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O ff If 1( rTV T'W 7'TT TT" IT ) 1 'T ".- I t "li; xi'li t ' : : "t , :. a ,i I XXXIII. NO. 30 - GREENVILLE, MISS., SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1901. PRICE F'VF o ONDENSED NEWS & I Oi. i met :. J- staTet Urorrfesff I ylrea has been reappointed 1 J irpuu eurt uiawiea. F : apublican committee t y at Jackson. ernor will have the Scraoton hlng Investigated . " g. Col Ignre that 141,000 per- oil tax eeusqueats. v of Howard Rogers a 'flre- e I. C, who tost his life by im bis online wa found noat- Big riatchiu nver;'- y inglno and staff teflffAr Wash attend tna- inauguration, , AT LARGE ST srrertaU dead t ' arresting all vagranta. bill pitted tha'swataA 1 ?re that Botha bat ttrreaderedAJ agar brother will b pardoaed. iunty, Tana., get a third state ami' legislative approeTiatloBs exceed tidential inauguration take! place ay. . " '" -a and Wilson pavai'beea placed en i Hat P - and Union City, Tenn., will each negie library., j i t Mckinley will not attend Memphis ,te reunion Ferrall waa electrocuted (or murder 3 Messenger Lane in Ohio, oaler in Chicago bought some rags $ that had (3,870 among them, ; bonk checks, express receipts, tele l tephone messages will be repealed t raised in Kentuoky by Gov. Beck' irdoit of boy Oharged eeurt with m m m avc in the Arctic Region! ' i Rr.tlns Plae of l'or- t ' ate Amerloari Seaveber : ' far the North Pole. 'ig in the Century of bis search ree, the arcUc explorer, Jonas i ? describes the burial-place of i' riean searcher for the pole: ' he picturesquely situated Tun lage Of Kumach-fiurt I met the '.ndrostoff, who saved the lives emann and Noroe, of the Jean -ledition in 1881'., My readers tiember that- the lamented ) Long, on his march With his the Lena delta, on October 9, lered Kindetnann and Noros to forced march to the southward ach-6urt,' for relief. After au- w endurance of cold and hun f eame, on October 19, to two uts at the little river Bulkur, 1 miles south of the place whete ft De Long and his men, and it 4$ miles north of Kumaeh-Surt . were now extremely exhausted . ', and would no doubt have per- .f the Yakut Androssoff had not ed to oome to the place on Oc- i- t and taken then to a natfivt rossoff said he did not remem at he was frightened and fell knees, as has been related. -I toniehed,' he said, 'to see the my hut, but I had no fear what fhey stretched out their hands, ,ave them mine.' He spoke also natives' failure to understand os of the men, tor if the natives onee hurried away to the res pt. De Long and some of those Tinned might have been saved. soff wore on his breast the sil- dnl which he received from the States government September 18 a dense fog set ter the desolate region.. and we reat dlfltctilty In finding our hrouph the maze of canals and to Monument Cap, where we J in the afternoon. The fog had tied a little, and we could see d distance of six miles the large a cross on top of the mountain, sg the spot where Capt. De Long s comrades were buried. I hast to the summit to take a photo be fore the fog should set in From the top of the mountain and Boren BjelkoU where Capt. ng and his companions died, is 1 at a distance of about 12 miles, illtftdft waa broken only by the g wind chasing the arctic fog. on u men t raised over the graves ut 20 feet high, with cross-arms -Hoar." - . White Shirt Walata. -vogue for white shirt waists for made gowns has already beea nted upon. These waists are ily of white silk, but Of white materials. White flannel waists narrow embroidery in . white, ated with clusters of vertical are very attractive; other white ere trimmed with bands . of Bilk. - White flannels strapped itched arc also good style. The ng is usually in white, but some hie while flannel waisis are d with black and trimmed, with aok buttons. The touch of gold a waiste, as upon everything else, oil Free Pr v ' Baked Winter Saaaah. open the aquash and remove the Slice Jnto pieces without par nt into a moderate oven, oa the ate, or in a baking