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EATCZDAT. '.is. im.1 ryt. Tiees T. Gum teatria- lUuiftU(V8MtteiUt Eaeord M "tit MOMtattout- ItT Of th Mt OS COKTBM dSBO eCsing tZiw. Ee iim tut aa acficTC:r-jd2flTeoI- i asoawy ef e.nr gU or srfver ot to hehtwfj ateawy, r heal Uaicrfcr sJ rM far wkioh BMieY era ha tati. are asaroa- tioa of fewer Cad aurCr void. lit. Getatka esWoaxeee. EH - aan ia Va ... - ttoa. TU laws af Coareas Mast "i 'mm mm mam finMMk Mm mm vaj fwiur-iN pj- m nao Of BIS VOICei ue in eauoa, uu BClUicr aw fctyof gold er tUver edi proper I the beaatr of his words, the coBvleoarire aor his fidelity to the 4. Vn Miaail Tha tatoSraaa) l !.. I LI. LI... .... I C..k ... !.. Vodya lew years e-o saneaied firther eoiat of the oU sSTerlsrer after uerewt la the life of CoSar.TUt to Ue war the sad Jrtmmi m tV. 1auW4 reastad. It would hary he daiav OTPm i v - faaa to aoscyt OS a hal teader uewiiarcirer fJieeosoBU- at ubfltf la If arMMl- it tCastoKhoase. Eatcalyalsw of those loodoti dollars are ex- tut, abm eovBiry wuu a least ukadiaui mm et ... tatsa. maee stoypod Ike eolaaie at tutaaaber of flrefrsae pieces, what every Blaster does who best mrbu do Keatacky, Mar AC1aa7to to sSOaated at the kmA tW. , , . . . ehatcttt, Encliih caieimere U made iiuauiu maM a aooat .muAA aaTtLUtrJar. U- afaWaea BJIMfl ahaufi - I B0 mr aaallafeal distaat fee. CMmcUtlupto. Ito JTSJ mnL' " "l heat. ..MJXMLllk,dlrecUeM f PW ' ' , 1 v. ., a .J , I tractwow. v aniinaai. .iwuii h.rMfl tu. mmm Tarfc. an imi r.immi.. 1 aad Crnks, aad the remaiader Jawa axiAravsiin.' I t -. .-'-to. mt v ir.i.w. I "l . sw km, wMssi aaa gar-1 a waru wiciut the towa sTord I Crttt UfesforlU d..aoe,ud trrreiuyheeovtNby ym-m .M; ilriHM.lMt..i.i.nH..fVM . loot tun tUrty or forty thonsud m TutowaU,howeyer,over. locks! tykots o. erer, dde, I tZX, C:ir?XBSUUV It WOald be k'rr--toL:J It e-Tlaet ta iviSj wli aMdera rtEary. Tit tni view of Ad- rluertoto deserikti fcy Von L'oltke askslrj wciiarfsMy bean- KfwiiMawiM, fl. ata ..j ,fc.lHW,r,w,e' inert Bremen now '"UnJre aad taSEf aul r,Jf both from ,h. eoantsas narn ssove ue ex loaUMoftUrec.'hnnitlebrotd te of fce JMis4rte.-Pta Kail Eert lrta was leetnrlug la Psylvt!a a short time s-o. At eso of ii arpolatments he felt wry each dcrresssd. , It totpe- -7 of humorists to he mslu chc!y at times, and ho was la this toowiaow. Oneofthodommitto. m i.rv .v.. . vi cJ tia irss4 hnsMrtot wel 2 m'- ..s. mey Mook hsndi.l lly, the eommlttce sua Cjeoroosly. "!- Carte," he said gravely, -yen wu cad this u unusually asyelty." "Ahl" said the humorist MTss; the daa4h rate is only one icy. At tils )uactare Ilarte took the oosaasiUee au by the arm ud karrUy ached t -IshedaadP' Doadl" Maculated the commit, ttoaua; "Who dead t" "Why, the mu for to-day," was ue grave reply. The committee mu otarted vjth all his might into the immovable Botoftholeetarer. "Isn't there a clerk, or register, or eoroare, or something like that, of whom yoa tir.:s t& out wheth er a mu for this day died 1" "Why, yea. L suppose so," slow jj rcTta oe oommlttee mu. nrtwii yon be so good, then, asL1 tadoat.aaduroreloommeaee ttakcttaelfposslbl ut ft commence . , , slble, whether the thtwB"'ruoecame from he to dead then I ,U 0W1 eltr'a drllu Odgen Hofl t . t i.!. i... man. Are youVolns- awavf said cMCcadrifhe aa aU H;ht, tor F mtm mm rmi mM I . " 1 . . laald imu ma Ia fVHR..i... I wiiv-Biorrow morning; but if he is aot dead, I caunot but feel irasasy sboat myself, as I am not ... i !vi wcate-nkht. The kind hearted committee man harried away to get the informs. 