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Daily Democrat, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1904, Greenville, Mississippi VOL. 8. y GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1904, TRY Morning Dew AT llRSCHLER'S Palm Parlor. GREENVILLE'S POST OFFICE RECEIPTS FOR TWO YEARS We gin taow oonpiratife statement of the of the for the 1904, kindly handed us by the poitmaiter- Jnne 30th 1903 .Dd COUNTY FATHERS THE RIVER NEWS Humbert Pierini Stearnehip and Passen- ger Agent, and Italian Labor Agent. ITALIAN LABOR SE- CURED, FOR PLAN- TATION and other work oa short notice. Tickets Secured over the best steamship lines. Apply to iumbert Pierini, Sunnyside, Ark. July 1902 Aurnet .September October ftorember December January 1903 February March April May June Total Increase tor fiscal year ending June 30, 1804: 1904 Jnly 1903 Angnet 1.502.37 September i October November 1.966.68 December 58 January February March ipril May Jtme tt AAW t n 19 per cent increase over previous year. 319 58 S. D. Finlay and get prices on building lots In the 1'art. Prettiest lots in town. Prices and terms on appli- cation. S. D. Finlay, Greenville, lliss. The above comparative statement tells a good story of Greenville's business progress during the past twelve months. Tlie business of the Greenville post-office furnishes a clear index to the business growth of th'e oitv. It should be remembered "too. that the figures given represent only the receipts from the sale of stamps, postal cards and store. There are only of these Numbered Stations in the one iu Greenville e one at Jackson. It is understood that the b ness now beitTg done at Greenville office justifies th additional city mail carriers, will be named at ones, but other two will be granted wl the streets and sidewalks of city are improved so as to m Ihs _ ilulu i1IDPUIB requirements ol the postofh'oe sale ot money orders and for department at Washington The i i j K ,etie.r.D uu' m-1 increase of business at the post- eluded, but which have shown office mepns an increase in til an increase corresponding withjsah-y of the postmaster and two a heavy increase in the sale of of the assistants. The present jSaUBiS. enT6lope8 and i Mrs N S Neilson and During Numbered the year, Station, or I her assistants have been tireless in too. a their efforts to improve the ser i. branch T. office was established in East End near the Yailey Depot in Dunn and The Oity Council of Greenville met in regular monthly session Tuesday July 5th at 7 p m. Present: Wm Yerger, Alayor, nd oounoilmen Jno B Scruggs. 3 K Wortham, H Wilczinksi, J 3 Nelms .-.nd Lyne Starling. Winuies of June 7th, 9th and 29th read and approved. Action on the petition of tlm I Hammond Packing Company ask- iing that DeLesseps street between I Washington, AM., and Main be t opened, was postponed until the next regular meeting and the olerk of the council was instructed 5 j to notify (he Greenville loe nil Tioe and nre deserve the credit due to faithful and efficient public officials. __ eration the petiiion WHS granted. In the matter of opening a court in rear of Goidinan'fl. Rafters and the request was Monday Jnly 4, 1904. ThU benig regnUr meeting o Board of Supervisors of Washing ton County, Him., Mid Board met the court house of wid county provided by for the trannotlon of inch bniintM as might proptrly come before it. There being premnt, H. Wlbciinski, President. W, W Worthington, Jr., T. 8. Bedd, F. H. Button, and J. R. Coleman, Members, J. H. Oronch, Sheriff, J. H. Hood Olork. In the matter of petition of G. R. McClintock: The petition of G. R. McClintock to corieet assessment against him by the assessor on ao count of solvent credit at its June 1904 term, coming on this day to be heard, and the Board being satisfied from the evidence that Baid assess meat was made through error and is. excessive; it is therefore ordered that said G. R. MoOlintock be assessed with solvent credits to the value of for the year of 1903, aud that the clerk give the tax collector credit for said excess and that said tax collector collect on only