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GRENADA SENTINEL, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 29, 1S68.
Fee in the Aberdeen Examiner.
M.UJS. f
rr i. a. josm.
Lino: suggested on Snoring Disio played by
l!„ Iim Bond, accompanying tho,Btoek
f'reok Troop
Those wandering mind ral#; Rifle did we corn
To knurr their heart#; we listened to thedin
Of braving horns nnd rattling druron, i# there
Areas (he nir that makes the whole South
kin .
Vibrating Ibraugb *wfe wittering brazen
throiti. f ■
Familiar jMo*, as when fifo shrieked borv
battle's blast,
Sweet Pixie, Darling of tbe dream God wrote
Upoo eur very souls, in days long post.
jtwmlpetlSreebee*; nod each eye flashed
Each hand firta clenehed n.til the rod blood
Horth in our agorty of wild desire.
Y» god.! the part—ttr.ro treason if re
_ Hires*, ■ ' , .
the hops* suggested—the regrets new born,
That throbW each hoart, that caused the
brain to burn,
Oeese, oh insosnate, and rebellion# born;
Obant requiem, for we bend o'er freedom'#
At weird witch, that at S«nl'« boliest
Called Samuel from tho elammy earth's em
Dost thou onto a people lore oppressed,
Conjure the memory of our day of grace;
And when awakened'ttionght goes thunder
ins beck *
To bloody fields, and victory and the Girer,
Returning with the Southern flag—alack —
To bide it from the eager breese forever,
Twere lifa renewed that death again ought
last;
Twace age with pigment o'er it« wrinkle*
spread ;
Wake n<>t the sleeping lion of the past,
81<?ep Dixie—slogan of the glorious dead.
6 to:
Fat and the Deacon.
S4rat months ago, as Deacoi Ingalls, of
Swampacot. R. t, was traveling through the
western pari of New York he fell in with an
Irishman who had come before him;and settled
Ur.some of the diggings in that part of the
country. w»s- wstmng man* a true Ro
man Catholic, and had - never seen the inte
rior of •'Protestant Church. Ingalls was a
He told Pat ha was going to
pious nan.
Church, and invited his newly made friend to
accompany him thither, his destination being
a.smnll meeting house near by. There was a
great revival there at that time, and one of
the dbaoons, who was a. very small man in
etatne, invited, brother ingalls to a seat in his
pew. He accepted 1 the ihwitntion, followed by
Tat, who looked in vain for the altar, Ac.
After he was seated he turned around to bro
tW Ingalls and in a whisper that could be
heard all around, lie inquired:
"Sum, an.' isn't this a.hcratic church?"
"ITusV' said'IngaUat.'df ftm speak a word
they will put yod out."
"Divil a word will I speak at all," repliod
Put.
Th« mooting was opened, witk pray at by tho
pastor. *
Pat was eyeing' Him very closely, when an
eld gentleman, who was standing in the pew
directly ih front of Pat, shouted "Amen!"
"llist, ye divil, shouted Pat, in a loud whis
per, mhioh. was heard by the minister, "be da
eent, and dont make a blockhead of yourself."
The parson grew more fervant in his devo
tion. Presently the deacon uttered in an au
dible groan—"Anrten!"
"Hist, ye blackguard! Have ye no* decency
at all?" said rtd>,.at the same time giving him
a punch in the ribs, which caused him to loose
ki» equilibrium.
The minister stopped, and extending his
bonds in a suplicating manner, said;
'"Brethren, we cannot be disturbed in this
way. Will some one put that man out?"
"YU, your riverence, I will do it," shouted
F.#t.
And; wiiting the action to the word, he col
lared the deacon, to the utter horror of the
pastor, brother Ingalls, and the whole congre
gation, he dragged him up the- aisle, and with
a tremendous kick sen>t him into tho vestibule
of the chturah.
The lakceper's Bear,
A perm* nine kept an inn by the roadside
went to a painter nnd inquired for what sum
he would paint a bear for » sign-beard. It
was to be a real good one, one that would at
tract custemera.
Fifteen dollar#, replied the painter.
That'# too much, #aid the tnkeeper; Tom
Larkin will do it -for ten.
lake to be wild or tame? inquired the
pointer, not wishing to be underbid by hi#
sink
A wild one, to be rare!
With a chain or without one? again aeked
She paioter.
Without a chars. , *
"Wetl, fit {rant yon ■ wild bear wiihoet »
ehoin tor ten dollar#.
The bargain waaetrack; the pointer let to
work, nod in duo time sent home the sign
boerd, add op which he hod painted a hoge
brown wild bear, of a most ferocious aspect
It wm the admiration of att tho neighbors
and drew plenty of customers to tbe ton,
One night there arose a violent storm o
wind aid rain which led the in keeper to look
anxioasljr after the sign in the morning. There
it woe, euro enough, swinging too and fro, tdl f
the hear hod disappeared. He immediately
hurried to the painter and rotated what had
happened. ' > > ' ■
Wm Us wild heir or a tome one 7 inquired
the punter, cooly.
