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i THE COMMONWEALTH. If you have any news of a personal or social nature send it in we will esteem it a favor Stein Brew., grocers np to date City Marshal. C. !.. McBride, the capital city last Sunday French canned peas at visited Casper's. Mrs. T Stuige Marye has been on the sick list for a short time. Mrs. T. B. Cunliffe. of Lexington.was in Greenwood last Saturday. Mr. W A Bounds, of Maryland, was in the city on business Monday. s your orders for paints and Send oils. Henderson & Baird. Mrs. Ben Jones, of Snnnyside. shopping in Greenwood Monday. Mr. Wm. Baker, of Columbia, was on Greenwood's streets last Monday. was Corn, oats and hay at Casper's. Mr. P. Tolar, express agent at Yazoo City was in this city last Saturday. Mrs. Rockwood, of Vicksburg, is visit ing Mrs. W. T. Chapman this week. A splendid line of harness at Henderson & Baird. Mr. R. B. McMahon, of Indianola, visitor to Greenwood Monday. Mrs. E. E. Bexv. of Snnnyside, visiting Greenwood friends Monday. Stein Bros, are leaders in fine import ed and domestic family groceries. Mr. J. P. Martin, of Columbus, was sojourning in this city the first of the week. Mv. R. W. Baird, of Fort Loring. was registered at the Reiman House last Monday. Shrimps, crabs and shells at was was Casper's. of Baird, Mrs. Duncan and family, have been visiting Mrs, E. I. Dean this week. All goods sold by E. Hyman & Bro., are delivered free within the corporate limits. of Shell McIntyre. Mr. Gordon mound, was in the city on business last Friday. ,7(1(1 bushel Clay Peas, for sale cheap W. C. Peel. by Miss Emma Morris, Itta Bena's pop ular postmistress, spent last Friday in Greenwood. W. S. Cunningham has opened a bi cycle repair shop at bis office, and so licits your patronage. Silver Shield breakfast bacon, the fin est to be had, at Stein Bros. Miss Mayre Brent and Mr. Boonie Hicks visited Greenwood's pretty little suburb, Sidon. last Sunday. Onr enterprising merchant prince, lias been in Memphis business for the past week. Just received dried apples and prunes Casper's. .s, of Itta Bona, for mer lessee of the hotel Arnold, was in the city on lmsinoss last Friday. Stein Bros, are the sole agents in this city for the celebrated Peach Blossom flour - the finest on earth. Fresh California canned fruits at E. Hvman & Bro. J. E. Dennis, The "wheels" were nn ; Mr. R. T. Jones on at Mr. M. H. J M. Turner and II. V. were among the Messrs. G. Meat-ham, of sillon visitor» to Greenwood Saturday. Our line of buggies is well worth seeing. Henderson & Baird. Mrs. J. K. Vardainnn nnd children are visiting Mr. and Min. J. D. Money at their beautiful Woodstock home. Messrs Russell Jonc» and R. H Hicks, Sr., prosperous residents of Sidon, were visitors to Greenwood last. Monday. Keep cool: Cooling beverages and ice at J. E. Dennis' ice cream parlor. cream Mr. W. F. Boyd, of Grenada, who ar rived here recently with a carload of mules, returned Tue day to his home. Rieh and refreshing ice cream and soda water nt the parlor of Miss Hettie Bonner, of Helena. Ark., arrived yesterday on n visit to lier uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Allison. Mr. W. P. Bissett, checker for the Southern Railway, accompanied by his wife, spent last Friday In Greenwood. Yon will save money by buying gro ceries at E. Hyman & Bro. Silver Shield lard, the purest nnd best made, can be found at Stein Bros. A pleasant and well-attended dance enjoyed by a number of the lovers was of the graceful pastime last Monday night. Chenango cheese the most delicious, Caspers. at Messrs. Ben Humphreys. Lester Bar nnd Sam Stein "wheeled" it to Carroll ton Sunday, der the railway ooaoh, however. Ladies belts nnd purses in all the newest designs at C. E, Gillespie & Co s, Mr». W, F. Ashley, nee Mi« Ida Jones, will arrive In the city tills even ing to spend a few day» with her moth, er » family.