pan, and bake an hour. When done, peel and like potatoes, or serve hot on a be eaten with butter like-rweet Squash keeps Its sweetness better cooked in this way, and bbard squash cooked as above la good as sweet potatoes, and U hard on a weak stomach. La Vorid. New York. . . IN COURSE IRre on Valiant POFFOFlTriniVli Street Tuesday. Foundation Bein'daidl for the New Cowan Ifoteir Conlrattor Sip WSr ;Wiir be . Pushel Rabid(y. p4 " Thff Layinir otnhllTrst "Bricfe in the Founrtationjwaa tyonq by - MrH.' Rk)ns, an EnthifaiMtio Prom(iter. t The new Cowan hoWlli now In courso of erection. The foundation is being laie) as fast an posntble aV CctMtctpr Terrell aud his son say the work will be trashed soeajmprMtrm-ar-vmptdty- as clrcumstanoes will allow, . The pro moters of the bew hotel should have th tfb-operjtitjn pf.f yary cttizjen, tha city i kgi tiln'if turt U bv4ryjnraner poaslbl to fcalie' iirWbolet ft stfoueas af ter reqtlon.:,ri On last Tuesday, February 28th, few of the promoters of hotel Cowan met to informally lay the first brick in the foundation of this new structure a building that wpl tye admired by our citizens and will meet the wants of the traveling public , ; n , .Mr. N. P. Hawkins, laid the first brick and waa followed by Messrs Geo. Wheatly, J,E. Itpguk Jamee l Robert son and Henry1 T.;Ir4yH'. ' It is with satisfaction that The Times announces the commencement, -of the hotel and we hope that work on it ' will be continuous rnto its completion. The Mississippi Store. ; ' Mr. Ben Samson, proprietor of the Mississippi: Store, leaves for market next week to select his spring goods. Mr. Sarason is a'close buyer and assures his customers on bis return he will have a store full of spring bargains. The Grand Opera j House s Attractions. Several First-Class Shows of the Past Few Nights and the ' Near Future. ' Home of Conductor McLain De stroyed, hut Most of House hold Goods Saved.. ,. -Tho beautiful home of Mr. Walter MoClaln, the popular railroad con ductor on 'the Southern railroad, on Vallfant street, was almost destroyed by fire last Tuesday morning. ' Mr. and Mrs. MoClaln were away from home visiting relatives and friends in Water Valley,' Miss., and arrived Wed nesday night. ' The Are started as" has beea a dozen others lately, In the roof from adefeotlve flue, and 'before the fire company could arrive on the scene the whole top was in a blaze. . Every one presoht responded to the call and before the fire could get betow most of the furniture and household goods were carried oubj but with much dam age. , , ..The Insurance carried by Mr. Mo Claln oa property and furniture amounted to I2,o5o, represented by Geo. Wheatly and H. T. Ireys Jr. ' Mr. and Mrs. McClain requested The Times to kindly express to those who helped them to save their house and contents, their heartfelt thanks. For the present the family will occupy the Foster house which Mr, McClaip rented Thursday, Smallpox Situation Somewhat Improved. CUBAN LAND AND SOME L ts of Pythias ' i L OF ITS PRODUCTIONS Finance Committce- Sugar Cane Tobacco, Potatoes and All fttadV of Vegetables Easily Raised. v lliiHllinsf lor Money to Defray Expennes of Reunion in Z This City goon. , ; The finance commute of the Knights of Phythiiva reunion, which will be INEGRES IN TRPU' Two Colored Cane Needs to be Planted but Once In Seven Years Tobacco Finds ield in this oity in May, win eaii on au a Ready Market and Make Three Crops a Year Hogs Can be Raised Without Corn. . - PnKo 'f "When we w ..a" presented . at the opera house Thursday night to oue of the largest audiences that has filled the theatre this year richly deserved the patronage it received. One cause that helped to draw the large house was the splendid comments given the performance by the press of the differ ent cities where the troupe showed and we can truthfully aay their per formance did not fall short of any com pliment received On its rendition but if anything merited more. ' "CBKSTON CLARK." The appearance Tuesday night at the opera house of