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"ce.ISfi VOH'I II. i. t ■ j» . *rr**arv. (Dvtir Bi 10,"1 P- 111 . I m ' 1 * cOlS'! ' O' Î •< < ■ ,, î I»., -• V'r arr. < Jreiuwla •»•••g ]>-ni ,1' M;.'l :irr. fit Cretl "In :, -T> l'- 1 " Mifis. a TENS. RAILROAD. , . ! I |. a VC-' Ohfjtaclil "JO «.ill " ' . Grenada 11.0b p.m . at Grenada 0.30 p.m V o. I it:lit IV» "* Mail, arr. c j. r , ■jjçht, arr. Grenada ■■■■•• p.m . ", h of j'liis' I'.tper is entered at the bosloiiiio I ' (; r< nîula, 111 H., . 82d cla*~ n «'ter. 1 ill! I . 8. SKNATOIIS. A1 I II Aid z. <t:oiu;t:. I ! by ij « i' fU J I »M JttUfliiHIltt . loose hiw ROBERT LOWRY. For Lieutenant-! O. I). SHAXD8, For .Secretary of State, OEO. M. UOVAN. For Treasurer, W, L. HEMINGWAY For Auditor of Publie Accounts, AV. W. STONE. For AttorneysCieneral, t. m,;miller, For Superintendent Education, J, R. PRESTON, rope for and the ernor, ing ago, and Vicksburg wants electric lights. Cholera in Spain was abating at iast reports. Pi.minghnni, Ala., will shortly be lightt d witli electricity. Aberdeen is to have a competitive artillery drill some time in October. Dakota was visited by a heavy and pilling frost on the 4th of September. The Mississippi River at Memphis is lower than it 1ms been for a long time. has ids the len crop this season, it Is he T'iie Bay • vad, will he about ton per cent. short. York Democratic State will convene ou the -7th The New 4 oiiveiilion *.f this month. Philip Fletcher, cently whipped his sixteen-year-old . ten-;,on to death. if Adams county, i •' •étions of Wis i- badly damaged by front I lle crfips ill some i , on-.it wer mi the ith instant. Indication» point to war between The only alter te lie a revolution. Tite Texas wheat crop is reported to ! • the largest for several years past, the grail! generally being very flue. Tlie demand for American •throad is increasing rapidly, year's exports known. com Lant were tl*»* largest ever Miarenal is recommended for dis swine, D has lately value In many in moiif, of great *• tances throughout the country. irovel l Jovernor I Loudly opened the gulier patorial campaign in the Duckeyc houi'H .speech at the rtate with a two >f Hamilton on Saturday last. city John Jones had a preliminary hear justjee Single op the 4th, ihr murder of Willie Meux, at limwnsville, Tenn., and was Bound *er to circuit court 'in the sum of one hundred dollars. /or a Nebraska Some fifteen years ag gentleman paid live hundred dollars for a thoroughbred Jersoj that Ailin' has realized nearly forty thousand dollars from the sale ow, and ,-inec >f high-bred calves, Troops have been ordered to Wyoni The trouble stil! waxes warm, Dig to protect the mails. with the Chines und it is not altogether Improbable that llii' (TlenUnls will have to hr dealt with without gloves, We see it slated that the river bank at Vicksburg raved in a few days ago, doing serious damage. Thu shed de pot of tlie street railroad and about forty feet of Ute track caved in, com pletely with the wharf boat. Among the strange sects of Russia may lie mentioned the promoters of Children, who engage as nurses in order to obtain an opportunity to destroy (lie infants committed to their charge, and so spare the little tilings tlie sulierings of life, ( it 11 loitii county, Illinois, has not a mile of railroad, not a telegraph pole and nota bank, hut it lias a popula tion of a bout eight thousand people. The average resident is said to he part farmer and part hunter, with a decided hankering after leisure. Witt. Harrell, a well-to-do farmer of forty-live summers, living in the «•ounty of Pearce, Ha., recently mar ried a ten-year-old girl named Saille Wilson, and the father of tlie child consented to tlie marriage, evidently in a big hurry and thought perhaps, that it was not a good idea to let an opportunity present itself without taking advantage of it, Tite township trustees of Davies county, Indiana, having iHSued war rants amounting to about