--Clarion-Ledger, May 23. Mrs. Polly Duncan and Mr». Claude Price were elected from the Methodist ffuiiday school to the »täte convention ryhich convenes in Yazoo Cjty June 1. Give us your orders for screen ifiior» ami window» Odd styles a specialty. Henderson & Baird. Messrs J. S. McDonald, Dr. Bright and Will Potent have been doing tlie lease Walton net gathering jn t.hp •fjnnjr bpnqtie^ ■' at'lake Ifimrr this W9e1»' Remember meat anil meal are ad vancing. but our prices are still the same. F. Hyman & Bro. Mr. H. F Young, one of Itta Bena's enterprifiiig and energetic merchants was in Greenwood on knaineaa Wednes day Onr young friend. Tom Dean, of Baird, was over this week and rejxirta everything lovely in his neck of the moral vineyard. Prof. C E. Saunders left this week for his home in Okolona. where he will remain n short time before attending the Normal at Oxford. If onr Wonder Freezer does not freeze in five minutes with 10 pounds of ire, we will make yon a present of one Henderson A Baird. Mrs .1. D Tanner, of Vicksburg,with her two interesting children, .left and Bessie, are the guests of Mrs. Sue East and Mrs. C. W. Wells this week. We have a few dinner sets left that we are selling at a bargain Call and see them right away. C. E Gillespie & Co. A large party of convicts, chained together, arrived in Greenwood last Tuesday and proceeded on their way to the Dabney farm on foot. Stein Bros, guarantee Silver Shield hams to tie the best,or money refunded. Mr. R M Barrentine.who has recent ly removed from McNutt to Heming vas in the city this week and way, made The Commonwealth a pleasant call. Hon. J Holmes Baker, a prominent ami popular lawyer of Indianola, and ex-state senator, accompanied his wife on a shopping visit to Greenwood Tuesday. You can always get the right prices on groceries at E. Hyman & Bito. Mr IL M. Pitman the genial agent of the Southern railway, left the first of the week for Memphis to meet his wife, who lmR been visiting relatives there for some time. Tlie Fiftli Sunday meeting of the Yazoo association of Baptist clergymen meets here Friday and Saturday, a number of excellent essays and ad dresses will he delivered. ('apt. P. \V. Shearer, one of the liest known and most highly respected trav eling men who visit Greenwood, was in tlie city Tuesday in the interest of P. P. Williams Co., of Vicksburg. Mrs. McCabe and family, who have for five weeks been residing in the hills in order to escape the high water, passed through Greenwood Monday on the way to their home in Maryland. Our young and handsome friend, Jos. George Lovell, of Houston. Texas, was in Greenwood Wednesday on a visit to friends and relatives. He gave The Commonwealth a pleasant call. The first train on the Southern rail way to run through to Indianola since the (fixai, made the trip Monday night. It is expected that trains will run through to Greenville this week. Miss Lizzie May Coleman, much to the delight of her many young friends, returned from Memphis last, Monday, where she has been for the last two months under medical treatment. The meeting of the hoard of mayor' and aldermen to be held next Tuesday will be an important one and of special interest,from the fact that the details of the establishment of a system of water works will be discussed. The instruments for the cornet band were ordered last Tuesday morning. They will consist of a full set of 12 pieces, nnd it is expected that in a very short time the court house will he eon verted into a first-class music foundry. Next Sunday will bo Children's Dnv at the Presbyterian church. The little ones will hold full sway, nnd the ser vices will be of an interesting nature. Preparations are being made for an ex eellent musical program. The children's service at the Method ist church last Sunday was well attend ed nnd a most excellent program was rendered. Snpt. R. T. Jones, F. R. Austin, R. Thayer nnd others made some interesting talks, while the recita tions by the little lmls and lasses were very interesting. Next Sunday a two weeks protracted meeting will he inaugurated at the Baptist church. The services will Vie conducted by Rev. G. B. Butler, of Lexington, assisted by Rev. W. E. Ellis the pastor. It is expected that consid erable interest will lie manifested in these meetings. In the event of another Ainsi Prof. Rice would be in about as safe circum stances ns was Noah in the great delnge. His boat may be likened to the ark. and tlie resemblance is more notieable from the fact that the Electric inventories the following live stock : H dogs, 2 eats. 1 goat, 1 squirrel. 2 chickens. 