PI l O ITKaiSilOJMAX-. -1
ATTORNEY AT L.Av
CD ft!--: OMf Pill to 0 I'M
jiUIAT. OCT.'W. 18T7.
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GlaXSNVXLLE, 7ASIHlTGTON COI7ITT, UISS.; SATTJHDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1817.
no. 12 1
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Arkhn.n anil HUuonrl Line. . ,
TriineuMe and Keutui'kf Him.
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A. B. HN LAY & CO.,
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PEltF UMF.RY, TOILRT 80APS,
Paints, Oil, uycs, i.ib.
" ' ( ' ALSO .' ' .'
SODA AND IHNERAL
. On SraugM and in Bottles, j
T9F nnlnn sols, nml ; CiBftlon
Grass snd Flower seeds of ftlldo-
Corner- JSfttsTiingtou Avenne sno
' Mnlborrv atrneti, ;
Tm ChicII rVwtfiiiss. ' I i Urjre flieytri la Clasiablppl.
PuM Dmactt la Hi X, p. PI ajrune.
Mv A. V. Davis resides at Pas
Christian, on tbe Mobile tuul New
Orleans railroad, and owl a large
vineyard ' of eupperneai grape
Tinea, sis miles distant in tbe pine
laud beyond Wolfe river. We
lately visited this vineyard, in
company with Mr. Davis, and ex
amined his wine cellars and wines.
Mr. Davis't viucyard covers
about .eighty acres, and he has
tweuty-ninehuudred bearing viues
lie thinks that scuppcruoug viues
should be planted forty feet apart,
each way. Many plant them from
thirty to thirty-five feet, and some
uearcr. He had forty barrels of
wtne fermenting in hiseellar wheu
frono and two tears old In bottles
and In barrels, lie makes princi
pally champagne, and but lltte
still wine. Bo far as my Judgment
ii oufristdliisr wt appears to
befexollli'lt.J It?hftjueeu highly
couipliinouted by those who protess
to be judges. We do not profess
io be a judge of wiuos, but from
samples we saw, and facts obtain
ad, we bave evory cou'tidence that
Mr. Davl will succeed in produ
cing Bcuppornong chumpngue that
will rank high lit '.lie markets, ami
we see no reason why he may not
make as good an article as may bo
made lu Europe. Mr.VanBurcn,
of Georgia, iidnistnei he has
made champagne from this grapo
that surpasses in : real merit any
that Is made its Europe. Mr. Da-
vj is a man of ample means, of
energy, intelligence and cuterprteo
aid lis has resolved to inaku grape
culture and Mississippi champiigue
a success, regardlefta of time or
exp'uURoit Ho has ttiiule some mis
takes, which arc inevitable in the
Iwirfimiu! of nil inch cntcrnnspg,
iiitlHiusuc isil Uti-tof wine
niakers, hut ho will he prepared Id
itukug up his next crop to miike
a belter w ine than he has over had
before. Ho nmkee no oflbrt to sell
his wiu, litit pMrfwMu Jtve tjicm
tUth M !Aaiii bviWJ ttti anil to
MEETIXS OF OCTOBEH S. . .
The folloTring accounts were al
From Corporation Fund. ? r
Sheriff feeding prisoners, $145 50
Street supervisor, . 87 25
Win. Marshall feeding horse 20 00
do clerk's salary, 25 00
George Archer, stationery, . 4 80
J ohu Gleason, policeman, 50 00
City Marshal, 100 00
: FromTanpcr Fund. ,
W A Ererinau, cash paid for
transporting paupers, , 7 00
G W Walker, bury'g paupr 10 00
City physician. 25 00
From Firo Fund.
ArutMrong, cart driver, 40 00
fMtv attii?ar.iN Mnw-nS 00
J Vj. f
Liecns&W retm liquor wen
granted to II. Bchlesinger, I. A.
Newman, I. Iscnberg. Fctitiou of
it. ltadjcsky ordered fileil. '
IlcixKnor Oply BtturMy. for flic
montlBcptluiuir roaeived anil
Petition In regard to pardon of
Sam Fowle aud John Harden post
W. A. Evorman, John Hanway
and Theodore Pohl wera appoint
ed a committee to act m regard to
the collection of delinquent taxes,
Street supervisor empowered to
net with reirard to. sidewalk on
each side of Mulberry street.
