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Sorrier ul'les." '-SCRiPTION TERMS- I rERTISING RATES -Bt... Insertion....... l:50 wuent Insertion . 75 u?7L,.i notices. which are Kder thread, doe "J last r-WIthm. Ko proof tT. HAir-YSABlY AXD rrtd toe at liberal Rates. .....i Kotiees. except r.ta per line; Obit f&nple announce, "at- 5is or marriage free. ii , m-i.ii to Induce In . urr lMperwiuil notices.' ..ti to wiy In accord- Jlt? the Mture oftlieJr.rU. VOL 12. GltEEIIYXLLE, "WASHINGTON COUNTY, MISS., SATTJHDAT. DECEIICrii 20. 1879. ftim.es. no at JATE8: .Vii District Offices, $18 l"r: . 10 Cts (Ijjn.from transient customers 3Z Ken, tor Job vwk. MDMled by the Gash to obtain JSSSm. Aeconnu of "K'r .".due and presented tbt if each nionlli. and Estsati fro ORISISNVILI-K ' TO CT C2LTAKS ''( ' - ASD ' 8T.U5UIS now . fcOJJf. " ... .jpFolnt . UaaJ ' Jmwd brti Iilfct 1 Arkawas UM, JMyvHIl. ...; lUjtrtTlll' latorroTlitsne....... 3HkuHutl....... lMlkf Tasoo i Tlekli?...."'. Vinwitoa" ttvTawa .. lawTlraas .r... 19 .... M .... at ...... M ...... w .... i i .... HI t:4 Ml its IT , Ill m 2lfi sen m ...... ...... m BEflYlXG Tii EXODIS. Washington, Dee. 10. Windn'iu and other are trviua, to revive the exodus of tho color ed people from the South to Kan sas. At an immense meeting, held last night, they received a severe set-back from Fred. Douglas, iu a letter, in which he savs: " eau- iiot but repeat the opinion that all organised efforts at tlia North to promote stampedes of this sort should be discontinued. Those poor people should uot be deluded and ilircived and allured from their horn: and I see uo good but great evil, tj the movement. I have In no f y encouraged the ill advised and,..! arranged exodus of the eot I people from the South." I . ressions of dissatisfaction wIC; Ilr. Douglas among the pro- i of the exodus are freely .and ills openly charged st ii swhey....' ' nb cn - IM Mum ' Lnl'loiMMut Mtsl-it M Mlim..., '.. Saton Sr Ifulnlno.... .,... ISrt ItiuUon.. ......... llDiDIt KJi.. )1tiitiin lKMi.Niiille. ...... l;nuv.lkl... CUw " lliinl.'Ane.... M (;hf'h ' Urr,)(limi Si OrleiiH BmiUi rit'ftr tit. ' i'nlml.lu Umiwi ' Artiili i UiwmI tliy............." . Mim Ifaintaill ...'............'.."' liillivr Vmiuirith ASMmlii.... MMIowrar i trim I'uliil..... Iblens M. t'ntncU Rlr v." Autin. l!iHiuur. MIwiiikIiI bU Twiwaseo Line. . . . HmpliU SwwMiili raftl'Ulow ' ArtHrt Htlc'sl'olnt ArkuiaMMiit Mtswurl Line Nml riwMut i 1taMMHiIKctitnnky I.Iim ... trw Mtlrhl... NiftkmM Colnmlxu Udn Vgmmrrtt . OtpF UlrafittnM tswtr Buek.. Ckwfer It. Ikuwkvi., SarnakS St. Loiito lUtflCfTmti k.m r f.nlenceof reforcnee. we im,i !tu tutMish a tabular siate- ...... tx ....t; 4.11 IM lit Il ..... .at' ......M TS M )( t;w ......K- nt )hT 11)5 W t hu gone over to the South. tmoerala. V .