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TIICP TIMES: GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI. HATURDAY, MRACII 0, 1001.
3C f Pnce, i 1 DeriL nerth. n ir ft' Eft 'III; ijoyai iM i. en inc' i in toot; . i TIBS tot' it. t , TKRMAX, IT. W. TON EVERMANoV STONE, 7 : , muu .' Real Estate, ggfg 30 utm of the oholoest land In Washington, Sunflower and var counties. Timber land and improved plantations that s bs exoslled on earth. Cheap at double the price, and on payments about the same as paying rent. Call and see. Choice Lots in Greenville, Leland and Inverness. eo us when wonting to buy or sail home in or out of the . We have soma very oholoe houses for sale In Geeenrille. EVERAAN & STONE, wea Poplar street, la OltUeas Beak balldtag, Oveeavills, Mississippi ichiGsAN Mutual Life J INSURANCE COMPANY, att, Michigan. .t-i. Established J 867 light Life and En- Guaranteed Cash fowment Policies ,. Values, D UP and EXTENDED. 20.RGE WHEATLEY, I -.GENERAL AGENT,:- lain and Poplar Sis., - Greenville, Miss. L EMU-EL By Leigh North. Ai'Kosa tiling- iGEY&NEFF Contractors and Builders, sir Mill ao6 $ Scroll and Turned Work x Factory. f Of AH Descriptions. WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO ; We Solicit Your Patronage. EE1TVILLB, - - 3IS5S W. HEAD n H&nd UNDERTAKER, Complete Undertakers Outfit . UrTy.Graa.em la sperleaeed and competent Undertaker and Em , will rire his Personal attention to all orders, which are MtsestfnUv i. ,., Orders by telegraph or telephone will hare prompt attentfou. slay or handsets snuissaeat et rrcTUax rWUUMltu always oa band, t4 iMaaidtssrM. ; HEAD, W M&iBgta At., GREENVILLE, KISS ISSI55IPPI GOTOH GIL CO5 GREENVILLE MILL, ." Twm Ptomasm Max ta TiM Dbxta. 'THE BIGGEST. T HE BES T.JT tsi Cash Prices Paid for RAIL, RIVER cr AGOM Consignment of Cotton Seed. . WB OPRRATl I OONMECTIOK WITH THE MILL, : A MODJ6L fcfUNGiCR 8YSTBM 6INKERY. Jlosset Prices aasl qoMtest Delivery ef Oottoa 8ed Hulls and Meal. mrifPHONi i. m wotLAmmmm. ,7. FORT; TiTt'z.. - Greenville Miss. D i 030 Acd s&faraji . paylas tis rc . . w- I w- B H . ' arV I ear HUTTCZIl Gintwy is stUl jotng fatirms. PATRONIZE HOflE LISTITIJTIOI lEErfVuxE. - rassissiFFi. ., j. ,. - w v And Read Twentieth Cen tury Newspaper. lie The Times KOSS the fifldu fioBtd Ihr trrm- g voire: "I.cnm-ell Iyfiiiu-ll U-u, Lemu-11" Ficatwi toftlr. yet for, witih a half inimical, wholly pathet ic cadence, and seemed to nestle and die sway at the foot of the low bill which the village folk politely called "the mountains." . A little old woman witb snowy cap, a small shawl pinned over her stioul' ders and a dark dress, atood at the door of a cottage. The smooth vitvery hair and the soft withered cheeks seemed to suggest the charm of an earlierday; perhaps she had even been very fair in her lorig-ego youth. Rut the large dark eyes bad a stinvnge, restless look, and the hands twitched nervously A younger woman stepped up beside her, from within. She was taller, larger and less comely, but the resemblance between them bespoke near relation ship. "Yes; yes, mother," she said, sooth ingly, laying her hand on the other's shoulder. "Some other day he'll come I wouldn t call him any more now, "Some other day?" the older queried, a faint color tinging her cheek. "Yen, yes. some other