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SATURDAY. DEC. 23.1876. . ' Daaa tkr Snj rimt tart." Tbt utterance of be "drunken Democrat," who rule the Na tional roat, ia reference to I lie ' hi-licf ' Court iu the Slate of South Carolina, cut short the ex pectation with which the public ha bcn regarding result in the lleturnitig Board Slate ; the pre liminaries, the kiriuU. line in the revolutionary programme is thus disposed of. W e -urn now, going through the trrUl of letter writ ing by our leading cititeus who are wont to decide questions by log! cal weapon. Many of the most emiuent meu of the country oatside of the rank 'of politicians, embracing tome of the able t writer aud journalist who supported the Republican candidate, are .warning the peo ple of the, bo longer slow or lnsldi ' out, auproaebe of despotism. 1 ' our view however, the question between a government of the peo ple and a despotism, has been per -mitted by the guardiitus of the 'former to past the point of peace ful settlement. The conspirators of to-day who will In all human probability be the despots of to morrow, are now on high vautuge ground. We confess to feeling of small sympathy with such men as Pro- fessor Seelye, Jas. Itussci Lowe Geo. T. Curtis and Carl Scburt in their existing alarm and agl Utionatlhe threatening of the situation; tbey and the whole mass of liberty loving (for themselves) North have been 'warned as men were never warned, that the reder practlces in the South could but cre ate a taste for oppression and per aonal power, sure ultimately to ein brace their communities In Its appe tite. They have shown themselves as deaf to this appeal to their inter est as they were to that of bu inanity in our behalf. 'They did their utmost to elect a toot of Grant Chandler and Cameron, and now begin to realize their irreparable blunder. - . . I hey and their whole people will in very short while realize that the man and tho power that cleared tho Legislative hnlls of Bouthern States, will apply the same process to tho National Capi tol. It It Damn the South Carol! ua Supremo Court," now, but tho same disregard for any civil power that dare stand athwart their tath will characterize the Hayes spon sors iu uie future. in a ipeeh at Columbus Ohio, upon lits return from. Washlugton, (ion. Thos. Ewlug, assorted that "nothing bnt thnnder iu the North Would prevent tho installation of llnyes by the military power." We tto not bollevo that this sound will be heard. ' Or' that It will Iu uy event bo of effect Mow, Tho premise Unit tirnnt Dktkr. minks to inaugurate llnyes conce ded, niul wo regard tho matter far on tho way, to settlement. The country around'. Washington Is favorable for tho ue of artillery. And tho power represented by 6,000 or 10,00F .rained Voldic.il, would mnko short work of any mob however numerous or patrio tic, urant, Cameron, Chandler ....I .... . ... - . . miu senators snennnn and Morton . know full well, that to play a bold gamo with tho cards they hold tucccst is certain ; that tho boud holders, tho properly owners, the .i men ui uie .norm nro uot uui 10 use. a collision tliutinay sweep away hwnh, property and solidity. And however beautiful tne Ul'IKUKg of this das uiav rend, Without their ACTION War la I ... tl , . iu.)oeiuio. Aim an cmcuto of patriots would bo a farco. ' i no lion. Mr. Hill i being do- nouncea for saggcMlnir that tho Bourn make terms with Mr. Hayes, While (at is generally understood) Uru nro being offered. In tho rapid inarch of event's, we should give Mr. Hill a little time ere cou dcumlttg hint. It would certainly bo extremely nnwtse for Southern people to Ufce part in a mere Out break.' If tlij House of Keprosen tatives, Governors Tllden, Hon McU, and other Northern Dctno oCatlc Executives design a struggle for our Jlbortle and tusiitutluus, they should thoroughly,' 'openly nd promptly, for tliere is no time to watte, organize . fore in (he "North for that purpose constru ing the concentration of troopt at Washington as the casni belli. If -thit or tomo similar action it uot undertaken, and wo hvo amall