431 TTLaU hto room at the hotel that a!ht a aorvut told him a rxttenu wuted to aee him. fie went down stairs ud there mot tloeon:ttoecaa. -I am sorry, Mr. Ilarte to dis- you," he said, "bntloould c- Pt a informstlon uy earlier. Ittos rit The death rate! est 7 of was s!y t aversje." and A Cr-ail ldw ii l.mw.i'ih. fmm . L,.PV"1" " he following t"c-ryClciUn lathe city" time. Just such mu would be a t:::: :tec:U. Che rHied power which would assert it, t. ye- 'j, fceatiuj u naex- strength. It Is very easy to do f '-V'uI:! wmUtot ChrW' the of oratory i-j lauat city. echemrsl.bntit itrlkon hti . Sentinel, a special eerreepoad- at of the Aew York World. vritfftd 2reai ABut Aaml tSnL I us the follow! to ear sheet IraM aad Clay I w I am sad, m Decease ail loyal - 1 COfTWpOOinU. (0 fad CUM of dllTsreace with uy odlUrUJ opia- llom. hat tk danelailaa mt rj ward Everett as u orator eusea bm to ear, as Sir. Pitt said to some oa wkoipoka lightly of Mr. rox't doaaeac j It U nlala air. that I ra hare aot beea ander the spell 1 of th uuUUm. Vr. Everett ' a t. t . . I vast crowds who heard hiat who! I M HICU, traTCICU, 0141 IO BCWI laad tat hor whea ha waa heard I the aaditor. Ia the discharge of Au. 1V.1 I n t .1 I World absorbed, the Courier aad 1 Miuii a, aoairu turn 9m aaca oo leasloa u atirriaf the aaUoa to traral fast aad far to dud theavl Ll.M .1 .1. .1. J i Uaeral aad seWctod crowd, theL At t u 'r1? thi LalUtadeat the BlaU Pair aud the f0B"t,T? ,eUier bmoubx of us Alamal at Uarrard, . i. .. , , . I We. If he DrenarML b. rfi.i h.i f,riDL . , ,0 h" ""Wcript. It had I " Armm Is all my txperieaee as his aadltor 1 T,r KMW woBOeriBi mem- 07 o tail out once, and from that ","f,TJrJ.w" ;. d with a word of las tut preseat " - eaieciBauy reusrea toe - l... I .1.. ... ,. (nlnMmn,n. . in. atH lull m Tr," " ' " , "Dre- ZL7iJmT J . ZJ duty of the hoar. That his gestures were stadied "V V. " rjT- il .T, , Si..TarJJT IStI whisb&v brotishtlato the floats 'Commone aad used lahisspeech " iam'Tnm h "UIV- The greatest pulpit JJJl whT T!E twvi., JL,.. lk. J l!!sr"mm?aa.lb.po, which repetition had taught him I think, even in this hoar, so many years away from that time when Mr. Everett pronounced the great astronomical discourse at Albany how that delayed crowd was fascinated to its close. mciuauiu in in cioee. i The end of battle Is victory : and Ur. k..mU -ftn thm r: . liii. v.: uu ioiiu wmen, ana i wlu dottDla triumph. The words I on the plantation adjoining Green lces of ffi Huutlugtou knoweoandhUtorTudl - .adtl'l"!'"0," to - our throughout our nation, .'f?...!!! ?'.r.' "f: wiodo oiacKsmitns vie, one bellows meet tb hearts before It; because LT T,!.0"!7M. u. uau rcvrjiToii, auu, receiving used In all Its delicious tones. He was a arresi ieuer, aua everywhere that his followers crowded around mm ne maae mem aoubiy proud that they had uch men to follow. I heard him amidst the order of a civic ball, and ou platform Just out of the dust of an old-timed stage- eoMh Jouruey; and the graceful word waa a spell whose Influence no man desfsedi to break. I saw him let his hat fall to illustrate the martial tactics of the Democracy and recover it with such skill as to make more effective the continued description of that party's drill and discipline. It was enough to hear mm. i ao not know how, when or where It had beu though out, bu t for us It was the light of the hour, ud moat beautiful ud bril llaut " the great TM.k jotnul Mi 40 'M wm,.wmu pctrikinof Pennsylvania, as he MtouiUM!d hat worthy re- I train Tram .1.. 