-vis, another leading colored r , says there is a law iu Kansas .UilUng coloretl men settliug ' c, and that by seudin them ,e the spirit of slavery and per- ution would be spread ratflpttut .lie North. . The exodus has received a severe low here by these openly avowed opinions of cmineul colored ntou concurred iu by ltruce, of MUsi Ippl. It is thought the exodus has beeu killed by them. k StTl'CSSI I L SETTER. tSntiFraucUco Argunaut. "i say, Cnal Brown tell us is it true ? They say joti wiu every bet voti itiuko " Yes, etdoticl," sold tho rnptaln sinllllng, "it is qutto true." ''Nonsense I" chorused a dozen voice. "It lan'l noiiseuse," suid.the Cl. for-I'm laid on very good atilhnr ity iwtiiely, his old colonel, a ilear friniul of iitiitB Hint it is true. lie told It wt.cu it wns !rtcit ltd Umt Kroivn was toexel'RiiiW. inul li' you tii ai'. 1:0 lUU-Ju U IiUiihU." "l'roKt, pi-ool cci.u-.l othi'N. "Alt '!"' s iid tlie eoloiivl, ''proid. Count Dniwu, lmw it J on nian na it if You won't wind tidllnff I BiililHMe?" 'Oh di-ar, M said lti-own, mil lug, "I d -n't ndnd tullii.tr. You sue, I. study thu eoniileiiaiicn of the m.in I but wiili, mid know hnforo- baud bow iiiniti'fS will bo. I 'ran rcitd a iiui'i'it liifo cnouli for thj pi.trpnsn of n wiigei'." Yon cu:t n-nd uiiiin, then?" a$kd the colonel, chuckling. "Oli, yes," was the culm reply. And the officer tu onud the table I was '!!! irrow interested - "What can you read thcro theuif ' Ca)latn Browu looked at him lutmitlv far a few moments, and ""mi then BHid: ;" 'Well for one thing, I can read hlmt the old wound ou your bsik .WD ..UTS , M il ,.BM .711 .720 has broken out afresh. "Nonsense t " roared the colonel "I never hud a wound on my bnck.' Tim voting oflieers exchanged glances, and the colonel saw it and I it nindo him more angry back. j 'Come, look all of yont " cried the eolouel; "Fin not ashamed. Yoo'il find no old wound upon my back, One and all inspected the gen tleman, and declared thcro was not .a sear. "Now, Captain Brown," said the colonel, perhaps yon will come and look sir. aud satisfy yourself? n "I'll take the word of these gen tlemcD, colonel," said Brown. "I have lost. I was mistaken." . "Uu.-np ! I'm glad of that," said the colonel, snatching himself into back iuto his clothes, and at last buttoning irp hi coat "I'm afraid sir, you could uot read my countenance" "No, sir, I confess I could not I am beatcu. There are your ten nonndii'' Th colonel chuckled ana looKea delighted as he pocketed the mon ey; for this, and the feeling that he had been too ranch lor toe new captain put hint in tho best of humor. So Jolly was ho tnat he patted Browu affectionately on the back when they parted. "Yon couldn't read me my lad, 1.?Xa. no. rather too deep for you, ch ch?" "Much too deep, colonel beaten," aid Brown. And from that dsy, for a whole fortulgld, Brown's glory as a bet ter was under eclipse. At the cud or that fortnight thero was a ciiane. The reason was this: Colonel ttollin was so delighted at haviug, a ho niitd boalnn tho bettinsf man, that lie wrote to his friend tho colonel oftlio lancers regiment; . . . Dbar WARiiKS-Thiit was all gammon about ttrownV'luck at bet tins. Ho said he could read peoples faces, and so wo:i in that way; nml, hang me If tlm first night ho wast bore ho didn't bet that I bad a reopened