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TUSCUMBI A. MILLER COUNTY MISSpl. ' ; THURSDAY. APRIL 24, 1879
Osaso Valley Banner
Official Paper r Miller ('nntj.
Editors, Publisher an1 Proprietoii.
Published Every Thursday.
2r Tevir, Advance, $1.00.
iffnolpaUuutiltbserhlration oftheyeer$l 25
OIQo: On flrt floor of ilatuo'e and
Odd Fe!l"iF bnllfilcy.
OFFLJl.iL D1R& ;iOrlY.
TAi Ki , wi
;,.uKioveroor . - II. C. BKOCKUVaVt
Mnc'y ol Slate . . - M. K. Hi (f! VI"H
Treaturer . CLMAH GATE".
Aolltxf . . THOM HOLLAIM Y
AU'f Onnttrat - JA KSON I. MJTIl
Regitier of Landt - JAS. K. M HUSKY
fcjp'l Public lottruetlnn R. I. MiAXNON,
. JUDOES SUPREME COU.tT:
-TaaiY-ara - . JOHN W.HKVRY.
Eight Yrs - WARWICK. HUH'-H.
Sit Y'rs - TUUi. A 8HKKVOOl.
Four Years - . Wm. K. N 4 ri ON.
Two Years - K.U. NOR I'uN.
R.prea-ntatlve - S,lLT HARRISON.
Circuit Co ietyCIrK - .lOFXB.rLxRIv
Sheriff Collector. PISCKKY rt. MILLr.R
I'robata Jud . Treaa'r - JAS II. TOUl,
I'rosecu tinn Alt y - - E. O. fWALE.
tiirveyor - II 8.11Lmi.VUAE
hh nil Ojiumiuionar J. M. HVKl.lt
Coruoor ... B. P. HICKMAN.
FOR EQUALITY JOWKSMP:
-lattice ol the f tc Ambbumc Urocxman.
Constable - - - J. N. fcxoTT
Pott-office addri, Tuirumhia.
TfiKMs of V6l til:
CIRCUIT COURTS Mt Fourth Monday In
M rcn and Third Monday in September;
G. W. Miixrn, J.u1e;e.
COUNTY COURT: Mew Pint Monday in
Fehruarv, My, August arid NoVomrvr;
W. K. WiirouT, prmidi" J mt'; Joun
8. JoUB, J.t dialrscr, UiaM lUtn, 2nd
dutrirl, ifnO'Ma jutl'Cea.
PKOBATK COUBTi H utt Second Mon
day in Pnbrutrv. M y. Augutt aud Nov
inhr, J i. H Thud J idg.
Til B uurcti i'ukCiimlMn Hr ! Sun lav. Mum
iriK and vvitnlut:, and uaaallf on Sat'y aVu'g
J. M. IUkdv, (italor.
M. E. Church Ut. PIcafant, t i o'clock
r. m. (in tba J id aud (b 8'U)Jaj. Roy.
M. E. Courch ff'la. 2id K inday, mornini;
nod tvenlnir, J. SI. DahBv, pualor.
CORISTIAN Church Tuivumhia. 4 b I.iH1
day, murumg aod nveniujr, IV. I. Dokabt.
VRIGlITaH School tiouie, naar Litlla rVallnn
i and Srd l.ord't daya. J. H. I) TuuitOri
tta tha In and I,. E. Melton no the 3rd.
PRIN'Q GARDEN, ;h f.ord'i day, W. F.
f-AIAM.Church.oo 1 h Lnd'idy, 11 o.clock
a m. Sam') L)utcDar, (ja-lor.
BAPTIST Fr the jear cciromanclng Popt.
1377. The lima o meiilnr nf aaeh obcrcb In
thit Auociattoo U ruled by Rtlurday.
UNION CMreh Mt ;h BiturJay la oacb
m initi. 3. U Eihh mod.