day; come and get your cup of tea," and she led her mother to the table and seated her be side It. "Mary, put a plate- for Lemuel, he might like a bit, too, and why do you forget?" she added, half fretfully, With a patient sigh the daughter obeyed. How many weeks, months and years wan it she had gone through her useless tak? "He'll come to-morrow," the old woman murmured, half to herself, "Yes, to-morrow he will come, snre- y," Mary answered cheerfully. It was almost.stereotyped,-their brief talk, repeated daily. For years the mother's heart had yearned and waited for the absent or the dead. But each morning life renewed itself and hope sprang up again in the clouded mind Esch morning of all those longyeare, "To-dv, to-morrow he will come! In the meantime the hamlet had grown from a srtraggling settlement to almostt the nroportions of a town. The narrow, congested main street, where butcher and baker had huddled togetn er. in confused proximity, had ben widened, and more pretentious stores and offices hod taken the place of the tmaller wooden structures of 80 years tines. Factories and mills bsd their clustering shops, and workmen's dwell- inirs and lonir fringes of oulying sreets, rith more or less ornate villas and cot tares, had succeeded to rursl lanes or short cuts across the common. The street on which our cottage wee situated hod been graded and eurbed to the foot of the hills which It wes meant t climb, but bad faint-heartedly gi outs end though approached on the oth er side by many more showy residences the cottage still held ite own and looked out across the flelde as it had done when first built on what taa seemed almost a prairie. It and the Incloesd plot on which it stood was a pattern of neatness wbieh nrougnt naaname aaa even set a worthy example toltslsrgsr neighbors. Trees and vines had grown about It, but they were kpt rhsrply trimmed All necessary' repairs were promptly attended to and eavh new eoat of paint reproduced, as nesrly ss might be, Ite nredecesKir. 9ie elianires within or without showed theint!,' oe added luxuries or adornments erept into any of the four room or the lit tie .mother a-rew restless and unhappy, and what remained for poor Mary but to guard her peace. . Nearly SO years ago father, another, son and daiivhter had occupied the home. The father, somewhat taciturn and cold, had unbent tittle tehis ehil dren and frowned iipos what he con sidered youthful follies; when, ia the ease of tlu con. bis eldest bora, folly sometimes deserved e stronger name be reproved fiercely sod perhaps unrea sonably. The boy, nrel with the lode pendence of youth, resented sad re belled, and quarrels ensued till, it end ed In the fathers turning his eon out of doors with the injunction uever to let him see or heer from him again, Too literally bad his behest been fol lowed. The mother idolised her boy. and under the strain of silent grief ber mind gradually gave way. Xo word had come bark from the wanderer. He had written tohfa mother soersl times. but the father had destroyed the let ter Without handing them to her. snd, when Anally one was returned to Lemu el unopened, be wrute do more. He tried to drown the memories of his yonth In wild dissipations, snd, sober ing down at last, he tried to put eway hie old life from bis thoughts amid new scenes