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The Grenada sentinel. [volume] (Grenada, Miss.) 1868-1955, June 06, 1868, Image 3

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Corinth and Grand J unction Acewensodutien
daily, arrives 2:27 t, m., departFlO a. k.
Seaunerville ecoommodation. duly, except
Sunday, arrives 8:40 a. m., deparU 5 T. X.
Railroad tine twenty minutes faster than
«itr tune. Ticket office, 218 Main street and
«t Depot
jUHval R Hepartnre of Hail*
Mail train, Mississippi Central, going South,
arnvoa at Grenada, 5 aO; p m.
To inaura letters going South, they w ill have
to be deposited in tie letter box by keif after
4 o'clock, p m.
Mississippi Central, going North, arrivas at
Grenadk, 1.40; a m.
All letter! going North, must be in the office
ky 5 o'clock, p. in.
Mississippi A Tennessee, Mail train arrives
at 1 o'clock p. m„ and leaves at 1; 40; a. ni
day encept Sundays.,
I made np at 5 e'clark^p
by JAf*! hi MS.
every
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A. P. SANDERS,
AT Uia Old (st&od, on Coe's Corner.
FURNITURE MADE TO ORDER
AN®
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05 HAND at all timas,
Money_i« whRt X work for, end fhell
me23 tf.
•vpect it oa dAv«ry
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Importer! and Dealer! in
WINES, LIQUOF f= i
«KiARS, ETC., ETC,
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Afctnpkit , Ttnneste
3M©W StOClS.
OF
DRY GOODS!
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LATEST 8PRING * SUMMER STYLES.
B. CAHN,
east Side or public, squaxe,
Grenada, Min.
Una jnit received x Urge and well assorted
.tD«k of every do.cription, .pring and Rum
mer goods, clothing, shoes, Ac., end *IJ of JLho
very latest patter as, such as, w
SPRING MOHAIR,
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JAPANESE CLOTH,
MELANGE MIS TURKS,
MOHAIR MIXTURES,
FINE APPLE BERAGE, %\ f jl
BROCHK BERAfiE,
PRINTED LAWNS,
JACONET LAWNS.
And a complete stock of ladies'- miasao*' and
children'* Hosiery.
WHITE SWISS;
JACONET,
: ETSl,"
NAINSOOK,
BRILUANT1NES,
PARASOLS,
FANS. *c.
Also, a mmplete stock of
ET-AFLE and DOMESTIC GOODS,
CALICOES.
BLEACHED MULLINS,
BROWN MUSLINS, * V
aid ertry description of geoda gen|rally
kept ia all first-class dry goods stores.
Alio every rariety of
Sprlag and Saunter Clothing,
FURNISHING
Ladies' Kid Globe*, Cloth Congress Oai
terc, Cloth Laco Uaiter*, Kid Slippers, 4c,,.
l
WHOLESALE DEPARTMBNT.
21*0 prtpartd to Mil toed* of all kinds a)
r.wholsiri* at pries* which
DEFY COMPETITION,
i
Ia say market.
BK. WILE, Agent'
s
WM. A. RAYBURN.
Bast Side Public Square
GRENADA, MISS.
Has just removed hi* stock of 1
STAPLE AND FANCY »
dry goo ds
• Consisting of
MERINOE3,
SILKS,
POPLIN'S,
DELAINS,
FLANNELS,
CALICOES,
I have also on hand a largo assort
meat of sets of Ladies' Collars, Cuf >
and Sleeves, Valencines Laces, Glove
and Hosiery, which I am now
SELLING AT COST, /
in order to change my business- int
the grocery and provision line.
HATO,
BOOTS,
SHOES,
, DOMESTICS,
JEANS,
BLANKETS,
LOW ELS,
BED TICKINGS,
tnd all kinds atid qualities of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
*
These articles are of the latest
styles us such as will Buit the taste
and price of every one.
AY. A. RAYBURN.
Fob. 29"6ra
M'LEAN i WILLIAMS,
Dfput St., second House cast of Public Square
f
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GRENADA, MISS.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers.
Their Bar is at all time* supplied with the
beet brand* of Foreign and l'onesiit: Whis
kies, Brandis, Wines, Ale, &o.
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GROCERIES! GROCERIES!
