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KATUZaXY, PARCH 0, 1878. t7utut Uvea let. We elsewhere pubii.h sb act of the legislature modifying existing wto i.wa, m ine important mat- af Proceedings ef the wart fScmtsn. RKOl'LaB MKBTI.XO, MARCH 4, '78. Uoard met, all member present. Liquor License granted i'iedn.an Rosenberg and John F. Harris Agent. P. T. Dwyer contracted with for bridge to be built over Deer Council met Present. M.vor Wit. Counalmen Korean. Perrv l'rt dri,rer for Feb- aim oauueni. I c i ciauuru iw ai. Finance committee reDorted ha. L'ltty M l"ry ' Wng examined treasurer Pohl's fau rwud. r.nn.ta . . - .ill I. Walt m)Hn1IIiI ... v.. i. . . . . c.r ... . I -r" v vanuarr io. ihil anui" " ...,.--. vi ill uiiiiAa iLia viirca. . nujaaTiiiH uiv in. sum. r .... - ' i "i ' i i round the vMcment ine bo.m f TOO CCCSCIL TE5CEEDC3b , XKSTINO OF M4KCII fil Fire Fund.' 1'cler lUbboui, meals fur nUbed prisoner in calaboose, R Levy, feed tor honw, I W 10 S3 40 00 1 00 15 00 one-J M U M 2 of commiMloaert ma raise a portion Ftoe wer imposed agalust of ita rereaaee for construction wentyona Road Overseer for purposes, by assessing a lax of not Mttag io and file their re- exeeedlog mills on the raluatiou P rU d Oerk directed to issue or au property, real and personal, ,umu,.0 to each of said 'default In the district; and proportion. ,D Gverseere to appear at July ately, reduce the tax on cotton. teru1878 or said Board and show Tie board may also reduce the why said flnea should not be ux on cotton for liquidation par. I nMe ine following Overseers were appointed for current year: ' d i John II Pavna -W Jlenry Johnson EMoaash C.11 Bast John G Sessions C Wellington McDougal JDJewefl Johnson Erwin 10 Meftltt Williams 11 J W Glathery 12 John Compton 13 Hem y Jones 14 John N Dunu 15 Robert Taylor 1 J T Currle 17 T 8 Easterbcry W J D Smith ' 19 W 8 Henderson 20 W M Wultchead 21 II F Kriger 22 John 8 Ingrain 23 John R Shields 21 Perry Ellis 25 David Harris 27 J II Montgomery 28 Edward Urodnax 29 W C Morris 80 II A Aborcrombie W J V V Walker Clias. Vernon 37 January Dubois 38 John L Bowles 39 W V Randall 40 A Eckart wont one-fourth to eigthth of a cent per pound. To determine the advisability of "Hung luese provisions in opera- won wmi devolve on the leree l at Re July meeijl878; wbel It wia lery the tax for the current year. We think it should. ml donbUess will, fix a portion of its lery for construction purposes as provided In said act. We doubt the propriety of reducing the liqui dation tax, unless it may be done with the consent of the creditors. It is greatly to be desired that this debt should be poedllr extln. guished; which a continuation or 'too present rale of taxation for two years longer, including the present, will effect. The change In the basts of taxa tion which we note abore. will do much to reconcile the dissensions in the county upon this subject ; , which all hare deplored. The ex perimental act fixing all this bur- wen on cotton, was a reaction from tno Radical policy of placing It wholly on land; tbo present ad justment may bo regarded as per mmtnmu c: MTSattrj r "Fire crai EmM" same correct, on moliou said treasure r's reports (to Dec. 31 1877, and to Jan. 13,1878,) were approved and ordered filed, and all vouchers and warrants accom pan) Ing same were burned to ashes in presence of the council. Treasurer Pohl presented his