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ifiT Legal advertisements 1 , cents a ! Wurii tor Hie lust, aiul : 4 oi a cent tor ! oat li HUb»t* 4 Uciit insertion. special ami biihi ik*hw l.ooam lUc. a lino lor the prices. .$1 50 . p.NK Year, in advance, St.v Mon tits, " wEdtrertJ ii.xa.g- Kates. 1HO« j 0 j 1 1UO. ; is j I \ ear I 1 Inch I $ 2 Oü I * 5 2 " 4 ltd 3 " I 0 Uo 4 " I S 00 5 " I 1(1 00 id oo $ s oo j ïld bo id oo lo oo 8 (ki 10 0U id oo do 00 ! ÖU 00 ' 14 55 00 : :4 mi to 00 tl .1 ooiiuariv lion. charged ui local rates. Deam notices tree. ■xcceuing idi lilies I Marriage and j So wood cuts, or ! eieciros. ilit wood base, will be ad- I mitted into our eoiuuiim. We reserve ; Hie right to present lull alter the Urn . insertion oi any advertisement. Fhis Paper is entered atthe r *U Grenada, Miss., as Jd class matter. stomce ! AlücK f M. WHlT^lfeLL), Attomey-at-Law, Grenada, Miss. )nice Houthwest corner Square., ; W. C. MCLEAN, Attumey-at-Law, Crenada, Miss. ((^"Office ovet Branum A Goodw in's drug store. 0 C. ADAM a, JR„ Attoriiey-at-Law, GRENADA, MISS. Glüce up-stairs in the Milder building on Main Street. W. H. FITZ-CEHAuD, Utomev-at-Law. GRENADA. MISS. '»tliee over ! .. ■ • • ■ k w Garner's Furni ture Store. If. HUt-rfON, Utomey-ut-Law, DA. MISS. let Cull A Wllit ' Iffiee i mir room 1, sl.Ai'K. J. l\ iJ'fis SLACK & LONCSTRtET, Attumeys-at-Liiw, Crenada, Miss. l iu:t-; i ; ■ m mlioiimig counties. Will practice ■ ial attention given to business in ' 4 ! the l-'et le fa 1 ami Hupre e t ourts. 1 : W. lu I H J : ) K. M D hid. B. smith. M. D, T RIMBLE & SMITH, Physicians, Mis'. GRENADA. J.BCAUE, Physician A: Surgeon, corner, CRENADA, MISS. Office upstairs on the Donkin j. m. BISHOP, I HI Wile & C" , GRENADA. All work guaranteed. I ; I Jno. B. Long. Plastering ami Kalsoinining Done on short notice and satisfaction guaranteed in all particulars. HF.NADA. MISS. SÏVHTH, er w. mm f én U. V MH i, MM sou ill Hde Publie Square, GRENADA, MTSS. nth] utrk warrnnt'-d and done 1 -52 All di-pat. li . Ladd. (A John s*. Brick-Mnson «and Plasterer, KKN ADA, MISS. work and Re All kind-* pui finir iriv<*n -p^eial attention. I'M W, E. LONG, Watchruakcr, .jcwclci ENGRAVER. Cresada. Kiss, and done on' PostOlss Building All work guaranteed short notice. ,an always find—— .ss astists —you r-xxîs— -c: AT 1 North Side Depot Street, Who are ready at all times to serve you in tiie best of style. W H GOLDEN, Boot ? Shoe Northeast Corner Public Square Miss. Grenada, Patronage solicited and satisfaction guaranteed in all Instances. v a fo par; rsu ta À*« meat market GROCERY STORE GREEN ST,, GRENADA, MISS. Confectioner <•«, Genuine Rio Coffee, DliAG'imnAyÄcer 1 i - -I i ; I i CINCINNATI, 0. ! - -AND CINCINNATI TYPE»FOUNDRY — AND — PRINTING MACHINE WORKS, 301 Vine Street, I The type used oa tills paper was cast by the •Lovo Coundn*.— L» i ada Baptist Church,K. li. Mil-j 1er, pastor. Services 1st, 3rd and ith j in each month. Prayer- j 1 meeting every Wednesday night, i ! ^ U "' 1U ' ! Grenada Gazette. WALTE« H. LADD, Ed. &. Manager. I SATURDAY, MARCH 27, lnsi. tui ! ' simd.n - : ; ! O. L. KimhuoI'uh, Supt. Local Links. ; I j ! I ; . Thomas Bro's. horse is j Fish are ripe. Baseball playing has begun. I Gandies and line cakes atfts Kauf * a I man's. and cigais at S. to W A Kagsdaie A Go., to get I ! Choice tobacco Kaufman's. « . ; your fishing tackle. Finest base balls and bats in town! at W A Kagsdaie tS: Go's. Ladies and misses fine si t aldwell iS/ Whitakers. - at j j , Prettiest dress ginghams in town | at Caldwell and Whitaker's. I I Paints, Oils and Varnishes of all kinds at Doak & Laurence's. tine Irnc of ladies Just reeieved a I ! dress goods at Caldwell and W Hi la- j tishimr and Butlaloi Ills just i Baseball, gnats are tiie chief a ! ahead of us. liât we'll j do." "Wlmt, Albert'.'" "Let's go I to tiie country." I h i on Fresh ti-ii. and all kind of végéta- 1 IT.es at S. Kaufman's at the comer 1 i I ■k of baseball goods and j li at W, -V. j west <*f Pass's store. Largest sh lUhing tinkle in 0 ; isilale & Co'S. ■ li f every description and (■ roceries lowest prices at H. Kaufman's at the! corner went of Pass's store. .Mr. W. A. Below has just received I and oilers for sale cheap a handsome | , line of tine -, etc. •a rriagi for war— j In time of peace prepare -by laying against Buffalo gnats. ! A. Humniortieh! 