and surroundings. To his whereabouts neither mother nor sister held' say olew, eo the greet silence hsd fsllea between these.' The father's heart a fpre. but he gave ao sign, not even e hit death-bed, which followed Ik ten than a second twelve month. Tor years and years the two women bad lived on together, the enewe of eg whitening the mother's heir, while the roM of youth departed from Mary's face. The whole villsge knew the story and evea the stranger passing by would shshe his head snd guess something of its pathos as a woman's voice rang over the flelde: "Lemu-ell Lemu-ell O h, Lemu-eU" Was it a strsnger, the bearded man tbet one day esaie along tha reads with slow steps, looking here and there as if half in adreamT Back from the hills eame a fslnl echo Lemuel! and he started and pressed forward. He turned unerringly In to the gate, passed through the open door, and, throwing himeeif oa his knees, buried his face in the old woman' lap, ae ahe sat by the table. "Oh, mother! mother I " Why, fat her I " ahe said, with only a iaint surprise ia her tone. 8be bslf pot eut her band as if te stroke his hair, het drew it baek. The man roe and brushed his sleeve across bis eyee. "She does sot know me!" Ksry stood aad grassed the table. looking at him epeechleaely for a me ant, later aba broke eat; "Oh. Lem, ia H yon? Why, why bare yoa ever eeat aaa ward all these years?" "never swat e ward!" s-e echoed, "Didn't I write sgalu snd 'again snd this is all I gotniy own letter re turned," and he drew from his pocket an old envelope with postmarks of an cient date, ' : "Ob, father!" Mary murmured, and then she turned away to stop the fast flowing tears. ', "Where Is father?" lltr'mun asked, a sterner note coming into hia voice. "In the churchyard, thin many s year," ohe answered. And he sat down heflvlly. The old woman glanced at the new comer furtively, but- silently. The other two fell into talk in low, sup pressed tones, going over briefly the life that lay between this and their parting. "Yes. I sowed Wild outs enough at first, the roan said, "but I managed to work m j way across the ocean, and then there came over me a great dis gust of myself snd my evil ways. Fath er was hard enough on me but I was wrong, too, very wrong, and for moth er's sake I should have been tient and tried to do better. Please Cod my boy shall have no nich experience." ."Your boy?" Mary asked eagerly, her face lighting up. , "Aye, my boy bless him. He's a great lad. Well. I settled down in England, in a good, sizeable village, after awhile, and I did fairly well. Then I married and we bad this one boy and a girl." "Where are your wife and children?" He turned his face away for a mo ment to conceal Its quivering;. "The boy le with ine the other two lie un- fler the sod. When' thev were a-one Lemuel and I didn't care to stay. So we're been wandering a bit. Then it came over me that I must see the old place once more, and here I am." But-"where is your boy?" pressed Mary. . He's down at the hotel. I just want ed to walk around and tyke my bear ings first it's sll so changed except this, house." Yes, mother always wanted this kept just the same against you got back. How like you've grown to fath er, Lem. Is your boy like you?" At every mention of his son the man's face lighted up. "Yes. I