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IhnrnSay, Apr! ti 1879
or jupvk; ctiv;nir cccrt. lit Jtwcui
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'13. Xi, ICIJ WARDS.
U)(in the solicitation ol mariv voters In
different portlom of this Judicial Circuit. I
hereby announce myself an Independatil
candidate for 'election tn tlie oflke of Circuit
Judge of the first Judicial Circuit of Mo.
(unexpired term). HuJoci to the will nf iho
people m may bit expressed by ihoir votes nt
the special election to bo hold.-n tba 0;h day
of May next.' ' Uetpncttulty,
' T. M. Rich.
7n tbe sixth oi My tne voter? of this
(1st Judicial) district will ba oalled on tn
vote f;r a iu tsMo pprson to iU the unex
plro.1 term of Ho.i G. W. Mi ler, dee'd. A
few wo.-ks paat IWo tj.ir q liio nnm'j''r
ot candidates for raid position, but now there
lire but t wo; q m'l h L. IS Iward. end the
Hon. "J. U; Ticc; both qe well known to tbc
people b Central Missousi.
Guu'l . has bonn a p,aaticlon.r of law at
JefWton City fir tiio list 40 year and it a
this time trie Father ol lji bar In Central
Missouri. Wo Would bave liked 10 teen liirn
jlected lo ;hg supreme bond) at the lute lu.
(ion, but pircumslancespravenlcd; thould ha
be elected, and thro it but little doubt e
presume, jla decisions will a'.and Iq the
superior court beyond all question.
Judge R Crt is an cinlimnt lawyer In thl
district, bae sei V'Si tbe people one term On
the bnch, tip made a go. 0 judije, as all will
admit without party predeliotiens.
Iq tj)e eluvtion of juile of our Circuit court,
We pD'SUruo that poliucj will not cut mucb
9t;ure in ttio cac; auppoae It ihouW. at our
Stand point, it ieems a ll Geu'l Edwards
bai much tbe advantage ground; coiipuiing
tbe lant vute fo; Governor in this distrlut,
: ; Cole. Majority 239 . , .
1 J . Camden " .... . SO
?! , Cooper " 472
! ; Siiilor " .... l(J5
, ilon!,teaa " 4C3
J . Aiorga? ' 285
The Democratic CouVontioa to Dominate
Jodt;o In the Qrtt Jud'cia!. cirt;uU to fill out
the tantney caused by the dnVJa ef the Hon.
O. W. Miliar, met In Tiptou On the 17ih.
Tae couvvn ion was called to order at 1
o'clock, by Oio T. XYnWa, Esq., Chairman ol
tbe Judicial Cdiitral dm mi' tee, and on mo
tion Of Ur ia.-t of Baouvllle, ilr W'nllu wai
tnada temporary ancretary. . , .
The convention fiaseeJ a resolution doclar
lng after uorp'oationa bad baen elosid
.id one billot taken no now nomiuatiins
hould be tuJt.
be permanent c flheri talcing their se&ti
U1 Laminations br-irig lo ordr, Mr. I'larjiv
KM of C 'lecoun-y, place! in nomination
yta, E. L. KlwurJs ol Cole county.
Danltl English of Morgan county, piared
in nomination, tiauVl H. Uweua of Mouiueu
J,.bn Cosgro70 of Cooper county placed in
ziominatiOii, Johnston of; Booovillc. I '
i UoroiuitiODS boitijc cloietl tbe roll ws call
ed OrJ budrst bal'ot wblvb resU edas lol'nw
tiara' B. Owtuia, H ote, bel.ijr 6 irom Mon.
Il;au, 8 from Morgan, 1 irom Carucleu u.d
1 from Millar, .
James JoLnston receivod S rot os from
E.'. L. Edwardf, 0. being S irori Oole and
I, from llilldr. , . v .
Tba baliotinc cootinund with the close re-
ault Without any chance for 12? ballon, on
the Cill of tbe JlSih ballet John Cdi-gjove
cnalrmari of the Cixpe county delegation
arose in lhe Convention and ttitud that a
ntfiuient number ol ballot bad been taken
to test tbe suyine qD'alilleaol thememb-r
i t tbst eonyontiot ; that thoy bai come to
tbat convcntion-wlth a unltud delegation, and
had labored wllU an tamest and an IiolcjI
delermlnation to secure - the notnhiailbo ol
Mr. Johnston. They had not plaaed Mr.
