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TtIL'KsDAi, FEBRUAKY 21, 1888.
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The Clarion—Ledger publishes
list of 34 names of prominent citizens
who have been prominent spoken of
for Governor, and theu fails to get
them all, by at least a dozen—with
several more counties yat to be herd
Irorn.
We see from an exchange that the
Yocona cotton mills at Water Valley
Will soon add 100 more looms to its
plaut, which will give employ
ment to about 100 more people, aud
Will soon add a machin» for inanu
fac'.ui iug cotton rope 3-16 to 1-2 Inch.
Frank Burhitt in the last issue of
his paper tells the people what kind
t)f a man they» stand in need of for
their next Governor. TVc cau not
tell whether Frank was sitting in
front of a mirror, when the picture
*'*19 made. But-he seems to be con
fident that heknowsjust xeactly what
manner of man it will take to Mil the
bill;
Ther^ is
good deal of grumbling
bver the edict relating to the dances
at the Iuahgttral Bail. It has been
decreed that there shall be au equal
Lumber of square and round dances.
Youthful purchase'
mauds that there be two round dan
of tickets de
ccs to one squaae Janee. It isapret
♦v quarrel as it stÀmis, for the com
mittee is obstinate ami clings toils
origiual design. Republicans find
harmony a bard thing to obtain even
in the days of rejoicing—New York
World
An idle word may be seemingly
harmless in its utterance ; but let it
be fanned by» passion, let it be fed
with the fuel of misconception, of
evil intention, of prejudice, audit
will soon grow into a sweeping fire
that will melt tbe chain of human I
friendship, that will hi rn to ashes
many cherished hopes and blacken
more fair name* than one. --Charles
A. Dickey.
The idea to teacb every girl to
thump the piano, and every boy to
be a bookkeeper, will make potatoes
four dollars a bushel in twenty
years—Ex.
Y'ou may have noticed that there
are some little girls in Nashville with
hair whch exhibits varied characteris
tics at different seasons of the year.
For instance, as regularly as the
weather begins to get co'd the hair
begins to curl most beautifulo, and
lime sap I»
'gitatiuu, the hair
Otic
'f uni 1 i ni j».
•-1 he

i.-r
L viel ion
n nr.- at Ihi- moment.
,iliplicd in
>
■ isc
And
L,
iti utality ami
umstan
• f ex tre i
a (b>zeu
r more
meut are confined in the jails.
sonir
eiijuthaid l.ainir, and .11 b" , . , ni k *e
taey inaisied on exm*
offree-speech. Aud yet the peoph
Bubmit, only in two or three instan
ces breaking the peace, as they wer«
more aud more agrivated by the
w t .ton . nd murderous assaults of
the police. No other people could
remain so patient under such provo
cation, nor could they, but that they
have a hope that sustains them
through it all, and that is that justic*«
is not far otf, and that the day i
near at hand when they will be able
to legislate for themselves, when they
are to enjoy home rule ami will be
freed forever from the one-man
power now so ruthb*s«dy exercised
by "Bloody" Balfour,
name there accumulates infamy
i>ing the rigli
;;tn
ance
sidera
.he
eueu
fice
bat
prevail
It
\
zaliou,
iiteir
ahead
is
will
Your
live,
There
i he
hose
every day. (Onduring and patient, and
resting in thj
while
lions
do
dared
hope of in pud ence,
iore worthy
tbe I ri*!* people are
than ever of the respejt and ayiu
pfopie in
pathy of liberty-lovi
every part of the world.—-Memphis
Appeal.
in«
mand
able
that
emu
less
long
and
All
said
by
and
one
of
has
The dignified and stately old Clai
iou-Ledger, which is noted for its
couHervftti.ini, and Inn preached
against personal jouir; tilém as one
of the greatest of nr* '.■•rn evils, hat
at last been started oui of its natural
gait, and calling a c .ujdeof Corres
pondents of the Now Y i-sissippian a
liar apiece, We brea; Meanly await
the final result. Here is the C« L.
with its war paint on.