11.11 . Tl llreing from the Hall of Renresen- lauvea asiiocmu waa sneak nir Yoa, said he; lam not intending to stay ana hear that flute I Who has New York now amidst Us millions that can fill Hoffman's place? I would travel loag miles to hear uy one who conld so charm the ear I hesitate to criticise llvinir man Extemporaneous eloquence needs richness.of voice and Its nower the bright imagination, the earn look, the quick sympathies, the command. These Clay possessed hraea his oratorr llftad him ' .! iroa U hot, J the I.mtb U fivtn to the metaL The roll of aam rfowm bervd long after their eofia have decayed, who owe that rerolectloa of the tradition of their eloodeace U a lea aad riorious reeord. We til aot jadfe them by the cold aid literal report It would be like eriticUiaf a I rework at aooa. A rorreeBeadeat of th Vicks- barf Herald tka peaks ef the mwIt anpoiated Marefcal for the Soatbera DUtrirt of Udtipi Captaia Thoaus W. Ileal appoiated a Capiaia la the Cfd- crate aner sad wae asined to duty u a staff efieer with General lit i 1.1. Ji - : g aished fallutrjr throexhoat the WW Wmt mmm !. U UH loa aad trylB itrajrtie. Ue tu bora ia Je3eroa cobb- Mft Bd b a oa of the Uto Abah I III. t.t. TV--1.1 Hut, was a ooapicoas patroa of I whct( hib weinwm w Oaklsad Collefs aot leas thsa oae haadred thoaaaad dolUrt.' , , , " " " , 1 T I wIbs is BMde la Califoraia. rrench Ue b l Ne York. Itlla work comes from a shop ia Boston, "w , ' ' I O .1 the New Jersey eoatt, and Iiartna ciftrs are rolled oat by the mlLUoa u Chicago. A Friend's Criticism, The Los Angeles, Califoraia Herald says "Owofthe humeroa. sidslighto the camp alga reaches us by ttie I way 01 Ananeim. a speaker of I .l. r. .... : mi mhwiiui nu; was Baaing; a few remarks oa the personol of the Bepebiieu candidates. One of the genUemea discassed hao- peaedtobe there with his wife The latter was very restive at the references to her husband. She PivTea 7 if,". w W J'? Up"d plucked him by the sleeve ud ask n.i uicapcuor. ranaw, my dear.saldhe, -It Is a friend of mine that Is talking now. Walt " r of my enemies." At0AiT,n --cllut things for those :who W to .ppredate beauty or their covering. - Posts ere the salt of the Intel lectnal world-xseasoninir most aptly all the good thing of life. PTJZLXO QALZ. dj vinue 01 an oraer given ov th. B.utM Glroult Court 1 Tk.. -I-. . ... . . . . as Keceiver in the case of .. o. p. . Hunting. ion ot. si. proceed to sell for cash itr-lr.?,?1.8?1'' Kll aSd nxIe"in7rot if WiiJ: and one anvil and other pluutatlou - Trichardso!!: ........ ifn!..- Greenville. Sept th. tdi - . . FALL Ale D I I UTER GOODS. Wa are nntr An.n .... .i.-v I - - - j i" wr vui snuvvsw VI DVW MU DeiUUIUI Pall and T7intor G00D3, conslstlug of the latest styles of n I aalltlit Do Ld.::3f Prints, Xlibbona, Pane7 Gccds Our stock of Gentlemen's, La- aios, Misses and Children's , onono are made exnrniilT tn nur nrAmm of the best material, and guaru toed to give satisfaction GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS A large stock. ept. 15, 1S77. CITY DA&ZH CZC?. From anil aftartha lit nffl.n. tember. ihavlnir. hall nntltni .n.l ?mPoo ng, at the City Barber r B t - - " W.M Shaving 15 cents Hair Cutting 85 Khsmpooiug 85 " SCliLESINGEU ft SCOTT. c. ..... UCITI, flUI EstLrnsx. V.! U l.rKr rirn that the partaerfhip heretofore existiar be tweea JaliBS Laadaa. Marcus Laa- itaa aad Sigmaad Spinfara aader tk. irl. nt l iidB. niurTB A