5: Bro.'s if spring . j j That excellent gentleman, ('apt. J. I U. Wilson, of Bowling <Ireen Ky., lias been in our city tiiis week. ; ! and examine their it is simply immense. goods. of the I ! ! There will be a ni etiiig I Y. M. C. A. ut tue M. E. Church at i 3 o'clock p, m. next Sunday. All arc vit e*1. We are glad to see our young ; I friend, Mr. Albert Milton, in town: ; again after un extended trip to tiie j I country. j * Genuine Dodson's Jarreli Plows, Planter ami ! Avqry's I rie, Brinly. i - , en 's Plows, and plow points at IWak in ! & Laurence's. ■ ) Farmers have gone to ; dead-earnest, and as ! our streets have been a little searct of people Ibis week. f 'll HM j U1 1 11 1 'V Mrs. Annie Lake, of Memphis, af tor spending several days with re la ! tives in our city returned home dor ! in ! tiie earl} part of the week. Candidates wishing to announce i tiieir names for city offices should not forget that the Gazette is the! official journal of Grenada county. I Baseball bats, balls and supplion of every kind can be lbuinl at Branum ! A ( l<»o\vin's drug ntore, which in lieatl ! <iuarters for everything in that line, (.'apt. H. I'. Lake, ol Grenada, was in town Wednesday, working in tiie I interest of the Equitable Life insttr onee Company.—Cofleeville Times. One of tiie fattest and tenderest steaks that we have had an opportu ty of eonsdming in a long time was sent us one morning tiiis wee by Mr L,'Bern hard. j on' n On Wednesday evening we were at W. A. Ragsdale A Co's petrified eel, which was picked up: near the depot one day this week by shown a colored boy. Gur devil wishes to apologize to our readers for several small typograph ical errors which appeared in last week's Gazette, for which ho claims to tie responsible. We wish to say to the gentlemen who are to he candidates fo public favors at our approaching municipal election, that our columns are open for announcements* ; \Vo are requested to state that the I Grenada brass hand colored; under 1 tlio leadership of Pro!'. Randle Ander ! son, has re-organized and offer their ! services to the public. ....... , , , , ... i thi ii I he nisi ten H.i ) * vie na.e j ..«i r *^ .- ■ | weather as the far.nets need-ami he ; must he a very poor former who has l l,0Uttken ^ c. J. Austin A Co., have -Just re ! reived one of Ute largest stocks of i clothing and dry goods of every kind ; ever brought to lids market, which I they art* selling low down. I i Miss Maude Daily, a'very and intoligrnt young hidy of Tor- 1 ranee, Is in our city visiting friends, ! A,,, (Dzettk wishes her a pleasant stay and cordially invites her to come I often. Our junior devil went to New Or leans last week, and, as did a num ber of our citizens, stopped at a pri vate residence where lived a couple of pretty and charming young ladies, i His good looks soon wuu for hint the all ' eCt '° U8 ofoU ''.f tl ' v j young ladies, w ho j earned for him to j pour forth into lief ears the burning i lin <| classic eioqileuee of his love for "--of course she thought he was as ■adly smitten with her bew itching ; beauty us site was w ith his handsome, ! beaming, manly countenance and u jl ; pair ui wise tiiouaittC while in her as served,to which ids satanic majesty did lull j ty a word did he say Alter dinner presence. with some justice, he, in company I other young men oi our liitle city the \alobusini, wended their oil ay to* When the dis I ward i anal »Street. tance oi about live blocks intervened between this young until and his boarding house, the young lady w ho w as standing on the steps gazing ul itii tear-bediuimed eyes, I remarked to her companion at that meluncholly j ter him time in a sorrowful, lone, "What a pity such a bright an.I handsome young geiitiem»n sliouhl Strange! j be a deaf and dumb mute, j but that young limn sought a l.oard ing