Two correspondents, masked be
hind ficticious initials, attempted to
assail the Clarion - Ledger in last
week's issue of the
iw MiaMssip
ian. One signing himself"!.'' says:
"I suppose itis gi-ueialty under
stood that the Clarion-Ledger repre
sents, and is the n.outh-piec» of un
infamous ring,"
When "L" or an v other man days
or intimates that the Clarion-Ledger
"represents, and is ilie mouth-piece
of an infamous ring,'' he lies.
The other writer signing himself
"AL R. L." writes:
"The most shocking wrongs liave
been perpetrated on the Htate right
under the nose of l tie ClaHoa-Ledger
and 'that paper has systematically
covered up the facts.
At, 1 m B. 1* »1»® a liar.
D
A bUriiliNh
Tcscahoma, Miss., Feb., 1.
E,l. ('lariun-Ledger:
As the year rolls on ths subject of
» our next Chief Magistrate is attract
ing tbe attention of our people, and
it is thought that it is now time to
uiakea uew departure in this matter.
If it is so written I unfortunately
have never hoard it, that the legal
fraternity have any Inherited or
patent right to this distinguished po
sition. If I am not mistaken tills
State has had but two Governors that
were not law yers. I do not say this
because I have any prejudice against
(be legal profession, and I cheerfully
acknowledge that as a profession
they rank above any other in intelli
gence, with no higher moral quali
ties than any other educated set ol
men. Besides that have we not an
Attorney General to advise tbe Gov
ernor on all difficult questions in
volving the interests of the people?
v\ hat we want now is a business
man-one who knows enough of
Federal and .Mute Constitution to
keep within the restriction of rights
and duty, and in oases of emergency
call upon his constitutional advisor.
Our local interests should engage the
(bought* and cuergies of our next
Governor. There are eo many inter
ests arising from our agricultural,
tiuaueial and manufacturing condi
tions that a man of practical study
ou all these absorbing questions will
be of signal service to the -State. The
louuty of Grenada set a good exam
ole (be other day in the selection of
County Treasurer, and the business
mu of the town and county elected
i business man, not that they did not
nave couf.deuce in the honesty of tile
■.undulate«, but the leading idea was
tliat a unui who knows how to make
money and keep it for his own berie
titwouldbea very proper custodian
for the people's money, so they elect
ed Col, IV . N. Pass.
If now the Democratic party wili
elect Dr. P. \V. Peeples, of your city,
ve will have a business Governor,
for he is a business man, well read
m all general topics, familiar with
>;:! past legislation, and lias the grit
to say and do what duty commands.
Dr. Peeples is a good writer, and can
make a strong, practical speech; in
fi'.'t we need a little blood injected
.uto ourpolitics, mid think Dr. Pee
bles tills the bill.
In conclusion, let me state, as to
iis Democracy, there is no question
oil that subject.
1889.

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BREAKKltS AH LAD TO it THE FA 11 M
EUS.
I mir»»difite AcMon,
N fiions. Miss., Fel>. 12th, '89
no;; N KW Mississm'tAN.

mat the bagging trust bas
-•organized, aud procured
• - > :»u uvailul.L- for the next
months, giving
aggi n g fo
control
0 in-Xt crop, the
n wb.icli we can
control of the
a king 1'ii.e Straw Bug
What are the farmers goim.
Lot now the
i Oil Co., fro!
« : •thing i
for
Hud
t<
a protest at
not he
i.ui better enter
• •■ . A ml if a eompron
bt'tii the manu*
erehy
enabled
ce de
und farmer may be
> live, tor the former to at
isc means of wrapping tiie .crop?
And had this not better go forth as a
rlecifb' once for all,
whether by organization Die armerp
i
iger or weaker than their or
I am not an Alli
;;tn zed enemies
ance mau because the Alliance c<
sidera me inelgible ; but my'zeal f«>•
.he purposes of the order, is not less
eueu by my inelgibility ; and there is
noonejwho will go further cr sacri
fice more than mysel, to
welded to getiier in brotheilv love i
r farmers
it
bat no organ ization on earth could
prevail against th
It is this interest that prompts me
hile 1 have no voice in thelrorgam
zaliou, to call their attention through
iiteir olllcittl organ to the danger
ahead and urge them to action. Now
the time for it, do not delay, or it
will again be too late
Your enemies are organized and ac
live, are you prepare*! to meet them [
There areseveral ways of drowning
he Bagging Trust, and «me most ef
Yn
1
he
in
ay easily accompll»he*l ; an«.
while it will do away
mrevef, it wili »ave.tlie farmers mil
lions of dollars, and at the same time
do away wih another monopoly,
further reaching than the B. T. eve ■
dared to be more anon. Y«»urs truly,
W. A. Cook.
ith the JL T.
