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THE TIMES: GltEENVlLLE, MISSISSIPPI, SATUKPAY, MACH 29, JAMES JORDAN, Walntrt Street. fROIl OVER THE STATE. Clipped by the Oppcr. A IT ...i.J..'lt--'-""""" - ,,. -., M " a .Miiiinnmiiiwrciii iWii.rciii.inTiiiiiiwiiinn m. mi "' " . t M I For the Aged or Debilitated, And all medicinal purpose, winea and liquors from James Jordan are the best. Their absolute pur and fine flavor make them unsur passed as a tonic giving renewed health and strength. Their cost iii trifling as compared with the benefit they give. , Business o Sa. We have recently employed one of the best, and most up to date Funeral IMr.vijro and Scientific Ernbalmers in the South, and he will have full Cbrse Zt our Undertaking Department. We have, and will keep constantly on hand, a fall line MeaUk and Metalic Lined and Cloth Covered Caskets. Also Var rished Caskets and Coffins. In fact a full line of everything carried by a irst-class undertaker. We have two handsome hearses and our prices suit the times. Prompt at- to an. Answer cans inuiio wotuuj, yj v. uie"- Greenville Undertaking Co. 5rape UAuts, I Dostum (EcreaU Dbacitc Weast. I The trade supplied by The Baird-Smith Co., GIVE THE FABMEK8 A CHANCE. This is a restless industrial world or. ours; active indeed but so hard to please. Owing to the recent advance in spot cotton the mills of North Carolina threaten to shut up shop. Well, the cot ton planters ought to have a little boost in prices now and then even it it does temporarily close the mills. Tbe never stop the plow no matter what happeps. They fight the speculators dry and wet weather, caterpillars, floods, high price j for provisions, low prices for cotton and disorganized labor right straight along without a single stop. Lot the fleecy staple proceed upward. Meridian Press. Vvftolesale Agents, Greenville, Miss. I J Ate You Looking fo Groceries? IF YOU ARE Come and See Ots WE KEEP ONLY THE BEST. . ... Vegetables Always in Season.. W. H. H O G D, The Grocer. Washington tAvenae. TO INTEREST AN OCTOl'CS. State Senator E. F. Noel says he will assist the attorney general in the prosecution of all cases brought under the provisions of the anti trust law recently adopted by the legislature, and that if neceesary he is ready to defray the expenses of the court in the event the prose cution fails. There is little doubt that the attorney general will bring action against the alleged cotton oil trust organized, accord ing to the best information that can be obtained, in the city of Memphis about one year ago. Mr. Noel is full of determination and will carry out his promises. At torney General McClurg is con structed along similar lines and having made up his mind that the octopus is doing business in Mis sissippi he will proceed to make it interestin g. Jackson Clarion Ledger. FUNKY FUN. the Clarion-Ledsrer speaks ef the "physical physique" of the natural man, we would nice 10 in quire about the editor's "mental mind." Brobkhaven Leader. The Leader should not make such an inquiry as it doe not con cern the intelligent intelligence of the readers of the Clarion whether the editor's intellect is intellectual or not just so its columns contain newsy news. Centreville Jeffer THE DIFFERENCE. Last year this time President McKinley was planning a trip to Vicksburg. Now President Roos evelt is so busy with the trouble he is stirring up for himself that he is getting pale and looks wor ried. McKinley was sereno, a peacemaker without onvy or mal ice and his litewas happy. Roos evelt is a strife maker, a strenuous hater and revengeful. He has more trouble than happiness and so does his afflicted Icountry. Vicksburg American. HON. w. s. HILL. Hon. W, S. Hill, better known to his legion of