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giTUXDAT, X?OY. 17, 1877. (tffiCB RULES. RULE ONE. " a.. ? l" vanea, I00 BULB TWO Hnuar, one Inaertloa, fl:50 jff wUju.nt lMti-K ' im lot LS1 nolle, which an .'.VZii.iJtf tltia heed, da on btfor I publication. No proof , RULE TIIRZ2, .iHlUT, HALF-YBABLY AND VOL10. YEARLY BATES: iPACOCUWl, J 8 IS 80 10 15 SO 18 80 80 40 75 40 75 125 On Bquar Two Sonar.... Anejbarth Column. Kf Column..... srvJumia irtrBueh Regular Advertisement 2i IbTpSfM banning of taeh quarter. RULE FOUR. All Editorial Notice, except ihenaccompanlng the Unit Inser tion or an ndvertaement, will be ..mm! SO cents ner line: Ohltua- rice the aame. Simple announce ments of deaths or marriage free, person who wlah to Indulge In -k.t i termed "Denoual uottc." will be required to pay In accord, me wllli the nature of their artl. trie. RULE FIVE. itU I'OR ANNOUNCING CAXDI HATRB: For State and District Offices, 20 Fur County Ofilew:. ....... ......... 10 For Beat Offloee............... RULE SIX. Order from tranaleut customers verbal or written, for Job work, ad vertising, or subscription, must be accompanied by the Cash to obtain attention. Account of regular enatnmers due and presented the lit of each month. Landinn and Pittances from KTv7cEzirs I AND OT.IOTJXO.V bowst. thhlH ............. MllAllV Ri'li. .......M Km Point..... ft t.lllif WIMIlt Barnard 4.1 , ! I,iil,liia snd Arkiium Line Hkiuwlth .MjM ,lie I'rovldenve Tl NllllkMi.IU.ml i 121 Hnwth of Viiuk Vlpkilmrtf ......147 Wsrmiton Kw lrlh)ii 1 1 Hard limn liran.1 llulf m St. J RmlnvV ., Hi Nstchet , Ferl Adams "A) l.,Hiilnm Knit MMlil l.lne.... W Rill iciver ... , Bivoh ura ............... Wsleil.NI... , I'nrt Hudson. Biton Kongo.. ffffw ifcwmlwllip ffi V V BnmroiTTT!, TT.nTTTwr.Tnrr lamnT. 1SS3.. BATCPDAY. COVEUDgl IT. ISTI. CO. ' CO - : O O r" r H ' I as o r o i - J 55 I 3 3 -W 'I1 '1 Ereniig Solacrt I The human heart has htdUi treacret , : In secret kept, in silence sealed ; I The tboughu, tit hopes, the dreams the jileasurw, WhCHcehutu Tercbrokea if RTtle4. I Amlikiyi may in (; eonfitoiua, Anil nights in imr riot tljr. White, lost id Fame'i or Wealth'! illiuioo, The memory of the past ru.r die. I But there art hoars of lonely musing. Such as in crnilng tilene ebine , I When, toft aa binU theirpiuioui doting, . The heart' bet feelini gather home. I Then in our touU there aeenu to langubh : A tender grief that ieaot we . I Aud tboughta that one wrung gr: in of - Now cause but tome mild tear to to. I And feeling, once m strung aa ptunions. Float sof ly bark-a faded dream i I Our own sharp griff and wild aensationK, The tale of the other' iuOerings eem I Oh 1 when the heart U freshly bleeding. How long it for the time to be. When, through the raUt of year receding, lt woe but lire lu rerery ! And it ean dwell on moonlight glimmer. Ou evening uluule aud loneliaea , And, while the sky groT dim and dinuuer, Feel no untold and strange distress I Only a deeper impulse given By a lonely honr and darkened room I To solemn thonghts that soar to heareu, . Seeking a lift and world to come. IsSbfrmani Liar t Fresh XiseelUiy. LilUPCTiAH Lovers. ! AitesliaVUi Jotthcr-vock. PROFESSIONAL. g W.FEKGU80N, 'attorney at law, , . 6RECSTIIXE, .... MU8. W. A. PEKCT. W.O.TEBOEB Pcroy Ci Vcrcjcr, ATTORNEYS AT LAW; Greenville, Miss. I'launemina . IM.MMitfillt .. linrent . , Uillepe , lt.il t'hiirch I'lirrolllim lie Orteanl , . Ml ........ ..UNI m . .. ...... 41 41 '118 .. 4H4 ,.M MW ran ...MO IP. 10 4S 58 78 to ...... 16N lid im ma aw , 171 !M Afthimrt 871 Mole's Point. ..-'M, rkantas atin Missouri l.lne. ............ . .m Pidnt Pleasant 4W Columliia Oshiet ArkapoiU..,.. tttitfot Uly IMIrav......... '.. KsiKileun , 'White Mm Priar Point i.i Hi'lriin , Nt. rraiwl Hirer ., tomnieree Mlsniselppi and Tennessee Line. , Mnimiil , . Ilandoliih. . Teniwiner ami Kentucky Line., new naitrea Hickman fnlnmlras ...... Cairo '.i.,V ... Ownmerc Cape Uirardeau . Tower Hock. . . .'