Wk, Marshal.!., Clerk..
Ii Text Book far Eississlppi
tl. nil wa ava -----
f, is a urQcr.oJS almoat unrytiul
meri i r uy 1l tr jaWed joumnl'
MhiM wiaavCult. )4ttor gc.n-l
iinsttf wWe40uK 4va4iind til
We learn with pleasure that Col
WU. '.McCanIIu. has bettt soliul
tedWrci4ra 'a hUtoij WlrtK-
iippi as a test book for the publiv
schools of the State, .and. that he
will linvihe assistance of Col', i.
F. II. Claiborne, who, like hiui
uiatei i l iii the preparation of his
own v.i k w hich win do ui me
di'v:.i Oolj HeCaWIAn The
littler will pcrt'ornt the tasks as one
of 4v ftir; tli4atit9Ui!Qriwi$ft iui-
vanccinciit lie hits cicvoicti many
years of a laborious life. His ex
tensive lal'ormailon nud varied ro
foufft'i qitftlTrnl" sdaalrably for
thevaak r nud wo are please to
uolifv our school authorities of
his enterprise in ndvance.Jack.
Tbe 'nruBSWicker'a" story
: ; the) Prodigal Son.
vr. A. Pollock,
W, 1'. KHKfacHMAS,
' For convenience of reference, we
. herewith publish a tabular statu
! incut of Bute. Leveo and Town
taxes: ; : t' ; , ; V';'.,' '.
, Pbivileob Taxes.',
Ob aaeh tot atock nailer SI .000.....
Oa aaeh ttorettoek oftl.OOO toS.000. . . , .15 00
each (tore tock of 43,000 to ,ooo. . ... 00
OB each store slock of 4S.000 to W.OOO. . . . 09
On. each ttor stock of.ag.ooo to W.ono.,
Oa aMB sfon stoek of all tno to IMOS ,. .80 oo
Wmcb store aloes orilil.ono o M.ooo. . M oil
On each store stock of SM.noo to ss.ooo. .1W no
tOsfMiAsloehtr aJ,0U0,., ....! 00
i Onnhl,00rahutloBof Property, i
1 State tax, general purposes, 8 mills,
' Utah, tiAnila 9 mills."
COCJITY TAX LEVY 1877.
1: ' '
Bahool Ta ii i
Transact a General ,
Bought and Sold. '
, Rnocialattciition to the VJ'
of taxes In this district. ; at)22,'7B.
1&1 KotVl Bonds Jl L' "
Total Connty Tax '
' - Towk TAXES,
General Purposes ' "
WVUVUI VsEsVBaalBSi W
,f!ciittr pourii ou cotton, ri
ccai. pe fonsi oh-costonand
' ..BOOT iND S203SIAXE3, -
I (tRKBM V1LLB. .; t !
. mvIs nvtrii-iMltO
t?h- Ta,. T' 7'
Having openea ""ZZ
Bhon. I sin now prepared to make
- Rods ana &fioes, ,
of any style or desct:iption to or
" 9 i. i .r.rfi,iiv Ask the Bcople
country tor a ni -" i --,v
same. Kopu . -
.(.!. ..m infclT fob r f
January 10. 101
.fwl I tiM I
r t Lncr 'jv'" !3""'' "m i " , j-f a a'.
. 'Yer.see, fellers, a good , way
back a long time before Jografj-illa.-nvcrod
-there lived an old
farmer by the name of Procligat,
and ho had two sons. He was
protty, soliiVrthe .old junn hud
several quarter-sections,, of land,
and cattle, and sheep, aud hogs,
until vou couldn't rest. There
warn't no politics in them days
and old Prodigal didn't git any
fool notion in hit head ofiunuing
for irovoruor. He- Just 'tended
strictly to tho agricultural busl
ness, and throw money down into
the barrel hand over flat. , Well
his boys come of age, and ano 01
em told the old man he'd take his
.Wr of the stamps that would be
i-couilwr toliiiu when, , W6;MacT of
: . L .. i ti'.t it--
tno ranctt.piHfBcs1"1"-! Mlv "
hu riihtawftvi" and ko off aud
tirns'nect on his own hook. Ulu
Prod gavo him, lialf. 9f ill .he Jiad
and, the smart Aleck, shot into tue
citv the first thing.' He was green,
yott know, and flie cappers spotted
him osj' soob n? bo landed They
got hiui f o back agin' . mont6,, and
fsrs, and bunko,' nud it warn't long
before he reached the bottom nick
el, lie played IC on thd souri houses!