Creston Clark and Miss Adelaide Prlnoe, promises .to bring out one of the largest and finest audiences of the season, and their pre sentation of "The Bells" will add much to their already great popularity in this city. It has been long since so fascinating a play has been seen In Greenville and as it is known to be one of Mr. Clark's most brilliant perfor mances, there is small wonder that its presentation has aroused interest to such an unusual degree. Miss Prince will be seen in the character of "An nette," a part in which her beauty and fine talent are consplciously displayed, while the presentation will be made with that attention to detail that marks all Mr. Clarke's efforts, alj scenery and effects being carried by the' company, insuring a beautiful production. THE FAST MAIL. In speaklug of "The Fast Mail" the Commercial Tribune of Cincinnatti on August 20th says: "If wild applause and two large audiences furnish any gauge as to the popularity of a play, The' Fast Mall' which opened at the Lyceum yesterday afternoon Is still" as potent with the masses as ever In spite the torridlty of the weather two of the largestaudiences ever assembled at the Lyceum enjoyed the thrilling scenes and climaxes of Mr. Carter's mesterplece, 'The Fast .Mail.' The advance notices promised a better pro duction of the 'Mall than had pre viously been given in this otty and we can truthfully state that these promls- were ' more than fulfilled. The scenery is new, more beautiful than we have ever seen in this play In its pre vious visits to this city, particularly the 'NIagra Falls' as was presented last night at- the Ljoeura waa un doubtedly the most beautiful scenic achievement that has ever- been seen on that stage. The freight train with its Mogul engine puffing and panting was as real as of yore, the fight of the Fast Mall' seems to have kept pace with the increased speed of the .rail roads throughout the country. The cast was decldddly better than any that have previously presented The Fast Mail' in Cincinnati We predict that 'The Fast Mall' will b the larg est drawing eard the Lyeeum has had tiiis season." At Grand .Opera House Mendav, March 4. Prtoee, Boo, 75c and II. Five Cases Found Mondav in a Shanty Bout on the River. ' The Latest Report. ' Tho small pox situaiion has Improved some this week--wlth the exception of the five oases found Monday in the shanty boat on the river thore has been nothing startling. ' : - Our reporter called on Dr. Odeneal Friday for tho small pox situation and received the following information: During February there have .been 78 houses fumigated and with the help of the four medical students 2700- persons vaccinated. In answer as to the cause of the Iarga mortality be said, "that eases are seldom reperted to him until in the worst stages and 20 per cent of deaths occur within 48 hours after re moval to the pest house." " ; , Below Is the report of disease to Fri day night: , . Number of oases carried over from pest house for January, 38. New cases to March first ' 0 Total 128. ' ' ' - ' Number of deaths from disease, 29. Number cases now in. pest house, 44. Number of discharges, 56. Baird-Smith Co. Again on Top. New Officers Elected' and New Energy Infused in the . V Old Company. - v The stockholders of th4 Baivd- Srnith Company held their annual meetintr Thursday eveninsr and elected their director? for the en suing year. We are pleased to ream that this reliaMe and very popular firm ' has eic-ceeded in overcoming tbcir recent embar rassment, and under its new man agement we hope it will continue as one of our leading firms. The followinffofficors were elect ed for the ensuing ear: John R. Baird. president; Charles 11. Star ling, vice-president; J. D. 8mith, secretary and - manager; A. Jo. Smith end George K. Smith, Jr., directors. ' ' " We understand that the com pany proposes continuing a whole sale and retail grocery business on a strict cash basis and will, under the management of Mr. J. D. Smith, be in position to offer cash buyers srpenor