Cs bis tea disoire. by atatual contest. Julias aad Marcas Laa daa sweceed to all of the assets ot the late flrra aad are aloae aathor- ited to receive and collect ine sane. aad have auuU au icgai tiaoui ,lOl lae sal.l pariorisuin. MAkCCSLAXDATJ, h i it-wi i Avnii: MGMUND Sl'LNUARX 5ept 4.1S77. We have this dar formed a part- aenhip ander the Inn same ot Landaa Broe for coadnctiag a feaeral hlercutile busiBess at oar old it.ad ia nrcvBTilla. and OB Deer Creek. Having made com- pieie arrBngeneBH to proeemie oar DBtiaees la u exteasive man- aer. we res.ectruliy solicit ins Mtronare of oar old caslomers ud the publie at large. JlLIlSLiAAUAU, MABCU8 LANDAU, GreeaviUe, bept. 4, 1877. done oa short aotice, and apoa most reatouabie terms. UisUras built aad warr sated for oae rear, Orders left at the office of N. B. Johnson k Co., will receive prompt attention. j una U. WC0STEK, Sept S, 1877. CZTATZOU. Stat or Mississippi, Bolivar County la Chancery Cotton A Coffee. i No. 428 vs. A. C. Terrell. It aiiDearlnir In tha u.t lifurl Inn of the Court from au affidavit tiled in tne above styled cause that A. C. Terrell the defendant in said cause is a non resident nf lha Rials ofMissitsippi, and that his place ui miuence aaa nis rosi orace is si Memphis, Tennessee. It is there fore ordered br the Court that said defendaat A. C. Terrell en tar his annaaranea hamlH nn n la. fore the next October Bule dav of this court, to be holden at the Chancery Clerks office iuRosedale, Bolivar County Mississippi, before Vici m. ui iui vuuri, on me ma Monday in October 1877, and plead. au.werur aemur to tne original bill of complaint fllcd in this cause, or the same will ha talma io r eouressed as to him. It is further nrdMit fcv ll.. Court that a copy of this order be OUbliihed III llm Hronnvtlla Tlmu a public newspaper of this State, priweu aua puoasned In wash iugton County Mississippi, once a week for four consecutive weeks prior to said rule dav. and that th v-ioraoi una uourt trsnttnit by mail 10 tha said dufanilant hi. said Post office addres, a copy of NiKvraur, property aireciea ana wuu postaire nrenaid. Ordorad at Rufaa Ihl 9ik Am ui Auguat A. V. 104 i. II. T. FLOUEV. Clerk, lly John L. Gill. D. C Why do short men hsve uo right 10 marry r itocause innfrlago is right of Hymen. T. P. FERRY & CO. Greenville, Misa. amWRIGHTS, FILE AND RE-PLACE GLY 8i WS FILL AND REPAIR GItf BRUSHES Keeps constantly on hand, CrisUts. tawi, Hilt Pulleiyt, Eadlen Crxuh Ssih, Doors, Blinds, Lime, Hair Laths, Cement, ftc. Coue KoTia-, XUldss AND LEVELING Attended to as heretofore. Jy7 JvIOlTSBLLA. (8UCCK8SOB TO T. O'CONNIR ) Saddle and Harness Maker Shop ok Washikotok Av. stantlv an I hand every (thing In bis line. All kinds of re pftir.Bg ft A H SI AH short chesn. notice. Sells and. works fubllc patronage solicited, tone 1,1X77. L.v;iLCZi:tiac3 UBALaM IK Dry Cacia AMD CHI OO 12 It I EH. BOOTS and SHOES. HAr3 AI7D CAP3. AMD Comer WihlnRtoii.Trn.i ttnl Miittiorrr t. BCpt. 6,17I Zlesutration Notice. rv .m:m ia the nroviston of 4 u act enUtled an act to provide lor the registration ot voters, am ending ud repealing the laws re- . . . . .k.a aISB lating Mrw, u ior w. k---poeet. approved April 7th, W76, we the undersigued board of reg u.Mtina for tha county of Wash ington, hereby divide the Super- visors oustncis iuiu nnuw eiacU as follows: crakvisons wsteict ircinss on is boaaded as follows: Be cinuing at the junction of the iw.nn.Urr linn of WubiuftOB COUU- ty with the west boundary of Shar- key couaty ; tnence c" southern boaadary line or Wash iagtoa county to the Mississippi river: theace ep said river to the line between the lands of the es tate of Harvey Miller, deceased, kanwa as Stella nUaUtioB aad Loasrwood plantation; theace ' . .1 t.lt. . . A l..lt pah. aiOBSJ iftW pawilw 9 vmm uau v said river at the last named point to Silver Lake, to a point where said road intersects the section line between sections nine aad six teen of township filteea. of range eight west ; theace east aloug the section line to the east boundary of said township, at the northeast earner of section thirteea. of the same towBshio: thence south with said boundary liue to the southeast comer of said township fifteen, range eight ; thence east with the line between townships foarteea and fifteen, to the northwest comer of Sharkey county; tnence scum with the Sharkey county line to the point of beginning. All the voters la said District west of Lake WashiiiKton. Wash inrton Bavou. and the run line between ranges ana , aner saia run line leaves the north bound ary of said Lake ihsll votoatLeo- to wnicn snail oe Known as MLeoU "Predaet. All said voters eut of said Lake, Bavou, ud range line shall vote at the store of Wllcsinski t Reiser on Marathon plantation, which shall be known as Xaluys-ilMHPr 8CPEBVBOR8 DISTRICT XtntBES TWO is bounded on the south bv the north boundary of District Number One already established: on the west by the Mississippi river ; on tne nortn oy the liue be tween townships seventeen and eighteen ; on the east by the town- snip line netweeu ranges seven and eight. All the voters of satd District South of the secttou line between section 80, 31, 32, 83, and 34 on the south, and on the north, section 85, 26. 27, 28 and 29, of township 17 range 8, to where said sectiou line 10ms the division lines se'ween mi. i. .nf . .r m.iii. o . . . . v .uu v. vi Kviiuii , aaiuv township and range, aud all the voters south east of said latter line shall vote at Stone k Kobb's Store, and this precinct shall be known as "SUieAEstVi" Preclact. All thavntara nf anlil QnA fin. per vieors District north and north- wi'hi oiaaia niviamn utiA -nan vni. at Refuge, which .shall bo known ss MRefct-e" PredLttot. 8irPERVISOX8 DISTRICT HO TIIRre is bounded on the sonih In the north boundary of District Number Two already established: west by the Mississippi river, north bv the north hnim flSaftlir ItsSA Af 111 A t w - j iiiiv wi iiis; county; and on the east by a line uvacnueu sa lOHOWS: UCgtUnlng at tha umlhaiil eAtaiAks ate 4i.taM snip eighteen, of range eight west; -, WVIHVI VI BVTfllB tuuuw imriu along ine tOTVIISIlip line between rum n.i eight to Its intersection with the r mil L.B.e aim Ueer Creek mail thenea In a nnrlhoa.toi.lu ...... with said road to Deer Creek near wie soumeast corner or section six Of tOWBahln atirhtaan eu west ; thence up said creek to uuriu oounuary 01 ine county. The vntva nf tl.U Sfl Jl.i.i t iT . " "i umruit residing north of the Fish Lake ueer creek road, from Deer creek tO If A inlltnoollnu aallk HT.I . IT 11 U ff BlUlii street in the town of Greeuville. nil I. . I . . ... ' nuu u ino wesi 01 wainntatraat to its InteraAfllinn with Wo.hi. ton avenue, and to the north of saia nosnington aveuue from said intersection to the river front, will vote at the COURT HOUSE, which Precinct shall be kuown as the ... .. .. ...... --- V H on . vgan atrtua)'' arrecsstt. Voters railrllno In 4h Mm. In Of Said lid RniwnlmM shall vote at the School House in a'awwu. at