.Tobnstoq before toe Convention in anj? spirt
of child's play, but bad plLCed hiin tbero
because be was tbo first choiue of the people
of thalr county tudin obedience lo the In-
rtraotiona of the cbnontlon which had sent
tbua there, they bad earnestly luborcd to
secure us Domination. Ua?log become aut
Isfled that lio nominations could be .ade.
In order lb produce harmony in that conVen
Ilea and tbat a nomination mighi be made
be withdrew Uo name of Mr. Jobnalon from
btfiro tae eonventlont W
They threforu bulloycd that Otneral Ed.
wanas wai- tt second choice of tbe
Domooraoy of their county and in obedience
to the dlrecttona of bis doleatiou be cast tbe
vote ef Ccoper county ' votes'for Oen. d'
wartts and i for bam'l If. Owunr.'
Thii ve Gftoeral Kdwardu 13 yotes and
Ham I u. Owens 12.
y On ihotion of Mr. Youii second by Mr.
Williams, M-. Coirove and Mr. 'Urisco tbe
sominatlon Ol Qn. ' B.I wards was made
vnaoraiooi, and Oacaral. El wards wu dc
, olartd the nomine of the convention.
Bpm-chea wuimitde bv Sauiual H. Owens,
Mr Willlania, C'osrpve ar.ot V'ood, eudorw.
lo the nomination of the ciinvuuiiou and
ear nut l) pleJIng ihfir'aupport. '
The- be of ftelmpt prfvailtd throegbout,
an J a hearty eudorstment ol tbo uomlnxe,
S.od an, Vrt.Cit dcttrmlaatio i la saoure lis.
V,lioo iaoI'Mli Jefi Cjty T;lbua(. j
The Itounton II. raid fc'ivos tbe folloIn(f:
Tbe Klchlatid Santiliel suguosfs tbat the
P"opIo of tie coiintlna of Central Snulh Mi
ourl organize an Immigration Society, and
ttio Holla Rorald cboerftilly second tbe
movement. V Corllallv support tbo ma
sure, and will hue our Influence to (jet the
people of Texas comiiy to send a represen
iHtl.'ii to IV.clilunrt, II tbe fust meeting Is
held f her.i or to any othi r place that misy be
dou ruili.ed upon. We luvo a v.vl quantity
ol good and cheap land in this County whch
w would be ra I to oo In tlie hand ol jj;nd
and oner;ftle farmers. V. our people will
take an Interest In an ('rj;snid 0rl to
secure' Immiiriitlon, much ';od will no
doilbt be a..oouiplifliej. Tbe movement has
our support and we will keep tbe Di itter be
fore our reailers.
Tbe Pul Ji fit of In.mlpratlon to 0ac;e Val
ley and S. W. Mo. h$ b en a constant tl erne
with in for I lie last three years, wo have of
ten within thai penol called tbe alten.ion of
counties to b fatt; tht a united action ou
tbeir part, In lbe wny of advi rtUine, piiut
in cirvulnrs, maps and plats showlu(j tbo
natural advantage we taye over any coun
try west; lbe hey errlgration and ever reql-
lt s spirits always on the mnjve would cninn
and settle with thuir "n ilttlrisAJ'-"'1'
lit Miller county will send Uelenalos to oi.y
point or Wiu d (tladiy receive such Irom tbe
urrounding counties at TtucumhU to f or
feet au orpan itloi), to Invite the settleuionl
of this Vast Valley with capital and good
We do not want poor trah nor pitipers to
act as incubuses on the cood peoplt1, who
are already here; but we want men and the!
families with capital and If they have ener
ey and indunrr and mtsn businesf, we aul
tliem tlso; they can lu a year or two make a
g'Xid home out of the rich sdnsvc faillnji
aiicultura' land' tha' ni Ivl l Waste,
The M csourt ii uw has p.stoJ a bill which
will put -n end to a certain kind ot election
ear nj, If It heOJmns a 'aw, sound public
policy will approve tbjs. measure. Tbe text
of tbs bill Is as follows:
Any person being a candidate to any office
of honor, truit or profit lo tins 6tue, who
h'tll off.-r or promiso l diachnrge the duties
ot such oflko for a ie.8 sum thau tbe salnry
fees or emoluments ol said Ulce, as flsrd by
the laas of the S'nte or who shall prOtnUe
to psy back or donate to any public or pri
vate interest any portion of sucti salary, lees
or etnoluui'ints hi an Inducement to voter!