re port and vouchers np to March 1, loB, aiso ms tax collector's report for fiscal year 1877; referred to fi nance committee. burying two paupers, SO 00 City physician sal for Feb 3 00 Dr. Skinner, medicines fut Jan. 4, to March 5, TS, School Contingent Fund. Wm Marshall, 10 boxes coal to school no. I N. B. Johnson k Co. door, steps and desk at school house no. 1, SO 00 The following claims on the pan- per fund were referred to the city 20 13 T30 nVlMUL MlRkLT. New Orlvans, March 7 Hold 1 7-3, Sow York slknt par, sterling buk,'4:90 New York, February II. dold 1 1-4. money 45, government so- cariues weak. rsmsxiCiET. Liverpool, March 7. Cotton. Mid. up 14. mid. Orl f 3-. Sales, 12.000 bales, 2000 for spec ulation and export. New .York, March T. Cotton widdlinr uplands 11. Orleans 11 1-8. Sales 1.214 bale. Futures do! Feb. ll:li, March 11:13, April 11:22 May 11.32, Jane 11:40, July 11:40, August 11:45, Sep. 11:2. Siales, 3000 bale. New Orleans, March 7. Cottou, 81-ii 8 7-8 3-4 10 3-4 11341 1174, Stock, on hand 334,303 bales. The verbal petition of E. White, lyIcian, not being ilemiicd pro- f sJW bale, to have fine of 25for shooting ia tlJ Ordlaarv : corporate limits and which had Jerry Banner, boarding and aura- Good ordinary been paid, remitted, refected. If Tom Seelln. pauper. 4 week. Lw"idaUB Petition of certain clUiens ob- 2a Jane Garrett for boarding dSjjjij ivnui w uh rviuovaj oi iiewmaa'a uw iuur cr i jiivkiu ug ait hotel to corner Main and Mulberrv 5m- WoweU Jt Boyd for boarding KcceirU nett. 1.4SL rro. 2.J14. . I 9 . . . . . - ' irwu, ana aikltif au ordiiiaiic I nu";j iun J nm u I Eiroru pronioiung the erection or remo- 9 toane uunuiey, ooaroing val into the business portion of the Md auni"g 0"Sttl 14 days, 10. town of any but fire-Droof bnild-1 Td ' as directed to pro logs and that any permits already I cur tot Ur vrmaa the town issued may be revoked, was laid I raUroad wuk boBj vaich were on the table. incorrectly lithographed, in order Petition of M. Sievers to rem. tM uw 08 droyed. bis frame storehouse from Main to Mulberry streets, on the lot be tweon Gensburger's store and lunch's butcher shop, was grant cd, all the adjoining property ow nors navinir conseniMi t iinn Petition of property owner m. ,ucol,owiwi a section of it : iil! hit on mnih .i.i. r M...LI I 21. Be further enactetl. ton avenue from JlindstolJlnfjRrarsoflhe Mcied ckarrib4;d,41-4 reeU, for aidewalk, referred to "UUn couuty of Boliw d p ! V, tbe street aupcrvisor with Instruc y hmbr' urd and sbonUers 4 I-vS cWr rib Uons to havo said sidewalk laid reuired to ,U0U,I of tbe K dear " in conformitv ih ' people of the now eonutv of Bali. Ham, choice tazxr cured nances relating to sidewalks? Ttr luon of a divUioa of I cmrJ 7 - aurued 7 1-2 1'ntitinn r it.. o .. . I the countr. andlst mm ik. ..:.iiaI-i. w wiuiou ovuiesinzeri , . .. 7 " to relail liquors, not being in pro- q I decided In the aifinna. GHA2TD AXTirUAJL Ha' TO BH OIVXS BT Amity Lodge No; 267 I. 0. B. & Tuesday EvenlrV Iltai IO, ICTO at qhchitvilli: crrA.ncrrr. , Ticketei - - ' . COMMITTEES. ' " . C253K3SO - ' - CMMlTTtl ajuusnrtvwhnt nowtt vnh tc4 icmiM ecTm.-.BksftJei. u. uroanwi, . ciubxes rvxea. rutt cirnix1ratts s r L. HKSTKR. K. . AL B, M. MAYOR, UTT, WM. MASHli, L. IMMUNS, WM. MARSUXtX, - It. XOKRB, QMUasm. ixAniiint tsrairra. M. MOUUS, I CMaimi n tsmsMicarra.