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The Grenada Gazette.
SV. H. I.A01), 1!. T. PAYNE. VOLUME R. I NUMBER 4(1 .\ » GRENADA, MISS., SATURDAY, MAY DU 1888 . 'OTJX^T'T'Zr. OFFICIAL JOTJKISr^.ru CF THE :E\A.IB3g££!ES' ALLIANCE cr G-^ENAIDA AN KDVCATKD IKK». I An Alliance man of (lie 'Hard Sera- j hie" neighborhood has a aelfeduented ling that "for ways that are dark and tricks that are vain," is rallier more peculiar than the "Heathen Chinee," or our granger reporter has got hold of ilie wrong pig tail. Oranger says the Alllancer, though he fed his horse bountifully, was at a loss to know why tile animal grew thin in flesh, and concluded to watch and catch the thief that was stealing the corn from the trough. The stable was a somewhat open one, so open ttiat the hogs had free ingress and egress, yet as the trough was too high for them to reacli they were not sue peeled of Hie mischief. While watching for a depredator in liuman sliapc the Alliancer notic ed that a hug approached and bit tlie horse on the fnre leg causing him to raise his head suddenly from Hie trough and turn and Dite at the hog and in doing so let a great mouthful of grains fall to tile ground, where upon the porker began to pick them up and eat them The Alliance man became interested, and eagerly wait ed for the next move. Soon he 'saw the pig bite the home again, and then the horse spilled another mouthful while utteiupting to bite the pig und again the pig fell to eating the grains that had been dropped. Thus the bites and Hie efforts to counterbite went on until the Alliancer became satisfied that what be lost in horse flesh lie made up in pork ; yet when Granger left him he was convinced that his hog was getting ton smart, and tie was having a big debate with himself as to which lie should do. put more corn in the trough ami let the old process of biting ami counter biting go on or whether lie should so fix the stable that the hog could not get m—and Granger was of the opin ion that Alliancer was likely toadopt. tile latter plan upon the ground that a hog that could play a trick of that sort would be smart enough to take care of himself either in or out the stable.—Ex. POVI.THÏ ON THK FARM. Conducted with intelligence, poul try-keeping on the farm becomes one of Hie most remunerative branches of farming To Hie farmer the ex pense is I rifling, and taking into con Hlderatinn tite fresh eggs and spring chk'keu« furnished the i.ihlotlie year round, it Is the keeper's fault If bis fowls do not pay their way in these two items alone, and afford a hand some profit besides. It is difficult to determine which is the most profita ble breed for the farm. While Hie smaller breeds are the greater egg producers and thesmallerconsumers, many of them are useless for the ta ble, Hie spring chickens bring an in ferior price,and the fowls, when mar keted, amount to very little. On the other hand, among the larger breeds we find some excellent layers with carcasses weighing, at maturity,from six to ten pounds,while springchick ens from these breeds tiring Hie very highest price. The farmer who wish es to impsove his flock of native liens can do so in no better way than by orossiug them witli one of these breeds. The least expensive way to do tills is to order a setting of eggs from some reliable breeder of pure blooded fowls. Do not grudge the money expended for setting, lint re peat the expenditure as often as ev ery two years, and you not only have a flock of birds that are profitable to you, but one that you will be proud of. Houtliern farftier* hitherto liave paid lit tie attention to the raising of grass crops and laying down of well mixed pastures. It seems, however, that they are leaf, one of our Southern exchanges Iliai K Tennessee funner speaking on the subject, calls the neglect of grass culture at the South take" of the farmers. Grass, lie truly claims, is the foundation on which every good farm is built, and might have added from which good *luds, herds and flock are produced for "all flesh in grass, sensible Southerner, for he proceeds to point out thatthe prosperity of the Northern farmer is due to Ills meth ods in keeping up tlie fertility of ills «oil with grass and Block. It is sate to assert that nothing will more speedily renovate the worn out lands of the South than grass and the ani mals fed upon it.