We woold respectfully inform
and the public generally, that having bought
out tbo Grocery aud Produce stock of R. li.
-^"FRMAN f.Mj., and brought ou )#go
dfii nal suppliea, wo are now prepared to fur
every thing usually kept iu oar line, end
at the LOWEST GASil RATES.' We keen
ttfti i . ,r3 ' w " : *
fries da
ivd
BACON,
HAMS, *
COFFEE,
FLOUR,
SALT,
VINEGAR,
AXES,
BROOMS, Ac. Ac.
PORK,
SUGAR,
MOLASSES
CORN,
LIQUORS,
NAILS,
BUCKETS.
We have also a Wagon Yard and Cotton
Warehouse, ami will purchase, advance on,
and ship cotton.
We can be found at the brick hohto occu>
pied by B. II. Sherman. We are determined
lo sell cheap, and please all who will give ug a
call. All are invited.
PEACOCK* POWELL.
43-fim
GREENHAW & SON,
Dealers ia Hides and Leather
Koopi constantly <
Sole, Upper, Calf,
and pays highest prices
leather ; will also make
>n hand a supply of good
lyip and Harnesi Leather,
for Hidee in cash or
or repair Harness and
Bridles, at the old tan-yard, north of Brown
A Bon.
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BAKER HOUSE.
coofP'RviI.le, Mississim
Having thoroughly rtirrovated. ant|'refitM tha
Baker House, the uodenagne* LegG leavG
announce to bis friends, and the traveling
public generpHj^ that he i« prepared to fur
nifh theih the very best hotel accommodation
Wu. BAKKH.
#oprietor.
Give u* a call
i5ti
ror Salle.
A N(> 1 8ix-horse Portable Engine, in perfect
running order—on b -tter terms and Choaper
than the same niacuine can be bought el* -
where. J H CARR.
, Oakland, Xlse no48 Ira.
SKNTI.VJKI.
J. A. SIGNAtQO. - ■
-
The intoxication of aogor, is like
that of the grape, shews us to others,
but hides us from ourselves.
- • Eeiroa
Katnrday, Jane 6th. iRftfs.
From tlie Memphis Lodger
DOES MY Q US S J E LOY K ME
•Tell
, little floweret,
Blooming fresh and gjty
In ruyGusdio's window.
Does she love# me 7
Does she ttver ifhispor
•Softly unto you.
The u&iuv of 01
XsOvimi her, lovorf lsj*r truo?
who loves her.
Tell me, little birdling,
Warbling ia rout cage,
Dooa your miatreas lovo toe >
Como ! rny doubtB Matugo.
Cease your merry twittering;
••CoiBa 1 I pray you tell,
Does my Gumsiu love me?
Dooa she love mo well ?
Tell mo light-winged zophyr;
Tell mv gentle ur$eao;
nie beonoi of sunshine ;
I'ut my heart at «nse.
Does mr Gussie love «»oij
•Surely you must
As you hover round her.
Tell rao it is so ?
SILENT S O HR. O Wt
F.ppftk not a word to break the spidl
That binds a heart in mlent soirow;
No oue can know of grief so well
As bo who hears a funoral knell
And thinks oi inauy a lovely morrow.
No one Oan *hare the weight of grief
That bewfl the form of ail who boar it,
No sighs or loara can give relief,
No smij*s bnug joy, however brief.
Or linger ou iiu* lips that wear it.
No
fort can a friend impart
In words, however kindly apuken;
No hand een dry the tears that start
l rom the cbiUou fountains of that heart,
W hen once the c
brokeft.
ii'.ul bowl i
Hut from each c.ilunsr, holier thought
Can re alone our coidfort botrow,.
We find it sooftest when untaught;
Joy comes to us again unsought,
forget our silent sorrow.^ 1

WIT ANIJ HUMOR.
When docs a criminal resemble an
old book. When it ia bound over.
Why is oeffee like an axe wfth a
dull edge? Because it has to be
ground before it is used.
Fascination is dicided ae the art of
nailing an abmirer to his seat.
Beef-tea waB first made when
Henry VII dissolvad the Pope's
Bull.
The last novelty in sewing machines
that will fullow the thread qf
1B oi
an arjkj
lent.
" How long did Adam remain in
Paradise before he sinned ?" askel
an admirable earn, ipma of her lov
ing husband. " Till he got a wife,"
uuswered the husbaud, calmly.
