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VOLUME 8. )
WJ¥»f!B9M
GRENADA, MISS,, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 188T,
Qg'FJOXAXy TQTTBW-A-X. or ITXSE P^k.^85^43aS5Hi' .axjcjl^STO^I
or Q-SSH£T,A.:D,A. epTT 3 )TiXY.
tub latest fad in social circles
among tbe young ladiea in Chicago ia
pews classes, A large party meet
(winoe a week in the afternoou, and
(lie teacher, a lady of great culture,
discusses with them the nows of the
day. She takes a newspaper, and, se
lecting matters of foreign ana
domestlo interest, discusses and
plains them in a most entertaining
manner, the members of the class
asking questions and making com
ments and suggestions freely, Rast
week the ohlef topics were the exe
cution of the anarchists, the illness
nf the Crown Prince of Qerrnny and
its passible oonsequenoee, tbe scan
dal in offleial circles in Paris, and the
meeting of tbe Fisheries Commission
In Washington,
The most wonderful discovery of
modern times is that which has re
cently been made on a Michigan
farm. A oow belonging to a man
named Liesman, living near. Hol
land, began drinking from a spring
some distance from thehouse, though
there was abundance of good fresh
water nearer by, Soon thereafter the
animal's hair began to grow, and tbe
milk changed to a dark color and
tasted bad. The milk was fed to the
pig and oat, and thejhair of these ani
mals began to grow. The cow, pig
andcatarenow covered with shaggy
hair from eight to ten inches long.
That it Is due to the cow drinking
from the spring, Mr. heisman is well
satisfied, and it is not unlikely that
it will find its way to the soda founts
of the country as the boss thing for
bald heads.—Avalanche.
ex
HElIEIllTAltV SOBOElir.AK.
History ofa Very Iteinarkalile Case.
The following voluntary statement,
attested by well-known citizens of
Arkansas, was recently received by
the 8. 8. S. Company, the writer re
questing its publication. It is cer
tainly one of the most remarkable
Instances of the cure of hereditary
scrofula on record. The convalescent
Is a member of a prominent family
in Arkansas. This peculiar case
again emphasizes the almost miracu
lous power of tbe Swift Specific in
the releif and cure of the most dan
gerous forms of blood disease. It
will be observed that several well
k.-iowtt physicians attest the truth of
Mr .Crouch'sstatement. Mr. Crouch
writes that he is continuing the use
of S. S. S. in order to eradicate the
last lingering vestiges of the dreadful
maladuy from whieih he suffered for
so many years, and is doing so "by
direction of one of the most promi
nent physicians in tbe State."
&
of
Akkai>ki.piiia, Ark., Nov. I, 1SK7.
Til" Swift S|M.'"llt« Co., Atlunt
Gentlemen.—Few have experienc
ed so great an affliction as myself.
For the benefit of the afflicted, I
make, for publication, a statement of
the wonderful benefit which I ex
perienced from tbe use of your prov
idential remedy. I have suffered for
sixteen years from this affliction, of
which also my father and elder broth
er died. Hereditary scrofnlar attack
ed me first at the age of twelve years,
rapidly increasing till it readied its
severest form. During all this time
I tried the various remedies which I
could hear of. and consulted various
physicians, with no effect. I was
pronounced Incurable.
After the use of the first bottle of
8. S. 8., I experienced decided bene
fit. I was in an almost hopeless con
dition, and could uot rise from my
bed without help. I now have only
one of the sores and a stiffness in my
left foot and leg, and can get about
very handily with the help of a
crutch. I have full faith that it will
in a reasonable time, restore me to
perfect health. I used your remedy
by direction of one of the most prom
inent physicians of tiie State.
Yours respectfully,
T. R. Crouch.
We the undersigned, take pleas
ure iu stating that we are personally
acquainted with the ubove Thus. H.
Crouch, and certify that his state
ments are (rue: Dr. H. H. Arnold,
at
the
as
the
are
dred
tin
M<t|. J. A. Ross, M. L. Datigley, M.