3 mocking birds and 1 canary. Rev. J. W. Price, accompanied by his charming young daughter, Miss Maggie, have arrived home from Holly Springs. The doctor delivered the com mencement sermon at Epworth College at above place last Sunday. Miss Mag gie s many friends will be glad to know that she graduated at this magnlHolent college, If the hoard of mayor and aldermen conld lint hear the many fervent left handed prayers which are daily ottered by pedestrians compelled to do the Rooky Mountain Goat Act over the up ended and misplaced side walks on River Front, they would tas» mm» action to lessen the difficulty of navigating that thoronghfare. ("apt. H. D. Cameron, of Meridian, who is well known through the south in generaBand this section in jarUcular. favored us with s e-fill Wednesday t'spt t'linieroii represent« the firm of CrutksBnnk A- Clayton general man agers of (he southern department of the Conne'ieiit Life Association, of Water bur/ Conn. Tlie Globe 1 >ein< n-r;it says "The wa least given the (.reeks good sprint ii>K practice for the ncxl revival of the Olympian trames. " Our former townsman. A. J Read, came over from Carrollton last Monday, retnmintr next mornintr. Mr. Read hr« opened a grocery store in North Car rollton. | la < at Dispatch Sergoant .1 M. Parchman of the state ]>enitentiary, Stopped off in Greenwood last Saturday on his way to the convict camp at Dabney. He was the bearer of pardons to two of the con vieta. He intends to ascertain the eon dition of the land in the vicinity of the there are a largo nnmber of camp, convicts to lie transported there in the near future. The district meeting of the Woman's Parsonage and Home Mission and Foreign Mission societies will meet in Greenwood nt the Metlnxlist ohnreli June 5. Members of txith sociaties are expected. Everylxxly is cordially in vited to attend, nnd nil members are earnestly reipiested to lie present, these meetings were attended a* they should lie we would learn more of this is If great and good work that is living ae eomplished by the women of the loved southland. Program of the service* will lie given next week. Remark*!»* Family Fifty years ago today Mr. Jas. Z. George nnd Miss Elizntieth B. Young were united in marriage, in the little town of Carrollton. Mr. Georg* was 30 years old and his bride 11), There have been bora of this couple It children nine of whom are still living- two having died in their infancy. The old est child. Miss Fannie G. George, of Hattiesburg, is 49 years old, their youngest, Mr. J. W George, of Yazixi City, is 37 years old. There are 29 grand children having lost four and fonr great-grandchildren. All of these children nnd grandchildren, with their husbands nnd wives, are invited to Co tes worth today to n dining. If all could accept there would lx 1 fifty-one people seated at the table Besides Mr. and Mrs. George. leu fur Tlie Co NVl wi-allli. Nixht Song of the Mocking Bird. implil amt fall il)sm the algid Reiieath tlie roumhsl mutin. Mask- is poart-tl. the Jubilee of spring Breaks Into tunc. i From tnidnlgli Itipplcs froir A pure Thrilling through mt II du wu tie* sire one small thront. .1 varied icy cry The scent of May. the gl Ingleci I mory. and hope, and Joy. Co And oekery of care. >h bird, whose •Indies et chant. A fide« fort, and Inspire. echo n the celestial choir! aches Slice thy strut Km •Cjriss saiiz. Notice. Beginning Tuesday, May 37th, tho Southern railway will resume train «er vice between Itta-Bena and Heatliuinn, Miss., which was discontinued on no count of high water. Summer Resort». Many delightful summer resorts arc situated on and reached via the South ern railway. Whether one ileaires the seaside or the mountains, the fashion aide hotels orqniet country homes, they can tie reached via this magnifleient highway of travel. Asheville, N. C., Roan Mountain, Tenu., and the mountain resorts of East Tennessee nnd Western North Carolina, The land of the sky,"— Tate Springs. Tenn . Oliver Springs, Tenn., Lookout Mountain, Tenn.. Lith ia Springs, Ga., the varions Virginia Springs, also the seashore resorts are reached by tlie Southern railway on convenient schedules and at very low rates. Tthe Southern railway has issued a handsome folder, entitled "Summer homes and resorts, " descriptive of near ly 1000 summer resorts and hotels and boarding houses,including information regarding rates for board at the differ ent places and railroad rates to reach them. Write to C. A. Bensooter, Assistant General Passenger agent, Southern railway. Chattanooga. Tenn., for a copy of this folder. Best Keg Pickle* at Casper's. Rates to Kaoivlll*. t Iig occasion of I ho meeting of t lie Sum* choolof tho V. M. C. A. ut Knoxville. 