at EJich election, shall, on con.vWtion tbertnf,
he deemed Kuilty of a misdemeanor, and shall
be Joed in a sum of not les thau fi'.ty dollari-,
nor more than five hundred dollars, or Im
prisonment In- the county jail for a period ol
not less than ten dayj nor more lhiln six
months, or by both such fine and imprison
uietit, and shall, in addition, forfeit tbe olllee
to which be may buve been alected at such
RevJL M. Hardy ol ii. K. church preached
Lye sermona on tLe ordinance of isptV-m.
coxmincin? Saturday evonin and cloilng
At Sunduy noon the ordinance of baptism
was administered to liltlo Willie Sons and
M-wter Clarence Folaorn.''
Tbe several uisstinps Wfcre well attended
an.) the audionco gVt! close attcution, as our
iC-'ud puople do it ull times.
The foUowins: are rome oQlhe bead notes
aud refereuubs K'"i; tbat all may read and
rtfl'ut for theinshives. Bro. llardysayc
"U'bat is bapUccu?
"We think it is ao initiation Info, snd ac
ceptance of, the covenant of grace, required
of us by Christ s&a vifoble exprJiion, and
one act ol tbad laitu lo bim wSJcii hu has
made a condiliou of tbat salvation. "
Covenant with Abraham, God on his part
promised justification tk:ough faith: Gal 3
lie should be tho fattier of many eatious
Oen. 17 : 4,
That God would be a GoJ to Abraham and
bta seed alter him. Oeu-17.7. '
lbe land of Canaan, a tyce Ol beaveo
la his seed shrld tbe nations be Ikssed:
Gl. &8-U. ' '
On tbe part of Abraham be was to have
,'a'tb In God, and to keep hlscommandment.
Of this covenant circumcision was tbe slen
ail 1 seal. Gm. 17:11. Romans 4:11-13.
B ptUra lakes th place of clrcumuWon
CM 3:10-15; Gal. 3:21-20. v
Tbe old and new sign. DauU 10.15-10 30.0.
Jor. 4.4, l'bil. 3:3.
The seal or corfirraltig sign, bsptlsm
kaoiwers to clrcurnci.lou.'
God binds fclmself to tcstow the Bflrittjal
tleslinas ' of which either rite, was a sigo
On our part we bind ourselves as parties to
tho contractor covenant, and thus set to our
seal thai God Is true. It, (as sll 'otbot cov
enants), U two ford, God binds blmscWand
we bind ourselves,
C'lrcuiLcliionv under tbe old and baptism
undwr the n uw dispinsatlou, ws atd Is tbe
eoti3ruiiug sign of tbe oovunhut contract
made but ween God and bis follower.
Tbe eliiii la but the covenant, and without
this covununt, tbe linn would be worthless.
Tlie cuveuaut iuut be a spiritual work,.
Tbe sign is extxcal and visatle,1 Aa
evidence to the Wuild tbat we bave made
this covenant with God. -
Co Tutl lkV Vuluir Rro. TIarflv nr.t,-
H iil the subject ol the, titv toiiiii, " nr
Bapt'Dtn of the Uoly Kulrilcooni cm g pas
Ses Of he old and new sciiinnrna La i.m,.
bis position . .