• f
for
the
■o
The Glolie-Democrat in comment
in« on the Oklahoma country Very
wisely says :
"The Interests of civilizaticn de
mand that ttie policy of kcpiii#
millions of acres of fertile and desir
able land in (rrass and weeds on
purely séntiitiental grounds is lobe
abandoned. This does not imply
that the Government must repudiate
treaty obligations and violate »■ 1
emu promises to a weak rim) friend
less people. The scope of country
known as Oklahoma, does not be
long to the Indians in any sense,
and the pretext that it doss, is not
entitled to serious consideration.
All the facts warrant Ulfe view that
said lands are Federal, property, and
therefore subject to disposal as Con
gress may direct. The title asserted
by the Indians is a mere shadow.
Any legal rights which they may
have had In that connection were
voluntarily relinquished long ago;
and their moral rights are more Im
aginary,'than real. Thé question is
one of doing justice to White men—
of furnishing homes to deserving and
industrious citizens, in accordance
with that benifleent policy which
has done so much to promote the
West, dunri^the last twsnty years,"
to
to
l'd
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Dr. r W, Prrplft Dcc^u
Candidati* fnrflofwnori i
The continued mention of my Dime
a* a possible candidate for Governor,
ho»
and the inqin ry by gentlemen
have a right to know »bat my Inten- ,
turns I», demand» that 1 should give
in explicit reply.
The
•erneut in my behalf, orig- j
iuated, and been carried to its pres-1
eut extent by |my friend», wholly
unsolicited ou my part, it would ap
near that they had a right to a voice
in controlling my decision
8o deeply have I been impressed
Vitli their view, that out of deference
to tliwu, and with genuine regard for
' .
their wishes, I liavealloweu my name
to be discussed much longer than j
. •
ny personal feeling» warranted.
It i £ unnecessary for me to say that
[feel honored by the estimate placed
, in associating my name with
this exalted position. The distinct
ion of being the Chief Executive of
the State ot Mississippi, might well
(ill the measure of ambition of an ab
ler man than myself. But it is t rue
■ hat I have no desire to assume this
rrave responsibility. While I have
neon a factor in the extent of my
Ability in promoting the interests of
lie Democratic party, 1 have not
•ought its official trust.
The nomination lias occasionally
»een tendered me by my fellow citi
zens, and I always replied that I was
ready at all times to give* my time and
neaus in aid of the'Democratic par
iu every way save in holding Us
m
•d
by
by
y,
v
same feeling that has existed
lu cing
ne to decline becoming aspirant for
i greater honor.
It must be understi
littierto, prevails now in
d, that if for
r circuui8ttttH*e9, there
my reason
should ari-xc a necessity for me ac
jeptiug olHce, I would do so from
sense of duty that ought to influence
die action of any loyal supporter of a
»overumeut that altbrds him prü
ft
ectioii.
But in this instance there can not
possibly be an occasion of this kind.
Among tue many ami prominent
neu whose names are mentioned, it
light not to he a ditticult matter to
•elect a suitable candidate,
ai nly must not to be to elect him af
ter he has been nominated.
It is uot cant lor me to say that in
•ny opinion, the triumph of the
Democratic party is a necessity for
ehe preservation and advancement
>f civilization ill our midst. H
stands usa hulwork against the en
croachments of a perplexing issue
hat threatens to environ us. A {»rob
in, the solution of which isengag
mg t' e attention of t he most t bought
•'ul men ot this day. It is needless to
the
ing
tVe
tin it cer
• ay 1 refer to the race queaiio».
no factors in our
There should b
j unci u re— it i'i clearly
uly t'
.arty at thb
id »olidiy
in my opinion, doos
Mississippi,
lot want a
lorofany speed ii
lawyer, merchant or
fariiDT,
Äo
of broad ami
lie—but a ma
i, who shall he a strid
•itlarged v
eoiiomist
ithods, a
reformer without being an ob^truet
pure Demo
Tat, thoroughly imburd with the
advanced
ith buMinet
t)iiist, in plain
a sini'i
id progressive
Hesj ectfully,
bought of th** age.
