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THtS TIMES : GREENVILLE, MliSSISSlITl, SATURDAY, MAKCTI 20, 1902.
WE OFFER A FULL LINE Of Brinklcy Plows, Middle Breakers Sweep and Scrapers. WE ARE ALSO DEALERS IN Chains, Horse Colllars, Blind Bridles, Single and Double Trees, Clevises ; Plow Lines, Hames, Etc. , - We are also agents for Superior Stoves and Ranges. Greenville Hardware Company. z Walnut Street Grocery Ladies Should Donate Pennant To the Winning Team in the Cotton States 'Base "Ball 1 League. ' 1 IT i " MM ttel hand the most ot groceries in s always on nplete stock icy and staple lines in this y. A trial order is all that 3essary to make you a regu custonier at this grocery. Will tlie ludiea whoso homes are withla tha radius of the Cotton Sutes Basebull Leazue Kot up a subscription for the pennant to bo .riven vho first team at the end of the soason? Tina was the Question put to the fair co workers for the great uatlqual game soma weeks ago and there nus not been a reply so far. Of course It is Simula modesty on the part of the la dles that some ! them have not taken Ihe lead In Retting the subscription started. . ' Manacer Rockwood suys that a tine silk pennant appropriately embroider ed and gotten ud in groat style, ac cording to the way the league pennants are made, would not cost in. actual money over $20. That part is nomi nal, but the iuU'iiusio value would be nothing compared to the sentimental attachment which would ho placed Uf on bin; line, if it were the. handiwork hi the Indies living in the towns .where tno teams nlav. Mr. Kockwood mi Rested that the American say that if tho ladies would take sufficient Inter est in this matter to net nil the sub sctiption, It would only take $5 from each of the league cities, lireenville, Jackson, Tenn., Vieksburg and Natch ez, and there we have it. with but lit tie trouble to get the money, and after that the league will appoint a commit tee ot ladies to select the material and have the pennant made. The ladies who will lend their time to this work should remember that tho pennant should be seen after right away, even before the season opens, if possible The teams can play much harder when they know that the peunat is already made and waiting to be won. Mr Rockwood nag suggested that the American aBk the ladies of vieksburg to subscribe as much as ten cents, or as much as they desir.i, to get up the Hitp rial urn for this nitv. Hod let the la dies in the other towns do likewise. IVir.li a vlaaf tsi BtllTinar lin ROTllP PiT t.hnuinam In t.hiri rrmt.tpl. MlH NutCiieiS. Greenville and Jackson, Tenn., pa- rwr are reouestea to vuuv tuin ai u cle. V leicsourg American. Chance of Schedule Pod. 8, 1901. Trein No. 124 Lt 11:00 .m. RlTrlile Norih iau i n:m p.m. inr.ni. wum " l; " H em .m. Vlckburg Aom " m Ar tiO p.m. " "... HI " H:an .m. POToy " 1 1. 4S30 P-n . " , , ' , " U'l :80 .m. tlsnd v" ' US Ar ia:05 p.m. " " 14(1 hv p.m. Huntington Acm ' 143 Ar :5 p.m. " 14 lit 10:l p.m Llnd Acm " . " It. rtr taw ." ... . , , rw (in MnnnuAt. f. T.l!inf1 H'lth t ruin, tn bi.w north end utli boa nil iruln. conni'c, tli.n nsmle t MdiiililiU n New Orlin with rtlToruing rosda. O. B. Hookii. r. A uracu.iiiu,.w..B. Jno. A Soott, D, P. A,, , Mempnifi. 'ienn. SHORTHAND: and TVI'KWRIT- ing done at the Cowan Hotel. ; , MIS8KATK UAtXOU. i SKAS. Phone No. 17. In Is fit Flirt. In COMPETITORS ;i - -Of .Gseear; furiiiture ! J. U Y I u- ? A n ;) anu y are t' S t 'i ad !