the comer of Main (1 Wllnill ltra.li .kl.k --- ---", n-uivil uivvmci shall be known u the (8cleel Cssse rreixet.M 8UPEKVI8OM DISTRICT HUMBIRfOUR Shall be bounded on the south by the line between townships six teen and seventeen ; west by the east line if Districts number Two ana rnree already established; north by the north boundary of the county, and eut by the eut boundary Hue of the county. J.1.h.e y'Sf1 "W'nlln this (4th) district will vote at 8T0NEV1LLE which shall be known aa MCttmeririaj Preset. SCPBRVISORS DISTRICT SUMBtt FIVE Shall be bounded on the south by the sooth bouudary line of the county ; west by the township line between ranges seven ud eight; north br tha Itua Ko.-.--.-. . . - - " wvvnv.l wwu- hips sixteen and seventeen ; and east by the Yasoo river, or eastern wn"ry oi tne county. Tha vnlani ..iIiIImi I. ivi. .L , m hiii iuiiii district, between the Sunflower auu iaioo rivers, will vote at Burtonla, which shall be known w Thoaa paaMIn- ..! .1 ik. a... . nIllvi viin OUU flOWer rlvnv mill .. w..il. Store, which shall be known u W'T Af. am saaav TIME OF REGISTRATION. I Tha rntrUlMM mill ha i places in the precincts above detlg nated on the following days, to ropUtcr all person therein renpec- mi ij who may .iayi benome qtml- ified therefor and not previously registered. Ana in uie am i c n..iB.rfa diatricta muiM ft... - . . in roters. as reouired in eoes ot ehangiBg previous elec tion district!. ib seciion ia wt ui regibtratioa act of 187. AtLecta. Mondar aad Tuesday, the 3d aad 4th or sepiemoer, -"' At aTlsaiaaki Isiaar'a ftsrs. Wednesday ud Thursday, the and Cth of September. 5th Friday aad Saturday, the 7th ud Bui oi eeptemoer. 11 Z- Monday and Taeaday, tka 10th aad ilia or Bepwmaw. AtthjnC:bwlEm Ia Greenville, Wedaeeday, the ISth or sepiemoer. la GreeaviUe, Thursday, the 18th or oeptemner. la Stoneriile. Monday, the 17th September. of Wedaeeday, the 10th of September Friday, the Slst of September. A llnal rerislratioB (and revision of registraUoa for the purpose of correciing errors aan erasiag iron the books aames ot such-voters mm la shown by satisfactory proof to hare died, removed from the elec tion district where registered, or who mar from uy tesal cause have become diaalified.) will be held at the COURT KOU8E oa Friday, Saturday, Monday ud Tuesday, the SSth. 27th, 29U aad soth days or ucioner, mi. J . b. MCNfiUiX, tr. Jf, tt.1 W. N. WESLES, aug 13 Registrars. ATTACHMENT NOTICE. TBI 8TATB OF MIMIMim, i Wftfjuaama Cmm. I In Wuhington Circuit Court, to October Term, 1877. Richard Burdatt. I No. 3316. vs. ( Wm. B. Galbreath. ) Attachment and Garnishment for tsia UL VTTtTVmr A fit tk. a.1 . wmj rn.vaM.Aw. vh mum .mt u . 11 March, A. D. 1877, a writ ofl attaenmeut ana garnishment was (till laanail h tha mart? mt tka Circuit Court of uid Wuhington eouuiy, as ine suit or ine said Richard Bu rdett, against the estate of tha said defendant William H Galbreath, for the sum of three hundred ud thirteen 60-lOOdollars, returuablo to the April term a. d. 1877 of the said Circuit court, the ume having been returned into t aa jaa m we ciera a orace oi saiu court, ex ecuted bv tha sheriff of aald annntv. And whereas, It appears from tne amuavii 01 jonn w. Khioida. attorney of rnnnf fn tha aalA nlaintiff Richard Rnnlall. that tha am ueienaani ivtiiiam is. Ual- breath la BOt Wilhin tha fttata anA that he ia, and resides and hu his nostotHca add ran at tha ttw r aionipuia. in tne state or Tennessee Vnw . ... ... . 