WMtnd on f bet him. f)l c'ii!fc i.n in i. no- mMved to him that 1 hud. not, imd jtockotod hi; ten nnnniU. i! will b a .lesion f.r i.i,., t; U a ;ibio fellow. th.Mlub iuto. ' mid we like him verv much. Yours very truly, Jons Koi.Mns. An answer rauio back iu thu cotirso of a post or two: Pf,au lioi.MS8-(ilad yn like Brown. Hang hlmt we don't. Ho hnsbilfn us too nftott, and has just liitlcn us ngiilii. coniounn himt Too lutilil bfltorc na leu uu i waslalkin'' about what a 'sharp omcor you were quite a Tartar ami ho laid a wager with me, that was taken too, by half tho officers iu the mess, that ho'd do as ho liked with you tho very first time you dined together ho'd make you tako off your sldrt before tho wholo mess, and that you would write aud tell me. You may keep Brown. We don't waul him back Faithfully yours, Fhank Warren. Mrs. Spriggle Early Marriage. Western Sketch, in December At- lantie Not a weidc later Sirs. Spriggle presented herself again at Briar ley. Tho black suu-bonuct was limper aud rustier lhau ever. Their wearer dropped Futo a chair, and erosscd her lunds dejectedly on her knee. " Beckou ye done heercd 'boot my gal beiu married," she said, without raising her eyes from tho floor. " Yes. I was much surprised to heir It," the mistress replied. She must bo very young." uY3f, she is to'able young, is sis-goiu' on nftecu. But law, I was married at thirteen I was so! She looked up quickly, but catch ing an expression of disapproval on tho mistress' face sho cast her eye again upou the floor. "The wusl ou it is," coutlnued she, " he hain't got a cent, nor he can't make one uutlicr," u Why did you let your daughter teka him, thei'? " Well, he come a-dawdliu'round sis, an' he'd a powder-horn a-hang Iu' ou to him, so I Just 'lowed heM a fun, aud could keep sis in coons and possum. Sh'e a master-hand at fresh meat, is my gal i He scrap ed up two dollars somewhar to get the licouse with au' to pay the prenehtr; but I don't reckou he'll ever aru any more, Not cam any more," cried tuo mistress incredulously. "What is the niatter.thrtt ho can't work and support your daughter proper ly ?" Mrs. Surijrgle ptiihod back her bonnet and crossed her knoes be f.jrn slio answered. Then sho shook her head mournfully. " I novor fjiiiid out," she said " till thoy was done married, as how he'd uary gun nl all uotbin' but a pnwdcr born. And,"' with a gofture of dUifitst, " bo's the lowerl'iile.t no-uceoiiat critter ye nVer did see." " Yon nrisi fi'd bsdlj fn M your dauglilcr g- r.way with such a IIIRH." "G'u l.uv, sho ain't g :S. iid ye tl.inU ii" biul an l;ous lo put her iu? WliV, ilou'l jo kmnv r They' a livin' tohoni'i w:thino.'' This amuxi.ia l'!i!) of intetii- 1,'eiieo nearly took away the nil tress' bi'naih. Buforo stn could reidv.Mr. Surliulo conilnuod: Eaf 3Cti78 Science. The growti;' -frequency of the finding of arcuie iu viscera of deceased wives, and the diseompo suie of the peace of mind of sur viving partners thereby, suggests ihe idea that the art of takiug off wive is not whet it should be iu an age of such