19-27. 1*97. ths Houthorn Hallway will»» and rot ho round trip; tickets • IS to 19 Inclusive, good to K Tenn.. Ju will sell tickets rate of < will l»o sold .1 return until Juno .V. 1*97. fall on anr agent of the Mouther» Hallway for Information. h at fair ti Gold Medal Molasse» at Caspers. Flood of Soda Water. To Un, Publie: I have arranged to furnish the trade the liest soda water ever served to the people of Greenwood. It is pure, de lightfully flavored, and will 1« nicely served. 1 shall hare at all times every variety of flavoring, the pure fruit juices and everything calcnlated to please and refresh. I shall also serve sherbert, ice cream and other beverages, at my restaurant. Open at all honrs. Call and see me Jew. Stein. is Don t forget that 77,<- CamiwoHi i*al prepared tq e.xa7qte all kinds of job printing. _ 8umm»r School, Young Womon'i Christian Association, Ashvills, N. 0. — IVodwcotf Ratos via Southern Railroad. For the occasion of the meeting of the Summer School of the Young Wo men» Christian ^saoc-iatinn at. A*he ville, ÎÏ, C-, dune id to ta, ltd*', the Southern railway will sell ticket* to Aibeville. N. G. and retain at rate of one fare for the round-trip; ticket* will be sold Jnne l!l, 14 and IS, good to turn nntil Jnne 27, 1K97. Call on any agent of the Southern railway for further information re X ANSE BUSTS GORDON PLAN. The Constitution Violated By Too Little Reading. It Suits the Governor to Obseve the Constitution, and He Im plores the Legislature Not to Rape It. QOD SAVE THE COUNTRY AND PRESERVE THE CONSTITUTION. A Message Full of Wind, Wasted Energy and Warts. An Occasional Clap of Stage Thunder Breaks the Monotony. It May Do Its Work and Save the Day For "Dr Gang." We Await the Issue. Jackson. May 27. |S]«vial • Hep resentttivo Hall was filled (o flowing this evening at 4 o'clock the hour at which Gov MvLauriu an nonneed lie would vor end in his message the new capitol hill. The pressure of such an audience, one half of which were ladies, attested the great interest taken in the matter by the people of Ordinarily the more timid on Jackson portion of the population remain away from tlie old capitol when a large crowd is expected fearing it may fall. But to day fear was east to the wind, and every aisle and seat was full of an anxl crowd. The message was read by the clerk n few minutes after!, the principal points of interest and objections to the bill be ing set forth at considérai,le length The governor recited the cirenm stances of the employment Weathers to examine the old building and called attention to a former mes sage advising the examination gave language used in the resolntion requir ing the Appointment of a capitol com mission," of which he was a member. The plans were advertised for as sug gested, no honorable architect being liarred the only disinterestness being required was that they should not be citizens and tax payers. He reprixlneed the agreement entered into by compet ing architects that the action of the commissioners should lie final Mr Gordon was among the signers The governor declared lie favored the building of a capitol to cost ,770,0011. amount that, would build one to last centuries. The work of letting such an important contract should he carefully considered, and the question dealt with calmly. He had stated he could not consider the bill properly in five days, hence had asked further time. He quoted front Shelby vs Alcorn. HO Miss., to prove that the legislature had no power to fill an office it had created; it was laid down that a publie officer was one who had a public duty to per form, a rule held by Chief Justice Mar shall; an employment that was continu oils in an office, said Chief Justice Smith. The supreme court judges of the state held that the penitentiary farm commissioners were simply em ployers and not officers, chosen for a short term, they Were not required to give bond, but to perform a certain work. The capitol commissioners were to be sworn nnd bonded officers, ami there is no similarity in tho