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PROFESSIONAL. F. & L. B. VALLIANT, T0RXEY8 AT LAW ORCfiNVILLi!:, Mi-S. t KVERY SAIUBMT BVTII5 rBLISHIXU IO.1P.lSV. )FF1CE RULES. f BULE OSF. an op scr.sciumoy; )r one yi-ar, in advance, $&oC ix months, iu atlvauce 2:00 PCLB TWO. S OF ADVERTISING: Advertising, One une Insertion, sequent Insertion- 1:50 "5 I Legal notices due on or it publication. No proof i until paid for RULE THREE, JI.Y, HALF-YEARLY AXD YEAKLY RATKS: OCCi'IEB, re ires ..... J, Column. Column..... 30 S5 73 125 iun k Regular Advertisements paid at the beginning of krter. ltULE FOUR. Mortal -Notices, except iompaning tlitJ flrst nser ti advertsement, will be 20 cents per line; Obitua- dec23 f deaths or marriages free. iwho wish to indulge in urmed "personal notices," i.iuired to pay in neeord- li tho nature of their art!- RULE FIVE. pates: una District Offices, $20 knty Oillces; - i at Ofllces ., a RULE SIX. Lfrom transient customers written, for Job work, nd- ir. or subscription, must be knied by the Cash to obtain n. Accounts of regular jtrsduo and presented the Veh month. 1st of Court Terms. r to transfer the counties of i and Coahoma from me ntli (ill to Uio tweiiui ii-j i-ial District, and the county ktloro from mo iwema u-J eloveutUUU Juuicmi uis t. n the times for hoi- tha Circuit Courts in said let. , v.rt It. further enacted, ne Circuit Courts of the Elev- n.ii.iiiv D strict snail no uoi d l p'nnl. nue fur the tunes as ftfr-stated, should lliu tmal the Court so long require. ,a mmiit. oi Bolivar com- ir nil the (Irfit Monday of ami September and continue judicial nays. ie county of .Washington mdng on the third Monday ch nfltl Hepiemoer. nun uvm wentv-'our. iullciui nays. ku county of Issaiiueua corn- on the dcvemn Biomiuy n l ,r 1.... It. 1Vfot-ih nml Eibor, and continue twelve il lays. ,.,,n ni v of Sunflower eotu- h on the ninth Monday after t Monday in waren ana ,i,or nml continue six kl days. lo county of Ijetlore, common 1, eleven tli Monday after the flonday in Marcli and Hep r, and' continue twelve Judi- LVS. roved March 25, W74. rih of KurERVisons. ineetinis are held by the f of Supervisors of each eoun tlie 1st Mondays of Januury, s. July, August, ami woiooer, liny continue in session 4 uuys o longer. thancry District; continues 6 in Tunica, 0 in uoanoma, u Mivar and 12 In Washington! omhiv (5tM January, Tunica (12th) Coahoma 11 (10th) " (20tb) onday, (6th) " (13th) " (iOth) 4" (27tli) " Bolivar " Washington Anril. Tunica " Coahoma " Bolivar "Washington onday (6th) July, .Tunica Coahoma (13th) (20th) (27th) Bolivar Washington Uday (Oth) October, Tunica (13th) " Coahoma (20st) " Bolivar (27th) " Wasingtou incerv Court will be held in Una County. 14th District ih MnndnvH after 4th Moll hf January. Anril. July and hi her. a terms of the Supreme Court commence on the 3d Mondays Ml and OetobHtv m Town Council meets racula: 1st Tuesday of each month J ery & Sale Stable ASD STOB.22. HE umlerslgnod hereby announce to tho public, tulit tuny nave iw ttiarge ol uioir STABLE WASH FNf3TON AVENUE lest of attention given to all STOCK . V. VTUTTS t'F.T) TO THEM. HiUK for sale on hand constant. ly. Ai an bi. Hit. Oats, tmd Bran r 1...1.T,' , u 1 UOIIU UHllOllif; IB icspectfnlly solicited. - 6 - VOL. REFUGE SALCCK. HAVING Now fitted p ana tarn ished my fcloun, in tho Urge Two Story Building-, " OS . MULBERRY STREET, UNDER TBI Refuge Club Rooms. I NOW SOLICIT the PUBLIC PATUOXAGE NONE .,1 FRESH BUT TBK Beer Jt.H BESTP LIQUORS V Alt i