inducements, and we feel confident it 'will continue to be 'a great advantage to the buying public . " A Card From Mr. Hudson. To The Vlcksburg- Herald: The pa pers of the state and their readers are being deceived by information emanat ing from Jackson to the effect that the governor appointed Hon. George An derson judge of this district, instead pf Mr. H. C. MoCabe or myself because of a bitter factional fight betweeous for the position. I deem It due myself and the truth and my friend,. MoCabe, to say in correction of this false Impress ion that ten days befoi e the governor appointed Judge Anderson and before I knew he was considering his name for the place, I wrote the governor a letter, saying to him that If he found It impractical or impolitic to gl venae the position, I withdrew in favor of H. C. McCabe. I so advised my friends here at least a week before the appointment was made. I wish further, la assert that I was the candidate of no faetioa and that those who endorsed me. for the place did so with . that knowledge and to advised the governor in their endoramenta of mer- . . ; Most respectfully, - ' . -' - - r S; S. Hudson. . Havnna. Cnha'-T Feh.. li I , , have spent oonsiimrahie time in getting reliaMe information on this island, and ekn write front experience ' and observation. I came here for that purpose and have been here fdr five months' getting all that I could. You can reit a place without buildings on it for $t to 11.50 per acre or you esn bov for $5 to $50 per acre ac cording to location,, On 2oo acres you can raise sugar cane, tobbucco; and potatoes and all kinds of vege tables that you do in Mississippi,' and you can find a better market than you do in the south. ' Here are some of the prices:! Milk, 4oc to 8oo per gallon; butter from 6oc to 8oc per pound; eggs,' 4oc to 6oc per dozen; chickenB, 6oo to f 1 5o per piecet tnrkevs, $1 to $6 each; 2o pound pigs $6; hogs al ways bring a good price; potatoes are never less than $1 per bushel: new potatoes' are now selling at $2 per bushel; other vegetables sell in the same proportion. The miirket is not overstocked iitnnv time. rZDCZZ3II "'THZOZ All kinds of tropical fruits grow here and do well, they bring fair prices, so much that' there U a good profit in them. Yon can sell cane if von. are io hauling dis tance oither bv cart .or cars of a mill and make fair profits. The mills hire cars for the season and it costs vou nothing after the cane is loaded on thec4s. Cane needs to tie, planted but once in seven . years. Tobacco raised here finds a ready market and brings a better price than to bacco raised elsewhere. It brings trom 4oc to $3 per pound in the United States. You can get three crops ot it- you van farm the tear around if v au are jndustriouh. Nature will do her share by mak ing things grow all the time. You ean raise hogs here without corn, the palm treea wijl support and fatten ouehogj" All kinds of yoga-, tahles are now being slipped to Ihe United States and are bring ing high,! prices. SUaptaw Hughes says that the cane on the' farm where he is located will bring $2oo' per acre, and afterwards I saw the owner from Ronton andjb says, he j will be satisfied with $5o per acre; I Yon can fatten two steets on acre of the fine grass here three times in a year, thus giving you si head from every acre of grtts per year." ! On looo acres jOucan fatten and put upon the market 6,ooo head if you have the capital with the following results. , - Interest on capital of $6,boo at 6 per cent .?3,6oo Rent of l.ooo acres. . ; .-. . ..l,5oo. Labor and incidentals . . 