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THE TIMES GUKKXVILLEK MISMSII'PI. SATKUPAY MARCH SI. 1W
aig.'.';.-i.':ki,Hiirffartft-: .'naifcdM t - 4 . 4 ' I Double Si novels. HEADQUARTu FOR Hoes, Ptfmps, Pipe and Points. - 5 ........ W. . .' - . fit anner Pianiox Apts for JAMES & GRAHAM WAGONS M . . .J i 1 " J H'.. .i -"l 'J Wc solicit your mail orders. Goods shipped same day order is received. Planter Jr. and John Deere Cultivators just received. Come and see us or write for prices, wnoiesaie or yxxaw. e-hoob har: DWA Washington Avenue, Greenville, Mississippi. vssimsas m , MISSISSIPPI PRESS. A new steamboat is plying the Pearl river between Jackson and Cartilage making freight rates very cheap. Before the civil war a number of steamboats were engaged iu this traffic between these points during the winter mouths, Rud many keel bouts falso were enpced iu carrying cotton to Jackson, :t'.-.nii::g carried bug ging, roper::' "T-eries to the various landings. It may be that some of onr yonug readers never saw a keel boat. They were about thirty feet long and about eight feet wide with , platform all arouud, and were taken tiou of his oath as a lawyer to pro- I tect the interests of his clients. The question will doubtless reach the su preme court for settlement. Brook haven Times. YOUR EYES. A new railroad has been chartered by the Peusacola.Meridiau and North western Railroad Company. Well known Mississippi and St. Lousi cap italists are the p-oiurters of ill s io:id, which will ril! i:ci iVi:iiLl;i to Memphis, crossing thevUabama line near Meridian, and then pass through either Winona, Grenada or Water Valley. We hope to see Grenada so enre the new road as it would be a upstream by means of poles with I great advantage to the town. Gre honks on the ends, similar to the hooks used by the railrroad men at this place for handling ice. The men catching on to the limbs of trees and walking backwards, thus propell ing the boat. If the government -would pull out suags iu our rivers it would help the people of this state rery much. McComb City Enterprise. One of the best (evidences of the prosperity of oar county and the in crease iu th i value of her lauds was the great imaud, spirited bidding and high price offer.l for her lands sold. Of conlse the ;;:eat LiulU of the land will be redeemed and remain iu the hands of the party delinquent, but the eviueut desire of other people to possess the land is the very best indi cation of value. Iudiauola Tocsin. The planters of every county in .Mississippi must have good ro.ds, good j vear l)V schools and goon churches, to make them happy and contented. This fact is rapidly growing dominant. Senatobia Democrat. nada Sentinel. There are many young men who would like to rise in the business world, but for some reason they do not. In most instances, the trouble is with themselves. It is not enough to be honest ; one mnst know things. After knowing things, there must be the ability to manage one's sjlf. Of all the victories the young man can achieve, the most valuabe for his success is the complete mastery of liia nwn faculties. The young man The Proper Correction of Which is Not a Metcmtile, But a Profes sional Proposition. Most invariably people who have, for years, been having trouble to pro cure glasses suitable to their eyes have been laboring under the impression that the principle value of a pair -if eyeglassi s or spectacles were ir the quality of the material used in their construction. They do not stop to consider that the only true value that ian be placed on a pair of glasses is cn the perfect and accurate correction of each and every defect existing in each eye, not only in the restoration of vision, but in overcoming all troubles caused by structural defects, such as pains in the back of the head extending down the neck into the I shoulders or spine, nervousness, dizzi ' uess, sick stomach, a smarting, br.ru I ing sensation, with shooting pains in , the eyeballs and a drowsy sensation i while reading or doing close work. But few people at first thought j seem to appreciate the fact that to obtain these results requires the ser vice of a thoroughly competent, skill- with good character and energy ana- the ability of self-control, can force his way through the line to the very top of his business or profession. Yazoo Sentinel. i carrying streams The revenue agent in trying to un cover money loaned in Yieksburg lias run against a new snug. He sum moned O. S. Robbius, a lawyer, and interrogated him as to whom he loaned money as trustee. The lawyer refused to give the information on the groand that it would lie in viola- Deepen the inland water ways and open them for navigation. Mississip- , pi