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ooiXU isORTU. ■ g p., 3 ••.-> arr. Grenada l ,; .2t p.m C] Mail - . #t Grenada !.w il.m F' ' sol'TJIf L. 1, *g'r rr. Grenada Ö.85 p.m j,'», Mail ùfr. at Grenada 0.Ä3 p.m (iflîSS. & rSflM. RA1LR0AÖ. o. J, Mail, loaves Grenada 5,10 n.m o. 5, Freight 1 VH. Grenada 11.UJ p.rn ; -, Mail, an - , al Grenada 11.311 p.m ( iu. ii, Freight, arr. Grem-fD 4.1» p.m A (o. ~ I ■üii'rc 1 at thf Pogtofii- .■ ; B'Jiis Paper i at Grenada, sh.asL'dM'lasH matter. , . 1 i Capt. B F Jone» "grtd there Til," | for SScrgeim t-nl-A rue. H Sixteen eonvB i.» escaped from the | Coal City , Ark., ihiuos one day thin | Week through a funnel. • I a flourishing town of Mis souri, was almost completely con* I sumed by lire last Friday. I Senators Walthall und George were I Unanimously nominated by-the late f Démocratie caucus at Jackson i'oi [ Uieir own atiecesiors. I Warrants in Wilkinson county, in I the southern part of this Slate, are § vortli ninsrty-fig'll cent- on the doi WÊ. lar. Good for old Wilkinson. Égk Sixty-live iDuica were drowned in HI the Preslorfcoai''oiiie, I\nrraylvanis., a few days since, in consequence of which all work in that itcetroh has boon suspended. Cuba, ,v During tlio recent cold snap which (»tended cry near all overthecoun .„. try, the thermometer wont to a lower point, in many places, than lias been JS known in many years. jB "Congressmen Barksdale, Barry P and Morgan are ;.uid to liavc been h born in Tennessee. Thug if, is, ?.fis [ nissippi is under oblige lions to Ten nessee for Congressional favors." Mm A new Catholic church ad M- rid inn s fsd'on to be erected at it cost of Uveu i. thousand doliai , and wheu ebin : i. r d it will be a magniiicent slruc !i: ... of which that city may well feel ::: id. i'nfee lutud-ed and sixteen busi »ess failures occurred throughout dae United States las! week, the lav at number in any one week stflee January, l.Skö. j" tliese fidlilrcs occurred in Southern States; •. . The greater (iifinber | ,,,,,. .... • • -.., ,, , I wo ot the lour negroes who on the "7th of Deeomber entered the dore of "î. T. f .arroll, of Sunflower county, -piit liis head open with a hatchet , j , , ,, , , , , , . did stole three or lour hundred dol „„ j. , , , , ,, , an in cash,, besides all (lie good , , . i .. . they could ciArv, were iound liangine y , • o tile limb oi a tree near the scene oi | dudr crime on last Thursday morn-j ng. We are pleased to see that Mr. Hob brt Preston, brother cf our eftlciem Stäm Superintendent of Public Kdu cation, 1'rof, .1. B. Preston, lias been ! elected principal of tlio Public Scijvots ÿ \Vgtçr VvUey, ^to Ail -t-i»*- : Vacancy occa^lohecl by the election of ! n thia last named gentlemen to the high j und responsible position which he I now tills with sei much grace and . »A-, a isfaction. Yazoo rity celebrated the first week of the new year by enrolling | upon her calendar of crimes and ca. ; ualties two actddental shootings, three | attempts at robbery, an attempt at 1 murder, and a suicide. It is greatly ! to be hoped tlmt these are all the cel- j ebrutions of Buch • nature that (hi-j grand old county will have durin: • the present year, and for ninny more ! yet to come. I . .. X-. , 1 An attorney of Meridian, Mias., has , . • ' 1 received a letter trenn a young man 1 in California, whose parents once residents of Meridian, toinsti-i tute» a suit for