A wild bear,
Wm it chained or not?
I guess not.
Then, said the painter, trlumphontly, low
could you expect a Wild beast to remain in
Utah a storm as that tact night without a chain?
no bear would have done It.
Theion keeper bad nothing to say agaimt
to otmcluiive an argnment, nnd finally agreed
to give the painter fifteen dollar# to paint him
a wild bear with a chain that would not take
Ip the woods in the next atoru.
It is only necessary for us to add that (he
first bear woe painted in water color#, which
■the violent rain washed away, while tbe second
woe painted in oil colors.
Snmnor declares that "Wore we stop wo
will have a stable government," From the
matiher of asses in the Capitol at the present
time, we shonld take that building to be a stS
hie already.
A stupid copperhead wants to know if the
rsnou that "foaght nobly" in the Onion army
end tho males that hauled them, havn't as
good a right to a sroiie in too election Athe
colored troops. Etidently tlte follow needs to
be reconstructed. ITin raggeidWn at once is
brassy and hrafs ferriblv Jikord."
WIT AND HUMOR.
compiled xxrimhir FOB the (jUtfiXBL.
Not found among Stanton's virtues—Resg
nstioa,
A Missouri farmer being asked if raising
hemp was a good business, answered, "I can t
sartjn'say; but it is surely better than being
raised by it.*'
Why is a clergyman marrying a couple like
an npotheoary. Because hccompoumU simple,
' 1 . ' *
"\Vhcre ,re you going! ,asked a gentleman
of a littlo loy who had j«# slipped and fallen
down on an icy pavement. -Uomg to get up,
sir, was t • unt rep y.
"I cannot bear children, M said Miss Prim.
disdoiufully. To which remark Mrs. Parting
ton, looking over her spectacles, mildly re
plied; ''Perhaps if you could you would like
them better."
'•Nigger, who am do first mandat in terduced
salt perwisbuns into the navy ?" "Dar, now,
you's too much for dis colored individual."
•*It was Noah, nigger,when be took Ham board
his ark."
It is altogether too absurd to say that man
is not perfect—who i* there who has not met
with perfect stronger*, some who were perfect
rascals, and not a few who were perfect fools 0
"Wbeu," said a sarcastic lobbyite, "will the
convention adjourn?" "When their warrants
won't bring a cent on the dollar," retorted a
broker. He took a practical view of things,
as brokers usually do.
The New York Herald says Gen Grant's
leanings are decidedly Conservative. We
don't know about the Conservative part, but
we do belive that he often leans against the
nearest post.
"S we the jury agreed?" asked the judge of
a court attache whom he met on the stairs
with a bucket in his hand.
, "Yes," replied Patrick, "They have agreed
to send for a gallon of whisky."
"Welt; Sissy, how do you like the school?"
"Oh, so much, mamma." "That's right;
tell me all you have learned to day." "I've
learned the names of all the little boys," was
the reply? * , v
Brown had been in love with a young lady,
and asked permission to call her by the name
of some animal, which request was granted on
condition that she should have tbe privilege.
On leaving, Brown said, "Good night, dear."
"Good night, bore," she said.
Leap Year Dialogue.—'" Miss, will yon
take my arm V "Yea, and you too!" "Can't
spare but the arm," replied the baohelor.
"Then," replied she* "I shan't take it. as my
motto is, go the whole hog or none."
A Frenchman having; heard tie phrase,
"L've got other fish to fry," very readily
learned its application. One evoning, after
escorting a lady home, and being invited to
walk in, he thought of tho above expression,
and excused himself by saying* "I tank, you,
mum; I must go cook some fish."
Grant's friends say tho most that can be
charged against their favorite is that, "he lias a
treacherous memory." Yes, he played a
trtacherous part, and his memory partakes of
the same quality. We remember having seen
in our scriptural researches that one Ananias
and his wife Sapphira labored under a like
misfortune.
A Cuban, who had murdered has father,
mother, sister and child, on his way to cxeen
tion, recently, made a cheerful observation to
the bystanders, warning them to be- careful
wlmt meat they bought the nekt day, and sug
gesting nhab his flesh might bo told by its
toughness.
A gentleman was promenading a fashionable
street with a bright little boy at his side who
suddenly cried out, "Oh, pa, there goes an edi
tor!" "Hush, hush," said the father, "don't
make fun of the poor man, God only knows
what you may
to yet."
being deposed from his minis
try for bolding certain heretical opinions, said
it would 7:ost a hnndred men their lives. This
alarming speech being reported, he was taken
before a magistrate and examined, when he
explained himself by saying his meaning
he intended to practice physic.