ALWAYS ox HAND. rcri. t I. ISENBERO. IMPORTANT to INSURERS- A WOBP TO THE WISE. The following Is the official list of ALL the Fire Insurance Con nnniea nnthorizod by law to tran- hient business iu the State of MIs- aifisintd: Planters' Insurance Company of Planters' Insurance Company of MVinnhls. Tell 11. Liverpool and London and Globe. Franklin of Philadelphia. Pa Phoonlx of Brooklyn, New York. Home or r ew iorK. Virginia Fire and Marine of Rich niond. V a. Contracts made In this State with the Agents or pretended Agents of other companies aro in uireci viola tion of the laws-of the Slate and absolutely null and void. In ease f loss the insured is at the mercy of the company, and by the deci sions of the State and Federal Courts wmioui remeay. 8. W. FERGUSON. may 18. s t Ins. Agent. 00 g? ? 1 CB K" W s A 3 "1 S o n - f P! o CD W en W o 1 -i (5 1 3 O CD a CD S' 2 pa ex. a 9 C o - c 9 er 1 A) s. It O tr o a u Richard Lloyd. Jno. E.Llvaudals LOYD&LIVAUDAIS COTTON FACTORS, COMMISSIOK MERCHANTS, No, 43 Bnronne Stroct, New Orleans. La. aug.22'74-ly., ...... J. W. WILSON, HOtfSE, SIGN -AKD- Buggy Paint er( Paints, Oils For Sale. I HAVE -opened a hnp especially f r Hussy and Carriage Painting and hope to receive the patronage of tuo pniiiio. rjrnuop at a. is. jouu- sou's Warehouse on Mtiluerry St., may 23 42. GREENVILLE, MISS, Citation Notice. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, ) Washington County. S Chancery Court, July Term, 1874 In the matter of the Estate of B. HAN WAY. deceased. To all persons interested in said estate Greeting : "TV T ARY HAN WAY. Admlnis- 1L tratrlx of said estate, having tiled her Anal account, and prayed to be discharged rrom further ad ministration of said estate, now therefore, in obedience to an order of said Court, made on the 28th day of July, 1874. you are hereby cited to be and appear at the next term of our Chancery Court, to be hold on the fourth Monday In Octo ber, 1SV4, next, ensuing, then and there to show cause, if any you nnn. why said final account should not be allowed and said adminis tratrix discharged. . Given under my hand and .. . official seal, this 20th day i" of September, a. d. 1874. wh'h. BOLTON. Clerk I i a 5 re Ei! A 0 a a " c c a a Mi W ? S" o 2 ? - 5. a 8 1 GREENVILLE, WASIIIIVOTOTS' CO., TEAS! TEAS!! ESTABLISHED 1840. Choiwit ia tat Markst-Bwt Values Di- rtt mm tat mvmm, iimwu vriesi si soli ia Mtw Ttrk. A few words on the Tea trade, and tue advantages uuneu r purchasing your Teas of The Original American Tea COMPANY. By so doingf you positively pro cure your goou irom nrsi uuu, t Wholesale Importing prices, sa- ing several proms niaue oy mese who have to buy of Dealers, who in their turo have bought or Jobbers, and they or Speculators, and so ou to the Importers ; so that, in wet, you get your Teas at a very tliirht .!vanee ou what it costs iu China, and at a saving of from 5 to profits. Our instructions toour buyers in China and Japan are to seud none but pure leas, wnicu aro oy iar wie cheapest in the end, to say nothing ni i;.ir wholesomeuess. All our Teas are chosen ror tnetr purity, and not for appearauee. Onn nf our resident mutineers Iu New York is a professional Tea Taster, having spent over six years in China and Japan, which, to gether with eight years' experience In the Home markets, renders him one of the best judges in the trade. Hy this means we nave a personal connection with those countries. Ourfrieudslu China and Japan, from loner exnerlenee with us, know exactly the