progress, and that in this regard man s constitutional right, under the clause relating to the pursuit of happiness, has not been made effective or appropriate scientific means. A le pro.cssor of chemistry baa had five wives in hand during the last year, from the State of Conueclieul alone, wi.tfih la a small State, and used to be called the laud of steady habits. Exchange. j PHOFKSSIONAI S W. FERtlUSOH. ATTORNEY AT LAW, CKtfimtXK. ... - Miss. 1 LOTS LETTER. The following touching epistle, from one who intended to die for love, but s uce then has changed her mind, was handed to a scull ncl reporter for pnbllentlon. it is an aflectimr missive aud Is calcula ted to swell a man's heart till his clothes will not fit him. Young maid of fifteen summers, be ware! Fort Wavne, lud., Sept. 1, 179. ii,i.. Cunt: You mar think it i ratine for me to address you by ttill title, but I am going to till vou what has made me so unhappy Tbi i written wheu at school but I have aprcsoutlincnl tnat tuisuay is my last. I give this leltor to my dearest friend ou earth to giro to you. Gust you have broken my heart. It Is you that have taught me that losou of love. Y on Who mado mo live you and then threw mo over. I thought from your action until last night that Joj loved me. But lumo eye were cponed last night to your unfailh fulness. Oust I do not wiu you any barm. I hopo that if you win L. W. that she nia make you a good wile and that you may alway bo happy. I am sorry Gust that ever crossed your path, for though I waut tu die, still if 1 hud not this sorrow, HID WUCIU iw as sweet to hu as my. My life has not been verv him: only fifteen summer have l lived. . A.PKBCT. W.O.YEBOEK. Pcroy Ct TTcrgar, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Greenville, Miss. COURT TEEMS Itk DI3TEICI CtRf riT COVKT. B. r TKiLX, itiAfk. t'. W. Clarke, lil-l. Alt. rt.j t'oahoma eotititvM Montiny f ?eptt'Uiber and Man h cuuiiui c iwrlvndays. ll..livur county 4th Mondav el September aud" Msrcbc.i iiuue twelve days, Washington eouuty 2d Monday ef October and April continue thii'tvdav. huu2ower county 3d Mondav of November and Mav continue is uats. bharkey countv 4th Monday of November aud May- continue six ,iV8. l;i'Hiena conntv--lst Mouday of December and Jnue continue twelve days. C. T7. CXA1T1TC, Attorney at Law, Gkbkx villk, Miss. J. W. ahttMs. JolSkiar. SXXZSLC3 & CSHIlTEn ATTOKJiEVa AT LAW, Urccuviile, MUs. Office In Alexander's building. w. S. FAftlSH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OBBBNTILLB, MISS. Jas. Rucks. L. T.Bucks nxross & rtjczs, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Greenville, Miss. J. M. Jyn. X. FIMW JAYHE & PZOARD, ATTOUNEYS AT LAW, GHEENVILIiK. Office in Alexander Block Itooiit 4 A. D. PACE, ATTORSKY AT hkV Greenville, Miss (Oflc tn " Hayoratt's OrBc." O. 31, IIEOI Civil Ertinser, Surveyor -ASU- Rcal Estate Jgent, GRKENV1M.B . Miss. (KwUl Httrntlan given ht puylu.; tnxS.) 