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Gkkïàda Gazitte.
[VMDA1, FEBRUARY 14, 1888.
LOCAL LINE8.
We learn that Mr. Bdgar W«t Id
ttnda moving his family to Granada,
at an aarly data.
Don't fail to attend the concert on
Friday night, at Mullein Hall, for the
benefit of the Episcopal Church.
We are glad to see our young friend
Mr. Will Hofia, on the street» again
after eeveral days illness.
Mr. L. P. Bell, of West Station, is
in Grenada Tisiting hie brether, Mr.
A. S. Bell.
Mr. B, E. Embry, of Belifootalne,
father of our young frl.nd, Mr. Dud
Embry, vrai selling cotton in Grena
da yesterday.
Measn. J, H. Foster, of Memphis,
and Epps Jennings, of Water Valley,
camadown to attend the marriage of
Mr. J. H. Barksdale.
Châi. J. AuBtio, of Greenwood,
now, but formerly of Grouada, came
lip to Att»ad the nuptial oerewouiea
efhli friend Mr. J.H. Barksdale.
Chari«/ ia 0 a haadaoiu. and a* happy
M «ver.
The Renowned Pete Baker, former
ly Baker » Parrau will appear at
Mulliu Hall eu the Hlel. of thi. wnnth
In hie great diama, "The »migrant."
Me has good support, and probably
the beat company that baa appeared
in Grenada this season. Next Thurs
day night.
Mr. 0. C. Peete was in Grenada on
Tuesday last, aud informed us that
tie |would Soon move his family to
Urenada to gtt the benefit of our ex
cellent schools. Wu gladly welcome
them, and all like them,into ear com
munity.
The demand fsr dwelling houses in
Grenada far exceeds the supply.
Some of our capitalists who hare the
lots and mousy Or who have lots of
Money, ought to have a few tenement
kouees bdllded.
ft
Friday night, for the benefltof tbe
Episcopal Church. The public
bordislly Invited to attend, and
•Ides contributing to a good cause
»111 bs well entertained and gdt the
Vorth of their money. .
Mr. J Cw-dlaUyfpU; Becn«*ry ol^
uH^jf'ATTIanie, requests us to
announce that Col. Harry Tracy, the
fcrsat Alllauce lecturer, of Texas,sepl
dellwor an address at the CourtHoiree '
- fn Grenada, on Wednesday ^arch
- *0,11a. m. public, il p.,m. private,
As w. have before stated, every 1
.u. ^
who can, and especially Alliance
men, should embrace this opportun
lty to hear an able address and upon
a subject that is of vital importancs
to every one of them. *
to
of
In
Theatric»!.
Thtre Will bè a dramatic fi«rform
8QC6 at Mullia HtUl to-morrow,
Z
I»*
CO
(pa $3.76 ai Suchkaan,' Tarrell A Co.
ETv
t havajust ïoçei v#d gpd from this
data will keep
(n »rena
'Mllna I
e Optais at my Stable
an K$^ra lint lpt of
Oaod^ Yoiffg Mules Which I am
•flaring at bottom figure». ,
J.T. GÀBNaR.
sSamilton Brown Ladles' $3.50
^ooa for $2.?5 at Buchanan Terrell
ft Co.
Pure and rich possessing all the
nutrleloui proper»«« of Malt, Chase's
Barley Malt Whisky Is a perfect
Tonlcjfor building up the eyetein.
For sale bjr W. 14. pA»S.
Hamilton Brown Ladles $2.- l 50 shoe
for $2.00 ftt Btiobauau Terrai 1 à Co.
For hot c, ölte« ^nd lunch, to,?5c.
,any hokr of lhadàÿ,' go to Randolph
Gt tes.
Notice to CbntrSCtdrS
Tbe Board of Supervleors of Gren
ada County will let to the lowest
responsible bidder Ji the first Mon
day In Mkrcli 1889 ihe contract for
raising {Jbe irog bridg* across Bogue
t feet. Beard reserve« l}j(! ,,right to
reject Ml bids. J, T. TRo'Mag.
f»bT clerk.