. . . . . . Chester.. M. Uenevien Ihrraeks . DUiS.,, . .4-.I m i.;'..M0 ..wo Nil nmi .... tnw 4 HH4 7'21 780 DRUGSTORE. A. II. Flnluy. J. I". FinLiy. J""- H. Moore A. B. FIMLAY& CO., DFU.HMS 1 1 If U G S HEDICINES PEUFUMKRV, TOILET SOAPS, Paints, Oils, Dyes, (siaM. ' ' At'.SO SODA AND MINERAL WATK11S On Draught and in Bottles. PS Onion sets, anil fini'tlcn Grass nnd Flower seeds of all descriptions. Corner Washington Avenue ano Mnlucrrv streets, . OREENVILLK. Fell ft- fi9. FRENCH RESTAURANT. Ratof TixtUoi, For convenience of reference,' wo herewith iiublish a tabular etato' ment of State, Lovco and Town taxen: Privilkqb Taxes On each store itoek Bnderll.000 3 M Oh esch store stock of tl.Mttol.UuO. . . .10 0 ench store sloek of W.08I to ,000 U 09 On esch store stock of 43,000 to 11,000 00 Os sack store stock of SJ.000 to 48,000. ... 00 0 eaeh store stock of 4S.W0 to 1,0. , . t Ok eaeh store (took of 412,000 to 15,094. . .00 00 On such store stock of 410.W0 h HO.OOO. . .83 00 Oa each store stock ofttt.M to M,000 ISO 00 On eaeh storestock over 449,000. .900 00 On EMh 41,04 VeJwatloa of Property, State tax, general purposes, 8 mills, 8tte tax, bonds, 2 mills. ' County Tax Lbv y 1877. Funded Bonds of County 5 mills. Rail Hoad Bonds 1 S:hool Tax 8 County Tax 6 ; Corner Mulberry k Main Streets. 1. VCVLLE9.0ST, Proprietor. Board by the week, two Meals per day, $7 00. Oysters, lish, Game, and all the' delicacies of the scapon on short notico and in delicious style. Sept 1, 1877. ' ' Gen. Stccdman, now a member oftho Ohio State Senate, M as a Mnjor-Generul during the lato war, In a recent interview with a news' naner uiai lte was asked his opin ion of Gen. Thomas. His repiy was of the most flattering cliarnc ter. Ho soid Thomas was a mod est man. and never intrigued for moniotion. '-Ho is the only Cou oral ou either side who never lost abattb. Sherman and Grant were both iealous of liiui. IIo would dio before ho would write a book as Shernmn has, singing his own praises. Sherinun never won battle. He is tho hero of defeat and as 1 said in on article criticls- iuir Sherman's book, "i 'It ilt be comes a General wlio never Won battle to assail tho memory of mi w ho never lost one,' Slier mnii is na bin n liar aa ever held a coiniuisaioii. Ho says if it luid not been for1 Mtl'lierson's thiiidity ho would liavo eaptnrod tho rebel army nt liesura. Tho fact that poor Mac fell whereho did, in tho battle front, at l'eat l'i tree Creek, ought to have silenced that charge. I was in commaud of Chattanooga when Sherman started on his march to tlu sen. He telegraphed mo to meet him at Big Shanty. The night boforo ho left Atlanta I fonud him and we sat up all night, and ho got as drunk as a hdud owl. Ho told mo to tear tip the railroad track as I went back with a few troops, and cut tho telegraph wire, because, ho said ho did not want tho authorities nt Washington to follow him. He snid they did not know what ho was going to do, and yet in his book ho Btates that he and Grant planned that cam paign at tho "Burnet House, in Ciuc:nnnti. lie told mo Hood was a d n fool, and would go to Nash villo and butt his brains out against Thomas. Ho said ho would go there and . light, and" I was afraid ho . wouldn't. Ho knew Hood lietter than I diu, but ho lied about the other business, for when he t'rt to Savannah the supply ship was waiting for him in tneir nar bor showing that ho was acting with the full approval of the au thoritics at Washington." Saa Fraaebro Chronicle. ) "I wonder do the little folk fall in love with each other ?" inquir ingly remarked a' gushiug young miss of some 10 summers more or less, to her companion, as she emerged from the Bush Street Theatre, on the occasion of the last Lilliputian matinee. 