hope of any euch, Mr. Hill's advice It not unwiie. Hut before acting upon it, left give Northern Demo cratt a chance. . Pennsylvania has called a meet :ing of tho pcoplo for tho 8th J aim wry, to discuss the situation. Portland, Oregon, Dec. 19. felnr ' ..'' -t Tkf Frople Motli. IndianapoIU, December IS. TL Democratic Slate central et mmi tee met here to-day, pursuant to request rf the Democratic elector. to consider the political situation Quite a number of promineu pohliciaus including Governor Hendricks and the Stale oflicrr. were preent, in addition to a rep. resentative from eah cougreauoa a! district. Kx-Congressman Julian ho had been to LonUiaua, twin called upon, gave his oplniou that the election in that Stale had been as quiet and peaceable a ia India na; that Tllden bad carried that State overwhelmingly. He hoped the Democracy would have pluck enough tottandnp for their right and nicer the cri.lt now. The members then gave the touilment prevailing In their respective dis tricts, as follows : first District. The people be lieved Tllden was legally elected and were disposed to aee bim through. Secoud District. Wat in favor of the inauguration of Tllden aud Hendricks. VI ... . . ... ... .. iiura isisirici. uut little ex citemeut among the people, but they were willing to follow their leaders, Fourth District. Requested the State committee to demand the in auguration of Tllden, and favored State convention Fifth District Wauled a State convention, and were willing to meet the emergency, let it be what It may Sixth District. Our people are in favor of seeing our men ouly Iu- ttallea in office. Eighth District. Willtntr fore peaceable tolution of this question, provided it lesults iu the Inaugu ration of Tllden. Ninth District. General Maron tald there was rca excitement among his people, and tome were inclined to go to extreme, but he Uld uot believe we ought to talk about war ; he did not think a mi nority of the United States would Insist on inaugurating a Presldcui. he felt there was a certuluty in someway for a -peaceable settle ment; the people caunot afford a civil war; risht it rlirht. and he Alt that the great end honest Re publican party would see that right is carried out. Tenth District. Believed that Tilden should be Inaugurated ; de precated war talk, although some of the working classes were strong ly Inclined to do so. Klevcnth District. There was a clement decidedly iu lavor of war, but were looking to tbf action of this meeting, and partlctilarlv wanted a Slate convention tode- cido on a plan to be pursued. Tho feeling it that wo must have our rights; peaceably if we con, for- ioly if ncrcMary. Iwtlfth District. Were dc leriumeu mat Tilden should not bo counted out; submission now tneaut submfsilonfor all time. thirteenth District. Were ex peeling (hi committee to take the initial steps to souring the inau guration of Tilden. A resolution wo adopted calling couvenuon orthe people, regard less ot pat political opinloiit. at at each county seat, oil December 3d, to elect and Instruct delegates 10 assemble in Slate convei tiou at luilianapolis on January 8th. to consider public affairs and take such action at will secure a full exe cution of Uio constitution and laws. spectively to the office of President and Vice-President of the United States. This election has been in accordance with the constitution and laws of our country, and by the expressed will of a' majority oxceedinir one quarter of a million of tho voters ofthe Uuiled Slatet Tills action was upon an issue dis tinctly made before the people of ccouetny and reform in all the af- fairt of the government, and the maintenance of the constitution aud the laws. Fair play and hon esty, and the highest interest of the people unite in the demand that they shall be inaugurated In pursuance or their election. Thit It proven not only to the Demo crats but to Republicans. All cii Izens who voted for them demand At a meeting ofthe Democratic central committee, held this day, it was unanimouiely resolved that a meeting of the people or the sev eral counties of