Blessed is the man who doth subscribe for
bis eounty paper and pay therefor. His feet
shall not stand on slippery places; he shall
not be forsaken by his friends or persecuted
by his enemies nor his children be seen beg
ging And it were better for him that doth
refuse to subscribe for his county paper that
he be bound hand and foot and cast into a
dark place.
A clergy
f
A youth was lately leaving bis aunt's house
after a visit, when finding it was beginning to
rain, he caught up an umbrella that wm snngly
placed in a corner, and proceeding to open it,
when the old lady sprang towards him ex
claiming: "No, ne, that you never shall. I've
had that umbrella twenty-three years, and it
Iim never been wet yet; nnd I'm sure it shan't
be wetted now."
Tbe following is a copy of a certificate giv
by a newly appointed justice of the peace,
in Tuscaloosa county, Alabama: ,
"North Port, Oct., 1867. Know all men by
these presents, that Tom Smith and Peggy
Jones, are hereby certified to go together,
through all Racoon Precincts, and do
folks does, and when my commission comes
I'm to marry 'em good, and date 'tm back to
kiver all accidents.
-A frog," says Professor Bump, "is an am
phibious animal, what lickers on oold water,
and consequently invented the teetotal society!
He always walks with a jnmp, and when he
sits down has to stand up. Being a lover of
native melodies, he gives free concerts every
night. He perwides music for the million,
which has been so called because it -is usually
heard in a mill pond." * , ,'
Dahcixg TStm Rass Off.—Two unso
phisticated eountry lasses visited Niblo's In
New York during tbe ballet Season. When
the short skirted, gossamar-clad nymphs made
their appearance on' the stage,, they became
restless and fidgety.
"Oh, Annie!" exclaimed one, "it ain't nice,
J don't like it."
"Hush,"
"I don't care, it ain't nice; and I wonder
why aunt brought os to such a place."
After one or two flings and a pironette, the
blushing Mary said:
"Oh, Annie, let's go—It ain't nice, and I
don't feel comfortable."
"Do bush, Mary," replied the siater, whose
own face was scarlet, though it wets
determination "Its the first time I evor wm
at a theater, and l suppose it wilt be the last;
so 1 aid just going to stay it out, if they dance
every rag olf'their backs 1"
air of
A Knightly Walker.
A young man \U(> has been paying strict
stlontipn to a ynmg Indy Of a neighboring
c ity f Hrithfe view to matrimony, or any other
money she may chance to have, grew chivalric
the other night, and offered to undertake al
most any task, however difficult, to prove his
devotion. '♦Bid me," said he, with a truly
knightly rapsody, (although lie w,'isn't worth a
r *P'' " bid " Unw R lion in *•]*£.**,
stri,in » n s,ekcf un '* ' vft - v tl> W*"?
but. and 1'wffl doit. Ask me to climb the
. „ f the Himnliah, or addles# a
(umuHu ' ns ns>erab , v of wom>n - s ri ^„ w0 .
^ .„ it j on to ' hm4le , uffl .» ge , 0 „d it is
done. Command that I should bring snow
fl tt ko» from the torrid skies of Africa, or an
i ce bcrg from the sulphuric waves of
"Hold," cried the maiden, " you can more
eosjly win my commendation and contribute to
my pleasure. There is a youth, who in days
of yore was wont to don a livery of cerulean
hue—Sargent Bales is hia name, who, starting
from Vicksburg on the Mississippi, is even
now stretching his legs with eager intent
toward the City of Magnificent Distances.
h '* nob,e sample and-"
"W hat?
** ^ •
to0 ^ tbe an( * wa *ke<L
A mongrel sheet says: "To Gen. (Jrant must
be ascribed the honor of reinstating Mr. Stan
ton." That is more than Grant can do for
himself, for the power to reinste himself in the
respect of all honorable men has passed from
his hands forever.
EXECUTIVE CENTRAL COMMITTEE.
OF THE
Democratic Party of Missis
sippi*
JOHN. D. FREEMAN, Chairman.
Wm. Ykrger, Sr.,
E. Barksdale,
D. Prick P&rter,
Thus. J Wharton,
A. U. Johnston,
Fulton Anderson
K; M YkROVER,
Wii.ky P. Harris,
C.H.MAssiur, Sr.
PLATFORM
OF THE
Dinm inlU White lieu'#Party
ol' niMlwiippi.