kinds of Tea we require, which elves us manifold advan tages over other companies, most of whom, if not all. purchase on this market exclusively, or at best, of first and second hand broKcra. We guarantee every pound of our Tea lo be iresn ami pure as impor ted, and to cive satisfaction, other wise we will take it back and re fund the money. Homing snort or our extensive trade enables us to dispose of our Invoices as fast as they arrive. PBICE-MST OF TEAS. Oolong (Black) 4!), SO, 61), best 70 cvntt, ) ft Mixed, (Urn ami Itlk) 40, BO, 00, but 70u . . JHtn, Vncolorvi Oil, 70, SO, V0, beat SI . . lmiierini, urevu w, iv, w, vu, wsi . vung llynon, Urwn SO, 00, 70, 00, SO, Sf. 00. best SI. 06 Gnnjiowiler, tlreen $1. 10, best SI. SO F.ngiixn iiraiKinst, muck im, iv, ev, w, bent S1.00 N. B. We have a specialty of Garden Growth YOUNG and IM PERIAL, at $1 20, and OOLONG, Extra Choice, $1.00. We are the oldest Kstabllsiieu Company in the United States (es tablished in 1840). and our reputa tion is too well known to require comment. Our Teas aro put up in One Pound Packages, with the kind and price printed on each. AGENTS WANTED to get UP clubs to sell our Teas to Families, Hotels, Boarding Houses and oth ers. In writing for terms or send Ing orders, be particular to address tho President of the Company, thus: ROBERT WELLR. No. 43 Vcsey St;, New York. OCl. 8, '71-HU. JAMES PERRY, HOUSE AXD SIGN PAIXTER. GLAZIER. Walnut Street, below Ccutral Avenue, Grccnviilc, Miss. mh 14-74-tf. THE business of the late C. F. Melsner, Merchant Tailor Will be carried on in ruture by the uu dersigned at the old stand corner of Washington Avenue ami IjOcusi street. Mr. F. F. SclimalliolU and C. F. Melsner, Jr. will be In readi ness tosupply the wants or custom ers. A continuance of patronage Is solicited rrom all mends. LOUISA MEISNER oct. 10,'74-ulO-tf. Administratrix Notice. 15WHERE.YS, letters of admlnis. If tration on the estate of Charles F. Melsner, deceased, were granted to the undersigned by the Chnn eery Court of Washington county, m vacation, on the Oth or October, 1874 : now all persons having claims against said estate will pre sent them and have the same al lowed and registered within the time required by law or the same will be iorever barred. LOUISA METSNER. Administratrix oct. 10, 74-nl0-3w. Ileal Estate One lot corner Shelby street and Washington avenue, rronting Mrs, Theobald's park. This is the hand somest lot for a residence In Green. vllle. One lot on Poplar street between Davis street and Washington ave nue, rronting eastward, a very pleasant residence lot, vacant. Also 100 acres of land 11 miles from Greenville, about 40 acres of which are cleared fenced and In cultiva tion, the balance valuable timber and convenient to market. Also whole or half Interest in plantation on Fish Lake, Liberal Terms. L. B. VALLIANT. sept. 10, '74-3m. , That from this date and hereafter, MY BUSINESS tf ILL be conducted on a Strictly W CASH BASIS, none need Apply For Credit, and all indebted to uie will please settle their accounts within sixty days, or their bills will be sold at auction. , THA VLEE'S O VIDE. The following is tho new low water time table of the " Auchcr Lino" atGrccuvillet powx. Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, at 3 a. v. ur i Sundays, Wednesdays, trldays. AT A. M. Jas. E.Neocs, Sup't. LODGE DJECCTQRY. j OreaTill Loigs No. 08 A. P. ft A. X. OFFICERS. M. Gcusbergcr, W. M. J. Lcngsficld, S. W. f It. Calm, J- W. ( M.Mavor, Scc'ry. N.J. Nelson, Treas'r N. Goldstein, 8. D. M.Laudeau, d- D- Julius Landeau, S. & T. Meet 2d Thursday In each month. 