'iiy it. - CHAKCERT COURT. VV U VaiLT Chakrellor. . Coahoma county 4th Mondav October and April, and continue twelve days. ltoiivar conntv 2d Monday ot N'ovembor and May, and continue twelve days. Washington county 4th Mon day of November and May, end continue eighteen days. Issaquena countv 3d Monday oi October aud April, aud t oulinuo six days. KliArkev enontr ?il Mnnitav of October aud April, aud coutuiue six days. Sunflower county HI Monday of October and April,' ami con tinue six days SUPRBMB "CODBT. Terms of Snnreme Court com mence on the trd Monday of Anrtl aud October. JlPUti OrTflCStrritUIB COt'MT. II f MmrM. I hl,.f Jmllro. II U CkalaMrs, A. 1. CniuulMll. AmocIuIm. Zlci k, UUver Clif K. S. ClltCl'IT;COUlT. Kohl. A. lltll. " JuAc. tiro. I. ("iviiiui, Clerk. Tii' lie;' a in .lunkaon on the 11. Moll itnj.lti M;i aintJ((tMiilH'r. V. 8. im mcri.ot :irr roa souniKtut eisniici urwiss. I'M. (Vik. Rolit. A. Illll. Un. T. bwiuin. Ki!oii mmnwurc In Jnrkaoft oathsSlh Mouilayt or June unit January. D. 3. O RANNOK, JUSTICE OF THE 1'EACE, ORKKNVll.l.K. Court Days 1st and 8d Mondays. Oh! Gust, you caul Office np-stnirs in Minis' bulldiug not understand my love, It . will Wlit thi Babylonians Eisdsd Dwn. ur imirn nnlv to look at onr wniMii. to aoe tliat wear j Bnbylo uian. Why is our hour divided an mliititos. our minutes into iiV.. An nnl lilrn llio subloet I Ml tneiillda t WOllld not a division . vu ..v. - " . i - . ... . , , tnn 11.in nfl iHhnur 11110 IV or OV Br w . . I - ............ nilnutes nave oocu mui uuiumi touched," said Captain Bravely" then we will pass ii rnent of SUto, Levee aud Town over. 1 beg your pardon for touch luirso tenfter a place." "But.conlound it ail.str r roar- cd the colonel, "I have no wounu on my back lo break out afresh." The captain emiled do you no hurt lo know it, as when I Tj T T, 1'OUNQ-. j ou receive thi t will be wliu my 4,3 ' What' id's did. Tui:it no lias final ii, I reekoiii" But how could you lot hor marry him without knowing more about him then you did Well, it' flylu' in tho fao of Providoueo not to tako up with a husband wheu ho comos along.' . . . I. ..a ...... I !r,... In aii.'ei lii'iuior in huu.u". ""I'v meet you thcro. God bloss you and join's l the prayer I offer np Willi my almost dying breath. Bo a friend to I -U , for 1 lovo her, and 1U0 to tho young lady wlilnii gives yon thi letter. oxt to yon and my parents I lovo her host of any ono on of.i tli. iniB .1.1.1 l A .!.. yotinx iuy is ii. m -.guin, I sav. Good by till we meet in beaveii. From your broken coTjiTV omciAU. IMBICU or TI1K uoard or sursi l0i. rrat titrlet A. W. WICKI.trrR. Swoml Dlstrlist W. U. WOHTIIINUTO Tlilnl Ulitrit A. B CARHOX. Pourlh DlMrlct Jim M McCuMmb I'Uih nUlrlct W1XHTON B. WEST. Regular meetings are held by the Board of Supervisors on (ho 1st frndnyi of January, March, July A a , Mist, and October, aud may i'uiitiiiuo In session 4 days aud no longer. Mi'rnliers of ttsli'ituw ' W. A. I'KIK'Y. : WAHK ItASimiX, Jr. aenator ftom SMh Dtolrlci. W, S. FAKtsu. W, R. Hunt, U M Jiiimmm, I,. I'. M W.lkltis I no l" fiiil.iy tltiSIm a. Arelicr, Sfcrrlt. Cbiinecry timk. C'lrrnit tlnk. ( ounlj TriDDuicr. Comity AwwHor. Bcliool 