Blli RICUWOOUhl OhUfh meet 3rd
6turdv In each month, B. O. Il ji kS, mod.,
To oi. MtrcLttnl, Clark
LtTTLK RICHWOODS OSnrch -aau od
bify in each mouth, t. il. Uibbt, mod.
PLEASANT POINT Cburcb-meett ltt
Hvurday Kid. Junu fmitb, mud.
WET GLAZE Church met lit Siturdey,
J. M, UiltitiK, oiud.
NEW iTALEM C-urcb meett 4th Saturday,
Eld. lJunean, mud.
fiiBOATU laJtiOOl, at M'. Plearant, 3
nVlock p. m. every buoday. I). II. Auttiu,
Ut)ra Hirer Aiaorlatinn will mnt with
lUtle Rlchwoodi Ohurcb, Millar county, nix
mi lei watt oi lOorla, ou Tburrdav Iwfora tha
flrit fiurday ip Prptoibor, 1879 B. O.
f Am P.
TdiPambl R. A. Chaptar No. 87,
A. P. & A. IT., meet at their ball the Socuud
hilardaj after lull uiuon each month.
P. .VlAftriaLL, II. P.
Wm. II. Haiinitaln. Hao'y.
Tiuuumbie Ldga Ho. 437, A. F. & A. M.
at baiurdiy ua or uelora fi ll tuoou in
II, Dri.vroK, W, U,
II. O. Totd. Si-o'v.
Avitv Cuaitkr, No. 142. O.K. 3. mt-uta In
rKUlar commuulcallon the 31 Ha urday after
cb full moon, ni 7 p.m., in Monie Hall,
Taacumtila. Ho. Vliitini; if tern and broth
ran wlil be fraternally and cordially wel
comed. Mrt. Si HAH E. U ADKWBTKIN. VV.M.
. Mr. Luzm.loilNHON-, A. M.
Mt'l MATTiK K. Cl'MMINGI. 6ho'v.
Bruoiley. U. I),. A. f & A. M . hold re.
fiilar oommunleatioDi tiatuiday uiitlit on or
alter lull moon la each month.
i.h. CONSEB, W. M,
I 0. aI'ggtin, Hoo'y.
o. o. p.
Tuscumhia. Lodiro. SOS.
I. O. O. F. Dold their raiiular meetioKa avery
Wedneacay eyuning, at 7 o'clock p. m.
' I, T. Johnhom, M. G.
II. C. Todd, 8aoy.
PlLa.aot Mi, Lollfo, Ho, 0LO O. F.
Jlold regular meeting erery buturday, at
7 o'clock p. m.
J. P, FrALDiN", N. G.
A. J. Lnvn, San'v.
lbn L .'lie, Vo. 840, 1 O (). F. mtrtm
rtcuWr ctiinmuoicatian euery Saturday rren
trj(r, at 7 o'clock p. m.
, Uataii Latcurm N. G.
LUwEUy T. JtutM, Bee'y .
T. D. Robinson,
ATTOKNKY A-l X..AW
Tu-cuuibia, M .
f 5fflee at preterit In the Court rti.no.l
Probata bu-inet, C illectloiit, Pariitloliing
Lntii and Qiiieilnti 'i'lin-a a Soecialitr.
Havn been (lrik il thn Ooiitiiv and Circuit
Courts tor 13 year, am lannlUr with the
H-mrrim, hrvn ih nn'y ABSTRACT OF
Tli LKn in '.be ci only. CtiargM reaonH0le,
E. f i 5?VT4lOR1,
ATTOHWKY A.X X-.AW.
Tueuuim. M .
"V'illfprailM' hl Moiuuia in Miller and
a ).'lnlnp countlri.
ATTOIf N " AT TA W.
"iVI hinm- ii lruU'ii to 111" cara will be
promptly an-l InHlrnlly aiii-ridwl to.
Attorney at Law, Notary PntUo anfl
LAND AG EXT.
