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The Grenada Gazette.
VOLUME 3. I
DUMBER 1H.|
GRENADA, MISS., KATpRDAJ, DECEMBER 17
t W. H. LADD,
) H. T PAYNE.
1887.
»
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G-S?2S3^T^ID^- CO'CT3STT*Y'
oi- TS3IE
■ THE FABMims' AUIANCE.
■ fhis organization of our farmers is
■ longer of doubtft.1 import, but
■ gtal ids upon the solid basis of the
■ „ rfa t3st industry known to eivillza
■ lieu, whose factors sow and reap the
■ j, ar vests wherever grown in this
■ great country. The farmers have re
■ solved t<> unite in a common brother
I and to stund or fall together
I whenever and wherever their rights
I or interests are antagonized by any
I 0 (her organization, calling or profcs
I slow. They offer no antagonisms;
I hul stand united and tlrm to resist
I (he efforts of ringstei's and
I men who have too long tixeel the
[ juice of what the farmer sells as
[ wall as what he buys. They do not
,{.sire to make war upon any other
industry, but, on the contrary, wish
ell abundant success in their respect
ive callings,so long as they prosecute
them legitimately, and refrain from
the attempt to regulate prices of the
farmers products when thrown upon
the market. We assume that agri
culture hold.- the highest and most
important place in all the affairs in
which man Is engaged, nnd without
which humanity would be wiped out
In a day. With this fact, confronting
the American people, a majority of
whom ore engaged in agricultural
pursuits, it Is high time f,,r concert
of action by the factors employed in
this great industry.
corner
u
lirfir fanijor*
must do more than simply mitivut.
tlicir field-
,i
Ti
v.irilens.
say
that to uiiiicrslar.i! ilie ilrmlgery of
farm lahor in all its rnmilieatious, is
to dwarf tin'culling, and no euliglit-
ened agriculluriilisl should he satis-
lied with this aliaciinieni, lii.iioraiilc
and ennobling us it is. The farmer:-
should do siiiiietiiiiig toward iniildin:
up and fostering ediieatiomd institu-
tions, for the general advancement ot
inl'-lligence among themselves, that
they may he aid
higher plane of usel'iiHiiess, and In
belter prepared to contend in the
battle of life with other classes who
make their living off of them oy
their wits. Tin y will, \\v hope
believe, do all In their power do ail
in their power to advance agricultu-
ral science, and for this purpose pat-
ronize us far as they are able agri-
cultural colleges and schools of labor
in our midst, and not neglect the
literary training of their sons and
daughters in the vumnuni schools
of the country, i'uu farmers will
demand State and National legisla-
tion for the pvoteel ion of tuelr ex-
ports as well as imports specially
affecting the agricultural products
of tin- country. The programme of
the farmers, if successfully carried
out, will in tile near future make tlii.
country mire jirosperous than ever
before. This end attained, we urge
upon all our farmers the necessity of
beautiyitig their homes, making
attractive to their children, and the
exercise of a kindly influence or. r
them while under parental omitri h
and thus prevent their emigration to
other localities and distant lands, or
the abandonment ol fa: in hie far
clerkship or some other oeeup.-.tim: |
called easy.—Soul hern Heurld.
of
at
yon
ii
or
ting
age,
to rise rapidly to a
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t tor t;n
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(i'MUorial i t < M l. •
s.—Those whose '..«*■»<i is po i
oneH nn i11 lind a very interestInu r
lifh* on iuiolher jmjj • imm JL. j
Mit«d»ell. Wesl T«ii-1»»v-rh:i<l >n
w ^'ork, wl
from (his e nupini,n! ten years and
whh i' 01 ii|iImcI;: cun'll by (lie nse ol
S. S. S. Then is nothing on top of
l he curl it oilier (nan this rein uka Me
remedy for blood poison. l{emeni
her, in buying, lo see that you
the gorniim , a -o munv imiiaiioj >
of this grew! in"dleine are 'on tne
market. Wrilt to tin* Sv ift .-j ieiiic
Company. Athinta, b;i , for u i-eu;ise
mii JMooii mid Skin Diseases, which
\vi!i he mniied tree to anyone.
i.* l'i.-i
IUl'1 lie'll -'I li'.'l'i I. |;
'-•ale
earn
il
tin
as
the
: ill
are
dred
make
C.
large
price*.
Ail Mu.'IIIJ
Tin- New Oricau.s Picami.-, J;iiy 7l)i
l.ShT, Muy« editor]Hy:
of lilt* Swift Specific ('ompany, re
'.io\vnc*l for their vvoiiilerful ciiivh ; .