friends as "Shed" Hill, recently announced for con gress in the fourth congressional district to succeed Hon. A F. Fox, who retires at the end of his present term, and thus far he has been unable to find an opponent. He is one of the most popular men in public life in Mississippi, and will majre an able representa tive in the halls of congress. Clarion-Ledger. The board of supervisors of Harrison county have promulga ted an order for the working of convicts on the public roads of that county. The sheriff is di rected to purchase teams, road plows, tents, camp equipments and other necessary paraphenalia, and provide guards to take charge of the prisoners. This is a move in the right direction and the pub lic roads in Harrison will be great ly improved, if a man of common sense and honesty is put over the whole matter. West Point Leader. Getting Ready For Reunion. The Times for Job Work. You are Looking for. Something New In Jewelry Cut Class, Watches, Clocks. We are prepared to interest you. Our line of Wedding and Birthday Presents cannot be excelled in the state Ctu. a tend your order. 331 Washington Avenue. 3fvariK JBfnoer. JOURDAN & CO., HXUbolesale- rocers Xtquor Stealers. 6 J 0 -6 J 4 Washington Ave. - Phone 29 J. Greenville, - - Mississippi. We Carry a Complete Stock . x of Fine Whiskies Includ ing the Following Brands. 31EDT0PRYE MONOPOLE ? OLD PRIVATE STOCK ? . ' And Many Others. ...Agents for... The Celebrated 'Yhite Rock . Mineral Water. Recognized as the Best hy Piiysicians. HIGH GRADE . U -GOODS- .In every Depaitinent., JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY. 4 Price Lists on Application Satisfaction Guaranteed, Wholesale Only. HE'RY T. IREYS JOHN G. ARCHER. 1 HEN.iY T. IREYS & CO. OTTON - FACTOES, OI2ce No. 219 Main Street. :r:nr;vuxE, nississippi. Holly Springs, Miss., March ... 22. Gen. William Garland Ford lias begun active preparations for Mississippi to be well represented in Dallas at the next reunion. Today he issued the following general orders: Headquarters Second Brigade, Mis sissippi Division, U, C. V. General Order No. 7. Holly Springs, Miss., March 20, 1902. The Brigadier Gen eral Commanding Second Brigade, Mississippi Division United Confeder ate Veterans, hereby announces the following staff officers, who will be obeyed and respected as such: Lieutenant Colonel Willliam M. Strickland, Holly Springs, Adjutant General and Chief of Staff. Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Harri son, Columbus, Assistant " Adjutant General. , , Maj. Thomas Spijfht, Ripley, Inspec tor General. Maj. J. B. Howard, Holly Springs, Assistant Inspector General. Maj. J. Warren Stephenson, Cole man, Commander and Quartermaster General. Maj. J. C. McNutty, Assistant Com missary and Quartermaster General, Corinth. Dr. R. H. Peel, Holly Springs, Sur geon General. Dr. Al A. Young, Assistant Suijgeon General, Oxford. Rev. J. B. Stone, Winona, Chaplain General; Rev. R. D, King, Tunica, As sistant Chaplain General ; Maj. R. A. Dean, Glendale, Chief of Ordnance; Maj. R. H. Taylor, Sardis, Judge Ad vocate General; Maj. J. V. Howard, Aberdeen, Chief of Cavalry; Maj. A. D..Chesterman, Holly Spring, Chief of Artillery; Maj. L. B. Mosby, Hejly Springs, Chief of Signal Corps; Maj. Lamar Fontaine . Histo rian, Lyon, Miss Lynu Brown, Brigade Sponsor, Water Valley; the following aides-de-camp, with rank of Captain: Jno. M. Allen, Tupelo; H. H. Barks dale, Grenada: J. R. Binford, Winona; J.W. Brady, "West Point; G.D. Brown, Water Valley; W. C. Cavitt, Macon; R. H. Baker, Lexington; C. H. Robert son, Hernando: T. L. Leake, Abbe ville; F. A. Montgomery, Rosedale; J. E. Love, Starkville; C. II. Campbell, Kosciusko: VV. M. Steele, Charleston; J. P. Alvis, Waterford; S. S. Miller. Laws