the Stale to be held at the county seats on K.t ,. day, December 23,1876, ror the purposo of considering the present coudltlon of public affairs, and for thefartlierpurposeorifiviiiiraDron or ox presslon ot their views, aud of appolntingdelegates to a State con vention, to be held at tho eitv t,r Indianapolis on January 1877. In calling upon the people toresimn.t iv m ucuou or tne foiujnittee, it 1 proper, to state the occasion wnicn was deemed sufficient authorise and require lrr tin ir inauguration a right and all who Votedagaiuit them owe it a a duty ; American honor reyiir it: the nubility of our institution demaud it. There I. now a combi nation very formidable aud reck le to prevent the legal result i.f the election aud to tdace meu iu the hi'h orlice ho have not beeu elected to them, and thereby to defeat the change and rafurnit which all clae of society and all the great industrial and commer cial interest so much require; they have resorted t returning boards parly machinery hereto fore unkuowu ia national polities powerka for good, but preguaifl with evil; they threaten o aWparl from the rslablishe.1 usaiee in counting the electoral vote, by witholding from the people' rep rcscutalive their constitutional perogativeof participating in the decision of all question that may arise in the ttroceiwoi tli n.uni aud by clothing oue man with the power or sUowm; and ofeirlu.lUir votes, and thereby controlling the Presidential election. . The pur pose of this damrerous eonsoirar iiiusi be defeated; the right a de clared at the ballot-box mut be rrspected and maintained. As was said of Mr. Lincoln's election the people are strong enough to place him iu bis office. Our army must not be used to Place either governors or President in office wlio have not been elected: the urposct of the aggresive and am villous leaders which von must de feat t usurpation. It rerolu tlon" and it accoiiinluhmmit will disturb the foundation of our in stitutions and endanger the cause of free government itself. We cannot maintain our iusiiiutiont if the people allow their choice and will, as expressed in pursuance r law, to be defeated by fraud and force. The committee therefore call upon all the people without respect to party, who make our country's welfare paramount to every ot her consldcrui ion all w ho say that tho vole of the people shall not be defeated by fraud, and all who stand by fair nlav ami honesty to meet at their couniv seats ou the dav mentioned and in make an expression of popular judgement that cannot bo tlisre trarded even bv the most almndnu. ed and reckless enemies of our in stitutions and to appoint men as their delegates to the Slate con- vention on the eight of next month who will fearless) v and nrudnnilv make ttioh declaration aud take such action as will giVeour State her proper position and influence ninintaiuing a constitutional government and the rights aud liberties of the pcoplo. Wait For the Grand Mask Bull on the loth January. Jos A Shall & co. T- ' AND 1 " ' ; " '.' PLANTATION SUPPLIES, COTTONSEED. THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE will be paid for COTTON SKKI at the I Greenvilla Cottonseei 2CI1 ssi Oinaey. W. k W. II. STEAD, Propr G. . Biijjnosley, agt December H, 1876. . ; NOTICE. la pursuance of the ternioftw deed of trust male by W P Montgomery, E. C. Montioitarr D. C Montsromerv.J. m iZ7 gomeryand S. W. Monlgomerv MULBERRY STREET, Croeavllle. ZIlsslsslppl Highest CASH Price Paid For COTTON. OUR MOTTO : Small Profits and Quick Sales. AT WHOLESALE. The largest stock of ar BBT Tobacco i Cigaes Ever brought to Greenville. Our stock of FLOUR includes the Celebrated Gold Dust Flour, PLANTS ESTRA AND E. A. Stanards Strand and Blanco. AT RETAIL. And the customof families Jand all goods delivered W V. VliaiavV. SUMMER BECK CABINET-MAKERS GREENVILLE, MIS. Cask Chairs Reseated axd vabmshed Caefets Pct Dowk window shades hcno 6PRINO, HAIR AND MOSS MAIS TRESSES MADS TO ORDER Satisfurti'tn guaranteed. Shop at oui tarn. . lie fiiiircn comer teu tral avenue and Walnut streets. December 16, 1876 lm Comalsdaner'i