A Western editor says, hi* co
temporary drinks so muoh whisky
that J
dcliri
A good way to Improve the mean
ory is to always remember the poor.
This appears to be a poor way.
" Father, what does a printer live
musquitoes biting him, die of
irn tremws.
on?"
" Why, my child ?"
" Because I heard you ssy you
hadn't paid him for three years, and
still take tho paper."
" Wife qpauk that child,"
Tom, who has some to grtef at
college, ffihas been making a clean
breast or his pecuniary Jpculties :
Fond Mother-— 1 * But, my dear,
you have made a very bad return for
nil your father's unremitting kind
ness 1"
Torn— 11 That* just where it was.
If be had had the kindness to remit
a little ottener I should have liked it
better."
It used to he s lew in one of %
in Qetmauy, hardly so
Jit'-N
large as many a wheat patch in our
western country, that bo one should
be allowed to enter upon the territory
uuless he had money enough to en
able him to juruey across it. One
day a traveler was stopped with the
usual question, to which he replied
that he had no money, hot he had
a biscuit in his pocket—sufficient
provisions to last him while he was
walking aCrojs the e,untry. *
Jt ' - ' ii.j.' 1 * ". ;.:,gU . ■' a. - a srr.»jrv~
Owwiil M«vr# Items.
A titan proposes to mike tlie de
cent of Niagara la a lifeboat.
A. Head characterise* one of life
friends as the * greet North American
single, solitary cigsr-iat."
Rer. Mr. Milburn, tfceblmd preach
er, goes to Berlin to bare his
operated on.
Hound-toed boots sod shoes
going out of fashion.
Strawberries are seventy-fire cents
per quant in New York.
"Smutty Nose" is the euphonious
name of an island off the Maine coast,
"Inveigling a lacteal distillery," is
the Cincinnati reportorial for stealing
a cow.
Wade has been in tbe Senate for
i eighteen years.
Colfax is only sixteen years younger
than bis mother. ' *
j Mr. Stephen Van Rensselaer, the
"Plitroon" of Albany, died on the
125th tilt., aged, 80, years.
Brown low said last week: "I am
very feeble, buy here's a heap of dev
ilment left in wf'yet,"
Impeachment is christened the
"Lost Cause, Junior."
A certain blonde muntacho in Cin,
cinnati measures ten and a half inches'
rom tip to tip.
1 The Southern Presbyterian Assem
bly meets next year at Mobile.
The Pope has granted several med
als to Jewish doctors.
Sunflowers grow thirty feet high in
Antoni, and cactus plants fifty.
Bonner is driving Dexter on the
road every morning. ' *
4 Blackberries from the sunny south
are in the New York market.
Edward Fawcett, poet, ought to
have a fiuo flow of ideas.
Garrison aokuowledges the receipt
of a $31,000 testimonial from his ab
.olition friends.
Tlie late Col. Hatard, the Con
necticut powder man, leaves an estate
of about 82,000,000:
Ljttle Japanese Tommy is perform
ing in London.
Inlinenra appears to be the epidem
ic in half the oouu'riea of Europe.
^ Homes for workiug meu, with board
and lodging, for 83 per week are pro
posed iii Chicago.
(l An editor id a Massachusetts town
asks for either a rigid dog law
extensive sausage manufactory.
Artificial concrete wails faced with
glazed tiles, are, it is said* likely to
enter largely hereafter into the cons
struction of city edifices.
Since the assassination of T. D'Ar
cy McGee, a single establishment iu
Montreal has issued 50,000 photo
graphic likenesses of him.
Robert Browning's nestepoett! will
have the cheerful distinction of being
the longest pocui in the English lan
guage.
General Rosseati says his "unpleas
antness" with Curly Bill, the Nevada
stage-driver, is a laughable story and
a hoax. t
Gen. Butler's apple trees are late
blossoming on his Lowell farm ; they
" itU
°
eyes
are
|
or an
In Canada, judges can hereafter sen
tence boys guilty of larceny to be
whipped, instead of imprisonment.
Hiram Powers has completed a
statue of Edward Everett, which he
would have given to Boston but for
the criticisms upon his statue of Web
ster.
The anniversary of tho'fall of Max
imilian, was celebrated in Mstatnoros
ou the l&th ult., by the firing of ar
tillery, a sham fight and various other
demonstrations.