B. \Y. Plkplks.
..
tin*
Jackson, F- h., 14.—Tliejoint com
i i ; h c com j m >;-»ed of three prvachcrs
r»d three laymen each, from th«
i«i Mississippi
'•».•! f-TCnee, selected by Iheir respect
dices
ublish
»rmulrtte a plan
for the
lient »»f a malocoHeg#* *
ndiT the auspices of the
named, met here to day
*f the twelve mein
'on fen* une
it 10 a. in.
Tel
ers of (lie commission were present.
aw formed by the
Milsap, of
Yn organizuti*:
■«election of.Miij. K. \V.
acknou. chiiirman, alnl Kev. Mi - ,
s'ewell of ( « renada, Secretary. Ad
were made by K*-v. Dr
ir«'9H
■Vlieat and Mnj. Millwap, sin
he desirability and
•ollege. Maj. iMill.-ap volunteered
in endowment subscription cf $50,
lOOon condition that the MethodinLs
Ail
cessity for tin
• f the rdiite would raise a like sum
for I he Rfime purpose.
Kev. Drs. Wheat and Blank were
ippointed to present an appeal t«*
the Methodists in behalf of the co
lege.
On motion, Bishop Galloway wi
requested to assist the project by
borough canvass of the State 'i' It
interest.
Revs, Newell and Millen, and
Messrs Nugent aud Millsap,
appointed to formulate plans for
raining the addilionai sum
vhicii committee is ordered to repo.i j
■o the Joint earn mit tees at a meeting
'■li 5M» next.
-
«
sity,
for
the
I •
equired,
to be belo lo re M
Tho l»l ni i
Truth Plainly Tohli
In an u ldreas at August:!, O i ,
Henry W. Grady waul in reference
to the Solid Bouth :
'* What then is tlie duty of the Boi
l'd BoUtli? Hiinpiy tliiw: To maintain
the political ft« well hm the hoc la! in
tegrity of the white race- «nd to ap
peal fo the world Tor patience und
justice. Let us nh
that it Is not
sectional prejudice, but a problem,
that keeps Us compacted ; that It is
not hope of dominion or power,
i abiding necessity j not patronage
but plain self-preservation tGut holds
the Month.
1
;
1 he white face together *•
[jet uê make It *r, plain that any com-1
unity, anywhefc, Bearchiug n« i
own heArt, would say the necessity 1 „f
:lmt binds our brothers Ih the South «r
would bind us as closely were tlie ^
necessity her»:" ,
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a *u«4iMiiu*ed s)■>
Treat*
I\ it«*rf;>.PD
»in«
ap- „
**J7;*X
and «L ath, ^' r ui " l ^'' ii l
Lcsses mol S,.srmutnrrli.,. - I'ailiail
for irsstausut. C.UI a boi, or sl a ini.'.et tur D.uu,
«ut by ui.lt prepaid oi
, VK oüaiiaktsip; «iv imvr.s
j To oure.uy raw. With eseU order r«ailT.i j
• by u* for nix boxas, aronmpunirii vltL ç.i.flO,
we will scud tbe purchaser our A rltUu tfimr- j
!
j
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of
gi |Rf j
Iuv-lut»iKr> I
• h'»
$500 REWARD 1
W« will pay th« above reward for wiv j
»I liver complaint. dyspephla. siok bead ache, j
tndlg«w«tii*ri, constipation or costl vouas» we j
cannot cure with WmsI's Yagelab!« Liv«*i
Pllls.wheu th* dlreotlonsare strictly rouipîi
•d with. Tl»*jr urn purely vetfuLubi*. ana
■»ever iteil tv plve Htttietkcflon. Large boxen
oootuining Sit sugar coated ptlis, 2 .V. For aale , •
by all druggist». Uvware of oountorfeitu aud 1
imitations. The geuulne niHnufaetured only j
by JOHN 0 . WBÖT è Co., U 2 W.MuUison«!., 1
Cliloagu, ill».
