIhvi Mtn llnii fancy liail rtl i otlll Ilia St-tt- CA Sh)roCii(. at auc Tim! Xivy Blu Cloth with CA protilauil i-i!v'rlMiii!iaiiii tuition No ii." to n.l.l earn if you wear our Plush niul O'ldnroy IJiintinj: Cf Cups at . Comforts z& and blankets. tnf liifjrc lot of cotton hlK-d, folid lining, fancy covered, $2 30 f AtZ vuliH) i'lHiiforlH. on sale lh:s wk One lot Silkaline, cotUui-hlleri, (3.50 vuliio Comfort, on sale tin y AtZ week at X-.J One lot of Persian Mvle, carded Ion-til led Comforts, a real O ACL 4 50 vklue, at 8N'cittl viiluesinlttreesize f f C cotton ltlni'kvl', r pair .... Ak to net' that larjro anil beautiful a-Koi'tmont of all-wool Blanket, ran?- "aeSotooOpE Shoes Sre Holiinson's swell Walk- O C A inir Shoe for Ladies, Per pair. M GOAT SUITS. Fifty Styles of men' fine tailored Coat Suits in Venetian Kersey and Broad Cloths, Chevicts and Serges to be sold Mon-oo O per day and one week at reduction of cent Greenville s Great est LINEN Stock. One thousand yards of Bleached Satin Damask to be sold at prices hot- Pli6SiCal Taiue in B.eached 49. Damask, two yards wide, at.. ..Vv Special Value in Bleached n O Satin Damask, two yards wide, at ' v Ask to see the I ftftn 2 25?!T finer lines at fiom I.UW03yd Shirts. The Lion Brand still has the lend. The bands and bosoms will not stretch out of shape when laundered. The colors are absolutely fast. Tho fit is perfect and comfortable and the price is just the same as others of an in. ferior trade J QQ J ,50 each fit . t Undi This department ha bw.n v this week, as the trade ha good values, and taken the opportunity to suppi ' " for. the winter. One thousand suits of it . Lined Underwear per j5 !",; "J Ladies' Ribbed Under! good heavy weights, p,, ltlj Ladies' Gray and VMnll.n rwhln .."We t"'"u vuuiusii VOUon per suit ' J Ladiea' Union Suits,' 1. all shades, per suit ....,?, J Ladies' All-Wool, Fu! Union Suits, in all colors. tJL suit.. .. .". i v7he?r1?ate8tTTva.lue''iea1!!l m Misses' Gray Union Suits at ECHOES JROU E STATE PRESS. , The awessuicnt of our Btate shows ao Increase over last year of 126,000, 000. This increase cornea mainly from . South MiueUwlpvl. ' The result of a vote for a state flower tn the schools of Vaaoo City stood: Mag nolia, 305 ; cape jasmine, 30 ; cotton - bloom, 27, and aeTeral scattering. Muwissippi at present baa nine cot ton mills, five In bourse of construction and fonr moro proposed. There in room for more, , and no better pla:e , " aW.bfi founf(jfoue- than Greenville. 'The Leader, of 'Brookhaven, say that the physicians deny, that yellow fever has been at that place, and that the Conference will be bold there on time, and that Brookhaven will move on as usual. ' It matters not what the price of cot- - ton is, or the parity between gold and silver, or who la president of the United States, there ts one thing sure, those who work will always have a living Fayette Chronicle. The publle roads of Yazoo county are ! to be worked by oontraot, each beat to ..ked separately. The bourd of llorvisors, at ar-inseting in Decem ber, will receive bids for - four year from January 1, 1901. The new Baptist churoh at Utica, Miss., was destroyed by fire a few days ago. It bad just -been completed at a cost of W.500, insured for $2,000. A protracted meeting was in progress and the fire originated in the celling from the furnace. ' An ancient wall has been discovered in Copiah county. The citizens are getting up a subscription for the pur pose of making an exploration of this wonderful find. ' Governor Longlno beaded the list with 1100. Fayette Chronicle. i . , , d. ' The Delta is a great country, truly, says the Grer adian, and the Grena dian is. right. The possibilities of the Delta are beginning to be realized and In. a few years this will be the richest section of the state.-Tunica Record. The Iron safe lo ! the L. 4 N. .depot at Past Christian waa blown open by cracksiima Monday night and $240 stolen therefrom. Several arrests htve been made but sufficient evidence is lacking to convict any of the sus pects. Bay St. loaia Progress, Sill t. 1. ihr.ii.rhi, that verv, liberal ap propriations will be made for the im provement of the rivers and harbors ' of tbe South. The needs of this sec tion are deserving of some attention. It has played the role of a stepchild long enough 'Tunica Record.'" ..The Hamburg tSazette is seriously ' opposed to Franklin county establish ing a county farm. Perhaps our con- . temporary fa right but we have always believed a county farm, owned and peratcd similar to state farms, would be a paying Inrestoent.