Sale. " The State of Mississippi, Washington Cuntv. -In Csmdctt Court KsTcmbv Term,' ttTO John W. Shield ) vs. m Simon Smith et nx T)Y virtue of the final decree ' J- the above entitled cause, rei dcred at the term aforesaid of tl Court aforesaid, to wit. on the tOth day or December, 1876, the nnder lgued Having been appointed pccial coiuttilfcsiouer to upon I tau'. decree, will, on MtiiaT, tht lit lu tf Jaaury, 187?. proceed to tell at the front door of the Court House of ta d couniv. between the hour prescribed bv law lor shcriU't tales, at nuhli auction to the highest bidder for cusii, tne toiiowinar described tutm land sll tinted in the town of ttreen. ville in said county and Slate, to wit : ine snutnwest quarter of lot number iwentv-ttvo (2-2Y in the second addition to the town ol Greenville, measuring sixty-six feet front on Mulberrv it reel, bv one hundred and cigli'ly-uo nuil uue-nuii icei ucep. B. w. FEROnSiX. d 1S-J0 Specie tonimUiloucr Cl" I . tT.ATTT ATTORNEY AT LAW, PORT ASltERSOS. RJIraf tountr, Miil TIIE best Molasses iu town bv NELSON A FINLAY A (citeialal Tragrej. On September 22. one hnndcn.1 years agis within tho limits of the hhtui ew tork, Captain Na than Hale, of tho Continental armv, was hung as a tpy without the formality of a trial an.l un,i circumstances ot pecnlutr atrocity. He was but twenlv-nnn vn ,.r age, a graduateof i'aleand a man whose line literary attainments are perpetuated in hi irrnnd-ne- Everything in the FANCY GROCERY LINE FflmllV GrOCCrlfS bought m large quantities fresh and good. HU,v -uivtUHB 111 fcif rvilr r f n - ' ' v,. D.v. u. . u.,t7 groceries is most cotnp ete and FArIfY fiRflPFRIPQ we do not want the profits, such -onrla r, us' TMIIbf UnUUtKltd m? hero. Our goods are always splendidly bought for "v vuuouti an w.-.respond ngiy low prices. dec. 16 JOS. A. SHALL to CO. REBHUW; Merchant Tailor, Respectfully solicits the custom of the gentlemen of the communi ty. Shop at present on Main it., next door to Yager's confoctionoi y reminiscences of thit hero-manvr December 16, 1876-St. and tavs: Tradition has preserv- fT ed a picture of the valiant vonna phew. Rev. Edward Everett Hale. iu. n gnu gives some Interesting I - ...... I WIIU. .!!... Ml. S.. A . !. B ..u..,, - , , Apni, u,t en. camped his conipnnv iu the fields uear our Hunker Hill, at Broad way and the Bowery, and who in September the same year crossed the Sound, at Norlork, on his per ilous errand. T old in June, brlght-eved and ath letic, he was dressed in a frock of white linen, fringed, sitrh oi. cert then wore, with a yellow rib bon in his cockade, to mark hit ranK, in lieu ot epaulettes, He had A. NEWMAN'S New Livery Stable, BELOW POSTOFFICE, Mulberry street, ' - Greenville I return my sincere thanks to my old customers for their generous pntronnge, aud trust they will not forget to call on me at my new lo- -niitu. i win give mree tquaro meals of the best provender for One Dollar. First, class colored Gorman Crocsries FRENCH CORDIAL German Kimmel AND IMPORTED German and French Goods. (Iecl6 UAD.TKSKY, Mulberry tt, Greenville Hon nu fins Kiiied ov a shell at tho tiege of Loiiisburgt'(n 1745, When equipped for the peril out work of of a sdv. ('antnin U.i ch nged hit uniform for a platu suit of citizen, clothes, with round, broad-brimmed hat. lie was eianoreai Huntington, Long I-land, and thence proceeded throorh the British camps - on Long Wind and Xew York. After 1 i Bal ' IO lne outposts of the British army, he stopped at a tavern called the " Cedars." where be was seen and recognized by a vi, niwm, a uiMputed vonnir mD, narowl Samuel Hale, wuo had receded nwov favors at hit handt n former time.. Thit double xrmmr betrayed liim to the British tying be wat a captain in the f ontincntalannyanJaspy. Gen Howe wa then residing at the . v ..'"7' nr "'8 present lnncti..n of Kinv-fici Simii n.i was brnairht before bim. and frank, y owned hit name, rank, and ob lect. This was on the tweuly.firgt of Sep ember, 1776, just one week from the day ou which Washing ton had given him hit secret in stroriion at the Murray House on Murray