8iirlulciiitut DENTIST. Offico over Flnlaf's Drug Btoro. ureeiivtlio, JMor. s. She glanced up appoalingly as sue . ftrlcti Hat, spoke. " Uals cau l get a goou j, g.No one kuows the cause husband every day thoy can t soi 0, mv doal, except L M "But," satd tne mistress, -u all youwell. Others will say seems he is not a good husband." ,f art aseBHe t That is port, but Mrs. Sprlgglo's face, wbinli liaa tBeotnor brougiit it ou brightened slightly, took on n i WOidd liko to seo you before I gloomier hue, and sho pulled llio but nollt IUpposo I will. 1 I ...... .Ia.b.h n .... 1. 1 I . . t, . .1.1b ma.... uoiiiiuv uuwn u.ci i cautnt a glimpse vi mn hwim i "That's so "she assented, lcsr With that I must be contented fully. " He's wos tlwn nary nus baud. That' so, I do say. But," Dental XXotice. '.aj Vjiiiii' J I luva loc&tad here Dermaneutly, and touder my piofesslonal servi ces to tho people oi ureeiivme ana w have 60 divisious on the dlidi of our watches simply becauso the Greek astronomer inpparcntis, who lived In tho second century u. Ui, accepted the Babylonian sysiein of reckoning lime, that s stem being sexngestmai. ino oauyio uians kuew tho decimal system, as sho rose to go, " tnabbe he can ketch rabbits, If ho knows how to make a trap, now 1 1 mint bo get ting along." e..HM f BroVen Heart. suiToumlliig country. MWlBBa J B " 18 jrjrotttee over the store of C. W. Lewis ft Co. HENRY KUIsiJNSOiM, dec7 Dentist. taxes. Ixtbact or Privilege Taxes Law 1879. . mturk nivlar S.B0S t ft OS SMhslonsloek of W,BOOta3,00 10 St i. .nk r s . noo to 3 .dim U . . ..... .tnk nrtS.MM lo 7.0O0. milll.ww. . .. . , mA MIL hi On Mod tun itooJi ' ""'"1: ' fiirhtlug on soon store sum. M . . -,. . ,,.,...,1 Botlig o rniin.Hls way into the o eh store stocKO!"!"1" :: I . i J"v,' :, , ,en a tv . k....i,-nrso.oiioioss,oao.,.ee to ,., lliat T 4.-- ,,. . ft wound works Ptolemy, about lfio A. j .i., wncnuii esvr bb, ikfl I "MW I k i 1- lima nai'Vtlul ill . 1 . .... -A 1 I 4.A. MMAMA HAD "Come then," said the colonel out, lor iiraouow v', uuum mwi . . I ,....,i t nd sarl.tlie e s- hard to keep own n" , "iTpresent iu 60, iho saros you nro a betting mau, l It -.A, ' 3goo. From Ilinnarcbtts At a trial of a criminal case, tho prisoner entered a pica of "uot guilty." when one or tuo jurymen nut onhU hat aud star ten rortne ... i UIIU U " door. The Judge called inrnoacK I An iMnr9 M to the A. AAl. ....IJ 1 and informed mm mat no co.uu .11MOfDl ok' s-a horso-eril des woo .11)0 W .its 00 On meh store stock of BSl.OOB lo iffl, 0ihtireslwll SaS.OWW M.ow On tsebstor stock over Sas.Wl BtatbTax 1879. For all purposes, 8,mllU CniTSTY Tax Lkvv 18i9. Funded Bouds of Cottuty 1J mHl. nor yet even a scar of a wound evou a scratch ;upou my back, will you hot?" With pleasure if it pioaies you, coloacl." end tbenee H was earned uown theslreaiuof eivitiaauou, ninuug its last resting piaee in ine oisi i.f our clocks. And why are there twenty shillings lo our sovereign ? Again mo rcasou nes in Tuin lon. Tho Greeks learned Rail Road Bonds bshool Tax County Tax Warner mandamus Total County Tax Town Taxkb, Genera! Purposes, Quarantine, Old Rnll Road Bond, New Railroad Bond, Fire Department, Lbvbb Taxjm 1 2 7 a . .in "Damme, sir. it does please me i . M TVitivlonlans tho art of di. I want this cleared up. A wound vjiUh(? pod aud silver tor the pur . .. i...,.t iin..n ! t tmver nnennf trade. It had been prov en my : .i.