suppose he1 like me some, but he's tallerend rosier, too, since he's Englif h born, and whilst I see a look of '.he mother in him." Bring him!" Mary cried. "I'm pin ing to tee him." Yes. I'D go and fetch blm now," h said, rising. "It's seldom we're so long separated. So she bustled about tidying up the always neat little house snd looking into the glass to give some touch of im provement to her own personal appear ance, of which, poor row. she scarcely ever thought, bnt she hsd a sudden wish to be pleasing in the strange young eyes. The mother wandered around rest lessly, going again and again to the door and looking out toward tb hills. but ssying bo word. And thus they ited. At lost the click of the gate sounded and the two, father and son, eame up tbe path, the latter looking around with questioning eyes. As they entered a wild cry rsng eut, snd the old women threw herself upon the boy witb passionate caresses, exclaiming unconsciously In the words of Scrip ture : '-... 'I---'-- "O my" son! -my son! He wes dead and is alive again! He was lost and le found!" Humor her, lad," the father whis pered, and the boy's rosy cheeks grew rosier as he stooped to her emhrsce: Then she drew away, yet still cling ing to him, snd looked Imploringly at Mie elder soa. 'Oh, father! he frleadet be friends! He's a good lad, he rneaae no harm!" and the two mca eJasped bandssilently, while e tranquil, happy look crept over the poor harassed face. So no more Uie sad ery rsng over the elds, but ea old women end a boy might eflea be seen walking together en the reed near tha eottege. and late rosse bloomed oa the faded cheeks, and the end eye grew sal pier, though res- eon bo more fully resumed He rway. Lemuel, the older, remained in his former home and bullded onto the cot tage, which waa kept unchanged, as a wing to the new bouse, where Vary wee happy again in being a mother to ber nephew. When ber short- Indian eummerwasover ad they laid the little moiner 10 resi tney wrote "I'eace on tbe white headstone. if oufekeeper. a r f t r m i , ik . J "uim uimim, w nyillWrf VH1SJ I I V I W.. n . I i. - , NOTE-YOUR AD. WILL BE PLACED IN THESE COLUMNS AT $ A YEAR, OR 30c A MONTH, PAYABLE QUA!;! I Y MISCELLANEOUS. High Gnrfa. suing, Hall- P M. HAMBLIN, lum-kJ Bearing Hewing Machines from sis.00 uu, Hewing Machine supplies of sll kinds. Office 911 Mitln Street. Mall Orders a-ivon nronint attention. WILHFLM Dealer In Hs, Corn. Vf ILIILLIVI, outs snd sll kinds ol I A 1 XfaA .. All ..-. u.i... i A 4 bvw stuii, mi VIOIP IDV31TJ JSVMi fa tentlon. Ptvrtiet having hay, corn, etc., for ale, writ or come and m u. Main street. Telephono Mo. 183, SMITH Produce Company, keys. Chickens, Ducks, Geese, Buttor, and Eggs. Produce always wantod. Orders promptly tilled. Main Street, near first Na tional Bank. Telephone No. its-a Delivers sand and gravel w I MO v' v - and rr any part of the olty or ftate. Get his prices Also solicits heavy hsullnsr Guarantee. delivery. 