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TEEMS COURT .4th DISTRICT.
enville Times. AY, MA&CH22, 1879 f OFFICE RULES. ISCBlrtiON TERMS. Lm mr. in ftflranr-ji. 13:00 ipy six mouths, in idtUM !M0 a ton 4, WW. 5 f. iVERTISINQ RATES- jient Advertising, On ire, oue inaenion, ...... yi:ou iiKuAniiAnt Insertion 75 fur Legal notices, wblch are led nnatr una neau. uus oa tare last publication. No proof ,hed nntii paid for TKIU.T. HALF-YEAULT A - TEAKLY KATES! ' -acted for at liberal Kates. VOL 11. GIIEEHV1XLE, T7AS1THTGTOIT COTJHTY. MIS3., SATURDAY.11011 29, 1879, HO Si. Editorial Nc a I V.fttartnl Untie. CXCCD' iceouipaning the flrat '"p r an ativerwcioeiii, Ml SO cents per line; Obitua he tame. Simple announce k of deaths or Marriages free. iu who wish to indulge in is termed "personal notices .' U mnnlrettl In star in iMnrd. m T WHU me uniuiw oi meirarii- ,1.. ,.' ii ' . FOR AXSOCXCIKO CAKIU Ti.-rc-tt- ate and District Offices, $30 'tiuntv Offlces:........ ...... 10 Ileat Offices......... 5 Ws front transient customers H or written, for job work, ad- itng, or siioscripuon, man oe ipanieu uy me cuan toooiain i.m Anoniinta of resrular mers due and presented the eacu moniu. Mi and Sista&CM from TO NXW CSLZAK3 AND ST. LOUIS su.... ;.n ......... u Point tout! M : 3D nit ami Arkansas Llue., 4 Hlh ... W Lille- .00 rrotidenre. . . . . . '. .to Lm it I of Ysioo I luirif Ill tnlon 1.14 fowu... 161 Hum 1T lUulf. ITS itw y i 1 Wi : m ItCltOX. sob Adams KH Inns and Mississippi Ua aw lm : l aStra MO kis . . . . 331 IllndrmU 3U i Rouge Xt Irnilne , .,307 lUonvillc m tut .. it (Jun e Jiuivh. .... Iltull ...... rln .... of River . Rlii fcoiii'"'.'.'.'. km Hirer .... milt.. ...... nrer Kwlnl SotaSaeak. Yes, his front name it Tobias, And be Isn't over pious, . And bis eyes are on the bias, So to speak: And his ouljr aim and bent is Nobby clothing for this gent ii Just a bit nou compos mentis Like and weak. And this feather-weighted gent he Though not over one aud t went; lias ol knowledge quite a plcuty, bo lospeaK; For he'd rather be a prancing And kicking at a dancing, Than hi stock of wit enhancing Learning Greek. Th'o ho apes the drawl and . stammer ; When he dons bin sleek claw- hammer Yet Tobias shoots his grammer, So to speak, And he questions very rarely, (So bis clothes are banging fairly) Or oblique. No ho has no education. And his beauty took vacation fit-... . L - . t a 1.1. . ! . juui i iiu (lino oi iii vrvawuii) So to speak; And upou niaturo reflection, Taking each distinct "bisection, I've decided his complexion's Rather weak. Tho' his shirt has not a rlmplo Nor bis beardless chin a dimple Yet ho boasts a chronic pimple On his beak; And his volco I not reliant, And at time! itUdcliaut, And at times it is n pliant Littlo sqneuk. Xow it seems to mo so funuy That this half demented sonny Should bo loaded down with money .So to speak: While tho writor of this ditty, . Who you seels rather witty, lias to scrub about tho city On his check. N. Y. Commercial Advertiser. A fiat Yealer. t for Crwk Rallrtat I Sal Fate ef a K companion Hew k Man Decs Uousttroik. inrlt llivef .. crrp, and Ti'imvitave Lin. thl 4hh fllli.nr ; lifiinV "!!!!."!'.!!!!'.'.'.!'.'.' "U mill MiHurt l.ln. . . . ll'luawnt .: nnd Kcntiiky Lino.. Mwlild nun fb,w:::::::::::;:::;::::::: Vrr iJirimlpnii ' Hork .". f rncvlcve nkn ul tr, 4411 4HI 4M ft-.il M U4 10 ti SI ;i M Ill ;.i 1UU I.W m 177 1b7 lltt Ii m 2110 4I m m 147ft art .......4IB 4DI 42 4IM 4K4 Uti r43 S7H KM ll'IIS IIM .......711 :w Rate ofTaxatloa r convcnicunc of refcroncc) wo IW1III tklilallnlk at fniiaaiakt Ctfiktrta rivaiOSI m I nMM lail r i iiv It of State, Levee aud Town Iiiact or pRtVII.ROH Taxks LAW 1878. . Vh llftM .njiV H..lu . MA . a II ph store atock ors,000tol,nos i w jehstorcitockof t1,ftooto5,MiO IS 0C k alnM ..