D., Arkadeipkia. Ark.; N. L. Moore,
M. I)., Hollywood, Ark.; Rev. G. M.
Shew, Prof. K. P. Peeples, S. P.
Klrkham, W. P. Burton, Clear
Springs, Arkansas.
AaKADKf.Pnu.AHK., Nov. at. 18.87.
The statement made by Mr. Crouch
is reliable and entirely correct. All
tbe persons mentioned are promi
nent citizens, and uuy statements
•hey make are t. "stworthy.
lours truly, ders
• Htewkkt& Bito., Druggist. | for
Treatise on Blood him! Skin Diseases j the
see
cels
ada.
get
mailed free. Tiie swikt Si'Euiku'
Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta, G».
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IMPORTANT NOTICE.
Owlusto the tuiprepeiiantqil rapid growth
Of our mpinpription l|s|. within tljfi pant few
weeks, we wHI |n future have to begin print
ing ti(e liIZI-JTTK j, J'e,y pours earlier '.liun
heretofore. Persons wishing local matter or
advertisements lqsertti'd wU| greatly oblige
the {tuhllehcrs by hamlfog or sending in the
<* n IC by or before Thursday noon pf ejieli
week. We cannot inst|ret|ie insertion of lo
cal matter handed hi f>u Aridity amrning,
LOCAL LINES.
The very latest styles ip Millinery,
at Austin's,
A, T. Inman will sell you a barrel
of flour for 33.50.
'And a little more CIDER,
too," at Mrs, Loewenstein's.
If you wish to buy a good, gentle
pony, cheap, call on R. H. Winter.
_0_Y—S-T-E—R—8—
at Mrs. Loewenstein's. Hooray!
Try "Revel Best," at Inman's, it is
a splendid chewing tobacco,
If you want a good brood mare,call
on R. H. Winter, Prioes to suit the
times.
J. F. Moss will give you more
groneries for less money than any
one else, try him!
Dealersshould use C.'nfl'AWhitakers
e cider it ex
Kentuekey sweet appl
cels all other brands.
R. H. Winter has about fifty beud
of horses and mares, which will be
sold low down, for cash.
For Kent.
A front room up strlrs, suitable
for anofiice. Apply to B. H. Gordon.
Culf & Whitakers Kentucky sweet
apple cider, in all size packages and
at lowest prices.
The M. & T. Ice-oar arrives at Gre
nada at noon on Wednesday and
Saturday of each week.
Five o'clock hi the morning is the
hour Mrs. Roewenstein opens her
Restaurant. Rejoice ye hungry ones!
How to be pretty: wear one of
those nobby Yachting hats, which
you can get at Austins' for 75cts.
Get prices from J. B. Snider, agent,
if you want a (Juliet gin, cotton press
or other farm machinery.
Radies, wear the celebrated P. D.
Corset, the best and most perfect-fit
ting corset made, to be found at Aus
tin's
Consumers ot that delicious bever
age, eider,should not fall to try Cuff &
Whitaker's Kentucky sweet apple
cider.
Isn't it an awful shame, little chil
dren, that, each of you hasn't one of
those lovely Yachting hats at Austin
& Co's.
Tito largest and latest assortment
of Millinery at Austin's, presided
over by an accomplished and artistic
milliner.
25
'
ly
the
a
day.
Knr Sale,
A second hand, large size heating
stove. Iu good order, and will be sold
cheap.
Come and see me in ray new quar
ters, corner building westofW.N.
N EMILE lUKAM.
Fifty head of horses and mares for
sale at bottom figures, as I do not
care to feed them. R. H. Winter.
Ozark Cider and Y'inegnr for sale
at Cuff & Whitaker's Guaranteed
the bunt, ask for it and try no other.
Tiie largest and cheapest, as well
as best. line of ladies' underwear in
the city, can he found at C. J. Aus
& Co's.
The Grenada Oil and Compress Co.
are selling bulls at 25 cents uer hun
dred pounds, and from this date will
make an effort to supply tiie demand.