6,ooo the merchants and business men of the elty next week for aid to secure funds to entertain the visiting Knight while here., Let every one contribute liber ally, thereby sustaining the reputation already gained tot the Queen city of the Delft of havrig" the best and the moat liberal citizenship of any city in the state. We can say that the dele ffa'te h come bore representieg the lodges of the different cities of thestate are among the state's best citizens, and will not only f appreciate the, welcome the city gives Warn, itmt will carry I M.U B,U I. , V. 11 ' o vuwu 1111. J imho. null pralion to our city. Open up 'your hearts, draw on your bank or pocket book and give freelv to the committee ho. calls upon you. . ,- . : Stealing Dames En 1. i.j Had Enough fioods; tt , Younig Store. Motlie Jacknon arnl I'nH, " Helped Tlu'liiHolves hi Waidt-, Bugs. JI'tln- -0'her Articles.... Total I......... Ilo.loo There is always a gain of not less than $to per head in the four months. This showing is many times better than either Texas or Montana. Surr lands sell for from 2o to 5o dollars per acre and gH)d tobaceo lands can be bought tor about the same, with a capital of 2,5oo to 25,o6o dollars you can do an immense business in the to bacco line at a good proht. A Lu ban only wants five acres of tobac co and for from five to ten (loi lars per acre. It is lest to buy if vou can and let the land out to Cuban? for a per cent of the crop, yon can get them for 4o per cent of the crop, sou to furnish everv thing. In most cases you will have to keep them until the crop is sold and reserve it from the sties. This is the way in which most of the tobacco is raised. On an investment of 2.5oo it is safe to say that ' if you get good " Judge Wynn Returned.; : Judge Wynn retured home" Friday night, iund we are glad to state to his many friends fully recovered from his recent illness. He can now be found at his olfiou in th Wllozinski building. , Last Monday Mnllie Jaekn-'i, woman was cancrht by a nlor'r m ters Golden Knge tryln? to hl ti a skirt in her basket. Hha w m over to the police who, vImI'oI house and found other thlri m i. for wash women. ,'Sbe- wts -.-to jail.' The poli'e then vfli" home of Polly Modon in thi her yard, and therd tboy ton'j 1 new goods toopnn up adrvrnln eonsistingof tailor tnarlo Vclr, waists, rugs, clothe an'i othe articles together with nln These good were jifted fro-n i h ferent stores of the city an 1 no the stealing 'has been gouif oi some time, .i ; . Polly was also t iken in oh if ' she and Molly were arruluir-it ' the Mayor if. at Monday in-r.iln 1 tr i it 10 f e, ,.'k t i. land and gt:'MKl.tif'ne4 4rt'yeat.'o'hfes lbn the work you ought to double occaalonn a storm onthe lake or a ..Prank U- Maao your money. "Devil" the Word Buy a! TPimes YThh JEotning IleiliiDoi "DeviF the Word Today Only a subscriber or parchaser of the paper entitled to $t THE MISSISSIPPI HARDWARE COMPANY AND ITS BUSINESS Wholesale and Retail Trade of This Territory Be- ing Reached Out After. , The'Mississippi Hardware (3om which has been re-organizei re cently, making Mr.',, (ieo. John son, one of the most successful planters and business men in the county, as president, and J- F. Wood, an up to date hardware man, representing for the past ten years'the large hardware house of A . Baid win & Co. , of New Or leans, La., manager, has al ready started on ita century mak ing record. One of their first deals last week was to close a con tract with Mr. - Pearce who is building the new Cowan hotel, to famish all hardware, such as nails, locks, w.indow weights etc., to be used in constructing the new build ing. The new company proposes to handle the wholesale as well : as the retail trade in their territory, for by purchasing in. the large quantities they do, it enables them to sell to the merchant as well as the planter, any amount ' goods thev desire, cheap as the iobher who they are at present dealing with. Mr. Johnson in formed the reporter who called on him that M r. Woods, the manager. will make the territory regularly and take orders for such goods as merchants or planters desire. The company in order to handle the wholesale trade has leased the large brick ware house next to the, ice company's building on the Y. & TA. V. tracks, and are tilling it with different kinds of hardware which they arc daily receiving. This week they have received, be sides a card load of nails, a car load of tinware and have on the road a car load of