-.1. - . . A.U. m IWI ' Qu M """ii awv. U I piHW IV i,vw. ... v" itore o''k of 17,000 to 110,000.. .15 on p ttortuock Oi $10,000 to 1,0C0. .30 uo F arart neck of m.ooo to IB.UM. . .39 to rh iIam .tit, mm t an fWM Ml flfl f h itoic Mock of 20,000 to tt ,000. . CC CO rn ilore Mock of M,000 to IW.000. . .ST 00 patonstock SU.OOOto 30,000... .100 00 Kb ato stock over 30. OOO.'. 130 00 , State Tax 1878. all purposes, 8f mills -Cnrvrv 1'a v T.suv ia7fl. llflll llnnil. t nn....l. 1 tnllla. i .'"uin ui jr 11 1 j v ..i.e. I I ..I T. , inunu uonat 1 bolTax 2i tyTax , , 6 ' Ilo went homo ono day last Oc tober and saw UJs wifo putting up penuhes lu thoso old-fushlotiud tin cans that closo with scaling wax. Sho had an npronou, nud two or three little blotches of scaling wax ornamented tho ffoor, whllo tho brlndlo cat umlei' tho tablo was llcktnz a Piece the size of a trado dollar with assiduity aud unction. "Soo hoio, Maria," he said you'll cripple yourself presently with that hot was." But she mane him no answer. Uo coutnioed oracularly : " Women never have anv mechanical ircuiu any way If t hero's a way of doing anything wrong they are sure to try it, "Do vou think you can do it nuy belter?" sho Observed, with some acidity. . . "Whv. of courso lean,' no re plied, with extreme self assertion. "Well, here, Just tiistinguisu vnnrsnlf then." So he sat down. Sho liatutea him a fresh can, Just out of tho hot water. Ilo took it in his uaua and dropped it as if ho had been struck by lightning; while ne shick hl finircr in his mouth and looked sudden death at her becatiso ho roiilnd't swear. Sho envo him a towel to hold tho next ono with. he took it on his knee, lighted tlio ftonUnir wox stick, aud commcuced n Hull ml tlm tOII. bill tllO bnttom burnt his kneo, and ho Jorkod suddenly, bringing tho wax across the back oi las ion i.t. r.,ni.iiii KPKptatnn. Then ho jumped tipond howled, and drop notl thn can which omnueu a muic Dhnntl fill of (lorv fruit into his "i slipper Auhorur-haml. lan f itl who claims to be the especial rep resent at ive in Congress of the la boring niaxaia. nn ntuilimr t il XatiomU Republican some of the item of "stationery" iwned to members of ConrrMi. haim. highly indignant, aud rnhed into the clerk's office, demandius to know " Where these lellows ifi those statements they print iu the newspapers. Do yon allow them to come in here aud examine your books?, exclaimed he. He wax in formed that by law the clerk was required to make an annual report of tho stationary issued to each member, aud that report was print ed and became a part ol the public records. " If I had kuotvn that," exclaim, ed he, " 1 would have bad nothing to do with the d d thing I Do you suppose I want my eouHtituents to know that I g and tM a kiiile for seventy cents and have it charged to government, or a muglc pencil for$3 60? A workiuirinnu's chum- pion fooling with a mnglc pcucil! Joes not that sound nicer Or a diet louary ? Ten dollar for a dic tionary i What do you suppose my constituents will say to that? Had it been whUky and tobacco, 1 could have stood it; but $10 for a diet ionary, aud thutmaic pencil! Oh, myl bow can I explain tlmtr i A'uow Chluese piny has boon put upon the boards iu Sau Fruiicico. The last one pluyed was a I area iu 13.421 acta It was bc-'uu in 1861 and was just terminated last week, amid whirlwinds of applause. The nrcsont nlav. which is highly spokeu of by Llttg Hung Foo, the eminent Celestial critic, is a trage dy in 41,865 acts, and will bu ren dered during tho present season, which will but until tho tall ot 1917. As i hero nro 413.000 assas sinations, 1629 murders, 8480 thwarted villains and 21,316 lovers iu tho play, it p fornixes to be a rare and cxhilaratiug treat. 