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   Thomasville Times (Newspaper) - February 21, 1880, Thomasville, Georgia                                 *' s  is- rearar" ïa-œ «ï •sesrasâsSBi'ïSÂi.—.«sei^sís- srirss. -h  -ile.  -Ofídli  W tftk-«ígh^  T-  ' AS£Sii|MK«ipti«n» must be paia invariablriD «nuÉi»; ^lío'illÁvIñfii^ttonln favor of aayìn^f. «ae toaper Wííopped I» tìl tostancM st ti^'ex^ñ^iKMrtlús time páid fo .^nleMsalK^  . : - lAéfolloiriiis-rates kave been ai.Yeed «pan ;  . , Satsát^W.»»tihern EnUt^riie^ and wlU be r/ WclIJrtadlwred»:,,__  ^ |4M I 1211."  "" ií»iwá,,  2500 3000  404KI «ÍOO 4SU0lm00  lOOO'J ¡{000 22 00  2200 2500 3000 d500  2500 801)0 3500 40001 4500 5500  aosoi «lo^oe  ooQoiiooftr  8JOO &U0 S.OO 10;0l» 16*6 > 4.00¡6.00{0.00. 8.00 JO.OO  ^ Notice» JttílooAl «QlBmiC-''" , ^ Bet »»»ly^w» »PAOe^""-""  ^^AtehbyberplUuw , ^  AndljuÜlíei'ídtmjJtoy^tíí^'jBptlvítííialí f  » » r "i rf - 4 --I'... -W--;.  i , '1 /i L ir  Wbjntfsca'1'rîoHinor.tol ' '  .............^-r. ,f  Bo\HngíoJíoweit^amltSL\9rf ^  Vi Ítk áu atjeet ubfcDvcrcíl beii^ ' ^  Heéy to>ttrfti(.t or -wairw; ^ VíilUng to be droveor . Wnivk arseff «Ith flnqcr btift'.njí;^ ' , i r iro cr voraí ^lioMcrs i al?; ^^ - tir i»p«ne lia/ií<sr?»'an<í róf^if^', e% the íhfi.g W^Icb.^'r''^ "  Âil  ♦ .-î-ilr  2L  f  TL':-? •  S wEo^  li  a-v-wH  _________,  14" iJ  réfi  -spsaj-.  B Vrtn f  parties wlto 'adirârtise  ir. ' V-:.  ana, Bo^ié ¿ays Kísa.áódjríty .and aas a Idpolntiuo o pL »>áilÍD¿|[or the cei» te orne ti" capi) al oí Boooe Í8t¿rUbÚ!teeuth  ty  V GnardlansUlp  •#*•••••••••¿te  ^ «l^ATv Inr mi 11 jlfT vii---r--------- ^ .'v^..  ....... V  ttorsandurèuitors............... o 00  ,p||ç«Mji|ifejr,iitoi«te8loii ftom .ídmln-'l  ' - ' tsttatloQ«.......... «M..........„„„...«.........»I. w vv.  < /Ippl^tiiim for Demission ftom Guardi-1  /AppUctiiimj^-Iyaveto sell l<and^............. g W  r^tjrJ j7otioe9to___________________________________________  |v'; por^ogare,«r WortMge, per square.........; Ö 00  Bstrky NotiiWiiiSOidays«»».»?«...............................» oo  r ^pUoaUonforHoiaeBt0ad».'.t.-'<............... »110:  'i<dlaIílf8ítator«,3Bxeóutor8, or Gnardiaa i ill^Wktííaid by Administrators, Execu  orCWSwUaus/arerequiredbylawto beJield i ' f ' tbeiiStrCttíWlay in the month, between r pm óf ten 6*clook in the forenoon, «nd. t -f  for ñj ¡¡ticaUúrá! And tbf^re is one n the history of  bç^d ron that traici t'ò^^snit iiim^IÌ^^  tiotttft ^ten «'dopKini  listheSfterntooii.attbevwnr® «wuTOiu wu ,  the property IsSftnated J^Totices of these sa ^ aws^be given fn a pnblio gazette forty d  E«Sfo*j5ebfconi And Creditors ¡-Notice toi;  - Oeb^r» »nd 49re^torB of an estate mast>^be  - f'^^'iSrardrnSyLeave to Sell :-Notiie that ii^ /ipplicalioBt^illbemade^o the Courtof Ordlna-  na iimoi makes no' connec> tions, rons'^ nowlkéro, tfcod has So^nn(bndeíit.'r It : máy ba iijj: rig^t^^'tlfffl:^]^ raUsnaded' .toa loner  j^^Ar tìétifiastfi-1  fÎSÂÎÎÂW:-! - -  Mov^f Hortgage must be published monthly  -BuleS'fot Fore  Mnvoorttongai orfonriMaths*  1. ' f M i-^ • Í -  O U R  f  Department.  H"-41aving supplied ourse with new  ejotFresBes  Í,'  ^TTHB  jatQstmâ^MostlmproTeàPatterns.  V «Va are, now prepared to execute in as  -  ' ANjDATAS  Mr- " > ' '  can be had in-ihè^State»  f't -  rr -.It »«'i'««-  Vj »V ^ ^mr. m  > f^H  i, . . a .  Iciwîto  'bu Heads,  8UÜB  .Circulars,  .................. . - . . . ..  ; 4 - ' -I.etter Ueada  «  fc -Jt-^  . ¿is  Í,  g^A^Sii.r^Vj'Sr Ì \ Oiit  mlwlKable  factTn the history of ¿tee city and; coiinty. They , bavf \no eithejr bonded or fl^l^F And what' is more reniarkaUQ, neither' city or coanty ever baJ^ |  The:j paid aa they -^..W are <jpnse<iaent!y rich,. 1 ^^Votpi and ]>ro8peroa8; and if fiil pie itiliebanon are like, ilbe I met, they deserve Tber; may be some stnpidl in Lebanon, ^bnt I wasn/t tntrb ed to any of them.  On the road once m >re, ¿nd^^don't .'^iyjik ' t^^i^t; it;l  Leba uoii lading away iu the d^^t^m gang^ sbojva bixndr^d. aad: tancei the fasl passengcr Lively jtoaSf  idly ip the^wiiido\r pane, ;he< WQii^lojfan '<H>ndactor shoota ^AU: ^ssfbger soand ^leep. ¿nd.ytlie ' -- ^ . tall, ibin paascnger reac Gtani'SXoar Around tie world," and '¡wondering when "(^reeidi's Angost Flower" sUQiuld t e priced abovii the doors of/'A Baddbf^ temp e at Be^ajrej^** To cci|ae8 the r>rakemanfand i^tiiig^ biiS^ on th^ arm of the i^t saj sh ' f«I ivent to church yesKvday." "Yub r I said with thajb inter^r ed in€ection that asks for more. "An< l whatcbarcb did yon attend V* I.ask^d.  "SC'ine Union Mission I basiirded.  he said, "I doik'fc like to  n Bn thèse branch rc  charch?  i**  said, -f'aU  ads ;veiy  chi, I don*t often jgo {to chnrclt imd viben I do I want to 3 ran pon tini main'^llinet, where your ilnn ia i^^ filar snd ybn go oh sclielSale time and cipn*t])aveto wait oa connections.: X don't like to l an on a brancL: Goodenongb, l|)atIdon*fc Hke  "^Eiiiscopai T* Igoes^ 'liiprited iacpress," he palacci cars and $2 extra lor a seat; fast time, and oiily stop at the Cig statiòas. Kicè line, bnt tòo exhanis-tive ij)r a |Afi ixain  men iVnnifo^^oni^ and It ntem .