-' c ani tic Delta eceived sof Coor ..11 is civ- IgS, The li-i;r-r-s imd-Tiost i-omplete 'Mm Ever brought to Greenville, con sisting of Ingrains, Brussels, Moquettes, Tapestry, Velvet and Body Brussels. Maul Admit It If you need lill You can save moce; by calling on 'W. Fric2S Reasonable. P Atkins & Jordan. URMTURE Wholesale and Retail. Rgs , Lace Certains, Mating, Carpet Wall Paper. And a Full line of NG5 We also carry the Eest Make Pianos, Organs and Sewing Alacnlnes. ; We Lead. See s for Bargains, iington Avenue. Phone 202. catkins & Jo-dan. 'I(ol Dyspepsia Cure nlrfftif s what vou cat. This preiiarnttori contains all of the I. -"t;iu-. Hii (:ie;i:sts all kinds of T.. t ...tnn-w)liaf and nAVRf , , " ' -.wri vou to eat all r:,"-.'.-' . - '."nt sensitive 'it,,' ' use m-'.-v tof;f . ; '1 'M- . nave tS fr'jiP'" - ' ' ( ;.. V i tile i.uo.' Dieting u . ;-iantt 'iafit' titit c'3 you Prenaredonlybv E.ti. JEVViTTyo.,uni-ai!o The tL bottle couU'-Us times tna mm. sua. Soft Harness V Too eu mak yoar bar DM m tort M fiova and aa tough aa wire by nalng EUREKA Bar memm Oil. Tou cao leogtben lu Ilia makalt last twit aa long aa It onlinarUf woold. EunnKA maktatpMr looking har imm Ilk. n.w. Mul. of Kuww kwllaH All incUilT praiMral to wlttt tbo Triialhtr 1 Bold wiinm :j In cm oil 1M. . 1 Kidt If STASSAKD OIL CO. mA Bonnet. If thou must love me, let It be for naught . Except for love's sake only. Io not saj "I love her for her smile nor look hot. UT!I 17 Of speaking gently for a trick of thougnt That falls In well with mine eertes brought A sense of pleasant ease on such a day," For these things. in themselves, be In.ri.r1 muff Be changed, or change for thee-and Iai.h en urr.illirlir. MaV be unwrought so. Neither love met lilt Thine .own dear pity's wiping my A creature might forget to weep who Dore Thy comfort long, and lose thy love there ny. But love me for love's sake, that ever Thou mayst love on through luvu's eternity. Mrs. Browning. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Condenaed Scbtd.i. K Cffaot via. ui . n f i h i hi in iinv Robinson's Dry Gc.,-'; l LAWYERS. LEROY PERCY. AITORNEY-AT-LAW. Cltlzons Bank Building, Greenville. JU. J. M, CASU'.N, LAWYER & NOTARY PUBLIC. OBttceovorCilUea'i Dank, Grueiivlllo. B.W, ThoinM A.J. Io 1M0MAS'&' ROSE, AT'J-OUNE Y S -AT-L A W.' Jdos over :;o;m "lam. Oreeuvllio, jiim. Then tell the merchant that z) sell out as cheap that he vHi . THE BASir.UPT Z. ovct his stotc before. Yen TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, J. li. WYNN, ATTORN i-i Y AT-LA V . OJSoola Wiicztnvki liuiWlns, lirpo ivilln. nritn hhl.lda an B. Uoui.14 SHIELDS & BODDSc, ATTOUN Kl'S AT, LAW. , wneufl 111 fluildliiE. Oroa.n il'.e, Mia. " rr:r.,-'V f A'r;o::Nhy.AT-L.Vv. rhflpB I'rilrjinc, Owtwlllo. Kt ATTOLJNIV AT-LAVV. ftSlftioicr Ha Wsoii Dro. t Co.. Grienv!o. E. J. D0-..CN. ATTORNEY-AT-LAT7. JCeoovcr HarblBon liro. ft Co., Croetivlllo. '.'m. GRIFFIN. ATTORN BY-AT-LAW. iimeln Pholp. Ilullding, Wahinittoii Avo. JTcTmpUa C. H. Martini CAMPBELL- & STARLING, ATI O ItN E Y R-AT-L A W. Bcmonfl 111 Kullcllng. Greenvillo, Mis. . ISootuouiorr 8. Montgometj A'.ontgoniery ; & Montgomery, ATTORN KYS-ATLAW. RMjuifleld H-jluir g, Giemvllle. MlM, i. . Juvuif H. CWatioa JAYNE & WATSON. AT'IORNEYS-AT-LAW. Greenrtlle, Mlailuippl. ' N. li. bCOTT, . . . LAWYER .r. Lake Village, Arkansas. Office neit door to poatoffice. 