Weekly Democrat-Times clipping

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By posters we learn that there will be a musical and literary entertainment at the Opera Hall Friday and Saturday nights October 23d and 24th. The following is extracted from the programme for the 1st night:

Music, by Prof. G. H. Temple, of Little Rock, Ark. Piano, sola, sonata, from Clemanti. "The New South," address by Albery A. Whitman. Discussion, Improvement of the Mississippi river, by Col. J. D. Webster, Hons. A. G. Pearce, J. G. Marshall, Gilbert Horton. Music, "In the Sweet Bye and Bye," by some old folks. Recitation, "Where the yellow Sumach Grow." An original poem from Whitman's works, by Mrs. Caddie Whitman. Quartette, "Sweet Home." Tableaux.

On the next night will be "Lady Washington's Tea Party." All are invited to attend, especially the "white citizens of Greenville and vicinity." Perfect order is guaranteed.

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Weekly Democrat-Times, “Weekly Democrat-Times clipping,” Mississippi State University Libraries, accessed May 26, 2024, https://msstate-exhibits.libraryhost.com/items/show/1120.

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