Henry F. Dickens, son of tWnov
slist, made his debut as a publiFread
er of his fathers works, at Strood, in
Kent, England, two or three weeks
»g°
The Natchitoches Times, of the
16th ult., has a cut of a negro mount
ed, on a cotton caterpiller. with the
text, "go }« into all the la^d and
preach corn unto every planter."
Tha Radical editors of Missouri had
a meeting at S'.. Louis on Saturday,
and resolved to come out squarely in
favor of negro suffrage and negro el
evation generally.
The London Times says tho United
States have condensed into four years
the dreadful experience and the aaiu.
tary schooling of a European century.
The ladies qf the Austrian embassy
have smoked pipes and drauk coffee
in tho Sultan's harem st Constant)
nople, by .invitation of the Sultan
himself.
-
A new fashion is announced is
Paris. Lsdics carry their parasols
and flmhrellas hitched to their sides
like swords ; which confer* on them
—especially if they wear hate aud
plume*, aud high boots With high
heels—a military appearance.
Thro slender maiden ladies in New
York are fattening sgaiyst each other
fdr a wagfir, the first attaining one
hundred aud fifty pounds to wio.
Ose trains on sherry, eggs and tripa,
the other dn choeoiatc and shad
ro*M.
State We*^ ; ■
We l«*rn from the Canton Citizen
that a man named Wwr«B Kyk, liv
ing four miles south of that city,
killed a negro loyal leaguer called
Aaro# Brown in self defense while the
latter was in the act of stealing from
the former. Mr. Kyle was tried and
acquitted Wit is now threatened by
the loyal leaguers with vengexseo,
Corsican vendetta's are again at
premium,,
The Liberty Herald learns that the
army worm is at work in Amite coun
ty, but the damage done so far
amounts to little or nothing. Many
doubt that it is tbe veritable army
worm, and none seem to apprebaod
any great danger to the cotton crop.
When the news we learn from the
Reporter o£ the acquittal of Presi
dent Johneonjeiched Holly Spring*,
the negroes of the neighborhood
gathered in that town, armed with
pistols, bowie knives, guns, clubs, etc ,
and under the leadership • of several
white Radicals, matched to the resi
dence of Judge Cummings, a well
known and bigUMt
of North MiaeisSI
respectable citixeo
„pi, and breaking,
down the doora entered the bouse,
oarried all the furniture into the
street and burned it to aahes. Fortu
nately Judge Cummings heard of the
approach of the mob in time to take
refuge in the homo of a neighbor,
and thus save himself from'personal
violence and in all probability death.
Thu authorities, after the mob had
done all the damage possible, arreated
the ringleaders snd dispersed the
rest.
Leap Year
Forever.—M™.
Smith, without diatinftion of time,
and in utter disregard of the old
Saxon Loop year law, anuonneos : " I
stand to
point, and I nail my
colors to the maat in defence of it—
that it is right, proper and delicate
for a woman to choose her husband ;
and the man thus distinguisned by
her choice will feci himself ennobled
and sanctified."
Ot-R O.nly Hop* in Democracy.
succeed in the
coming electros, the man is not
living who will ever sec nei
prosperity in the eo-ealA
States; and it is doubtffiPwhether
future generations will ever behold
that result if the Radical policy per)
manently prevails.
It bceomes men of property to look
at this matter with calm and
siderate minds. It would be better
for any man, rich or poor, to-day, to
loose half his property, however
great or small it to be, than to have
the Radical policy persued one year
longer. The foundations of our
whole system of government,
which the pillars of society, of prop
erty, of national and individual pros
n rest, aro underminded already.
itting a conservative admiuut
tration next fail, we shaii succeed in
saving the fabric- It the people can
sent to the election of all administru
—If the Kn&i
now
ace and
United
con
> n
tiou of Radical proclivities, the cud
of national thrift and glory will be
near at band. T%e result o f the
jXlections last fall give new courage to
those who desire to save the oountry
from anarchy. It behooves every
man who has property in the land or
possesses the least spark of patriotism
to set and vote with wisdom at the
coming election, blur only chance of
political salvation is in the success of
the Democratic party In November
next.— San Frandico Enquirer.