house in Another part of the city. | at Mul* The entt*rtaimiieut givti liu's hall oil Thursday night of this week was one of the mont niagnili" n ut successes ever witnessed in ou r Especial rare and interest had been taken by our good peopleto per foot every arrangement necessary to •iul event with almost city. •rown this s unbounded approbation and gratify the most extravagant expectations ol any and everyone present. Those who took active parts in tain ment are well known throughout j I tiiis entiT this section as posessing rare amateur of whom with proper 1 1 i uileut, some I study and training would no doubt reputations upon the j theatrical stage. It is impossible lor j us to single out and make special of certain characters and in envious me tl tie eeasion when all did matures of tiiis . 5. well and every arrangement was so well carried oui. The Presbyte rian church, for w hich tiiis affair was I a bTielit. n-aiized a humlsome sum | from the huge number of persons lio had the present, and tiie ladies after in hand tlesefve much evedit , . , j tor their untiring energy in Ute get f this enjftyatile eiitertaiumeut. ! l| i' We learn that ed -May. living near Mr. Henry . hall's mill, in the neighborhood of j Providence, had his house hurtled I last Tuesday, while be and his wife were in tlio field at work. Upon ; leaving tiie house they locked 'he leaving their three younger tiie oldest being six years! I ,loor - childrcn in tiie house, and when they return d tin- house and children were all ! hit rued to ashes. Tiiis makes at least ; half a dozen reports of this character that has reached us since last fall. j not many miles from Grenada, We j think It about time that locking chil * «Irou up in houses and going away j and leaving them was declared a j criminal offence, and the guilty par made to ÉJllf : • Marties, should 1 ty, I fer the consequence ! h«w long it We will see ill lie before we are called upon to chronicle another af ■ i fair of tiiis kind. j Tiie theatre going people ofourcity ! will have an opportunity of witness g on next Monday night, at f tiie most pleasing ! and enjoyable entertainments that have taken place in our city for i many months. The Emma Warren i (lombination lias a wide and splen did reputation, and wherever they I go they ate greeted by large an 1 In audiencies. The papers wlierever they satisfied us who Hall next Monday night will be delighted with the eve ning's entertai' ment. Thi will per haps lie the lust first-class Company that will visit our town during the pressnt season, and we would advise one and all to attend. M ni 1 i j lin's Hall, one i j telligent j throughout the Stftt i have exhibitcl apeak of them in the i liltrli^^t terms, ami we are eitizi and nil of IIml m visit Mulliu's I We are always glad to note the ac quisition to our social circles of any person who cun do honor to the draw ing room. In litis connee ion we are gratified to say that Miss Lula Duke, | of Memphis, who was quite recently visit to friends in our city, pos many and fascinating •harms as any young lady who lias recently paid Grenada a visit. Not only is she pretty both in form and feature, but exceptionally intelligent and interesting in conversation, and during her limited stay among our people drew around her many warm personal friends. To sueli as Miss Duke, in be hall ot Grenadians, we I say com® often and slay long, and j you shall ever receive a cordial w< I i come. US 1 | people of our city to edunattv tiieir The desire on I he pat t of tiie colored jvhlldren is . vhleiitly on the Inci. «sc. ! Within the past few days we have ; .... , . Â.Ï | u . . between ten > jn . stance did tlmy refuse to hire them out, saying that they wished tholr chilAcn to attend school. We are glad to sec this desire predominate , among the colored people, and Would I say to them let no opportunity for uOvrlm v«m 1 pr ..