^ver plate^L train allowed. Thenihe p^ sengejs are allowed to MIk ^baclc at thc^ cóndactoTr and it soiree and-eagr. No, jC ooiildn?t stand the palace càia. Bioh road thongh.' Don^ ofie%he^r of c^veihbeing appcni^^ foi' Uiat line. Somefmight^ nice l^ple travel  ^^arMveiailisir" ^  ^oestopmnch inhbss.^ J^eiybody trmb'  tìi^etioncein^^ iniles. Stesisi  aiqrbiit  Noll  ÉiÉI  ......^mi  i, - , . Stop^ over cb^B^ given on-^ thirát^ltioleét^  piten ^ lie litces, do tke station twobr three dajrfly^ndv hop on the. next revival train that comes thnn»  dering  mo^i bdièvë  »l^ep:  mangeanà fful^a^uy is his ^qoec-  M délight. ^mfM aH en-  along« J^od, whole soal^.  -a road i^n the «oiiii^ inrh^e the pas-' sengexé feel/ mbKe at home.. ^No pasáisf [efétj páa^ger pays fiäji trafBc iñites fi^hia .^cket Weslej-aiOípiMte'i^JlMKÍ^^ on pi^tty.aâCe xQfl^ bot I didn'tfnde OTcir Î*'  lì  be^yoa to the" Cpns;re-  H ,  ChiftctóriiSiad. ^ 'l^jPopulif roadi*"!^ ths¡ hrak^ man, "àn old roaid, òiie ol the  cònntiy.v G^^  a^id M ïà^^ ^Hìli  hana, «i^^^nld íuconat tí^í^má itawsSrto iiU^r-ito  theQi]^«^«^ ihis^iàk^li ^^  be espiáiiiédÍiQéiit Ifi^"'^^  m go to yonrjoÉií^áftl dojt»"^ -  fGinr¡1ionrsifiíii iXhècìi^' ^ius ip ahaJke Ihe oaii^ffthi^ M  "crossed and Wentímr r" J  i«".  xoadbed and co^oxta^le car& Weft sumaged road; teo; directors don't^intorlere inth' ^vision ; superintendents and ti^^ets.' fioad's  ístitióWtéFl^ é3cti«itt^ de-  ^ i^tmètmim m  ih^ b^ Cf^^i^^iceifiaB lead them  i^f iiot c^ywáie^^« li^'en ónoe axotta^  tp mentd smentì b,a¿ have tao origin-  isM  i. Ine wiuté mánia their mod-à: WeH&VóT^t to «e ihe» ^  __^ „, . „ i^Iow ' hia dram*  Titoi-aìi a whole; wr can 1;»nt like  ^B-^a^mém*^^^ an,:  rfi^ii^Bre are many góiií^áBils iáMét^ chaxae-  Tmii&'^jbe mnlai&eB^^w ^at^&e b^om pfánwtíoiuí diatorbúi^"  ^ A man ivho^d he wäl h^ii^ to  10  oflíceoa  tb^thv^pn  ___  ex^íam^íhb.cm!  «"See hete! ftaiáthainiier ed, . I don't uânt any _____  "^BtttyoätUteimaitö^TWm'' '  iMcisue< Ulf to IqwaoyMj  -''liJZr  IÄ  ¡ ................ .......  Besidéntr  s v"* ** '' G I  ly.. raga and t-r-^we. do  íW, pité  ii^.ur-igmaarfiä^i  W' w.  to\llÉ¿|  ball.-- u ij;.' -'i: : I  ' >. -n-:-----T^" t 'i*'' ' -iU^'"! ' ' UVjr^^smi-*  A lazy^g?r]¿ who lind; to-, live. íb^  ® ímó&W lo^ n goodi lina to do éya!3^Ùiîiis i  Ön  dwlurf^-r^VhìD the litó Viá-:^ -and fed her anè ao mu '" àia ^mit^ dpne 80 mcd/ttiat alie except^for tita tbopgiii-tfüit: .«hegr;  aaíd the godoMitlier, «18 ^flaee  If UtÜefingeBB^^ __ yet.-—I|/LYBÒmji^ y '.  iopfepll^i  ed when she was go into wedlock  ^/Sáifliigi^ one bondred  ........Mb#  ............. ...................mm  Jlfiurlsomelhtng tohlt advanlf  11(1  r>4t.4ii«l  DR.11.  