Dr. A. P. IJjldort oi Pirajiant Farni rkll.i
at our town lact friday lui.k'iiK as uuai well
ai d r.adv to attaoi ttia iil.oia.l. Th.,mi
tor I' i ltensit!y euitaged ii; laruiirg well
as ihepracuca of mcillciu'u on i,i thohimt
K. l. lu tbt) Valley. , '
W tbs Bi
'. been el
elected delegates to the Judi
cial convention which met at Tipton on the
li b lnt. Wn thliik It would not bssrr'js In
Us to give an account of oursolvu and' our
action In said convention As we were cot
Inrtriletcd , WO had to tlo wbal We tbougbt
ben inttbselectidn cf a candidite to Gil (bat
Important (MOce, via: a Jjdre lor the first
Judirla'tViull In this State. We lOnnd
tnree caridi'tlams In Uie flald, Geu'l K. L. EJ
wards of J.itTor.on Citv, S. 11. Owens ol
Culilorn".,,' Mo., and Jan. II. Jotinson of
Cooper tvunly on the track and all men Of
high sia,t)dii honest, capable acJ tn every
way quaill-d to fit thai place, eithor ol
whom ttontd havo Iuhii a credit to tho 1 die
trl :lt Bie) one bad bis friends and strong
lrlend,s.ad while the utmost 'Rood ft lina
and IfSrnniiiy characterised the proceedmns
oi the oiuf. ntion some one or more had lo
yield tho preference, and alter several ballot
ltig w lib no choice Mr. Johnson ol Cooper
withdrew and Gn'l E. L. Edwards feci Ivad
a roajertSy and sias cVoiared the Oi mlnue ot
tne tonvtntlon and alterwaids declared Us
untuima'M choice by aceltmatloD. On tbe
cummenci Snent of the vote, Mr. 0enr. c une
I , wills n'l Edwards arm In arm, treat tl y
fUiia' V'nueii Tot (16 t.fSty, Bfli.
persmi A;n nd a d tledvfn( his undivl )
supiiOri all cl wnlrb was done wiih a good
grace &l: I. wens did bimSell credit wbieb
will not be lorgotlcn. Mr. J.iines Johnson
wbo U gentlemnn r( hi;b legal atlali.m.Uis
Dow and baa boon tbe touniy attorney ot
Cooper county for several yean ot unblem
ished ckarectcr s'.d would bays been a credit
to tbebenoti, ba Is a young man with a bril
liaut luluro lnore bim which csnuot tail ol
being appruciat'jd. And In coriclualon we
ray friends one and all turn out and voto lor
G'al E. L. Ki wants on tbe 6 h day nt May
next, if Dan L Ci vmi.no j,
8. 11. Itonu. '
Wsspatsutid Juhv'ilU.i., IKtia, Ko. 70171.
It has seven distinct claims In the paten
Tores of these I will name ti r tho tmnfli of
tticso wbo may bo Induced to buy hives that
are inlrioctmeota on Ibispatonl. Firslclaim
tbat I will notice is a uietaiie bcok to lastno
tho doors that i pen. Second th sivesi pen-
Ing on hinges. Third the metnl beantnl.
tbat keap tbe coem racks from coming in
coutact with each other, and Irom tho word
pvl of lbe liviv Auything in the way of a
bte bive u.Mng any of tbee tblngr,' Is au
tuf:iogemtilon tbe Uottsgo IT.v.
Tbo gnarautoe cf a patent is three frld,
Tue right to make.ti loll, an4 to ue. No
one bas any right td Olake, sell, or te a pa
ent or suy claim therein without t'lefr en
sunt ot the patentee. The Government oh s
not issue iwo pate:U oa the. tame tbitg. As
ibe C)t!ago bee bive bas a patent on tho dis
tinct tbiDg ubove named, no one else- can
have a rmlit to- u.o any of the above named
claims without tbe consent of tLa paieutw.
Parties wbo may purctnia any hive having
thoo infriDjvmvuis, may be called npon to
pay tor using Ibem, Ihougti the parties ibem-
selves may be Innocen. If a man should
purchase a bore that bas been stolen, ai d
tne owner &nii bim, hu will lose tbe money
be pid for '.be horse.' ' J. M. U aiisx.
From cn ot tlo iwadinir Journals In
Southwest M't-eouri: ,'K'ehla::l Kentiuai"
what tbey suv-uf tbe BAhSgR: -
Tbo Ouaoi: VaLLKv Banxk folks know
bow to ge.up a liy lo.ai pp-tr. U Is tbe
most Stirling pp-f 'nat ciiiuea to u from
that tu ley wbtch is the millennial a.n shall
eclipse the lar lamed Hudson,- pshaw it
now excels tliat river in wild nurd, and
wjndorful suhiimity, zrandHir, aril, awe-
lnepirict; Olagnificen e and wlldwood, wildur
nnsslsa biiur Yes It does, but we com
mune l U la st about ttio Ba.nnkb published
fit. Tuicunibia. M' I 'vtf couiny'a metropolis.
