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(iOINtl Nopm. Mo. ?, l'sss'g'r arr. Grenada 10.21 p.m r Mail a r r* at Grenada U55 a.m , OOl.fll sol TU. •jo, 1, l'ass'g'r arr. Grenada ô.iiû p.m Jgo. 3, Mail arr, at Grenada 0.35 p.m W .^TENN. RAILROAD. 1, leaves Grenada 5 10 a.m \a 8'i Freight ivn, Grenada 11.'X) p.m ' -t»- i ■ Su. a. Mail, arr, at Grenada 9.30 jt.m 1 > Ol, |, \n. li, Freight, an. Grenada 4.15 p in The Grenada Gazette. S') GRENADA, MISS., SATE li DA V. PEEKE A R V 20 , 188 «. •> A!'. — I , ■THE . i GrenadaGazetteJobOffice Is the best equipped office in North Missis sippi for the execution of all kinds of Plain and Fancy Job Work ! I ! And our prices will compete with any. , JUST HWEIVEÜ A CAR LOAD OK THE CKLKBRATKp AMBROSIA CTJEZÏ i ■ 4>'P OTHER POPULAR BRANDS OK ' j : ALSO A COMPLETE STOCK OF STAPLE and FANCY Groceries , i j ■ : I ' | I i ! j I ' j REPRESENTING- " I [ IMiuuix of Brooklyn, Phoenix of Hartford, Queen of England, New York Underwri- ; i /», . -r-r -, lr , .. 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The best of Whiskies and everything iu my line will always be kept on hand. Gall and give me a trial. Mr. Geo. Gardner will he found behind my counter ready to serve the public. plant you ation i i The jand i with , the J. B. SNIDER J AGENT FIEE AI LIFE INSURANCE I ® i I was (riillett's Gin, Triumph and Reynold Cotton Press, and Steam Engines for salt*. place) ! lie veiled j ed : sented j toot 1 »holding •' ; ! money, go town, 5 El Dç SALMON^ m* » mmm i j with U' Di, : «li* » SE //0 [j] parties ! eure in a and thise | Soirer CIRCULARS PRICES. ^1 Crenada, Mis*. HUCHES * NANCE, For Sale by ■ Mr. J. I editorial control of the Oxford Kalcon Charles Heriminn. a butcher, hanged at Huffido, N. Y., .,u l-,i,| H y last, for murder, Gillespie bus assumed. , . . The California sugar refinery has i made a reduction of ten per cent, per gallon on syrup sugar. I been I ! United Mates troops have I sent t«i Hattie,Washington Territory, ! to Meh lé-iftic iLiiti-( 'IlltlHHn fil»! I -—■— -» (len. J. JJ, Venter died 111 Colum- 1 hm. Inet Tuesday. He wan a member , id the Senate from Jefferson and | ( 'iaiborne counties. The sixth annual eunveittion of the I i American Agricultural Association ' ■ convened lit tiie drain! Central Hotel, ; N. V., on the liilli instant I j ' Edward O' Brien, well known to the j business men of Portland,Boston and j j Chicago, committed suicide in the last named city last Saturday, he-1 : cause of business reverses, : , den. Hancock's remains were in i tered in the cemetery at Norristown, j Pa., to day. There was no military ■ pugeaut, and the simple ceremonies : were conducted in tho Trinity tdiurch, I New York._ Alexander Mauldin, a boy fourteen ' years of age,was murdered in Toccoa, ! (la., one night lust week and left ly | ing in llip street. When his body was found next morning more than half I of liis remains had been devoured by i hogs- __ _ The hodjes of three hundred sol ! dies, some of whom had been buried j on Governor's Island, in Long Island I Bound for more than one hundred ' years, were dug up and deposited in j the new graves in t)ie National Cem etery, at Cypress Hills, during the early part of this week. I - - [ Two men were arrested at Little ; were found iu the possession of these men, who are thought to be members of the Arkansas gang of counterfeit bÄÄÜIÄ I We quote from an exchange; "A flock of sheep froze together during I the recent cold spell in Kentuekcy, ! and had to he cut apart with a knife. I They ware al| crowded together dur ( ing a snow storm, the snrtw that fell tlu'in melted for awhile and then j froze again, fastening the entire flock . I together,''_ i The Utica Comet is our nuthoity for saying that a singular phenomen on was wUnassed at Austin, Texas, on Thursday last. Krorn a clear sky a shower of dust began falling, in creasing toward nightfall, and contin uing through half the night. The dust bail a peculiar t Abet on lungs ! and throat, causing irritation and : hoarseness._ I The Advance says: An old anil j respected colored man, Isltant Gra ham, was found dead in a ditch hack of Mr. Grider's place, iu the suburbs I of town, last Sunday morning. Tuesday night he started to a neigli ! bur's house, the night was dark and ! cold and the old man, it is supposed, i missed Ids way, and fell into the ditch. He wait subject to tits, and it I is believed the shock of falling, brought on one of those sp,.