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I Greenville Tiues. I ATUBDAY. OCT. SO, 1877. Tlj tzl Lzxi U ltr Creek. The Rail Road Directory con vened om last Saturday, to receive apetttoa from Mr. C P. Huut ingtoa, who has a contract tor the eoaetraotioa of Mid Bond, asking aa extcaiioa of the time, within which to carry it oot. Upon tho reading of which. Col. Percy moved tb gnat of Mid petition, ibn condition that Mr Huntington supplement bis contract with a proviso to this (Keel, la substance : That he rarroader aad roliaqaUh nay data which ho might oror have upon tho WMhiagtoa Couaty boada, voted tor baildiag said road. We pronoM that there ia Marco a man ia thla eosamualty who will aot aala rally regard thla require- ; of surrender aad relluqulsb- it, as superfuous aw If amaa baying a plaatatloa ia Mlaaiaaippi woall oxaot a faaraatao agalast being taxed far payment of tat old repudiated Boada; who will aot Indeed regard it aa a vary Idle pro oaodiaf. Tbia ooaoiaaioa ia do rirod from the fact that than la a aotorlous, unanimous, deep coated aad bitter hoatility throughout the county to tbo iaauaaco of told boada eatertalned by aoae ao deeply u by those of ae who par tieipatod ia tbo trror and wrong ot obligating tbo cooaty therewith, throeh tbo hm of tho bate Radi cal election machinery aad voting elements. Tbeee facta however unfortunately, hate ooly amoral bearing. Tbo force of which baa blinded aa to the real legal liabllU ty of tba coaaty, to a demand for tboao boada by aay company or in dividual, wbo nay build aaid road. By ladirectlon, apoa tbo day of tbil directory meeting, It became known, that If r. Huntington do CzUoly deaignod to call tbo coaaty to book apoa tbia liability. Heuoe tbo otjeet of thta resolution, re qairlag tba aurraador of all claim for tie Washls-toa Cooaty boada ; wklob Mr. Huntiagtoa declined Incorporating ia hia contract. TTbereBpoa tho directory rejeoted bta peticioa aad adjoarued. JCind Ibj tbat bo aot only could not worn tbo directory from their position, bat that bla betrajral of a daain to pat tho iatuauoo of tho county booda to legal teat excited a azaaUtatatloa of hostility aad eiairait,bo bad tho mooting re newsi aad ooaotdod tho requlre KMBt demanded. We bate publlabad tba parllou lara of tbia meeting t becauee tbo poopla of tbo oouuty ahould rea 11m tbat tbia laiaa thayauppoaed doad, may yet be vitalised, by tboaa who are possessed of that carpet-bag quality, of utter disre gard for a community's seutlment aad approval ; or to apply a nega tive term, whoie moral percep- tloaa are ao blunted aa to be In eapable of recognising aoy force la auch elements; and that the tax payers may guard against the faclt Hybywhloh aach persona belug non-residents, may npoa building the road, bring suit iu the federal Court aad mendamns the county to laaue of aaid couaty bonds as ve Toted. Ia calling their at tention thereto, we assure them tbat the honest seutiment of Greenville is no less decided aad hostile to aay Issuance of these bonds, than la thai among the planters i that Indeed there le not aa honest man ia the town, much aa we all desire this road, wbo will not sacrifice it rather than ad vauce it through bonds baaed up on the property of unwilling own ' ere. Aa it Menu thla vote of bonds oanaot be annulled, there ehould bo a declared alllanoe between ua all , M well aa a tacit sympathy, ia opposition to and perpetual sup pression of Its operation; which alliance we bavo bo hesitation la aawrtlng as bow actively existing. To make it effectual, aad perfectly guarantee tho couaty, it iaonly necessary to Incorporate this re linquishment in all subsequent contracts. n Izlrtiseci Kaverj t PraaOn Cfclcafo Tlnws. Even at late as 1790, when the first census was taken, slaves were held in every State in the Union . except one Massachusetts iu which they had failed to pay, and bad been disposed of to other die tricti. During the next ten years ,. alavei diatrpeered from ouly oue tats Vermont. Daring tbo dee- aie foUowlur tbat Ohio aad New Crbire won aided to tbo free cCSiweiltia. In the beginning tl vi-Cmrj feeling waa strong r u D aoatsera commnniies, crl Cut erl: of 17 was sop tA tnrr7tyecC.!:9rn rfpro f It- I.'