nud. free lunches , lor a, wmie, ou
ho got bounced at last, and sent to
the rock pile for a vag. When be
como out the dtirued snoak started
hotno to git another stake. ' Old
Prodigal took him in, and got up
ahaibccue, and put tip for him
mmcrally. - The other son the one
which had sta 4 Jat home (lhe
hme-stlcled ngrrf this, 'it 'peared
to him that ho warn't gittln' a
nuare deakt Aki when the old
nt nil r. tAk l,lsX-.-im calf, and
mnt nA or u ' bln brother,
Pi nll ,. &
u:,i it diiwh like this:
more joy f lnety-nine sinners
u-iiinii.rasnrii wuu ti.B
'off-' That A,ture
.... . ktnaaavdi-meBer. and oniflit
sell them when thev are three, four
or fivo years of ngev ' ' 1 ' ' ' ' '
lie has wine cellars, built nt a
and maiilpplatiug a thousand bar
rels of wine., ; , , ; ",
Tho eighty acres covered by hi
vluoynrds, though tho vines were
limited, but ilvo years .Wo,, he
thinks should produce grapes sunt
clcnt' to makefiles hundred bei''
rels of wine next year. When the
vines are from Mght to ten years
old, he thinks they should m&ko
from eight, hundred to a thousand
barrels vearlv. and moro as ine
vines became older. Tills wine
whon,w.cll made, should roadily
sell ot'a dollar galloE.'tfiH ftill
nine, aud when bottled and put
up as champagne, it should have
ready sale at $12 a dozen bottles
The pine lands bctwcoit Pearl
river and Alabama, even the pine
flats, are excellent soil for scuppcr
nong grapes. Mr. Davis thinks
thcro is no better soil in America
for this vino than the Mississippi
coast, and tho country in the rear
Of it. ,
One of the earliest settlers of the
country aroand Lake Champlain
stood the character aud disposition
of the red-skiu natives of the for
est, and lived with them in much
harmony, frequently employiug
them to row him up and down the
lake, as he had occasion. Ouc
stont fellow by the name of Big
Bear had his wigwam at no great
distance from tho Colonel's dwell
ing, and was often there. . The
Colonel, having occasiou to visit a
distant shore of the lake, employ
ed Big Bear to row biut iu his
canoe. Ou their return, the' Pj
ed Jiear a hih yot. sloping ledge
of rock, ou which lay au immense
uuiubor of. rattlesnakes asleep aud
baskiue iu the sun... The .Indian
gave a peuotraUiig.look.at the Col-
nel and than inquired :. . -..
t "Raymun love fun? dv,.
"Yes,'! was the reply...-
" Well, then, Baymun have fun.
Mind Indian aud hold your tongue.
, So he rowed along,-ileu,t and
slow, aud cut a crotclied stick
from a bunch of hazels upon the
bank. ,-i 1 1 -tc.s t
"Steady now, Raymun,", , said
he, clapping the crotch astride the
neck of a serpent that wasosleep
close to tho edge of the water.
Take urn now,-Raymun., Hole
,'i'he Colonel .then took hold pi
the (tick, kceplug tbe anako dowu,
while Bill . Bear tied : up , a. littlo
sack ot powder,, putting one end
of a slow match therein, no tbot
inado t fast, to, the snake's tall,
and suttlne firs to tbe match, gavo
the order to 'Lt um go 1", at the
Kama ilino nushinit the catioe otf
ftom tho shore. The snake, being
liberated, crawled away to his don
Thj, Indian, then atood UP n,ul
clapped bis hands, making as loud
a noise as possible, aud thus rotis
ed ,tho other, serpents, who In i
moment disappeared. , .
Now look, Raymun, now loos
seofuu." .aud Iu about a minute
the powder exploded, when there
was to be sure fun alive. ID
gnukesjn thouwiuds covered the
ok, all hissing, rati ling, twlniug,
twilling, , aud Jumping, in. every
way imaginable. Colonel Uay
hurst into a loud laoirh that
echoed across' the' ink 6, piijiised
allk with the 'success of the trick
and the' ingenuity ot tho'savnge's
iiiveutlou. But Big Bear from Hip
begiuuiiig to tho end' was as grave
as a judge, not moving a muslo.
ami not having tlio least show of
rinlbility iu his countenance.
