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jrt acknowledged to he -ho leading local pa-, • published in the county. The Grenada Gazette. 1 H K ( jrA 2 ETT 1 -: Is the people's paper, mid the best ad vert i> " hi- medium in ( i ren ada uouiitv. fioi GRENADA, MISS., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 188(5. iVoi. i. .\ < *. 2 8. -THK Grenada Gazette Job Office js the best equipped office in North Missis sippi for the execution of all kinds of Plain and Fancy Job Work! And our prices will compete with any. P~ JIT HT RECEIVED A CAR LOAD OF THE CELEBRATED , AMBROSIA AND OTHER POPULAR BRANDS OF ALSO A COMPLETE STOCK OF STAPLE and FANCY Groceries all of which will be sold at hock bottom prices. CALI, A NI> SEE US BEFORE BUYING. Thomas Bros. B -OF-— R. P. LAKE 5 - R EPRESENT I NO phénix of Brooklyn, Phoenix of Hartford, Queen of England, New York Underwri ters Agney, Georgia Home, Western of Toronto, Crescent of New' Orleans, Mississippi Home, all First Class Fire Cmpanies. -SPECIAL AGENT FOR THE Equitable Life Assurance Society of N. Y.. The most Popular and Strongest Life Company in the World. Insure now! Delays are dangerous! Callon or write to him for rates, ete ERB & CO WHOLESALE PRODUCE —-AGENTS FOR MEMPHIS FOR Oliver Bro's. New' York Sand Refined GtTAKAl-TTEED AJBSCttiUTB 3 - -5 ' ■F'XJEIE. Soiptr. b ICI UPPIiS, HBHBHai M BIMS! 326 A 328 FRONT SREET, MEMPHIS. I. T. GARDNER'S S21LOOIT Billiard and Pool Rooms a-XaBBXT STEEET, 3-2^3EITS4.I3-ii., MICS. Wines, Liquors, Beer, Cigars A Tobacco 1 have a fine Billiard and Pool Table for tlie amusement of the public. Tin liest of Whiskies ami everything in my line will always lie kept on hand. Call and give me a trial. Mr. Geo. Gardner will lie found behind my counter ready to serve the public. J. B. SNIDER, AGENT fire m life mmn Gullett's Gin, Triumph and Reynold Cotton Press, and Steam Engines for sale. Dr.SALMON'S laigrn •j », m Mj Sf'i (fîvf'ÿ p iTtnrtiiB Vi .'i', iA [?3u [^1 s fa la • V 4 '.-ÎVtrA.Î . 14 xt ÏÎÏÏwîÏÏa crncSSr PRICES. AMD Crenadn, Misa. HUCHES A NANCE, Far Sale by I I Birmingham, Ala., is soon to have : a new lino of street railway. Three cutting serapes occurred iu I Memphis last Saturday night. Euchre parties are the chief amuse-1 ments among tlie young and old of Jackson, Miss. Hankey vety strongly. A Frgjjehman by the name of Mar tin committed suicide at Van Buren ir, the (state of Maine, last Saturday. A negro man named Hart and his wife, living in Vicksburg, were pois oned by drinking eolfee, last Friday evening. Greenville i* in a more critical con dition than any town or city on tlie Mississippi Hiver, uh it is liable to be swept away at any time, so reports say. Albert Herbert, convicted of the murder of Henry Everetts, both col ored, was sentenced at Nashville last week to be hanged on the second ol April next. Biloxi, in the Southern part of this State, is receiving a great number ol Northern visitors, who are settling there and where they expect to invest their capital. Policeman Bates, of Chattanooga, Tenu., was arrested Saturday for beating his wife, lined twenty dollars and discharged from the police force. Served him right. Tile sixth annual commencement of the Memphis Hospital Medical College was held at the Central Bap tist Church of that city on Friday evening, the 2(!tli instant, Joe Burns was imaged at Martins burg, \V. Va., last week for a name less assault upon the person of a young lady while going from one neighbor's house to another, in the suburbs of tlie city. Joli 11 Doyle, a Hollander, was found lying in the gutters of ((rand Haven, last Friday night, and was carried to comfortable quarters and his wants administered to, but it is thought im possible for him to recover. Seventy-live Mormon converts, from