.r n C-is kept -tt'-vn. trade icn.tl Clitea .r . y yartioJpa. - . iL- i ,-ifcucnt L .... JUUtluUJ. Gainsvir.ta wind an Opera Home. Vieksburg Herald, 10th. Ou Tuesday, the 16th, the mag nificent temple designed fur dranv- atic purposes iu turned over by Its builder, John Manifold, to tho committee author lied to receive It It is the most perfectly adapted building for dramatic purpoeee la the State ; ia fifty by seveuty-five feet in dimenslone, aad 3 feet from the fioor to the calling. Has dos eaa of ipeeioos dooro and windows to apply ventilatioa and afford moaaa of exit ia com of accident. Not eveu Vlckaburg, with iu boosted eat-off, can show such a building. It will comfortably seat all the candidalM ia Warren coun ty, and bavo room to spare. If the editor of tbo Herald will put tbia labia pipe and smoke it, he will oblige us. fta Cyerlrj EaS. Ia conaoqueneo of tbo inauspi cious weather, tbo grand ball In augurating the opeaiuff of tbo Opera Boum oa Wednesday alght wm aot ao irstt a saceeas poenal- arily ae wo bad hoped, aad aa It eertalaly would have been bat for the rata. Socially, it waa a de lightful aSair, aad all who attend ed enjoyed a aplendld evening. The magalfieeat ball waa lighted by doseju of brilliant chandeliers, aad preseated a spectacle of en chanting beauty. Nothing bad been left unprovided by tbo com mittee to minister to the pleaeare of tho occasion; aad whoa tbo waning hours brought tbo eater- talnment to a cIom, it wm the unanimous verdict of the partici pants tbat It aurpaased aay ball ever given In the place. We call the attention of those In terested to the notice published by the Liquidating Levee Commis sioners; of the time within which lands ou their lists maybe redeem ed. Ia this connection we would re mind thoce who are delinquent for state aud County taxes, that the ae witbla which saeh nay be paid expires November lat pros. - 1 Ersa Kcterj. The Russian Aalatle Armv haa gained a very decisive victory near Kara; routing tbo Turks aad cap turing a division aad much will-lerr. Thii Dbama. The Dramatic Association of our olty propose to dedicate the new Opera Houm 6n Thursday evealug next, with the beautiful play entitled tbo Three Guardsmen. The play itsell is aa attractive one, aad bM met with great favor before the best critics of the country. But to ua It will have the additional attraction of an sflort to adorn and Imorovo the town tho voluntary eontrlbutloa of the time aud talents of the com pany for the completion of the beautiful building which it the pride and bout of the city. We trust that the eltlieua will show their appreciation of the labor of the Association, and helo In the work of Improvlug aud adorning the hall, by a geueral turn-out on Thursday evening next. The abundant harvest which are everywhere so promising this fall with a good demand at fair nrices wilt suggest to our readers 'the propriety of purchasiug a good ana reliable piano. To tboM wbo would buy a strlotly flrtt-class In strnment. we would recommend to look into the merits of the MSK DKL8SOH PlAMO CO. No U Broadway, N. Y., whoM adver tisement appears elsewhere. This Company ia regularly lncoroora- tod under the lawe of tho State of New York, aad composed of eml uent riaao manufacture re. with the express object of Mlling Pianos direct to the people at Factory Prices, without the luterveatioa of agenta or dealers, thereby