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[From flm Mobile Times.]
'last fall.
BY itlSS NELLY MARSHALL.
Last Fall, along the quiet street.
With hearts both free and light,
Two ofuri walk'd and softly talk'd :
were su to-night!
Both of our voices whispered then,
heads bent low,
bauds were closely clasp'd,
Botkpf our feet stepp'd slew.
Butll of
Beth of
keeping time
Both of our hearts
( To the fond words we satd,
As wonder'd we longRhe streets.
With the bright stars o'er head.
Last Fall! only one little rear—
Ou* little year-—has past !—
Hdw high have sprung the rough, rank
tares,
Fate iu my pathway cast!
Ah ! Falla may couie, and they may go,
And stars shine, soft and bright—
But we will never walk and talk
that Autumn night!
As
A POLITICAL NURSERY SOSO.
We copy the following nursery rhyi
the Lexington (Ky.) /Statesman, only correct
ing the evident blunders of the compositor:
from
Sing a sont:; of Hiram
Ulysses full of rye ;
Every'A-arpet-bagger s
Finger's in the pie.
When the pie is open
Little birds will
■■■!
Bing.
" Hiram, Hiram wants to be,
But never will he, king."
Hiram's in the wigwam*
Feeling very Insky,
Full of high ambition
(Synonym lor whisky);
Hiram a out of doors.
Showiug off his clothes,
the people
Long
Aud nip off liis uose.
♦Referring, tre suppose, to his " Iudian ba
by record. Vide Anna Dickinson.
WIT AND 1IUM0R.
A sweet plant—Honeymoon.
The- latest sensation—Hot
A quaek doctor—A duck of a
physician.
Do our domestic poultry enjoy foul
weather.
The beat seats at some of our
theatres—The receipts.
The beggar's avocation—Preying
for his daily bread.
Tbe perfumer of the world—The
centre of the earth.
fUe New York Leader considers
the theft of molasses a sirup-stitious
\
act.
Is it imagined that the polar bear
considers his habitation an-ice place ?
Threatening attitudes that never
excite journalistic ire—Raising clubs
for newspapers.
A secret has been admirably de
fined as "anything made known to
everybody in a whisper."
"Thats' tho rock on which we
split," said Charley to his wife when
she asked him to rock the cradle.
The alarming frequency of Western
divorces suggests that most house
hold affairs would not go on so de
lorously if the women did not go on
so dollar-ously.
While crossing a ferry a little three
year old was" heard to exclaim, as she
saw a sailboat, "Oh, mamma, there's
a boat with a bonnet on I"
Grant Man—I tell you, sir, repub
licanism is looking up.
Seymour Man—Well, radicalism is
So flat on its back that it can't look
any other way.
A rural editor of this State Com
pliments a brother rural editor thus:
"Mr. Brown is a clear thinker,
ready and vigorous writer, and first
rate fellow 'to boot.' "
Ati Alabama colored Senator
opened his mouh and spake, "date
de judges of the Probe ought for to
fix up de contraks twixt de white
man de colored man. Kase de judges
of da Probe is all (oil and would giv
jestlS."
"Well; Jones, so you have been out
to look at Texas. Did
thing of Smith while there?
he's gone deranged.
"Yes, indeed ! he doesn't know his
cows from those of his neigh
you see any
Yes
Has he?"
own
borsl
When a man and woman arc made
by a oiergyman, the question is
which is the one. , Sometimes there
long struggle between thesj, be
fore the matter i* finally ^tled.
• Y . *■* p
A young lady from the seminary of
M-being asked at the table if
she would have some more cabbage,
replied : "By no means; gastronomi
cal satiety admonishes me that I
have arrived at the ultimate culinary
doglntition consistent with the code
<rf Esoulapins.
A greenhorn being about to be
matriad resolved to make himself
perfect in the responses of the
vice, but by mistake got by heart the
"office of baptism for riper years*'' so
whon asked in church. " Will thon
have this woman,", etc., he answered,
"I renounce them all." The clergy
man said, "I think you are a fool,"
to which he replied, "all this ! stead
fastly believe."
one
i v a
sor
Josh Billings says that mon who
have a great deal to do with horses
demoralize much faster than the
Horses dq. Ho adds:- "I tyiow lots
of folks who arc real pius, and who
»re honest enuff to work up into
united estate assessors, and, such good
moral chunks left over, biit when
they come to tork boss they waDt as
much tookiug after as a ease of dip
hhery."