7 mills 2 " I 1 County Tax ' ' , 121 mills. Town Taxes. 1878. erui Purposes, Rail Ronil Iimid. 11 V Kallrontt Boud, 7 Department, , l Lkvse Taxes. 1878 V construction tax, oneuar- r-uv per pouna on loiicu. II Dronnrtv. run! and nnrsonal. ;i " ,t. 'iorem tax oro miiis. ' 1 H mmm. I. .1 II n .. n nlin. ivwm UUUUB, will) Ijiiai !nilt txjka . -1 a a. .nM .ml V ur iiuiiuu vn t;umju, hw nd one-half cents per acre on Is. . ., pr "A ithnil" flva cents aern nn iui --- iii . , ruamns l-A ct. per acre on una ftl flrst Jlonday In Spptember We are pleased to state that all the preliminaries l.ave berd ar ranged for the construction Of the Deer Creek railroad, aud that work will be commenced within sixty days. Geu. S. B. Buckuer aud bis associates IVel confident that they cau complete the road tu ample tiiuo to more the next crop if no unforeseen obstacles arise to pre vent them. This road will bn of incalculable benefit to Viefcsburg as it will not oul) Increase the trado of the city In localities from which she has heretofore received only a share, but will open up en tirely new avenues. The road will also be of great benefit to a large scope of country through which it will pass, as It will place it iu direct communication with thoouwidtt world and offer con venient and easy transportation to market for tho produce of the country. We have the utmost coutldcnce in the gentlemen who have undertaken to construct the Al.lt Ikllll UJA A tilt I .IaiiK ll.aft V:. next Fait we shall bo united to our friends of Sharkey county by iron boud. Every assistance should bo rendered aud no obstacle thrown In the way of building the Deer Creek railroad, as directly or indirectly, every citizen ol War ren and Shnrkcy counties is Inter ested tu Its early completion. Vicksburg Herald " f ICL ovr the Yonr readers havf(i with disaster thai oecurre)lly rtlnllinrr l.pt.lra nnS ROmtt and Daltoa r-8'01150 the northern bounto heiI In., ill ..?( -nostilities the creek below mcr-Thal wroctml ami in od for five Evan of Seliua'8 tho ul"- George Evanrwcresouuu- man. thn inn of tl c-k of this county, ?, audita eyes . ult..aaat ffita. ously collected.""'""" died a horrible i 11 lruck ' i, .. eti. ibe rai aswi s vj iBJ-jx r through the I u,or'5 of tU a raifrht raat the worm ereek. Innxtits position and nmTMl. h- of a hurry about molli,hedbr Bllart a,a,ini lie stood In of curioHity iu flrmlvfaste.0 frisky rodunt The debrlH'lusr. whkiing tail the creek, ( couceruiyjr which to rise his iratuly up to It aud .Sedld so the snako PBOFE88IONAL. O W.FERGUSON, ATTOBMET AT LAW, anrKsvil T.r. ... lll8 W a. Iptkcv. PcroyTcrecr, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Greenville, Hiss. ciatcn coli t. B. P. TRIMBtX. Judt. Q. W. Clarke. DUt. Attowj.' Coahoma couuty 2d Monday of September and March-coutiuuo twelve days. ' ' ' ltollvar eonnty tth Monday ot September aud March continue twelve days. Washington county 2d Monday of October and April continue thirty nays. of November aud May-continue SCl.a-Iv r'Alinlr tth MondSV Of November and May continue six OTinntv it Monday w.o.yeboeb. Lf December andJune continue . twelve aa . 