:• The W. L. DOUGLAS advertised
■hoes are widely known everywhere
«■th# best valu* for Use money of any
yst Introduced. His celebrated $8.00
oalf seamless shot Is perfectly smooth
inside, no tacks or wak thread to burl
ths feet, and as easy as hand >sewed
■ boss. It Is a pleasure to we ay (Jiem
Rsad his sdrertlsemeutiappearing in
this paper from'ltoi#,t>Uuia., ,
O. J. Austin ft Co., Sol# Agent fo
Grenada.
O.
on
of
At RapdolR^,G^s^ i^,the ^jtce for
your meajf, Which are only 25c and
lodglngltha,_
*
Sda|»i»trMw'i
Parsnant to a dear»* or g.» Ckancery Court
ofOreoadacourttyi r*ilrtiir«tl«i the Octeb-r
term, ▲ D] I888,ttfe unJui.Irnrd lultnlul»
trator Wlttl tfl, win •nnoxsd, of K. W
Himhe, dec,a»eil: w111 U,| Monday, Mth day
*A rebruarflA! ». MM, In froiW of tile Court
noua» door! In the'tow'u nr Mretlada, 'Mlmla
•Ippl, proceed'to S*l J fobfca.lilto th.« highest
WiTder, at public-auction, » U o'clbck & w>
tbe fotfowfSs described i-ertl estatsto wtt:'
Lou ist, tsa, 1S3and IKS, Is the. Wet Ward
•f the city of Urenada, state and eouuty
aforetald J G IfCORss
ASmlulatrator'» cum teataoiento annxo.
•Jf. • ReLsaa,
•Oltditor
•*!•» r
*5o;
ern
his
ly
and
In
GOOD HORSES AND IIROOU MARKS
These desiring to pureiiase a good
▲merlonff Hbrse or Brriod Mars
will do well to o*)I ou R. H, Winter,
at Morgans wagon yârd. Vtlll also
keep *n hand a lot of gentle broke
cheep m ustangs,
We direct attention to
tisementof Col. W. N.Poss, which
will be found fisewkere In this Issue.
Ae we haVe before stated, the Col.
hat beats appointed the Alliance
merchant for Grenada, and hi# In
tention ie to prove worthy of the
trust repoltd in him, by keeping
g everything« mah want*, and by
lllng aljust auch prices at will live
. . live. .Ulve him a trial and
pgureelfi
to
the adter
» in
Miel
«adlet
bâtis»
MAtmeo
Married at the Episcopal Church, Grenadn,
Vf Ue.. Wed neaduy evening, Kel». 7, lH*g, at H
o'clock, by Rev. W. M. Law «on, JUDGE J.
(.Randolph, of Coleman, Texaa, and
Mibrt Jmit Domïa!», of thiacliy.
ATTENDANTS.
Albert Payuo,
Beatty biultn,
Mis* Aille Smith
Mias Mary Lou Bledsoe
ISliERS
E. L. Gerard
W. N. CrofforcL
all, but
dhn learn from h
J. T Thomas,
Frank Hralth,
The groom Is a stranger to
feel assured from what
antéeendents a ml from his appearance, that
wL
lilf
in the.
he 1» worthy of the prise he ha»
lottery of life
Miss Donuan 1« oue of our lovllest aud
most popular young ladle», whose frient
regret to loose h»r, out rejoice in her hupp
-sa, aud Jolu us in wishing that her futu
life may be one long honeymoon.
.
l
On Tuesday night last, at All Saints Church
R^v. Dr T. B, Lawsonofllclutiug, Mr. J.H
Burksdale' to Miss Weet Joues, all of Gr*
nada.
il HUE KH
Epos Jennings
C J. Austin
E. J Wllbourn
J. N. Foster
J. C. Lougstreet
J. T. Thomas.
It afford» us more than ordinary pleasure
t« chronicle the union of hearts aud hauus oi
this happy young couple, representing
they do, the highest types of manhood and
womanhood of this generation The groom
is a »cion of one of our best and wealthiest
families, with a large clrcie #i friends whosr
admiration for him Is based on his mtiuy
good qualities of head and heart. A gener
ous, chivalrous, manly man, a true gentle
man in «very sense of the term, by instinct
and education, aud fully endowed with uli
the qualities to make life pleasant for tbs
fair young bride, who has linked her destiny
with him until death them do part.