Randall Nominated Speaker.
1 called old
Jl -l.t t.Hlrfl
. .OO UIU . I KUIM"1
like this : 'There is
,UH . Effused.
.Austin, Gazette, 9th: As will be
seep elsewhere from the telegrams
rcceifdd yettefdlif, Ihe Dlifa gov
orUiiient.'frtim JuabUity oj- India-'
DosUdon. has treated tho extendi-
tlon d ejmaods if GovqVuor Jlub-
bard with contempt, ana turneu
the five escaped murderers from
Hidalgo and Uvalde counties loose,
ia, JAatamoras. Gov.eriior,,,Iiiib
hird,'s liorff f !l d'g'ii Jtho
MieFrtifflrtstrato' of !the ciMiAob-
wcalthf'tt!pJWr ordering tho ex
tradition, agent to luakopo furth
er demands, and avows , Ids. pur
pose to appeal to tho Federal gov
ernment for i redress, . It Uibs np.
pearsi that the Dial government,'
with its boasted avowal oi an non-
estpurpese to comply wun ne
treaty obligations existing between
the United States and Mexico, Is
guilty of puuloiaiui ana un wormy
of further confidence Congress
meets next Monday, and we shall
Soon see whether Mexlro is ,o be
held responsible for a breach of its
nlighted ' faith auft failure to ro
"prets'lhe raid ft Iti Mndltli up.
oil our amiv. , : i
.niftWlilhi nkrtiara'ftiffliod, is
A rulo without nu exception iu
transplanting1 is this i Placo the
roots in contact with as much soil
as possible. This Is very import
ant with nursery-growir evergreen
trees which have a mnss of roots,
and all other lino roo'cd plants or
vines, such as strawberries, rasp
berries, grapes, etc. It !8..,.n,l
enough that a nlco place is prepar
ed to receive the tree or plant,
with all tlio roots In nnlurul ponl
tion, or that tlio finest earth is used
in filling up. Nor in it sufficient
tbat the roots are carefully spread
out before the earth is' put ou
Lm( i All these things inust.be
ijopc, aud thc4 it )'s hepcBSary to,
cu that in filling up the roots are
not crowded into a mass, without
earth" between them. The hole
may bo ui proper size, tho roots
spread out nicely, tho Jlnost earth
may be iihciI, nml the tree miukcii
weir wlicn' fllllhg' ' up1 about "tho
roots, and stiU they may be flatten
ed together so Ah to touch no soil
except nrtTle'boftom. Water may
he frcsfr uscA orhe roots well
psxldll iuioid UHrttar liade for
the purpose, and still the difficulty
only, gitraveted. by making the
roots-ffcrpicf : .XhJMi ;evcr. .Tbe fine
roots must be seiiwated, and lino
earth worked among them to sepa
rate iheiuiu widely as 'poaslbley
I .The meetiui of the convontiou
day.'iras' ilttelided by alargedelc-
iration of reDreseutatlve men of
the1 Mississippi. valley, and the pro
cccdiiigs wero marked with unonl
niUy of ibntbiioui aud dolermincd
purpose to press upon tho atteu
tion-oi co icrcsR a urwiwr mu
prompt ieicoguUipu of the naviga
Washington, Ootobor 13. Tho
President to-Uy signed the ap
pointment of William L. MacMil
Ian as Pension Ageut at New Orleans.
A laige number of persons in
terested in the results of the Demo
cratic caucus were iu the lobbies
of the Hause to-ubzht. This even-
tuff the New York delegation vo
ted to withdraw tbe name or s. o
Cox as a caudldate for Speaker.
Willis and Potter ouly voting in
the negative. Mr. Cox was not
nrMient at the meetlns-. This ac
tion left but three candidates, Ran
dall, Goods and Sayler. ; :
Shortly after the caucus was call.
ed to order, by Mr. Clymer,Mr.