two hun dred thousand dollars and fraudulent ly obtained the cash oil the same,have come tip missing and arc supposed to have tied to Canadian shores. Tills is one of the biggest swindles ever perpetrated on a county within our i knowledge, and was participated in fc by tlie trustees of three dill'ereiit f township». No clew as to the Where abouts of tlie rascals was known at last accounts. ■uttiug uir communication Site «'«» 1 The nnni v.,E • J /• A - • 1 1 J , » À. J (iRENAI)A, MISS., SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER t i Hi" No. i Vol. 1 . hi •»» taken from jail i 'of At Knoxville, Tenu., oh the night of September 4th, Lee re 1 1er», if E. a. Maines, the supposed murderer traveling salesman of a Knoxville wholesale firm. by a mob and dispose'! of tji suit tlieiii selves. They hung him to the river . .T, tighten around lus nock ht Inokc loose t) hiw hand» were tuai and i limhed the handkerchief with which rope until he readied thh top <>t the bridge a great number of »hols were fired at him,some of which took effect, and after iayingon the sleepers for some time, until he was almost dead, lie fell into Ute riyer below, a distance of nearly one hundred feet, and lias not been seen since. He protested his innocence of the crime with which he was charged until the last, or heard from Three boys who were caught steal ing watermelons from a neighboring farmer at Day toil, Ohio, ago, wore fired upon by the (armer and received thecontentÿ of a doolile f tlie iio.vs H few days barrelled shotgun. One has since died, he having caught the greater part of the charge of shot in ids back. The other uyo received re wound*, but will no This should b vere and painful doubt recover, warning to boys, nuin.yot whom steal watermelons more for sport than /op the value of (lie in,clou. It is it pri/t'.Y general opinion among hoys that sto len melons are mud i more delicious than those for which tin* ea-h is paid. We have known boys la steal water their neighbors when bail an iiliumluncc of a mcloiiH from their pareil I h h liner fruit which they could nine have had for Hja mere asking'. It is now stated that Robert Doxey purebased the arsenic with which his wife was poisoned by Mrs. Johnson from a drugstore in Tupelo, on the -'»d ult., for the purpose, as be stated, of When the tlru ist poisoning rats, required of him to give bis name in buying poison, he became very nerv ous and excited, HmTsaul that lie was purchasing the arsenic for some one Thus evidence against tltevil it is tut lain leaks out by degrees, old but nevertheless true saying that will out,''although it is L'c ipiently kept concealed lor time. dmttmihle deed will iitttdly cat out of the wallet," no mailer how cunning ami discreet lie may lie. "tmtrdei a lone The perpetratof of a dark and let the Jas. (L Dlaino during tlie presiden tial campaign last year vast amount of attention among tin the community Harbor, Maine, but now that tlie ex citement which generally pres ails in heated political contests lias died out, he receives no ljjoru attention tin the ordinary citizen who lias to labor for his daily support, brilliantly for awhile, but has set to rise in the Easter political horizon no attracted ; His star slione more forever John Drasnalum am| John u'Jiiieu, as two of the parties i 1 1 n » 1 i - c»ated in tli<' iilue Springs train roll ed in jail at Lex asscstei bery, have been pB ington, JNTo., and the evidence against them, although circumstantial, will strong and substantial alibi require a to give them any showing of escaping the penalty of the law. riiev were both formerly citizensof Kansas City, Missouri. The owners of a three thousand acre vineyard in Sacramento oeunty, Cal ifornia, have done away with irriga culttjre of wine grapes. lion in the They ltave an alntndaticr of water,but bave learned by actual tests that tlie hest wine i» made from frrnpcH that have hern grown witliotit irrigation, and that the vines also