The Pulkersuns, Father it fju, should be
Weil rowarc!i1 for tlie, Ueor thev ar,i bentOw
lng upon tnelr pupor. Kvory Miller county
roan should do Lis uuy Ly bis uaiinty paper.
1 ho PulaiJta Lie. pie all ),i so by Uiaut, .
Oar Washington letter.
WasbingtoD, 1). C, Ap.v 14;h, 1S79.
I bave cot tiu space to give tbe list of
Cominiltertyen selected by Speaker Randall,
but in the most Important' canes, as in ap
propaiauonr, oanKing ena currency, ways
sud means,"' ic, tbe saxo C'balrmen are
retained, and it ii the fact rn r.ll tbete cases
and in many ethers, tbat the Cotnmiltces are
strengthened from last Coogrees by a more
Judicious distribution ot men. Mr. Randttll
Is oaa wl: , arthey Say, "knows bo ttj
learn." It if also noted that tbn chairman
ships are tbi time fqualJy distributed be
tween tbo Ho.Mh and b"iutb. In tlie ' last
Congress tlie 'latter section bad a considera
ble majority' of the in. Great liberality is
shown in treatment of the Greenbackers,
though Mr. Ladd, of Me., is the only one of
tbat party wbo receives special honor.' lie
bas a place on lbe Banking and Currency
Committee:, at tSis time of great Importance,
and Is made CtiafVmun of another Cctiimittte.
Mr. Ladd Is a business Ulan of experieccu
and ability, sad deserses all be bas received.
The appolntuitnt ol Commiitect and tr
djtriuinatiou to baye a session to-dsy,v '-bill
day,", are taken as proofs tbat Congrei will
do something besides ats the two apjll-oprl-a'lon
bil'. t have ulways believed somd
tbli jf rise, and perhaps a great deal, would
ba stone. '
The Now York Tiuios publishes Interviews
with ftxpubll. aus in all' parts of tbe oouutry,
and, though, itself opposed to 'Grant, says
lutire Is no question but b Is now the thoioa
of a Vast in Jortty of his party. This' has
boiin the buiisf. of the b,vt Iniormed sr.pn
horo for tbs iatt 18' motuhs. Besides llu
bg tbe firat cuQice of a miJ;,-ity( be Is tba j
econd choice of most ol the fi lends ol Conk-
Hrg, n'uins pi lbe otbeis. If a It pub'lem
noroinailng Convention were lo be held U
dny, It would be little else than a Grant rati
There are some Indications that Mr. Kind
all is not the sure supporter of Mr, Tlldm
tbat be bas been suiped by n me, lo be,
hut '.bat bis own aplal!or are quite as hlb
as tboso of lbe g-eat New Yorker. Wn shall
no lark matrrlal to muke a c! ctli n from In
18S0 Hut lut us wail until 1SH0 before e
make tiie k?vtlon. Cn any one name a
party good to bs secured by earlier ai tionf
Tbe following l a llt ol Chairmnc, ol
Ways and M arns Fernando Wood of N.
Approprlntions Aiklns of Tenn.
Banking and Curr-i cv Bockn-r rf Mo.
Paciflj Rilln.ad SI Lne ot M'd. '
Claims Brlirhlot Tenn.
Commerce U g u of Texas.
Pubdo I aridi-r.'onvera'e of Qhlo.
Pust oflige Monee ol M s.'
D strict ot Columbia lluoton of V
Judiciary K o ti i f Ky.
Militia Un. nt N. J
War CI .Imi Brspg ol Wis.
Pubtto Kxpontlilures Kmley of Ohio.
tn4 Oxma taevel Ark.
Manulac'urei Wise ol P.
Ag'lclillUre Covert of U. V.
Indian afiiilrs Scales of H. C.
Mllitiary sflir Spaika oi (II.
WaVal at'airs Wblllllori e i f TellO.
Foreign ' - Coi ol N V.
Territories Mulilruw if M,.
fivolutionury Pensions Vhltecate cf
Invalid pensions Coffrith of Vs.
Railways and Canals Cabell ol V.