The bride Is also the daughter of one of our
oldest,wealthiest and most aristocratic fam
ilies. Lovely in.person, aud also In disposi
tion, she Is indeed a rare prize of wh«m an>
man might well be proud. They left, utter
the ceremony, on a bridal tour, followed by
the best wishes of u host of friends, who Jolu
with us In hoping that life for them will be
long unclouded day.
By reference to a notice which ap
pears slstwhere in this issae It will
be seen that Mr. H. C. Orman ha.
succeeded to a partnership In tht
mercantile business with Mr. A. 6.
Bell, under the lrm style ef Bell A
Orman. The senior member, Mr.
Belli a well known to our readers at
one of our most enterprising, sud ui
the same time a most upright, houor
able business man. Tbe junior mem
ber, Mr. Orman, came to Our town s
fewyears since, a strkuger, without
ft lends nr Influence. He began si
the bottom of the lkdder, on a smalt
salarÿ, and by sheer force of IndUst
is t
V,
cheerfully cemmend his example t,
.the youth of our laudtisoiie to bt
Jsgnulated. The new firm has oui
m wishes for ,the best success wr
know them to deserve,
' _ " ' , ...
Department » toll to
«^flowing «yjd otj.; Manager ,n that
Rspartmeut.MrW. T. Burn-,has his
war paint on/^t Gbicfis.
t _
We see fi;om the Enterprise thal
our frfebd Hert4yC. Montgomery in a
candidate far. Sheriff of J^uflore
ty. We have inirfwn Mr. Montgoin
If affords" us gfeaïpfêaiu'rl
to add our testimony to his worth
He Isjust exactly the right kind of
man to make a good Sheriff, and U
elected Leflour county will have one
of the very best Sheriffs In the State
NOTICE OF PARtNEUSfflP.
I have this day associated with me
In the mercantile business, Mr. H. C
Orman, and the style of the firm will
henceforth be Bell & Orman. Thank
ing my friends and the public for
their past liberal patronage and hop
ing to receive a continuaoe# of the
same, X remain Respecfully,
A 8. Bbi,L.
The Largtujt, the Rest and Cheap
est stock of Boots and Shpes In North
Mississippi, Can be found at Griffis's.
The amount of personal property
has fallen Sway $240,000 in Hinds
county In the last two years, and
new the wicked Whisky men down
there are just mean enough to say
that prohibition is the ctgnse of it.
Charles Helser's Gents fS.jjO shoe
for4.80at Buohaoéii Terrell A Co.
Don't buy Spring Clothing until
you eiamln-' our stock which will
arrive in due time. We will sell yen
ifyoulodkat dur grtode,
i. W. Gaikxts A Co.
ry find application, close attention to
business and fair dealing, has worked
way up into a position of which
young than might he proud. Wt
;

ri
coun
II
of
fi# t#S5# will buy you a first-class,
luaob at Randolph Gage's.
Chas.HsDer'« Gsuta $0,00 shoes foi
$5.00 at buebanan, Terrell AGO.
ton
/■hy
t. OiOt r Special Notice.
All members ofGreuadaLodge.I. O.
O. F..are specially requested to He
hand at the next regular meeting
on Monday evening Celt, a» bUsiheaa
of Importance will be disposed of st
that meeting. After adjournment a
Banquet will be serVed to th# mem
bers,
on
or
the
ing
J. T. TRrtifAb.
S'ecy.
Lunch at Randolph Gage's, 5c to
*5o;
For Rut k
▲ good dwelling house) with live
toome, outhouses, stables, etc, Uon
vanleaS to the public Square. Apply
R.N.H a fi'.