Will practice hu prolcnaion In Miller tnd
tdj illllrii; ronrili.'fl.
Attorney -at- Law,
Ji-nVstin city, M ).
II. D. Ilimiil on, .
Jfffrirann City, Mi.
Attorney -at- Law,
Jf ff-rson City, Mj. .
Joseph l'i Edwartlf,
Attorney -at- L a;w ,
Jpffersun City, KO.
a. p. MXnohK. M.'l).,
Practicing Phyt.clan a n d
I'liiastnt I'rTi Mo.
J. B. U.OFF..
Ph y si c tan Surgeon and
IJiiHc8'ot Women and CLlldreo mtJa a
Physician a ,. d Surgeon,
.1. L. CONN hit.
Physician a n d Surgeon.
G. Xf SHEI.TON.
Physician A crouch iter and
Rocky Mt-, Ma.
Ppec-lal attention given to dleasi of
Women and Chlldrpn.
W. TkKMAIN. "
Physician a n d Surgeon,
OCULlfi and AUJtfST
P. 0.4drf, Toeumhla, Mo.
O. A . Bowman.
J 12 N T I S T,
Will viilt Tu'cumbia en tba 4th Tiieiday
of each m'fith a d remain two day a.
Xotary Public C Land Agent,
Wm. K. LURTON.
Xo'.ary Public & Conveyancer,
Jim Uunry Townthlp,
MiUar County M'ttourl.
Will attend to all ouilneii entruitvd lo
IWtba LoHf, Nc 31 U. of R. meet In O ld
Ptulowa II ill, in Mt. Pliaiaat, Mo., on the
1't'i. ucaday, in each, mocth.
A.J. Love, N.G.
Mr. Db. ALi.itK.ficc'y.
Plonririg & Saw
IN DAILY OPERATION
Wilt Rriud Cmtora lor tba Hth on
The above railli have been newly repaired
and Tbe Bust Miller tecured. We will guar
antee at largo Turnout aud a good Flour at
any mill In Central Miimur!.
Walnut, Aih aiuj Oak Lumber al way i on
land, at reaaonable rate, or ill exobanita lor
Grain. .i- .
t&8" Flour aud Maal kept. on band Stall
tima for aalo ad rxchaoge.
Wm, H. Haunstein & Bro.
THE B70F3 I"
Terrific Tornailoci in tb ;
Snow Storms tatV
fPrem Ciikwk in i
TtTSoruU'A Ai A?: i
day moriilnB a tirnooV a r
& Charli-tton KatiroH -Cori'itli;
Mai. Ita tialT
widili. AtP.ihontaa, T; i
' ill'lil Wt-lt Cl
. milfr la
i Mew down
aorcral amull, Inlrrtu . u. 'f. dlifocted
the principal hotel wd . b 5 , itir aclion
bouiM away, li-avin i uf , : ,Hi,t to toil
tbm muurnlul tale; 4 ; r.' Irom ll
truck! and carried .H ikirt . ji V arlnk It
utberwiae unlniureU. .' . ' twnnfv
Coiupanj Tbe heay la)i -4 r ; .in aoceeed
ui uaun'd a buay luhd tli'ta'ftiilna ast
of Pocahor.tiM, and thn No. ja iVeitfht ran in
io Ii, but through the primp a t'on and tour
ae ot tile eicmoer, no further dfinutfe a,
d.ma than tbrowli g tlti front trU ka oO tbe
ira ;k, aiid Caunn tbe dmay of the mo. nmir
ex ureal for three hour. No hve were lout in
ail thl triii'(C'l"n m far a leamHd.
: Dallas, Tixai, April 10 Yeitarday
iift -rmxiu a dl-atruu tornaito pttaed over
th part of the Conutry, At Linboo, alt
ml a away, ten or more I aria hi met were
dttrojcl. M.S. VatiKhan wm killed; Mr?.