—Farmers' Review. .NOTICK. Money to loan, from 1 to 7 years time, at 10 pr. cent pr. annum, shipments of cotton required. K 1100 00 up. Apply to R. T. Payne. turning over a new solo speak, for we notice in the fatal mis Itjt lie is a N nun I Only On« Ovprklght. j Under a law recently passed by the . legislature all privait- families taking j boarders are required to pay a priv ilHgp tux of *5. unless sucli boarder* are strictly »tudents. A penalty i» I provldedfor it* non payment.—Ex. In many places merchants, as a matter of economy, hoard their clerks, and even though only one, they are required to pay the privilege tax. If there in anything else that tin leg islature overlooked to lay a privilege upon, just speak out and it will re convene in extraordinary (tension am! attend to the matter promptly. If was not the intention to let any thing escape. It was supposed the whole ground was covered,—'Copiah Signal. The only oversigh that the scrutin izing eye of the public and the press lias as yet discovered was the failure to tax children for cutting teeth, and in extra session for levying that tax was suggested but has been "(plash ed" for the present, we understand, on the plea that it was "an infant industry." Mcti*ay<'d by a Donkey. A teamster drove s with * tones into the city of Marseilles, France. At the gate the excisemen asked if he had anything to pay duty on. He had not, he said. The officers, examining the load the stones three casks of brandy. Tl teamster took t agon loaded found below kiis heels, abandon find in# his property. How can him ?" was the qustbm discussed by "i have it!" cried one the officers. •>f them. "Let me have the donkey il I shall find him." The donkey was aliovvedtoselect disown road,and ost popul led the way through the ,us pm t of the city, and at last stood till in front of hoitee and began lodiou« tune. •diiging in ids most A window was thrown open, a man thrust out his head and the officer immediately recognied the runaway leamster. This time the fellow failed ;o make his escape. Farmers heareabouta complain that liortlculturc lias demoralized labor. Labor is like capital, it seeks the best investments. It cannot lie conttned to cotton culture better pay is found in other lilies of farming. eed tile value of labor and for this long a* Horticulture Imp enhan .should be praised rallier than con demned. Many transformation» an going on here, which, no doubt, evolve many changes in the order ot filings. The near future will deter mine these changes and it is the that every ill opinion of this paper •hange will be for the better.—(Vys tal Springs Metor. Duck Hill Items. I Buffered dentil from Neuralgia oi Rheumatism lu my head and simul ier last summer, and finely it be anie general in my limbs, causing hem to be very much swnlen. Mr. Wilkins lias been using Buchanan's -.punish Lightning Relief in his funi j a hot He. Three ap ily, uiid sent plications gave me relief,and in three days 1 was well both of pain and swelling. Since then, me and my wife consider it a blessing and indi speiiöible in a family. My wife is a Paraietic and finds great relief from it when fuiffbring with | L H. Linford,March Mrd 188(3. F lrtner information at Rramint «S: Rcspt., n. Goodwin inch (itf Drug Store. A lady who evidently understands what she is writing about, informs Ail exchange that a kiss on the fore head denotes reverence for the in telleet; a kiss oil the cheek, that the donor is impressed with the beauty of the kissed one; but that a kiss on the Ups is a token of love. Kissing the hand of another expresses will ingness to serve her; but kissing vour hand to another is a love token, signifying that you would kiss her with your whole affection and grace if she were near enough. vill run special and 2.'i of The M. AT. road rains to Sardis on the >f this month, Hie occasion being lie uinual fair of Agricultural and .Stock Breeders Association of Panola county. Trains will leave Grenada it !) a. m. Passengers regular mail iraluH. Fare iar for round trip. ill return on • dol a Mr. B. J. Wallace, Grenada's mer chant tailor, has just received a large assortment of casslmeres and suitings for spring wear, and it will be greatly to your interest tocall and examine his goods and get bis prices before purchasing elsewhere. A word to tile wise is sufficient. NOTICK. Persons who are Indebted to me for services of my Stallion, "New York," requested to come forward and settle. My accounts are in Hie hands of It. H. Gordon. H. L. H. Wkimht. worsteds lift K. EROS 'CUA3A*;TEr.D" SS.50 SEECjE For Centième»* - K. BROS Ä il n PIONEER ' l&f TT^T 1 " 1 FOR LADIES. G m M I R ! ■ E ; FAMOUS ! X 8 A pm* ! i,T ? / ; v I) i s T 5 A ! FACTORY ' K. BROS K. BROS '3 I X L bi £thoe$ 3HOH NOTH i:. Sealed bids are solid tud and will be