-Ksd U nUTXK, J. HCIPtXlFtLPlS, BTDOOSrxiccj UUt IIAKTMAV, jo. irrr, a. xubohkLD. Lccsums. An act creating the county of "Concordia " from the upper por tiou of Bolivar, has become a law ; PROVISION MARKET. New Orleans. March 7. Hour sa periiM t4 13 XX &, XXX 3 23 a choice, K a (S 73. Corn iSal , Oats, choice Galena 38c. Meal-2M. llarordiaarr ti printe 823. choice f 17. , Pork 811.23. Lard, rvaned tkm 7, 1-47 MA r Ju let GtnU- CharotUr Jlotk a fcaiwlsome Win, Bttmd KegSaB I-4c. Dry salt ateau, saoaldert kww t fuuowiso raiaai, Mmnumo w vtca , vui'aa -, ffb tht Finest LadiM'Jak,af.n TciUtU &L v. TiKf.nt GnU.JJ,' tltgtnt CbwiuaiL r tht bast Ladien' Charaatir Jlfosfe a baut(UI KIw Flawtr Foss n fit sm exhibition t As we mentiood tu our last is. anetJte report of the Auditor, as ex-oCM Uvea Commissioner for the old M.t.i.tt.. , . . " - """ a as uaaraa. m iiasMiMAinii w u a been nnl.ll.k . a . !t 1 ""v,v,v"u"i ooruan wyiltt'), Jan- .eJ.!?.H. M Montgomery Whisky qniet, rectified K a 100 per form nor on file the requisite ' W ,ct t0tct Bd ' onluury " W length of time wi l tor as herein wrovided.1 ,rw- - The street supervisor repo-tcd bnl W " SnUon be decided by S"r to good eommosi that eertain property owners on mlotUT b oter of laid WI-a fcir lo fully fair 4 Central avenue (havlug been dulr con,l,)r lu lhe "esaUrei then this nmc t0 " 7 a !- itlSow C-R U L E S ,-0 T Oueata an nqottted to comply with tic telow:, The UaU will be opened for the reception of guests at U-J p. m. The (in and Ma Mawch wIII begin at dcr 4 TZr.r" w'l0W mou" onn- andF A Metcalfe annnln.Zl mm'J i JuMt mM" r on a certa u road Ut 1878 la M19.223X3: of which Tl..Ki.-.tir .' . r"U' anvnT.a !. -.: , " . " raww IO sum r...rf L" ,:"',"e r0'0 tbe amount e"'. " aos susWned .......v. m, vur bck nie we learn I ti. I central avenue fhavluv h bTo l W io' have sidi -be.uUandvoId,andof walk laid In front of their reside b,cU bmission to a rote j oiaes, cosaiM liI$e fair, ces, and be was ou motion directed I ot U,c eopIe 101111 made at the I OaS. prune to choice, 3utX io lay said aidewalk under the au- " w eiecuon for Members of Con-1 choice La. 3 1-iaC S-4. hoilly of tbo council, in accord-1 snu to nrW ,a county as j Bran, 10a. - auce with tbe ordinance in rnl.tinn hpvt of tbe Cth Conirmtinnai I St. Lotti. Man T m.. to stilnuralL-a I Dilrlrt. xHltt tim 1.1 .a I PabmIw mT.l . an . . bvJam.. ."r-. I .-.-r-r , bo --.w.. caacr.a. TiiAmh.nM i. . ..i vii iiiuiion or councilman Unr. i uexisirars snail nmiU. LorasL. a as . -ar-mm w iviiuuii vsmbi iiaw w . . s & - r7.. WW lurt,'ess January ing run through his plantation !? ,U 01 y ",toruei' WM dirccl T " 7 Da,,0,0 wting 1st 1878 waa 1381,7834. The rJ st.v . . lrepard au ordinance remi. I precinct in said counlr." duetloa In tbethrca v..r. ...... 'T? ""P"" end- atg (a- eotroland bt.ll.ll.. r Adams coonty has be. hi. Hmn,vil i.. -,. -,...,. , uniralo J..I . .1 t: . . . . HU uuini. lame 10 1 " rici, io oe the couutill. jtdled the 12th.M Mr. Ralph In the matter of tho uroiicr time orlb lias been appofn cd Judw r for callimj out the bauds to work ltt on the streets, the street supcrvi- oaEKsviLta rail koai. wiiu io use nis own l uinwn iDirouuccd "an years nut "II..ir.'