1.0.0. P. L. Sehlcslngcr, It. II. Brent ingcr, v. u. Otto Meyer, - hec'y. M. Weiss. - ircus. Meet Every Tuesday Night. Knights of Pjtaiu. Wasiiixoton Lodoe No. 7. N. E. Goldstein, - C. C. F.N.Mili.kr, V.C. 'itaiii.es White. K. of R. & S. S. D. FlNIiAY, M. ol'F. I. D. LenoskieIiD. M. ofE. Meet Every Wednesday Night. Deborah Lodge No. 161 I. 0. B. B N. Goldstelu, President J. Radjcsky, L. llextcr, M. Sievcrs, B. Calm, J. llirsch, J. Alexander, Vico Presldont Monitor Secretary Treasurer Ass't Monitor Warden O. Guardian M. Gcnsbcrgcr, L. VILCZINSKI & CO DKALkBSIN Dry Goods AND GROCERIES, BOOTS and SHOES, IATS AND CAPS, AND Plantation Supplies. sept. 6, 1874. On Main Street. EANQEE'S NOTICE. State of Misaislppi, ) Washington County. ) Taken by J. D. Grimti. on or near the promises oij.r. uraj on the 80th day of September, 1874, A Black Maro Mulo, Described as follows : A mare mule black, branded U. S. on left shoul der, 10 years old, 15 hands high; Atinrnitipd at $50. The owner is hereby notified to come forward, prove property, pay charircs. or said estray will be dealt with as tue law provius. tAUii lAiiiuiv, 1 xL 10,74-nl0. Ranger. NOTICE I That from this date and hereafter Hy Business Will be conducted on a Strictly Cash Basis, filONE need apply for sredit, and - i nil y. Will tllxtnOO settle their accounts within sixty days, or tlieir bins win Desoiaai nubile auction. H. 8. SUMMERFIELD. oct. 8,'74-nO. Administrator's Notice. I ETTERS of administration up- la on the estate of Louis C. Wat son, deceased, having been granted to the underslcned on the 3rd day of October, 1874, by the Clerk of the Chancery uourtor Issaquena coun- tv in vacation, therefore all ner- sotis having claims against the es tate or snia .units J. Watson, ae- censed, are hereby notified and re quested to exhibit the same and have them registered in the man ner and within the time prescribed by law or tney will be forever oar- reu. L.W.WATSON, W. M. MOORE. Administrators. Mayersvillo, Miss., Oct. 10,'74-nlO. NEW GOODS! BSsfWe are Just now receiving a large and select stock of Fall and Winter Goods (J?A flno lot ofj3 LADIES' AXD GENTS' SHOES, Of Gents' lato stylo Hats, and aro daily expecting full new supply of CLOTHING and DRY GOODS Which we will sell at lowest CASH PIUCE3. ' rSTSlnce bcinir burned out we have rented tho building on the north side of Washington avenue, WRXTIo miImii aKf. ificLean's Mrerf ttmw. Which we wi:i ectt- Kfttlt the . . 1 I.... -1 - . . n . onrur --' m MISS., SATURDAY, OCT. S i, 187-1 JOHNILIBICHT, PR4LKB !! FURNITURE, MATTRESSES, Looking Glasses, Carpets, Window Shades. Children's Carn ages, etc. 1TTILL sell furniture in set or Y air Inele. SPECIAL attention given to the making and repairing of ail kinds of furniture. Also deal in Collins and has a supply on hand. On Washington Avenue, Jan3-"4 Greenville, Miss Vetherbee & Brovn' DEALKI.3 IS Hardware, Tinwars and SLovos And all kinds of IfXccllRIlfo's Tool?, Have opened at the OLD STAND OF A, 15. Trig?: & ., J And Just received a FILL STOCK OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS : NAILS, LOCKS OF ALL KIM)3, Horse Shoes and Horse Shoe Nails, Pocket and Tablo Cutlery, PISTOLS, PLATED WARE Chains of all kinds, POWDER and SHOT, Spades aud Shovels, All kinds of Wend and UI!',v Ware, PUMPS, And Pump Fixtures, Grindstones and Fixtures. A full Hneof Honsfkcrping Articles tPT-We invito the ladies to call and examine our complete stock as we keep many articles for HOUSE KEEPING USH. I Terms Positively Cash, ill Well Driving and all kinds of Job. Work done to order. seplD, rn i i nianmii LUMDLn 1 LUiVSD I i The tiudcrslgncd havo a largo lot of fiuo CypfOSS Lumber AT Arkansas City, Which wo will deliver at nnTrENvir.!'