B. H. Gokmon.
en
on
of
my
get
D.
you
more
Pass.
tin
Brand
I ry
Tr'J
I ry
at
A
Boquet
ed.
let
hnx
oox
line
stoekin
and
w
C. J. Austin & Co. have a very
large stock of misses' and childrens'
Double-Knee Stockings, the best
manufactured, at astonishingly low
prices.
no
w „ , 1HV e handled all brands of cl
ders with a view of getting tiie best
our retail trade. The Ozark fills
the bill, and we recommend it to both
consumer and dealer as having no
comparison.
WANTED
Every body to know tiiat Cuff A
Whitaker keeps the celebrated Ozark
CHer wit It cakes to match. Call and
see them.
Gur stock of Ladies underwear ex
cels anything ever brought to Gren
ada. Come, examine tiie goods and
get prices, and you will surely buy.
C. J. Austin A Co.
Rex
Cufe A Whitaker.
I
.
Cold Feet
Need not make your bed-fe||ow cuss
while you can always
m
If yon buy a pair of Wrong Winter
Shoe* front our large and
We do not buy a dozen at a timo, .
get a ear-load,and sell at car-load
prices. Our stock of
we
HEAVY
itl
(E'OR BUSINESS WEAR,)
LightShoes
(FOR FULL DREtffl,)
1 li 1
II
'J
Also our full line of New and Fasli
ionaole Slippers, is composed
of none but
Hie Very Best
7
Goods, and will be sold at prices
which everybody acknowledges are
the very lowest.
Bo Hot Linger
Come and let us suit you at once.
MAIN STREET, -
GRENADA.
lt«?<luce<l It uteri.
_
Mrs. Roewenstein announces toiler ;
friends and the public generally the
following reduction iu rates; Meals,!
25 cents; Lodging, 25 cents; Table
Board, 34 per week, 315 per month;
Board ami Lodging, $o per week;
Transient Board and Lodging, 31 per
' [II o,-,-tf 1
—-' J
I wish to say to the public general-!
ly that I am now prepared to furnish
the very best C'yp.ess shingles, and I
pickets, at lowest prices ami in any !
a imlity. Also to cover houses of any .
intentions. Respectfully,
Nov. 25, 1887, F. T. I.NUKAM.
day.
Notice.
„ ,
Mrs. Mary V\ ood desires a limited I
number of bonders, who Will he giv
en very reasonable rates and good I
board, hor further information call
on Mrs, Wood. !
i
H aving returned after an absence :
of a short season, I wish to Inform
my friends and citizens tiiat they can i
get my services as cheap as any M. 1
D. for like services in all parts of my j
profession. J. J. Gage. !
• - - - J
With every can of A. T. Itiinati's
Bouquet Baking Powders you buy i
you are presented with a beautiful
colored-grass goblet that is worth
more than you pay for the Baking
Powders.
BOADERK WANTED.
WANTED, MALE HELP,
Gentlemen to know that the fl.o.i,
uentiemen U1 Know tiiat till ttzark
Brand ( ider at Cufr J: Whitakers has I
equal, Is alisolutely pure and 1
conscientiously recommended to all. j
I ry a glass I
■' —-
There is no better or purer cider I (
manufactured limn Cutt'A Whitakers !
Kentucky sweet apple cider. If is j
Tr'J , i'l° U MoL n, Jnu| l ! l .u U, U V k ,r a' 1
I ry it. Mold in all size packages,and
at retnil. 1
--- I
A fresh supply of A. T, Inman's i
Boquet Baking Powders lust reeeiv-1
ed. A nandHOiiie colored glaHtt irob- JA 1
let is jflven away with each and every
hnx nf the Rulcimr I'na'ilnrs * • '
oox Of me naKItlg 1 owners. j
- • I
Lickfold has the prettiest and best' f 1
line of jewelry, and best selected : i
stoekin town, all new goods.
and examine before purchasing else- 1
w here.
;
I
no
Rex Hats, at C. J. Austin A Co's.
Sale of Stock in Store.
; No.tws. j Estate I, yvii.k, Dcceii
,
"sSf, thereof, I, as
pointedby saiiiCo
Monday, tub Horn. may or January, isss,
within t.lie hours prescribed bv law fnrexee
utlon sales, til trout of the Court House door,
o! sulit county, proceed to sell it! piihllu uut
iTdV° * bidder, for cash, and In
wan
,,r **"' tlrni ..r i. wile a
I o"i„t*... l "'i'lii l " |ll "' l '' w '
! ally will he
.