Hill. 3 uuse, Howe had Hale hung without tr..l .dth6 infnmouf C Marshal Cunniniham ... .v. letter he wroii f- ,, , , - ----- m-iroin- ed, on the morning ot lit cxeru. lllth "vTng that I have but one Jife to give for ...j . iimiry. ine place of lils burial Is unkuown, but it within tie city limits. Mt the time of Capfalnllatc't execution he was eugnged to be married to a youi.if ladv iu Con- nedicul. .She nr. iru.l l.lin yielded to the imnnplnnlilo. - to . Iriends and married the never for l got her youthful lover Wh. .1.. SuiuuelJ, Tilden and Thomat A f,n,e toLdie.t the age ofniuelv oiidrieks have been m-,i I 55.' . . ,as. word the tpofce waer- Hainan." t . ' his firelock slunAehind (all officer, frlte wore inemtniis). and at h s i.io . . ; "" was the tword worn by hit uncle omnnn uaie, no wat killed bv October 21. HEADQUARTERS FOR BAGGING, TIES AND TWINE. C5We are agent for the new and -srPEraoit- Georgia Cotton Tie, which we will sell in lots to mer clmuis and plnniers at figures that will induce them to buy here from us. Call and examine our goods and ) prices ueiore purchasing elsewhere, U. W. LEWIS & CO. CITATION. STATE Or MlWiawpl ' I liOLlVAB Cwjir (In Ch;l! wuuu n. wiiKerson Xo. 411 vs. Ado . V. Wilke It appi aring fr.m duo proof to the tiitistaciion of the court, that tho tuid Ada II. V. Wllkersonre- riiios out oi tne state of Missis- ippi, ami uiai her place of resi dence and poHioflle in in M Tennessee ; It Is therefore ordered by the court, that them ! Inir in the facta charged In com- )iamuui out ncrein lor a divorce f ' he. .n.c3tt ,er,n of court, to be held in and for the said county of Bolivar, at Itoseduln. ii..i' nn Ik. O.I t I , Kii'iiuir oi May, a d 1877, and it i further ordered that ? coy of this order be published iuthe Greenville Times, a public newtpapcr of this slate published ii Washington county, Misshwippl, (there bcin no ncwsnaiinr imi.i. ... . . eoiiiii;;, loriiien laceor oneillOlllli now Ari'iit,!.l l. - t before the snld dav of hearing.. KI.JMh"1.!? ..K.1?' Margaret if Zl ",s court FoV termVapplto rC'"- ..... . vrepaia, a s , c. W. t.vwia codv ot this order. nronni-W Hi tect to her at WaaU i-LY.Ti ' , : f; j - i'v.ivhivu nu urnsg. FUR R.T. A valuable plantation two mile terms ap I .r from Greenville. ui v to rEKCY & VEUGEB. Dec. 91 Ii '76-tf. Kor Ilent. Nil . 1 a no residence ami ...mi ground!, yard garden &c, ofthe AituiLK PLANTATION, Ordered, adjudged and decreed, this 18th duy of November, a. d. 1876. A tme OODV from llm ml,tlni Attest : H T. VvoRtr, Clort, y U. 1. WRIGHT, D. C. dec. 16-30 - .' Chs, A Geo, r. Scott for compll. , ' l i .i L. WILCZINSKI & CO OBALkRS IJf Dry Goods . ' ' ' AND GROCERIES, BOOTS and SHOES. - HATS AlfD CAPS, .' AND Plantation Suppllcn. v-rw nuDitijrtun rtnu. and Mulberry it, sept. 6.1874 Sale and Feed Stable 5 C. P. EMHETT it CO '.8fid ",,d flUeU un 8 Sale ji- oiHuie on Aiuiuorry et.. oppoiie MeLean't gin. HOUSES AND MULES trautnt riralldlw. SOTT AKS COLIC MEDICINE always on hand nt GEORGE F ARCHER'S Book Store. Promising close attention to'mv business, I will be thankful to the public for patronage. C. E. EMMETT, 21 Veterinary Burgeon Weiss & Gcldstoiri, AVE RECEIVED Largest, Best aodChessstt Stock ever brought to "' GllEENVILLE. . S22SQT'S SALS. I oiaiooifliissugipni, iv oNinngion County. J vT Circuit Court. To Anrli T,...m Trigg Buckncr, F1.F. W. B. ft Emma V. Whn.n II V virtue orthe "''ented, Ithail TcVpoo &,?! .u' ,1 door the in . i . ;"M,",I,U IPonvmetw tl. Inthe hourt prescribed i. t... tothhlglrt OUItur, iorcash on Kriimi V WlT..i . . ' W B. & pSETThe publio are resneetfuliw f..ll, i m??!" ttothe say- -7, szFB: Fall Inf. eeipt vllle, 4 110) ureen- In W.l.l .. . ' "ICCII- and Winter G Finest Prints, Silks, ' ' O O I H KMBttAClNO '' "; ' Domestics ino suinn upon at I ho reunout, W, w II IlllVinir been l.,t..4 property of ,heDe. lV Kmtni, V Mori nos, Alpa UNMU,8riNfiAB&C0. (AS, Dcalert In ouBuaicu ii aiauuarv. a. rf idtV and recorded ii deetl book u o. s, Ui, auu Hie olhtr dated 2d January, a. d. 1872, and recorded in deed book " D. Ji0 pa-e m 209 and 810. (of