!!: i . RY THF FLAI-iiUAJ LVftU '. - AT ILj o w est AND MOST SATISFACTORY PRICES. (TtTTo thoso who have been so nni'ortunato as to bo burned out vo would sav, do not purchase elsewhere without giving us . trial. T. St. BIJ-C.HI. Memphis, Tenu sept. 19, '74-2m. GUARDIAN'S SALE. TOY virtue of a decree of the M Chancery Court of Washing ton county, State of Mississippi rendered on tho 8th day of An ffimt. a. d. 1874. tho midersijriicd guardian of Caroline and -Louisa Penny, minor nous at law ot F. I'Cliny, occcasco, on laomiay the 26th day of October, 1871, within the hours prescribed by law will sell at the door ot the conn Honso In said county, to tho high est bidder for cash, tho following lots or parcels of land situate! iu the town of Grnenvilic, county mid State aforesaid, to witi lot 11 and nineteen feet off tho west side of lot 10 ot block 1.1 of tlic origi nal town of Greenville. AMELIA C. J'l'JNY,-scp26-8 Guardian. Administrator's Notice. "fTTHEREAS, letters of admlnis t tration were crantci py ui Chancery Court of Washington county, Miss, on the 21st dayoi Hnnt. A. D. 1874. to the underxisrn m1 Administrator of tho estate of Hnmh Hmlth. deceased. Now, all persons having claims againsi mm eai oi eaiu ui.ii, m,med to exhibit the MOWMdUr them registered in a . . i Ui"e and manner prescribed by law tiiii: GREENVILLE .TIMES, HOOK AXD JQtl -:o:- 13 NOW FITTED CP WITH THE LATEST STYLES OF PLAIN AND JOB-MATERIAL -:o:- We are pre pared to ex ecute on tdiort limico and in tho most yorknmnlike niar.ner ALL OF LAW HUSKS, -FlH It AS Warrants, Mortgages, Liens, Contracts, Deeds of Trust, Subpoenas, Briefs, fyc AtSO, Bill'. Heads, Letter-Heads, Circular sf Business, Wedding And Visiting Cards rpHL Proprietors lias determined to X employ none bat TUE BE 1ST WORKMEN, TIIRREKOBK Competition is Defied, NEW' I'KKSSES, from the bmisnof K. HOK dt. CO., eubl8 n to turn out work us neatly and as qnlcK ly as it can tediino iu auy CII7 WS3T CI CHTCIN1TATI. xu. op.imiA raojr. r tly rihi-Eii ADDHKSS- The Greenville Timss GREENVILLE, WAS1 IINOTOTV Having cob 5IC!l STORE OH WA -We now invito the pu WORTH OF Csi iO JUST RECEIVED BY . LMGSFIELD, Dealer In Flour, Bacon, Lard, Meal, Corn, Sugar, Coilee, MoIkksvn, Tobacco, Tin and Wooden Ware, SHOES, AND NOTIO r,Pii CROCKERY, Jug and GlassJWare. Greenville Mississippi. pgr! want it distinctly under stood that ho who undersells me Will have to "GET UP AfiB-CUST." tVpt.12, 1S71. A. 1). U IISL.VY & CO. PEAI.KUS IN 1 11 1.3 i B AMU s HEDICINES, P1SUFUMF.RV, TOILET &0XIS, . Puiiifti, Oils, nycs, G5iab. ALSO SODA AND X;II2I2riAT. WATEKH (h Dratjht ml in Bottles. Comer Washliiitton Avenue and Mulbpi rv streets, Feb 6- r.9. G HKKNVILLE SIL VER B MIT SI, 1 m J S4 OKEENVIIjLE, MISS. X1ESPECTFULLY Informs the XV public that lie Is prepared to re pair Watches, Clocks aim jewelry In the most perfect manner, guar anted rig satisfaction in all cases August Si", 187(Mir Having received my ICE barge I urn now prepared to (ill orders lor rr ICS both from Grcei. villo cud from (he country. Owing to hard times and tlm vo dticod nuinber of rcgulur paU-oua, I will not bo able to deliver ice. Junc'i7 I. ISENUERG. BOitT, MACHINIST AND BDaLEil MAKE i0KKESVILT.B,MI33. NOW ofl'cM his services to the planters of Washington and adjoining counties iu repairing boilers and plantation machinery. ejpFor any Information apply to lilm or to Davis Uuckner at Worth iugton. liuckncr & Co. Hankers, GREENVILLE, MISS, may GO-43. 