-x Domestic, Jennie June, and Hingcr Hewing Machines, Jerry's celebrated Heissors, t^ ery pair warranted, ut Dual*(k Laurence's. On Wednesday night last the Sen ale I, on tinned among other uomiua tious that bad been Uovernor, lliat of Jit Hill), an Chancellor of this District. Plie intelligence only reached us last night through tin .Memphis Appeal. W hile we have never felt any doubt about the re-appointment of Judge Hull, we ure giad that it lias been made ami continued. of sent ill by the . Janies UT il $12 1 W itnout, in uie least, disparaging any other nom ination that Uov- Dowry lias made, say frankly and sincerely, lie m instance made a belter or Utter one than that of Judge Hull. ! Besides beings u thorough lawyer, I uuUa close student of the science, lie is one ol tiie most conscientious and j Honorable Christian gentlemen in tile j Mate, and is re.-pectcd and honored j ary all who know him, and beloved J w tio know him | est liouor to un e can ON ov a J **t of friends intimately* He is an proicssion, the J ."täte, and while we congratulate j j nim, w e just sincerely congratu- j late the Bar of this District and the j whole .'"täte of Mississippi,—Sardis ; of liciary and to the j Reporter Section 955, Code 1880, says: If any person shall at any time shoot, wound, injure, kill, catch or pursue with »udi intent a mocking bird or thrush, or shall destroy or rob the nest of any w ild bird whatever, ex cept crows, blackbirds, blucjays, hawks, owls and other birds of prey ; or shall shoot, wound, injure, kill, catch or pursue with such intent any of the kind of deer or any turtle dove, sometimes called mourning dove, or any starling, commonly called held lark, between the first day of Febru ary and the lifteentii day of Septem ber; or any wild turkey, or any quail usually called partridges, between the first day of April and the first day of October, shall, on conviction, be 'titled, etc, j on While in New Orleans last week we hud ibepleasure of meeting Mr. J. Levis, of the linn of Levis Bros., wholesale grocers, No. 50 Tchopitou las Street, w hom we found to he so cial, intelligent and communicative. Tiiis firm does an immense business throughout the southern part of our State, Louisiana, and in other sec tions, and with such agreeable gentle ■n at the head of the house we are not surprised at tiieir wide populari ty and rapidly increasing patronage. It affords us much pleasure to rec ommend Messrs. Levis Bros, to our merchants uni ask them to give this linn a trial order and see if what we (I is not true. have Quite a large number of our citi zens took advantage of the excursion rates on Wednesday of last week and paid tiie Crescent City a visit, all of ! wlioni report having had & delight ful time. The boys, however, tell some pretty tough tales on each oth er, hut tor fear tha* we will be way laid and assassinated by some of them whose anger we might arouse, we re frain from divulging any secrets that have l'i-en confided to ns. Fm fur call on Messrs, W. tlier informât!« E. Smith, W. if. Whitaker, 'J. B. Gage, Jr., and others whose names we will furnish upon application. We regret to chronicle the death of Mrs. Thompson, wife of Mr. J. T. Thompson, living on Pettieocower, in this county, which oecured on Wednesday of this week, Mr. Thorn-p is one of tiie most gentlemanly and whole-souled farmers in our sec lion, and in the death of his beloved wife lias been removed from amongst t lie living one of the most estimable ladies of any neighborhood. To the bereaved, the Gazette extends sym pathies in tiiis t Heir hour of sadness. We are glad to welcome home a gain Hon. Ja». C. Longstreet, after being absent in the Capital City since tiie meeting of the Legislature. Mr. Longstreet disappointed noeitizen of I Grenada county in their expectations of him to fully and ably represent this people, and we know whereof we speak when we say that lie made a record among our Holons that not only surprised some of his most inti mate friends, but which is envied by many statesmen of many years bis senior. • Married at the bride's residence, in Madison county, Florida, on the 16th of'March, . 