1 O. 7. CLAIUXC, Attorney at Lawt Greenville, Miss. cmasckeV coritT. : W G PaiLr ctaaetaor. Coahoma c6nntyT4thMona'y of , October and April, and coutmwj X?Vt'v- Moudav 'of November and May, and continue twelve days. . . . w..t,i..inii rnnntv 4th Won- JoakaaBklaatr. . ", v mtr -d May, and shields & KinniBn coi October ud April, and continuo ' IharVey county-ild Monday of October and April, and continue 3..tlA..Aa. Aitiitv-tKt Moiiuav f October and April, and con- ; tinae tlx days i. W. Kkletd. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Greenville, ll. Office in Alexander's building. W R Taioo, PA MoMTOOHiar, JS. Tries ft Montsoixipry. ATTORNEYS AT LiAW, GREENVILLE, MISS A MedH Stage Driver. BY THE " OLD CK." James Field's Lfutnre on Fiction. I recently naid a visit to the Pomcrov boy, who was sentencm! to bo hanged fur killing threw olillilrnn but whosn seutnco wn nfiorwnrih romniiitcd i o i in ;i ion mcnt forlifo. i anUeil him if h read much. Ilusald that ho did. "What klud of books do yon read?' said I. " Moxtly ono klud," ho siilil, 'mostly ilimo novels." "What is the best book you have read ?" I asked. "Well, I liko Buf- fttlo Bill best," ho lie replied. " It was full of mui-dors ami niciurcs adotit murders." "Well," tasked, "how did yon fetl alter reading such a book ?" "Oh "said hc,-I felt as if I wanted to do the same." Terrible Flood in Hnagary. London, March 12' A dispatch to the Dally News, from Sccilgin, this Weduesday morning at 8 o'clock, says: After a Icarful uight of anxiety, all ef forts are uieless. The water broke through with imuiPiise force, at two o'cloi k carrying away a port of the railway station embank ment and the rolling slock. With in three hours tho town was many feet deep iu woter. Terrible buf fering is commencing Shrieks and cries from thousands of people are heard houses nro crashing by tho snore and their inmates with them God knows what we sbnll do to uight. There Is uo gas, the works being fifteen fent iu water. I fear wo shall run short of food. One boat was justgoliigtosavea large limine full of ueonlo. when a fearful r tyj j ...... - , r , TIiIh made him well nli h: crash carried with it the whole frantic, and ho went dancing about the kitchen like an luebrmtou acr vtsh, waving tho bimiinir wax wildly, tiutil a largo drop det i- hed Itself from tho flaming mass aud dropped plump upon his noso. in bis furious anger ho kicked tho offondlng can through tho window scattertug its contents over tho dog, who rushed tuto the streot howling and raising an alarm of mad dog," which engrossed the attention of all tho people within throo squares. Then he submitted tn. h lnl.1 on the sofa and plaster- cd with flour and sweet oil until ho looked liko a badly-gotton-up scaro-crow. Ho is now willing to make an affidavit tho size of a barn-door that he will lot the wo men be Just as awkward as they choose -Burlington Uawkeve. . . . no Mr. Conkllng, according to a St. Louis Republican Journal of the Graut persuasion, "would be moro of a statesman if ho were 1cm of an ." living freight. Thuceue is simply heart rending. No less than eighty thouoHud people are out of h tiso and home. Hundreds are drowning aud the waier U rising rapidly. In my Latin-school days, tho only communication between Bos ton aud Kin hbnrg 40 uiihi was by n stage-couch, of wliich oue Day, an excellent fellow, was the driver for many years. But his duties wore not confined to titling on the box aud handling "three blind ones aud a bolter" or