various Stales, left Chattanoo ga, Tenu., last Friday night for Utah. More Mormon converts leave Chatta nooga than any other city in tlie Un ion, if all tlie reports published are true. The eminent evangelist, Dr. II. H. Wells, began a series of meetings in Springfield, Mo., last Sunday, and is attracting immense crowds daily to hear him. The people of Springfield are manifesting a great deal of inter est Tn the meeting, and it is expected that tlie Rpv. Dr., will do much good in that city, At Chattanooga last Saturday tin cooperage works of Win. Rose wen destroyed by tire. Thu fiâmes origi nated imthe engine room, and rapid ly spread over tlie entire buildings. Thirty-live hands were thrown out ol employment. The factory, it is thought, will he rebuilt at once. Tin amount of loss sustained was about nine thousand dollars, with only two thousand dollars insurance. Ed. Cooney and John Keown. became involved in a shooting affray at Hainsville, Ky., last Fri day. in which both were seriously wounded, Cooney had been flirting with Keown's sister, and failed to marry her as lie had promised, « hieb accounts foe the little disturbance. The poor gir| hail better congratulait herself upon having «Heaped tin "clutches" of her false lover. Great and alarming sickness pre vails among numerous families of Reading, Pa., residing along what i* known ns Bernhardt's Creek, which runs along the western outskirts ol the city, consisting of a gradual was ting away of the system. After thorough investigation tlie physic ians have declared that this Is caused from the people using water out of the creek, which runs just past a dyn amite factory. The case of the State versus Law son Lott, before tlie Circuit Court of Montgomery county at Winona, Inst Friday, charged with the wrecking of a train on the Illinois Central Rail-1 road and the murder of H. C. White, the engineer, about two years age, terminated in a verdict of not guilty. Upon the announcement of the vt diet the applause of approval of the great that the shcrili • - masses was * was called upon to restore order and quiet. court of Mississippi recently rendered a decision which may serve as a suggestion in the way of collecting privilege taxes. The judgment of the court I* to (he effect that ti contract made hy a merchant who has to pay a privilege tax, and in reference to a business for the The fiilpre j transaction of which a privilege tax enforced ! has to lie paid, cannot ! i unless the privilege tax has been ! paid. A Mississippi merchant who carries Insurance hereafter will take ! care that his privilege tax is paid, I and that It is large enough to cover his insurance. Klse he will not be j able to collect Ids insurance money. The Time* Homoeiat say» that two I I important slips in connection with I post notes issued by the Hank of Ten nessec in I8fil are attracting muclt attention throughout the State. The hank issued notes aggregating nearly j half a million flollar* for the aceom modation of business men who wish •d to list* them in N« w York. The notes were recognized as currency l»y the State, and when a receiver of the bank was appointed holders brought suit to compel ttye State to pay them, The Supreme Court held that the post notes were in legal effect the same as new issues notes, and the iast Legislature authorized the re demption of those under the deiiomi naHon of one dollar by the issuance of certificates payable one-tifth each year for a period of five years, amt receivable for taxes and other dues to the State. The last - lause of law pro vides tiiat the certificates shall not be receivable lor count* or municipal taxes. Many of Diese notes have ! been funded. A suit ha« been iiisti tuted to compel tilt* issuance titicates to a number of holders whose