(MHCH (.I hlnmi poisonarc lilvvriy;
bnekctl hy the best known names,
coupled w ith the most oesperufo <i\»
The me'Oicim*
es.
"If (his medicine could only cure a
local sore it would not he \*orthv of
name, but to eradicate from I lie blood
■ veil (hat which is her
s it what is ci iinicd for
all Impm ity
editiir.v, iiiai
it -—'r boon to iiuinkind."
Ci
see
Our
cels
ada.
get
A Voice* from \ ii-tfiui «.
il»iuivi!l.- Vm.. Times, April 21 . |hs7.
"S. N. H.—liy the wav, that valua
ble inert lei no cured one of our eitizei
Wiio hud upward of thirty boils. He
tried various olher medicine): and
severnl mineral waters, but noililng
else afforded him tin* desired relict.
Tile testimony we give unsolicited,
nild without ill, knowledge of the
proprietors."
Books on "C'oulagioue Flood IVis
on" and on '-Blood und Skin l>,"
eases" mailed free. For .ale liy all
druggist.
Treatise on liloo.l .nol skin 1 liseie i
luuileii Croc. The Swu 'i Sl'u ll'k
4 a,, Drawers, Alb'iita, (>a
We
ders
for
the
is | v -:— :-" *
but I aSc
the 1
the
this
re- R
4
6
any
the
as
in
of
?! 50
75
.A.d.'VMtlala.ff Eataa.
j sq'h's. | 1 mo.
1 inch $ 2 oil
3 nips | Q nio s | 1 year
I 5 00 $ 8 W
12 00
10 00
20 00
J12 00
20 DO
26 00
30 00
30 00
2s 00 40 0()
This I'aper is entered a! the Postoltuie
at Grenada, Miss., as 2d class matter.
2
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12 00
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III l'llKItVI notice'.
Owinj
' "it. • i»•>t-ri|»tion IN! v Whin i i
'<• will in fill urc1
IK* iU»iU'cei;ilfiiU'd luj ltl 'O'owih
I'a 'f IV*w
vt* Co Nvin (■ 1»f
lew jioiu> mil Nr th;iti
lit tvlofoii .
Persons wishing local
ais in .1 : mil will h'l'i-.'! ly oii'iu-'
the publish; hy Liainiihy or sending 1
the
each
We cannot in sun: the insertion of lo
cal mutter handed in
Friday morning.
LOCAL LINES.
The very latest styles in Millinery,
at Austin's.
A. T. Inman will sell you n barrel
of flour for 48.60.
"And a little more CIDER,
Too," at Mrs. Loewenste.il,'s.
If you wish to buy a good, genii-
pony, cheap, call on it. 11. Winter.
-O —Y ■
at Mrs. Loewen.
i'.i. Hooray;
Try "Level Best," . f liman's, it is
u splendid chewing i.iinu-< o.
1 f you want u go.. 1 1 >r<>, :
on It. H. Winter. Price, I,
times.
nirc,call
-nit the
J. V.
eriea foi
Moss will give you more
.'•s money tlian any
• ■ ise, try him '
Dealers should use (.hi (IS: Whitakers J
Kerituckey sweet iipjjli: eider it ex-
cels all other bra
li. H. Winter has about fifty head
of horses arid mures, which will be
sold low down, for cash.
For Item.
A front room up afrirs. suitable
for au office. Apply to B H. Gordon.
Cuff A Whitakers Kentucky rvH
apple cider, in all size packages end
at lowest prices.
The M. T. Ice-cui' arrives at Gre
nada at noon on Wednesday and
Saturday of each Week.
Five o'efoc/r in the in'trniiifi is the
hour Mrs. Laewen stein ojiens iier
Th'ftaurant. Rejoice ye hungry ones!
How to be pretty! wear one of
those nobby Yachting hats, which
yon cau get at Austins' for
Get prices from J. IS. Silider, agent,
ii you w ant a Gullet gift, cotton press
or other farm machinery.
Ladies, wear the celebrated I*. I).
Corset, the best and most perfect-fit
ting corset made, to be found at Aus
tin's
Consumers of that lolieiows bever
age, cider,should not fail to try Cult'iS:
Whitaker's Kentucky sweet
nider.
cts.
1
app,e
|
Isn't It an awful slmiue, little olii!
Ircn, tlial each of you hadn't oiie «>f
hose lovely Yachting lints at Austin
A < Vs
'1 hi- largest and Jutest assortmenl
»f Millinery at UiHtin's, presidetl
r hy tin iU*coui|»Iislied imd artistic
niili»;i'*r.
o\
i
j
l
\ hand, larire size lundin;
:Vt'. In

■'b r. and will be Kobi
li. H. G
I'heaji.