an honest team with cqtiul dexterity. At every trip ho had a hundred crrauds to do, messages and par cols to deliver, shopping for coun try ladies, Ac, and he never torgot a thing or made a niixtake, for ho hud a plinuomuual memory. Oue time a couutry cousin from Fitrhliurg ni.'ido me a visit of a l.irtulirlit. and as wo were both fond of niiisin wu went uighlly to the Treuiotit Thcutro, tho atlruc lion being Euglish opera, with Mins Ilugho as prima douna. My co'.isli). who had a fiuo ear, carried back to Fitchburg a prodigious stock of melodies wherewith to regale the cars of his comrades of tho "Fitchburg FusiiVcrs;" but shortly after his return I received the following uoto from him t " Dear Cousin : Whou in Boston I failed to tret tho air of tho bra vura Miss Hughes slug iu tho 3d act of ' John of Paris.' Do you kuow it ? If not, pleaso go to tho theatre and catch it; then whistle it to Day, and he'll whistle it to mo." This plan was carried out with coumlete success. I went to the theatre, captured tho tuna at ono Hitting, aud confided it, with ni rectious, to Day. He could whistle like a bird. Uo caught the idoa and tune, and prepared to pucker at once. In a couple ot day a no came to mo radiant and triumph nut. " I carried that 'ere tuuo safe throuuh to Fitchburg." he said. " and pasxed It ovor to your cousin. He was so pleased that he eavo mo a silver dollar for my trouble I enmo nigh losing of it on the road, though. Once I did drop it at Leominster but 1 picked it up agiu at the ucxt change of horses. Fact is, tho blasted tuuo is as crookod as a ram's horn and slippery as an eel; but your cousin and 1 slung her eout, right to a dammee sammee quiver." mnM an pnn water how cau8 ,l .la.ih leg- a uorriote fa..o fu-,orriuus was iu tuai and i,i,llo,,ll"KuPouuU ic might iu Droaa l,caa WM int vd enormous mourn, nnii- hv inlistcutod jaws tho ' - . , that rwi vcuomous iaug ho were the eyes glowed not to Icaolckcr than tight blv. eveu lemotiou tho dead- aknlfa oriUlcted. Oue iu oil or got WRB motioulons, waters tlHS wore lastenea iu .n,i i,. BoiiOBking ami now of a fai!nrmetl rt' nua ih,. ..i.ied to Its former atti i...... ..ealeuing Din sunpiy h..i.i...,tth.watchful eye, tho alleut of Its victim, without i v further attack. Tho him rut lost instuutly .the g that had been struoK i throo legs it first as if in wild terror rp iteclf around tho moro slowly; nud at A U91 VI t . . . ,, roll wasclod.omo"g ino Tho Democrats have agreed up on their plan of action when con gress meets. After organization it effected, tin legUltivn, execu tive and judicial bill will bo re ported and dti0Hcd of promptly, just as it passed the last house. At a verv nroininent member express ed It tho ol her day, "Not an ad ditional 'i' will bo dotted or n't' crossed." It will go to the sonato and bo passed there with as littlo delay at possible, aieanmne me house will do nothing. Not even the armv appropriation bill will be touched until it it teen what Hayot propotet to do. If ho teei n ta annrovo tho leglslattvff bill, thou the army bill will bo pasted as quickly as potsible, aud congres will immediately adjourn. 8o tart .1.. nr..t,.rin Pnt. j inn n'iis"" - JUDGES OrlllKSlIPKEME COURT. II r 8lmn.ll. Chlf JartlfO, n H tklinrr, 1 A. a, uampuaii, .wi"' ,.