V HKRKA8, The people uf the ten
seceding Slates, through their Consti-,
tutional Conventions, have declared
their Ordinances of secession to be
null and void;
And Wheiikas, The Constitutional
Conventions of said States reorganized
the abolition of slavery as previously
declared by the federal government—
conceded to freedmen the protection
af life, liberty and property, common
to all citizens, nod conformed their
organic law in all respects to the
Constitution of the United States;
And Whkkeas, Said States have
elected liepreseutatives and chosen
Senators in (Congress, in accordance
with the laws of the United States,
who have presented their lawful
credentials to Congress only to be
denied their constitutional riglus of
representation in that body;
And, Whkueas, The Republican
majority now controlling the Legisla
tive power of Congress, have estab
lished a Military Despotism
States of the Union, in violation of
the federal Constitution, in dofiance
of the executive and judicial depart
ments of thegoverument, threatening
• he executive with impeachment, and
the Supreme Court with an abroga
tion of its Constitutional powers, and
showing a bold and persistent design
to maintain their pnrtizan power, by
the entire overthrow of constitutional
liberty;
And \V hebeas, The popular strug
gle upon these great questions has
resulted in a union of all conservative
men, without regard to former party
ties, and in the establishment of a
powerful and successful opposition
this hateful despotism under the lead
of tlae National Democratic party
whose principles and policy on these
questions are in strict accordance with
the political views of this Convention.
Therefore,
Resolved, That we hereby adopt the
name of and the principles which the
said Democratic^ party are now con
tending, and that we will do battle
under that banner until the Union is
restored to a Constitutional basis, and
all the States are recognized as equals
in the great confederation of American
sovereignties.
Resolved, That the Military bills
of Congress for the reconstruction of
the Bo-ealled rebel States, are uncon
stitutional and oppressive in all their
particulars, and shonld be resisted by
the unanimous vote of the people at
the ballot box. t
Resolved, That for the purpose of
accomplishing this result, the people
of Mississippi are hereby recommend
ed to organize a Central Democratic
Association, with similar Associations
in every county, and in all the prin
cipal cities and towns in the State, and
to this end, this Convention will ap
point a Central Committee of nine,
resident at the Capital of the State,
With power to complete this party or
ganization, in all respects.
Resolved, That the nefarious design
of the Republican party ih Congress
to place the white men of tho South -
era States under the governmental
eontrol of their l»te slaves, and to
degrade the Caucassion race as the
inferiors of the African negro; is a
crime against tho civilization of the
age, which needs only to be mentioned
to be scorned by all intelligent mipds,
and we therefore call upon the people
of Mississippi to vindicate alike the
superiority of their race over the ne
gro, and their political power to
maintain constitutional liberty
Resolved, That the proceedings of
this meeting bo published in the Cla
rion, and that all papers in the State
friendly to tho objects of this Con
vention be requested to copy the same.
After which, the Convention ad
journed subject to the call oT the
Executive Committee.
over ten
to
THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI,
Yai.ouubiia Countv.
1
To Circuit Court, October Tern A, D. 1867,
Milam
W.
}
Attachment for $1>85 50
H
D. C. & 8H 8wauk
The writ of attachment having been ezecu
ted by levying the same on one stove three
hundred-dollars worth of merchandise, books,
not found,
and it appealing from proof, after diligent en
quiry, tlmt bis residence cannot be ascertained.
It is therefore ordered that unless said defend
ant appear on thft fint day of the term of said
Court, to be hold for said county, at the court
house thereof, in the town of Coffeevilie. on
the fifth Monday after the fourth Monday of
September, A. D. 1807, and plead to said ac
tion, jndgihent will be entered against them,
and such other action as mav be legal and
proper in the premises will lie had.
It is further ordered that this order be pub
lished once a week, for four weeks successively
in the " Grenada Sentinel, - ' a newspaper pub
etc., and the said Defendant bei
lished 'msaid county.
/en under ray hand and the seal of said
..rcuit Court, at omeft, Sept. 25th, 1867.
J. L. BRANNON. Clerk.
by W. L. BRANNON, D.C.
FieerhA Mister, A ttys for plaintiff"
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Whereas, at the September term. A.D.. 1867
of the Probate Court of Yalobusha county.
State of Mississippi, the estate of Emily Hill
deceased, was declared insolvent; now this i
)o notify all creditor* of said estate to come
forward and have their claims registered in the
Register kept by tbe Clerk of paid Court for
ose wjthin the time prescribed by
will be forever barbed.
JA8. A. A RUN, A
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nol
ADMIN1STRATOR S NOTICE.
Letters of administration on the estate of
Green Crowder deceased, having been granted
to the undersigned, by the Probate court of
the county of Yalobusha, State of Mississippi,
at the October term, 1867, thereof; Now all
persons having claims against the estate of
said decedent- are hereby required to exhibit
the same duly registered within the time re
quired by law or the same will be barred—
All persons owing said estate will please pay
the same and thereby save
Hl6t7
>st.