'I wonder whether they do solilouuized a- Chronicle reporter who overheard the. remark. "I guess I'll try and find out," he mentally added. And no sooner was the resolution formed than he at once took steps to gratify his curiosity and that of the public. Being a newspaper man of con siderable delicacy, he determined uot to resort to the interviewing process in this instance, fearing to shock the sensibilities of the minia ture woman by aklng direct ques- ticnts as to their love affairs, con sequently he applied to oue of those obliging functionaries intrust cdwith the manipulation of the etage machinery of the theatre for information. . ,., " "Bless voor heart," responded tho machinist, when appealed to on the subject, "you ought to see em nt it. They couldn't do it np in bettor shar o if they were grown people aud bred to the busiuess. "Then they do have their little love nflalrsy Just like ordinary mortals?" 'Yes, Indeed. Didn't you know that Commodore Nutt was emrag to Miss Jennie Quiglcy ?" . "I was not aware of the fact." "Well, It's so. And I tell yon, for so little a fellow, he can show up as much green cyo as one of Shakespeare's characters." 'Jealous, Is he?" ' 'Jealous as Othello. He dou't begin to tolerate rivalry. Why one of lh -iso old roosters that you can always llud around a thcotro. dancing attendance on Hie ballot girls or tho actresses who fancy thev need attendance, brought a ca fringe to take homo Mis Klrt land. . You vcmelnbcr her the pretty ouo American girl, she if. And ho tried to play tho gallant by , putting on. Miss IJuIgluy's shawl. Up steps Nutt, as bravo as if ho wore about to attack tho giant, and snatching the wrap out of tho meddler's hand, ho said with freezing dignity. 'Thank you ; I'll attend to this young lady myself. The old fePow didn't know whether to bo nmtiscd or in sulted, but tho Commodore wns awfully rlled.'r , , "What did Miss Quiglcy say ?" "Oh she acted liko a little lady, and wasn't half as much cut up as a good many bigger women might have been." Discovery or a Monster Con taining the Remains of a Human Being. ii 4 It 15 mills. 9 mills. 1 8 ' ' 1 Total County Tax Town Taxes. Genera! Purposes ' Puper Fund . Teachers Fund School Contingent Bail Road T.bvem TitU. Uvea construction tax, or-half cent per pound ou Kitoa.,. For "10 oext korcU." csativ tsreeut per roxxioner'trv.T" two and on.tf ec .'J : : ? f J t lands. For "8 r" A en,h-,- BOOT AND tgCrTATO, GREENVILLE. tshon on Mallierrj utrcet, neatly oppotlto K. B Johnson (Vs.) iTtrt nnotiKil a Hoot ana snoe shop, I am upw prepared to make Boots and bh,oes of any style or description to or- J. ..'...nonlfltllV ntlk tll6 Dt'OPlO of Greenville and the surrounding country for a snare oi mcir "w nago, and I shall try to .merit the same.' Repairing done neatly. - ALSO AGENT FOR' Howe Cawlxs Kctia4. January 18, 1617. Forrest's Challenge to Kllpatrick Iu a sketch of the late Gen. For rest the X. Y. World says : ' Summer before last, when Gen Judson Kllpatrick was canvassing Indiana for the' republicans, he KBSTScrtMAIt, Cuah'r. Vf. A. Pollock, f; W, P. Ksstsciiha. Ase't Ouhier. : C:r.:i c7 C:::r;i::: TKBiaeta' General snokoof Gen. Forrest in such a way that the latter challenged him to right a duet. As soon as tho challenge was seut Forrest wrote to Gen. Basil Duke, of Kentucky that, in case his invitation wns nc ceptfd which he did not doubt fne n moment- bo would cnll on Duke to be his second. Tho let ter further said that iu the neces sary arrangement ho would like (Inn. Duke to insist that the duel should be fought bn horseback with anbrn. as that was the way for ' . two cavalrymen to meet, wen Duke at onco engaged for his prin cipal a stood for the encounter a horse recommended by his owner to go over a church steeple, if nee essary and awaitea uen. n.u r-irtck's rery. " Kilpatrick, how - - to K"ht, . on the !t' 1 ts ::! rc.-r::t " , 't Wns tho commodore very demon- strativo in his attention to his lady lovoV" ! "Was he? Ho was a good deal ,. . i. -i i... worse tnun a ncn is hicks. Why, you might have seen It from before the footlights if vou had looked sharp." "now so ?" ,'Oh, why -he put iu a good deal more live ousiitess vnuu ever written in the play, and was al ways hovering around where she was, shoving his foot up against tho ladder when there was no dan ger of its slipping, and a dozen lit- tlo things like that. 1 think too, tnat Miss Qulgley used to like to tease him, for she generally took a good deal of time to whisper Into the giant's car, and the Commodore always seemnd to get tiUgcty about that Interval." . 