Alary 1M, (st illy woinJiu ou the head;
Le Belt, a boy. aenously o;i tho bead; Dayo
Bolt, RllhllyMr. and M-. Jamei Bmitns,
badly; Tnomu Si id mi' il'iKblly, a roau, earae
unknown, aeri'.uly; Alice Crow, danger
ouily; Tiiomai Cautcr, ilighlly, J. Winters,
Thot, N. Y., April 15. A hoayy mow
i-lorui tet lu in Norahero Nuw York and thit
neighborhood at noon yeiUrday. The '
tprtog' tenson la a month laUr than it nag
last year. In tha Adirondack! two feet ot
miow remain, aud Lake Ocorce Iscovurtd
llh ice thirty inchu thick. Man and teami
I'.iU croi.3 Like Champlain oa the Ice. Io
lomo porn of (iaretogo County tha hii(bwayi
are impauabiu from inow dnfti.
A riHAKCIAL SESSATIOI.
SabsiTipUoc lor $180,000,000 of Tonr Per
fSpMal to tbi S . Luuls P, 'publican,
New Yjrk, April 17. Tiie great leniition
In tlnanclal circlet to-day wna a eub-cr'ptl.m
made by tb! Firat National hank ol $!50 CO!),.
O-JOfour pur e int. boudi and $49 000OX
funding certificate.!, which prantica!! pro.
yidci for tha prompt funding oi the 10 40 loan
ot $lS4,f,60 ajO. Tim Tribune faya lb re
cent rm roioui latoe oi four pof cent bonds
created a I ear that there miisht be a move
uient abroad 10 ruonopol:Z9 ale4 of thit loan, j
and to-day the Flrtt National bank and Flth
& Baicb, large dealer! lo government locur
illei, conferred tocelbur aud decided to iorm
a tyodicate to make an Immediate . lubacrip.
lion. Ilankl and baokera in tbla city con
tpicuout lor doalingi in UuiteJ Stataa bonds
wire ca'led upon, and la nemly every In
itnace lubacription were made at once.
Diipalcbei were tnt to Boiton and respon-
ci were equally as prompt tbe Maverick Na-
t'ooal bank antweriug: "Wa will (to In.
Put un down for ten million dollar?. Presi
dent will leave for Sew Yoik lo-nfgbt." The
yndicate waa not fully organized yotil ter
tbe clote of buiiuec hours In Waihington,
and the bid for all 4 per cento, available fer
funding the 10-40 loan was not Ul 'graphed
in time to receive a reipoute boforo the treat-
ury ii'partiuect wm oloei for tbe day. . Ear
lier loathe day tbe Bank of Now York lor
wirded a tubscription for $0,0()0,6oo to meet
tbe domanrti ot current tiUflnen ai d Hatch
t Foot tent a tubicription lor i $2,000,000
and it wai tutul-oftklaliy reported that Mor
ton, Bliss A Co. had subaoribed Of $CO,000,.
000. The ay ndictle which lias.rnada this
unparalleled subscription of $130,000,000 It
composed, It Is understood, olttbe Firit
National bark, Fitk it Hatch, Metropolitan
National bank, Wintlow, Lrii(. Co, J, &
W, Hellgrnan, Morton, Biits & to., TbirJ
N itinnal bank, Biiuk of Ne YurkV American
Exchange bank, Park National bauk. Im
portera' and Trader National b.k, JIttcb
& Fiote, Vermilye & Co.,, Uuited Statca
Trust Co, Kuhn, Loeb Si Co, ani the New
York branch ol the Bar k of Nevada of thit
city; alto the Maverick National bank, Poole
& French and C. A. Sweet & Co. Of Botton,
making 19 Institution!, representing a com
bined capital ot over $100 (MX1 ,000.) The tub
scripllon is the largest single one ever made
to a guverutnent lundod loan lu Ibis or any
other country. t
This tubicnptloo was made acoordlnfr lo
the new terms prescribed by Secretary Sher
man Id Ms circular cr April 3C. Vbilo the
First Naliooal bank, lor iUelf and leioclate,
hat subscribed lor the full amount ot $100,.