IRMUKATIC PLAfF0U.1i;
The Democratic party, in National
Convention assembled, reposing its
trust in the intelligence, patriotism
and discriminating justice of tho poo
pie ; standing upon the Constitution
as the Inundation and limitation of
t'he powers of the Government, and
the guarantee of tjic liberties of- tho
citizen ; aud recognizing the ques
tions ol slavery and secession as hav
ing been settled for all liino to come
by the war or the voluntary action of
the Southern States in Constitutional
Conventions assembled, and never to
be renewed or reagitated ; do, with
the return of peace, demand,
1. Immediate restoration of all tho
States to thoir rights in the Union
under the Constitution and civil gov
crement of the Amer'can people.
2. Amnesty for all past political
offenses, and the regulation of the
elective franchise in the States by
their citizens, and the payment of
the public debt of the United States
as rapidly as practicable.
3. All money drawn from the peo
pie by taxation, except so much as is
requisite for the necessities of the
Government, economically adminis
tcred, should be honestly applied to
such payment, and where the obliga
tions of tho Government do not ex,
pressly state upou their face, or the
law under which they were issued
does not provide that they shall be
paid in coin, they ought, in right aud
justice, to be paid in the lawful mon
ey of the United States.
4. Equal taxation of every species
of property according to its real value.
including Government bonds, and
other public securities.
5. One currency for the Govern
ment and the people, the laborer and
the office bolder, the pensioner and
the soldier, the producer and the bond
holder;
powerto the end that the usurpations
of Congress and the despotism of the
sword may cease.
8. Equal rights and protection fir
naturalized and native born citizens
at home and abroad ; an assertion of
American nationality, which shall
command the respect of foreign pow
ers, and furnish an example and en
couragement to people struggling for
national integrity, constitutional lib
erty and individual rights, and the
maintenance of the rights of natural
ized citizens against the absolute
doctrine of immutable allegiance, and
the claims of foreign powers to pun
ish them for alleged crime committed
beyond their jurisdiction.
Ih demanding these measures and
reforms we arraign the Radical party
for its disregard of right, and the
paralleled oppression aud tyranny
which have marked its career, after
the most solemn and unanimous pledge
of both Houses of Congress to prose
cute the war exclusively for the main
tenance of the Government and the
preservation of the Union under the
Constitution;
It has repeatedly violated that most
sacred pledge tinder whish was ral
lied that noble volunteer army, which
carried our flag to victory.
Instead of restoring the Union, it
has, so far as its power, dissolved it,
and subjected ten States in time of
peace to military despotism and negro
supremacy.
It has nullified there the right of
trial by jury.
It has abolished the habeas corpus,
that most sacred writ of liberty.
It has overthrown the freedom of
speech and the press.
It has substituted arbitrary seiz
ures and arrests, and military trials
and secret Star Chamber Inquisitions,
for constitutional tribunals.
0. Economy iu the administration
of the Government, tbe reduction of
the standiog army and navy; the
abolishment of the Freedman's Bu
reau, and all political instrumentali
ties designed to secure negro suprem
acy; simplification of the sy-tem and
the discontinuance of inquisitorial
boards for assessing and collecting
internal revenue, so that the burden
of taxation may bo equalized and les
sened ; the credit of the Government
and the currency made good ; the re
peal of all enactments for enrolling
the State Militia into National forces
in time of peace ; a tariff for revenue
upon foreign imports, and such equal
taxation under the internal revenue
laws as will afford incidental protect
tion to domestic manufactures, and as
will, without impairing the revenue,
impose the least burden upon and
best promote and encourage the great
indrustrial interests of tbe country.
7. Reform of abuses in the Admin
istration, the expulsion of corrupt
men from offices, the abrogation of
useless offices, the restoration of right
ful authority to, and the independence
of tbe Executive and Judicial depart
ments of tbe Government; tho subor
dination of the military to the civil
un
It has disregarded in time ofpeaee
the right of the people to be free
from search and seizures.
It has entered the post and tele
graph offices, and even the private
rooms of individuals, and seized thoir
private papers and letters, without
any specification oi notice of affidavit
as requited by the organic law.
It has converted the American
ibol into a bastile.