Mines and Mining Uu-vi i s a o Ms.
lucatlort aud (.almr Qoude ol Ye.
Revliloa of laws Harris ol Va.
Coinage 8toLhenon of Ga.
Patents Vatuc of N. C.
Public Uuiidibi;c U.tik if Ga.
P.uiting Sing'olon ol Misy.
Census Co" of J. Y.
Epidemic Dueaai s Young of Tenc.
Exputidituresin ttate Dept Civ met- or Pn.
" in Tri as, depi Morrison of III.
" (n War dept -JL ackDurnol 1)
" in Savy !f pi. Towi send ol III
" In P.asti !!!. d. pt-I.aild ol Me.
" In luwlor dpt MuJler ol N. Y.
" . in l'ublig buildings Uetsti r Oi
Expsadltures la dept. of Justice Bluum
M siisjlpplteveei R"berton ol Li.
Euforra in' Civil Servict Uostetu r or I ,d.
Uorse TMcvcs to4 Burglars.
-pt cia! tn tbo T;nv jiiun,nl.
Eorsrr.p, 111., April 19 Ure tbievet
and ru.filara are nliuor-t taking posseakion oi
the city and cuor.'.y. Almost nightly larmers
have valuable liortei stolen, and it 1j alo to
say that during tbe last two wseke over
twenty bead ot horses t avo been stolen in
different prts of lbe c-inty, and as ve'' lb
oiujers nave fallen to make any erreMi". Tte
. . .. ... -
other night tho bouno ol j ititi 8ctimat:.'s. on
North Maiu tMHl wi enti rej by lumlars
tut snatwo gold walcbcj wero sLoun. l.aei
nig'it two more residences were ri bbed In
b vury heart of the ci-.y: at iho hktisa oi
Jsoob Humphries. $3 aOi,. aOm silverware
nd Jrwulry wero stoi.iu.'anil at tbo ronde-ice
of Lolt Bowbly" tbs thleyts made a good
Our obligations ure due the lion. A. M.
Lay for Congrcasional documenn.
Tba bndalia grange store has bailed and
made an essignuiSnf lit tko bbLttit of credi
tors. Jiaster at the Convent in Jrff. City was a
grand a 3uir. The sisters are tucking a suc
cess of the S:bool.
Circus and show of animals from all par!s
of the wo-I J, will bo, txbib.tedut J.U.ira.ni
City on 2o'.b of this month il you haw SO
cents to spare go an soo v..bai Cole bus.
&. temperance ort;an'zKtion is lormed in
N.w York called "I'ne Husiouss Maui T-m-p,"ance
socieiy lor the eiionurj,iiiaut ot
modnration lu the use ot lutoxuatini;
Beautiful Wyandotte, tbe betrothed ol
Kansas. City, protosta against t .king tae
black veil. But COO more colored immi
grants are expected to arrive to-day from bt.
Louis. What is to be done with tbcaif-Kaa-sas
City Times, 20th.
Cofc's circus is advertised for Sodal'a cp
tbe 80tb aud Jed rson City on the 2jJih; giv
ing California the grand shake. This is
heailrendnng to the lit.la boys who have
'been carefully saving up tlnir nickels. Nev
er mind, boys, t hero's a better day Coming.
A tornado of the severest nature passed
over Pocabdntas, Town., last Monday might
'causing the greatest destruction to tbitt vil
lage, tibvarul bouses acd cburcbis Were
Uown down. Great damage Is reported lo
tbe surrounding country. The course ot the
tornado was from southeast to northwest.
A large number of colored Southern
r donees lave been laniod by aleamboats at
Wyandotte In an Intirtly destitute condi
tion during the past few days aal ire oc
cupying tile churches aud public bull? ol
that plice. Many oi them are sick from ex
pOous and dying.
Cslllisville, 111., was vititted oa Isst Mon
day week, with a clyclone tl:ut demolished
the entire town the steeple od the M. E,
Cun-oti, during funeral svrvic.-s, wai throwl
several hundred leet diMaoo aud lbs spire
driven three feet ' U tue gr'tund tb lata
LrjTl 111 ll itlll hnnmtntv. If
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Mlev tbs report that miners am fl Hiking to
tbe rich carbonate te d of that rearion at the
' of ,8.00 a week. Ore la taken oat worta
T a liound. ' Ii Is thought that ih- 1, nalt
O' the present ramp w 1 y trl $30 000,0X1 of
the precious rentals per vewr, ano mere are
vailoja and Tangs acjacent to the cauin
enurmoualy rlcle. in rain--, whieti have not
" luiij eapiurea jbv sj. rimes.