tbe'reV ord of Washington count v, fctat. of Mi'sis-ippi.) each to teenre the indebtedness therein nentioned to W. E. Montgomery, the naderl signed a trustee will on the , . Mtt fey f DtauW, a. L tl offer for sale and tell at the door ofthe Court House of laid eountr of Washington, at public outcrv to the highest bidder for cask 'the follow ing described real etate in laid county, known atuLotUi plantation,' on Battlesuake bayoa. . to wit : three hundred and tUirtv. aix (3S6) acres in iccl'ion 10, loan ship 17, range 8 west ; five hund- ' rett aud sixty-three (563) acre ia section 11, tame township and range; threo hundred and forty, lour (844) acres in section S3, town ship 18, range west; ninetv-fr (9) acre in cut i alt of t'.-ctioa 14, township 17, range west eighty (80) acre in east half of northeast quarter of tame tectioa. townsbiD and rai and dred aud lifty.four (1W) acre In secuon io, lownintp 19, range west; all of said lands lying and being in the comity of Washington and Slate of MUtissippi ; or to much thereof at will pay oft taM indebtedness and interest nad the expenses of thit tale. W. A. 11AYCRAFT. nor. 25-17 Trustee. Grand Central llot:f Crccn vllle, . . . Mist. COL. I A. KIwTCAff, Proprietor Only ui Blitk tna iki BtMHttat I'i'g. ry This hbuto hat latelv been enlarged and undergone tlio'ronyh repairs, painting ana new furni ture. The table will be annulled .villi the best that it iu I he r nn ii. try, and defy competition. Give me a call. ' , COMMISSIOXElt'S SALE. Gcorgo Washington Vertlet et alt vs. James Gallagher et nl. In purstinnco of a dneren at ilin Chancery court of Bolivar county, Mississippi, miule at the NovciiiIkt term, a. d. 1.76. iheimif. in th above styled cause, the undersign ed will, as tpeciar commissioner appointed by tald court, on Miniij. the 8th iay tf Jaaaarj, 1877, at I ho door ot the Court House in the town of Roscdulc, in laid coun ty of Bolivar, proceed to sell, for cash, to the hlghet bidder, the fol lowing described land in said county of Bolivar, to wit Tl southwest quarter of section live; all or section clx; tho northeast quarter aud cast half of northwest liinrter or section seven : t he north west quarter or icetioii eight, township twenty-one, rnngo tlx; the northeast quarter and north hn f or southeast quarter, and east hair of south half of southeast quarter of section ono. townshlu twentv-one, range scveu. Sttid hale Is ntiirin tn ilr.. ..I.I d . u ,v CU1I.II flllHI oerco in favor of complainants, and the title is believed to be good. t. J. MONTGOMERY, Special Commissioner. December 2, 1876-18 Strayed on the 10th September, A Dark-Gray Kara Mnla. branded J. M. on left hip, between 4 ami 6 veors old. I Will lmv tlln lllntii ... the mil c. or ft.e iir.....,..ti- .i.. ...ill i ....... uiotigu tJIUD 111 cnablo mo to get hor. . t beer, T-W' POWELL, Iec2-5l. Effsr's Pnl... mi.. COMMISSIONEK'8 SALE. THE 8TATK OTMISSSIPPI, WASHISltlua C'tl'NtV. " May Term, 1870. -Kate S. Cay et nl , . vs. f John ill. Evans et al. ' No. 691-btll and croit blli. In accordance with tt. ......i.i ' the final decree ren7ffl tint cause ou June 2, 1876, the nn- s fJd 1atVcM - vZ Tf J cc,Iou ne (9); the west hair or section eiirht fo t l a north half of .n.uJ . f".W: ",e townshii, niB ..:.-V,,v"e,' W .. Ww-rSlff1 roTBlfck : FMej.iH in WaThn" 1 ana state or MisslssipV; and ftu ' or tat v ; xu.B,'.r prp nnH B "'"'esatn aocree ana cost. .and. win k. . .. Frnrdderf-" riKST MoNDAV im J it. . ... ?Hie takina t, aco n..:n..- within let, Y8h'Von bounty ' sheriff' of ws.i.w;HT. :. loner' nov26-17 i T KwTltEt t By And completo line of rTtStmionvt Ot-TOurdeDarl lltnlii t.f r. A lirt.ti SHoEH I unsurpassed In Uaul v durability and price. .. "y . M-TFIiieatiick ormti) 1t.... ....i OEN1H' .rCltKilMHINUaOODa PRY GOODS, uuav pnESS GOODS ' WW .Ap IHo67kTC ' rinUtlo8upPlit,d utiioritv ni.r,..-i . under the chnrton e.i..n . elwmVroceedaprW- 1 cribedbylawto dittraln on the J; forth. r,ax ',. for jh0 nal year i7r QtENT LIST herewith published.., I. k: """mil orpt, o, V v .'OnWashing-JonT;:68- ; L. D. McMEEKUf, - ' Tax Collector.