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tiRENADA Gazette.
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fHURHDAY, MARCH 7, 1H-V
mm
A Southern Pacific tralu rut
ped last week near Pixley. C'a! , ami
f,wo R aj 8 epger|j were Jtfljsd fij- the
^■ojiberg.
A member of the Kan .as Legisla
ture Ras introduced a Trill to le^-uK
|he lypohipg ttf horse thieves.
Judge Rogers holds a epeeisI term I
of court in Yallahusha county on tliel
5th. io try Harris for the uiurutr of
y.v
Janie« p. Blaine, Jr., b.iA. at la. t
j,;eu Tuuutl. He turned uj) Rt the
liigbt of the Ne^» York dot;
Snow. [i is ^aid that lie desires U
jAppnclflafion nitii his Viiv no ' v
JpaJ lie finds that she eau get along
jjfijte wpll without him.
At the late term of the Leflore Cir*
ggtt coi)rt, |out ol tile 13 murder cases
» of thé criminals weite negroes who
^ipt killed oilier pegrbes in dlftieul
vies growing , ut ;f urap shouting,
ppr the iuformyhm of the pnjnitl
Jted, it may be said that craps is a
-anie at dice which has a peculiar
fai'iuatiou for tile negroes t^ti-r for
[iiauy white persons also,— Kx,
t
It ia OQeofthe unwritten laws that
p.ery incoming President of the
(JuitedStates shall jj« sworp op a
jjt.vy Hible. Clerk MeKeuuey, of tlie
t; pi ted States Supreme Court sup
plies tlje Bible. After tlie inaugural
pereurony the
some one of the President's
•pile custom was set aside in tlie
pf Mr Cleveland, ivlio look tiie until
^ii a Bible once owned l,y i ti.- mother,
jj|t)j'ppgli Mr. iicKenney had p.ir
*4uuk for Hie occasion.
volume i* presented to
family.
POLITICAL POINTS.
it«*. Ffjxli igh Le«.
yiBWSÔKTHK VoKl VlKKN 1ÏÀÎ7 AJÎD THF
• - ..oHLtCM.
T!:e Tiins.-lJuirn'i-rut.
RiClj.'puud. y»., çcb. •S.- Lruv.
p'it^iiuglt Lee, whodelivereda speech
jiefore the Buuthern Society in New
York on tlie ikM inatatit, feturued
(lore (set niglit.
Hie »llusiong to tlie negro problnm
jii the south on Hie ocuasion aud his
Recent utterances on the same line
{iavç attracted widespread attention.
."Yes, sir j the more I see of flic i
Nofth, the more I am convinced that j
the Southern peonfo afe the bo*i 1
i'rieada the negroes have," said Gov- !
^rnur Lee. "I lieard and sawcnougl, !
fhentherday to convince anyone llial '
^beNortheru people care little for the |
»legri, race, idle yery peuple
are dispoKed to gruv. aen
:
who |
mentai i
About the blfvm, and who really
fanatical on the subject, have noth -1
)ng whatever to do w ith them now. |
•The papery rhut distort my utterances
t ?n the race question make it appear |
fhat I ain hostije to tha qegro race, .
^yherea.^ j am particular}' friudly, I
ué^rouîî thetnselve« admit
j
;
Mild
^hat I haw« duQe i^Qre L l then; iu my
^lficial capacity than any other Gov
/enjor uset did, but, for gome wise
I
purpose, God made the rnnes dis
tinct. The negro race is inferior to
the white race, and tlie races must
,»ver remain distinct. The white race
aught and will ever dominate."
"Do the Northern people regard
the race «pleation as a serious issue ?"
."Wcy, yes. Wliile in New York
Die other day X met promiueut Re -1
Iiubliuaug as well as Democrats,
'
, i i
1 heard a Republioau say that tI j
would never do to put tlie negroes in !