a valua- tion of 8150.00 for the year of 1903. Tlie original assessment having been at 17 1-2 mills, reduction of tax will be from to In the matter of petition of Martha R Feltus: the petition of Martha R. Feltns to strike from the assessment made by the assessor of Washington County, Miss and confirmed by the board its May meeting and the board having inquired and examined into the facts and heard all the evi- dence in support of her said petition, is of the opinion that the said Martha K. Feltus is not legally liable to be assessed with the said indebtedness as a solvent credit and the same should be stricken from the roll: It is therefore ordered by the board that the -.sessment made by the assessor against Martha R. Feltus on account of solvent credit for the inm of May and June, 1004... By check to balance..... the hoard having received account, doth order that the same approved inbjeot to examination. the matter ot various aooonnti against the coonty: ft ii ordered by the board that the following named parties be allowed the amounts get op- posite their namei u follows: ALLOWANCES T> 5 iKKf'1' .coouhta. in ao 1 clerk clwk. Baf 8 BY e wage today feet and felling. 27.6 The Speed left on time today ,9 for Luna. THHom, P a .additional i pauper UOOO 125 8100 WOO SSCO o S5 W L Son', ane Camphor, LICJ DennlB, 'eter UoiiBts, L Grarty, 5 15 sup't lalary...... MM tesw-Holnifs4Co.................... Jom Jones BtatBiory reward leo Adams, .'umberland Tel Co larnell-Love Lumber Co..... U til 100 OC 10000 1875 U20 35 r i v iwu ITS cotut costs he Qoyer Co HNliel M Me_..i, M Mo.Aiee, balance on Morson uriuKc Ireenville water Works...... H Crouch, Bberiff, habeas copus cnsei PSparkw, building bridge ornelia Ciisse 11.teacher, 16-16-6 LDInklna, rebate taxes eorge Ross, bridges. 'elta Drug-Co lamors Lumber Co... P Simmons, ollie Davis. 10-15-6....... JS V M Simmons, S 16155 W Stone, county health'officer.'.'.'.'.'.'.' 51! 05 D Finlay, quarantine...... m S ruenville Democrat, printing.......... naga-n' Inquest.. Ohioago iefi early thie 7s 00 W50 13 CO 492 65 4 78 g ra Pinpin, bridge H Unison, road and bridges S Uattou, pump for argaret McCann, paupir... rouch-Meisner Co j AIcGbep. Dean K. ____ J B Coleman, bridge ImpcctioiiV.'.' 11 wncziiiBkl 1880 Oil 6 90 700 a si i oo (i OS 12 0 It the matter or mileage and per fliem for members and officers. It IB orcered by tlie board that the mem- bers and officers be allowed the amounts set opposite their names as follows H. Wilczinski, 1 day QO W. VV. Worthington, 1 day and mi 5 60 06, taxes on a valuation of he aud the same it hereby ordered J. R. Coleman F. H. Hut son T. S. Redd J. H. Crouch, sheriff, 1 day. T. II. Hood, clerk, 1 day. 5 25 00 fi 50 4 00 3 00 ..in, AViO (Hill f; Coal Company and the Hammond ;i Packing Company not to obstruct Hotel, granted. The clerk was ordered to spread on the minutaa the amendment to the charter of the oity of Green, ville passed on May 4th 1904 and fovernor June by the City committee on public schools with the Mayor as chairman of the committee'-be and hereby authorized to obtain bida for plans and specifications for the -section of school buildings in tho city of Oireem-iJIe for the city by the 9th 1904. It was ordered Council that the In the matter of the petition of I uiuoieu mo inrtiim uj_ tug petition ot stricken iron, the roll and tlie Sheriff Mrs. Dora Wetherbee: The petition of is directed to cancel tho assessment fcr j Dora, Wetherbee coming ou this da- collection in his Imuds. And tlm to be heard, the same is hereby ai- clerk of this board will give such lowed and the sheriff is directed to credit to the Sheriff aud tax collector rcdncs the assessment from tax schools, said committee to Osteopafhic Physician, Mrs. D. T, Hunt's sfdence No. 300 S. Broad- way. Ice Hpurs--lrom 9 to 12 m. and from 1 to 4 p. m. acl tlm Greenville. Mississippi. i In tliu mutter of opening jstreet west of Poplar action wia f I postponed until the pity nttorncv and J H Wyiin, tlni attorney t'Jr j.Mr Koclweil, confer ou thy I matter and give their opinion. j In tho mutter of plain] nf V: J Ransom fur dog killed, it was or- jdered that the same he relprred to tha city for as to whether the city is liable for the the dog killed. The petition of J N Dunn und others protesting ncainst tho lo- cation by Jj F Fulton uf 11 Hospital in the .Aiilisnp Building with the committee frnm Board of School Trustees. It Was ordered that the street uroceed to have olenreii L- :irom the sidy walks uf the city nil fjrass and weeds Ti e usual alluwnnces ware made and the council adjourned. In tile matter of Frankel Elkus: Whereas E. .Frankel and Louis on I the one part aud the board of Rnnnr- visors ou tho other part, claim to own! lot, ten of the block one, of the' _ _. moining for the und bar! The Riyenide Demooratio club tonight at the wigwam. The Delta will be here tbia evening enronte to Viotaburg, The Jewel came in from Sunny, side this morning with a fair trip. We learn today that the sale o the iinelia Brown is now "held, over." The Arthur Eider is now doing the harbor work in plaoe of the Tug Parker. Mate Patrick sheehan of the steamer Arthur Hider is now at Hot Springs, Ark, The new steamer Wm Garig, passed down last night for Baton Rouge after coaling here. A new hull has been built for the Tug Parker and her machine- ry is now being transferred to it. Read the "Hd" of the Vioks- burg and St Louis Transportation Company which is found in an- other Mr Chan Ruth the well known muologiBt at Cannon's Saloon has departed for a trip to points in the north and west. The Chalmette will arrive at New Orleans today, leave there Saturday and pass here sometime Tuesday bound' for the World'B Pair oity. Al Barnes the genial and whole eouled dispenser of good things at Cannon's plaoe has entirely recov- ered from a spell of sicKness and is now onoe on dutv. Ed Keenan ia his partner during the absence of Mr Kuth. Petar Wintworth well known timber man is now in the oity Yeste'dHy he engaged the tug Little Freddie to bring down a raft containing 75 logs from Luna, Ark, which he 3Gid to J S j Leavenworth. Pete will return home tomorrow, of iaid county, as_tliB law requires. to a valuation of and 'to pay thereon. Iu the matter of G. G Siius and H. H. Harris to correct; Kssoccmank- rt ordered that the petition of G" Sims and H. H. Harris praying to be th :d addition in and to the city of relieved from an assessment of "00 Greenville Miss and that lot and prayed for in their petition, The Bemoenule space on the Eastern side of said is hereby granted the ac T r block one, measuring 354 feet by: gregato tax beiiiti liO i t- y Na' 40 as raidspace and lot is I" tho matter of certain furniture Unnventl'on Was offinaplat of said blosk.aud record-1 "Pessary for chancery clerk's oftice- a o'clock this ed in deed book Z 5, pafie of the This uiattor comiiiR on' this da'v to i ,0n Jolln Sharp 7 iHiflius, CuHirriifln n 'ti Archbishop John J St Louis. As the T-nnrris nf dnprls in th clerk of said t'.o he 'of! "Oaid that one Washington and whereas said Frankel to and i Jir and ilrs Geo Clarke Tvn of ClcvB.uul, Aiigg, are in the oity. -Mr D E Nichols, of Greenwood, was among the visitors to the city yesterday, T L Harmon, of was a gueot at tlm Cowan yester- Saturday July 2nd, 1904. :ind one equipped with rollers oc hlkas ollp.rpd tlie f-ud board S1SO.OO i t-hat hooks may be placed t-i tor a .juit claim of all interest of said with cabinet for court county m said land: on motion, an.- neressarv MI said oiiiee It dnly seconded, it is ordered that ordered that the rlerk of this boa'd i C-ilflnnnii, ot _______ coimnittee on oredp.ntills not ie aud the s-iie is [advertise ior sealed bids to he cepti-d and the j) e of I he "hoard I next regular "o-ml is heri'hv vesterl with, mithority to j for furiiitiiiv. as aforesaid execute lor said hoard u I In matter nf ..f F deed to said Frankel and Elkas of tlm Wrady, niperintciident of' interest of Washin-tou munty in said "nXter cojnini: on day to bo land npou the lecolpt also it is there- fore ordered ihai tho dork of this board advertise for bids for said work filed att he
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