2-U-m, ti. ..! , .11 il mmi m il MI Ribbons Remember Silk Ribbons, Satin Ril Taffeta Ribbons . All at '. i 1 . i vr-. ODirvso 2 R 3 Robinson's 75c Ribbon will be soul in this Bankrupt Stile for Robinson's 50 cent Ribbons will all fro in this Great Bankrupt Sale at Robinson's 80 cent Ribbons are marked for this Sale at r: it' Robinson's 20 cent Ribbsns are- now, for Aw the remaining fow days of this salo ' V Robinson's 10 cent-Ribbons go in this historic Bankrupt sale for 0tr Towels J Oc, J 5c and 25c pet pair. Lo?s If. Childrcns i $1 50 shoes now 75c. 23 C 65c. $i shoes now 50c. 75c shoes now 4Cc. Linings ill f ian Fact I v v . HEBHON & KINN1SON, 1 ATTORNEYS-AT-L AW, Leland, Miss. Will practice in all the courts of the state. We loan money on Improved plantations at 8 per cent interest. Call and see us about a loan. It will be to your advantage. : . . . ml. No. S? 4.40pm 6.07pm 5.3Hpm 6.59pm &2Kpm .:)pm 7.S5Dm 6.07pm y.o8pm 10.80pm 11 Ulpm 11.25pm 12.1. am 1.05am 2.30am &.40am Na36 .dam 4.45am 5.15am 5.:i6am 6.00am 6.20am 7.12am 7.49am s.4Dam 10. 05am Stations. 12 OSnm ;n,2uara 10.l5:im 10.2im b.5oam K.Snara 8.41ura 7.5UUB 6.3:um 4 S5:im 4. 15am S.OSum .4um l.'.'ftiim lu.iopin H .... on i do Piillmnii Kin'nrnff Cafi Detweeri GreepTllte ana uirmiinnmu. lvOrconvlllo ar ...Ellmbetti... TnillftnnltL. . . ...Moorhead... ...Itta Bena... ..Greenwood. ...Carrollton. .. .Winona.... Runnra .... .West Point. KUnamlar Columbus lv 10.50am 1 1. 45am 12.12pm l.lonm! 4.00pm lv Columbus ar . . . Kennedy ....Fayette. Corona . ar Birm'hamlv No. So 12. loam 11.38pm ll.iupm l.48pm 10.24pm io.o:ipm .32nm 8.48pm 7.48pm 6.37pm 6.00pm 5.5npm 4.58 pm 4.32l.m iSfrom ISSopm "NoTsf Stations. Lv Birmingham Ar Anninton Ar Atlanta...., Lv Atlanta.... ..'.. Ar Charlotte Ar Danville.. Ar Lynchburf. ...... Ar Washington.... .. Ar Baltimore Ar Philadelphia Ar New York......... Ar Boston No. 38 6 00am & 10am 11.30am 1.00pm fl.l.lTim ll.Ktfjm l.&am 6.42am 7.5ftam lift 15am 12.43pm v.oopm So. 86 4.10pm ftgrlnm 10.15pn) 12.50um t.20arn 1.25pm 4.07pm 0.00pm I1.35pra 2. Mum ti. l.tiim 8.00pm at. i.W..l.ln.nn Jtr Rl.llfhOTAatJ.Pn Tjim. ited.' Solid Pullman Vestibnled train Atlanta to New York, oarryini Pullman Sleeping cat Birmingham to New York, Dining oar east ol Atlanta. Pullman Library Observation oar At lanta to New York. Pullman Club car Atlanta to Washington. No. 86 "U. S. Fast MalL" Pullman Drawing room Sleeping ears Birmingham to Richmond nd Atlanta to New York. Cafe car Birming ham 10 Atlanta and Dining caw Blackstmrg to Washington. STATIO!8. Lv Greenville Ar Birmingham Lv Birmingham (A.O. S.) ..... Ar Chattanooga (A. U. S.) Lv Cbatunoog Ar Lexington Ar Cincinnati Ar Louisville. No. 88 No. 36 4? 15am 4.00pm s 5onm iu90pm 10 opm 5.55an 8.10am 4.40pm! a 4(r,Lm fi.45am 40am 10.00am 5.15om ?.30nm 7.30; m! lm for Sale. Bciutiful Building lots In .. $ the Coming City on $ the Gulf Coast, ft , . . ii tvUITDOrt. 1V11SS. A g ' ' S From $126 to $175 per lot. The lots are 50x190 feet. Also line jjj Delta Plantations for sale. For g m Haps and full particulars apply v t 1 ED. A. DALTON, t 'fit Leland, Miss. t mlngham and Birmingham to Cincinnati with out ohange. . No. to Pullman Sleeping Car Birmingham to Louisville and toCUcinnatL "Statioks. . No.8eiNa Lf Greenville..... Ar Birmingham Lv liiiminicham. Ar Chattanooga... .......... Ar Knoivilla Ar Asnerllle : Ar Bristol. Ar Washington... Ar Philadelphia.. r New York., 4.40pm 1.40am &.45am a. 40am 1. 10pm 0. 15pm 5.45pm 6.52am 10. 15am 12.43pm 4 IKam 4.00pm A.50nm lasipm 1.40am 6.5"am 7.0am oop5 5am 6.13am Ingbam and Birmingham to New York. Cafe Observation oar A nulla. Ala., to Radtord. Va. No. 86 carries Fullman Sleeper Birmingham to Chattanooga, connecting at Chattanga with train carry in Sleeper and Day Coaches Chattanooga to Salisbury without change with thro Sleeper to Danville. Danville to New York. Stations. Lv Birmingham... Ar Annlston. Ar Atlanta, Lv Atlanta Ar Macon Ar Jesnp Ar Jacksonville..., JesuD.. Ar Brunswick No. 36 4.10pm 6.30pm 10.15pm 1ft 45pm IZ-fam, 5.20am: 7.45am No. 3a 6 00am i 10am ll.Hoam i:05pm 885pm o Tl".. .... ...... .