*(Bce. No matter how much I
may 1
differ with you in politics," he «aid ,'
/'we enn agree on tills point. Phis
. 0 , _ 1 «
jxiUBtalwaya bt.a whita nmti'a gov- '
•rnmeni." ;
"Did you It«.*r any |,Uu for tb» :
eolation uf tlie r.. e truuble .'G i
•anced ! 1 j
"Oh, yes. I ln-.ird a 1 1 • F» |»> I M * I* of
£'ongresa any l t»at bn w as in i
th«
1
go veri
/enough money f«i coloni^o
groe»
from the wiiit-*«.
i(»nc
appropriating ■
tiif* ne
« to keep thorn distinct
I heard many
•citernes suggbHted. One \trh to send
Dt««n back to Africa! another for th«
government to buy all tlie lands in
three or four Southern stetes and
golonixe the negro.« there.' another
was for the government to buy Luba
pud soud ail the negroes there, I tell
you th. Northern people are very
much distressed in tiiis matter and
dieuB. il cjuile boldly. I gave only
two or three minutes iu my speech to
tlie race topic, and what I said was
well received, although one or two
papers in particular distorted what I
»aid aud tried to make a great sell,
pation of my views."
Bd,N W "ï , «th A -""S»*w:?™;, of the
membersblp of the Farmers Alininrr, in our
•tat«oppose the proposed Ht ;*t«* Aiiinnwoi
otow
1st Wo regard fbe ids« »f ,,„o purniiss. «'"1
■Ale agency for the ontlro hr*). Ht»rhuo«l In thu
»ateof Mississippi wlmll.. im,.r,cu.-.,ni„.
8 nd Wercÿanl tho exchange aa nuwocniti*
tuted and loAutod a privitf* enterprlfie,
capable of r>cn«*fltt lng but f«*w lndl\'iditaU
•nd they confined chiefly to one locality of
narrow llrnltR Afcnrdin?* r-> U* charm -t* r
Is entirely independent of the alliance.
)>t It 1 « run under a]H anes uuapIceH and it»
officer* are trying lo have other alliance eu*
terprlMtao organiaod that they will form «
ba«i» of cr«< 1 lt for tho exchange. Thal 1 » iu
Dfua of a fallur« of tho «xohangn tho stock
of th« #thar enterprise» would be liable for
Jt-Hnnpp.id llnbiiiti«»».
To looatenuch an ln»tit iMon at tho littl»
♦own of Winona w» regard as'prtin* facln sv
Idence that It In not dcfUnod for tho wholo
•täte of MI«slHslppl. (A small town with
poor »hlpplug facilltlos and considerably ro*
moved from the Import «ni.) Therefore
•re very much opposed in making allianct
faotorlo« iubnorvlent to the exchange and
•Uo locating them, our bank Ac also, at WT*
norm.
Homo tlmo ago I wrote to the editor of the
Farmer ao.culled Hrato Alliance organ,
Alao located at Winona, asking him to open
his column! for a dleeasslou of the quest ion.
We thought that the oi gam, if we had ono,
wai thA propar medium I brought which
aiNGUSNftUic matter, Jlrothar Hurt's paper
»ist» AI 11 .W 0 ,»«
«a— MW ni J •
nuit» ntt-sa. Iim«««»MM«. |> ttu-ih»! „ml !
iarti>Rt,i^ 6 ut u. lu . u<x I
' an.wijui I-,i.. the nlliiMcf si i.li, xml J ' 1
lo '(ho «ulur; >■»»* j i
I i
J
,
• * c, ins eqlhu bn» aliu-vsU anotli.-r,
»rtirlef to iitie.'k me Imuii«.. U.
or my 1 IO.III,..) relative fo tbla matter U ml
rafuwt tooiioar m.f. rep,,- tbr..,,,,. h,< !
—* *•»•»•« t*i "•«*»** wi i no ('•iinw .i. -'iwiy i ,
I»,™., .jrtlu.-alllai.c. fear ,l.e aggLaa*a|}
- ■ k gr,.,it injury to the %il|iui«e? '
h ivo « rii{t t t to say «o. ami u» (he !
ii,t..r U »uppoaed to he * lie organ of
an«l
will %
till lia
I relt
u.t
gubiisbati. i
Vi
the »lh;
thougi
the
•rt.jiur ft ret tooffhr to »pnik through
xi'lmiUj«*.
II
Tr..
hrorhprIn \
ooliimim. i|c h»u ney^r rofuseti pubilo^ti
h> inv nrllt Ir« {>n any other Muhject, hfiira. I '
Ham boforo I wunt# the |
'
In'
th<- oxt'haqcr that It wonl«|
rt*<i«i»'ileU tho editor »h'mld ;
hu elect to purport mich 4 <)ot|rw 1*1 return my 1
iuitmiM'rlpt .1 whtuti ho kindly did) and to tu*y ,
.11 Ills columns »by ho *|ipijnwsed a us*s-j
•Ivciiiscus.bm nftbe exchange. The latter be
lo butin a private letter be ...lgne .1 <l
!■
M.i
hleh I suppose 't will
hut fntr for
t»i vrlve here.