ALLIANCE EATINC ROUSE
Meals 25e. Lodging tfie at Ran
dolph Gags'.
Thb NAshvIllb Aiherlcah says:
"(Jeh Chalmers has added another
dark rtbapter to the story of South
ern outrages, fie says that whila
his hired fsllowi were engaged In
taking) or moré properly speaking,
making testimony In hi! behalf, the
Demortrats 'edowled. 1 This Certain
ly Is n mbit outrageous proceeding
and the '»cowler» 1 should, be arrested.
In the msantlme Chalmers should
soak hi* head.
to
dent
Arm
part
msr
th*
T
H
J.
"('apt. A. T. Wimb*rlyof Missl.nip
pl, whole a prominent candidate for '
doorkeeper of the H'iiiai of Repr« j
seulatives, has established Pis heart
quarters at ÄIB Thiril steasts aorlh
went, an-J is «ocnmp/ined* to Wash
klfftog by hig family. Hol» uotjer
atyo-l CoJigvs à strong^pppurt amoni{
'■»we. ('apt.. Wlm
ysarsofag», ami is
at pressent the Chancery Clerk
Coahoma PbOnty, Mississippi,
which position lie was chosen by 750
majority at the November election
During tha late unpleasautuess lie
was cavalry captain in Gen. Korret'a
command and did the best he could
for the Lost Cause, but 'whan lia
found it was 'Most," accepted the
situation philosophically audj recon
structed himaelf forthwith. lu poli
tica he was as gnrtd deal of a Green
backer just after the close of the war.
but for a number of years past ha.
been actively identified with the Re
publican party.,,
Wimberly lias a pretty hard tight
before him ae there are some very
strong contestants in the field, and
claims to be fully armed for the fray
with the hurtling weapon of influ
ence. While it is claimed by the
Missieaippian'a friends that he li
the undivided support ot the South
ern Republicans, this can hardly bo
so as they are united on nothing savt
tne ueene
Sofllheau Repu HI i
T)erly la rt^out 50 i
of
to
at*
c «I (southern man
appointed cfiaiaiuau of tlie Com
mittee ou Election aud also ou EJu
cation» The way a »tala went iu u
previoup election largely iudfluenct
tho House in selectiug its,officer», and
if any Boutfieru state will bave an)
claims for rocoguition Missouri'»
aud Weit Virgiua's demands will be
recognized before those if auy other,
aud it is understood that gentlemen
in both »tateä have a yearning desire
for the doorkeepership.—Washing
ton Post.
The Captian Wimberly abo
ferred to, is Gus,Wimberly formel)
of Yallabusha county, and the
who kept that county iu red-hot
liticai ferment. He is oue douthern
Republican for whom
any admiration.
ve re
mai
po
we never hau
W« have alway.«
regarded him as a "Republics^n foi
revenue only."
A remakable political trust lia
been formed by the republican mem
her* of tfie Sèiiato, nearly every on,
of them heiug prospective candidate
fortbe nresidential nomination Tht
serve no
purpose of this trust is to
lice on Harrison that unless
agrees to forego a second nominate
'or the presidency, tlie Senators pr
pose to make hie udmiustratioii
failure by refusing toeo-opeiate wii
; t. It was tills trust that compeller'
\lliaon to decline being Secretary <
'he Treasury, anil ths same thini
-vill prevent any member fro u •
■ eptlng a position ! j Harrison's , -ah
net, Hlie result oftliis lioyeott on Har
ri J' 0 JLJ v . i M. b Pu,P^^
»f the under
i>,
currents In politic
The native Samoan is described a
'f a bright copper color, tall of st-.
tureinclined to'roliustiiess, posaes.e 1
if stupemlolik atteiiftli and endur
anceand vary chivalrous. The women
are of medium height,
ed, witii beautiful face and'darlt, sof
eyes. The Samoans are said to b.
models of virtue and industry,
than half the population are Chr t
■ans. who read their Bible and liv
up to its teachings. Their g
of all ceremonies is the enurtshi
and wedding. The govern meut
Samoan is a limited monarchy, in
vested in a king and t
biles, called a "Fnnn." The
here of those tw
villages and localities all
islands, Each viilage, also has r
chief, who gover«« by right of birth.