•' IK) \ .
Come and see me in my ucw<|itnr
•is. eoilier imihlitig wee
N'EIiiLK IliHASt.
f w. X.
Fitly head of hon es and mare- for
'-•ale ni holiom figures, as 1 do not
earn io feed slu'ir.. ii. II. Winter,
<>/. ii k •'!:!' r i■ I i'iuegar for sale
il !',,!! y Will: (kyr's (iuaranleed
tin- iiesl, ask fol' i! and try no other.
The iargesi hiiI eheapest. as well
as best, line o' ladies' underwear in
the city, can he found at C. J. Ans
: ill A Co's.
The Grenada Oil and Compress Co.
are selling bulls al 25 cents tier hun
dred pounds, ami from this date wit:
make an off'ori to supply tlundeuittiui.
C. .1 'iiistin A Co. have a very
large slock of miss. 1 and childrens'
Double-Kime Slocliings, the best
manufactured, al astonishingly low
price*.
w
w
to
of
U .V NTI.II
Every imdy to know llinl Cuff A
Whitaker keeps the eeleiiraled Ozark
Ci ier with cukes to match, (''ill nnd
see tlu-m.
Our stock of Ladies underwear ex
cels anything ever brought to Gren
ada. Come, examine the good* and
get prices, nnd you will surely buy.
('. J. Austin & Co.
A.
six
for
J.
IIO
We have liaudied all brands of ci
ders with u view of getting the best
for our retail trade. The Ozurk fills
the hill, and we recommend it to both
consumer and dealer as haring no
comparison.
Chef A Whitaker,
KuanasiiisaMuaBraraMsi
Honest
it,
\n
f V pyp
1 1 IM*
1
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M
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!Mo
& ca
BBSi
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J&JX
tfif
a
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9
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Wft have just revived a lai'go lot of
m m
Ibh
Sj
jpjwfi
* a sbW
ipd!
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'H
wlii.di was homiht at sin iff . tie from one o*
Flin -t retail houses in New York, and can now otter
you », handsome
st and g
...i rg;
Well-made Custom Suit>i»i^
or Overcoat at the same price that a common article would cost
yen elsewhere,
H These goods were bought for one-half what they are irtlpand
| will be sold in tin -nme way, us
They Must ami Will be Sold.
fjSr-I.OOK AT THESE I'UK ES:^g
Fine Cheviot Halts worth $0.
Heavy Double Breasted 'I weed Huffs f7 50, worth ifl-1.
Iltiglish Faiiey (hisslnierc Huils^i), worth f i
Tmporkd illrck Basket Worsted Suits $12.50,
Clergymen suits, lull line, ai cut- prices. Immense line of
Corkscrews, Diagonals, Worsted, Reaver .Suits, et--.. at almost a
your own figures. t'
One hundred Overcoats, far boys and children, at $1 25. wortl: M
from ft to $5, Mens' Overcoats at almost a song—prices that I
will make you buy whether you need them or not. J;;
Don't buy until you see our big stock, as we will save you from I
40 to 20 cents on every dollar. *
rth $20.
A, SURMEKFIELD & BRO.
-LEADEBM AND MAKERS OF LOW PRICES,
(Jrennda, Mhotissi/i/ji.
I).
i Sale.
KT Al...
Commicsioner'
\V. K.
710 '■
liy v;vi si*• of ii !i :ci
Hist . It . '., l'ftl 10 • In
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Now tioit the '
1H tt f: -
urotudiinir, mid ilnu'e will he niiim i
wi • will warn j* hand
• present I.) give or acmt t
alive or friend, or a d'tlicart,
may bo well Unit wo toll tho peopl,
v/lioro ouch things cau bo found and
puroliuxod at :i"ihi)iii»hiiigl.v low pii
cos. Messrs llraiium <fc Goodwin
have a large stock of those goons,
the latest style and loveliest finish,
consisting of dressing o iso-s, tollci
sets, pnchis, illustrate,! Bibles, scran
aii'1 autograph albums, and stiinflaro
.looks of nil kinds; besides various
ither article* too nimurous to men
lion. They make a specialty of dii
holiday goods, on which they give
limit lie beaten. |8o,;
a I'd
of
I hat
prices
w hen you waul itnyliiini^ in tliin lim
HUr»* to call at Branum <S: Uood
w in's.