Purs
(.'banc
t to and bv vtr
rt of Ui
t the Si
ofa deoreoof the
'inula County, Missis
ptcmlior term, A. ]>.,
ml commissioner up
le
me
ii
mi bin
nieiv band!
lar, llu* stuck of anods,
sal" and store fixtures
i'ii. Said sal" being
if S"tt|"
ppi'atsfd vain, 1 .if said pars"!
i"d at said sale,
mi as, Sp.Tlai I'omiu'r.
[UH-M-St]
■nt nf said
ni;
J. 'J'. Til
lireniula, Dec. 1X87.
Notice for Publication.
Oeeier. at Jackson, Miss.,)
, November 35th, 1887. j
I Notice is herein-given that the following
named settler has tiled not! . rills Intention
I "Jf,"} KSJ Uni'ffi.'ISlLSe Kfore 'the
Judge, or in his absence the i lerk of 'lie
! fhauecry Court of Urenada County, at (!reu
i 7,1a, Miss,, on January llth, ISSS, 'viz: Zack
: lll ' w , l ' or ,hl ' K«»t
B. He nan.ei the folh.wlng 'wftMsre. t."
i pnive his "ontliiuous residence upon, ami
1 'I*LV. 1 !" l . ul >» , >'l, v>»t John A»h,sam
j
! Jas. d. stkwaht.
J (11 - >-6) Register.
i
I,ASP
all of
Notice for Publication.
Lano ok kick at Jackson, Mfsx.,1
December huh, iknt.

Notice Ik hereby jrivt
named settlor lias Mb-d
n that the following
, nolle" of bis Intention
k" final priwf In support of his claim,
and lhat said pmni will he maile before the
Judge, or ill his absence the Chaneerv l
2' 'Ireniidu I outity, at (frenatla, Miss
January as, isss, vis: Katiki'ihii
I stead No. UYo, for tho K 1 , ne
1 N. R. T E. .. has the following
j uplmTid "ulmmYrnln said land" Ggl'j'l)''
Johnson. Hterllng Janies. A. N. Hums !>f
tirenada. Miss., ,1. (|. Woods, of Hedding.
( "J | " , «» M'ss. J is. M. stkwaht.
llo ' |S!
order of the Boar,I of Mu
peri ls,,rs or (ireiuulu iimutv. at tin- prerm-
wr term thereof, the undersigned coinmla-
Stoner will, on Saturday, the Hist day of Me
"' r, , l , ss " 1,1 h' 1 ' 111 ;;f the eastern door of
taiSI™ loihj 'SiL'IXV 1, "!r a J"?m
JA 1 . ,lu> f0, * 0 ' v ' M « in»ct of land,to wit :
-
• ' . . V ' of — ' a»>d 4 yenru. with In
percent. Interest from date of least*, with
K°«*d Hiireties to be unproved by the commls
f 1 "''' r - * s »hi h»nd will be sold in MubdiviHions
i s "' .."'""i ''u TrU-i',!'';'''::"'.''',
Call!-—- - - * h< ; * r '
A new and well selected line of
those Jeans Pants have just lieen re
celved at A, T. Inman's anil will be
sold very cheap.
to
'l»-rk
v.H
Keiflster.
L«*h»p of Schoul Land.
A
nsrc 4
SAM. LADD
I
-£JB.*.ZigJg XS*
Fine Whiskies, Brandies
WINES, ALCOHOL, BEER, GIN,
Ale, Porter, Mineral Water, Cigars, Ftp,
Grenada, Mist,
TT7<3h TBADB SO^ICITE©,
JOHN pEONgE'SipLO STAND,
When in need of a ftne pair of Shoes call on
us, The Shoe store is the place to buy Shoes,
A. W. WHITAKER & C0'§,
Shoe storE
-w\ Be BOaijX-XafcTlN,
WITH--
E
■WK03LESALS
-AND MANUFACTURERS OF THE
CELEBRATED OZARK CIDER.