A. S. PABS. Adm'r..
administrators notice.
Letters of administration having been gran
ed to the undersigned on the estate of William
F. Stribling, deceased, at the August term of the
Probate I'uurt of Yalobusha County,Mississippi.
1867, notice is hereby given to all persons hav
ing claims against said estate to present them
duly probated and registered within tho time
prescribed by law. or they will be forever bar
red. All persons indebted to deceased fere also
notified to come forward and settle.
augl7-7t
C. W. LINDSAY, Admr.
THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI,
Yalobusha County.
To Litvina Been, of Gatesville, McCleJan coun
tv, State of Texas, .and Zemirah Tate and
his wiU Nancy Tate, of Flora, Smith coun
ty, State of Texas, Wfllis Terry, of the State
of Texas, countv not kno vn, and the un
known heirs of James Terry deceased, of
the State of Arkansas ;
You are hereby cited to be and appear be
fore the-Probate Court of said county <4 Y alo
busha, on the first Jfonduy in December next,
18G7, to tihow cause if anv you van. .why the
petition of James A. it aft in, administrator
<te bonisnon with will annexed, of Curtis Terry
deceased, fo* sale of the East hf and east l»f
of s\v qr s6trV6 township *2") Kan go G east;
should not be sold for distribution among tint
devisees of said estate.
dor of court the 21st dav of October,
f. WARD.
Clerk .
:
1867.
ITt.V
NOTICE.
Pursuant to an order of the Court of Pro
bates pf Y'alobuiha epnniy, State of Mississipipi
made at the Septjmbci te. m, A 1> 1867, the un
dersigned administrator, with the will aimexw
of A A Hardwickq,debased, will on the 22d
day of February, A D 1868. proceed to sell at
public outerv. at the. Court House in tlio town
of Coffecvillc, to the highest bfildor fflr i-nsh fie
tween the houfk prescribed by law. all the in
terest of said testatrix in and to rtie following
lands, to wit: Se qr of. m* q- t nnd e hf of sc
qr, e hf of sw or, sw qr of se qr, Action Zr,,
s lif of n hf and ne qr of »e qr and w fit of
r and mv qr, serf 36. township 22.range 7 rr
boiuc sold to pav debts of said testa
L. k/VVIltSON. Adm'r.
nexed of A A Hardwieke dec'd
021)1?
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With will an
Jan 2Uth 1868.
INSOLVENT NOTICE.
Wtiei'uM at the Soptwnber tnem A. D. 1867
of the l'robnte Court of Yalobusha county,
State of ississippi, the estate of Warren Fer
rell, dueoaswl. was doctored insolvent : Now
this is to notify all creditor# of #aid estate to
come forward by the 16th day of September
A. D. 1868, and' have their otoirns duly Pro
bated, and registered in the register kept by
the clerk for that purpose, dr they will bo for
ever barred.
James E, Ckkcssaw,
K G. Fr-aRELt,.'
Exoout'rs
lliOt")
September 10,1867
DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
Tho op partnership heretofore existing he
wn (ieo. W Lake 8r.,-and Geo. W. Lake Jr
tween (ieo. W take Sr . and Geo. W. Lake dr
under the firm of G W Lake A Co., IS this
dav dissolved bv mutual Consent. U W Lake
Jr.' has purchased the intcriwt^ of the senior
partner.
and is shine authorised to settle up
the business of the late firm, and will contm
the business in hi# own name on Ins own
account from this date.
Q. W. LAKE, Sr.
G. W.LAKK Jr.
SALOON,
B. S. LAURENCE. Proprietor.
{South Sole PMte .t %ar .)
Grvnat. a, Miss.
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EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.
All person# having claims against the estate
of John C Oarrngec, deceased, are requested to
exhibit the same,; and have them registered in
tho manner, and within. the time proscribed by
laW, or they will bo forever barred Jim i)
MAKTH> ECAKRAGEE
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GRENADA.
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GROCERS,
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—and—
COMMISSION V MEUC11ANTS
At the Depot,
C.
GRENADA, MISS,
We tako pleasure in announcing to the pub
that we nave just received another large
stock of
GROCERIES,
J
PROVISIONS,
ROPE, BAGGING
IRON TIES,
WESTERN PRODUCE,
A.
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nnd everything tho planter wants, which is
usually kept iii similar establishments; all of
which we are offering at untwu^v low pri
We Hfijo fiavfr a large " Briew Warehouse'
f*>r tbw purpose of storing cotton, being mtuft
n ft lot remote from an
wo think it the only sate plot;
cotton, which is Ui remain anv length of time.