-I I.- -..ren.it irold-biece of turned mf Uck to tho CMimy a.U was eaeti; the sli my life ! Now, sir, will you cett Uclh ,t of n BHbyonian mua, or t .iii.m said tho cantaln.Biieak- mum. It was nesnv equm m ... ..., . . - , , rpw tininiiii, urn 11 Bin Ibb reluctantly, as If be was forcea ,V,id aud 6 mills lul0 f . while the colonel wa ovl" I atiVer tt a bl-mouetary currency 21 H & 1 16 mills, 1879. 1879 dontly irrowing purple with iup- j ' A beon 80ived toa certain extent nres.edr.ge. 1 1. the; sucten ,t MejppoK, -a . :.ii.Hii i ii tat inn iiriiiiui wwu sjrwi "Oood, then," saw u (,,,,, flxoJ ,t 1 to 13 1-3. 'twenty pounds to tou. i ne mt Hver BueK,.i ourreut in Baby- here aro witnesses, amw noU WBs heavier inan iu a-u Levee conslritctlon tax, one-quar- the door." wrcentperpounaoii -". . A youn tn ail property, rooi i"-- an ad valorem tax, or "' . h : B i.n. 1. nuila " OllOCllflll fur k ' vjn . fcurfl Mini Un. Mill ml on cotton, ana two and ono-kalf cents per acre on 1 " JiVW kel 111 the proportion of 18 1-8 to . ii.. . thitraineii. inn vniuooi cornet owyeu .-u old .eltel. ,d Uie heated by wine, the colonel, iu nis " - .. by tl0 For 5 per acre t Manila:;; 1 Counr r levied t . i . auuuc -. ;tl - ;r acre cm la: y a w . L . rage aud desire to show his new Gwk,adiiua, waworthone- captain to be what ho ment.llv twentieth of a Pi !l'.,i?? a3l a hnmbus, proceeded to dl- J' t, , ,:t r-i r revt .": j t i-.ct t'.";Ml , 1. - ir.l J t". t !" t at Noticing au old-time Jehu erlti cully examining one of the lead i.ni As iu the Piocbe stage last eve ning tho reporter elided up along JJJJ,, Q, H. OXTIIELL Hide In time to heat him remark, I 0nlce and residetu e nl Dr. Ball's sotto voice: "There's Dick going 0rmr rosldouceon Wai'iutstieei to the devil Just like .11 the rest, onei. ,W ; , ... I.n..n ...i II, rnul kl i ." UIIU II U WIU I u7ou vlilul.y. novlo not leave uutil the cose was trieu. "Tried?" BBid the Juror. "Why, I. a antrnnw Imiuos that he is not guilty 1" Eight t houiand t wo hundred and Bank of Greenvillo, jk. i ...!.... .. .1 a, t.rt hAltf li teeu mue oi nuiuuu , . . BM.i mm i DrlilA India. Durlug the he wa . good o, e. Ml of fe and presout year the very imporlaat iudu Valley Hue, couuuctiug tho port of Kuriimhu in gcinde with t! cat ion led lo the development of soma facts in regard to stago stock that may bo interesting to our readers. "You see that Day ieaa- .i!d he. "that animal was put ou tho route six mouths ago, and Qaixl2i.3lSE Busi&OCS, r, A. Pollock, I'rnalilc.tt. C L, KttHTaoiMAH Transact a General I it. KBSrHCHMAB, I ijihlei AA.1IIIIIU. lyHfllier. ambition, oud when he nrst wout Iuto harness it took two good mon to hold him down bnfore the start and a smart driver to hold him aftor he was fairly strat.htc.ied. Now he's a boggy as a dray-horse . I ..... ,.. a.t Alilrit nliiiuili to . . tr.... Hitrtii. iiiu iirhi m " " ma". , : TZTiZ hold hi. head np. Thev most all go a et.i a ....... .M,l HahiIMI ft I I lift WJ nore, weim, Agr, u v- - - . . , Won.. i . ... una.... . 