II« says that, "ths nschungo i
politic oj tli** Allinuce Hüd hu cun
to grow
a lUtttled
got*d
of such u (jiÿCU^Um. Alsg that
tho proper time for tilscuwlujk auch a nieus
> Its adoption to the State AIM
ure I a Ims f
So
Just so. Hut I would A«k,
tho allhvnct*
hiHtltution oftho Modes and iVndanft that
Its law* nun policies can not ht* changed
I'o dlaieass thp evils'of past legislation aud
Mi*hat we «.
to bo wrong jn gove
if
He
al policies Is
•Suppose the alliance has
• I tlenled the huiulilsst citi
should
make a mistake. Surely this is within the
range of possIhUltieE. Shall
t -mpl to correct our errm,»? If we tlud a
NA'itch o^i'ii or that jve are abofi^ pj la* side
tnicked would It notbto well to slow up and
<et tiling' right,
pouiVtTêss tho officer« of tho
think it a g
i: a g »od [hlug;
did; and possibly for
• ol us diirer with tho
hreii. Arc we to bo tj
rty of spt*ech through the organ
do
i
ehanr»'
d thing. Brother Hurt think*
I perhaps It ^
n hit thing
every htxiy.
exchange
.!llu-l und üc
w
the
I led tlv :i
h, . 1 h-i, tin» stHfo nlllRncc adopt
•d tbo exchungo policy tho proposition was
iheurd of by u groat many meui
oniu who
nco until
lhit agu
(1 perhaps by
:.crs oftho order :i
fy r mLfis uf the state Al'
rbe theory
i h
all the profita of tint
■ stealings Ae." us mom ik, put It, Is a very
tiy one. So without thin* to consider th -
s and the I'euHiUill*
n t—
y
i n
j
1
!
!
' ll,tnl1
| *
inilf*«! plans for «poruth
Uiu thing a
iu
id
tjEotpa-ntly It
til*
Liut-nd the
•hurtt r, und
is nioru ubjwcli'
uihl'o than over
: iirttllutiu
a,« gr.-u
id porofful offbrt« to
Aftei
hUg by tin* office
to do hu. Tim < Xi'liuugi
into iiptiruth
then' was a prtioti
4
j
■i.t aiuhit) in Hi.. I ,n
lyitlheS
ul
pi
lliuiu'i* of Mistisisippl,
;i.ng will' :i capltul of I hi,MM. An
»,vntiy iho tinunclHi
M*v>- Fariner that hu hint issurti
'stock when
hu
•*: t liait
.:Q6 -ub Hili:i
f the eertlilent« -<
suine to county
mud to individuals.
In
to
H Ac. I pr»*M
least ol tho sub alliantes that
o there
' • : I hUbserit
to th»> txc lmuKU Htock
| i
i
tl;e "acttlud policy" thei
eiulKtrauf the allianco, Sullied poll
•f ik grout
c'.y
|
|
.
I
«Tex. i-*
ah i tu i*>" - I
I
tin
With all thv
jffifur« of Ihuexclmngt- j*re »till
erful appeals aud urging tin
Hiring onutrM'iatMt bv making tho
nt t« building up tii
cold
'«! -uboi l|
suhsu
j Hhiiuge. They huvuthu »uppnrt «■: ih»» stat«
* of It« col uni n * 1
i
oreun,the
ha
il most every issu*«. Tln»y
; «ptie
I It islif'tlruHble that In nit '
all or
gn nih
il» thw allium'-* <-xi
»inti to say )• tho I.: n: hnrhood
commun lniti«
»ubscril'O for
•mi can't kvup posted.
Thi*
flnds plaça In the prie« list piibllsjiutl
r. The Farmer then bl
the qx
a hearing to tints« win
Fa
oppose It.
I do not jmpugn tb«
u»« uf thef
li
it
brethren. They think purhup* tnc.r arupnr
oflticl tliu
«ulng the course host oi»!ruhutcd
purposes of the alllu
». Hut 1 do say that
:it\ Whether t liera Is
und
Is tuiypl
tlrkla
m b*rsliindltii{.