- Clerk, . miTPj viii'v. V- 8. CIRCUIT COURT. tti.i.. a. nut. I Geo. X. Bwaim, . Term, liealn In Juksun ea lb 11 i aaya u 117 chirk lion- C. e. DISTRICT COURT FOR BOt1 TMBRJf DISTRICT Ur Mloa SttPRElia COVKT. Terms of Snpremo Court com- ... TT .nt,v meeeoBin are w. it. iuiuv .n. ivt, lua uctoner. Kkiivsnw vii I.R. I i Suntowtr Oouniy. MtwlMlpiH. w 8. FAIUSil. ATTORNEY At LA, ORKESVItl.g, MIBB. "T. R. dazhd, ATTORNEY AT LAW, G roeuvllle, Mitt. Jat. Rucks. L. T. Bucks XIUCXLS 6c XIUCES, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Greenville, Miss. JAHE3 C. X7COU3, Real Estat3 Ac:r.t; (iuccJioi to Ih. late W. A. UajcfaA ) Makes tho payment oi Taxes a tpeeiuity. 4 ; Ghebnville, Mist DR. J. L Y0UK3. Resident Dentitf, CIlERrfVfU.E oii nn-ttiilri urn A. D. rwiay 10. Dniester. Waehlngtoa AV. ou" of'tf 11,1,1 thc,e spited. Teeth Bxrraoted Without Pala nov. 4, Robt. A. 11111. '"i1?. '! Geo. T. Bwtaa, wet a. Sea.lon. ennuaenre In Jackton tmine.m UondareoIJuueandJauuary. .. a . ,: copsty orriciAiit. , MBMBBBS Or TMI BOaUD Ot il rtMVIIOBI. Plret liitrlct-A.tW. WldB.ITI'K. geeoad DUUlet W. M WORTIIISUTON Third DUtrlot A . B C ARSON . Poarih DUtriet Jno It McOitchrn ntaim.iriat...wnilTOK E. WEST Regular meellugs are held by the Board ot Bopcrvltort on the 14 Uod-yt of January, March, July, Aftjmt, 'and t)ctotr, and may continue In tostJ ') lougor. ' ' ' ' 5 ' ' ' " : 'MeaiVen ef Leirlnlatui i', W. A. PKRCr, Altl HAMPIVN, Jr. ... ; vnator from Mk VUtrlct. - ' ulna i.lnliainl fl'Olll tllll on tn wet"-' "-i - v 1.1...... ....Ill tt , .. - . UlllUII Ulliil ifc 11 ua wu n v 1 tnedlatclv Ibe snake f...i.?lo swallowing pro was no preparatory Thus do &"S al)on aua l,rosV maintain V- 'lhe "K" 8""" whlia thet'1''8 lu!ua hU his naturo i!mC(!Cl operation' servitude ' built ntwr ,ll0. --dlnfl.anl.5-i; whom MparatpVi w.rerd..io -r. . I!..,, I.JO VH - " H1 "' !.. of.c iio and lake afresh Dantal Ilotlcf- 111) or fov hold fMnml, Thmi tlm first that ftnd io fust would let go, nud nou Chin VI.'..... I..flnliti1 It At A tlft . . ....J .u u i..n(,.iaflinlial tfAfVl. ana icnuur my in ". .4 ccs to the people ol Greenville and surrounding country. . . ryotneo over ino aioic ui v. j0WU &SiNRY ROBINSON, doc7 - Deutlst. tlio front, and rig a new In that way, by alter- ces of tho right and left Vis upper law, bo slow New Yof. "ll,no1' own- Some diT0111' "lc 10 uo mnnt of goes, the r' fed to 0.,al Willi 1UUO llll- IVIIB KJ vimv a. 3i. iieiaH Civil Engineer &Surveifr. Real Estate Ageiit, GREESVIM.B '- MlS. '(Espeeiia attention given to plnetix.) jtliy w it. ' ' ' Rlirrlt. Cliancerjr Clerk. , flrrult Clerk. Count I'rrasuwr. Connty Aeeemor. . ioliool'Siiiterlnttmleul. W. K. Hunt, C M Johnson. 1,, V. M. WatUm, Jao P rinlty ttasim 8. archer, ' 1 TOWS Ol iICIAI.8. i ; ,' i ' Major, E HOC HUES . ... ' Councilman Juo. W. WARD, SI.GOI.DbTBI, Jas.'E KEOftf, ,. A l,ATCHEtt. . Clark. W. A. aSTermin frea.urer, , llni Street Hooervlior. - w. B lurver m'K. Vnvii i ntiiicii meets on the 1st Tuesdays of each mouth. .i Uui Kiuiuinl Ltvtt OcmniiiiiMri. Regular Meetings tocotid Mondays j of January and July. fTOHMIMIOMKaK " hW. ymtOUSON, President. Charlm II . fmlili, j Wnbhtngloa Cuanly. UulUar liiiinty tucky, wa,i, except that their ..aruoteristlot . wore vlvmiin a layed. None wat .m..i, a.m of danger nud lm- tv iiaiu u ;i , exclalmingftbl(! "l,8,,t' Btt,d r.i ui.Iucky m tho scveuth lltniuuiiaKli , ...... been verv,cctvln ' ho fttUl b?te unake to mnko fight. UlUllUIICU , , Ah gonras too cfifcctlve in tho ou you tl 111118 cl,0W' my card? v,'nft, ie reached the "Ycs"t: ,1,B Ilmb tlffc"e(1 ,t r .'ttno sat. oml ho rolled "i.