notes are duplicates, the owners* claiming that tin State in liable I'm the mistake of the bank. Anothei suit ha* been li <*4 in the Uni ten Slates Circuit Uojrt by the American National Bank. The hank tendered ÿ3UUU in note* for county taxe*, aim the trustee refused to receive them, .Judge Key ha* granted an inj urn-lion restraining the trustee from issuing a distress warrant against the bank, l he restraining order i**ucd bv Judge Key will a ring tlie question oi the validity of these notes to a direct issue in the United States Court. The result of that ad iop may he an ticipated by reference to the recent Supreme Court occision in the ginia coupon case.**, in which it held, when a tax-payer tendered cou pon* of the Stain in payment of taxe ihe collector w;-> hound i Yir Wa> receivi them, and in case of his attempt to distrain or tuent iit other funds would he at bi peril, refusal an pai The Counties That Pay the Liquoi License Tax. Adams . Attala . Benton Bolivar. Carroll .., Chioasnw Choctaw Claiborne Clay Coahoma DeSoto Franklin s 10,100 O' 1,4( » I l ie non ne 4,gnn (h 4< Ml (II 1 (N IT 1,*iHi III 5,00t» Of SOI) IK 400 o< Grenada H,f)i 1,0U0 (K 5,050 (K (5,1 «Il I Oi 5,200 Ot 4,400 01 Hancock Harrison Hinds Holmes Issaquena Jackson <M Jcflcrsou in 400 (M Kemper 400 La fa cite 5,400 Ol 2,4o<) Of Lauderdale Let 4,01111 in l.efinre 1,ion in 1,100 ni .4,111(1 III I ,iu coin Madison ",I (Il I («1 2,1100 Hi M.'no Ncsllnbu 4110 Noxubei Panola 1,21 I'iki « 21 Kl Bontoto« (juitimin Ivankin Sharkey 400 III' SI Mi l.soo son er 1 ,|M M I IM Tnllnhatidiie 'rishomingo 1,(51 K) » H a m.m m Warren Washington Wilkinson (I,KOI) I» 2,1400 III. Winston 1.400 ■S.IIIIO Yalobusha. . Yazoo . H2o,oai Total for I**' "A determined elfort is making In the dairy interest* of the country t. gel Congress to interfere with (lie bo 'oncurrent reso various State Legisla gus butter trade. lution* fn tun»* h: •e been presented asking foi siiili legislation. Mr. Iowa, lias presented a bill providing for a revenue tax on all humufaet Frederick, oi "i prehenshe " ....... ||\ Mr. Parker, of New \ ork. 1» •* tired substitutes for butter and cheese. Similar liill- liave been introduced l,v other members, but the most com I i*ure is tlie one oflerei 1 a.- mi'et all tic me'I is of defrauding con a heavy penalty düng a* genuine butter any imi tation articles, and lev ic' a special internal revenue tax upon dealers in such articles." vanou* *unier8. D pi "''id "ll i* deiI. 1 1 dial there is n j oret, but forumlahle, lobby at Wash ingion, su.-taiiied by syndicat» 1 *, hills intend« 1 1 to restrict the occupa tion or holding »»f public land* h\ There has been over since him; foreign ho are opposing all laud 1 aliens. 1870 a stead.* Lumpen. i tl'ort 011 the part <d capitalists to gel control of laud in this country of large areas Anson 1*. Burlingame and the Ja,\ t-ooko firm were once negotiating for j bodies the Immigrai Ion of largo Chinese, and it was atllrmed that the Rothschilds were In the scheme to control the huge land grant." The Wiem,,ho» i For I8*»6. The Acckai. enters upon its forty sixtli year ripe in the ex perlene.« of the pant, and full of hope for a future for the'whoie country, hut e:-p<'«-i,i!ly for this and the neighboring State that shall surpass the dreams of the most sanguine of the early settlers j Ail the questions growing out of slu | very, and which left the North and the South divided for nearly three generations, have been settled, and j the States have adjusted themselves 1 to the new conditions in a spirit of j unity, peace and concord. 'Miere are i therefore, no issues before the coun . try that are not common t*> ail the j people, and that are not of a econom ical and national character, Tii-.iT are no questions before the National Legislature that tl the interests of all of the Stales ami that cannot lie di.