the recovery of about 1 4 . three hundred acres of land iving in - , i i . r the heart of the city,including Itaum, 'i ' c, . . r , , , , ; , Bheehan à Jones's block, the opera I . , ... . -, 1 bouse, oil-iuills, fair grounds and; , ,, . , se\ oral small .properties and privat • 1 ' , t residences. Hie property \vus deeded i , i » ,, . i. 1 ; * . to the Mobile and Ohio Hailroad Company sc\ei u 1 >ears ago, am iii, ,, , .. . ^ ! t tlie end they are, of course, respond- 1 ble in tlietr warrantee deed. The suit involves about one million dollars. i ! At the sale oi a "busted" circus iu j n Georgia town on Friday last were a 1 1 large number of the most prominent I j ciicus men in tlie country, among i . whom were A.J. Foi'epuugh.W.Cole, j U U. Selle, and. John Hooii.soii. H. 1C. Campbell, oi Chicago, purolinscd a live thousand dollar elepliatat for one Ihousand dollars; Forepaugh a pair of lions for four lnfhdrcd dollars, and Campbeil a pair of l amels for llirev hundred and filly dollars. A lioo es it to lie eaped from his cage during the prrtg- ! ress of the sale, but Was whipped in j By his keeper, and the big elephant 1 broke Iii» chains and scattered the crowd, and had a regular circus all to ! himself. ■ , i On Friday morning Mr. Wallace . , Fiemmiiik went In the rooni where ■ Mr. .lanms ( . waters was stopping , . ., . , 11 i at the W hite House inn became J quite alarmed nt once I'rftm 'iii.-, np-1 pearunco which was evidently that of a person very sick. Hastily aunt- . moiling Dis. Dniin and Bluin'. If i'll remedies were used but without avail and Im difld in a few minntea after 1 :n:i- ! the physii'hn . >'H ■ e.l f B:\li live of Api (ii"'li.eld, 4 Ohi . • urn Home Information and had Been a wood worker for Mr. (Bug tiitrlos fdr j aliout three month.. Friend: were telegraphed to and they is sit r.ulU- j nonoy to have ills r.-mains con veyed to Dayton, Ohio, the next day. 1 1 The coroner'» lii.ju. ' I held over the : remains brought in a verdict of rul j tlio (•Wo from morphine.—Yiv/.oo City ! for I ley Herald. ' 1 ; ( =r " L ~ rir^ ■ UrREMAD -, np'npT r \ ■ i ■i /"Ci /✓ A /■ - JL v . Vol. 1 . URKXADA, ATÜ RI) ~ I One m' i i a: .si damnai,!" mart. ; .■ ; , ' ... . 1 »ii'T.tions'.l by Un- ''ally *•; long time 1« i that v. lia . ■ r-ad of in named Wilson, livin , in an .: town, a few days ago nuiwlei - | ,;.H» o mo.:lh nza Wilson t(l 1)1» wife. 1 | deserted iii wii and fojiiBf.ni Is m | leaving tlnni with neither f • ■ ■ <_ ni, mu n i. He returned to h , rai I ihn nor in mu . . e day thi.i wed:, and i's neighbors in iii \ nrd, who had been kind enough t supply the poor woman'.- . .. tieu, and after politely sp.'uking to each, passed on into the hou- ■ where hin wife was engaged in preparing : . I,:g.O' ! ' »1 for her half-starved hit dieu» When in a short distance of in in of lier ho drew from his pocket a ravel ver and tired several shots in rapid , succession. The poor womati attempt- j ed to escape, hut ere she reached the ! door Several bullets had found lo If- i leant in per body and she hill for-1 ward a îtfel'.-ss corpse. Advic. s slat, i lî.