Wo are now in our largo \\ aruhoUse at the
Railroad depot, where wt* will store and ship
cotton, and rocuive and store all ft
may bo shipped to our cure.
pivpnred-to buy cotton, or advance
TibernRP Mi the si
tedo
v other buifiling
e in town to store
We
Stored with us, i
turned
for sin
to
BUFFINGTON t t CO.
(Jr*n<ubt, Jti,n.
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NEW CLOTHING
— AND —
!'»
DltY GOODS STORE.
A. FREED & UO.,
Un tho
st ride of Main Stii-ct, Snutli of lb
Public Square, have opened-with a large *
STOCK OF DRY GOODS,
onsistiiig of the latest styles of
OAUCOE8, DKL4INS,
meklxoks, Poplins,
All kind# of dress and white goods, Slmwls
Cloak# and a tall assortment oi alt kinds o
materials under the denomination ot dry goods
Also a complete slock ot
I
GENTS CLOTHING
Which ha# been selected with great care, with
a large quantity ot
COMMON CLOTHING
)
for plantation nses.
The latest styles of;
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING
of every description constantly kept on hand.
sep7-4ms
PROSPECTUS FOR 1868
^ OF TBS
SOUTHERN HOME JOURNAL,
I'MVVr.SAI.LT ArKSOWI.hnoP.D
To be the lust FTsetfy Taper in the Covntry
PREMIUMS.
IIAND&ttiE
REWARD FOR INDIVIDUAL RNEtiUY.
To the person who sends us the largest num
ber of new annual subscribers, between th« 1st
of January and 1st of July, 1868, (not less
than one hundred,) we will give as a premium
:
-
$300.
To the person who sends ns the next lar
number of new annuals subscribers, (not
than seventy-five,) wo will give
•^125
To the person who nends ns the next largest
annual subscribers, (not less
st
less
number of
than fifty,) we will
To the person who sends us the next largest
number of new annual subscribers, (uot less
dig.,
$50.
To the pfliwn who sends us the next largest
limn her «f new annual subscribers, (not less
than twepty-live,) we will give
|80
To the person who sends
the next Urgent
number of new annual subscribers, (not
than fifteen,) we will give-•
U"
Tbe books wiU bo closed on the first of July
ihe promirtnis awarded, and the result jmblisK
it din our columns that all contestants may see
that justice has been done.
Parties may commence sending subscribers
end money from tips date, which wil| be cred
ited to each as received,
Subscription $8 per annum. Money must
be sent at the risk of the parties, go Ides' sent by
Drnit or Post Office mrd«r
The SOUTHERN HOMp JOURNAL is a
kfge and elegant illustrated weekly, of forty
columns, printed on fine white
nounced dv tbe country to ho t
paper in the United States.
Address all communications to
JOHN Y..SLATER AdO., PuRuaifRafC
No 20 '4 Baltimore A. Baltimore, Md. i
K r. and pi-o
istliternry
a
j
MEM 3 PHIS.
J
G. L. DHNlSOW
A. H. MlT'A K
wm twom.
Xn>MlKI> OKU ILL.
ORCILL, Iljm & CO
Importers Dealers in
HAEDWAE
Cutlery Cfuns,
AGRICULTURAL 1 MttEMFNTB, ETC
E
Sole agents in AfompJKis for the Peoria, Afo
line Jewett or GkfV, JL'reniium and Brinley
Steel plows, A/itchdll'B Patent Block Colton
Scrapers, Cotton Plum ten, Marvin & Up's
Great celebrated Fire JJurglar proof Safes.—
Nos. 1110 and 312 Karonl Street, Memphis,
Tam. octl i£-Hiii
J. 8. K1TUHKI.I.
W. «. KKKH
W. H. WEBB,
L. T- W EBB.
WEBB, WITC HELL k GO.,
Wholesale Grocers.
13 Union Slreet,
Between Main andFi'o-rit, R. E. Lee Block,
nl4in3 Mkmfhi8, Tenn.
C. B. MOOBK. >V, |fi,]A #11. J. M. MCKSKIIIT
MOOltE. ELDER & CO.,
mmi. if.tous
mailing Bllll, Lumber Yard
and ninnuffaclurers of
Doors,Sas life Blinds
358 & 36(1 8«econd Street,
B.dow Union, (Moore®: lldlstoad's Old Slant!)
MEMl'HI 8, TENN.
,J.
Flooring, Doors, Sevdj, Blinds, Mantel
Mouldings, Brackets,Cornices, Coiling. Lattice
Work, Weather-Board ing, Door and Window
Frames and Casings, Miase Boards, Turning,
Sctoll Work, shelving sind Counters. Newell
Posts, Balusters, ftud all kinds of Lumber,
nlfmrfl
of
irv
rough or dressed.
J M SAMPLE, M RMITC31KM.,, Maj J C MCCAVI.T
Memphis. MeMnupHw. Searcy, Ark.