HBSBSRIiD nöBB LL
TE" °dP UL. 1 R AND PREFER
RED ROUTE.
v iLz,i ia time and 61 miles ghorter
than Any other Through-Car
Hue between
Splendid Equipment? Magnificent
Coaches! Pullman Buffet Slea^drs!
Trains Always on Time I
The working arrnngometitr. belweeD
the Mlssissi)ipi A Teiuicsser and tre !
flllnoia Central Railroad in sum» tbe i
prompt handling of freight business
'orwarded over the Mississippi and
Tennessee Railroad,shipments reach
ing destination following day of de
livery at Memphis depot.
Business consigned to the care of the
Mississippi A Tennessee Railroad at
tleinphiB, meets with despatch viu
this route.
tVe solicit your business, and request
vour calling upou agents for in
formation, etc.
A. J. KNAPP,
General Freight and Ticket Agent
Memphis, Tenu.
J.
:
VH.
Commercial College SSi
Cheapes t & Best Business College in the World.
IIIghoMt Honor (loid Medal over oil other Coll«*»*. »*
Woyld'o Krnoaitl«*. f-r 8j*teaa cf Book-Keeping and
Oenernl BnalnuiR EdacnUon. 8000 Oraduat«« m
Bufdn««a. 10 Teacheri eyunioTfd. Cuat of FnU Baalneaa
Courre. Including Tblllon. Stationery and Hoard, about g 90.
Short-Hand, Trpo-WrlMn* 6 Tekgraphv, apwlaltlM.
Äo Vocation. Buter Now. Oradaafaa Ouarantoad Raoces».
Forclfoutar« addrrzi Epkrnlm W. Smith, Principal, or
Wilbur U. Smith, fr a» Went, Leslagtoo, Kj.
.. \ .
IrUysician & Surgeon,
4. D. SCRUGGS,
Grenatla, Mlts.
Dffers hlB ptofessdonal service* to tip
people of Grenada and vitlnity.
Ofllee over A. W. Whitaker A Co'h
J. B. GAGE,
Physician & Surgeon,
Grenada, Mia*.
W. E. SMITH,
Watchmaker] Jewelei
SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC
Grenada, NMta.
Ail Work warranted aud don# wit!
dis natch
J. : .INK LEIGH,
i \'d of the Peace
)
D UKNaDa, MLtà.
•i ot tit i*t
1 Srd Monday it
« ; nu
filch require
-v *1 Jim.
nf i .} \ .
ho
No family in tbe South
however poor can afford tobe
Without that modern neces
sity, a newHpaper. Subscribe
for the Times-Democrat—
Daily and Weekly. It has
the largest circulation.
B. C. ADAMS,
Attorney-at-Law,
Grenada, Min.
OfSM over Leigh A Johté,
i
Do riot delay, but send in
1 your fiubücriptiön to the
; Champion Papei* of the
i South) The Tiine^-DoinoCrat
1 „f Hew Orleans—Daily and
«r , , r *
^ ™iy* It hiX9 tho ldTff€8t
, circulation ■
l
A T. UOANK,
Attorney-at-Law,
GRENADA, MlSrlr
m« o lno*vn*da finer
; H ;ivlng ope m il
j I ring from Hit* Dench. will 111 *11 the
J «'••»uiT* nf Orenielit, T.Ulal»at*hl<\ Yalobusha,
''hPiouu umi Webster count le»;
i Su|ir#ui« Court at Jackson, and th« Fedornl
* Court at Oxford. Special uttentlon P«l f '
to (.'olieetlng I>ebts, Negotiating L
t-tie Halft of Heal Estate.
I« Ihr
j Aud nota Putt-due
tucords
j
! W etc " uppIy t0
j J. ß. SNIDER
' * *
j The Vain lift Stads 1 m Go!
I
Srccai G£ct Mrillt- Ten,
;Mk 51 PÜ?é!ï Oak
t'npaid fiai m on ou
4
Ukknapa, Miss.