àt this ! d.u\-Ö' 'murderer has been arrested and placed hi cus tody. Here arises iu our mind the 'question of what punishment would ho sove»o enough for this man devil. Breaking his neck would be too kind treatment for ldm,as in suohatl event lie would don the "golden slippers" and march straight on to the Geh liai City at a double-quick trot. i-Meli v!lifting Bar neither death nor a hciv afioi-, and the only way io make the n repent their crio era from committing simiiar d'-i to lot them paj the penally in agonizing and exenieialing tortun I ere they sliulile oft' this mortal c.di and take leave vellt ■ liHiudam. We would suggest that some sphere. rnod, ,s of puni -lim: 11 ; which were so popular in the darko.d days of barbarism lie intn Bleed if the severe into t till ■ 1 '.lr Tin | .'rimes for which tlio.- ■ j > ii 11 i -1 1 ;. i ui •ere inflicted or admini.-u 1 in ill t.'iis ei\ i 1 iz■ <1 laud of cura day T the nineteenth m i . ry. age of harharism were i*ert:i in!.. of . greater magnitude Diaii Die vv. id " ^ 1 ' 1 A 11 . 1011 .' V.''" . , Ilition in me. Me nave arrived i , day when no man, worn; i oi < . J , , -emus to hi safe from Die hat; :»<• y , ...... murdoro;«' iwsassu*. And il .> n | i >* * i il ; 1 pi* I*] K_* t l'ilt'-M tlu* oilier. y ofour count ry to nl to niuioiKility or altogether at (lit hands of an imi" in ary or avowed enemy Usât v. ,■ in::;, expect damage to life or properly. In k vast number of cases it is sonn member of the family circle win taken tiie life of the eutire limiseiiold, ! not nnfn'quQilUy. The n-sa-sin oft., day Is an likely to be a father or a : k-äirley o" r t . ! n dauglifcr, as t!ie l»fci< .m-Um j villain that lias an existeiic o; I (dorrs'green earth. The situation b a deplorable one, and rith all earn* •■stness wo say trot out your renie dies. | Nature sets ; lion and it should be imitated b\ | man., if a strip of ground is strippe* 1 of its thubei;, it first sends up a ! of what is termed a temporär; j growth, consisting of locust, pirn- «> others. When this di.sappt ar.j it i • succeeded by other- and finally foi ! lowed by the common growth I country such as oak, etc. Tins imli the example of rma 1 cates to man the proper methods o, , , busbamling nature s resoun*es. .^ln 1 1 4 . - , .i nrodticmt; year alter ye:'.r tin* samt 'i ' .... . , , rop. I lie nutntiv<* prnn ipb's pi "II I . . ,* , . . , liar to that product is soon exliaustc. 1 . , , .. -, . ,, , . and the land lails to ray lor cult:- ■ , t IOÎ1. i . , c ... , ... oil rested from that crop lias time t< rods fortfi one crop, wld<*h isibiiow olliers in rotation. So will piece of ground, howevc; •rops. fertile, can n taiu its prist ine vitality. lUit change annually, and tin•* . recuperate and recover its- strength. ,, „ „ , , ! t »v a propel* s\ si i in 1 * :>f rot.Uiou lam 11111 .-i f thus be kept to 1rs full strength i always. ! Among the important measure. j which will come up betör» the piv- 1 1 m legislature is the I j aw authorizing the i . m gi\, viug crops, and, in common j U i (il „Imi. wo imluvc io Ih> the : m- i ivjvul Of til:' multilist of lien; ] - oral »entimeiit < f Dm » it will be stricken from the statuts'». I The law should be fixed lo Become ] operative at some time in the future'| . to enalde the people to prepare Umm scIvcb for tlm change, but Ii : hould lou. This is an with it. condition, I lie passed at this He ! excellent time to do aw a j country is in better 1 financially, than it has been for manj year» iim people owe 1 less monev, ! ,, vt , n husl it gone ini . cfli'Ct or. January ist, fewer hardships would i liavc been the case tlnni in piwediu': , . , , . , years, hot the legislature 11 -" iii ■ , , .,, , urgeon's'knim, it will iu-imfll Dm , 7., ., ' , .. , i Ima til ol the .State.