Stopbtns, of Georgia, nomtuated
Mr. Randall, as candidate -for
Speakor. Referring t6 hlpast re
eord lu public affairs, aud his qual-
Inoations for presiding officer of
the House.. Goode,. of Virginia,
aud Sayler, of Ohio, were then
respectively put in itomluation.
the former by Mr. Douglass and
the latter by Mr. Ewlng, but neith
er Doutlemen were at tho caucus
Sayler was in the lobby, Goods In
the room ol tbe Commltteo ot
Ways aud Moans, and Randall in
that of tho Committeoou Appro
priations. This room was filled
with his friends, and as soon as
seventy-seven votes had becu read
out for him, a friend rushed In
with the news, which every one
aald secured his election, and Ran
dall was congratulated. As soon
as tho result of thV balloting Was
brought In-Raiidall. 100; Goods,
23: Sayler," 1 Bd t4l)lank-con
gratulatlous wero renewed wun
general shaking of hands, Randall
bowiug aud smiling, and express.
iui! hU thanks. The. caucus made
tho nomination unanimous, ana
appointed Wood, Goodo and Say
Icr to communicate tho result, aud
invite Mr. Randall into the hall.
When ho appeared ho was groetcd
with a hearty round of applause
' MR. KANDALL BAlD 1
Mr. Chairman and Represent
lives : I tlmuk yon for your ncttou
to-night Is most grateful to mo.
I Will, in ndnitristoring the high
oflleo to which I shall be called,
endeavor to do my full duty to my
cbtlutry, licllcvlng that iu such a
'course I will best promote the In
terest and success of our party,
secure your oontldeuco and receive
tho approval of my conutrymcn.
Thompson wo nominated Sor
gent at Arms, Adams Clerk, and
Stewart l'ostmaxtor. Polk of Mis
souri was nominated Doorkcopcr
and Rov. Dr. Poisel Chnplalu,
Percy A Verger,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
a. X7. CjLAIIZIS.
Attorney at Law i
Gkkbnvillk, mss. i .
JOHN X7- SIUEIX3,
Attorney at Law,
. GatCNVILLK, Miss..
W. 0. rhetpa. JoeBB BKiaaeri
ATTORNEYS AT lAlf
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Flokkyviu.r, Bolivar Co. Miss.
W. 8. FARIBH, iv ' '
ATTORNEY A.T LAW
MaYehsvillb, v-'.; "
CartaaUr. Mi t !!.
W. A. HAYCRAFT
ATTOBXEY AT' tAfi
lakes the payment of tikes, redestp
tlon, sale and leasing of lands a
speciality. ' ' ' 3J
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
POUT ANUEKSON, BullTar Coaalr. Hiss.
Oca tti-talrs over A. B.' riatB k Co.'S
DmitBlof. Waahlagtaa A.
Teeth Exrraoted TJitftont Pain
BOY. 4, 1878. ; : '
B. r. THIMBLE, Via,
U. W. Clarke, ' " Dial. ABstafy.
Coahoma eoutitr-tJ UoBiay of
September and March ooaUane
twelve aays. , iv.i - .-. .
Rollvar county 4th Uondsy of
September and March couf.ane
twi'lvedaj's. " . " '
Washington county 24 Monday
of October aud AprU-rContluue
tweuty-fqur days. - .-
Sunflowor county Yd Konaa
of November aud Miy"-conlSBe
six days.- i - ! ?- .-? I
Sharkoy coonty--J KontUy of
November and May coBtiuue six
' jfss'aquona county 4th "Koijiay
of November and 'My--eKtfBn)
twolvedays. .i .. d
CIIAS. CLARK,. '' " ' Ctawet-ir.
iVmhoma count v-4th Monday of
October and April, and contlaue
twolvedays, , ; V '.i i "
Bolivar county 2d Monday of
November and May, and contlliue
twelve days. 1 . '' '
Washliigton county 4th Mon
day of November and May, and
voiitinuo eighteen days. , '
lssaquona county id Monday of
October and April, aud continue
six days. - , " : ' ,
Sharkey county 2d .Monday- of
Octoher aud April, aud continue
six days. : ' , , '
Bunilower county 1st Monaay
of October and April, and'COB
tlnue six days t ... v
Nashvlllo, October 13: The
widow of tho late Hon. John Bell,
died at tho residence of her sou
In Mnuiy county, Friday night, iu
ho 80th year oi her age.
B.AAaMl (n O WWlf'i. I STSr 1 11 11. II Sk I . r----ir . 1 T i
not to blame Jc didn't earn it. J whieha synopsis .will be found 1
v our te etrranhio reports, were pre-
I . . . I. . f I L
M3XcaAiUIBlSUaOKurwnusnriv4L- ju !., Mimu
n,sr tnfl t.. T,uu iiiire..v.v- ---- - , t.viviiwi,. "I'""
will put forward a full Stale lip.s-r. -'L'Hvof brproprUtions for
StlPRKMB COURT. . .