'You don't mean to say that Nutt is jealous of the glont ?" Well, I ain't sure; but it looks a good deal like it." V. The reporter took his leave, musing, as he went along, upon the unreasonableness of man when woman is concerned, and marveled muchly at the green-eyed monster transforming an eight-footer into Mr. Henry Woodard owns a stock ranch in the Indian territory, iu that Peoria nation, on which is situated the big sulphur spring. The spring is surrounded by a quagmire, wluch is very deep aud "slushy," and so soft that it will not bear any considerable weight Mr. W. lately nndertook to curb np the spring in order to get wat er more easily, and while working iu the mire came upon what ap peared to be an enormous bone i Ue at once began au examination, which disclosed the startling fact that it was the head of somo mam mouth beast. His curiosity was aroused, and, with the assistance of throe other men, he begau the work of excavation. For Jour days they worked, but did not succeed iu bringing the monster to the sur face. They threw off the marl, but could not lift the head of this golitic giant. They fonnd the skeleton welt preserved and the immenso tooth still-in the jaws. The jaws were both iu place, aud the spinal column attached to the cranium. The earth was thrown off from the body to tho length of twenty feet, hut still the gigantic skeleton remained beneath. Three of the front ribs were forced out, and proved by measurement to bo each eight feet in length. Tho dirt was removed from the Insitie of the osseous structure, and there lay tho skeleton of a human being, with one hundred and two flint nr row points and fifteen flint knives The cranium Indicated that It was the skeleton of nu Indian. It would have been Impossible for the mail to have been inside the ani mal without having been swallow cd by him, and his. theory is sub atnntlatod bv I he fact that the bones of his right stdo of the skelc ton were broken and mashed ap parently by force. Tho monster, therefore, must have been carul rerons, which Is also proven by the teeth, which exhibit the mark cd characteristics of a fiesh-catiug beast. A largo molar and two in clsors, taken from the upper jaw, were exhibited to us at our office yesterday, the largest ono weigh ing eight pouuds nud measuring' bv four Inches in size There are two largo molars aud two blunt tusks on each side of tho jaw ; the teeth between tho uiplurs and the tusks are incisors, having from two to six points and correspond ing prongs to each tooth. In front of tho tusk tho teeth nro similar to those of most ca' iilverous animals In shape. All the bones indicate that they hovo lain buried for an incredibly, long period, as they crumble rapidly when brought iu contact with the atmosphere Every circumstance goes to show thattheso are the largest animal remains ever resurrected, and the teeth, tusks aud structure of the head ant?, jaws prove unmistakably that it was of tho carnivorous class. Carthage (Mo.) Patriot. TSE rCLCS3 PKfLE. We have been requested to pub-1 lish the following letter, written by a. young colored man of this county to his brother in Canada : liaCX-HTILLS. JUtt., UOl. Dear Brother: Iu your last letter you spoke cf the education of the rolored peo ple of the United States and Can ada. I will now endeavor to give you some Idea of what appears to me to be the state of the educa tional interests of our race in this country, and particularly of the section that I am now living In. The night of intellectual dark ness caused by slavery has depart ed, let us hope never to return, but the shades of that night have not been entirely dispcllod by the ri sings luminary of education aud advancement. now soon the cloud of ignorance that has so long obscured onr sky of Ufa will be removed by tne wind of onr encgios and efforts, and blown back beyond the limits of our' horiion, allowing that hrl.