-ou.-.-ud from a bu.-i.-> of personal w elfare by the citizens ol all of them. Tor the future, then lore, legislation, both National ami State, is to i>»-<»f a cuDm - • chario-it-c. not equally alte, -I for that lean citizen, an abiding impre.-m ! nation will have recim-in <1 - Yi n l j political oppoimut.- to a continua n i of Democratic a j gre.».- ot the conn | able land* closer to the iltiliv ihu; l'ersuiml pulith-s is itll Ihr releguted to the p vs. to lie to to tlie eouiiti'y ho industry in publi.- pho-t -, iitical outlook ir nil Unit r< M-sly. i-iii' i. i try, and at tiic close ot * admini: try. uutliiug to hinder ir retard the pro f Ute \\ r-t take) South must for main tin up. year* eiiterpri.Miig sec-tin iin ! migrants, ami it.- «•< -;il invite capitalists- from tin* mineral lands <•! tin West. A rapid and great i exliau-tc'i ; till neers-i railroads and a nt r I Tel file A iota I., nalistie field i in sympathy 1 found during t h villi tie full of enterpn.'t as in l animated by only the dc-iiv t" the lead and prompt it.- 1» the iuenasing advxintaji - -c 11 • i'- n and climat« am -itua tion. To ticc«»nip!i-h tIi • *-xp di-t \\ c -hail «-«ni i t«-le graph and thus keep forme«! of the adv am-»* *»f tin mr r« a« ' day by day a- last a 11» nt <»f human in any department arc made publie, to keep the Arei At. mj iiigh stamlar«! a- a m. W e -Ii t<> its leader of public opine tillin' In tie: confidence of a CHll-titimneY «»Ut'i<le strongest Mi*si>sippi. Arkan-. TERMS OF slT.M'iH i'TInN. .Y ( Inc year Six mont h I'hrre month* One month ine vear Six lUulltllS • lie Ve Six month* CAM.AW A4 X K I. ,M. c. 4. M. Keating. 5aHaw ay. Tenu items of Nev from i*nt Icman Atlanta. .k I y traviling mi -jail I'rami-«« t'rnii I am-e la arriva ; at Victoria « alle« al a ii-*>r«ler«<l he -«»metliimj I'm' a purch.-i h<»ine, ii stoiuaeh, felt liim-eli at *aid, vllt'll lie S. on the counter im I liai The proprietors Told -tore. Swift's Specific 1' 1 Ue article-* in hi* tnnlc. und«'!' "1 lilt ••I have found tin* nineteenth century, man from Ohio a lew of our druggists, "and il is a proprit rema rlo ■lays ago to r lie to!,I tor of a patent medicine that bis remedy was not suitable t not t my case, ami I called at the laboratory , Specific consulted their physicia above result. I was convinced thoroughly that their Specific good medicine that I have hong lake it. Swift I lie impany. and illl tile , , ,. would cure scrofula, and I lielicv. case and sent it to n I has the scrofula. Tlmy to be trie i»f the I«!«! Til 11-i Imp urii D' on It i> the fiorcs of the .-kin. in «Ii \ lorn I, ami m • • • })!•< p: Price 50 ecu I* i home. We .. down with mercury and P"b'-I: mini- to u*c the dry form. Treatise on Blood and -Ki.; Dien- 1 Co.. Drawer Tu K *4' .'4, Atlanta, (in. X. Y., 1Ô4 W. 2.al ni'T Sim: The Vicksburg Sun has suspended | having made arrangcmeiii ildij Post of that city to fuilill it* ^j 0 ns to il* suhseribers. of The youngest performer in the Lon- j g* Sr^ ^«K. 'É I è - i L PT« ^.TS! WLXS* A M< A ITU. I.IN K i T E= Cah 5 ïrs-: Si H &t * Viä * D a§ * A **' m v '-<s $ B i-a 7IPfi1 FR SMfJFS t— « k !*æ. -jssk t.va 1 'a n j, \sjr a gel • I g I > |>Ul*u (Ml! L1' cK('\vl!"l'U.* Our C jv N I i ? f I k S5ÎIM 5r ; 1ft 8 » a ; J liâ fej nra. H i ; i S} A in to 'A ! 1. ID A ^ m vmzæ* : f- > r y , paints. < >ik brushes. Stalioncn — 1 if-' 1 1 1 ! I « Br;7inlio*. Wine-. Alcohol mul Toilet Dood'. 1 ■ 0 , rrri.F.nv ./ spfci.iltv. rr.vF I'Oi-kft tl 1 g SR f ■ '* U (si siHjW'iS * j n 1-1 fXi ' A ri «* -S, a & j.v> : 5 S g 1 £ -HU \ - C3k Vs»*-? »»'^xr ^ . ' -V : I r'T* m**. T. FANCY CANDIES, (JgiiiT'lk's. Etc..Lie. 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