.W. This ndsel ns nu.f . H wholly a re.it ETS ZT. " oi.wirccs. John P. Finlay Co inly Trcas- sent act of 1878. Ti. practically little ua- lurai decrcise of the debt; and k r several yean prior to the said abat&cut act, which permitted ro dsrtloBB to be made In large part ,li tis flvj cent bonds, there was a X f lacteaie, from a failure of tha revtast to yield a mBdeat aeonxt t3 pay Interest a m Kisuinre of U77 passadsMi ' .delK,toS3pertwl k orits amount; and redaeiar tha atacaat of Ux from S mU p, iere, lo-t J-J eento par acre; This act wasuaacoepuble to the bond Iwldera, (jid by them fenccwsfnUy litigated. It has been understood anal the present legislature would snake an agreement with tha ot!-S Iba would prove accept- OaU o I, SK. Wbfeky steady, ft tl Port, 10 OX Lard 7. Bacva, skoaiJen 1 1-itrtJS.j e s 4 rt. urer rendered bis report and show ed following balance duo. UaU Road Bond General Couuty Couuty Bond County School Township School 15 01 8903 29 3A95 46 2098 79 4373 43 a I . . i discretion except tl..t all street c tj. buildimtof the -.rdilved c work and ditching shall lay over 0rccuvU,e' Columbus ft Birmii.g- rut,Ml con"" and any one Llrf! 111M on which report was received and ar proved. Hauls sabjot U road daty n. i-Hag e Iliad place traasferred from road X. 28 to road No. 32. C H. Smith ' was contract ed with IX , y- prisoners sen tad to county jail to work out one ror eurrenA year. V If . ' " ... uorsat Us i tjUa parUes ; and reduce this granted license to ntail li C -to. auch an aamnni ik.t tt.. 1 Si, r"" "r!11 "" ,he "w.. ing, iiuty, Allowances were made in following amounts t To W. E. Ilatit, horifl, For Ryetratlon A. W. 8aadck.atatin.i.v the J97 75 90 00 38 10 Atlts last meeting, the Council paased an ordinance in relation to iJno. w. itH. j-i.' the l.rlntln, r I ax ' " . - . ... y.vtiwuiiKB, couiract - 2M no ,..u,..n. A omy ouo oj ureenvi lie T mn. UM. ah At . . i ., I , . WW! rrmcui, iur. Arciier school Sunt. no Mvarioua miacollaneous accounts chiefly Jury certifieates aggregat lg 5 .. - 77fc(U . - V 1 I'cr dioni of members nndtim. the four members IVrry, is a subscriber to said paper, we tear mis ordiuaneo II tinctured by-a-failure to appreelais the de sirability of said publksatiottf. Or, possibly it Is' suggested, by our citing Connellinen , to reseai lesrislatlon. ntlMvtnt- i.. of the care of paupers; and reason. ' Wg that tha amount of patronage TlHtt 1S7S. ana receive from them, is sufficient awdeace to prove pauperism.- Wo '"t distkict uuiii .iierB ia nuuuy in I in I iimu liiirooil." itPtiirriwT . u-. I iiaiilll niTHIIIIt inn flvm .,r I ury to pay for the same. lo Cominitlee-McMrs. Sulirlit .mli li-.lf0, W,H P'M0 Pr Rev. D. C. Green appeared and ,IamPl. Bailey and Se.- 'MlLPwl!S, called attention rM..n,it ...l. brook. . i riJl. i?SKI babit of tbe school bovs btavlmr Tbe Governor bos antirovn.l . ball on the vacant lot adjoining tbe act ,0 carry I,,to effect section 12 -pwcopar wnurcu, in consequcuce H,B cl creatiug siinrkey couuty. of which several windows in th. Tbis is tbe scctiou Drovidimr tl..t Church had been broken by the ,ald eounty shall assume its pro- vi, .au ue complained cf same as l'or"on oi ine debts of Washing. a nuisance. r t WlIiCXINBKI. Greenville, March 9, 1878. Hew Oopaurtnerahlp. The establishment will bacon t 7. Yowski and N. Ou moUou. the eitv Iqueua counties i ;,OTKi!l attorney was directed to notlfv th. An act autlurixinr tha AmnW. who M ...ti.urA .f. Vu:t school auUiorities that same will meut of ccrtln convicta belonging outstanding debts of the former tv itfuacr oe Derm i art I tu lue iUMHiMint.. Kn. iiflMis I to - "IT" wi- X CUlktJlfo Petition of Frank P. Smith, ac- UP railroads and levees, cempsnied with affidaviu, show. The Moffett Register bill was lag that he had paid bis taxes for fllly defeated. 