-iit lumtnarv. Education, - to O. X7. CLAZUIC, Attorney at Law, Sbbenvillk, Miss. JOHN T7. CZXZZIX3; Attorney at Law, Greenville, Miss. W. O. Phelps. Joshua Sklaner. Phelps d tiliinner, ATTORNEYS AT LAW rIH. Mt . P A. MONTGOMERY ATTORNEY AT LAW, FLORxYViLi.E.Bolivar Co. MissJ i W. 8. PARISH, ATTORNEY A.T IAVf Mayersvillr, I aojaeem Ctly. 'Ml r W. A. 11A.YORAFT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, GREENVILLE, - . MI8B. Makes the payment of taxes, redeap tion, sal and leasing of lands a peciality. , . j GZO. TL C7.iVr.T7, ATTORNEY AT LAW, throw Us rays of Intellectual light fort anpkhson, noli cuaty. Mi . and iiudorstondlug over the whole Cs?. J. L. YCU"3; ' Resident Dentist, possible suitor to a midget thir ty-four Inches tall. Eid far CoftklUg. Cincinnati Commercial.) Senator Conkllng's particular friend was defeated lu a race for the State Senate In the Nineteenth Senatorial District, Conkllng's hoinei The New York Post says; 'This district give Mr. Beyer Re publican, a majority of tot r T u t::v rreoi- . ar rltytif 1,178 lout ' t ft ' "1 Lr. A. I ', ... , L sent, .Lwita He Swore Off. "Tim, this won't do; you must take wornlng by the fate of your friend O'iJhanghiiessy. Only three nights ago he came home much so berer than you are, but in attempt' ing to blow out a candle his breath took fire and he exploded blew up so that his friends, in three days have not boon ablo to scrape together enough of him to hold a wake over." "An' do Vou mane to toll me that lie bust up ?" said Tim. " Indeed I do, upon my hon or," said the doctor. " Biddy," said Tim, "got me tho Bible." Biddy got the Bible and thou Tim knelt down and said, "1 sworn by the blessed Virgin yer sure, doc tor, that he blew op?" "Quite sure," replied the doctor. "Then I swear by the Blessed Virgin and the Most High, nlver to blow out a candle again when I'm drunk." ''"rJr- C' .1 There is said to be an extensive combination throughout the coun try, the members of which will pledge themselves not to subscribe for any newspaper which publishes more than ono new plan for the re sumption of specie payments in a fortnight. It promises to be im mensely popular, but it will bo death to a good many newspapers Grand Gulf, Miss, Nov. W. '77, 8-Mclal ( the CommereUI 1 The flue ' freight packet, John F Tfc"3, frorutt. Lou la to New Or l:r ttrrr'ltore Saturday n'.jht tn ic: l . vt: t-;x i, J t rr 'y-stvt J f.:t of water. land, " to all the inhabitants there of," it is left to us to decide. Our fate is iu onr hands, to make what uso of it we will. Wo have the privilege to say whether we, a race, shall sail safely In the . . . . -, 1 ... ........... suip or caucatiou, or iuk iu than nothingness In tho soa of ignorance. We are naturally a progressive people ; no other raco on the face of the earth cau learn more easily than we can. Then why does this cloud of Ignorance so long obscure our sklo ? Simply because we do not make a proper attempt to dis pel tho gloom. One, and only one way can we accomplish tho grand object in view, nud that is by educating our children. Advance tho rising gen eration, and the cloud is removed, and we gain our proper place iu tho government of our country. Work for tho education of your children; it Is tho only lever that cau raiso us to our propor level. Impress this motto on the minds of tho rising generation ; " With all your getting, got understanding and cdii'ttition ; " for without these two things you never can hope to be but "hewers of wood aud drawers of water" veritable bondmen iu tho land of Egypt. You ask, why Is it that tho white population rules In this section, though outnumbered by us two to one? I nnswer, for tho same rea son that a regiment of men armed with needle guns or repeating rifles cau annihilate more than twice their number of men armed with bows and arrows. We havo now the bows and arrows ot ignorance ; let us get tho uccdle-guns of edu cation, and we will be able to fight the battle of lifo with them ou qual terms, and with reasonable ope of success. We shall then be ablo to cope with any in the nllair of government and indus trial welfare. , . Employ competent teachers and place your children iu their charge if the sessions oftl.c public schools do