—Chicago Inter Ocean.
finely for
Mor
•ate»t
o
as«»»m
mem
bodies represeni
jVer tin
Cençernlrtg the cotton crop Henr
Cews ft Co's flnancial difeuiar - y
Tlie matter of crop is
it«elfdown to about seven inillio
bates (this Is tlie popular belie-,
though we think it loo high
timat«,) Hiid with the demand fo
cotton unabsfed. The supply
proachlng exhaustion, the dry go d
trade In excellent ifonoiti
H II
i
n, and I lie
spinners making large profits on their
production«, which they find a toady
market for we can Only view tlie cot
ton markst as in SU extreemy hep!.
/■hy condition, add believe that ul
mately we will see pricee consid
erably higher.
Tbe Kloqu»tlc« of Wo»,
Benton, Ky., Tribune.
When a man is trying to run a
country newspaper With an army
press ana a hat full of type and
seventeen paid-up Inscription*!
wheh he Is compelled to skirmish to
m*ke « living by begging) Harrowing
or Stealing! when he i» out bf heart,
hops, friend! find money, ih debt, in
loveahd In the middle of a fallrnad
rumpus that will not come to a focua;
When he has drtthlrtgln the past hut
the remembranöt of failure and noth
ing in ths futufe but visions rtf the
portfhmise—well , Under such rtirdtims
tandes he Is In confounded poor
shape to asaunie A virtu# that he
ftaau't got, or Jny tliaf It# doe.n'kfeel.
in
ly
at
ed
at
On hie retirement from otllc« Presi
dent Cleveland Will enter the law
Arm of Bangs, Stetson, Trarty, ft Mc>
Velgh, New York. This action on the
part ef Mr. Cleveland Is highly cora
méndable. After hivli'g* faithfully
served his erturttry Iu the highest
positidn within the gift of a mighty
people, he ebonlt) return to his fur
msr walk* sf life,Conscious of having
aphseryod, to fis best of his ability,,
th* Interests of his eountfy.
»»tor V«ü«j't r«i«un
Oür Mary h ml a litt W lamb,
And lie* heurt w«' mn«t In
T., make IL m wool beyond lt<*
Bring .j 6 per ceni,
'
j
■!h,
th*- »( .
DMII per flrl af-D
It Inmb
But
nits...
Hud H *
tt bone wool for le*« tit
^ . 'd wliliugly loi u ..
hslf int;»
Another girl win, had
licking»—wool
money Juft enou
A pair wltliout the
» «h
dp n ,x
*h to b . v
N
But
Went to the pane
?v»me wool tf» >i
A mi make 1
girl
leid
stock li
But both of wool
: of flax.
pl.-U*.
he giri'n death..
When Mary t
She struigh
Bu'd lout- .
fg go bare.
Ui lei
She cried
Ijet jjuuper sheep
If it will Keep
What will e
"P
>tccl
free I
nor leg
ourage un
Ho it whs do
, and pcopl
I liât poor g:
ed Wilt
said
Wlier
Cue leg was warm.
With W percent.
N(
, praise to Mary
id hi
lamb,
W
id (hi
To cioil
»oi
I -t K'irl
All honor,
, to M
And an protect ivi
That cheaply clothe
Aud wrap the pi
ry's friend,
ell ill wool
i
:
IU u
A Supvi
Ceurt. rite 11111,
We publish below, fur the benefit of
reader» who have
er aGciigsuca u curios
ity, a cool uill rendered by the Clerk of uit
it:
oupruf
I 21
ru» appeurai
1 s.
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This in u small »Izod cu»u that wem up i
■ hu Mugicirtiie»' cuun, and wus reuiui.
uuck by lue tsuprouic Court to the place iron,
re U »tai led.