is losing millions of dollars every , the failure to cultivate the capacity of these useful Commence to petition the j congressmen from this state to make extra effort during the next session of congress for an appropriation suiti- ciently large to open these rivers to ; uavigatou and place the channels ::: such condition that boats of light j draft will be able to ply the waters uine months iu the year. Meridian Star. A BOY'S WILD RIDE FOR LIFE. With family around expecting him to die, and a sou riding for life, 18 miles, to get Dr. King's New Discov ery for consumption, coughs an colds, W. H. Brown, of Leesville,' Ind. , en dured death's agonies from asthu.ii; but this wonderful medicine gave in stant relief and soon cured him. He v riles:" I now sleep soundly every night. ' ' Like marvelous cures of con sumption, pneumonia, bronchitis, coughs, colds and grip prove its matchless merit for all trhoat and lung troubles. Guaranteed bottles 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free at A. B. Finlay's drugstore. ELECTION NOTICE. In the matter of ordering a special election for the issuance of $50,000 of city bonds for the purpose of paving certain streets : Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the O'ty Council of Greenville that a special election be held at the City Hall in the City of Greenville, ou Wednes day, the first day of April, 1U03, to ascertain the will of the qualified electors of the City of Greenville in the mattaer of authorizing by vote, the issuance by the city council of EYESIGHT . SPECIALIST AND OPTICIAN. One place in Greenville worthy of your investigation is that of Dr. P. Korublum, where satisfactory correc tions are assured. The methods em ulnvert liv him are indeed remarkable. and iu a great many cases he has Greenville of Fifty Thousand Dollars made corrections that seemed almost I of Twenty Year Bonds of the city impossible where many others had ' beaiug interest at a rate not exceeding failed. His book contains the names Ave (5) per cent, per annum, Z1 1 ' j saaaflff"M rrwSlWmSSl 3, isW ' iSsinnSBlii"1 DON'T LnbOii Under the delusion that it is possible to buy LUMBER equal to that in onr yards at lower prices ur iieUe.i slock at the same pices. On'1 scale of pricos i so nicely adjusted that the quality always slightly overbalances the cost. Let us estimate on your needs. Planters Lumber Go. Long Distance Telephone No. 201. of over a hundred of our best people whom he has sncessfully fitted with glasses iu the past sixty days. Adv. FOR SALE. - Household furnishings, furniture and piano. Apply at Mrs. J. Alex nder, 123 South Hinds. I ! If you want early seed corn go to Gei. Wilhelm, 123 Main St., Green- vile, Miss. NEW TELEPHONES. The Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Com pany has issued a statement of its business for the month of January, and the growth of subscribers is shown as follows: Number of subscribers, January 1st, .03 Number added during January Number discontinued during Jauuary Net increase for the month 4,077 3,330 92,425 697 Total subscribers, January 31, 1903 93,122 111" m CO ,.lCO' re .the0 1 . - - - '. -V,. ttTwv- -raw 1 C;.-(.61W k OT III. Lovey silo at Mary," just out. For Archer's Book Store. TRUSTEE'S SALE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN'. That under and by virtue ol the authority conferred upon me in a certain Trust Deed. CKecuied by Wil liam Hultshof to me as Trustee for The Scottish American Mortgage Company, limited, dated day ot December. itM). in the office of the Clerk j issuance by the city council of Green of the Chancery Court, In Washington County, i ville of Fifty Thousand Dollars of State ot Mississippi, default having been made ! tweutv velir bonds of the citv, bearing mncli of said sum of Fifty Thousand Dollars as may be necessary in paving the following streets, towit: Walnut street from its intersection with the south line of Central avenue, to the north line of its intresectiou with Washington avenue; Wagliington av enue from Walnut street to DeLesseps street; Main street from Walnut to Shelby street and Poplar street from Main strete to Washington avenue. Sec. 2. Be it further , ordained, That the city clerk give notice of said special elcetiou by publication in The Greenville Democrat of the following notice, towit: NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION. Notice is hereby given that a spe cial election will be held at the city hall, in the city of Greenville on Wednesday, the first day of April, 1!)03, to ascertain the will of the qualified electors of the city of Greeuville in the matter of authorizing by vote, the Your Money Away, When yo can invest it in a HOME for yoof wile and children, which will prove to them, after yoo are dead, a friend and fortune. 