Mving them more than omi-half the prices usually chanted. The Pianos, including Grand, Square and Upright, made one of tne nneat displays at the Centen nial Exhibition, and were unani mously recommended for the Di ploma of Honor akd Medal or Merit. JThe loadiuff papers of the coun try speak In very high terms of the (Inmn&nv and that PUrnu We would recommend aay of our reaaeai wno nave any idea or buying a piano, to send for their uiuiirueu ana iseimpuve lklB- logue, which will be mailed free to far a Cvc OelevU Oookitil, The champion beverage of the South, for fUteeu cents, Go to Loi'a. FwUon Market Besf For sale at John H. Nbuom k Co'e The Steamer Pargoud took oa her lut trip near 400 bales cotton from town. The Katie could not take any on Thursday, on account of the weather. The Punctuality of these splendid steamers la a' very good eubrtltiite for Railroads. 10CBSSI0.1L The vote stood Randall Car- field LW. Upon being escorted to his seat Mr. Randall addressed the boom m follows : Gentlemen of tbo Boom of Bep- reseatatlves- Elevated for tho sec ond time by your generosity to tho exalted dignity of speaker of this bo ate, I thank yea with a grateful heart, aad I ahaD endeavor, with even temper, bat with rigid fina nces, to perform tho datiee of the ofice aad respond adequately to the confidence reposed la me to conforming my action to tho clear ly expressed will of tho how Yet, folly realUiag the delicacy and diflealty of the position, I solicit your advice aad aseletaace, feeling assured at the same time of your forbearance aad Indulgence. We meet under circumstances Im periously doaundiag that all con- aiderrtione of class aad section, or party, ahall bo aubordinated to the loftier aad bmiw patriotic object of doing what la beet for tba whole country aad all its people. Since tbo adjournment aa admiaiatra tioa baa been inducted Into ofloe which la obeyed m ths actual gov ernment regardloM of the grave eveata which marked IU birth, and this house, enlmated by a eplrlt of true patriotism, desiring first the public tranquility uader tho law. will frankly approve aay almcere permanent policy looking to a complete pacification by conatitu tlonnl methods aad to a coaso queat promotioa of tba general welfare, but it ahould bo held our sacred duty to provide legislation which will reader impossible a re petition of the wrongs which have occurred aad of the daugera which bavo threateaed ua. Iawumethat wo will take ao stsp backward in the work of retrenchment aad re form ao auspiciously began by the last house. Under matured Md definite plans for the reduction of the ex peases of tbo government It is certsia that still greater rodao tlous can bo made without Impair ing tho aSelMcy of tho adminis tration It ahould bo frugal. Never before wm It more argent than bow. With general financial die tress, and with labor depressed, with bury burdens to esereUe the stearnost eoouomy, when tbo iron ruU of hard necessity darkens every houMhold In the land, ex travagaace oa the part of the peo ple's servanta la uapardonable erlme. It la partly becauM of that wholesome policy, so faithfully carried oat, tbat I, am permitted this day to speak from thle place. Invoking for onr deliberations that tolerance of opinion which Mcures harmonious notion, that right and clear Judgment which purflea legis lation, and tbat mutual confidence and respect shall subsist botwMB the bouse and its presiding ofloer, I am now mdy to take the oath proscribed by law. Clapping of bands oa the Demoeratlo aide of the chamber. . On the 18th, the Louisiana Sen ators occupied the attention of tba 8enate. Bpofford's eredentiala were referred to the committee. Edmunds withdrew his motion to discharge the committee from fur ther considsratlon of Kellogg's credentials. Pending the quoetlon a motion of withdrawal of the cre dentials ofCuatiefrom the com mittoo wm made by Thurmaa. The debate coutlnuee of a technl eel oharacter, giving no indication bow senators will vote oa the di rect quMtlon. The vote by which Bpofford's credentials were refer red wm 81 to fit Senator Davis, of Illinois, voting with tho Demo crats In the negative. smu(j uotdvimiQ uj TG AO. We sewpir le JoW, Ontew, MeMU, nMMiraw Awt, f . lane MMunU a-Mxd, t.