||s, which J together with the severe cold caused I ids death, The body was not at all decomposed, though he bail been j dead over four days. Poor old Isluint ; has "laid down the shovel and the ! hoe," and we hope "lie's gond when the good tuggers go." i i ! ' a it a he "Well rotted manure is supposed ■ to have some special superiority over i fresh. Upon investigation it is toll ml that, what is gained otits way, is lost j iu another, and that actually some j loss ls incurred in the process of fer mentation and in exposure to tin weather. Kurther it is found, that nothing Is lost by spreading the fresh manure upon the land as it is made. The only difference between fresh and well rotted manure is the latter contains more soluble and available at his to to by and saw an er in to plant food, which is desirable when you wish tjiilck results. But for top dressing wheat or rye, or as a prepar ation for spring crops, and to he i plowed under, the manure may spread on the land now, more con veniently thun at any other time, i The lami is not cut lip by t he wheels, jand in many eases a sled can he used rl i with a great savingof labor in lifting, lu , the manure. to I .list Saturday night, as Mr. N. H. <irt Stulls, one nf nur grocery nicrchatits, I was (»ii li 1 h way home ithe Persons j place) accompanied by a colored hoy, I of lie was intercepted by two men, both j w veiled or masked, one of whom grasp ed him by the breast of his coat, prr sented a pistol, and demanded Mr. after Wtutt's money. 'Being unable to pro- The toot himself, he surrendered, and »holding up Ids hands as ordered, the sene, robbers took nil the money lie had ax robber's comrade who was A After they got the in money, they ordered Mr. Smtts to exp go on homo, and they came toward Ing. town, Mr. S. has no idea who the hut of any fair —1129.90. The guarded the colored Lo\ with Mr. Htuttft. parties were, hence no chance to uro eure an arrest or gef his money. This in a loss «eriouslv felt by Mr. Stutts, and all who are knowing to it sympa thise with him and his family.—Suh Soirer & Democrat. office. ■ H y A Logical Speech During the argument on the Agri cultural Dien Da«' in the lleprcncijtnlhea, ILn. Mr, Sommcfs, of Marion emiutj , imoie the following speech, which w>x received with has WU( . )( and applause: Mr. per Speaker : I loll-»* if I claim the lloor, but 1 I bave lost my little campaign sp«*ecb, been I ' ''oices of thank God! Hut don't be for I have to ° previous, gentlemen, I ton II cl a tllllch longer one, gman Von and cries qf Great Heavens! 1 nU id thank (indat the wrung time, A little while ago wv i.ad a big revi and | „i, aI1( | .unit lost IV •h tire control of to emhraee the I l * u ' bi ctlireti and .-Mi r.» indiscriiui ' tiutelyami one brother I'laped the ; l ,ar *on s thems, Ives and hey,, wjfe )|| hWi'i'ins, whereupon I the man of (iud inuii.'iliately stopped j and a|l l.ecaine ijuict, and the brotli the j ,-r who was embracing the preacher's and j wife became cognizant of the fact the and lot go, whereop.n the minis he-1 exclaimed IT aloud, "Thank God!" libre u genGcnmn : [ Loud laughter, j arose and made a point of order that in ! ly was half by sol in the "A fell in it i the gentleman from Marion was not addressing himself to the The oliujr, however, deeeided that it was as near (he subject as was cus tomary with the members, and al lowed the gentleman front Marion to proceed, Gentlemen, 1 iljd not in i tend to say anything on this subject for I should deceive my constituent if I dill anything jn this legislative hall hesjdca unswer to roll call ami draw my salary promptly. And i don't want to derive them. 