We mv clad to see Mr. J. J. Wil-;
Hams, Jr., at his stand dally trying!
to make a living; and we eheerieily
eonimend him to the generous pc Mile
of the tow n when they w ant itean m(h, |
orantres, apples and otlier thin:;* in
that lim ._ _
With every can of A.T. tmiian's
Bouquet Bitkinj; i*ow i t's you b»uy !
you are pret tilted with a beautiful j
ei*Iored-jrl:iS'S tfoblet that i>* worth
......... .....i no >■ )',... lliu I ' I: : ai- l
more than you pay for the Baking j
l'owders.
1
j
MAJiTkO.MAtK HKlF,
Gentlemen to know that (lie t'zitrk
Brand Cider at ( till tx Whit»Utr«liuH !
e«|uul. Is absolutely nitre Lnjl j
conscientiously recommended to all.
l'rv u glass I
• ®-—- 1
You cult liny 11 barrel of flour at j
A. T. Jmiuhu'h for altuont «n> price— I
from three dollars und 111ly n uts to
six dolla rs aud a halt'.
I'. D. Corsets, the best lu the world
for ladies, are sold in Oreuuda by C.
J. Austtu 4 Co.
IIO
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O. Mtpi. lediK'liTit'll.
Doulilc-Knee stockings, for tills-'
aud cbtldleu, at 0. J. Austin A Co's.
SAM. LADD,
— - mae-a-i/ESs ar
Fine Whiskies, Brandies
WINES, ALCOHOL, BEER, CIN,
i Ale, Porter, Mineral Water. Cigars, Etc.
Grenada, Miss.
■TXTCr TEADE anr^TeiTED.
JOHN' CEORCE'S.OLO 3TAKD.
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes!
When in need of a fine pair of Shoes call on
us. The Shoe store is the place to buy Shoes.
A. W. WHITAKER & CO'S,
c- £3 e 1 st -a, id
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AND .MAM'I Al 'n llKRii OF THE
CELEBRATED OZARK CIDER.
1- itl'JT UKCHAKDm
- LOCATKI):
s | toward Row. M cm pi . Temi. I Ozark Mountains
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We wish to call the attention of the public
t o a
rdware House!
i'l
na
4 C-» A
4 W
now open a-nd ready to meet competition.
We guarantee our figures, and would be
pleased to have our friends call and see us-.
All we ask is a trial.
' A rr
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m -k iJM IL
Located on Main street, one door south of
Branum A Goodwin's drugstore.
GRENADA, l^SSS.
SHORT LiKS
4 DRUMMOND,
O'
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-AN D-
-:8lieel Iron \\ orker:-
is.
1
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gig: .aDa mihc
Having opened a shop on Depot St..
I am now prepared to do all kinds of j
work in my line, such as
m
iff*"* f ; ?*7 ¥*•' t;
f'cVfei i k . »'• rriVlii Lk Wi
Las'
•uni puithiH 'Hi n w oiK"
lu any y.
eiienec in ni.
in gUMiantcidiitf all my
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Null. . 141
Notice
is hereby
iveil that the ;
} for * he collection
of city ta>and all pi . -.Mis are rt*
■mested to e»*i.
imok< ar
ami settle
torw:»i
i
•sslhie.
IVn per cent,
'ill be added alter sixty
i- soon :'.s j
hi maces
day s from (he date hereof
L. r. Dphakd,
t'iiy Tax-collector.
Nov.. 1- is
reduced l.iiip
M i . [ ,<iewi-iiHti in uulioiii'i es to her
frU-od • - il the pilldie getieriiily (lie
g ri dueiion In i
27i ei, -: l.odgim:, 25
Bonrd, $4 per week, 41.1 per month ;
Board and Lodging, .to per week;
rrnnsient Bomi. and Lodging, $1 per
day.
, 11 55-tf.
1 wish to sity lo tile public general
ly that I am now prepar: il lo furni-l>
h" vi ry best C.vp.css "iiiugles, and
picket-, at I
11 utility. Also
ii ni*'n t i.ni -
Nov. 25, 1.NM,
1 st price and In tiny 1
to cover houses ,It any
" „ ,
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SHORT LiKS
Mem j'lii '.
I
i'Lssisijjii & TK£S«wssd Ulisais Cestrol 1
la.full-
k aw i
1 Vl> i tni |
, 9 00 a in Ar Memphis Lv
s 10 a m Lv Hernando I v
; ~ 3. M a m J.v Seuatobia I v
'e 5i a m i.\- Hard is
•• a in liatcsviiie
5 45 a in Lv Oakland
1 a m Lv t Ironada
e 5e a m I.v Winona
2 ii u m Lv Durant.
; 1 40 a m:Lv Canton
1- •»- » WiLv Jncksuii
! lu >1 l> mi 1 ,v BrooUlmvciiLv .
si A t l < > >
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