'
i i'll tick'.«* y
ot sugifetft
j A,„l i predict ihui irtlie ofli
! ,
huvD tl^iurminyd t»>rul<
ruin tin* allinnco throu^H tlndr Winona
1 ;u»titmh>u, and t
1 '" 1
' . , ,
« -huiiÿi* must sp«M*dlly aollapMO,
' A wii: «uh«r
; ^rntu; bo»»imi In Ibis Ihlni* will n«t work.«
: h^«uhi.>u* that it the ohjoctiom -
i .drV^..
j 4ml j,- tlltl bn-thn-n
• t, : ! iM»«*;i:i»flctl (hen
f the uxrtim
isc* to allow momhurti
d n
oppose tht*m, thon tho ex
tho alii
oUitiunl/e of dialnt«*r
L'ir orK«n a
f tho )
«i
e
t
in-jiut.
V h.
rulso
ft'l' Would IlHV
tin
coord) n^ to
i? 11 » 1 » not
lily. 1 nielli
1 ill tpirii «»f our order
1 ! hu* been »URip-sted
ii.it a* tho State organ, »0 pulled, cut«
1 a» many a» posHlhlo through c«ttn*
«, 1 therefore offer you till* cmniiiu
<1 will ii'it,w<n
by soino brethren

,„n
pnrrnlHHion will di»*
th« exchangn Jn 11 fpvv articles throujth
t'ulumns.
d with
n lea tlon
y Kospeotfully,
J. 11. HiMl'Mo*.
1
V.
»V ASH IXGTON I.BTTKlt.
The President lias issued a procla
mation calling an extra session of the
Henat. to meet March
for tho pu rpose of consideration exe
cutive communications. Tin's is ac
cording tlie tlie usual program; tlie
outgoing President calls tlie Senate
together tb confirm tlie nomination
made by his successor.
al l*do'clock,
Representative Springer (loos hot
«hink it possible to have too much of
* goo.1 thing, therefore lis lutroduc
ed a bill thtotharday, providing Tor j
tlie adniiaaion of tho Territories of
vrigona, Idaho and Wyoming »»
r m . 1
U provides that these f«*
. ritorcs my become Htat®a Hi prov id
ed in the Omnibus, bill I'ttlatiug to |
,
of
r
«
iu
for
ro*
and
WT*
the
open
ion.
ono,
tu
,»«
'
.
North and Houth Dakota, Montano |
sud Washington, aud that th* pro-I
Tisions of that act shall lie ext.ndeil to
these Territories, tlie some as il they
had been included iu the act
gate Josephs, of New Mexico has also j
intreduoed a similar measure Iu be- .
iuijf of that territory.
\ conourreat reiolatlon of the
H/uisas legislature asking forl|egisla
tiou tha* will opan the Indian terri
tory to settlement, lia. been pfes.ut
»I to tlie House.
Filibustering h.s been tho rule In
both Houses, .0 far this w»ok, when
ever an attempt was made to take up
anything besides tlie appropriation
bills. The result is that Saturday
night will probably find all tho ap
propriation bills, with the exception
of River and Harbor, which 1ms boon
abandoned, In the hands oftho Pre.t
deu t, a thing which a week ago seem
• 'V WP— t ru _
! «I ImpoMlble- *" t * I J U *, hoo# 0 f
I puiJi.ian* h$\e given "R": "
1 »(iimtiùg Hnàr'* S^uthera election
j i llvu .,| u -"tlOli 1 resolutiufl, ,Ue f»"'
I i hevingheeu m»<to pàm [ojhemthü
J .hTu.m.ii.rul. would uut *U»W lt
Id Ib s Houe», .oufusion, I*
Rand»!! i» bulngïug lu »»*=» '"H
, reserve knowledge of gyliauteutary
tactics ,u order to get a .vote ou 1
U. 0W | M (,i;i repealing tile tag oil to
white Mr. Mills, supported by
! demoo,.tlo mem
rorking ju»t *e hard >'* P r< "
ltatl
the
i ,
uve ®P*r'" 1, i
' ~
! the (j«mooratl
king:
und«*
' hem, I»
| ven j it. Kpeaker C'arliaie U**
' immense pressure brought l<, bear
•cognize Mr. itaudail,but h*
uuleEH a umj'»riiy o
;
1 liilit t'* f*
, r«fute> to <lo •
th# democrats members sign are
,, sp, far. it is said
<l u »* t t0 tliat ' 1
that more tban 4>*$»v«-e signed. 1
»ftiujgJl cap ggttKe bill up, R wl
piss.bgttbeimprejuion ipo?f 8 «»'*!'V
!■ that Mr. Mills will, if necessary t"
defeat this ineasore, spuud the rentaln
niibusteriiif
S
del-of tlie aessiou in
is expected oi
although the Igsttbrc,
So other legislation
It
this Congress,
days are likely to be.made interest
in«.