000 000 4 per cot. bcndi, available for gov
ernment sale until 1881, it Is understood that
tha smouot which will bo finally , awarded
will beiniallor, as tbe treasury department
will g-ade it down according to tbe number
of bote 0iesuhvcrlptiona which miy have
baen forwarded bet ore 8 P. ni. by bauks and
tanking Inst tutions in the general course ol
buiinst, aud by the autual tales of lundlng
eerilllualoa all pvei the country, - ..
The fourth ttaiion on toe South em
Peclllo Railroad, 120 miles In the heart ol
Arirout, is lu eight of tbo tracklayers.
The House .yeiterday voted down thn 'm
peachment resolutions by a vote of 09 to
02. Perhspi nomintirt of so much Im
nortancp, of uch nneral Intwn', wns evi r
di'poi'd of io quietly, A trolion lo pt st
po a tho conrlduratiiun of tbo reiolullont
until ttnolber day, was opposed by Mr.
TAYLOR, of 8'. L 'ilia. rprentillrr the com
mittee, ar.d by Mr. MuIkttbb, reprein:!ng
iboe who were opposed to imp- aclimen'.,
In a few word, when tbe H uu procecdid
t vota with tbe reaull above stated. There
wa evidently utioli anxiety on both ildur,
croioK out of tbe fiict that itthhor wan
wrtaio of the result; lor to man oonidtil!
huw.J.Ltt..voli would tro. The. HoaJM Jlsd,
bad auiplii osie for mature deliberation, nDd
ihu members all, no doubt, went to tbe
Capitol yesterday mornli'g, with thoir
mmda male up at lo wbat was their indi
vidual duty in tbo matter, and no amount
of debate could havo cha.iged a single rote.
. Tbe result may tborokre be taken a the
very det'.bera e expresbion of the Hous. It
is certain thut the aiiouucemeot of tbe re
mlt will be tbo occasion for so mo very almrp
crllicitms of tbo action of the majority, bui
after tbat priyil-go thul! have been exe ciscd,
tbo Sober second lhaul.t will prevail, and
there will ba iw.'orlta a general and liiUlli
gei.t approval ol tbe Vote of tho majority.
After the very thorough InvxetiRatlon
given the whole tut.j-ict by the Legialatlve
committee, and lo the courts otJckvo
county, tbe conclusion was very generally
retiched, that the Senate would fail to find
inffiulent proof to convict, and for this reason
maoy believe it unwise to tax the Htate with
tbe expense of an Impeachment trial. The
bellet ttat Col. Gatks having a greater per
sonal and pecuniary Interest at stake than
any body else, la tbe proper person to re
oover in the shortest possible tloie, tho bl
anoe due tbe State by tbe Mastin Bank,
gained ground in the last week or two, and
no doubt Influenced tbo conrso of Some
memberi. Treasurer cat is and the able I
oounlel he retained, are now free to preis
mott vigorously tlia cla'.mt of tbe State, aud
we hay do feart that tbey will falter or fa'.l
In their duty. J' 0. City Tribune.
TEE EUSIJ3ESS OUTLOOK.