tlirive equally as well if not hotter without irriga tion. a a to in at The Tate County Record says that on last Friday, Slieritr Wait made alliiliivit against Messers. H. F. Hull, J. A. MeCromtte and W. ii. Williams, and arrested them for the killing of Wut, Avant, on the34 ult., in an at tempt to break jail. The eases bail a careful investigation by Justice W. Harris, and parties discharged upon the evidence of tl;e states wit nesses. E. Stonewa)!, son of Treasurer Tomloe, assnssin of »Schley county, uu., wac a ted by a negro on Saturday night last. The negro was afterwards cap tured and swung to tv limb By an in furiate mo)». Young Tondee wits an esteemed young limn. l'ope Mitchell, a street cur driver, of Chattanooga, was murdered by a negro on Ute evening of tho (itli inst. Chttrkta Williams, tlie murderer, captured and lodged in jail, but win take« out Home time during Uni niglil by a mob and lynched. lirooklytt fond of tt'iisiç that .Ait exchange says noli horse is f if an organ-grinder Strikes up during feed time the animal will not touch outs until tlie concert closes. The Natchez Deiltoerat says tlint warrants in tli.it eitAro worth nim - ty-flve eents on tlie dollar, and when (lie lax-paying season rolls round will lie worth their face Value. During the late storm at Charles ton, H. ('., the wind is said to have taaveled at the rate Of about one hun dred miles au hour. Ripley county, 1ml., la humeri»!}' ] aroused over « hit; snake timt I» loo*" i ln hi the woods. From the telegraphic t0 account »wit to the western papers i •'*'" i the following will indicate tin "»late , 'of mind" withh the community in 1 and around i'ierrevillo arc in. I' 1 •t, for the truth of I ntietii wiii vouch, j 1,1 Tltoi AN [Mil IN \ STOItV. The latest re( which yourtorrenj came in this morning. Lvprmr, aeeomimnied By a grown non, I n| gentlemen noted for ' integrity and • strict regard for truth, cane into town The Loppars ml a liait miles worn I with a load of wood, live on a farm one south of here. There with one serpent was replete with actual danger heoii that of Mrs. Loeknian, Messrs. Kidd and Ward, or .lames Wright. Mr. Leppar and hi- son had loaded their wagon with stevewood, and started through a thick undergrowth and bushes which abound in all woods in this section of the country, wRen rill of a sudden young Leppar, who was driving, saw the monster with Itis head lifted live feat from the ground, his eyes dashing lire ami darting Ids forked tongue . fr mass! vu mouth with lightning rapid ity. The young lié dl scribes it, hail the pressonce of mind to turn Itis team short around, thereby avoiding the stroke of the snake, and no doubt saving Itis horses from the coil of the monster, which meant death. These gentl snake were expertenee more startling that ias hi man, aithoiiyli, "almost '|»arili/.t*d," •n in describing the visibly «Hooted, a (hough two hours had cln.-pcil tlie excite sliglitehl noise. Tin if deseriptioi the serpent is probably for it is plainly evident thal labor linder the intense excitement which they 1 slailrd at liu •ut, i of i \:i-rsivrati t»r<* MulijiM.'fed niisial woiv li will lia w ii d>lt\ vet neither of tin* so and firmly say tin* ! wenty-l' fort in diainokM',ami as limy nivc do scrijitioii as'lo its color and ai»[»o:n -| auco, which fully tallies witii ; former descriptions, wc arc not pro pared to douhl the D'Uth oftlicir statc • feet in leimih and (wo Hi. lit of Further Hu Leppttt's upon up attraeleil the attention of John l .«tie one of tlie limit.v w w:ts cutting leltupper. the oil for Mr. Ward I ..Hie eh;' reo« 1 iiittu. Mr. iiadt im«i itli hi. ' .eppar* to the reselle of t! :i x in I mm i, mul elide.iv"!, d to : tail, bill tli ■t;l >ia- thoroilgiil.varou.