-'Exohange. - For the information of .some people . whodonot know, we wiUstate that the law of Mississippi not only requires a . coroner's inquest when it is not known kow a person ame to his death. In Louisiana aU casualty deaths call for an inquest. MeComb City Progress. This office has received a copy of the Holmes County Progress, a new paper published at Lexington, this state. It is a six-column quarto, with a consider able amount of advertising and quite a lot of local matter, which shows that it is patinized and means to please. We wish ItWsceShjy, 5 TlieTimik -DenrfxJrat says that Mis sissippi has reason to f U aaUsfled with it census urC:"' Mch prove ' u t the wealth of r i ? and fertile v:l of the state s' "tx irtti ag to be HMiterstnod. arwf fists d and utlUzed icy the peopleX,f otUer states as well as "t,J'if,J;rpl" thesnselvea. ' f' .,..m,r. TMutno has appointed C.il. J. O. Banks, of is city, a member of the commission, authorized by aa si-t of the last legislature, wnose auty it. ahull be to ascertain a-fid determine thA positions occupied b the Missis sippi troops in tbe inenomle. selgeof Vicksburg. Tbe lofi Watwre provided tbat only those who served w fih honor in that forty-nine dpy h :-f:"o stiould be named. Col. Banks served as captain and later as lieutenant colonel of the Forty-Third Mississippi regiment, and his appointment is a well merited one. Columbus Commercial. The chrysanthemum is a native of Japan, but its beauty was not appre ciated until after it found a home in the United States. Now it is consid ered almost the national flower of the tight little kingdom. Only. Another exemplification of. the-world-wide in fluence of this-gtarious republic. The 146 saloons iu Mississippi have paid into the state treasury $131,110 for privilege taxes this year. President MeKlnleyK it Is said, is strongly opposed to any movement looking to a reduction of the congress ional representation of the Southern States bocause of tho disfranchisement of the negroes. In tho near future there will be a modern sanitarium in Vicksburg. Tbe promoters are Drs. D. P. Street and IT. H. Haralson. It will open about January 1st, next, and will be con' ducted so that any physician may carry his patients there and treat them him self Mr. Jno. V. Smith, of Jessamine, was in our office Friday. Mr. Smith says a few years ago he was in debt. He adopted the planof raising his liv ing at home and making cotton a sur plus crop. Now he is out of debt, hns five bales ri ,p"H"E urwoiu, plenty of r..cak and lots of corn to do him, and some for sale. This is what we call good farming. Fayette Chronicle. A newspaper whose columns overflow with advertisements of business men has more influence in attracting at tention to building up a town than any other agency that can be employ ed. - People go where there is busi ness. Capital and labor go where there is an enterprising community. No power on earth is so strong to build up a town as a newspaper well patron ized, and its power should be appre ciated. Brandon News. . , The Cotton Seed Demand. The newly invented process for the manufacture of paper from cotton seed hulls will not only result in a big ad vance in the price of cotton seed to the farmer and a heavy advance in the price of hulls to the oil mills, but will save vast areas of forest now being con sumed to supply wood pulp to the pa per mills. Aberdeen Examiner. ';' Bonds Are Illegal. Judge W. It. Harper, city attorney of Jackson, has rendered an opinion that the $25,000 issue of bonds made by the council, for the purpose of building a uniform system of pavements in the city is illegal. The city proposed to use the $26,000 in building the pave ments for the property-owners, and the property owners to pay the amounts back in ten yearly installments. Judge Harper holds that the city cannot en gage in the money loaning business. "The near approach of the Holidays has sent the price of chickens and eggs skyward in this city. Eggs bring 25 cents per dozen, and chickens in pro portion, and these prices promise to go higher as Christmas gets nearer. This seems to be the order of things, and il lustrates the law of supply and demand. Even by working over time the hens cannot supply the Holiday demand." The above from the Holmes County Progress' jackson bureau intimates that the poultry business is not over done, and that such can be profitably carried on. In fact Greenville mar kets have been about that figure the entire Vftar. W Paper Short. Owing to the delay 01 a flew urieans paper house, we print a portion of the Enterprise this week on colored paper. Oar order was put in to have been shipped over a week ago and the pa per has not arrived yet. This house has been quarrelling with us for plac ing our orderi in Chicago. Wo nre'er to patronize ..usuies, but home industries ought to be prompt. This is extremely provoking, after a delay of twenty-four hours we are compelled to print on colored paper. McComb City Enterprise. The Times had an order placed with tbe same house, and was compelled to telegraph for paper from another house, to be shipped by express, thereby in curring a greatly increased outlay, as well as being greatly inconvenienced otherwise. . "Buck's" Famous is the ideal of the kitchen. A scolding wife becomes an angel when one is put in the kitchen. Owing to scarcity, 'Dia monds have advanced over 50 per cent, in the last two years, ana it is preaictea that same will double in val ue. Having bought largely in advance, I can give my customers the benefit of the old price, as long as the slock lasts. There is nothing belter to put your money in. Glad to show you my slock, Frank Binder. 