—\ ::/,oo lit. J On .January 1st. Yazoo City, this State, was the Mono of (.ripple •' }'ilfiee. carpenter named W :i11. ..Idle drunk Herald. ii itl otnuiith'd euieide B . : opium. A negro Boy while hiking : I f'loling with il AYluelie.-ler rim ■ Of Hi'litnily diseiimge# Dm B:\li taking eflci't in a e-iloreif gild's liicli »he had gatim, Ui" body, from the e/fbets ot v •sill die,''while a lie I "J r the hi, ll,( head »hot olT h.v fl elmrite of A pistol, Huch accident« , 1 ccomlng too mini. ■ 1 1 mm ; sop ■ „ : hould'be more enroful handüti;- ; tlio arm» or tuadc to ". < ■ * Iir for .m-h criminal eareleMim--. hip idental dim a e lice ' I ley Benliiml. ; rX: 1« Dalivi Cf an - m , ounty of . ir< i rai- 1 who nek ,rati lie atioi in to i j , , . ., ... , , : j , ( | ( „,j ro .,, c n ■ , t m fol : ' n of I. . , . . . (l |- . :!i ids C,l the whole ; Î1 ; ■■ ,.;.b i.i now j \y.,i p 0 [ 4il . , j j hl)! ',, j j ! If- i . .. for-1 (jt i ;. oil .•Harms more in in.-. ;. race and beauty tint - .' whvu sut ed to mici '. •ci-1 iii* . n I towering pine, lifting its , ! portions into the blue other upon the j outlined a.ai; mountain's crest, the silver all its massive | strength and beauty, I i. < noliiiog <; sky in : its pre-emmiuenc - b ca iw I o; a board joints to it—o of iiuio.iiiii,,, i the innn is tii • ma irician's art and Die am , an discover uaav lit I ed ;>i ■ .litic-', liar give ia glory ransplendeiu ■f.diaue udy Ida? v, thee i am, a uni: Ml ■ as a slali sii inn, ii • is of Die nob] ty pe ; eonipivl I'.'iisive, growl Ii, Die ty world Ii entimeiit ami of ci mi of or,all i- ii 'iii" . ' i-- ! " : »•> the toiiiuiu ileld "f m no,vn and soldiery aeii •'Tiuiugh here Die muse a I'i t not a in. .an.' uns i am. pa ;i one hriel' nUu^itui— i V*r •;.iino;i' - roar, vlirn s} 1 ■ ; ;ilJ .njLC sln-il warjo|'i ng ■iui >l 1 y iioi'i H ertlh. .V ill'll 1 runiil u: is of lo. f Ii V* •ring blade, so *i liite picnic fur in \ ic v rm iulP i.i was the chi v.i -cut him c ray that no so! .»at will rcjei'H avr iiim not in tfio : • . in the >ul, ii! L; naynidvvm 1 a bk./ii.g in; ■ .• ; t t fiai urn .iis soldioi In* fir doublai •!•!■ i.i ••ail: . ruer soliinw, a cni va '.i-.brined iii: eoh ui of the id i 1 hen till li.iv.', • h. Ii Fimiii " v, :i v ol .uid brigiu honor's \ .i.i ] 11 o' ainhition, - s oi'iii'uI of iv: :r.iiniI toward.- Dm g I ] » w in •arduous ii Conseis'imi lilivt' honor and Iii_.ii cour 'Ven el"T.i! :.m, h . i;u»tuim • I him tliroiij of e political and itiiUiar;.' . row nrd him w ill' laurel'* B: undying. Il remains now am. ui IV I' ll' ll: de ofthe Si, resi'iilatives oi tlm p* ■ of Mississippi, to pllt lll*' 1 : 1:0 ' ill"' i :, wn jewel *f hi- life} position, the er. in place,by electing him our ivpr.'" "lise in that ni •rest lor: ad till' lies' .a giants eu Jim. T. Mo,v ("Re the civil sort ice i ii timber of whit mill.. I ttie exa'iiluati.in he n : .ion in the !'•, i <Bee I Wn» hingt Of :}: 1,000. 'll: man c , the f ». loti di ;■ n ll,( ' , , „ qn , ,j u , gum' , lice I i neu .' K. nui ! I tiiq; Bll! Bend j uiir job Work to tlm G oillee. tail v-.v:i r i ; ! •o i a ci o- i . •ci-1 . having had In., i lays, i.iri , ! ''citing wot j O'-l'im-d to tr id'll'.-:. | ; : II! Ill" a i ! I in., -/r iUNS-.-n r. j; ! " : è.-'Ê d:a * Mis H J is f gn, 1.1 X (3W) X tu ; T r y ■ i srwe -■! \ o > i: • fli -i h !- I'I I ft