It has established a system of spies
and official .espionage to which
constitutional monarchy of Europe
would now dare to resort.
It has abolished the right of ap
peal on important constitutional ques
tions to the supreme judiciary tribu
nal, and threatens to curtail or des» ]
troy its original jurisdiction, which is
irrevocably vested by tho Con.titu- j
ion, while the learned Chief Justice!
has been subjected to the most 1
cap
i
atrocious calumnies, merely because
he would not prostitute his high of
flee to the support of the falso and
partisan charges preferred against the
President.
Its corruption and extravagance
have exceeded anything known in
history, and by its frauds and monop
dies it has nearly doubled the bur
den of debt created during the war.
It has stripped the President of
his constitutional power of appoint
ment, even of his own cabinet,
Under its repeated assaults the pil
lars of the Government are rooking
on their base, and should it succeed
in November next and inaugurate its
President, we will meet it as a subject
and conquered people amid the ruins
of liberty and the scattered fragments
of the Constitution ; aud we do de
clare and resolve that ever since the
people of the Fnited States threw off
all subjection to the British Crown,
the privilege and trust of suffrage
have belonged to the several States,
and havo been granted, regulated and
controlled exclusively by the politi
cal power of each State respectively,
aud any attempt by Congress, on any
pretext whatever, to deprive any
State of this right, or interfere with
this exercise, is a flagrant usurpation
of power which can find no warrant
in the Constitution, and, if sanctioned
by the people, will subvert our form
of government, and can only end in a
single centralized, consolidated gov
eminent in which the separate cxis
tenee of the States will be entirely
absorbed, and an unqualified despo
tism be established in place of a
Federal Union of equal States,
That we regard the reconstruction
acts of Congress, so-called, as usurpa
tions unconstitutional, revolutionary
and void, and that our soldiers aud
sailors who carried the flag of our
country to victory against a most
gallant arid determined foe, must ever
be gratefully remembered, and all the
guarantees given in their favor must
be faithfully carried into execution.
That the public lands should be
distributed widely among the people
and should be disposed of cither un
der the presemption or homestead
laws, and sold iu reasonable quanti
ties, and to none but actual occupants
at the minimum price ns ertablished
by the Government,. When grants of
the public lands may be allowed,
necessary for the encouragement of
important publio improvements, the
proceeds of the sale of such lands,
aud not the lands themselves should
be so applied.
That tho President of the United
States, Andrew Johnson, in exercis
ing the power of his high office in
resisting the aggressions of Congress
on the constitutional rights of the
States and the people, is entitled to
the gratitude of the whole American
people, and on'behalf of the Demo
cratic party we tender him our thanks
for his patriotic efforts iu that re
gard. ..
Upon this platform the Democratic
party appeal to every patriot, includ
ing all the conservative olement ^nd
all who desire to support the Consti
tutiou and restore the Union, forget
ting all past differeucesmf opinion, to
unite with us in the present great
struggle for the liberties of the peo
pie, and that to all such, to whatever
party they may have heretofore be
longed, we extend the right hand of
fellowship and hail all such co-opera
ting with us as friends and brothers
r
RELIABILITY
Ts the one thing above all others that is most
desirable in a business man. Advertisers will
find us always ready to guarantee perfect sat
isfaction in contracts that may be made with
us. We arc enabled to offer special induce
ments to parties who may wish to advertise
extensively. Send all orders direct to us, or
write for estimates. We are agents for all pa
pers throughout the United States, and the
Canadas.
F. I. DIBBLE He CO.
Publishing if Advertising House,
208 Main St., Louisvile Ky.
STAR AGRICULTURAL WORKS. .
THE ALBANY COTTON GIN
MANUFACTURING CO.
Manufacturers of the celebrated 'Star'
Cotton Gins and Condensers,
"Star" Threshing Machines,
"Star" Lever and Endless
Chain Horse Powers, and other Agri
cultural Machinery.
Our "STAR" Cotton Gin and Condensor
have taken first premiums in every instance
where entered at Southern Bairs, competing
with the best gins iu the country made by oth
er parties.