1880 , Mr. T, I*. Williams and Mr*. Lon Walker. Mr. liams is the eldest son of our respect ed fellow-citizen, liams, and Is remembered here by ni/my friends as genial, energetic, and intelligent, and they wish him and ! * good wife Tl tiie blessings that can grow out of lnippy wedlock. Wil Mr. N. G. Wil I Among the enterprising and wide awake merchants of Bagsdale A Co. lire always to be j found ut tiie front with a full stock of j everything in their line, j their line a -ortment of »tuple and jliincy grocoties, eaned goods, etc., oily w. A. Besides tliey ■ ,g ju*t added a huge stock of ID 5 ing taket of every d.iscrlption, us •li as ':a:«liull supplies. . I!t . v . c . „ GaUowny will pr, acl, at the Methodist church on Sunday Man it 28th ut 11 o'clock a. m., and speak on Temperance at tiie , ( ouri house al 3 1 .,, p. in., of the,same 1 tint energetic husiic - man ttud cxeeileiit geutlcmiin, Mr. H. I. Sum meriiel 1, hfl* just rclurncd from tiie North and East, where lit purchased for his house one of, the li.uest and haiiH>.foie*t stocks oi q ri,q good* ever brought to Ibis market, which (liai sterling house is determined to sell quiek and rapidly regardless of cost I day, Allais invited, I valuable Kditok Gazette: In a recent issue of your paper, appears among other "pro eeediugs'' of the Honorable , V; Board of Supervisors a very remarkable or der, charging me with having over drawn my salary, and lurther order ing me to appear before tiie Board at their next meeting and show cause, why i should not refund Perhaps il I can, $12 33, amount overdrawn. 1 may lie a little too sensitive, but in my humble opinion, this is a very serious charge to tiring against an in Jt is certainly a crime, iioeeut man. ! and a very grave crime; I imparts, among other things, that 1 bad falsely sw orn to my account, for j this would be necessary lor me to do j betöre 1 .could "overdraw my sal j ary T J zealousness to look after publicinter | est liad been possessed of ordinary itf teliigenee, they could very easily because it li tiie Board in their extreme j records, that 1 began to discharge the j duties of the office on the first day of j January 1884, and that I ceased to ; discharge said duties on the last day of December 1885, and that I lmd j have ascertained by reference to the j drawn pay for two years am. not on k cent more. Now if tiie Board at their next meeting will refer to the register and on the follow ing pages, they wjll ascertain the amounts I drew for 1884 and 1885: Page 23Ô, Heviees, stationery, and postage,$82 00; page281,salary,$80 00; page 238, salary and postage, $81 00; page 317, salary, $80 00. Total amount drawn for 1884-86, $323 00. Where facts and figures arc conceded it is a strong defence of any man's character, and here 1 have ap pended a statement of my official record taken from Ute books of the Chancery Clerk which certainly places me beyond tile unjust criti cism of our Honorable Board of Su pervisors. I do not charge the Board with wanton injustice, but that they have exceeded unintentionally the demands of right, the above tabulat ed statement will prove. Now tilts is the only "appearance" that 1 shall make before them in obedience to their summons, in my defence, ask that they shall in their next pub lished proceedings fully rectify and exhouorate me before the public. Yours respectfully, John J. Gaue, Jk., Ex-Supt. Education, Grenada Co. Grenada, Miss., Mardi 20, 1880. 1 ti'OM TAT r'i. Dr. J. M. Calhoun is rapidly re covering from a severe spell of illness and his services will soon be in the hands of his many friends. The weather for a few days past 1ms been splendid, but am afraid to say much about it, for fear it will ! change before the Gazette is pub lislied. Mr M. P. Goodwin and Miss Fuu nie Harris were married on Wednes day last. We extend them our l est wishes; that their p"th may be strewn with flowers. Farmers in this section have gone lo work with energy, and are losing no time in making preparations for the coming crop. A Sunday School was organized at this place last Sunday. We have preaching every second Sunday in each mon 1 1 i. We anticipate attending a wedding very soon. "Give the devil his dues." Yours truly, Si,iM Jim. Tatum, Miss., March 