'Phone No. . Ouice Walnut street near ttouthern Hotel. STRAUTHER HOTELS. IIARDVAI? NKWMAN HOTJbXh , , , , ,. PPaewess. Poplar Street, ARLINGTON HOtKV rt 'Psoas If, Walnut Street. coutuuiin hoi hi.. J TUone 119, Walnut Street. BANKS. Poplar Street. SBUOHANTS APLANTBUa, CITIZENS BANK, X ' Main and Poplar Streets, FIRST NATIONAL BANK, , Main and Walnut Street) DENTISTS. ;. JOE CHATHAM, Dentist. Briil ire and Crown work. Work trnsirnvn. rfvd. Offloa orer Nairn A illun, Waeniny on avenue. Tttidpb one iWi-. WHOLESALE HOUSES. JORDAN & CO.. Wwn. Sroc.r. v .4 I.. ag-k. i- fill. .. ewu vvwuuHiwsi avvrviuuiHi ruuoi abi PE OOYER COMPANY, V n. luk... aota v . asDaruij. araawaseg u , , McMAHON GROCERY CO., Honoe. Warehouse on Broadwav. near Bothers Ballroad. Telephone near the Y. M. OFFICES. . Western Union Telegraph, Poplar Street, foetal Telegraph, J oplar Street. Cumberland Telephone, Waehingtoa Ave, Southern ttipree Main Street. American Bipreee, Main Utreet. : Poet Othoe, Main titreet. MISSISSIPPI HARD W,, RE ( i Ti Phelps Hull. ling, Wv,t:.i m Ave., fe -everything in Hjrtiware. kI Har.i .uro. ttuvonr tiH-nn, n uttfiit, S' ... I'.u v I'ointe. Yoa hunt tf ail ku. tin i&i-ii liup;uiaeata kept in utovtit. WtTIJERBEE HARDWAf keeua all tbe lmnrnvHil Ha.lwtt fust iifipieaiwritu of ail kiutu. We mv-tn t ei'cutiou ot ail our ftooUe, We uuiuu.g i.. In jvhU f,ElSE-HOOD HARDWARE 'i'h tnt HRrdvare Uiia on l:artJi." Kep everything In the Hu.ru wart 11mm, 'i ' bt-Bt of gotHiM at the lowet ,ru i. U a ntva wuatyou want. Old eat hou in thuuiiy. DRUG STOIES. B. D. FINDIAY.W-S Street., Telephone So. . OIL MILLS. Planters, near Y. and M. V .H.R. 'Phone 89. linst.ipi cotton Oil Uo. t Poplar St. Teleohone 16. DeHoto Oil Co.. 8. B R. Gwenvllle otton Oil Lake street snd B. B. Telephone S3, and tiinniuf (.0.. .; Cotton Compresses. Planters ' ompross, near Mil, T. it aelOMtioue tt7, Greenville i ompreu, Telepaoas so. ' i MERCIANTS. He Rsiw. -. Aa Bngliab schoolmaster " rrcentlv gar bis pupils a lecture on patriotism, says the Scottish American.. He pointed out the high motives which moved the volunteers te leave their homes and fight for their country. The schoolmaster aoticed that one boy did not pay attention to tbe Instruction and ss a test question he asked him.: What mottvse took the volnnteers to the war?"- The boy waa puzzled for a moment, then remembering the public "Bead off" te the local re serves and volunteers at the railway station, he replied: "Locomotives, sir." Tfce Chtaeea Olwtleaarr. v. The standard Chinese dictionary. which tree compiled by one Pa-out-she, who lived about 1100 B. C is the first dictionary recorded in literary history. It contains aome 40,000 eharaetere, each etaadlaf tog a wor6 I It shoald be borne la sniad that tht wa used, quite MO years befere- SO ropeaaa esaploysd writing. Memphis 4 Yicksburg Packet Regular Zmi STEAMER DELTA. ED NOWLAND. JR. ... .....Master JOE POSTAL ...Clerk Regular Memphis and Greenville Packt. Going down, leaves Green ville for VickHburg every Wednesday at 5 pm. Goinp up, leaves Greenville ror Memphis every Saturday at wain. New boat; up-to-date in every re spect. Electric lights and fans through out. Round trlii V-fksbnrg and re turn 13.90; llemphls and return fd.OO. The boat carries a band of music during the entire seaun JLYa a k I'AiiLlHU. Agent, DR . C. M. CUHELL, ssideaasTWMala stress. PheaslSS. LCRQY PERCY, , ATTORXKT-AT-LAW, litkeas Baak i i H.Kmuj, m ins P M. ROBINSON, New store! New Goods! Everything; up-to-date In Orv Goods and Lady Furnishnlnir. Mail Or dors solicited. Give as a oalL 'la Waahins- ton Avenue. , CHI RDM I up-to-date Clothier, Hatter, L BIULL and Gent's