jUôlxoa «âd S«1M» Av«t»uci,l fobSS*ly  ^iüii  A brìd^ par^ In f St Xioid» ^iir-r ^ce'a office li^^ lie h^ädgmai, ^ had qoúr^ ;ifHh hi» IK^ a^d aftec -an ho«c^ bqp^ '  tíie appointed {^ Aa told-ber «penda thai he not  méui to coinè at'idi SbeMOMB an.6H adibir,dl^^ta misáng nuin'a place, ühe- wenaii heated, bnt jaie^ mîn^ Tîgorons coortafaipwaiilMr eonaeo^»^ and the eeremoiór was performed.  ¿«»■¿Tit.  , i  nài^mamorìì^'  WiMss tmß IfèKvMij A ^ of mhiAyiß» laradimeu and ia drank in a mimtte^ 21 Mi thebfaBa and dmigea and weakana tbë phjâcal ig^tiii^ Os the «me  wà witìi tadf a ^m pmr»  brings intd%enee fiom ihe fem iij^eiflíof^thec^kte TSm ntmB-j^-^háll^ sßaBß àmi ho^ It la iibm«<lieJ(^fnietÌHt t^ is a^large hnmher . âi ^Ìm»  iiìfidc wh^ c^eap «ndwinipi^NSts  i^faldMi^  oUiei^ Sbatto divino, and l  ibat billyc» ngry'creditor to a [y replied (be uaao, (p foitgét  n- - ' í íviíV '  Xtied of infidelity and skepticism.  Uiè/èditbr of'  Denver News  .1  our forefi&thera''  htiÍB¡k\nj¿Ék¡, an^ lieÁWí to raise lit  he is doing what  \ ïppng man, j if your irirl keeps hKlcing^ at youif feet every time she nìeetè yon, don't lèt it embiurrâfa yOQ in the teairt; she is dmply Uñe-meásub for a pair of slip-  . Mh^MMB ' ' ' .....  pera.  : rÇi^Ws of ^apr^N^ cSiro-:liii% have .erected a monnmetit to iuaiiieCiiitiaXipcj, the dao^^ter of <3eBendBobertI^ iioe, who died  aà facing McCld-  fpfm^hfoct  t&amiÊSi iiiwldl^ a4entis¿? Vìà htrwegpUy Oáimy ^^ ÏSlnaiy, did he Wer "taa^ hi« wife?  Azula  a girl. unUl b» liM wMi^ lOI her hnilhera ¿id  ii^^JÎâiimm pf^Márntrn-  îa gwat  ■4 ^ '' * }- ' j » ' e  , * i'f^'J- - S,/ ^J  ftidlpiilx  r, ^ ' ir* —* Vomito of núhvad han; been  «enefJBIm lájl^fi^ ^ jM lidd Ihi, and Oicií  A, R TAYLOR iL  ^mOB over Jolin Staili^à, V/ sod Fletchersttoot«. P^eUec« JdCiHlioiiio ana aunptfy* ^Gan bo eontMltoa »t oAisodiif or gaiüly aUiwtt;  ' u , ,  •iiC  , tAtmMMmm^i^MMê'^ ^^ OmcB--AI Besoli Drttg 8tó ^e;  m G. TÜIiLIS^  Fhydtoaa and SojTfBof  OfloeatBeoM*'  IiUek. Offe»hl«. _______  citlMtt« of TbuwuvfUe md to______,  _;_Jl  Cancers  citiMtby  «pl ä7-ly  . 0r 'TOirKJ». . ' '  iwWMVilte, TÌKHSM4  t  -fl  Neaf PasMogff Üepoi  'rHOMAsmi&(  ' 1W. E. OMf,  l^e housff'haa been fitted, refitmidied and r ihfeaóffoue» £verf potelhle baa been provided fox guetcv  paa»S]^ ThomiiViHe  tUNUé«  -is  is given and a eorp» ofpolUà (entire «errait erer read/1»,_______  wiOi (he rttf 1  üMüLi  ík li.  m  •tç'.imll""  — it - w« •  Wkflhl  i-'' i 'ï'Iii.'  ' V" .»limili lili IIII»1 iigit'a^i I lili........ 3, »», ; i »¡s j z  'Ii«  "TS"* í'^i--^??'  it ' •«aíto'íte«^ í í-»  im.   

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