Uh »ueh perquUlts a.-» the above we cm.
ju Wsty tue Ciera of ihu Aupie.u.
become a ^
t hLoulU
rc sadiy oat ui prupui
i case
tutlio service rendered.
It uow deems that ex-Govemor Ku.
seli A. Alger i» to U« oue of the chose,
iu iiarrisou'» cabinet;
If thtre la oue »ub-ject in our slat
that needs overhauling and
aud equalizing, it is the fees of
public officers.
ividllq
If President Harrison wishes
uake a bitter unrelenting, impla
tble enemy of the respectable el
nent of the solid South, let him iq
>oint Mahone to a Cabinet position
i'hat will dd the dÜHiuess, thorough
t
y*
Memphis has a "Dennis'' club <*
losed of maoibei
vho got left win
rival got the girl. From the ii:,
er of marriages taking pla-'e in (1
till »00,1
la-ia.we exnect theu
ufficlent material to
irganize u
ere.
Jim Jenkins, a whit*» man, emu 1
1 ap h bfakpinan on the T f', R I
a» found
:t. Water
murdered On Main »f •
V alley W 0 H» - 1 — —
His tI i r-■
vas cut, ami there is no clue to tl
-erpetrators of the crime.
r.ATRIt:—We have sine«
hat the murderer Inis been
md lynched bv the enraged eltizet
His name wi
Ic-im
if tlie community
Harris.
iibllshlng ■
if Mi
Gen Reuben Davis is
hook entitled "Recollections
■ i«sippi, and Mississippiails for flft■
■"ars.
You cannot 'iff-ird to live >■ : *t
newspaper get Hie l>esr Tf 1 e T 1 'M
"(»nionriit of .New Orleans—Daif
ane Weekly. Tt lias the largest ci r
■illation. ,,
We'ftre in. f**oeîpt of the Xdvnonfo
Vows, of Memphis, pahliphed an
»dited hvT A. and G. J. Nelson. T
U a hriafht newsy sheet and will m •
doubtenly prove asuooptF. _
A colored va
riai al- Startford, Ky., "that •
• oulil have heen killed lia-i stie "
-"»li the hitllet, which was c-'nii
testified at
ian
'
raieht. «it ln»r. and <iodir»d il." S
liurht than th* •*
quicker
.a» in
m D"
lim '
ü^syune.
va-*
Ttilder tlie laws of l)-lawi
•i can he whipped and pilliore-l f
tie crimes of arson, horse stoalin
i»d burglary, and pilliorcd alone f
•tiecrintes of perjury, breaking inti
i house to commit erime and suboi
if perjury, The present Leg
islature'wlll probably do away wit 1
tile offensive stptot*. .
■IHtb
Sam Jonprt «»Vs: "Hü«! the R"
piibliefln fiarty beenf<iefeat«»d"iu (fi
last iMptftion tile party wouM hav#
tiled« Büt ?tli» 'Démocratie part)
•vill never die» There will be Demo
-rate burned up'whön the world I*
>t on f.re."
vtr. Ilevelaiul
From tl»« fi.vltim«ro Snn.
Tlier» ha« been frequent reference
in tbe public prints to the President'»
eloqitenc« when Mils wife's name hn«
been mentioned In Ills presence. A
lady who dined recently AI the Ex
ecutive Maasion found her gaze riv
ited on Mi's. Cleveland, whri was i p
posits lief; Turning to the President,
near whom she sal, she Made son#
Mattering remark A». to Mrs. Clev
land's lieatity. tlie President quick,
ly replied:
"Yes, she Is beautiful, but as tnueh
at thepeopls admife Her béait tv. It ie
tome nothing compared to ths ioVII
ness of her character, tn thy life I
have never met a more sweeter or
amiable woman. I sec so little of
heri that 1 begrudge tile bouts wast
ed Oht of her prissen •» while I
at my desk. Sq »t these dinner par
lias 1 havb ordsVéd the floral decora
tions put low, jk> that I cah at lets:
look across the table at beri"
A til
• 111'»» IliMbaad
U
1
cm
lGfiecUd.