Furnisher. Sole isi-a, comer Poplar. sad Washington Ave. P HPFFMI FY Oent's Purni.hmg, Gent's Furnishers. KNOX HATS, aad UEIBKB'8 SHOKoV BJ Main Btreet. THF I FAnFD The up-to-date One rrloe lilt- LLnULI, house ef Greenville. Bverythlns new. All goods guaranteed as represented. Headquarters for anything you want. Onr SIum Department Iseowplete. Osll at the Leader whea U town. CARASON'S Mississippi Store, Bvery Mondav Bargsla Day. All the latest styles aodhadee In lAdlee'-Oress Goods. Obi goods are always op-to-data at the very lowest possible prises. l WsJaat street. PHAS. HArTER. jjSSsjfX.' tioct. and all triad of laaaal U trluw- miDgB( naunui naiit, LAWYERS. I EROY PERCY, Attorney-at-Law, Oittsens liank Building, Greenville, Miss. THOMAS & ROSE, Attorneys-al- Law, over Vol .m & Blum. We own the only Alutriot ul Title to t,i lands In VVuhr liiKton i 'uunty and City of Greenville, Atiss. J M. CASHiN, Lawyer and Not- ary PuMln. nitids over CitUens Bant, GrtHumltw, MiH,.&ttl. 1. H. - WYN i, ' Attornev-at-Law. " O'll. o In WDciia.id Building, Orsenvllle MiBHissiVi. , ... H ELOS & BODDIE, Attorneys ' at-(.ew, Weinberg Building, Greenville 1 -KHiHSippi. . L i:KCY BELL, Attorney-at-Law Phelps Building. Greenville, Muutlsippi. ! R.; TRIGG, Attomey-at-Law ' O Que over L. tV. Harbl-von'i new etore S eflhiuuton Avenue, ; v - F J. BOGEN,' Attorniey-at-Law. Office ever Harhlsua Bros, aj Co,, Wash I ORD & TAYLOR, Vaihinirtoa 'I eieiiawne f.REENVILLE DRUG CO, Waslisr FURNITUItE. r m A HAM Corner Main and Wai,- -t llAlil, Htreets. Teleihone I . large line Waluut and Oah tucuituie. COTTON facto: Hawkins, Crittenden & Co, ' tors Liberal Adran.ee mads ea ment. Telephone SI. H T. Ireys, Sr.,& Co., -n . A- . 'l r sac-eoasa- Ootum r- - ton. I.tl- i advancementa made tm mu,i, . Telephone SJ. Mil Jlain Bt. Phirrt Wliingtod Ave. OVjU.mj LIUIII, Factor. I.;ieral adfttij. Teiephune o. Abe Biuir ruaaa ea 7aldauer Cotton Co., ,1 , Cotton Factore. Mineral advaucee um eonstgnuieuU en csnsignmeata. lei. as, lugtoa Avenue. U,'M RRIFFIM t' GROCERS. HREENVILLE GROCERY CO.. Waahlntftoa Avenue. .111 kinda of Tresk Oroeexiaa. t ree Delivery to all part of Ike citr. Leave order for aajrtkia( ia tk OkNsOIT line. TeioVsWMie lit friE BAIXD-SMITH CO.. wti? tvtil (hrooere of Greenville, All oooda freak. rvoo dolivoiy ewe yotiT or d ere witk Mm. an j ptan oi tae eivj. 1 "Prompt delivery," eur motto. Tele- ieoe as lot anything ia the Grocery Use. -.'hen yen want Fresh goods. Telephone w. at iMtd. Tslsphoae lay. . W. G Myers, local representative (or Memphis Sulmitar. Subscription rice lue per week, dally except aun i&v. For furthnp information nhone 193. Mrs. J. A. McAlpin. Broadway House. Hours, 7 to 8a.m., 12 to 8 p.m. till 29. Attornev-at- Law. OMee la Phelna baikllne. Waak- ii.gton aveane. - - DOCTORS. F P. 0DENEAL, M. D.( S un.. rtm ... . OSIee in Vkiliii Baildias.. Osaee heuie 11 a. m. ta l a. staadlfvSLtet p.m. Talsphoasau. A. G. PAYNE, M. D.0f,taBurwt; w sswis saajwwawa m. e sisbi saj wAaayyuwu ajsj ss. I n (UVTHP M n Onujs an stain j v. m. s. ,T.,-Bt,u's. - wasnisgissi avsaae, Teiepaeaese. F.P.BROWN.M.D.S&.fiS:. saarhst, see. Poplar sad Waeklagtea Ave TWi 't TrtWRtI Paystslaa an - U-UVIIVlMMf, e VI naUy's drug store, f mitrnm Wtsai nasi or sine. 1 , COTTON BUYEIS. Kline Sc WiMn, ,Velephonel!