4 From Your Weekly Salary, If you uieu lalmnns: iruri. mui con I uy a Lome from u! by payinjrajNirt6f.it eneli week, or mc nib. on your selection. Hy so doinjr, v ith the iuci i-usiujr !ily vulnes in city proper- J ty, you will rind that vour luvestmet w ill net you. 20 Pe Cent on Yotit Money. Eugeno Field's Views on Ambition and Dye popsla. "Dyspepsia," wrote Eugene Field, "often incapacitates a man for endeavot am onion. ruoun great aespue nil complaint Field suffered from indiges tion all nil life. A weak, tired stomach can't digest your food. It needi rest. Tou can only rest It by the us of a preparation like Kodol, which re lieves it of work by digesting your food. Rest toon restores it to its normal ton. Strengthening, Satisfying, Envigorating. Prepared only by E. O. DiWitt & Co., Chicago. XiiM $L buula contains iii Umoa thWc Hu A. . LUMh AND SEE US AT ONCE un.i set a 1M of out City ami Country Pioiiertv. Dslav nienr.s liws in vou. I' may lie today we have what you wiitu ti.niorrow it is sold. If you want to Rent, Boy, Sell or Lease a Home or Plautation, come and see u we can do it I Church & Shelton, CrS":' B- scoured by said Trust Deed, and havln? been duly requested to make sale of the real estate conveyed to me in said Trust Deed, in order to pay the said Indebtedness, I will on Monday, the 13th day of April, 1003, at the principal door of the courthouse in the Town or Greenville, in the County of Washing ton. State of Mississippi, between the hours of in a. m. and 4 p.m., offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash th following described real estate: South half of south half of Section 30; northeast quarter of southeast quarter of Sec tion 3i); southeast quarter of northeast quarter of Section 30; southwest quarter of Section 31; south half of northwest quarter of Section 31; northwest quarter of northwest quarter of Sec tion 31; northwest quarter of southeast quarter of Section 31, and west half of southwest quar ter of southeast quarter of Section 31. Township 14 north. Range 9 west, containing in all 682.4 acres, more or less, situated In the County of Washington, State of Mississippi. All rights to valuation or appraisement of said real estate, all rights of exemption, homestead and dower, and alt rights of redemption have been waived and conveyed In said Trust Deed, and the un designed as Trustee, will sell said real estate free of all such rights or Interests. Said sale will be made without warranty of title. Any party to whom said property, or any portion thereof, may be struck off. must at once deposit in cash one-tenth of the sum bid, otherwise theXsr.id bonds reoffercd. HENRY L SHELDON, A COpy. interest at a rate not to exceed five (o) per cent, per annum, or so much of said sura of fifty thousand dollaiR as may be necessary for the purpose for paving the following streets, to wit : Walnut street from its intersec tion with the south line of Central : avenue, to the north line of Washing-1 ton avenue ; Washington avenue from Walnut street to DeLesseps street ; Main street from Walnut street to Shelby street and Poplar street from Main street to Washington avenue. Sec. 8. Be it further ordained. That Arcjiie Baugh, S. D.Wilsou nnd Mnx Lemler be, and they are hereby appointed election commissioners with full power and authority to perform all duties in respect to .Baid election prescribed by law. And Archie Baugh, tne of said election commissioners, is hereby designated to have printed and distributed the official! ballot to use in election, for or against the issuance of GO TO F8AHK BINDERS . FOE .. . .JEWELRY. . B PHONE 272. R.W.TILFORD iiy ee- B- M v sto eareluiiv lected articles in CUT GLASS, STERLING SILVER, JEWELRY, CLOCKS, BMC BRAC, Etc., la of the highest irrade goous within reach of nil. IK YOU WANT... Wedding Gifts or Presents C U and see uie. FRANK BINDER, WASHINGTON AVE. GET YOUR AT THE-- TWIN DRUG STORES. Clam Drujr C: PHONE 70. Greenville, miss., Cct. 23, 1902. Vnn Vleet Mansfield Drup: Co., Memphis, Tenn. Dour Sir: We bend you today per I. C. K. K 1 Gross Dixie Antiseptic. I Gross Dixie Cough Cure I Gross Dixie Antiseptic Soap. j Thnnkiu? vou fnr same and with j i wiitvr regards to Sam Anderson. W i- lvtiiaiu, ( j Yours trnlv, j ti KEEN VILLE DRUG CO. B Government Bond. vhen vou b.iy our lumber a 9I" thing. We pride ourselves quality nnd reliability, 'fl with promptness in fillin.2 order constitute our liest business asf 11 And they brin? us tratle. If V" need anything in thoroughly sei soned lumber, we can supply on short noti.e, lowest prices. J. J. HARTY, 215 Hinds St. Greenville, Mi" 8-724 Trustee. W. Yerger, Clerk.