-ed, me in its ill ry tore lip the ; lashed into fr lick at tlie monster ■lit* tile i yarnsc in a shltoi't interview Lane, lie stated ''the ted an UMeartlt.'y linkc villi Mr. •lutraetei', ami ; m e out from its e •Ii of which wt that the secret fops of it- skill v. as , slimy and U-naeious that [111 O'P ste llil leaven k* ad! m a ' Lane was su frightened termed his "narrow v • the money of his empl ?yer v induce him to enter iiie w «'»«j until the thing i.s disposeil of. A common i! pie is that, tht mon from «(um' menage r what ; ai in to no lie; ; ry am This t'.i is all cxnlodcd v, bon romemhri of tie tiling repia of tlie ainpiiihiau on ants l! •ii urn pt i les, and this pecuJia r variety h.a previously Been suppos tiiiet, in lad in the last centimes specimen of tlie covered. Horse i* m kind has lue panics rganized and selves in readiness to try to efleet his capture wne: i mu' pnipi'Jy «CI i - t he < 'ounty eommi • titled and an.* exp*•< i»l lil' 1 to a l'd for Die cc j it « î sun« extermination of this une.trtlily pc-t A communication addressed to th City Marshal was jv , from l)allas, 'IVxas, in \. ; le re .i to-d: Ii a • ".John Duel, signing his nai loi hoy," states for the sum of lift y lars and expenses he the little snake with : cowbov His oiler is under consideration, and in event of faillir» of home talent will be tested. st vie bo crus i .NpiimiM'* may little liftllos, 'out tlirv : iMioitirli to know on breit«! is buttoivd. inp'tbo rrsiilritt of « i|t fre«|tionted by tiu-w liitals was ; rill'd by a iiiotiritful noise, soinetiiiu.i like « peep of a young idl'd und tin , luit neither ven i* iiiteiliyei tlie hielt side dliei r The Horn ier et st reel tiiiieii ■ak •hatter of ait old • loud or peremptory. iking up from her pill rows on the sill of the open window, tugging away at i that had been used for some fancy work and left window the previous night, ject of the sparrows they had not only entered the win dow, but they had dragged their plun der nearly out of the red. ith breathless interest, and linol •itig the with the of at a wit knot of I'lue w It table beside tile The ob ns burglary, for 1 wjinl Tho lailv 1 Before E. on I y Bad tho satisfaction of j flit tost hurglru* fly away spoils, doHoly followed By liis pal. She says this mournful piece of wick edness must Bo added to the long list ot* crimes of which the sparrows are accused, But that no one could have tin* heart to how clevily little plans instance. in visit them ill after weeing and theuglitfnlly tiieir vere curried mil in this wits Not long since, a lady u lut resides us on lier way home after haling retired ill : of a win at Vicksburg, \ from Virginia, with lier children for the ni Maun boudoir ear on tite \ and Meridian road, «as forced by th" conductor the HOOtlmi, to get up t 11 is manner and i in git age .»burg igtted iter to had ai I go into oilier ear. were of the most brutal nature, porlntoiident !M. ,'S. lielknan • Vicksburg und Meridian ntd V i k bhreveport and T«< i;i• • railroad gnve the matter ..' •f tin that hll I : . his attention, urn! asked tho removal of Derby of tho ** " * Manu t 'ar Derby has been tcli .id. ' ■' oltieial superintendent of the Company. , Tlie prompt action of tite the Mann boudoir Car Company, highly commended, and they pi'" ii. to net with equal dispatch ami justii e sintilar ease is t" ported •' tlint - will whenever to them.—Ex. A destructive liail storm passed over Charles county, Mil., a few days ago, damaging the tobacco and otite crops to the amount of nearly a hun dred thousand dollars. r Tim Mississippi ; tvn.iincd to hold I • ln- i' mmg l" t 1 t0 lHU >T't m •'*'" uniirolw" r , ' el ' t , 1 "'. 1 111 1: 7' ' orgies ol the 1,1 1 Not ' i,a/iy n| montons hat it w the lie, I ndept ndeiit-, to get if. el. a son,',I v tr of crus ill' i"i etuoera Stele had great ape tim result of the M e i in November, longer be a ,!