FRUIT ORCHARDS:
WORKS LOCATED:
7 & 8 Howard Row, Memphis, Tenu. | Ozark Mountains,
Missouri.
*
©
We wish to call the attention of the public
to a
New Hardware House!
now open and 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.
ROANE & SON
Located on Main street, one door south of
Branum A Goodwin's drugstore.
GRENADA, MISS.
J. DRUMMOND,
T l |U IU P D
I I zi I wl tm I ^ j
--AND-
-:Sheet Iron Worker:
grenada. miss,
!
|
Having opened a shop on Depot St.,
I am now prepared to do all kinds of
work in my line, such as
il
and putting on new ones. Your or
ders are solicited,and many years ex
perience In my business warrants me
In guaranteeing all my work.
You can buy a barrel of fiour al
A. T. Iumau's for almost any price—
from three dollars and fifty cents to
six dolla rs and a halt'.
P. D. Corsets, the best in the world
for ladies, are sold in Grenada by C.
J. Austin <S Co.
The best shoe In tiie world for tlie
money is James Means' 33.1X1 shoe.
Sold by C. J. Austin & Co.
If you want a barrel of flour for
33.50 call on A. T. Inman.
Dr. Cunn's Liver Pills.
Removes constipation, prevents
malaria, cures dyspepsia, and gives !
new life to to the system. Only one
for a dose- Free sample* at Hughes
A Nance.
japl,'
Cure for Siok Headache.
For proof tiiat Dr. Gunn's Liver
Pills cure Sick Headache, Ask vour
Druggist for a free trial package.!
Only one for a dose. Regular size
boxes. !1> cents. Sold by Hughes A
Niuice ' March 1st
1
SHORT LINE
Memphis, Tenn„ and New Orleans,
Louisiana.
BetWiu'i
Mississippi & Teaneaeemd Illinois Ceatril £. H.
S< tu'Jul" In Effect October isih. 1887.
NORTH |
| SOUTH
STATIONS
G 00 a mlAr Memphis Lv| 5 20 p m
8 10 a m|Lv Hernando Lv ; 6 ]0 p iu
7 38 a mjRv Senatobia .Lv| 6 42 p ni
ti 55 a m Lv Sardis. Rv 7 10pm
0 33 a uj.Rv BatesviRe. Rv 7 47 p m
5 45 a m Lv Oakland Lv 8 34 pm
4 30 a m Lv Grenada Lv 9 20pm
3 59 a m;Lv Winona.. La- 110 05 p m
2 55 a ni Lv Durant.. . Lvill 10 p m
1 40 a m|Lv Cantou. Rvjl2 30 a m
12 42 a m|Lv Jackson Lv; 1 22 a m
10 54 p mjRv BrookbavenLv 3 2s a m
9 45 p m|Lv McCombC. Lv 4 28 a m
7 40 p m Lv Hammond Rv 8 30 a m
ti (K) p nilRv NewOrleansArj 8 20 a m
Xoi-ih i Sardis Accom'n.T
5 15 a tn Ar Memphis Lv 4 5o p iu
7 52 a m|Lv Whiteha'n Ar 5 19 p m
7 40 a m Lv Hornlake Ar 2 30pm
7 23 a tn|Lv Nesbit Ar 5 48 p m
7 08 a m Lv Hernando Ar 6 00 pm
«53am LvLove. Ar ti 09 p m
ti 42 a m Lv Cold water Ar| 6 20 p m
6 2ti a m Lv Senatobia. Ari ti 18 p m
ti Oti a m Lv Como.Ar 6 86 pm
5 50 a m Lv Sardis ... Ar' 7 00 p m
* ou tli
ARBUCKLES'
name on a package of COFFEE is a
guarantee of oxoellence
ARI0SA
COFFEE is kept in all ftrst-class
stores from the Atlantic to tho Pacific.
■*■■■■
LlJr Pr K
I kb
is never good when exposed to the air
Aiways buy t hi? hranrt in hermetically
waled ONE POUND PACKAGES.

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