4
-V£ir AD VERTISEMENTS
REPUBLICAN MASS MEETING!
Come One, Come All!
TURN OUT LOYAL MEX
AND HEAR YOUR
CANDIDATES!!
The Republican Candidate on the State Tick
et, Will addroas the people of Grenada, on
SATURDAY, the 6th day of June n«xt. Sov
•tal of the most distinguished Speaker* oc the
Republican side of the question, are expected
to he present. Loyal poopie of the City and
vicinity are expected t« turn out oi mu tie, and
give life candidate a rousing welcome
Roar. J. Alcouk,
Chiarman, Ex'vo Com. 2nd District.
S. S. Asoxvisk.
P. J. Mxawxe
S. S.* ANGEVINE & CO.
DKALZR8 IK
FAMILY GROCERIES,
A5D
V
PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
GRENAHA, MISS.
HAVING just ncsivcd a fine tad well se
lected stock of Froduco and Groceries, w« are
prepared to soil. For Ctuk Only, as cheap aa
any house this aide of Memphis or New Or
leans—Sugur, Cotfw, Sfolaises, Bacoa, Most
Pork, Cauvassod fiams. Lard, Mackerel by
the retail kit or barrel; Flour, Meal, Hooiov,
Kite, Tea, Tobacco, 8oap, Ceadlea, SpUandid
Apple Vuiegar, Salt by tbe nek or barrel,
Iiuckatfo, Broome, Axes, Nail*. I'awder, Shot
and Caps—with a most excellent aesortaeat
at' Shell Goods, eompriaiag a large venetv
fiduuaji Emits.. Fmame, Oyster*,
S»,uces7Muet«ds, and ailother-articlfa
' phwry Rouse.
arit our friends and tbo
,'to giyo rn a call, ea we exp
of
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Prio<5wU »ad Instructor in English Litea-ntur* end Belies Ltmae, Mr* visas e HOLCOMB*
Teacher ofPrua.ry Department. Hiss PATTIE FWffftt
Prof, of Music, Vocal and tnetrunentel, Prof, Was. %, STRAB 1
rawing Fainting and Oraaaieatai braaclw.. Mrs. J'ERMELli
TdSy Waiw flrad Of the Xlo.«Wd, See. W.B WUJIT
r #pp1 ' *+***£*+.
i i'll.L a.
Dr
R. D. McLEAN,
Attorney at Law,
GRENADA* MISS
!
Pxompt iltcntiMi given to collection* in th4
couofiej of YAobushn, Carroll, Cfcoetew, C»l
bouu ar.e Tallakatchie . alee ui the Lxitoo
State* Court at Oxford. alSyl
J. C. GRAY,
ATT0RNKY AT LAW,
u30 ly) GRENADA, MISS.
JERE. 1. DAVIS,
Attorney At Law
Grenada, Mitt.
3Tice in Beatiael Building, h
W. P. BRYAN.
BRYAN & PAYNE. ,
{SURVEYORS AND ENGINEERS, \
.. "
.nada, *liss.
Farticnlar itUntion eives to laying cfl
* Bd
ffico over re»co-k 4 Knox'a «tor». [»S6yl
A. S. PASS,
ATT0RNBY AT LAW.
GRENADA, MISS
WATCilEJS, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY
Rvptired to order, by
AT BlfiGOr'S OLD Sf AND.
u 2 fHf
J 8. PAYS*.
L. PODE5TA
T X VALUTAS*
L. PQ'DESTA & CO,
Wholesale firoters
ami dealers in
LIQUORS, WINE. ALE, PORT**.
TOBACCO, CIGARS. ETC,
No. 55 Madiion itreet.,
(First (ioor east o: SneenS.)
MimpuibJ Tens.
All order, for family ami jdaatalion fwip
plies pn'mptly filled. k*p2l-iy
.
• Insolvent Notice
WHEREAS, at tha April tan# of the Pro
hate Court of Yakihmhu county, Mbs., tha
estate of E. Newharger, deceased, vai de
clared insolvent; Therefore,\ all creditor* of
said estate aro hereby notified to come forward
and have their claims dulv registered in the
register kept hy the Probate clerk of said
rourt, for that porno «s, within the time pre
scribed by law. or they will be forever barred
L- fcODENHEIMER
April 21, 1868-43 It*
Admin i»tr»tor.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
Letters of administration of the citato of
Fohert Jennings, deceased, having been grant
e undersigned at the March term, A
, of the Probate Court of Ymofush*
Mississippi: Now, this is to notify ail
person* having claims agaiust the ertatc of
said decedent, to exhibit the *ame and have
them regietcred in the manner, and within the
time proscribed by law, or they will be forever
barred. J. J. JEJWMG8,
April 25,1868-43-64
ed fi
D. I
Cbonty,!