24, 1885. We have received at this office sev eral specimens of visiting and busi ness cards written by Mr. W. J Hur ley, 172 Canal Street, New Orleans, which prove hint to he one of the most competent and graceful penmen that we have ever known. When you are in the Crescent City call on Mr. Hurley. We have in our possession for pub lication a beautiful and splendedly written poem dedicated to the Wo men's Christian Temperance Union of Grenada, but owing to its length and a want of space we are compell d to .offer publishing C'e s')me un til next week. Service in All-Saints churo J Sun day 11 a. si. and 4 i*. M. The service in the afternoon is intended specially for Hie young men. Everybody is cordially invited. Thp subject of Die afternoon sermon will be "Life Sto ries." Temperance is the chief point considered. We are glud to note tiie fact that our young friend and former towns man, W. T. Caldwell, is doing a thriving mercantile business in Gre nada. If honesty, energy and fair dealings will win, Billy Is sure to get there.—Carrollton Conservative. Wt had a very' "pi curant call this week from our friend and patron, Mr. J. W. Lanier. Mr. Lanier I« not only one of our most industrious far mers, but one of tlio most intelligent. Such gentlemen tire always welcom ed into our sanctum. Drop into A. Huutmerfield A: Bin's, inoinuiutl: estaUishuu lit and you will find the prettiest, nobbiest and lowest-priced slock of dry goods, clot hing, in ill Iimry and fancy goods ever shown In tiiis city. Office of Memphis, Birmingham A i Atlantic Ball Rond Company, Cotton exchange Building. ) Memphis, Tenn., March 23d, 188«. Mr Bin Wilson is appointed gen eral freight und passenger agent of this company, vice Mr. Jus H. Da vant, resigned. Appointment to [like effect April first. T. C. Leake J u I Mr. W. W. Liddell, a brother of J. | ! M. LhUUdl « ho w«» on trial when the j Currolltou massacre oceurreu, amt who like his brother, is too brave and : honorable a man to condone that! butchery in hi» testimony refute» all | the ground of defense for the deed. ; He say» there was no reason or juati- ! Ileation for it, that Ed. Brown did not ' lire first, and if lie had done so the ; armed men could not have »ecu him, i I condemn the deed in 1 mud. mn me meu m , ■ and lie says, tiie strongest terms."—New Missis nippiiin. ViRlilVIA FoNSTUCITION Co.vtc'Y. COTTON KXfllANUE BfltlliMI, Memphis, Tenu., March 30th, 1886. The organization of this Company is announced as follows: James 11. Page, President, Richmond, Va. ; T. C. Leake, Jr.. Vice-President; R. li. Temple, Chief Engineer; It. L. Tray lor, Secretary ; WC Watts, Treasurer ; J W Daniel, Auditor. NOT III. TO TEACH Elt 8. The teachers of the Free Schools of Grenada County, are requested to meet at my office in the court house in Grenada, on Saturday April 17th. R. T. Payne. County Hupt. Eil. Grenada, March 37, 1880. [St. : indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness of tiie stomach, etc. A producing . j Blind, Bleeding and itching | ( BIT for I'tlOH« Piles are frequently preceded by a sense of weight in the hack, loins and lower part of tiie abdomen, causing the patient to suppose he lias some affection of the kidneys or neighbor At limes, symptoms of ing organs. moisture like perspiration a very disagreeable itching, aftei getting warm, is a common attend ant. Piles, yield at plication of Hr. Remedy, which upon the parts affected, ahsohlng the Tumors, allaying the intense itching, and effecting a permäment Price 50 cents. Addres Bosanko Medicine Co,, Piqua, O. Hold by Hughes A- Nance. once to tiie ap Hosanko's Pile directly acts cure. The Dr. fehl ly Duck Hill items. I suffered death from Neuralgia or Rheumatism in my head and shoul der hist summer, and finely it.be came general in my limbs, causing them to be \'ery much swolon. Wilkins has been using Buchanan's Hpunish Lightning Relief In his fam ily, and sent me a liottle. Three ap plications gave me relief,and in three days 1 was w ell both of pain and swelling. Since then, me and my wife consider it a blessing and iudi spensihle