Turin a nt Kimrrmo Court COm
mence on the 8rd Mondays ef April
and October. r
Statu or Mississiiti,1" ) ' ;
Tlv virtue of a decree rendered in
the Chancery Court of Washington
(Jollity, State oi Mississippi, ai mo
May term 1877. thereof In occr
iit, i.Biiun tlmrnln nciidlnif in
which W. P. and Katie ' Kretach-
tvnre Aomnlainanta ana l uos,
Jt. Wnllis defwiidaut, and number-
d on tbe docket ol suta court iso.
742. I will on
ThtusdaY tho lei day ofNevom'ssr
' ' 1 CM
lwiAvrPii the hours proscribed by
law for Sherifl's snle nt tho front
ilnnrofthe COIII t HoORO Of SftKI
county sell to tho highest blddor
forCasb.au oruio rigiu, tine unu
inini-KRi nt tno sa a Alios, jv. tbi-
Hb, or so much thoroof nsmay be
necessary, In nud to the following
described property, shuuum iu
ui,l Kniinlv anil HtAte tOWlt!
All undivided tliroo eignms oi
lots 2, 8, 4, 6, 6, 7 and 8, of section
4, and an undivided thrco eighths of
the norm nan oi ioi i oi bmuu ,
.it tn in l of rauuo 0 woU. Said
sale will be tnaao suojeci. w n nnur
lien id -favor of tbo Moiinc now
f'ntntiativ. unon which a decree
V " r . . .- una
hnvbeen entered in oiwo nu, ioo
on the docket ot said unancery
- - Commissioner.:
JUDOES Or THE 8LTUEVE COUUT-
II r ftimrnll, Chlrf Justlve, II B ChaJioeTa,
A. r. Cnmiiiien,
S. CIRCUIT COURT.
State of Mississippi, ''
wnvlctj on leer
, Taken up by JM. Smith, liithe
nosscmioU or a
v A Darir Erawn Iare l!uli,
7 vfti4 n1d. Ill hands lilurli and
!.., ,,1,,t W nn l,fl Ahriiililnr.
Thn' na ncr nt tliB above deocrt-
bed estrar Is hereby notMod to
come forward, provoproport , pay-
rfaunnw- or tho estrav WlUeaealt
with as tlc law directs. .
' . . . . -f f - M
A, w, A4ine.
Bobt. A. Mill,
Geo. T. Swuiin, viwa
Terms boKla tn Jackson on the 1st. sua-
days in May and November, . . , t
V. 8. OlSTRICTCOCBT FOBBOFTKMW
DISTRICT Of BUsa. 'n
Rolit. A. Hill, : ' ''
liti). T. Bwunn, ,. , -,:j . er
finiutlnns romimnr In .Jackson on Ihe ttb
Mon'lujs of June and January,
HOARD OF SUPERVISORS.
Rertilar meeting are held by the
Board of Supervisors on the 1st
Mondays or January, uarcn. amy,
August, and October, and may
continue In session 4 days and bo
: ; i. vi, ,
: ( COUXTT OKF1CIALS.
MKNBSBS Or THE S0ARD OT SSSVBOM.
R. O. ms, rmeMwfc W. VJM, JMI.
Watcott, lun Waters, W. M. Wonolaaios.
h t. M Watklna,
School Suprt '!
The Town Council-meets ob
the lit Tuesdays of each BtostB.
, towk ornciAU. t
A. Eertnao. ..' W. Salekua, Joko k-Wl
bWK okOsrshl, I B Ifelsba, Osrk
Theodora fiW, Tiaaaaisr. ' .
;' : .'it ""ZT "
,. , Lbveb Boabb. ; ..
The Tioanl of . Leree Coi'asJs;
sloners of Bolivar, Washto:a e4
Issaqlieua CounUeiM-BwattNfa the
2Bd.Motn1arr 0.JaiKX)itt4 J
ly QreeBviJlef vt- '
., ,,HI. -.,.
tonm'-'-''- . '- ""t
Kerna- ,v V
W.Sv iru . -- .v t r
llchiiii. t ' . ." . Tl . . ..i-.'ri"- '
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