-i p- aa 1 r1 (tail akat a! h. c-t .a i' ! anaaad TW.A thaU. -t Ksant la IM tnJ, aU arM lat.un'-t. I ouatittM win aa wWl H tmi tUttert a wta ae A nl, h or Tm, hi eat re In kva W Ml tr 1 rt a ia mm tren k m. aad wai. noaJrtae of oat tm, we win M by aul aimM of SS omm. I fin4tt m of Oor. Malta bao. imJ lm laaei. Best in ths World, IS cents a drink, At Lui's. MR. WILUA1X KCOTT, a aa- tlve or wlgtoaeura, EcotiasMl, who emigrated to America, and resid ed, when lut board of, la or aoar Greenville. WaaLIr-toa eoczry. Missimlppi, or his k..re. Any L formation aa to fcla. tlarre to John Khnhbdv, L.., 7. 8. Ci Inburgh, Scotland, ootS9 ITOTICS To ell nyFricnda ;'J;rf- Th.tl k.T. removed to th. fol ovins line of gooai, pnr. . .v. lAvmArlv oc- cupiedby Jos. A. Shll & Co ana iutiwj cvcij-j to come and see ine, is I lure concluded, upon the ..liMtaiinn of many meuan BVUU . - inM the once oi 1 A TO THS PU3UC, Our ratt stock prises almost everv aride sow in itm eial pains la tbe.eteetioo of ths following Unss them direct from nri aanua : r:cLEA:j r blac:ic:;jv v ragon-lI' Ttc Latest Style d Uzlz FROM WEEKS & GELPER, NEW TORK. Cnd-Ecdc C::ts ed Stccs FROM MILES & SONS, PHILADELPHIA. Gtcts. i?crM:3 Gccis FROM J. S. LOWREY & CO. NEW YORK Wo keep a full stock of aad the popular "GEE? TIES A'ways on hand, which will sell at NEW ORLEANS PRICES. to drinks, rw: m . All drinks neretoiore ,mw for 25 cents, to 15 cents ; All drinks heretofore sow for 15 cents, to 10 cents; Guaranteeing that the same Liquors will be serv- i . But I want everyooay w know that lam determm edtodoa and hope that nobody will feel himself aggrieved if credit is refused, as l snail not make any aiscnouna tion. My motto is J "NO CASH NO TRADE." Respect rully, B. S. SCMMEBFISLD. 8spc2f,lm Sqblle i the i iff qukkxvilu, rr- Would reepectf ' f ..kit- 1 1 - i ihv ar ioi a AAvai an.i -m - - - --" i j r anvae mm dm.. no other konaa ts i dtynoseessM. AUwet and impartial triaL We keep constancy t ' foraalo a lar-aaad stock of ssi. r-rtir aai lr - and everytiiM Iar r dueod rates. xaacsiao ana Collar r- oa short aotiee. Planters wishing to purchase either Prett's cr Ddl's Gla Steis can do so advantageously through us. O 0 For "Cash Across the Counter WE CAN AND WILL Cell D etc:? C3 cnytcdy. O. 7e LET7I3 Cz 00. THE 13287-19038 at fira Csxtbiihial Exhibition The iadgai aaaataaoady immbmmJ ttw Ilcndcbcohn OBAMD, SQCABB AKD UPRIGHT Pianos for the Diploma of llonor aud Merit, PB1CX8 BBLOW comvBTiTion fir otriolly Snl-claM lutramaau. tSC3 PIAKvS f:r $250. And all other atylea In the same proportion, sold direct to the peo- Sle at factory prices, fo Commissions to Agents, No Discounts to Teachers, No Devlatioa In Price. inn are the only ones which are sold direct to the people at factory pri ses, aad the only low-prickd Planoa wbloh have received the endorsement of any high authority snob aa the Judges at the Great Centennial. They contain every Improvement adopted by the best makers besides valuable patents and improvements never before Introduced. They are la Tom. sa naaJUr, Election Kctico. The oualllled voters of Wash- enuntV. MISSISSIPPI. Will take notice, that on the first Tues day after the first Monday in No- a 0 at a. JAU f mmA vemoer, oeing iue oiu uuj month, la 1W7, aa election will be held br the legally constituted officiali. between the hours of 8 