1875 on south half lot 2, block 1, Tho Legislature adjourned Tues- first addition, to tbe former tax day n!Kh- We will publish its cunccior. Lu u. McMeckin, but proceedings next week that said Ux collector had failed to w .. ' iuq loiiowing cou ceruiug the new revenue law, from the Clarion. "The revenue bill reported to the House by tho Committee of w ays ami Keans, provides a very cars roe April rlil t.k. tha l'lw.l- 1.11.1. Vlelor r. Mnis wa a .i. hw wwniHiuiMuii,u aECQxn uAL..u f At . a a ... I rawer KCiracucaDIO . this exlsUnsr a-i. Jr, aa . l a. '-At tl coairacb was uot or our seeking ; s..s u win nevertbiess take two to Kuse as well as to make It; A. W. Daatar Jotis K. Xait PWTBICT. K. T. Worthlnstoa MIcanroDd Carter TlllltD BISTR1CT TjJ.aMtw. WrartKsaasdr W. OnMbnqmr Rnht t VOCITH IMSTainr rirTHHl8TXH.T a T. O. Wslcott Jc wr. kh.. Angwtia Cat . Loadoa, lreh 3.-Th follow. Irjlnaouncemant of the cenolu-1 u)u aut'ianou aloa of peaoa- trtween Russia.aad Tarkey waa rauaivad to-night by. Center's telegram oompaay: Conr atastinopje, March 8. The treaty f ftt baa been aigued. The Gras4 Ds Nicholas announced tia fact to ta aoJ4rs at a review tin ti Cat gprlrss.- On tbe 6th Inst a fire broke onf is),a shanty at Hot Springs, andi um town almost entirely destroy. od, 250 houses and property esti. M Z Btao UMlay, tUt Roatta mated at $2 or 3M,000 was destroy. .vw.UUitW Urr maim on me icq. ine Buildings were ail wood Htyptuu and Bulgarian tributes. ' and burned rapidly. report same as paid, and they still stand charged to potltiouer, aud asking that the present tax collect or be directed to credit him on the tax books with said pay meut, wm received, and- council deeming ' "T "M,, Pviaes a very proof sufficient that said taxes had "V? Wld perfect flcial sys been paid, sald'petltlon was t. tem- 11 P"Pes a State tax of cd, aud tax collector instructs . 7 on the dollar. In- ccordlngly. ciuaing the board tax, which will The petition of Robert Morton. further 'eAnotion of 1 1-2 showlnir tK.t ha- a ' """ oeiow the ixlstiuir law muI a ..... . mm M.QBacu US having property in and residimr In Greenville In 1877, which was not me case, and asking to be released from payment of the tax, was re ceived and granted. 'John McNamara was-allowed to transfer Mr license and plaeo of business to Main street. On motion, tha eon tract made by lite old council with the Green ville Times in rcirw d to nrintlnir the proceedings of the council fot 100 per yoar, was cancelled;, aud for nothing held. II. S. Summerfield and if. U Harvey Co. filed petitions for license to retail liquors. The following claims wera ai. lowed and ordered paid out of the respective funds, to wll : Corporation Fond. Marshal's salary for Feb. $100 00 Clerk'a do do P. M. Brltt, policeman, Gilbert Ilorton, do Tom Blackburn, attending oouttoil from, to date,. Richard Browne atteudsne same pittof January, Wm Marshall fcmllug town borsc'elcvenmyt, L. .Witkowski. Greenville, March 9, 1878. EirSCXOTlCXT. The former firm of L. Wllcxinskl ..... mi uissoired by mutual conseut Any one holding any claims iril.... i.. ..u 8 -. -n" .ua nuu nrm. will please present them for payment! H JLCZINSKI, L. WlTKOWSKI, J. K. Barnes, Greenville, liffiP'-. Hew