eases; a capitol commissioner would he nil nfli eer. ,f Mr Another constitutional provision that all bills should be read three times before final passage: see Ml eon 1 WHO. requires it; this provision made because bills might be passed without knowl edge of members. He contends the capitol bill was not lead in full a third time, and hence not according to eon stitutional requirements. The bill de dares the spécifications shall be as set fortli therein, and yet they were never read. The man and the plans should not have been considered, all should be forgotten in the interest of the whole people of the state The specifications accompanying this bill were originally prepared for a court house in Texas. vas SHINGLES FOR SALE The best hand-drawn, Heart Cypress Shingles, IFOIB S ALE CŒIE^IPI Apply to G. ö. PAT I - 1 VI i t-vt-4 i hh i j ) J > i. Greenwt >< >t 1 \W E A RE HAPP Y. BECAUSE WE HAVE GOT THEM. yOU WILL BE HAPPY. WH EN Y OU GET ONE. . . . We are talking about the Eclipse-* Bicycles / : Viv'T W'- A We have a full line of the new '97 flodels, and they are stronger and prettier than ever. Don't fail to look them over. This year we can sell at ... . 5100, 575,'560 and 550. FOR SALE BY C. E. GILLESPIE <& CO C. J, Ai.i«tirr. I tn HitiTincu FIRE, TORNADO, ACCIDENT. COUNTRY BUSINESS DESIRED. * Prompt attention £ I veil to all matters coming into my hands, \W Office: Cotton Buyers' Block, near Poxtofficc. C, J. AUSTEN. |Theg..vcr j then pointed out several j evasions that had Been made changing words to suit the case He found out i) many Mich changes that a capitol built on the Gordon plan would lie info rior to the Texas court house The eon tractor would have to linild according to specifications ami thus we would have a capitol built largely of peur mi terial. The words "highly polished granite, etc., originally embraced in the specifications for the Texas court house, had Been stricken t of the capitol spécifient ions The governor convinced the plans of Mr. Gordon were vas firmly not prepared for a slate Bouse, lie Bail Beard rumors of Gordon s mireliaBilily. and had sent Hon. Theo M, Knight to San Antonio to investigate lie was present and the legislature might find out all they wanted from hin In per as convinced the legislature m wanted to do xvlmt was liest for the state, and advised them to thoroughly investigate. He ealied special attention to the un constitutionality of the manner in which the rnpttol eoninilssioii had been elect ed. nnd to avoid that danger pledged himself to appoint any eommissioners the legislators might name |Applannc| The appointive power was one of the most embarrassing with which lie had contend, and lie was only too glad to ti -scape the responsibility. Thc amount of money to be expended was too great to be lightly treated, and rather than see I he state adopt the faulty Gordon plans, he declared it would be Is-tter to leave the matter of plan to the >rs. He was wedded to no commissi plan ami had acted in good faith in do .-lining to approve tjn- action of the leg islature, hnd no ill feeling and was ready to make anv sacrifice, of his life if need 1 h>, for the good of tin state the matter These were the main points covered bv the message, which was long and ox hnnstive, and the sentiments therein ex pressed were roundly applauded at its conclusion. tho rending had been tin ifhed. Hon. J. Alcorn Glover, of l.'oaho ma. called fora meeting of the capitol committee in the committee room, and it in confidently predicted that the legi« lnturc and the governor will yet he able to get together on n new hill embodying the suggestions made by the governor. Provided Architect Gordon can his skirtsof the ehnrgcs brought against him his plans may yet he adopted, hut if so it will he hv the commissioners and As son not by tlu* governor. It iH not probable that an (Unit wil be made to pass the bill over the govei s veto, he having pointed out the way to an agreement and declaring his readiness to sign a capitol bill that ad hcred to constitutional requirements The new Hill was prepared during the day; and when the committee met after vas read Mr. Glover pulled the message it ou them and they are now working on it with fair promises of reaching a satisfactory solution of tin* whole mud die A better lei ling exist hero tin evening than lias been manifested for ■ssage having bcei what on the olive branch order. v.