not continue for a suiucient length of lime every year, nave private schools, to continue for a term suilicictit to prolong the school session to at least ten months in each year. Let all persons who have children of school age send them, for tho greater the number so much less will be on each indir vidual. Let each one put his shoulder to thd wheel of education, and roll it out of the mire it Is now in, aud it will soon bo on the firm, level road of advancement, t All that take an interest in edu cation will indorse my views. I bid all God-speed In the good work that will make us men indeed; that will make our voices heard, not only in the corn and cotton fluids, but also In the judicial and legislative halls of our country; and let our names be known in lit erature and art, and in the mechan ical and agricultural Industries of this our country. , . , D. T. Williamson. ORKENVILLS. Oatc up-slairs over A. B. Filter 4C.'s Prut: Store. Waabingtoa Av. Teeth Exrracted Without Fain nov. 4, 1876. oou&T.mxs. rocsTa dek&t. CIRCCIT.COUBT. . B. F. TRIMBLE, Judge. C. W. Clarke, ; ! ' Dial. Alter? Coahoma county 2d Monday of September and March contluue twelve days. i Bolivar county 4th Monday ot September and March continue twelve days. . , Washington county 2d Monday of October aud April contiuuo twenty-fonr days. Sunflower county 2d .Monday of November aud May continue -six days. t Sharkey comity 3d Monday of November and May continue six days. ' - - ; Issaquena couuty 4th Mouday of November and May coutlnue t wclvo days. CHANCERY COURT, t HAS. CLAlllf , Chancellor. Coahoma count y 4th Monday of October and April, and continue twelve days. Bolivar county 2d Monday of Noveinbor and May, and continue twelve days. Washington county 4th Mon day of November and May, and coutinuo eighteen days. , . Issaquena county 8d Monday of October and April, aud continue six days. , ' Sharkey county 2d Monday of October aud April, and continue six days. . : - ' Sunflower county 1st Monday of October and April, and con tinue six days Supreme Court. Terms of Supreme Court com mence on the 3rd Mondays of April and October. JUDGES Or THE SUPREME COURT. H F Slrmnll, Chief Justice, II II Chalmers, J. A. P. Cumpbell, Associates . Clerk, A. W, Little. U. S, CIRCUIT COURT. ttnht A If ill Jiutrv. Geo, T. Hwunn, Clerk Terms begin In Jackson oa the 1st, Mon days In Hay and November. V. 8, DISTRICT COURT FOR SOUTHER DISTRICT Or M1?S. ttobt. A; Hill, JudW. Geo. T. Hwunn, Clerk. Session commence in Jackson on the till' Mondays of June and January . BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. Regular meetings are held by the Board of Supervisors on the 1st Mondays of January, March. July, August, and October, and may coutinuo in session 4 days and no' longer. ; COUNTY OFFICIALS. aeMBStts ok tim boaub or crr.svioM. R G. Sims, President, W. If. Hood, T. O.' Walcolt, Van Water, W. M. Wortbiagtoa. W, E Hunt, A. W. Bharfd, L. V. M. Welkins, Bohlen Luce, Elijah Booker, . B. archer, Sheriff. , Chaaa-erjCW, Circuit COirnty Treaanrer. County Ass "r. School SuperlmeiHMtt.' ' There is uot," wrote the editor of tho Dead wood Champion, " a quieter, more peaceful, well-regn-latcd, and orderly community in the whole Western country." Ana then, as tho oule-boy entered to say that somebody wanted to see him, he tooti hi bowl'e between his teeth, put a Colt's new patent seveit-ahooter on the desk in front or him, and said: "Jim, ret out another couln a plain pine one t'.i time and lot the sou of a grs lu!" ' ' ... Town Council. The Town Council meets on the 1st Tncsdays of each monUl. t TOWN OFFICIALS. Cotmcanaa.oL. Wlleiltiakl. Mayor, W, A, EvernuR. J. W. Shields, John beamy q r a Wslklt" D. i. Brooks, Marshal, 3 11 Nelson, Clerk Theodore Pohl, Treasurer. Lrvee Board. The Board of Levee Commis sioners of Bolivar, Washington ri Issaquena QoueMgs meets ft Vt 2nd Mondays of January, and Ja ly at Greenville. '" levee OFFICIALS. '' Comml 'AM W 7 -on, p-'-i. r"im-. , V- -t . W. y W. 8. FTlet. I-"" U d HCMreti, f, n, A , srt d r'' ,T S, A .,. ' W K' 'iiin - 1 ''aleereref e i .