At the two great Fairs of the Mechanics and
Agricultural Association, held at Now Orleans
sucoessively in November, 1866, and January,
1868, the "Star" (Jin nnd Condenser took
X-ft-at both Fairs-®®, all the Premiums offer
ed on Gins and Condensers, against a competi
tion embracing all other GinB of any promi
nence in tbe country. Also at tbe fust tw
Stnte Fairs held at St. Louis Mo., our Gin and
Condenser took tbe Frst premium against a
powerful competition.
We claim, therefore for the -'Star" Gin, su
periority over all other Gins, and tho I'lanter
who know/how much the value of his cotton
is increased by the good character of the work
of bis Gin, will not fail to procure tbe "Star'
Gin, which is certified by the highest authori
ty to bo superior in all.respects to the many
other Gins- in market. The Condenser is a
, ....
iTl ' ' 'wdresX °° a W >ilcatlon b f
ALBANY COTTON GIN MANUFACTUR.
^0 , Albany N. Y., P. o. Drawer 162.
feature so new to many planters, that it may
be necessary 10 stste, 1st. That the Condenser
entirely obviates tbenmmssityofa "lint Room"
for with that attachment a Gin inuy be' used
in tbo open air or under a temporary s
and the Sheet or bat as it is discharged
Lhe Condenser is reudy for the Press.
2nd. The Condenser very effectively cleans
the cotton of Band and dirt, and thereby mate
rially addsjto the appearance find value of the
shelter,
from
cotton.
3rd. Planters testify that *'now a White
man can gin cotton and not suffer by inhaling
tbe fine, almost imperceptible particle of lint
which fill the air where a X'oodenser is
used." f
N. B. We furnish Gins with or without
Condensers.
Dealers, gen
Our complete Illustrated Descriptive Circu
lar is sent, free of char
mail
not
For sale by our Agents and
BLOOD MANHOOD!
NOTHING so important; send 10 cents for
sealed 7t> pages on the whole subject, showing
who can and who ought to marry, to Dr. Whit
tier, 017 St. Charles street, St. Louis, Mo,—
Confidential Consultation free, at office or by
mail. State your case, no matter who havo
failed. lie stands pro eminently above all
others in St. Louis, in his specialty, Patients
treated by mail or Exp Jess in everv 8ato.—
The writings of a physician whose reputation
is union wide, should be worth the postage.
LOTIO.
• Lotio—is neat, clean,
and reliable and richly perfium
PROF. Christy s H
pure, unifor
6d for the toilet. It cont
or other poisonous minerals or oils. Jt makes
the hair Glossy and Beautiful, removes dan
druif, l es to res gray lmir to its original color—
will grow hair on bald heads and "can he used
dressing forever without the slightest
injury to the brain or optic nerve.' 1 Do not
take anything else but get the pure article.—
If your Druggist will not get it tor you, seud
direct to the manufactory. Sold by Druggists
$1 per bottle, half dozen, $5, or sent to any
address on receipt of the money. Liberal de
Send tor testimonials.
A. R. CHRISTY & CO.
Manufacturers.
H. C. I.LOYD, Louisville, Ky., BARNES,
WARD <k tO., New Orleans, La., Wholesale
Agents.
sugar ol lead
f!
■■
ductiou to the trade.
ATTENTION TOBACCO
USERS!
THE Appetite for Tobacco destroyed by using
ORTON'S PREPARATION. Send stamp for
Circular. Address
C. B. COTTON,
Box 1748 Portland, Maine
WANTED!
AGENTS—At $2"0 per month everywhere, to
sell our Letter "A" Underfeed Common 8en.se
Family 8ewing Machine, priceouly $18. Fully
warranted three years. It does every variety
of family sewing and tailor work. No other
low priced machine will gather and sew, gatli
ou at the same time. 8eud lor Circulars at
BLISS & CO.,
Sole Agents for the United States, Louis
villo, Ky.
CAUTION—Do not be imposed upou by
parties palming off the little New England
Machine under the name of Common Sense.
The genuine enlarged aud improved Common
Sense Machine can be obtaiijed only from us.
HORSTIYIANN, RROS & CO.
FIFTH & CHERRY STREETS,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Manufacturers and Importers of
Regalia,
Military, Church and Theatrical
GOODS.
Properties for Masonic Lodges, Chap
ters, Commandarios, A. aud A.
Rite, Sons of Temperance, Good
Templars, American Mechan
ics, Red Meu, Knights of
Pythias, American Protes
tant Association, Druids,
Harugari, and other
REGALIA
and Jewels constantly on hand and
made to order.
