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Daily Democrat, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1904, Greenville, Mississippi TMNKSGH1G PROCLAMATION, GOT. Vardanaan has teued the tailoring beautiful fhifoksRivinp Proclamation: testify their gratitude to tbe TO K Hirer CtBBiniM. The United States government steamer, MiiiiMippi with the Commission which hive afflicted other motion, of par common o.nntry. Grave! Arthur nrnhlumo ii__.... i flrinur uaen nonsly his the toil to the sturdy stioke of UouBst liushandroan. In 811 Milks of hfe. all olaues people, in every department oroommeroe and trade, there is an thrift in espre-sioc o- satwtaotion, produced by the ooneoionsness of plenty. While tbe real greatness of a or He is not determined by tbe lore of material riches, full and hoarded gold, but rather tbe moral and intellectual _nd women, riches are an essen- u iiuttjr, UittVc orpblems confront the people of Mississippi, together with most of otntr Southern States of this a'd breadth Bepnblio. and proaoribed as tbev ara in dealing with suoh problems by tbe organic law of tbe nation which law may he enforced by an unfiwndlj baud, it will call for the mi- propitibua and wisdom, of the courage and patriotism ordar to meet the H anu jn qualities of its kuen and let, tial element in the process of the development of the perfect citizen. I be exaltation of the ideal, the reaching up after tbe perfect un failing courage of oonviotinn, aud a steadfast purpose to do right are the splendid fruits of the highest thankful civilization. To for those qualities be find UAWOI bu matu me difficalties and 10 solve them. The tight thing must be done, bnt it must be done at the right time. Often I tear the provocation to deeds of indiscretion will fa great, but let us remember that "He is slow to wrath is of grant understanding, but he that is hasty of spirit eialteth folly." With hearts burdened with the great responsibility of the pressnt, pregnant with vital interests to our people, let us earnestly invoke the counsel of Him who has prom ised, "To give light to them tha sit in darkness, and in the shadow of death, guide our feet unto the way of peaoa." And let t lere alao be on the day thus set apart a reunion of families sanctified aiic HUU grateful tor that condition which bless our material existence is beanifully "in accord with the eternal fitness of Grati- tude lor favors received, ig pay ment to the giver in the priceless currency of the human heart, the Board officials, Oipt. Elder, of tbe government fleet here and others went aboard t'js steamer di-ens-ed mattera with the members of the commission. The commission is on the regu- lar fall inspection of the river and will make tbe trip on to New Or. leans on the Mississippi, tentfFiK The T. Isenbsrg Liquor Cc., does an immense business all who keep up with OreeaTille's basi- ness progress know, but that this Company ia a heavy exporter of fine wines is not generally known. The writer noticed a number of odd looking cases and peculiar tbe wholesale At... ..the Grand musical treat the has been pro- the j tonight, and tbe piece secured for the "The Sultan of the tigati land i had 2tly ssd on invss that these oases occasion it "tire, Ol Sulu. This delightful Gilhertain opera, with its keen, incisive humor and brilliant satire, is not new to patrons musical attrao- tions, as it enjoyed a six month's ran at Wallaok's Theahe in New lork and played Irng engage- ments in Chicago. Boston Phila- delphia and other cities. It comes to town heralded as tbe most substantial and lasting successes of recent years. As SUB- cifsalnA Kn Ji_ iiiT tirtit 2u insieid of the 26tb I fan will glTe aii patrons a chance of MBing this big produotion. At O'Ptssin Stfftr. Dr. 0. B. Saith and Mr. W 8naw, of Millergburg peoial frienda of Mr. J. fl th e the n train Wednesday night. Ineee prominent Kentuekiaas will spend several weeks in this section others. But Hutse 11 Hntsell, J. H. Nelma and introduction, Mi, u big ,O'Possniu Stable, at JO as an gare 1 I 1T7 OiBDieS 81 JU o clock Wednesday night couipli- mentary to Dr. Smith and Mr bhaw. A long table KM arranged and splendidly "deoolitprl" an amply supply 'Possum, trimmed WILL HOLD UNTIL DEATH, and Bear Adt --0, MOT. Lieut. Gen. Stoesse! by the stroyer K Port emper made anoe o brought torpedo boat de- y to Chefoo from uave reached the taw not yet been creat import. luformation in appaN t tribute of the soul. It is well, therefore, for a people so HL1L chastened by tendar memoriei anri associations and let the social in- tercourse of friends with pleasant reminiscenes renew the ties of kindly feeling And while we enjoy the good things of the world, the fruits of judicious toil and prudent living, and give thanks for the same, be sure (but we do not forget that truly grated Isenbere Liquor C'o. firm imports all the imported direct by the In fact this Rhine Wine sold in its extensive business di- reot from Germany, its chain- pagne direct from Prance and its Ale diruot from England. By this means thsj not only secure the genuine liquors, but save the American importer's proBt which the Iseriberg's give to their cus- tomers. Greenville's business is growing and growing in all lines. COTTON. Liverpool futures down today. by its title, "Tbe Sultan of mln recites certain events sup. posed to have occurred in the Philippines Islands during the American invasion. The potent, ate is a wbimsioal and polygamous individual. He occupies the throne of feulu or Jolo, the largest of the Southern islands of .Jue group. The American invasion and the arrival of com-1- pany of soldiers commanded by Lieutenant Hardy, U.S.A., to In. F civilize the monarch, add to his T, f yams" with other ,n.oult, 8Ule dishes to meet every taste. Toasts was spent superb supper. Among those enjoying th supper were, Dr. 0. JB. Smith and on n appa from tne fact that the torpedo b-mt destroyer was deliberately aoiineed in order to get tie com. municatione from the beleaguer-d aon. The only wordTh the admiralty ray s a telegram from the captain of the tempt the f'I8PBtoi'ee. An at. ot the Japanese to repeat ana Qreenvillians flood, Geo Oharlit Aron, Ma the crowded and duslv f KC- _ 1 J under the penty found and pros- t fJi spend one day in pro- ooniemplation of thdir in- debUdness to the great God of the and to make public infinite universe, knowJ 3eoeTaber-January closed at 5.28; u ui_j LO- uiUOCU a I U. hearts are inclined to deeds of January. February at 5 sn charity and love. In the great bank of eternity I believe the largest credit will be given to him who aum has contributed of human joy, most to the who JUTJ uaa planted a flower in the fainting heart of despair and kissed it with the suns'.inn of hope anrl who has painted tbe palled cheek of care with the rose of health and happi- sSlfci fr.uS.srs sr j-'.z
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