f I lie* bloody alun
TU» iateiji JVkver
if hopreaenUtive Kennedy, of Ohio.
He made a most villainous and un
called for personal attack on kei
i Representative Crisp, nt
Georgia, chairmau of the HouaeCom
prijilegcj, and elcplions, in
For
i 'arlisls a
uiittee on
connection with eon tests made for
their seats early in tlie session, Ken
nedy is a " ice sort of a feljow to ■
tleiae the political honesty of other
UeilttMiHiit
orit
When be V VUr i
people.
governor if Ohio, and President of
the 01 )io tiepate, lie ijecldod that P
.Senators out ofa membership of 3"
n pofl unsuatiiur G»u r
could adopt ü !
democrat a and mating' f'ur republi
Verily be would never
be SC
•ans.
leotod aa a model for political bou
»■sty
• said rccentl.'
Representative Oates
iliatthe republican party bad
principles pU'pr than Dfesepr
uediency, llial truth of wliicli lias
been fully .shown by the action ol
two caucuses of tlie Senate repilbli
Virsl tliey dcoided that Hoar's
resolntio;
U«'
ex -
election
inveHtiiçaîing
4 hou I d be preyed to a vote. Y\v}
j tried for several daya (tj press it, bn
I ,n the demoBi'ttts resorting to li
juBtering, they held an other cauen
to prt|»f it fu.lhm
die-re is a lessefl'in tins a, tion, how
eak-Uneed it may appear, Ilia;
.B dfciiltfil t»<'t
time
*ver
,niglit profit the 4 «mqcr»ts )e»dcrs.
In plain langugc, there is any g ""' 1
to be accomplished by butliiig youi
iieHil Hjraiust a brink
be«ti
Hud in
•all.
allempted
mpo-silitic*
I /.,,uld have in.'tM«;arate<l a good dent*
I .it*rat M*
: H » ri i
lay in fie au
• m.
ry body in
ev*
Kvery t'oiji* year*
\VWellington be comes llimiguratloi.
ami
f Hurrb
i mid. Tip, »ti rival
pieoipilat* d
Morton this werk
tlie c* ici» of the
now in il *
luu
diseatt, J'-ud it I
Ft virulent
ali
u until niter Moutlay .
will cm
•ire liabl * to d<
very
-oine
wlicit ttire.-lci by tb..
stance a Senatar with
piecr tilings
Fori
lev Ilian he knows wlnyt- b
liseuse.
mure mot
p, will, lute just paid ti« f„ r a room
-indows ovcrlooUiiig thf
I many Iihvc paid
liard wood boards to sec
Others will |iay as imn-l, for
gle lligb',
with tlire
Une »f parade, an,
li for seats
it pass,
sleeping on a cold cot a si
,■ \ ,, I riialr I'clend«.
A newspaper, il it i' as a^y
conscience and muscle back of il
lu» ! wire!«
brains,
oontinually dfc<dd«
must
«i ling its duty and injuring its pock
et. In 11 y position but that
1 m,
e lit'ir, the public is able to separate
individual homo from the cm
But if Hiu
it is liis
l'lius it is llni.
u who their friends arc
d
t
lilor
•l-et
liitiavii.
le'tiv,
do *«t not ph u**" th
tliey :»im at.
pape i x lea 1
Th**man w
admiros it till the yoar
reads a newspaper aud
arnmid, yet
gives his business support to
oilier concern, whose principles lie
detests, is not a friend of the former
Admiration alone will not
Homier or Inter
some
paper.