The circular sent out by Dun, Bar
low ' t .. Co., showing the failure of the Brat
quarter of 1S79 is very encourtgaing, for It
exhibits a yery cottiderable reduction In tbe
number of failure and amount of liahilitiet
lu tbe United Siatei as compared with tha
fame pericda In 1S7S and 1?"7. For the lint
quarter of 1S79 tbe failure! were 2 C24,
eeaintt 3 .135 in 1873 and 2 600 in 1877. lu
1S79 the llabilitioi amounted to $43,112 CBS,
aeaitiat $32,078,82(5 io 1878 and $54,633,0(0,
It la sot eiastly fair to compare the tint
quarter of tbe present year with tbat ot 1S78,
since last year the number of failures wai
greatly increased by tbe impending repeal ol
tho Federal bankrupt law, but comparieont
with 1877 era entirely admissible. From
these figures it appears tbat Ibe decrease in
the total number of lailures in 1879 Irom
those of 1S77 ban been 845, a reduction of
one-eighth, and In the amount of liabilities
of $11,425,405, or one-filth the whole. The
lottos by fallum in the Middle States have
fallen off $3 093 707. or nearly one-third; in
Woslern States $7,105 177, or nearly ons
balf. In the Southern and Pacific State:,
owing to the injuries to trade done by yellow
fever in one seotion and to tba dleastrout
tones by speculative mining lo the other,
tbe increase In tbe amount ol liabilities by
lailures was $1,001,045. equal to 63 pur coit.
These figures are very encouragaing. since
they show a substantial gain of wealth lo tbo
great businets centres as woll. The average
amount of liabilities to failures lias alio de
creased In a rematkablo war, being $24 404
in 18 8 and $10,0 2 In 1877, but only $17,
080 in .1870. All Ihete lacli are contribu
tion to tbe accumulating evldenco ol the
turn Of thn tide Kantea Cny Times.
Tbe Plalttburg Loader bits the na'l ou
tho bead tlimiys "Men who advertise, do so
bi'Cauaii tboy believe the money they inveit
in tbat way will secure them additional pat
roaage; aud tbat their hdvertitetnenfi will be
read by people who bava tbo means where
with to purchase article! of merchandise.
Uenco a abrewd advertiser will always pt
rutiise a paper that has a good circulation,
and one that is taKen by the people who are
able to buy goodi. Tbe character ol tbe
circulation ol a parer ii therefore of as much
importat.ee as Ihe extent of It.
Tilman Todd's little boy Roy, only ton
mtiLtna old is destined lo beuomo a star gym
nast or aorobat If be lives. On Monday af
tcrnoon tbe little fellow rolled down a stair
way ol ninetoen tteps, and on reaching the
bottom quietly started to crawl back tbessine
route be bad come. Strange to isy the little
fellow was none the worse tor bis tumble.
The propoted Ul-raphio cable from
Ac'eo.on tbe RJd . to Port NaUl, on
tho African coast, will be lour tboutand
miles in length, and runnii g down lha court
of Afriea, will touch at Zi a bar, M -m-blqui-,
Delaaoa bay and oilier poiuis. Hall
the ceblo, it Is raid, will bo laid by the mid
die of Julyi
TBE HDIAIt TEERITOHY.
Important Iclrnlew with ledge T. C. Scan
oa tha SubjeoL
Judge Sean My principal business In
Washington was to look after the organlra
llon of new committees, particularly the
Committees on Indiau Affairs and Territo
rlAt, both in the lioiite and Senate. The
Senate cooicuittaeis at jou are aware, are ap
pointed by the Senate it-nelf and cot by the
pr. Billing officer of tbat body. Eolb of the
political partie appointed a subcommittee
to arrange lor the recommendation ol penons
irom each of the rf pnaentaiivn parties upon
tha 'different ttsnding committee.' Tbeie
ncmioiatidKttoiir wore reported to the Sen-'
ate and adopted, and the persons suggcttcd
Jtep. Tbe committees liave boon poblltb
llsbed, but there are mnny like roysell who
have f M-giutnn who composo thetn.
Jude The Committee on Territories of
the Soiate corilats of Gar'and, ol Arkansas,
Butler, of South Carolina, Vest, of Miaiourl,
Slater, of Oregon, Saundnrs, of Nebraska,
Kellogg, of Louisiana, and Lonffi of Illinois.
Rep What eeoms to ke the tenllment of
the committeemen upon tho subject of open
ing up Ibe Territorj!