-back, weakly kicking UII'UII UT ' " , . t i'ur lor soino iiiliiutes, " Oh I ''u0 1'k'15,1 Qi" wn gcntle.f""ll' -t wlild. wa u.t.. Jio head, full Immediately UUlUg ) ,111 "Hint tcctuiugly dead in less ....... mi ute. person ?ho knowf u Yc1'0"' "ViTCias if ho had mcdlta11' "spl"1" t,,ttt as ooa j.10 iHuakes has eaten, in cap- again ml"4"11 ead ametlvlty oT time g , ,Bwof' ' by the J0 lrte,'vnl bntweon the morDli.g,w,resu,,'uP,,?,n!! D. S. 0'DAKNO7, JUSTICE OF'THR PEACE, (1RF.KNVILI.K. Court Days 1st and 8d Mondayi. Offlco up-stalrs In Mlms' bnildliig n.M It flaaatniis. ' . ) E W. XtUwr. i 1 T, W. llaj'M, IqiieB county. ' Wm. Gllibone. Slisrlciiy county. W. A. Evcrman, Secretary anil lieu.urtr, T. 8. Andenon, Kiudneer. u u o u 0 Reno, Nevada, Gazette. " Why don't you go and ace Judgo Blank about it?" asked a citizen this morning of an auxiout lookiug mau who asked advice about collecting from a tough deb tor. "Judge Blank!" cried tho ...... ltl..,ilr .Intl.;.. Rluiilr I don't want him for toy lawyer. 'ply, b ofk!"' h'!P,Uc' vcn' I had a case oi.ctintho Justice's i tho wor1" Acl.ivit' ' .tl,Rt omo- Court aud had him lo; my lawyer. He lost it and appealed it to the District Court, and he got hot there and called tho Judge a bat bottomttd Ijit and went to Jail fur it. I wauted tho fool to carry it to tho Supremo Court, in the hope that he'd get himself hung, an' ho was afraid he would, and t could n't get him to stir a peg. Til col lect witb a shotgun afore I bother wtthBlnnk'" inu wm ... , , . . . 'H B ei'ol twos are lnsmuciem " Wh , , .' man, 1 jike evil, is infectious; but " didnj-mU it must bo consib- ilnre. '! ' ' : I'm mean u ' : ltt more pleasant days will " Af'i'l'tlf poetry: :' , allnncrv navemontis very f .he power l-hlnd 'h" tluwio. tr.e I, CDtl' H o (4 u o m m 8 t- Ti) !'! M ... O . f H '"a C3 tataaa , M , 1 cent . 1 CLAPP BROS. & CO. Cotton Faoton and Comalrlon . Kercaanti, ,' ' , 60 Ifadaa ltrM, O1"" Llboral Cash advances madt on all cotton conslgued to them. nov't '. Postal ClrwUeas. All postage must be pld by roetage Stamps Letters la the Unllcd 8Ute per half ounce 3 CHltS. Drop lett.ru, per halt ouuee at letter- carrier oOlce t conts. ru L,oai. nar half onnco at non- i.iii. i t carrtcrofBoe 1 Kegtstered letters, In addition lo the - - proper pnatage. ........ i . - .!.! nanla each... '" Pamphlets, oncaslonat liiiblleatlout, transient newspaper, ooki, periodicals,. lKters,hotil- , bills, printed shwt musle, p- , peetnses.maiw.and proof-tnects, for etcry wo ounces or iraciivui" iMrl Iharmf. ........ t . ' t. . . . Printed card and blanks, litho graphs, tlereoschplo views, iwca mantucrlpt, uncMled etrcuUnr, awds, cuttings, ba'.bs, roots, and actons, merchandise and smtujles, ' In packages not exceeding 1 i ' wl!it . htf Atllira (The address ef the sender, toge-.h-crwitb the word "from" lndl eating torn whom the package comes, msynow be wriUen either Inside or outside the package, as well a statement of the tontmts of Uie package. 1 Kewspapers and period icnls, lo rrg- ular tiinscnuf rs . wecaiy or ini M1 . na nound Kewspapers anil psrMlrals, to reg ular subscribers, ! frequenlly than waaktv. ner pound. Periodicals exceeding two ottnocs In weight, deposited la leUBt-car- ' rier offlee fur local deliverf, each. "! Ml tnMternnt at teller rale miutbspre paid la full, aud so Wrapped that It can be ex .mined without destroying the wrapper, liquids, poison, explosives i and other daa genWinanrrareexcludeit.. Cupakl letters art 'e Dead tetter Oftlc, at Wasalaatoa. , , . Letters parlWly l"l 'rf'1l thabnUnreeollscted. jttar. Improperly addressed ean be f.r warded oa, If not lsk-n fmm the pottoEe Wi'ho"! s-t'tl'ion il imt ii-. , t cents. , t cents. i i r-v-