331 Washinglon-ave, Telephone 161 Your Order For FRESH OYSTERS, FISH, Etc., io -tm Pa Muffeletto, 631 Washington Ave. Only choicest kept. We sure prompt delivery. in- CODSIOiipifOH ANYTHING YOU WANT -IN THE Stationery, Book, or Periodical Line I CAN BE HAD AT CARTER'S BOOK STORE WASHINGTON AVE., GREENVILLE, - MISSISSIPPI. J. B. HEBRON GEN ERAy INfiU KiNOE AGENT. NewOnsra Houw, - Gresnvllle, Miss. A HUGE JOKE is always relished, just as our exquisite sauces, chutnies, chow chows, pickles ard radishes of all kinds that we keep will make you relish your cold meats or soups when your appetite falls you. Our fine olive oil, olives, anchovies in oil or vinegar, sardelles, sardines or any other choioe morsels in our high grade stock of canned goods are appe tizers that will what the palate. BAIRD-SMITH GROCERY CO. Santa Claus will find at P. Duskas' 1 and load np. full line of everything. So come there np. South Walnut street. Opera glasses in gold, sil ver and Morocco, at Frank 'Binder's, 33 f Washington-ave. is destruction of lung bv a growing germ.-f'recisely as mouldy cheese is destruction of cheese by a growing germ. If you kill the germ, you stop the consumption. You can or can't, according to when you begin. Take Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil: take a little at first. It acts as a food ; it is the easiest food. Seems not to be food ; makes you hungry ; eating ,is .. comfortable. You grow strona;- Tlie genuine has , . thi picture mi it, er. lakeiTiore; take no other. not too much ; enough is as much as you like and agrees with you. Satisfy hungei with usual food ; whatever you like and agrees with you. When you are. strong again, have recovered your strength the germs are dead; you have killed them. If you have not tried it, send for free sample, its agreeable taste will surprise you. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, 409 Pearl St., New York. 50c. and $1.00; all druggists. Will mm MUM STARLING, COAL & WOOD Office and Yard, Y. &. M.. Y. Railroad and Alexander Street. Telephone 301, THE CITY GROCERY, PETER VUSKAS, Proprietor. DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gmc xbzt rrats, Ugast Tobacco, Etc. You will find all Goods Fresh, Quality the Best, Prices iite Lowest 'Phone 179, . Free Dettvery, AH Goods Guaranteed. I42 WALNUT SREET, : : GREENVILLE, MISS. Srooiillo Oroe cnlo. nf- mil id riiiia OROcciiiK, 233 Washington Arenoe, GREENVILLE, - - - - MISSISSIPPI lmi inTnliop Yarn isWeiwl UUl MLiUUl 1U1U Unilrlinrr II n M LIU enal allKiiisor JJlilllil Commenced Business in 1881. J. J. HAPTY, . ., . . . ( .,$114 Reliable) A. Contmotoi' and Builder and, dealer in Sash, Doors, Blinds and Building material of all kinds; also Builders' Hardware,, Iron and YVood V. Mantles, Lime, Cement, Hair, Paints Oils, Varnishes. . JEffl'.M''aEJM Hwt 'WBL ClM - ' C3c and Yard 215 Dads Street Greenville, Miss. We are Nov He e, s-" to Conway Bfothets Horse and of Kansas City, Moi, and located in the PALACE - TAr No. 214 and 216 Main st, Greenville, Miss., where f will keep on hand for Planters and Merchants Saddle and Driving HORSESssmLiUL' PRICES AS LOW AS IN ANY 1 CONWAY BROS. J. w. Snow SFURNITUR D Reliable Goods Reliable Prices Housefurnishings, Cod ng Stoves, Heat is Stoves, Etc, , u ! W. W. WILSON & CO. 200 and 202 Washington AvenueHj Exclusive Agenta in Green- I Cj.w.. Warr ville lor the Old Reliable I jvl IYWUu.k EFURNITUR JOHN A. CANKO: Real Estate, Loans, Insurer If you want any kind of town lou, I have Ik. ' The prloa wd U uityou. i If you want a plantation of any siia in the Delta, I ban it 8s proved or untnproved. Terms and payment to suit you. If you "want to borrow money, I hare it. Terms and tlmi to r rates of Interest. If yon want insurance, I have it the rery best. You have rente to collect? . I can oollect them and will molt th promptly. . I am satisfied that It will be to your interest to ses me before ?or any of these things which I have to sell. I'll treat you right and n Come see me and lets have a talk. It may be mutually profit 211 MAIN ST. : Tel. i 59-4 GREENVILLE;' JORDAN & GO Wholesale Grocers . and Commission Merchants. Agents fo Afmotf & Co.'s Psr' House Products. run omrs solicited. ; :-.vijniiiiiB'rj OPPICS AND WARBHOUSB, WAaHItfOTOX AVBfUSr Near Y. and M. V. Freight Depot. , Greenville, Telephone 291. Miss!::'; H. P. HAWKINS. O. B. CHUTTEIIDBN. LERy P mm, (mill id n TT3 - , 231 ii1 Liberal advsi&cczicixts m& On GREENVILLE, s , t : MISS J. HENRY CS1APF , ne lightning Collector ?J ed E& Sur8 n X" Rent. Prompt and ttt"& I ""KTwiea to me wiU reoeive Ileady and Api Ilections quickly made. The best of r ? ) BB8IDHK0B t MS TiobH. eorn OmtnX AT- OFFICE, 231 Main Street. - . Oreenvi: X