-4, ever 'Mtizent Is ,- Bjiiuuig, Haia Hi. Oft" on WaNilngtoa Avenue, nutriba price ou au Abe B!am,i?;:hei cotton. . 'Phoned. P'-wbsruer Cotton Co.,0 W: .1- REAL ESTATE. CHURCH & SH ELTON, V:,:: dl "-tore Ueal Stae tkan all v nr imri estate a KntHoora in(i. tv laexa and ksjr a komeon oax paymento, . J A fAIVIriJ 09 Mtxim Srw4. If jrom ml to koy yUuiuMitinM ktui, CT0NC & EVERMAN.2": BttpTntin; the 8unffwr L&nd v. 4 Manulactaring ikieaO ttaad. La toSKwrn -rill. - LUMBER YARD; Bob, Joe and Maonie an tell you what is debt for your beau. The Leader. THE G0YER CO., Headqaartets fors Bagging and Tics. TELEPHONE NO. IT. 702. 704 706 Washington Avcnua GREliNVTLLE, - - 1 KLSSISSLPPL W.HilEAL LUPillBER YARD Rough and Dressed Lumber, Sasli. Doors and Blind's. ti? tart rs, Cdamt, BracKtts, mi all ktntis of ScroU nd Turned Wavk. LjTi, Cm?rtt, Brick, nrt Uiy, Nails, and BuilJo-s' Htrdwara 4 a it tr' MIM). Yft ciU special attention to ottf iiwz cf iars?flCIAL PRICES ON CAR-LOAD ORDERS. OFFICE: 'Wfia GREENVILLE, MISS. H. N. ALEXANDER, wAt,:,., rireM4 lumbtir: 0ak. IVtora, Lima, 0 nient, .iti. ntiil ler' nutona,. ec.Al!jr. Ptf an 1 ,eeift jaMon fa mi ah e4 am an aad a, kind of building. WH IMFAI v. rn(v,t .. All kind of Butldfre' ujti-tT.-.i.. i-mwi and flpar.rflration eubailttefl. tMru&i rtr.um on rar-loa4 ktei kfr pitting yon order. v v - '..- INSURAKCS H T. IREYS. JR.. ss. n, ax,!, awees. : Tit, Life and -.ebewat Xaaiinuufe. J It ROBB, stress ss Tiaas Bi PI re, IJte aad Aoeirient In- snranea. jsms ea Mju Building. . J B. HEBRON, audTTtW, ieTtre- sensing the best ennipaaMe la the V. J. OdUe ia si.w Opa UatM. . TRADES. 1 F P.l FnOF Vphouskarlng done la Sorv ananaer. armitawe renaired. -rutt ed aad varnished t crew. Sams aa Jtread- way, aeas .-. A I ATfHFD Ossrt.-.tw. iTUe fwl f s-rt I V,lll-.t, Ismia ateieitleet Tvie Brisk wevfc aeaamty. s FM HFNBY w. - - -. llfc-MIM, Draee and nheei-ima wayk. All kinds et Hopair work a smkH- altjr. atntti street, near kuii national fcank. HN RFB9V el Bepalr Shop. Pt. 1LIII, . ou do aU Wads of MacMnsvork. aWad-SMd 1- aMns sud Pistols always en hand wi siu-. CM attt so we , Anderson & Erewer..'TA":! Sh.ei Imw wars? Smoke a- ' sseeoingi KsaansS sod snow 1Mpi; . aad UuUerlng. Job vnxk a 8penai(y. BOARDING HOUE SLEATOR HOUSE, JXXJZX W mauala. TTsw a mat Waaey.k'l Bwa.w.i SADDLERY. riiA5. ehlbert. BUrS:rd asasfttaa it All .AkwLats. dkf fti.O.r. f'.ii:.,- mm. Vwmam Chain, hrttl. mto. A h;ui- oma lim of Bnrtfie tMui twwu In e ;. all oa oao ! aare mmtf oa -oat Btircitjute. LAUNDI VALLEY STEAM LAUXI - la. Waurnt tbt W. em X, tko lanad v all 'ou Uaea ae maok aieer tiiaa rati. 4ms il to vOJr kktoreal kave eeil t i r- Ivara your parcel. OaJ vnark MaaiM Wse of yesrtiarteaw yeapto a4 wo oro ue 2ft mui ol ia je. - UNDERTAKERS.- j r. itAss Wassdagtaa Aveaee. Wntnwt Btre4. jse. r. barnks. ISO. A. WOO LARD. eeoooo CUAS. B. OWEN. JOHN F. BARNES & CO., V" w.ettej clfchttecis tmdcBvMcrsA LIVERY STAELES. I0ESILVERSTE1N, Feed mi S.'i atablee. nrst-Claas Uvery San1. CommisEioa IZrtz ' -' -. rieea. Atiar-juH t.e; J Y.EELUyrJ'. Ttilo. .tsets9i)i. P P. Ransom, 1 V. V Orla, Pur. -d ., aad l,,i. i ' sam.T.II.B. I"'0 1 w cr X '' WtssV f ' ftW C'stsa, s fTf FT X 11 Ti ' f " f ' ? ! QPiEENVILLE, 1 s M!S5'SS!:n. 1 L": K- of !-,-. 1 Oummi ui.i.ie m f.'LKLVS I I-tsf. tm jksa'