'Ap plause and laughter.) But 1 can't be silent on ibis „ubject, I represent more territory than any other mem ber of this honorable body, ami 1 therefore claim tiie right to cover tiie ground I stand on. The people id Marion county are a free people, and have just as much right to give lieu | on what they imagine they have, as w hat they really possess. Gentlemen I assure you licit if this legislature takes away from us the right to mort gage the crop we imagine we shall make next year, it would be a much i greater hardship than if they should take.away from us what we really do make. As the law now stands, a man can give a mortgage on his crop six months InTore it is planted, and by taking advantage of thin, a farmer can draw supplies enough to pull through the winter, and when -pring sets ill he can go at something else. Oil ; Mr. Hpcaker, I believe this to In the grandest and most bénéficient law that was ever made. In our sec tion of the country living is cheap in i wann weather, and when once wt have eaten up w hat we are going to make, we can well allied to let the merchant have w hat we do make. Ii subject. this law is repealed, it will have a hard and unjust Gleet upon our peo ple—it will—it work! We ure free American people man ha> a riirht to make us p» to work. And foi t iiis reanon, I shall: oppose this tyrani.-al, this cruel and outrageous projMMtion with all tin energy of despair To illustrate the benign ellWds of this law, last wintei a nan gave on* of our mendiants a i mortgage on hi-prosjieetive crop,and after lie had r:i*• • n up one liundreo dollars worth, lu* -ki|>pCHl the coun try. See how mi itch good it that poor man, and how much s< it did us in getiiim rid <»f him, sir, let us eontin and, I know so' to ma us and did for deal in futures, embers of thi House with tin Congressional h e in their bonnets, ii" if they could give a mortgage on t!u*ir prospects, would he richer than \ a> ever mail before. aim Long and eouiimicil laughter plilllHO. \ terrible double tragedy occurred i at Windsor, Mu., last Krlduy morn-. ing, \ negro mimed .lohn l-'.vnn. Imd fur some time been living with his uncle, Holla Banks. The partie.-' had had sonu trouble over curtain property which Hanks had promised to deed to Kvan-. bill afterwards re fused to do so, and gave Kvans notice to hunt another home. Karl y Krldaj morning Kvans' wife was awakened by a loud noise, and found the house enveloped in flames,and her husband and uncle standing ill the door. She saw her husband strike Banks with an ax, ami then runaway. The out er clothing of both parties were then in flames, to the rescue,and succeeded in extin rl v,| ihat Ibmks was seriously cut,his lu , ml j, eint ,-j.lit „pen from thee Tile eigllti rs then ni guisliing tliu flames. It was diseov row n numls \vi*r< si't out in sourcil for ns traukutl to n lioigli II, : i m 1 fntmd »if tin* Lottom litiou. II * I iter In to the chin. <irt a s»4c<l a | • : * r t \ I vans, \vh j horttig w I of it in : j w ,i„ taken out and found to tie badly burned ni">ut the face, neck and hands, and lived lint halt' an hour after he wa- taken out of tlm well, The supposition is that Evans first ' saturated Banks' clothing with ken sene, and aid r striking him w ith the ax attempted to set tire to him, when j hirouiiwietl'ingliccnme ignited also, A lot of bias) ing powder which was ÆT in the house at the time of Ihe tir, exp 1 led -uni demolished the build Ing. Banks died the followdug day, hut being unconscious up to Ihe time of his dentil it was impossible to gel any particulars of the unfurl limite af fair from him. Send your job work to the G.\/.i"n i: office. "PT" y\ y Si^La B^n In&iC iSSÈE-.# jSse , a — ■ A \ i . A ITU. I,INK 1)1 Clothing _£\_ E. Cahn 8i Oo ? s i 23 b» 1. Si | i i —SOLE AGENTj* FOR ZIECLER SHOES. Don't fail to f(*t our |ii'i<'(*s lie am purcliasimr cl on* ... sew HI'IV :<> Our Ciuboing List. ADA G a z I ; I I .*. Tiie Gi:k I)oi r***ît 111. M;-.', r a/in Memphis WookU \ - al N. O. NO, let foil I,n is v i I le St. I■ ■ 1 n i — No t (hi.-a-,, Ini. THE \\ tlit-ro ii »ili'-al for may nv \*\\ p ni>h t lu* -a Hoar in i ( i A/M' !'K tlios« all). pai'1 in ml vane»*, a quin*, sutul out. |o at Inwo-t JM.- No the i •;! \ £ mi jlX t y i * 5 f if HOI. ESA i. K AND 1! ET All. I i I I WIW8» -^ Nao? sa / MEDICINES 5 Paints. ( )ils, Bruslies. 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