Administrator
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Mr*. Axitle Vile
1
Connty Court of Gre
nada. Fi. Fa.
vi
Pimen Wile.
By virtue of tbo foregoing
me directed from tbe Clerk
writ of Ft Fa to
t of the County
Court of Grenada, Mississippi, l wtU proceed
to sell for cask, oa (he public square, in the
town of Grenada, on the first Monday in Juno
next, within the hotwa prescribed hy law, lot
So. 30 of Snider * survey, in the east ward of
Grenada, containing ten acres, being a part of
west hf of a w qr of section 17, townpstp 22
range 5 otei. levied an as the propetty of do
fondant, to satisfy Mid judsmenfildid Coe*
May 2d, 1888,
I R- witsoH, m
J. A MORRISES. Bpouia! dop-y.
44-St
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Buffiagwo.-'/ Co,
V5
Patrick Scaa'.iu & Mrt. Patrick icsolra
County Court of Offipida, Ft. Fa
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Bv virtue of tho foregoisg writ of ft. Fa.
tao dtnwted fsuat *r.« Clark of tho fxuatv
Court of GiouartA. Mississippi, I will proceed
to sell for ca#. or. tho public sqaa>, iu the
J«*0
u .i | wm e k rftfS"
fewfiof Grenaar . '*
Patrick
edit -
Bv JOS. A. MORRISON. Special den y
M»y 2, 1888 3»
If
town of Granada.- on lbs
next, within the baara P
P
!
o{ JttnJ
mem e nd
shtr
m
A Wist *id, «f tfce %mre.l
Boot mi Bm Msktr.
ALL ORl'ESS PROHPTLT AJTEN* BD>
CASH PAID
8 .
*t. No 61 St Cbu-le* street
ivr OrltNM.
a 2 -* 2 f
garden seeds.
K F. VIRGIN, HMMur to 1) Msapor
Deslen iaNmul*. No. 104 Grsviar xnS.
betvoex, Camp and lUguiu At Utr Or
■'"* aogtl-ly
STOVES,
^ LzVMPS
*
LAMP STOCKS,
snd all kinds of
no ,ik t caAwroan,
Sign of tlx hif Coffee Pot.
EAST MDE 0* THE PUBLIC SQUARE,
Dealer, in all t«*di
LAMP OILS,
FURNISHING GOOD*,
WOOD WARE & BROOMS,
mi, in feet, ill artiilex needed tot
he u«ekeeping.
BAinJFACtfl 0 ?
r;.Y. copper i saitr-mm warm.
BoofiRg, GaiterI br a Repairing;
preapUy attended te.
AU oa the mat reunxkk prieee end mk
peyment*.
JMt
J. 1. SAWYER t 00.
A«rly opposite M* BriKktMM Otero*.
Grenada- JHIn.
BAKERS ft CONFECTIONERS
*SS USUM IX
Family Groceries.
mLL kinds of Breed. Cawitee, Cakes, Ac
kept, com*»n% o» hand Wedding parties
ud Families supplied cm tiis shertMt notice
fann-d TV at to Antee.- a, -
ouu Y'* * '■'•A rfJIttrrS, «ti*r.
of th- van w «-.i,*.
«7 «« qnatrt
Thaakll fo» tbs literal Mirouac*. h.r«te-,
. * ^roatiauaSiB^ of tb»
- •
foam »
iRDACO
asc axxsaxt.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
IK !k:: ftr.*'., Memphis. Tsau
Wjwnte. OmnyMMSfe
VftX> C. Kll
w. J. TyTLA
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itePha. Town
a
Co. Hew Or,
."Ohio; Farnt*
; M. Williarn
i Ce; C. T. P*A
hk. aad Fla i
'.Ft
lard. Prett,
mm e -1 . I ■LJM
iMtitotion. Gslhreath, Stewart 4
phis.

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