Wl-y J'
Ll!
New York Ht».r.
Jwitif?* C^uiiiln»
C
■* J
:
J 1,,-I
fiSitl »I
all I
"I'*' 11
lawyer, »tat »Lilian anil jurist ■■•a', j -u
fii» declining day* her»' i
honor *i.<
T
•'''H'HJ.eS. fil- pi
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Ju
iraiispluuied Ihml
tie keimte to a I ttOluet po»Hion b % .
tilted to
ile
Fresideut Cleveland,
rent ahou»*, Mrs.Dshigreu, witiov.
of tha late Admiral Dahlgreu, bad
junt completed au elegeut bouse—in
! be »Qtns neighborhood, by the way.
tbs Justice las bought hit
I
I 1
wbe
roperty—wljicu .-be
uUtMd
was ushered into tiie parlor, ai>u
made known bi» busiiie»». The lady
replied that the bouse was for rent,
me rental being *75U0 j-er annum
l bo Secretary sat perfectly quiet, ln
-îVesou the carpet, appartuLiy in pro
iound thought. This wm kept up so
long tkat Mrs. Danigren finally iu*
ed if fie were ill.
"No, madam," replied the Beer«
ary, "I was only wondering wnat .
(fUld do w ith the rest of my salary 1
Caoiuel orticers get fWOU a year.
P" 1
<
u
(soup.
King Malietou it gtili in the ccu
doiuine—H.jiton Harald.
W fiat bas become of the (i«u. Ai
3 er? 1» be ft li 11 in the boullion?—
Jinciuuati Enquirer.
Peoria favors tbe Chicago draiuagi
'ill -Peoria will theu be in the »oup
uicago soup.—Bioomiugloii iiuiiv
u.
Somebody calls Mr. Harri»on ai.
O'ster. Perhaps fie is au oyster. A.
'•äst fie appear» to be m good deal •
t »lew.—Louisville Courier-Joui u*i.
ihk Philadelphia iiaies »tt)s Hai
iöou ia au oyster, If this id so fie 1 .
ke a cfiurcn-fair-oystttr—fie is in.
.11 the soup.—Minneapolis Tribi
Matter of Interest.
HTTanooga, T"üu., June l%*>b.
lie avtiii apecific Co., Atluula, 0i».
Uentieman—In lhhfi I contracte
iood poison, and at onefc »ought ;
hy-ieian. who treated me.for »ever»
advise 1 weht
tb Orchard Spring», Ivy., wlier.
mu the. Hy hi»
served. I
t til a
■covered, as f th
l,»gaii 1
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Wanted a lady .
urge of a c-matry
iod neighborhood ami a
plea.ui;
oaidi"K place.
lit*
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eertilicate.
Ha
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1 C. LOVGiTRÏET, J K. KARKlUAl.s
» LONG8TREE T & HA KK>DA I I
Attorncv7-;it-Law
GRENADA, MIt'S.
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W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE
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All taad« I» Cotwr««, Bitten »nd Lncn
W. L. DOUGLAS
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AW 'SSS«.
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J. LANK LEIGH,
Justice of the Peace,
GRENADA, MIBB. .
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1S2 O-rax^ier Street,
riew Orleans, L?
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FOR law
Having been selected by the
"i inapa County Alli/
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AS
A'LIANCE H ADQYAET
sr friemls
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i li (I well selected line
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Goods and Grovi
lino-1 Gurts
Bngtivs.
Glothing,
and ( iri). ■ »I Rlartlation
Wagons
B.-ugl t 1 i-»
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and Prices be'
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Ore; l it
Office over !.. , •
S. m. main,
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ha» a»d fitted «• a first-elase «« 0 *.
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Green Street, If ihe b.mseformer
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ly oecnptod by J - D. Klyuid. Rs will
:f every
Keep ft Ml »nd fr»»)i »took
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