Also a well assorted stock of materials for the
niucture of Regalia at tho lowest market
rates.
Militi
Ghureli and Theatrical Goods of
every Description.
Flags and Banners made to order.
8ilk, Bunti
and Mu.-ii
Flags for Gam
paign purposes
Agents for A
Railroad Companies supplied with Cups,
Buttons, etc., for Uniforming Employees.
Campaign Medals, Pius, Badges, etc.
riciin manufactured Bunting.
$10 to $20 A DAY
GUARANTEED
GOOD Agents Wanted to Introduce Our New
Star Shuttle Sewing Machine? Stitch alike
both sides. The only first-class, low-priced
machine in the market. We will consign ma
chines to responsible parties, and employ
Energetic Agents, on a Salary. Full particu
lars and sainplu work furnished on applica
tion. Address. M. M. BEACH A CO,
Memphis, Teun.
'•ii
JOhn F. Morton &Co
150 and 158 Main Stre it,
LOUISVILLE, KY.
Publisher*, Booksellers <5 Siationers
OF! ER to the Trade and to Dealer * generally
the largest and most complete ass irtinent of
all Goods in their line, to be found ii tho South
west, consisting of a very large aud well scdcct
ed stock of the most popular
SCHOOL BOOKS
which, by our system of Exchange with otbe-r
Publishers, we are enabled to offer »n specially
favorable terms.
Law, Medical and Miscellaneous
Books
M hich our long established connections wrtl»
Eastern Houses enables us to furnish at tbe
lowest rates.
Note, Cap and Letter Papers,
Of the best manufacture, and in great variety.
Blank Books, Envelopes, Slates, Pencils, Copy
Books, &c.
Price List furnished on app
by mail solicited, which shall
careful attention as if made in person.
lication. Orders
receive the same
Patent
WELL AUGER.
I am the authorized agent to sell County
Rights to the
Heath's Patent Well-Boring
Auger,
Bl the Stale of Mississippi,
This is a New Patent,
and a groat improvement on all Angers of the
kind, Auy ordinary well can bo bored iu
from three to six hours and these wellA r
sunk in kitchen, or any place desired,
demand for these wells is extensive and those
working these Augers find them profitable.
Appliances necessary to overcome all diffi
culties will be furnished with the Auger. I
keep a specimen Auger at Grenada, ready for
inspection. Thtfuo wishing topurchane can
me at Grenada or address me by mail af I
place. Mr. Heath the patentee conducts a
large foundry in Memphis and will rarfllsh aud
repair Augers at short notice.
n51m3
this
JOHN POWELL.
EMMA MERCER INSTITUTE.
A
Iflli
II
Mil
'
Grenada, Mississippi.
(Late Yalofwsfta Baptist Female Institute.]
■:o:
T'his Institution tras re-opencd,on the 1st of February, 1867, and lias now been in suc
cessful operation eighteen months. Every advantage wili be afforded for thorough instruc
tion in every department, The next session will commence on Wednesday, the 23rd of
September, 1808.
EMMA HOLCOMBE.
W. S. PERRY.
Aug8-m5.
BUFFINGTON & CO
Wholesale and Retail
GROCERS,
—and—
COMMISSI ON MEIi C1IA NTS
East side l'ublic Square.
GRENADA, MISS.
Wc take pleasure in announcing to the pulp
lie that we have just received another large
stock of
GROCERIES,
P110 VISIONS,
ROPE, BAGGING
IRON TIE?,
WESTERN PRODUCE,
and everything the planter wants, which is
usually kept in similar establishments; all of
which we are ottering at unusually low prices
We also havo a large "Brick Warehouse"
for the purpose of storing cotton,'being situa
ted on a,lot remote from any other building
lace in town to store
length of time,
rehouse at the
wc think it the only safe ph
cotton, which is tq.reinam a
We are now in our large
Railroad depot, where we will store and ship
cotton, and receive and store all freight which
may be shipped to our care.
We are
liberally o
turned over to us for shipment.
BUFFINGTON & CO.
Grenada, Mist.
prepared to buy cotton, or advance
u the same, when stored with us, or
n42-tf
BOAK, & CRAWF011D,
Sign of the big Coffee Pot.