a. m. end 6 p.m., to elect the fol lowing stale omccri, 10 wu ; Oueuovernor; One Llenteuant Governor ; One Secretary of State : One A editor of Public Accounta; OneSute Treasurer; One Sunerluteudent ol Public Ednratlon ; una Attornev uenerai : And one Senator for the Mth Senatorial District, and Two Legislative Representatives for said county. Alio the following County and Beat omcer, to wit : One 8herlff; One County Treasurer ; One County Assessor ; One Comity 8nrvyor : One Count y Coroner and Ranger one Member or Hio i;oiintr Board of Supervisors ami two Magisl rales nml ConlMhles for each supervUoi'n district. Tbo ta parara T- uoea uns ciate, eotz'y i tax aa for tko txi . now dao aad pal;r J ; in uraenvi..e. i x f. statement of bell t; t ' too tan nesAB vimtiea at i Bute tax. General Count v. School, . County Bond, . Railroad Bona. . ! , n.if . LnquiuaiiEg lovoe a trr j 10 cent levee tax II Maadamua 14 eeaf pr s Tan payers arefr.jt that taxee upsii r-i ( teentb of Decerr i : linouant. aad ii ":!nr i , damages accrne w sopW Sueriar aad Tax C Tfcj Willi Tea C:;y Pim fVIe. m4 !-. I A T0,e wl" ,nl(en for or rar Vm4 SmJ Smmm IOttlimn.(haivniukil.,wllnltnnnl SOI Fulton street, r.O. Box 4560. NiwYoaa wntah or H fcfffoinj liauU you doll Uodan, to that wt rut Nad Ton all la tonnatloa aMawiry wltkoat tartbirlnt amendments one to abolish thv office of Liontenant lioveruor ami the other to hnro lileuuliil cloim of the Lcglslutnrc. 1 lie follow 1 nir ere the ulncesnf voting ior mo rospeciivf vlmillon precincts t in the 1st Miiiervlnor lltrict ai ioin iiii.i at Wiiixluski Reiser's store. In tho '2d iiiKrvUor'ii ilistitut at stone U Kobb ami m It.'fiiu'i- In the M stiDGrvUor'a il'mti-lrt at the Court House and lliu white scnooi house in Greenville. In tho 4th iurMrvini' dUirti-t at Stonovllle. In the 6tli miuorvUor'i ,it.ii.tM at Wentbnrgbnd nt Biirtonla. A flnnl rirUlpnlli.. .u.t Tel CCS!ZS3tV of -l?traiioa for the purpose of Thi Weill Tea Ce;iRy Mnpljr Tcaa to Ntorhaar, la eriflunl pankaaM, at kwM Import orkM, u per simple ii oa apiillttUloa. BaMljr Tm to nrars-tata, SonoveJ Doalora olhora, wkl la hud. oim M uwluiiiw of out poaid axh, la wnllr. ojlho wawoiarJly,al la A lb. , lv lb and SO lb. boat. 'ulf pnrtlcul.tr oa ppucHiua. "Mnif Tea to Poaaiora In hair pniwanuompmina utf, pltlBorprtBltd, ' nrt libtnd Ulacouut lhaa li firea tb aaraly Teaa far 1lah OrOera, and llow a largar inunlMion laaa aaal, and m -"--" ma qnani; ul I Mir moot Boad lor elronlar and iiImh m bmI "Par- IH ftlrtLawr tmnhla Tni We lis of tho hmt aad .( rt.l.bi boa- ?u'T!tLn' 'rr0 'Bd en,gln from awi immtm raauirin.T Tem in 3?.UM wU1 40 w,u 10 km their ordeni oetlS Cheapen la Prtee RXATHUOElXa TswrawatOtflsx Ovsrswug Beale tl the greatest advance in tbo his tory of Piano making, producing tho moat astonishing power, rich nose and depth of toue, and a sue talaing singing quality never be fore attained, being a "OJeoaa Mm la a Bejaawo Caao." Tb r:u;DELGCoii: IB tux man n amebic. They are proaooaood tbo " Pianos of the Future." Manufactory aad Warerooms: Nos. 490, 494, 49 A 498 West 67th street, Noe. 8&8, 860, 8S3, 864, 888 A 870 10th avenue. Piaass leal sa Trial. Illustrated and descriptive Cata logue mailed free. KBXDXLSSOHlt PIAKO COMPAKT. rairaat ,omci i V: It BreaAwaj, VJaw Tevk. the books names ot such voters "as is shown by satlsfnctorv want i have ilietl. rfinovcil frnm th tion district where regiitered, or w Miny iroio nny legal cause have become disqualified,") will be held at tho COURT llOUSE on Friday, Saturday. Monday and ?ne,dy. tho 26th, 27th. 29th and Leaves New Orleans for mu vs oi uctoner. 