1 i J ciurs. juu.ineaaiii ne- leuoaus rviiuain u. uaioreath, are herebv cited to ha ami anna ha. tore the Clruult rourt nn or before mo third day of the next term thereof, to be held at the Court House in tha town oi f2Nnia In said county of Washington) commencing on the second Mcndav Of October, a. li. 177 mmA nlmm'A to the aforesaid cause, In default vi wuicn appearance judgment by default will be rendered against VOU in said cansa. and tha n.......... SO levied Upon Will be aolii anA the effects In the garnishee's hands atHlL.0 . 'a11 Prnt or said plaintiff's claim, Interest and costs. Given nndar mu hant ..j ...i , , , - .hh aval of said court, this 10th day of Au gust, n. d. 1877. 1 L. M. P. W TV tut a rn..t. John W. Shields plff's atty. T AM prepared to furnish the Pulto wtth the choisest Beef, uon, x-ora, venison, Boar Ac, that the markets can afford, and I respectfully solicit a share of the publie patronan. Shoo o Wa.k. ington Avenue. Avann. B. CAHN. Dec.,'7. Cri. J. L YCl!3, Resident Dentis QREESVILLI. Oflee up-Main ovtr A. B. Nabr kCo.'t Drag Store. Wathiagtea Av. Tteth Exrracted 'Ulthont Tain nov. 4, 1878. - - r -v . . ceiEfta c::i :lao:ic:.:itj:3, Wngon-llakers ARb nAcinniGTc, oaiiMViLLB, atisa. Would rasnaetfhltv tnfn.n. iv. publlo that our loir experience 111 that BtWlV hMtajtasa ax a. a. a ness civea ns advanta-es for meet lng the wanU of the trade which no other house In our line lp this eltv possesses. All we uk Is a fair ana impartial trial. Wa keen eonatantltf nn V.. J ... J friale large ui well selected stock of 1m, Ml. Xt Vui VtX HvTs ass invw csai, sad avarttklnu in . t'.. , a vm iimd ai re duoed rates. . Mschlne and Boiler work done on short not lee. L. CAI7I7AT- BOOT AKD ZZZZ1H.Z fIhaTeeaerL-tiL-,; xee2eat low";- , t rere i UL1 U i.; , nsrNcan,t?ri v aal,7. Cr.-.: OniVEDGIvT Next e?taCc;ir2 The UBlvBttlty to tz? x except C)to Law Clz." -. The Law Dt-ru - re-opeaeo-- i-izi, L foMor. Horn. TL f. Cir", r -H. Ctriaaers, rx J. . Hon. B. A. L-VL t. , Earr. aai Lea. U. V. Leetarers to the Lev C ' -Expeaasa per E.l:a t. . months: - . tKoBtLsEdardit ( Fuel Fee ' . . Washi;. at tm . :- Lighto at to' . - . : Total CaTbxus, i This eatlatiia k rr" eladee everytLrr ti c ' cioiud;. Thai ace! v la t -, Universiey b la e.- tioaudt rrr it ed patroMisk;. :-rtL ; ror vaiaio an a4 i zj annlr to tia f- ' - P. Stewart, or to t y ' 11a late aLwal- , Becretary U4u.. Aug. 4. i 1 1 fecaie c:ll:; HOLLY tTZZZZ, Chartered In l' ' t central, aad tr.ivsn t ledaed one of tier k.;- South i with ' eaeed teachers t Ttri i non-sectariaa ; Ia sTiry t of the hl-hect or. jr, , . TbeKihaaxtslc. mence oa lioJ"v. i n . September, U1. Ic? r and other lIfkr-',!,. . . nlyl-a k. ti::c:2 s::: , MULErr.ST VT.ZZ7. ClreeaiTlllt. . auccRtxoa VH NATHAN rC."L. WholettJetadBallOMixIa Fcrcign ud D:r.:;t? LIQUOUC, CIOAI13cr3rCZJlC: WE call especial attention : wall aafaataA aV . " v. nnnn mFjm mm tit naattxey Czrr-tn RHK2, Port, rtrry trl ' delraVinest Cc:.;; ,' . ... . ..... w. chm ana .cwn x ;(i Old Lagarde Branny, Cil L. Gin. Eelest brands of atayl.h.. RANGER'S KOT.LJ. KTATI r WASifu,. '4 im mmm Taken nn hv Tnm ?" BOWBB nlaoa na t:a 1 V July, 1877, Cow land belxaa iii right ear, awalkw t.r years oia. The owner Is herety r:' come forward. nMwa re- - pay charm, or ssii :t. uuai. wan as tne lair X" . JAS. LCL 1JV' ZZ-lm ALECAlIDirui: -- -. lltfherryC'-tt GTlZZIZTrVZZLmZ r that I eaa aerriytiir all ol.l ad keep oa hand aaiJUtt. it and heatingatoirca. Alo, Chain. 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