OopxurtneraJiln. I'Xistiuir law muI 1 . . .. r 11- " -ono- Un5IgCKX Won-tLT: l aT.,, . . cw leature of KLSON & BABNES who ar U,obilI I. that It require, the ?Sri" eolloot deWa of oi each county to u accouu. or the finances oi uis county m the same manner a the Auditor Is required to keep an occouut of the fluauces of the Sate."ClarIon. i A. 3. SslbO, Greenville, March , 1878. ' ffa fefcaalS. We elsewhertr puUkh a recent act of the Legislature maklug pro visions for the establishnwui of High Schools. This act should be taken advantaga of by tbe cltiaena of Greenville f If aot now, at the openlws of the nott scholastic year. Wo boUeva that it has been prac tlcally demonetratbd, that auuion ol a High School, with the Public 8chool,does not meet' the exutata 25 00 tions or reanlrom.nta- nt ... 60 00 school patrons. We think: this art 40 00 however affords the requisite edu cational opportunities. 2 60 We SUC-JTOlt that elitclm a.na oiBlly interested in this matter. 1 60 meet and'eottsutt aa to tha Wt mm most timely mrnmircs tobr-".-i 7 85 ' lu It. ; f-alal M..tU ,? Lava Corn, (Office of Board of Mississippi Levee Commissioners.) Notice Is hereby given that there will be a special meeting of tbe Board of Mississippi LoTea.CoM. m ssiouers at their office in Green- " onaay the lth day of paavai aYfTfOb f ' . W. A. EVERMAN, Secretary aud Treasurer. march Writingjchool, Prof. K. W. HARRIS, of New Orleans, proposes to teach writing on tbe German Consolidated' Time system. He baa taught rhroob ont .Arkaaiu aad elsewhere, aVl baa given' satisfaction; Tuition, f5 per month. Sebool to commence next Wednesday eve nlMff, March t3, rom 7 to 8. at the rhoQ.)otif, ;"i.!Prt!"f.tor.P,l"'i wpeetfullr reoneated t..-.,. we tor iue Mass Mart'iu t,XHlSSW,m Commit The Examining Co.. unit loo will provide Masks wfv a ird f i. l"?". which conWtitor. Must n Jfff2.lt ! fc! ineir seicciion. ' PriS SMS.jtt -ward. Jadye will be selected from the guests oh the fioor. 4u2,7.r Mo.lrnetadto r.foa, ' iT. !5.aiSftS ,to;.:.!!!a W made ror iawioa ten day-prior lo thTuil ' ' W'"CH ' s Geothwen nu pnCMre tickets, liicludiiig laities lnvliaiU. .? ' RKS'KIIKlSa I'o ABOVK , li. 'iupt,n,,y ,,if?r,n ,U,n "Uln oi Greenville and vicinity that I Address B a a, a. w D..m. ..m,, t.MU C.MI .riyyAiifK gi:ici;aaiv cor. Ucl .ra RANDLE, HEATH 4 LIVERTOE. Pfcrirfr. COTTOIl FiiEGCEG, I!:rc3 Prccra, F":; ci.j cAnt::c. urenerai, nepairS, etc, A;sr.ti f5R EKCIZS, SAWMILLS tit J. Also ; ctgah fi:.:pc, CG. , . . Send for Illustrated Catalogue. Highest Market Price Pid For,! cottoh mm At aaEtnAHTB' 7DAbTC:A ALG0 AdE'tlT FOd THE CIL'rry " MILBURN WAGONS" ; A1TD D2U3 EJCDiS. v fhoi January 16, 1878. KST aUa tMa- OltlSRNVItI.8. TO ,". nsariy oppoilis rf,hArtl,8roponed a Boot and Shoo 'op, I am now prepared to make Hoots and Shoe... of anv atvi. . J. "wnpiios to or. of GrZ.,iiPWM5,7 Mk PWPW f M Blk. .8 Wa a. Maall at. same. BMai.u.' ' " ' waw neatly. January u?l -J and: T:Va n . , ofallkiads:ftT FtXLAY CO'S. adminiStcat6r'S S0TIC2 TCI STAT OfKT-K, I 4MMar- Cwvmf . 4 Ths ICH3iaai.Wlu.lAseI)isa-l. I . fi X T E C 8 of AdmiuUtralioB wiio to (lie icernM DV tha f Tlia.naaw . ' -- . .yu, . vi Tf n InytQK hwIh III..U.U. a. Mofrday the 21st day of Jawt-ry A. TX lX. an ..mm. v..' J,al f-al ai eauta. an k- f .tfivalaril r-rla tfcc' aa f ita ...-... - -r-j r eotzty, la tt r nerind wl .i . i1i.eib r-" A Feb. Mh 188, no. 28,'