EAST SIDE OF THE PUBLIC SQUARE,
Dealers in all kinds of
STOVES,
OIL LAMPS,
LAMP STOCKS,
and all kinds of
LAMP OILS,
FURNISHING GOODS,
WOOD WARE '& BfiOOMS,
and, in fdet, all articles needed for
housekeeping.
MASUFACTURERS OP
TIN, COTTER <& SHEET-IRON WARE,
in all its branches.
Hoofing, Guttering & Repairing
promptly attended to.
All
the most reasonable pnco3 and cash
36tf
payments.
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JOHN GEORGE.
(West side of the Squ ire.)
Boot aod Shoe Maker.
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-ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED
CASH PAID FOR HIDES
34- Ij*
A. F. SANDERS
AT Lis Old Stand, ou Coo's Corner.
FURNITURE MADE TO ORDER
AND
COFFINS
mmm
ON HAND at all times,
Money is wlmt I work for, and shall
expect it ou delivery. n»a*J3-tf.
W. P. BRYAN.
BRYAN & PAYNfi.
SURVEYORS ANI) ENGINEERS,
Grenada, Miss.
j. s. FAYNK
Particular attention giv
Ditches. Levies and making Plantation and
Own Maps.
fiice over Peacock & Knox's store. [n26yl
to laying ofi
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Rozier, Jr, Jacob Tamm.
AHsviH, over $3,OCO 000,
Issues Policies on all the. most approv
ed non forfeiting Plans, on as
good terms as any Company.
Ao Restrictions upon Acclimated l\
sons, or to Residence or Travel.
IT
MEMPHIS BOARD OF REFERENCE.
Wormeley, .Tov Co.. Avdlctt, Rubiusor
Co. R M Webb AC
Toof, Phillips Co, Lacy
& McGehee, N Corunna, A E FrunkJand, Ja
cob Alexander, Clapp, Yahoo & Anderson,
Gen N B Forrest, G*en J R Chalmers, Com
Joseph E Montgomery, Judge J P Carutlurs,
Rev S II Ford, J) 1), Tie
v J 11 Graves. Judgo
Phiueas T Scruggs, Gallawav, Hump!on &
Co, Defloto Iusura
•e Company.
Agency in Memphis —No -13 Mudifo
Kit Williams' Block.
slrcet,
MrJIJUlON & OTIS
State Agents for West Tenm
i. Arkansas and North Louisj
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MISSISSIPPI BOARD OF REFERENCE
J J Gage, M D, TV A Rayburn, Grenada,
Hup L C Q Lamar, Judge Howry, George I>
Fee, Oxford; E A Parish, G I) Moore. OaklafKl;
K 8 Allston, Batesyillee; M I) L Stephens, H
L Duncan, Water Valley; A M West, Prest
M 0. Rail road; Col K D Frost, Supt M C R K.
Water Valley; S II Lumb, Titus M & T R li;
W M Strickland. Holly Springs, B H Shep
herd, Okolona; Gen W F Brantley, Greonsbo
ru; F W Meriin, Charleston; Samuel Hurt; J
P Marshall, Carrollton; J II K.nnedv, Cof
W II. NICHOLS',
Special Agent.
feeville.
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Dealers in Hides and Leather.
Kups lon.tanf'y
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PLANTER'S
INSURANCE COMPANY
or Mississippi.
OFFICE—Corner Stale and Pearl Streets,.
JACKSON, MISS.
B.G. HUMPHRIES, President..
J. Gr. MILLIGAN, Secretary.
JAS. M. CAMPBELL, Gen'l Agent:.
References— Judge E. S. Fisher, R. D.
McLean, Dr. E. W. Hughes, H. B; Sherman,.
W. H. Winter, G. Donkin, W. A. Rayburn,
all of Grenada.
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R. H. BRENTLINGLER.
Agent, Grenada, Miss.
J. J. SAWYER & CO.
iYsarly opposite the Methodist Church,
Grenada,' Miss.
BAKERS & CONFECTIONERS
AND DEALERS IN
Family Groceries.
ALL kinds of Bread, Candies, Cakes, Ac.
kept eons*antly on b ft Rd. Wedding parties
and Families supplied on the shortest notice.
Canned Fruits, Oysters, 4c. 4c.
Of tho very best quality.
Thankful for the liberal patronage hereto
ore extended to them, a continuation of tho
tame is respectfully solicited.
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