wire, stoves and pomps. -Mr. Creighton .tVetherbee who was formerly in the employ of the company, now has charge of the books. Mr. Wetherbee is a young man -fully-competent for the position and with bis knowl edge of the harnware business will no doubt make them a valuable employee. While O. M. Johnson, the son of the president of the company, tho head salesman will accomodate the buying public and take pleasure in showing them anything tbey desire to see in the hardwate line. And last in Will, the porter, who is one of the best in the city, always on hand to do the bidding of his employers. -- Mr. Johnson asked us to impress on the people the fact that any or der sent to the house would be fill ed and gotten out the day received. The company buying as they do in car load lots are able to sell yoju goods as cheap as New Orleans, Memphis Or St. Louis, but even should their prices be a .shade higher, as citizens whose interest is in your county or atate it is your duty to give your trade to the home merchant, always for it is the home money that builds cities, bnv8 farms aad improves them. . The Time will carry a laige ad. of this company the en tire year and every reader of the paper should glance over it weekly for what tbey will save by doing so, in twelve months, will pay their subscription for many future years. . This week the Mississippi Hardware Company are sending out complimentary, a 1000 Times, to planters all over the delta. Fierce Storms on Lake Baikal, Siberia. fln5.'"oo anions. - j Mollie was roleaxed We Ilm rr .,,.... T.... . xi. t. payment of fine by her huarH l'reviilt-tit on One of That Country' Si'H. I Pully is still there whiln auinr r' chureh'slsters and brothers wiv j dilating a petition uniting for l ' get their sinter nut. Ail ti j m made was a fe.v days on tV- f.ir t (1 ,- i e ud n ,r ' TP- to u a Geese Eat.rs. The flitindiii'd Luxur. of tin ' i mans During Aine Mntitl ' ' .f r?i- Yi'ar. r- T', ....... . . i i' , i i . that will skirt the southern shores MUUU1 . of Lake Baikal has -not yet been 11 m built. It involves difficult .engineer- A Mf inn nf Ing, and the railroad authorities de- rt 4 ,luul1 W cided, for a few years, to use Ice breaking steamers, tie barges to them loaded with passengers and freight cars and thus ferry trains across the lake. But now they have come to the conclusion to build the line around the foot of the lake as aoon aa they can,, for they .Are hav ing- no ena 01 irouoie witn atormy ' and foggy Baikal. Tile lake ia C5 ' ' miles wide and it i' e for the We " aeBrtotned to suMach.- passeng-tivbTii0 icf their eara with tha aomj of the Fatherlai . on the'We for jh 'ObwV hoars al. ''""" ot ley bes Ioi .U-m- a timt. as hnar bflpiXJj .now and P'Pea and the fragrant auerkr,ii iobiv irvui tin; &:ri,in,iii V ' Mason, Amerlvaa ci.i..m.s heavy fog has made it Imposiiible to Herllo, that It is none of thcr.fi, 1,. t. reach port, says the New lork Sun. rather the domeatlc froosc, whiuJ Anyone knowing the conditions of must be; remembered in connection travel on this lake might expect such "with the tierman empire, eaya ti4s accidents. There Is no good port, and . few York ILeraW. one cannot be made without apend- ; "the standard hraury of the ing a fortune. Awhile ago sailing German people," wi.vh Mr. Muscn, BJitl vessels were the only means of trams- ne adds that duriug nine month at port, and they sometimes took over tbe year it forma the principal tew a fortnight In crossing the lake, beasV . tur" n.t table, at festive aa well t ing upand down and waiting for chance to get to the landing while storms were raging for .days and days. . ..,.,,. ' Millions of Russians seem to have an erroneous idea' Of Bnlkal. It la the iargext fresh water lake 1n Asia, but .round.' everyday entertainment. Kvery vil lage has ita flocka and every man h'ia particular holdiugx of 1 gooaeflesh. Yet, with aH quartere working at the production of the feathered dainty, there are not enough geese to 'a the ItufsKlaria do not hesitate to enll It the largest