run a newspaper,
such admirers will find that the ob
ject of their affections lias become
,bled to other ways that tliey do
,rds, a ue'
we
not admire—in other
paper I» compelled, In order lo live,
to seek the friendship of those who
are not so platonic iu their love, but
unite that practical esteem with ssn
linient that binds mutual admiration
There are too
who expect an editor to
in other profenwion«.
many men
slave la tlie defense of their pet
notions aud hobbies, advocate their
vkiWS th e strongest eppss,
t|on and coo|ly withhold the bum
j negg support by which alone a small
newspaper e»u liv®. Talk about a
L. ner living » public duty to per
1 P"P ei v* J
,n rtll , ami an editor having to labor
|
'
his principles is cii»:tp when mh |
.... stand back ami wliile extending 1
| ,| llkHWar , ll „»utrnltty with one hand
nd fll|lo([ the(r p , lCk ,. t 3 with tt e ;
to |, #l ,d „a » result of the editor's
labnr|| w hlch they admire-, but do I
I, t .-Cllnto» Kuterprise.
j _
. —. -
for
yOTlCIt FOR PUBI.UiATION.
In
up
ap
LA.HpOvfit a, Jaokäon, Mha. March" l*^)
Xnttca I» horrhy given that, the following
tiler hu* fib d notice of hl» Inten
named
Mon of making Anal proof In support of hl»
rlalro, and that «aid proof will ho made be
fore tho Judge or In hi* absence the Chance
ry Clark at Grenada, Ml**..
\m. v\7.\ Joseph Bn
R N E \i HeC. 27,T 22 N. U. h K,
fie name* the following wltn«»»»»?* to prove
hi* continuous reside. n u upon and cultiva
April 18th,
. Hi'» for the
. Hd
tlon of nula land, vlr : *
Richard F r-l, Grenada, Ml»«.
Flrthor Holme*, "
John Wood, " "
Oao, W. Beard, " "
Ja», b. Wr.wAnT,
Hi-slirtvr,
■ei'. T.
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S3 SHOE
FOB
LADIES.
Itest Sfat.rUl. Itc.ï Stele, liest Fitting.
It iwt .ultl by rmir dealer, wrlls_
Vf. L. UOlOLt.s. BKUCKTON. M ibb.
• >niee
GKO. lake:,
Grenada, MIsb.
For Sab* by,
THAT FISH *

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Th? Original Wins.
C. 1 T . Simmons, St. Louis, Prop'
3U. A. Simmons Liver Medicine, L .t'.'
iKjo, in the U. S Court dbj eats J.
<• H, 2cilin, Prtip'r A. Q. Simmons Liv
|J er Heguhitor, list'd by Zeilin iSû 8 .
Zy M. A. S. L. M. has for 47 year?
R Ci.Ttd INDIOVSTION, UlLmi'XNEäS,
fJyL pYarkcsiA.SiCK IIbapachb.Lost
a\rPETITB,'SOL*H ST0ÜAC1I, ETC
* A Kov. T ti. Kearns, Pastor M. K.
• J Church, Adam«, Tcnn., writes: "I
k J^thuik 1 should have been dead hu*
E for your Gonuino M. A. Siin
IT-— L mon# Livor Medicine. I have
somalimes had to substitute
J err«/) ''Ztiilln's stuff ' 1 far your Mcdi -
ICûUiirt! cine, but it don't answer the
Lftao i purpose."
^CPLtl Ur- J. K. Graves. Editor The
■ , \Tj£j si, Memphis,Tenn. says:
I f I received a package ot yöur Liver
A vA Medicine, and have used half of it.
A Jl It worksite a charm. I
il, 1 6 ctivr Liver Regulator and ccr
I« \ tainljr no more of Zwiljn'# mixture.
For
■ 'Ts,
* 5 m.
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busineeB conducted foe Moderate Fee«,
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fliwôt hence can transact patent buBlnew In leaf
time and at lea* coat than those remote fron
"bend model, drawing, or photo*» with desorip
tentable or not, free «
patent is secured.
Patenta," with refers
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Charge. Our fee not
A Dook, " How to Obtain
cnees to actual client« in
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Fhysician & Surgeon^
Grenada, Mir...
Offers hi. professional service, to the
puoplu of Grenada aud vicinity.
Otto* oyer A. W. Whitaker A Co'*
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Physician & Surgeon |
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Watchmaker]Jewelef
WaW/llliw^M
iOUTH SI11E PUBLIC SQUAWL
Crennda, Miss.