iu a family. My wife is a Paraletic and finds great relief from it when suffering with pain. Jlespt., J.H. Binford,March 3rd 1880. Further information at Branum & Goodwin [inch Otf .Mr. Drug Store. Branum & Goodwin have something that will cure Catarrh in 10 days; relieve headache, toothache. «Mille in man or beast instantly. When you have a bottle of Buchanan's Span ish Lightning Relief in your house, there is no need of going after a Doc tor in tiie night. Also for a circular and see who uses tile medicine. inch «tf CUKE mit SICK HEADACHE. For proof ttint Dr. Gunn's Liver Pills cure Sick Headache, Ask your Druggist for n free trial package. Only one for a dose: Regular size boxes, 25 cents. Sold By Hughes Je Nance. Mardi 1st lin REMOVED. 1.1 vv may now be found on the north side j of the Square, where they will keep constantly on hand the very choicest corn-fed I.f, pork, mutton, sausage, vegetables, etc. Steak 8c., Roast 7c., best Sausage 10c. Call and see us. Justice's and magistrate'» needing blanks, such as affidavits, warrants, summons, etc,, may find it to tiieir interest to call at the Gazei ru office, before they make any purchases j elsewhere. .I Increase your production of corn ! rubber balls, go to W A Ragsdale & and cotton. Memphis Fertilizer,sold ,2w by McCord A Co. Fine line of misses, ladies and chil dren hosiery ut Caldwell 5: Whita kers. _ For base balls, btt"e ball bats anil Co. F Alt At IKS AND MECHANICS, Save money and Doeter hills. Re lieve your Mothers, Wives and Sisters by a timely purchase of l)r. Bosan ko'» lHugh and Lung Fyi'Up, tiie liest known remedy for Coughs, Colds, Croup and Bronchial affec tions. Relieves Children of Croup in one night; may saveyou hundreds ofdollurH. Price 50 cents and $1.00 Sample free. Hold by Hughes «fe Nance. March 1st lm. The Memphis hasehall «ltd» is again In hard luck. Nashville wins tills time by a score of H to 0. Sale of Claims, by S. P. Lacock, Re ceiver. By virlure of a di ere« of the t hail eery Court of Grenada county, Mis sissippi, made at ilie Mardi I crin, A. It., 188«, Die undersigned «ill sell at public oulci.) to tiie higliGit bidder for cash, in front of the eustern door of the Court House, on Satukday, At'iiti, 24 tH, 188 «, within legal hours,all cialinsofevery description due It. if. Winter und as signed In him by said H., II. Winter, in Ids assignment of receiver in Chancery Clerk's office in Deed Book "nage 175,in "aid county, consist* of notes and accounts, some sc oured by trust deeds, and »nine 11 tl sc oured, lind other Choses in action, a more particular description of which can he found ill said deed of assign ment to which reference Is here made. A. H. Whitfield, Solicitor« Grenada, Miss., March 2«, 188«. HM L. Ing H. P. Lauim'K, Receiver. | Wilkin** & Laiidrea», ) j ^ ^ v# ( j ) & costs. I ty, Mississii,,, : \v. M. Ringgold. 1 Pursuant to and by Virtue of a Kira | Facia issued by the Clerk of sai.j ; G"Url amt to me directed, 1 wdt, ! MljNI,A ' ' J | > ) I " | ^,' U 0t , v . ' proceed to »ell for cash to the hitrlicH ; bidder, between the hour» prescribed i by law tor judicial safe», in trout oi the east door of the eourt house oi ^ couut} i Ulv , 0l i o w illg teal levied uiiou a» the property of W, M, Riuggolu, lo satisfy the above Fi fa! to-vfit: South east ■ oil and ail costs, quarter of south east quarter seeliu» twenty six, and north half and north west quarter of south west quarter section thirty live alt in township twenty two, range seven east, und also the equity of redemp tion in tiie following personal prop, erty, levied ou as the property of \\\ M. Ringgold to satisfy said Ri Fauini cost, to-wit: One sorrel mare mule ten years old, two mouse colored mare mules, one nine and one ten years old, one sorrel mare about eight years old,and six head of cattle. Sheriff, Grenada County. A. H. Whitfield, Plaintiff's Attorney. Grenada, Miss., Feb. Üôtli, 1B8G. Ht. . Notice for Publication Land Office at Jackson, Miss.,. Mardi 5th, 188«. j Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing named settler lias filed notice of his Intention