1877. BeffaU Mow Orlcaaa aaO raea villa Packet. Steamer TUXZ PAICOTO. h. WBITI, Hiutw C. Rolmoj, Cltrk i a Leaves New Orleana f... JtLJGrecitvllle every THUR8 PY sat 6 p. m. leaves Greenville for New Orleans every SUNDAY. J. 8. McNEILY, (P. B. R.) B. B. WORTH AM, Registrars. iTh.?"i,0B iMpeoton of " uirectoa to the follow ua urvTuione or tne code : eawie new Oirlooo, Tiekakew,. Srooavlllo aaa Arkapolla Paehes CtoiasT lATIl w. town. HMtr w. x. cabaoi, ci'k ? feet in every dl (TjaLeavH Greenville for 0B.1!Tomth,J'lVh' W f LAD AY atl'J p. m. Returning, ffjl chJ'cnf "elected leavea Greenville for New Orleana X P"y. "d the person vo- every THURSDAY at 8 p. m. "? be caused to i nose Bteamera reserve the right SETTS r P '" one direo tt the Cap- 2Z "SP" ? wioa may oonsiaer nnssre. the onnnalta o the end that ihu CP direction. To Passengers by these elegant mV, be eomplled with, Steamers to New Orleans make few T1" Me th 'th P lightning time, avoiding Railroad ?0V.Bd ?in rlr Provided delayaaud expense. The fare and Z !i.lf3r,pared th dX before general accomodatlona. a... ih election. . ' " "Tbli...il a .. oe commenoed mua tt.. " . excelled. ZM' ,n.ld0, rn on- the poIU at 6 n TV6 C,0,,u of ly through the cotton season- but ho3a tJi- p." "? "nd ex"ept an also through the dull nCth's.to SZu for refresh- aira a niinii - ( . i . . us nau. noiitinna ,12. If not not completed For the purest, whitest and baal quality of Floor, go to JOM.M U. AKLSOM m vO B. CH. J. L YCU3, Besidznt Dentist ahlimaWaluM ..77 "cn later than roctfe ume a. m. the following day." Grcoavlllc Ccry r The Beet uomcTioNAxin r- B33TASSC:: OniBNVlLLB. shSTi nJlop,ned Boot and Shoe hop, I am now prepared to make wots and Shoes, Jl-'rJ" oroeaeriptlon to der. and respectful a& ,k. " 0f6rvian.KnS: patro. !.V rft tba r j tune uaauy. eet . ndsrh0a.s A. CKi liat, aov.4,1876. 0V.lB,laTt, end I JTU,VSft V.. 9 .aBBaa AVb UAciimiov i Tho underslrad. ti . decree of tho CIisbp v c r Warren oountv and 1 alsaippt, rendered at ttt I term, io70, una nr VLt r therein named, will, between tba hours tr . . j. . law, ana ojioro sue t . i doorinOreenvi::e,ll to the lilghest bidder fur ( j following described tr ah or section is. tei. rango 8 weet, leva Lit I tho east half of eaat k . acciion; alao that parttJr IS, township 16, rane 6 1 eat nf Doer creek, fe at southeast corner of sr . llifiu e north 830 link, l o enid rrw-k, Ihence i.. vtvvk to aoutliera Im6:.-; section, tliouce eaat In r gtmiliig ; also part of s. , township is, range wc i ulng at northwest ror rt ) section, tliomw south M t , tiionmi enst to eastern i: ! of mill sei-tlou, thence r iiortliorii boundary of s&li r i iii'iico wi'nt to place or ; nlxo pari of suction IS, lu. 16, I'aiitfe 7 wfst. as follutt:: . gliinittir al n point 42 chs!) I i antl 40 1'luti iih enst of l lis nc. . l coi ikt or said ariiimn, rc t ihcnco duo east to Deer i , thence along Deer creek to t 1 whence a lino duo north f . plnrc of bfglniiiiig would I; ' ' mtiil orcck, I heuoe sou'.i I plnrp of iH'gliiulng ; sltu:t ' comity or Wasbingtoi . -Stale. VIRGIXIATKC Adialnlttratrts BMalo B. K. V Frank Valliant. sol. ff3T The above sale is I jeet to dower interest. September 73, 1677-8 I. A. Maaf IsWa . r Liver; BELOW PCSTCrr.-1 Mulberry street, Or: oaavaBBB I return my sincere tbant:' old customors for their f patronage, and truat they forgot to call ou me at cy i cation. 1 will give tir.s meals of the best prove. One Dollar. First cits ,t gentlemen always in atter see stock elegantly entari. pr.Lf.c: c:.LC. a. ore::, r.-' Mulberry street, . C Having just opesed ts. ' Saloon, I respectf"y r friends and the put. o ti ' trial. Tbebarisatr-- C::t L!;::ri, AAV UJA. , . r AFImE TEN iJ - bu been fltted up for t-- are fond of ttis liZ&f October SI, i:;. ON The pablie are rr;tr" mrmod that I aa at r anbwtaia all wko cr f with tielr ruaorr" s,uta. tin all wko c: r ieir ntrervH" Lyr-t. t i ' :tst. t: t Ut"" 1 1" 1 w. lv- laaaMri"-s ftreenvi:'.!, Atj I . ijav.