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who
but
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•ral hiiursiur Atfept*
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.JOHN J. HACK, M. P ,;
(j)CKNAIlA, Misa.
Will ationd ail fallu pr.nnntly at nn> houi
IV or night, either in Ihp city or uotintry.
cim«o
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r (ÛH». Lake's.
J. . 1 . SLACK,
.Attorney-at-Law,
I.HKNADA. MISS.
• >niee u)-stairs over McCoril A Oh's, «tore.
a in the ('nunties
o-wll: Calhoun
ice in Civil C
■ inprising the •piHlrid,
lonada, T*illttliiilchie, l'aimhi, Tate, iVSoti
njul Tunjen. SI7SM
\ ill pnu ti
I HÜBT. PURDV,
Barber ;& Hairdresser,
Giikkapa, Miss.
For I lie Sjvmothest shave with tin Hhurpet
■ 'Ts, nlwslyH rail on the old rellnnfi*
KO HT. Pi HIM
i)(*t»v>t street.
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Rurserii
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Oxford, Miss.]
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Of Every Varlpt^
l.ntl.anlced to be as '.represented
First-Claes in every p»rtic«lar.
T. C. Deloach, Agent.
Glib
ADA, MISS.
: Ypur ordeiy resprintfully solicited:
Loans il^ee'otiatcd
o Socurod by
' . To
FIRST MORTGAGE
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jdis*uhkclj'»,>Mrv.»us »'rosirai!
i»o of alcohol or Wlmc.K», Wi.kcl'ulno»». Mfii
jU l>uun*«,»on, Hofloulng of tu« Kram rusuli
,iw in, lniwHiiy and liMuilnjj to ml»of>*, d*.ra.>
xi id death. Prom at uro Olj A so, Karren now.
eluhctr sox. Ii»voIuntar>
r»ut*eU by over
over-ln
month'i
< 6.00
ta
LI v NterUi.Ui.
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Low* of poHmr I
Loinfi ami «perraatorrh
rtertton of the bruin, self*uh usa
lulxunee. Each box o>i„t*liis •■
treutmeilt. ID» « box, or .lx io\e.■ .
■uit by e-XIl prepaid on receipt ofpilto.
WE OU.UIANTKE .IX HOXK 8
ro cure any «•«. With «.'«b
by uh rur.lt boxe«, lawioM-.i.nsl W»I> »•»
K» Will suml the purclunwr our ynllen guar;
«nt«: torufund lue money If ttietrcnti5.se
Joes not uiTeui a euro. Guarani,«» issued nil -
by it run uni .* Goodwin, Dru*i|lsl«. Hoi,
Lgent., Grenada, Mis«. if***'
the
U .. i. ■ -"U T
$300 REWARD I
; l'llta.jvhen tb«dlreotl„n«are sulci ly couipll
;«1 wftn. -rixfcy are purely veaoluble, aud
never Hill to give sansfactlon, Large boxei
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nr? ?<\pvlaraxdprefer.
RSDROUTE.
«t^s« ia Urne and dl mllo. short««
than any other Through-Car
line between
Memphis, To. ad Bsw Orleans, La*.
!
Splendid Equipment! MagnWnenl
Coscbe.l Pullman Buffet HJecpncsl
Trains Alway. on Tiuael

tlie Illinois Contrai Railroad insnr». the
+1.« oroniDt. handling of freiglit bustn. »«
tllO f nvor u, e Mis is-ipiand
poiuieesee Railroad,sW|liut»it# reach
and lint destination following «Lij oiiie
livery at Momplii* depot,
. Unsigned to the care ofilu
Mississippi & Tenivcswo Hailroud a
Meiupliis, meets witli Ucpai'-li vit
this route.
Ws solicit your business, and ri-qnc.
nailing upon nf;ents for in
/owtiatloii.eJn.
A. J. KNARR,
General Freight and Ticket Agent
Memphis, Tenu.
vour
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on Main 'Street,
With all -Hie modern
extensive stock oi
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and
improvcmGiits
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them in tliciy
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" JOHN POWfeLL
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prfuscl' DIW ruled by' tiu- I»-» "m- e: Tilt« and cnricnlurlsta A
ni matter of orlglftaf hdtnfrr, H U m-kn'.w lengctl to »U w) at
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