Judge Eyery member of the committee
are In favor of some immediate leglalatiou
looking toward the opening of the Indian
Territory for white settlement. The com
mittee is no exceedingly able one, comltting,
as will be teen, ot tome ol the nblett In tho
Sauate. Garland, Kellogg and S .under!
were on tbe committee which reported the
bill of last winter, Tbete gentlemen are all
considered Interested in tbe tubject and bave
already commeucsd an Investigation of tho
R p. How about tbo Houie comra'ttee?
Judge Tbe House comiult'ee, vhicb ia
announced on Frliay last, consists of Mul-
drow of Mistiitippl, chairman; Cravens of
Arkansna, Bouik of Wisconsin, Muller of
New York, Martin of West Vlrcinia, Froit
of Missouri, Bachman of Pentylyanla,
Humphrey of Wiscons'n, Aldrlcb ot Illinois.
Young of Ohio, Dick ot Pcnsylvania, ai.d
McGionlt, of Montana. '
' ' Rep. Are you aware ol tbe sentiments of
tbe Ilcuie Comraltlejf
Judge Tbe po.itions ol these gentlemen
are not ss Icily known, owing to their recent
appoiotment, aa the Senate Committee, but
it is known that elplit out of elevan bave ex
preated themtelves decidedly ic favor ot locli
logialatlon ai ihall bring the Indian Territo
ry out ot its present anomalou? condition
into cne of barmony with other territories
of the United Slater. The queellcn Is con
tinually growing of more Interest and im
p r a ice at WtaliogtoD, and there is no
doubt tbat Congreii v.i'1 take lucli ac'louat
no remote day ai shall retult In tbe rpening
o? tbe Territory to lettlement and d velope
meot. Col. Boudinot and tnyielf received
within tbe past few weeks scores of letters
from all sections ol the country making In
quiries as to the statu of tbe lauds of the
Indian Territory end the protprct of opening
tbcro for occupation. Investigation has de
veloped tbe tbe fact tbat there aie over 14,
000,000 acres of public lands tbat are em
braced in no reaoivation tnd ts free sod un
incumbered for occupation and lettlement
as lands In Kansas, Nebraska, or any other
' Rp. la what locality do these lands lie?
Judge Tbe laodi lie weit of the Five Civ
ilized tribe, so-cslled, aid their not tliern
boundary is about ninety milea south of tbe
Kantas line. There lauds sre among tbe
richest in tbe world. Public attention la
being railed to tbeui and my opinion Ii that
if Cungrcis shall fail to make .uitable pro
Vlil.ins lor tho ope lie j of tbo Territory to
wblto settlement, within a very short time,
tha people will take the mailer In their own
bands and go dowu there and occupy and
cultivate tliate lands.
Rep. Has any bill been IntroJuoed this
session? If so, what Is tbe purport of lit
Judge No bill has yet been introduced
at this tesiion. I bave one nearly prepared,
but owing to tbo SDcrualous position of tbe
ft e Tr.bos, and tbe desire to make a provis
ion for tbem tbat would be suitable aud
equitable, considerable elaboration and de
tail are iiecestary in addition to tbe ordinary
legMation providing for tbe organltatlon of
Territories. No attempt will be made to
i reoipitatif matters, but to give the whole
tubjot candid aud thorough dlncutston. .
Rep. What aro the probabilities of any
thing bciog drne at this setelon!
Judge If CongieBs Fhall proceed to gnn
eral legltbition at Hi it extra seeiion, tbe bill
will bo Introduced, referred to tho cooimit
tees and probably reported on by Ou8 Or
both of them. Eautas City Times.
This contiuudrum, propounded by so ex
change, baa puzzlad mtny ol tba wiscut phil
osophers and statesmen of tbe age, and, as
far at known, no correct, answer baa ever
been sent mi "Can anyone tell bow men live
and support tbelr families who have no in
come and do no work?" . v
Tbe emigration i.-er bat reached tbe
colored psople of Virginia. ' Farmers have
tried to induce the negros to remain, but
those who have mouey era pref srlug to
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