'LAT.GE, AND C0Ii?LS'TS SUPPLY OF PPiUCS Jl-ST RECEIVED AT O, WHITE'S. -. o - . Embracing every article usually fialk'd for . ' " SOAPS, Fancy Articles aS L!qaors. rMCtieefn Wahint?ten and Isa oueiia couutii-s, and in the United States Courts at Jacks. ap32 CH IS. W. ClAHKE. JOHN W. SUIELD3, t LtKKS & MIIILIX, ATTOKSEVS AT LAW On Waflaut street, pear tho Court House Grteaviite, Miss. W. A. II AY CRAFT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, , Real Estate Agent, GREENVILLE, - . - MISS Make the payment of taws, redeE.p tioo, sale aud leasing of lands a ' speciality. r, a. rieucv. w. o. YEBOK TERCY & YDRGER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, aRF.ENVIM.t, MISS. W. K. TKK'U. D. M. BCCKNEH TUIGG &BUCKNEU. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OREF.NVI1.LR, HIS8. Oftlce in New llauk Uuilding, Mala, ptrect up-staira. g W. FEKOUSOX, 'attorney at law, WILL PRACTICE In the Court of Tallica, Coiiboiua, llolivar, Wa-ibitigtou and Issitiinena Coantlea, ami attend to the al, pnrchase and leasing of plantattous and payment ot taxes. W O I'M-s. J'Mhtii SklnniT. TTORNE YS AT LAW (ilf puvillo, Miwu Ear Will practice in the U. 8. 'ourts, Hupreine Court and the Courts of ashtngton, llolivar and Suntlower Comities. oct. 8. '74. X MOKTfiOMStiV. I 11. MOOIII. K0HTO0MS2Y & KCOEE, ; ; . ATTORNEYS '.AT LAW, Rivkuton, Bolivar county, Miss, W. 8. FARISM,.., ATTORNEY AT I-A.'W Mayeksvilm?, In.qH-n County, HIlftslMilppt, October 3,'74-nO. eTcThItogins, ATTORNEY AT LAW, GRHEEN VILLI?, MISS., WILL PHACTICE in the unitea States Courts aiwl tiro Supreme . Court of tho,fi!'e, and the. Urcnm aud Uliaitcery (Jour's ot v adiingisn. Bolivar and wuuuownr countitss, onu itttend to cases .in .tm-Moytstrate , Cenrts. do 7, 1672-tf Dr.N. C. Skinner, OFl'El'.a HI3 PRCFESSIOMAL SERVICES TO THE Citizens of Greenville AND THE ' County at Largo. Officb at his dwcllinir ou Mutn. Street. may ti, 1874. DR. ALEXANDER'S STOEE. HAS been ro-openod in Elliott's Tin-Sliop on Washington Ay. Every drug iu hiBstoro is perfect ly fresh, and warranted pure, aud ho gives his personal attention to Uio preparation and sale of his drugs. Ilo can bo found at his store day and night, ready to servo his old friends and customers. Greenville, September 19,'74-3m. ARTHUR OWiWR, FASHIONABLE BOOT MAKER- SHOP ON MULBERRY STREET, Greenville, - iSscissippi. , June 6, 1874-n44. Worthington, Buckncr & Co BANKERS,::! GREI3NVILLE, MISSISSIPPI.' Transact a General , X3&abia.g Business. Collections made arid proceeds remitted, on day received BUY and sell on commissions all kinds Bonds, Scrip and war- . rants. inch 22, 1873. KRETSCHMAR & FARRAR, CIBEENVILLK, ' - MISS. DKALERS IN EXCUAXGE, B0XDS, SCRIP, Ac. ColleotiMi Ba4 sad PrCoeidi rronjtly Kemittod. . Liberal Advances Hado en Gotten Iatertt Paid o Ti Defealts Special Attention Given to Pay JuneL'7 mnl of Tnxc " $25 REWARD Strayed or stolen, about the 1st July, 1874, from Glencoe. B.dlvar county, a BAY mare MULh. 15 -hauds high 6 years old, and blind A reward f tenty-flv dollar! h (iff'-cd ftr t!n delivery of said mule to me at (ilencoe, or to W. A. Oi lobi'V 1", 1H74. Ilclioau Eros t E. K. SlAFFOUD, D. C lUgllst ), - - ,.r..jtnrr1l , Ailministrator. oct 3, 1874 I i. 1SV.1.