SAMPLE, MITCIIE LL A McCAULEY.
COTTON FACTORS
ASStD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
All, 13 Union sfreel,
(R. E. Leo Block, up Blairs,)
2%Jy,MPIII8, Tvnn.
A.
A. VA< »
• RO.
M. MAGEV.SEV, Jr
A H V AGFA HO,
B VAlM'ARO.
A. VACCA.R0 & CO.,
g
Im par ten a nil Ih'alvrs in
WIN32S, JGiairoits,.
CIGARS, JTC., ETC,
321 FRONT STREET,
1*61*7—tl
J/mw j» h in, Ten n
W or sh».m House
Memphis, Tenn .
Owing to the tleeliii
g-myhwi
s Bom war
filiti, Yl»o gt.-noral
rt\B};ein«-nt of tin- lornse, mui
close jK ismiftl atU'iilio^m tv fiusim&i*, 1 am onu
filed to nctominodile
I'
!'»
!.*s run
i real
TRANSIENT QUESTS AT $3,
FKIL DAY,
Z5LNJ)
DAY BOARDERS AT 8 35, PER
MONTH.
o
Fueling desirous t**»t my friends and tin
travelling ^ufilir nlioual(t Imvo the advantage ol
any deduction that ciufi be inndo in their favor,
I wilt siipjtly say tfiast my table' anti general
hotel R(!conimogationi*< slialf always lje first
doss, ;ihd attention t o guests oqual to nny ho
tbl R» tlio RouthwrJit,
sep7-8m
' C.B. GALLOWAY, Projrr.
)
T X VALATAZS
l. I'O DUSTS
L. PODESTA & CO.,
Wholesal c Orocers
sin] c3ealers in
LIQUORS, f IW E, ALE, PORTER,
TOBACCO, sOWARS, ETC.,
No. 55 MwCim street.,
(First dwr east of Second,)
Memphis, Tenn.
All orders for Ism ily and plantation sup
plies pmuptly filled. aepfit-ly
W. L. 8 TOVART,
Cotton Factor
AaND
COMMI.SSIODi MERCHANT,
No. 2 ]l*€nh Alky,
(Near to nn4 wulhz of Madison street,)
31 KM PH IS, TKNN.
the khIo -of; cotton
irdari for supplies
sop2,l-Min
Will nttend promptly tp
and produce, and \YilB fill <i
for customers.
st
DR. JAR. M. TOWNER,
Grenada ,
IICOH TORRAJfCB
Cojfcmlle.
*1" flUf if CC 0 THD D ft UPCT
lUWIvllgjb lUilllAlluL.
COTTON FACTORS
And Cit'iicral
COAfMISSm MERCHANTS ,
No. 206 F BONT ST.,
UpSiairsBet.ffas-liingtonand Adams,
i
9
Consignments of Corn. Hay, Oats, Bran,
Bagging, Bond, Twine anil nil l'lantation Hup
plies solicited.. ,, n48-7ln
ARTESIAN
a-nd
COMMONS' WELLS.
Wo will furnish coemnion woljs with iron!
curhs. nt tho nsnnl prletos of sFomfon. Having
a patent, for passing w}niik sand we will fur-'
j iiish Artesian at (air mrates.
CARL fitJSOk'S.
NEW ORLEANS CARDS
i- i —
C0MMI8Sluit MERCHANTS.
J 8. C0FK8, Cotton Fee tor »nd Commis
• siod Mercfcsht, No. 61 Hi Chmrlea
New Orleans, la.
mvfvt,
.. »2^1y
0 A Ri)B« SBK1W.
E }\ VIKOlN, BtfecsMoT to P Maupay
, Pealera in9egAi, No. 1(>4 Gfavie^street,,
between, Camp and Moga*ine #tu. New Or
leans.
PRIVATE BOAKIURO HOUSE
rivate boardinp Bouse tept by.
.8. MOrSSIER, The boo*e 4
V
Mrs
nentely furnished throughout. Ko..
214 Conimou Street.
n48roU
J. & 6. CHOMWEUL.
Cotton Factors,
—and—
COMMISSION MERCHIITTS
No. 48 Onion St Net,
NEW OHJ.EASfk'
Hep II? Gm
/Oil* WIM.I All#.
T M W II.I.I AUS*
JOUN WILLIAMS & SON,
Pnccewors to John Williams A Co.,
Cotlton Factors
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
JVo. 31 JPtrtUd) tlrrrt,
Nbw Ori.eaiu.
Factors Row,
,J. 8. McCALL, Agent, Grenada, Mississippi;
Office at G. W. Lake, jr'tt, Store.
sep-213m
NOTICE.
i
i now noting us Agent foT Joeaph Hoy
Ksor.tlip contimiinc member of the old llouiiw
of Messrs. Tamil, Hoy& Co. f of Sew Oilenne.