-i-k, tin Peti: if. \U<t~ r! 1 ... ' I I 5f lwltcU, Nlnt in c. Underbuy ; Delivery, No Cash The s dcrsell; Only One Price, to Pl.i Drawer 1 » kcls. the f illowing rules .found I Un cess of mv I so Figures; Spot Cash if out take Mv IV stock nl ill uhvnvs he lower 111 . Iscwhere price,. lit rougi Cash so a- nut tu make ea-h loners make up for that lust mi the credit hook In order I" sell cheap. I have no time tu k, cp hunks' .t sell fuf Mv Below please stock is nr a lew articles to show In >s run my prtci '• K'»«ls ami prii v pne Call ami evirn large. si red ma' ' Shoemaker's sc tig aw l à inch rat tail tile «' Bradawl. 37 v anls picture w ire Nickel or gilt drawer pull. I inch tower er Mil. Be Ladies dlor straw hats Uk IT 37 Hi Butten Book Me and 47 cents each Ladies' triiiuii.il Bata. 37. 70, 77 and each t foot BexwiH.il rule J k if I 2 kev red tail lock . Pie plates . ( hie Blade Boy's knife. in,. I iiieli tn|>er saw tile. tu, .'I sheets good note paper, hie full pn jior pins. font carpenter s rule . . ,'.'ii •J Blad.- Bov skmfi 7 inch flat ISC ply, , S',c.-l II gix»l I ablest it . .'.'ii s Inch strap Binge per , Me . Ic Me -i need Ith- in good 2d pounds spring halan « veinpcs Bite el ! inch pinchers I,. 1 Bottle of ink . (Tiildren s knee pants •tinge I bottle good î II paper liest Brass pins ninng waists . Men shine. m rails . He . .Mi le :t cakes Hi en d slate pencils Idozen agate buttons . led ... . Me ■_V I pair men s suspenders I good comb. ... Itv Nail "mil. «1 screw driver . I ; . in« . :i yards Inpe i inch hasp, hook and staple. , 7 ini'll lad v s slu-ar.. « 0 « Hulled plate collar buttons CnlT button*, per pair. V Solid aluminum Imir pitta. . ,V Key ring* with bone tag. to, Searf pin set rhinestone. Me Hair pins. . •«• lauer cuff hut,tons, per pair. .. . 1 '*» «tie llnrinouiens. H hole.. ■"« Lex er collar Imitons, II for.Si Hie I la Bv pins, per j wir . Horn Bair pins, gilt tops. . Ill hole. I, arge Imni hairpins, gilt top ;,. Gilt anil plated silver Imir pills, w ill not tarnish. tl teaspoons. . le 7 inch strap hin; '• lier pair .... • 21c Tea strainer Pair nippers, steel Pair plyers, steel .. Mens All wm,1 shnl Men s M, 1 1 ( 'hiliiren's Merino x. -1 . A pint tin cup. Bin-. Harmonic Turk ha 1 er. . Men's jell I ply l' ni, mi linen eollnrs. . ..'ill,, to if I pilot. I plv 1'tiioti linen . nil . , .Mi Imitons . 1 .',e Good IsMik strap. et hI t i r t h .'.'lie No. Ill all silk rililsm, per yard.lit (tie No. 33 all silk rlhlaui. per yard 1 5s .'.'.17V Velvet Me Pearl sleOV Nil'll M Men's -nlerproot eollnrs.. t'l-iilTs Men's fancy w. I'll I'« Men's fane Men's faiii-v and black scarfs. It-iiil Pen-ali' shirts 4.' ■mil -hilt" ii. in tan and gray, per yard 27c ii, black and all colors, good Velvet Men's fanex I: quality. Men s M ply Imanm la.Ilieil shifts 43c Men's H ply Imsum uni: Mr Ye Egg whip Large pic plaies fl'H. Meli 's ( 'a ti 1 1 h i ll.-iii in drill drawers. . lie N 11 silk, per yard. I I ribbon. No. Ô ribbon. ! Mutch . tic Milk pan». 11 silk. e yard .. 4c Ni i opener. 13c Good ciii-kscri No 13 ril.lion, till silk 4c Gilt Edge slum polish. I ,'ic Russet slim- polish. . ..too Wash Bowls I Or nf Ladies'. Misses nnd Children's aliism, which I mu ( 'all at once. I have ah d. HU pair selling 30 per cent Below ist Nothing But the Best to he found nt the «toreof New and complete stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE. A full line of Uroetirit'H. Meats. Snuffs. < 'ignrs. Vinokur. syrups a specialty. Mutasses. Kille — HENDERSON & BAIRD. W 1 u ilcHfilc r 11 ici Kcttifl I 1 1 i *4—4 i i l — * ♦ I l A I \* I >W A W PC, \\ A< .( )NS H AKNBi 's AND agricultural implements. rv.VTv «MferaKV-afavaKV •raj» ■MK-S! ii John * P, t Lewi ( ' Wi o, »! 4 Fashioeable % Tailob, 1 î 4 FULL;?LIRE s OF ?-SAMPLES* ALWAYS*ON * HAND, § Pants, from $4,00 up. Suits, from $18.00 up. Satirtfaetiun guaranteed In every particular. Special attention given to ('leaning nnd He pairing. Ill Next dooraouth of A. J. Head, it I t Howard Ht., Greenwood, Mis*. X »! "V NO KITCHEN Ü $ is complete without a : Î S Charter Oak l ❖ or y® Î o Buck's Brilliant $ $ 9 l We «ell both, and are »howing a beautiful line. 0 0 $ 0 0 : o WE INVITE AN INPSECTION. $ THAYER & CO. } 0 X'