• if" t , cae it newspapers have galj unsavory dish of er, their individual vie and expediency, ate combined wisdom oi perior to th rank'd ! I ; ; with a zeal patriotism could it I" for I i m t i ' te' - Vi \ V y Imvc ' ' - ticket tie to their ! . And lii.v that is a t ov. I l-o '•d lia * made a v in lüliral pa V i-1rnt ! ml :ht it .nan Drill. • 1 1 j ■ : •did df ti •• ■ Ihromrli ! loft Ill V -ippi. i\ hielt if tie p. ,.pk'— Ap . tl. My cal i:os( " ma;.' ■ It).; Ida; I I tot ivtimi man ner emir m milk m< •arrii-d it up to hi l ire ol milk lie i! thank just t• am , th [•Vt - ! i iv i o my Donate, though n I i hirst• rol h • d until l" his l< luii l hanks. "I thought only a l' titelt r to the winter "utiim: 1 ed the httiaiieil »eotuftiliy. ii im I ikes up bet day in the year," It an stand Iter ot!' cell ell id • 1 w.ll t to tin i tie , hut the moment it U vet lltell' toes f: I lie Wild elotlies : i a , 11 . bathing trim it mean nothing short in bathing, a f a -li I hem. I lather et the lot. i'v • when it was so «• M t liai i<> •r nier won M tri w mo 1 Iw what ii look Ml tho think shakos. N ail Barlio ti ist imluooii that kid. t<i :vt! ill tr tiro timo? No, sir. te was too fat. She tried everything—diet in ir exercise, and medic! ne. !■ i! no! !. ! 111 '. At last An would take her (ft n. •til Bathimr, dropped on fetched her. now, though plumpe! (Hitt'h,But she came here first sin* was as tat a> i.-li all the fat la uld have the eoiir liii ness \rould Sin- i*« m « huticr-biill. lies in the city tttid our winter "•ith something. age, be \\ : ted on 1. W. lit Tlmreday iiftM at • : v mont iii to the i that I iu rati".' w i t i I , , !■. I ' 1 ' e d oil' the The safe 1 en:. The in " hundred dollars. Kid the work was t Campbell's vre left in, Tlict" i- m M. oroMt •• - .»I ; t ' ills It' • *\ »TV •' u The tools " ill done ' Mie from blacksmith »Imp. and and near tlie saloon, clew, whatever, !" the robber.—Wa ter Valley I'loaTi--. President (.'lei"land is no« at the it tending to yflicinl r White il.. if- ' business. him. atter of course. er, that ,m ; : . , the it sometimes Ivipt two or tht" !et"rmined t si i tig. ii opening ; uav take a bee lilt luve, a s for the face, and this bee must Tile sou struck down lil-.es plan, li surhea t lit * !.!:►» i ' t\v!>Cr lier» ii '.in « raw i ry Rand, i m* j t f i 1 • ' ',n. at one' llil '•d ■e 1- 1 Mi It' - in lice cttlitlt .-! toe iitt.f ell! . ' I. V it'll le lilt* ^ l'l; Hi •l uni* on : i j llie sho natural lOt or • si iue •'• ! lire a A'.-'i id: It u • lb. o' Flori la . point atu i: •pelt. \\ el's in it »i cm- that s cull AtllcCc and quiclii r r. i o ltave the f into that ommtr. 1 tr ir railroads than » « an » tlioiurh the rai !"ao the '. lost an; our Border, jfor point for yelk a> M e x ici » i> now • i.- raging m •es and Tie Cnnton Ticket The . lief fops (1 classed as equal I" tie ll[l V. cd i t he cou n in lltell'.' I" "I It.il - pr. > it it lllie.hI plain —C,ninth lie. . i V l" -. 1 lo poison the family 1!. Harris. He rcturnci Saturday night, hut front the depot to ti a dash for liberty, at hint four times,Inti ill tl" 1 d: lie i scaped, and lias not of since, lie was haudeillli'd all : | Unie bo made bis escape, besingt": Advertiser. La>l Satunlav \ m t ::ani Jell kins, indicted here f" : ' at : ■ in j s "t Mr. U il Ja ti .tcnkiii:. mad tired : Mr. Cillia " - : I 'I Oilir" : "Iter those eit i"r: 1 , the metro! 'ol. It. F. Je as all i er Jiiek sou other, a I* I " - a or ami iV" ,i i National j t |] ]M | M iml.lo wotthi ■ \ d ! ■ i ' ( h„ ■ ii i; i -. i i llW.i.Bi I £ f§F' ' JTA ip" ! dsH uâtMèib < Hfi'N ;lèi;Ù «üdw will Ht PUBLIC. TO Tl | p, 1 1 m is < : ,i,-t -, ! " - : andc I mi' j. A. VANCE. «I 3 ältäSCnta^ s and A«i rile r i • 1 1« » r î j. . \ ' I * I i - , *■— M "• *>t R r .n. WHITFIELD, l,;i w, i -:ti W. C. «VïrXEAN Mrmiicy-at-na'v, - eoada, tVL-s. I W TRIMBLE 6. SMITH, i.i:i x a i• - a r.oace. I'ilV»;( i; ! i i A•a hi A LO Nb 5 IRE D ' *j?. : t R? d I. £ f fe I . > .-m u ! *V r--- f-1 A. -i > • t ; ¥ . « ry g; .. iXi s Db Elya.) »£ ■ SP ■V j, A> carl» ('outrafter . • a f S Xf i I if j TßM . ; n p J .; 'i * C v~ T -, ,6 «j r " ? ? W. d i- ' Ti ' "JA ; / CINCINNATI iwm p j r. PRINTING machine works, CINCINNATI, 0. 20! Vine Street. t'j- Ihn