to make final proof in support of liis claim, and that said proof will be made before tiie Judge, or in his absence the Circuit Court Clerk, Grenada County, at Grenada : Miss., on April 14th, 1880, viz: Wil lis C. Alten, Homestead No, 10915, j or j[ lt , eag t | m |f south-east quarter, section thirteen, township 23 north range six east, and sfuth-west qtmr j ter south-west quarter, section eight teen, township twenty-three, north range seven east. He names the fol- J | lowing witnesses to prove his contin uous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz ; G J Raunsoville, Torrance ville, Greïntda, Miss.; W E Wedge worth, of Gray» port, Grenada county, Miss.: J C In man, of Gruysport, Grenada county, Durbin, of Cofleeville, county, Miss.; J D Grenada county. Miss. Ja». D. Htiavnim, Register. [meh-OOt.] Commissioner'* »sie. j RobertDoak, Maggie A I Burdeshiiw and Géorgie A I Robertson,! Minors, by nex' I Friends. Pursuant to a decree of the Chain eery Court of Grenada County. Mi--, rendered at the March Term, A. !>.. 1880, thereof, in the above style« cause, 1 will, as eoniinissioiiur, on Tuesday, the «ruina y oi Aimic A. 1)., 1'SHU, within legal hours,in front of tin- east door of the Court House ill the eityoi Grenada, proceed to sell to tin- liigIT est bidder lor one-third cash and tin balance on a credit of four months from the day of sale, the following do= s,-rilied land with the appurtenance- 1 thereunto belonging, lo-w it : Lots is' and 180, ill tiie west! ward oï the city of Grenada, Grenada county, Missis sippi. L. R. Turn Kit. W. H. Fitz-Gerald. Comnii.-sionei Holieltor. 3 13 3 . No. 020. Ex Pant Commissioner'* sale. I Géorgie A. Robert-on, net 7. - Burdeshaw.et ul, .Minors,by ) next Friends. FT PnHv Pursuant to a dedree of the Chan cery Court ofGfeiiajla County, Mist».» rendered at the March Term. A. P. 1880,thereof in the above styled cause I will, as commissioner, on Tuesday, the Oth! Day ok Anno ., 1880, No. 027 A. 1) within legal hours,ill front of the east door of the Court House in the city of Grenada, proceed to est bidder for one-tl|iird cash and 111 # balance on from the day of sale,tin- following de seribed land Willi the appurfemum - thereunto belonging, to-wit: l.ots24- < and 240 in the wes ward of the eil) of Grenada, Grenada county, Mi si-' nippt, l). R, Tu »neu, W. H. Fitz-Gerald, Comnnssione Solicitor, ! 3 13 3 11 to tiie high' credit bf twelve thoullri j j i'oininlssioijer's Stile. : Mary H. Knox and Bella No. 037. Knox, Minors, by nev ) Friend. KxJParit. Pursuant to a decree of the Cliiiif eery Com L of (irvna la County, V o' tendered al tiie Mprefi Term, A. If 1880,thereof,in the above styled cans" I will, as commissioner, on Tuesday, the OttI DaV ok Acme A. i)., jlhMI, within legal hours,ju front of the "in .I door of the Court House in the city »■ Grenada, proceed to sell to the high est bidder for one-t(tird cash «nul II« ! balance on a credit of four month* from the day of sijle, the following land described by .metes and boinoh as follows: Beginning at fît«' soiitl' east corner of the nbrtli lialfof lot ote hundred and one,tlJenee ntniuu' east one hundred and four and a Half « : t thence running north sixteen feet thence west one hundred and fotn and a half feet, and thence »oulli six teen feet on Main Street to the n, gin- « nitig. Situated in the east will'd"' the city of Grenada, Grenada comity L, R. Tukneh C ommissi 111 "" Mississippi. W. H. Filz-Cerahl, Solicitor.i 3 13 3 . MORE ECCS. Dr. T. G. Jones, Abberville Mi guarantees plenty bf Eggs, " : will feed iu dough Dr. Buehiuiii" • Quinine Horae Cattle and I*<>it 11ry Tonic to your Hens. He :u«l !l1 his neighbors, A. II. .Graham a ■ s " 11 recommend It for horses aim ''"fl"' Remember it is packed in .. leave the other: Niesers Brummi •» Goodwin "ill n<q fivtsfeiire*"'« 11 for 25 or 50 cents. Call and * < d" if vuti want something good, ami nu ll Ml vet liable. 11ÏUNC IN YOUR CO'ITON nNU CARRY OUT YOUR BRICK' * ■ / Contractor à Buildo'S AND DtfoLKU IN i Crnnadp, Mias. Also keeps on halnd and for "i"' large and choice lot of BRICK!