velvet! by me from towns -tssipp! for the UxaiMon of 11 1 • • I Iiiince Exchange, of Misst *.sippl. Up to including June 15, 1888. on Jur > bids 1 ' * .1 I»! ! rector» will eef the ci •ill l>. open-'d ami of Winona canvassed, reject any and all bills. , win The Board reserves the 1). L. SM ■ttfh.t ! YTMK, order will pieuse j All papers friendly to the _____ THE .STATE o: >1 iss ToDophtneY L. Anduiavs, (Min< are commanded cry Court of the County of the 1st Monday show cause, If rinnl account of I Courtney L. Andrt-ws Irews, ml no discharged. Î8.TA-T) s-reei. j appea Mitda. I it of the K. Turne (I I.llli; J. An* | s, should not be allowefl and he .1. T. T ! Pi I .in* ■a V Easral flics, Sihvillt, can, m. T Unpaid (Maitn And not n Rflst-di : fjPP-For Rates, ete., apply ; J. 13. SNIDER, ; nil IiiHtiranee Ajjent, Gei ; Grenada, Miss, -.vith J. J. SLAC K, Attornev-at-Law, i GRENADA. MISS. I'd A Co's, store. ver Mel t Office up-sfalrs in the r< Will practice in. ■ ■niitprlslng the DlJ«trlcf. •renmla, Tallahiitcljie. Pa ela. Tate. IWS'.'I J. e. LONGSÏRKKT, Attornev-sit-Law, GRENADA, MISS. ver McCord A Bn Office: Front Room Cur© for Files. Piles aie frequently preceded by a ense of weight m the back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing-— he has some the patient to suppose ittecHou of tile kidneys or neignboi Al times, symptoms ul tag organa. mdigcHti"« are present, llatuioncy, ' iinPMHiness of the stomach, etc. A moisture like perspiration, producing lk very disagreeable itching, getting warm, is nit. Blind, Bleeding and Itcinng Piles, yield at once plication of Dr. Bosanko s which j Hi!" aiMuol lillllllioli to the i Pile directly not* Remedy, .1 poll the parts affected, abaobing tin rumor*, allaying the intense im'ii'ig. mil effecting u Price 60 cent*. Bosanko Medicine Do.,Fiona,O. Nilfi iy Hllgiiea .N Nance. le 1 " !>' t penmvmcut cure. Address The Dr. IVEST il UK own I'll vsin •ssutlcrcl tormciils - ou'Mcs. i'rolap ■ : ! 1 1 1 from i Crin l.ei our ICS. d 1 .cl dispaiivd I cl's unit rn.ni of being cm ni'di eon lii.'S grati ill A hir Wore s. Dr. T. G. .limes, AbberviRe Miss if y:". guarantees plenty of Eggs, win feed in dough Dr. BiHiavm' Quinine Horse t'attle and I'nuli 1 Tonic to your Hens. He and ai Ins neighbors, A. H. Graham & Hon recommend it for horses and caille Remember it Is packed in tin leave the other; Mosers Dtanum A • Goodwin will not misrepresent i' for 'Si or. 5(1 cents. Gall and see them if vou want something good, and re liable. meii etf •ans J?sa i >Ckn me : 3? ■/libred so. Till* followi;.: he sea nake ÎOiloWS lom Ha! Bavl To: Hat 1< neb hi 1 «cular \> te saddles. -This horse. Ton Bei ■ .bh.-b-. j ,1 by Jen*Davh 1 mporte rolberi FanniuitV left Davis' first t saddle slot y MitN'i eU. TOll '*n -jp f F ; r Wibft by I dd Clippor, l?y Maj. he est champi ■eeord LÎ : 11 1 ; to onn lr.Mir. . M-i 0". 5j i'!"j pi f k ; Albert t elubruft Tliis - •k. Albert Dm nick'« il:oo (Ml M.. rSh- ',h. vi 11« , Triai.. ;iu- old import vhii'li i'Ivps hi in a jicUlle hi that were re i is fun »: Htnlli' Tlii-n fin P a silky ci lark bay, wl i. with plemlid weight, lhe nm .-ace ii«r»e. u**is the fim s: walk am 1 ■ With as ness hors vill take a 111 a Paring record, les* l'lii" Deni. « ■si saddle •|<y as the ses. licit: is.df l > Inst T, GA RKER, WAN n i'. HOADKRH Mrs. Mary W nniibcr of 11 vill vln gU'nJ •at cm Mild rd. For further information call xew 'i !.. , i ; stud h nice -..-I 1 t i«ib Pol :»> O' LiaFaybipt riURSEEIBS. LJ ' 1^0 PR IKT-0 P. g5m. Sukne Oxford , Miss. (SHOIGE ©!^EBS!| t « I ici V; ;HH"• in pvh 1 . C. DcloTcii. Agent. lilili'i ADA. MISS. -il.-r* i* 1 Dr. TAYLOR'S SUHB I CHILL CURE. WARRANTED PURELY VEGETABLEI A POSITIV! AN D NEVE K FAILINC REMEDY FOB ChiilsSFevBr.Dumi) Ague, Dengue i SWAMP FXVrR. INTERMITTENT And REMITTENT FEVERS. _ __ _ _ _ __ £1A]LARIAL SISORD^RS • A'r ABsmOTR a'ti Reli.vbu i rar rim CONSTIf ATMs LIVER nr it KIDNEY COM PLAINTS, PILIOl'SNESS and DIS oi*. 1 snsn > oNurrioN of the S10MACH a (I BOWELS. Sold Vt.v fell Pc aUts »1 50 oil. A Trial Bis* 25 ct*. RiufiARD 3'if: ÎAVu.F CO., SOLE PROPH'8. M-JC. XjOUIS, MO. Call for a rcn»r of New IXA, "Our Family Trotihle* w U be, UnJ At* allfltoi'Bi, or neut fop uv» oeut iiutuu. "W- EL 230X-X-I2STS, Wl ' ll — l&CO nx '<*4 K. I A-v _ 1ÆEMFHI S, TENET . Seed Oats. Fruits and Product. Seed Potatoes. Onion Setts. "'36. ' F. LEi'R ATK1>— --\VK ALSO handle the OZARK CIDER t'.KD YIWECAR3, i!.D IN rHK MARKET. R. C. LATTiWr, Jr„ l Tit« JOHN POWELL. xrrxr n ! fy r , (J- m fepisd win m! 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