« ill attend all call» p....,
• iy or nmh;, cither In tho
Oinco over Geo. Lake a.
,
a= ^ : •
General IiiHUrance Ap;eiit,
Grenada, Miss.
JOHN J. GAGE, M. D.,
mptly, at any hou>
city or country.
J. J. SLACK,
Attorney-at-Law, j.
GRENADA, MISS.
Office up-stair» over McCord A Co's. «tore.
Will practice in Civil Cases in tho Countie
prising the iMstriet, to-wlt: Calhoun
Grenada, Talhihatehie, i'anola, Tate, HcSot,
81788
aud Tunica.
| HOBT. PUHDx i*
Barber ,A Hairdresser,
Grenada, M iss.
For the nmoothest shave with the ahaipe
the old reliable
Hour, l'r
zors, always call
[lGjuue88]
Depot .Street
w. C. iilcLEAN, ,
Attorney-at-Law.
J 4^ 3
<i:60 ^la, Mt»fc
OffiriB over Bg .untu AGÿodvIaSk
LtAKAYEipiPE
Ruf?sei^ies.
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Oxford, Miss'
(dHOIGE ©REES'
Of Every Varietj
Guaranteed to be as represented—
First-Class in every particular.
J. C. Deloach, Agent.
GRENADA, MISS.
: Y'our orders rest ectfully solicited :
Loans i^ê^otiateti
-, Tobe. Securedjby
FIRST MORTGAGE
r :
H.
• 'APPLYfTC.
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Grenndn, N iss'
PATENTS
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businosa conducted for Moderato Fee».
Our Office 1 » Opposite l 1 , 8. Patent Of
fice. We have no eab agencies, all bnalnee*
flirect, hence can transact patent business in leu
time and at lea» cost than those remote from
Washington.
Send model, drawing, or pheto., with descrip
tion. We advise if patentable or not, free of
Charge. Our fee not one till patent Is secured.
A book, " How to Obtain ratent»," with refer
actual clients In your State, county, or
ences
town, »ent. fre«. AddreHfl,
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Opposite Pateat Office» Waihloctoh, I>. 0 *
STHÄT F1HM
t
The Original Wins.
C. F. Simmons. St. I
is, Prop'
M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine,
1S40. in the V. S. Court
II. ZCilln, I'rop'r A, Q, Simm«,
er Hegulntor, Est'd by Keilin iSûi.
M. A. S. L. M. ha^ for 47 ve**ri
Clived InIUOFATIOV, IhLtOl jjNloS,
DvSPè!'SIA,SicK IIbadachi£,Lol'
k Appetite. Sour Stosaxcn, Et«,
A Kev. I II. lltnms, Pastor M. K
• A Church, Adams, Tcnn,, writes: "J
Jthink I should have been dead bu
• 1 for your Genuine' M, A. Sim
mons Liver Medicine. I have
fiometimei had to iubatitut.
j|| or »a,- I "Veilin'» stuff'for your Modi
\Jtü r ' nc > t ,u * h don't answer the
7*. m»o iMirpone."
k^fOPLtl Dr. J. R. Graves, Editor Th
«« Daptiil, Memphis,Tenn. savr;
I received u package cf your Livei
Flcdicine, and have used half of it
It works 1 1 he n chitrm. I Want n<
batter Liver IIcDitlutor and cer
tainly ho mote of Üfcûui'» mixture.
KATS J
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thon» without uamo ftthl pria* »tamm-it or
ho bottom, put him down A Croud,
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little cheaper
care of all kinds of stock a
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'ottoxx safely stored J , at X_toy
And will Sell, Swap or Buy
Etrsts, Mules or Cattle.
'give mp. a. trial.
J/R. MORGAN
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MEADERS& GARNER
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Are now in their' mammoth
l^sw^BrlcklBuilcling
on Ytiiiii Street,
With all >the -modern improvements an^
extensive stock ol
New Furniture !
Call and see tliëm r in the i F
new quarters.
if all kinds.
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Will Pay th « Highest Market Cash Price for
Sound Cotton Seed!
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