Hill; W. A. Gillespie, Green wood; G. W. Eikin, Aberdeen; W. E. Hunt, Greenville; R. W. Jones, Ox ford; W. T. Hamilton, Carrollton; A. T. Bobo, Bii'tesville; W. B. Clarke, Belen; VV. S. Johnson, Kettleton; T. F. Herron, Pontotoc; W. G. Lorrick, Ilienzi; T. B. Kennedy, Vaiden; R. J. Abbott, Okolona: J. L. Collins, Coffee ville; Tom J. Eason, Coldwater; G. W. McKie, Cbulahoma ; S. C. Taylor, Richmond, Va.; T. M. Stratton, Nash ville, Tenn. The above staff officers will report to headquarters Mississippi Division at Dallas, Texas, April 22, for orders. 2. As no arrangements will be made to officially entertain brigade sponsors, yet the General Commanding suggests that the beautiful custom of sponsors for each camp be continued, as their badges will entitle them to official rec ognition at the many enjoyable social functions during the reunion. 3. The official route of this brigade will be over the Illinois Central rail road, via Jackson, .'Vicksburg and Shreveport. Ample accommodations have been guaranteed on special through trains without change on 20th of April. For rates and schedule ap ply to your nearest station agent. 4. Every Confederate veteran In the jurisdiction of this brigade is cordially Invited to be with us at the glorious occasion of our twelfth annual reunion for we are assured that the good peo ple of Dallas will extend you a royal Texan welcome. For further informa- I tion address C. L. Martin, Secretary I Texas Reunion Association, Dallas, Tex. The attention of camp officers is called to the section ot constitution re quiring annual dues to be paid before their delegates shall be entitled to par ticipate in the convention. (Official). By order of Wm. Garland Ford, Brigadier General Commanding. Wm. M. Strickland, Adjutant Gen eral and Chief of Staff, ' Brightening up for Easter-tide. "7t'H,"l ' Not only makes things look better but the paint used in decor ating is also preservative of wood, tin, metal --almost eyerythinj to which it is applied, outdoors or in. We have, a very complete line of ready-mixed paints; all colors, as well as white lead, varnish.turpen tine, linseed oil, etc, It is our desire to serve you well. ) J. HARTY." 315 N. Hinds Street, GOFviP ANY Agent John B. Scrugg Gtfcesiville, Mississipi CORONA COAL Best Screened Lump, Steam and Nut Goal 3 1" Greeiwie Grocery Co. STAPLE AIlDFAtlCTGROCERIES. 233 Washington Avence, GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI - t When You Drii and Vd O. B. CRITTENDEN, LEROY PERCY. . 0. B. CRITTENDEN & CO. c Liberal advancements made On consignments, sf9" GREENVILLE. : i i MISSISSIPPI JNO. P. BARNES. JHO. A. WOOLARD. CHAS. H. OWES. ooooooe ; JOHN F. BARNES & CO., Architects and uiders Cnurcnes, Court Houses, School Houses Opera Houses and Jails, Specialties. OREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI. choice: meats. Native nnrl Kansas City Always on Hand. HER BERT HIR. CH DfiinG in youp, jog ivomc COFFE You get the fc W. H. HOOD, ,Gret I For. Dental V. At Reasonable Pries Goto... ... DR. YOUlif Over Finlay's Drug Store. Iv tractcd without pain. r ALL PARTIES DES1E'4 .pant tj( First-Glass S, - ooooco- Will see me or leac: Greenville Hard ware Co. ; faction guaranteed. , oooocc JOE NE v CONTRACTOR- : sinnons. pai BROKER " Cotton Stocks, Gn viaions. Private wires cipal exchanges, New i cago, St Louis and New 1 , "RKTi-RBEwr: Merch"'-5:" Iters Banfe, Greenville. Greenville, Missis Notlee to the Creditor o r' at Kte lwton, B' Lettrn oCAdminietraUoa lis d to the nderlgned on 0 K" iy, 1W1, by th cSinoery eoi.' ton eountv. MiMlulppi. 0,1M " to persoaa hTlng nWi V . aid decedent to hsr the "'' KRlitend by th clerk of iM year from thlt date. nd fall" aid perlon will WiwrtD' Thli Norember 90th, 1W1.