1 . . i. c- I . M ., mile a tfav nn ait sons oi roaus tho Puiilaub Railroad at Moullan has been completed and thus, with the exception of the crossing the rem Awr ms Bought and Sold. Snnnlal attention to the payment of taxes In this district. aptlS Calcula, about 2,110 niilea, MM- II,...! 1 ik India proved of groat serv.ee in - - - , Planters' Restaurant the recent eampaigu. old age; but put' mtte rrj, trrt Ctff Co to AKI ci;tKNvr.tB. Bs'lmry OtttU The Hartford (Sy.) t 7 a t ib riribn (if B I ; C J rrnrn- B Crow at that place, a j; ist:iriJt3 'fall-grow. Tin:"' i":- 'Li' t78 t?at.U" if . . i rzx: every uay, -I t 0'itsrst Game, r-y (' M('f fV OI 1U0 i 1 1 li t' ,'ut TOWN OFNi:lAI.S. Mityiir, K nnUIIOKS. t'oiiuailiiien .1 in, W. WAKO, M.C10LDTKtV, Ja-,. -3 NKl.Uft, A t.ATl llh'lt. Me li. W . A. i:voinmii T mi . Tlwoiio. I'ohl cny i . it. A.iiuviH jiiiiu. Miiir. vl)r, W. It. Ilmv.if The Town Council msots on the Ui Tuesdays of each mouth. Boird liisiii-.siiii Livst Cexxisslsatti' UeguUt' Mut'iiiigi teeond Mondays of Jitiiuury and July. (lOMUIWIOM.Ift. n W. FKtiUUSOV, Prcslilent. rw'"i,'!; IwtagieaUiuiir. ""jiXVl01"' (Bolivar County T, Vf . Iliiye., iMti'iiiPnaeoi'iiljr. W'ni. GitiliD., ShitjroWjr." ' W, A Kmmi.i, 8et.li.i'y anil Tiw iitrer T. S. Am'ciion, , knviJntcf. A'' poilatsu" ''1 n-i'itliv POblaKO 8t.ilp )A!i.c.it iu His I'll'iMi Salt, ):rr Iniir oiiiio s eeufs Drop lclier, tier hl" ouiieo at leitci-- cuiflor olUos com. Urni letters, ier h.ilf onucs t non- errlrfflc 1 etui Ugttrnl loi.eni, l adil'lloato Ikt proimr pmlil..... 10 eenff, PlutiU CBt cioli 1 osnt Pmiil'HIela, owankiual publication, . tmnntent Dwpie't, mngiktiin, uookij, iiiiitioU, poi'ten, hsnil- bllli, iniiiloit tiet min'e, iru- pecluw.,lnniM.siiiI liroor-dKeU, lorovcrr two oaiicea or fnutilona part llieitor.. 1 ewrt rilnKi'l cant or.il ll.mlj, llilui grnih9, Bternosrhiiiii leW, bui nuuitiscrtiit, u:i!.itl ireuln, mmU, f ulling, 1m1!, root'-, sail srtons, nwtcli.imlUe ami milt, In (iwV.irin nut txaltnz i lt, In Weight, per oiiuie..,, 1 trit. tT!;eniliii'(l(!ofllis!iHlBr, tOKC.h erwilblliii woiil "i'.u.u" imli Cittlu froin wnom the iHU-.kiijr enmw, niAjrnuw be wriiiftft either hulila or ou 'lile tin) luii kiige, an . well a slad'HH'illof Hi. volilruiitOf th W.kne,l Ncwupnpsin nd jwriqillPiils, to reg ular .nlKR'rllwn. wkl)- or often er, pr tt.onn.l. S onrtt. KeWApaneiit ami pei lilial, to irjf nlar AOb.evllwi'A, 1 nwinmlly than weekly, pr tw'""' " Pcrlodlciil oMMiltaj tw i.nn.s ta welyhl. deposlitiltn l.-riii-rie odlcoa for local dtlireiy, neb fS'1'' All iMtieraot 8t h-iier wie awlbBr paid In 111, and to wrapped ib ii II cm' mW wlitioet airii.viK .wwpi""' Ll',i f, poiwn, espto.lnA aaJ lhr 4iu- i-.-i i- raat sr t j:.cluill. t;rw li.-. it DraJ r t t. 1 1 l i r !'