in the wor.d. In fact, the lake ' is thus ranked in some of the geographies u ed in T'asata schools. The compilers of these text books would seem never to have heard of our great lakes and those of central Africa. Quick Tlsae Meilr br a Baasnrd. Col. J. H. Estill tells a story of the ' flight of a buzzard from New York to ChHrleaton in four hours. '"Kfcere hail been a lot of talk," said he, "ahoat the time which would be re quired for one of these flyers to get home, and it waa agreed, one day to box vjt a fine-looking specimen and ship it. to New York. There was a great deal of interest in the test of , speed, and the man who received the i swift bird of the air wax Instructed ' to relense it at a certain hour, and to teletrrnph the moment the buzzard sniffed the free air. The message came here that Mie bird, all proper ly marved for identification, had been released from its box, and watchers were stationed In Market street to This deficiency is really -a misrfdr- tune, for no true mibject of the em peror will be without the national menu if he ean helj it. 80, ia thia contingency, the friendly aid of Rus sia is implored and freely given. The result ia that at the Kuirunetsburjr station, in the southeastern ajnatrter of Berlin, there' daily arrive 15,0' J geese.- A special Roose tniiil of from IS cars on ordinary days to SS or 40 on- Mondays brings the birds from the KiiHsian frontier. The eara era specially built and rigged for this servipe, each carrying -about ' 1,200 ' geese. ' '!'''-?.,'" Kxpericnced buyers for the " bfjr dealers and market nun meet- tire trains and pick out the fattest of (lie ! lot, which they bear away la triumph .' to their stalls. As for the great ma jority of angular fowl the kind as sociated in the American mind witfi boarding house keepers and the eouv ic papers these are aent to farme and put through a fattening con rue. There is one notable feature of the recept ion of the' geese in Beaiia uut time the moment of arrival. Va- ,neT mle"' "na -,s "- ougnnens 01 ine NaniuiTy., cxanniia. Read the advertisements morning and win the dollar. this rious time allowances had been sug gested by the Interested crowd of watchers, and the prevailing Idea waa that the bur.zard could not get back home for a dny, if at all. But this is where the people were wrong, for, as I remember It, the buzzard poked ita none towara wnarieston aa aoon aa it was set tion. Tf one goose haa failed to sur vive the Journey it .means eight days' quarantine for the entire eon8 fo ment. If at the end ot lua time; there have been further fowl fatal ities there must be another period X1 quarantine, and this, mean. , verv free, and the trip to ' expense to the. owuer anon 4 made In four hour. WTfl ln our money. Tne Intention rharlcHton The old bird appeared to be very o make the shipping of "anepeett iY much the worse for wear when it got I geese Such a costly experiment ji h) in, bnt a record had been made, and ! dissuade dealers from attempting it. 11 the pools made on the dying trip were upset." Richmond Tribune. MISSNOKAOCONNOlt Now in the Markets Selecting Her New Spring Goods. ' Mrs. Nora O'Connor left Thursday for the millinery market.' . Her past selection have not only pleased the ladles of Greenville but have shown a taste unequaled by milliners of any Ity In the south. " This year, aa all proceeding ones, she will give the se lection her personal attention and as sure her trade that at her spring opening tbey can find hats and bonnets to suit the most fastidious. The work. Time wants - your job Head th- , advertisement! lliia morning and win the dollar, . , ; LEW SHAW, Wizzard Wonder of the Billin. World, Here. . Lew Shaw, the wizzard wonder of the billiard world, and his wife NU"a Shaw, the champion female fcUliunt player, will five an exhibition of bil liard marvels at McClars billiard p s lor next Monday nicht, ! b 4 Any one who appreciates sc ! f - : of the "Ivory balls should not f . i tj ! present., v, -.' ' ' . - ... .A- Heal the a-Iverf 'more: anj '-1 t'