- nd Atlanta to Jacksonville; a-.o Atlanta to ttnmtwi. Cafe ear BSrmitsrham Lo Atlanta. No. 88 crrla Pullman Sleeping cur iilrmlog bam to Atlanta, and Atlanta to Maooa. All trains nin daily. T 8. O asvon "v r o. w . Wahfticwvn.D.O. W. A 1 . A P. T M . V. - . -i l C. sn? . t u r a . i r. tt Jit.I.-u.'t.l P.A.li V Cotton Factors. O. B. CiarrasDSU. Lbrot Pot. 0. B. CRITTENDEN & CO. COTTON FACTORS. ; Liberal advances made on consign ments. Phone No. 81. HxustT I keys. JonsQ. AKcaia. HENRY T. IREYS & CO. -iCOTTON FACTORS-, Liberal advancements made on con ingments. Phone No. 67 24 Main 8U ABE R' "M Cotton Factor.' Liberal advances made on consign ments. Phone o. 235 Washington ave. WAULDAUER COHON CO. D0TT0N FACTORS Liberal advances made on consign, ments. 236 Wasbigton ave. Phone 28 A RARE TREAT. The "Island Queen, " the largest and most beautiful boat which rides inland waters, will give an ATfMireinn on Tuesday evening. April 8th, under the auspices of tne ureenvuie ntiKs, - iu will leave at 8 p. m and return at 19 r. m Thn "Island Oueen" is a five decker and has a capacity to carry o,uou passengers, out ooiy 3,000 will be allowed on a trip, so as to allow, those aboard to have plenty toom for enjoyment. The dancing cabin can't be excelled. It has a beautiful floor and is 34 feet wide and 180 feet deep. An elegant observation cabin is on the fourth deck. A first class band of music will be on aboard for those who delight to trip the light fan tastic: The price of the trip, 50 cents, will be very reasonable, so as to allow everybody to take ad vantage of same. Children will be charged 25 cents. DUNLAP HATS. ' ,- 'Latest Spring Shapes jest received Sol. Brill. Lost. A grtld rinjT w'h ftnH-!,'-t p '. on Main Street, IV ,.v r. . u I r re turn ame to t-, is t '"li tr J. & P. Coats' Thread 3 Spools for 10 Cents BANKRUPT r April SALE lobinson's Cotton Bayers. Doctor: S. B. WILSON COTTON BUYER. -Office Main St., next to Elysian Club rooms. W. C CRAIG & CO. COTTON BUYERS. Office WiUszlnski Building, Wash tonavedue.. EDWARD HOLLAND. . COTTON BUYER. Offloe Walnut Street, J. H FISHER & CO. H. K. FISHER. ....... TOWNSEND, C0IE & CO. c, a cowie, REPRESENTATIVE. . C. E. F. HALL & CO. H-ESKRIGGE. , "... Representative. STEWART & BERRY A. STEWART. . . . . RepresasUtlv. E. P. 0DENEAL, M. LV' PHYSICIAN ASDSURGEC:- Office In Phelps Building, "flies Sous U Ulp. m., and 4 to 6 p. w. Phou. A. 0. PAYNE, M. D, PHYSICIAN AND' St7UGEC? :T. Office In Wsinherg Bnlldiiig,. WaJW.i: va. Tel.phoae K S. J. D. SMYTH E, ftl. PHYSICIAN AND SUltC:; Ottea apttalr. over drill's stoi,.VH-. tonava. Xol.phUaa a - CH. JONES, ALD PHYSICIAN & SUEGCC:'. Office over Finlav's dni r. UeaV-.-j.ot South Shelby street, xraanvillt CM.ClJRRLLL,nl.iJ., PHYSICIAN AND SURC2 Off ca Clark drac stora. ;Beaida t. phone ua. H. G. VINCENT. Office ore J.O. Ovaanley'i " : f '- . Mala Stmt. STANLEY HENSHAW. Offloaovar Prank Binder's Washtngeon Ave Vim. CRUMP & CO. Elk's OH Room, s-Binsri at E. C. S.MVTHS W. Lv ""PHYSICIAN AND SUK.T: : T Of- over Tlrlll'a stora. Boras?";, '' 1 lad vt aanmiiioa, ave. PHYSICIAN &KUiXrX Offie aval Fialajr'adrfts awn. 1m Aoui avas. M. O. SITlVErt rnvsuiAS AMI M l. ' Ofn-e over ( r-. .- -' c. n. L'v, Offloe over C" L. V. I