This House is sofAVornblt known to the public
that 1 feel it unnecessary to Offer Words of
eonirnendstron. I nm prepared to furnish
B««ging and Rope or Ties, and »nv ne«Tg»ary
supplies to any shipping to this house, and I
will also make liberal cash advances on cotton
irv Land.
My nlfico is in the counting room of Mews.
Pcat-oik and Knox. I will ho glad to serve any
and all shining to this Bouse.
F. 8 ., We settle the Revenue fax Lera
«11 cotton going to Joseph Hoy , when it is d«*ir
ed.
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TEACHER'S,AGENCY,
Jons roWEH.
A Teoher's Agency has been opened by }Srt
A. 0. McLean, at 14l»8t. Charles Street, Now
Orleans Its purpose is to find teacher*for
♦•niployors mid situations for teacher*. Appli
cations, accompanied by satisfactory rofer# iKw*
nnd a postage stamp for return letter, will r*t
reive prompt attention. Mrs McLean wil
iipare no pains in making arrangements agree
fills to either party. Cbmimsaioii in propor
ot» to services rendered.
Jr
THE GULLETT STEEL BIU'SII GIN.
T his celeb rated Cotton Gin, is again
Ufacturcd uud**r the M»pvrid*ft*h of th#
Patentee, B. J). Uullett, with greatly improvvd
facilities; and we, a* agents for tli« Soiitfiwut.
imvw offer it iw the best gin made.
Its advantages
l^t The Quantity of cotton gi
g r. n time is much greater thaw by any other
gin of equal number of saws.
2d. ll separates from tin* Cotton nil mote*
an«l dust and leaven it clvtin txoni nap.
Bd. The Stool Brush straightens out tfivlint,
roumvinu ail kinks and knots.
•d in »
-lilt. The Roll ca
(it be broken by ever
feeding.
All til
*• nro tested before leaving Urn f:u
in this gin will sell for
.*»» in pri'-.*, salts I dent in 5* > Bales to p%y for
V« gin. fiecisua* it is freed from inotoa.ujrtand
\ Ootbm fro
*d
6*1
war
mui
onu
It h
been in
w? eEtciisiTidy in l|o*
imp.
South west teo(U>f years, and wh«r«v*r
it sujtesredall otiior gin*.
iieud for special ctascriptiv* ejrcular*.
<!
COTTON PRESSES.
$3,
W
nmnufaeturing for the crop of 1867
iniproY4*nn*ht on tbe Bullock press, whfi h
■liicli will meet all the reqrtifethtf'nl* of rfottdn.
packing. It can be worked by hand, hurnu-,.
or steam power, ('an be usml out doom or lik
a building; is rapid in its working' of immemM*
power, and makes a bale of exactly t>ht proper,
SMALL PORTABLE KSGIMS,
Horse Powers, Curn Mill# rmA Mift a»(f-|T»a
lation Machinm- andtAtg#««Dwmf IrapUuunts
of nil 'dtMrriyrtitnfi /
THUS. R BODLEY * Cfl ,
No. 0 Perdido St.,Xfi*w Drlein
tin
ol
first
ho
ySOmS
The:: ArrowiTie "
—AND—
PAINTED IRON BANDS,
sup
vox
BALING COTTON;
Combines the utmost simplicity With ths
greatest security. They arc made of the belt
wrought iron, and have been thoroughly tested
and approved by the cotton presses in' all the
principal Sea Ports, and by the planters
throughout cotton-growing States.
For sale by Merchants and di-stor.s in the
principal cities and towns, nt the very loweel
prices. A liberal discount to doslurs. Orders
respectfully solicited.
H. T. BAltTLKTT A R. V RAYNF,
Ceneral Agentit,
-3 S Caronde/el street,
80
L P. SANDERS t CO.,
JJAYE juNt received a large lot of
METALIC COFFINS
,
which will bo sold at. from fifty to three htm
d r ^d dollars each, W« will, 'also, kwp
ntly on hand
coft
WOOD COFFINS,
and will he solilat prieosfrpm five tr> fifty do
lar# ynoh. In s short timowe Will havs a fin
HEARSE, We work for cash. Take -to*
notice and govern yourselves aocordinglv -
Shop on Main Street, throe door# aorffi ot
Lako Brotherts, Grenada Miss.
April, 2T A. F, SANDERS A DO.
REMOVAL,
iron! Dr F. S. RIiihoIiI has removed tus nffi. " to
tha Drug Store of j. E. Hughes, a hero he ™n
always ho found unless pritfesslnnnlivengsgi-d.
Residence opposite Lena Lake's.
fiRirWi f&sA. ' „
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