, Treasurer Gi3 vindicated; the Legls
UlUrj tailed tn ntirt-artlo C of Itapeacliment.
The Jaoa-iiii county Criminal Court acquit,
ted tbe old Treasurer ol anything wrong.
As we have belore said tbe bwt m-n lo lbe
land areo'ieo serlou.lv Ii J .re. by 1eignlnr
di magogue.. U s new bond Das b.cn approv.
ed by Hie Governor and all things are now
qtnet. Tue Slain wnl not okely baise a dot
ar Irom the lad ure of the Mastn Bank. Let
us look on tbe bright and not oa tbe dark
ide of tbe picture.' .
A teotlemao lo Washington has receiv
ed a letter from the Un-f-d Jtates consul at
Te.iK'frs, dat d M ircli 13, Kivlng m Unliable
.ccouni of tbe famine, unolera and typhus
lever that bave bn raging in Morocco. la
ibe C.ty of Morocco ihn daily deaths Irom
typhus ranetl from 200 to '850 So great
Mas the starvation and suffering that parents
ate their cbildian and In other places the
dead were devoured by the living. Bodies
were naif huried or wbi liy unburled'and'thsf
aitnoi-pbtre was poisoned by lbe horrible
-tiuvia arising irons them. Near.y ball of
ihe European resiiietils had sucoombed. The
Miis ems would buy the garments of the
dial and putting tbim on would themanlvta
uun tail victims to the pesiileuce. Times
Journal. Tbe Be us durbs? recess presenU an
appearaucof dlgi ij(?) hat la Idjely to in-
pire the mal censirtuenl with ewe, as ba
bbholds tbe members, reading smoking and
liatliDg witu their feat hither than their
hnails, and the solos ol their boots all bearing
n the pot ait of Washington, behind tbe
Speak, r's dej, as If may wished to impress
ir.e Father of tils Country wuti the rant that
the l-iwer house of the Thirtieth General As
sembly o' tbe F.ith Htete In the Uulon Is not
entirely dvuld ot understanding-. Tribune.
llplnr Silrcr Wln'pj Tompaer.
atrXsffa--. ' a
Capital t2 000 000. 200,000 Sharei,
1AR VALUE. tlO r-rKfcHAKB.
CSAaSaaaiBL. FULL PAID.
Daniel J.S.ilauie, Pres. J.L.Tliompsnn, Hee.
wffice,-61 BKOaDWAY.NKW YORK.
The prope.ty of tblsCompaoj consist of
twelve ui fnes and mining locations, located
it Lake County, Colorado, LuU.ii yicmliy of
L adyille, upon all of which extenlv work;
i boen done, la all case exhibiting true
tWure veins, good pay streak, and well de
Two ot the leading mines are well opened
up and havn at tb lowoat computation over
i;K T1KUSAS1 T08-OF OUK IN
MjUr. Tito Ritlroad now under eon.tr uc
t ou will soon be Within a short distance ot
Tne companv proposes to sell a portion of
its - stock at $1 Wper share for the purpnsn
of ruore compiet.lv developing Its mines,
and lor tbe erection of works lor lb treat
ment of lis'nres.
Application lor tbe stock mav be made to
Mm ojc ol the Cojiaaei Broauwaj,
New Toik. 11 i i y
N. B. Tba Mtnlnt Reonrd. of Snm Yn-tr
tt, i, ,..,... ,i.i. : ... "
......... I, nuiiioriiy in mis country.
ays ieb. 1st IS9. The principal owner
n Wn rompany are bard workioa; tneo who
r therr own labor bave uncovered large
hodies ot ore which they now wlh to e
'ract andsend to uiaiket, Our;: .i dra will
.o w!l tn make a veniure wllb ihWe worthy
men, rhfcij tuoney w ll prebably be returned
o them iwftity fell The business man
geruent has been placed la the care ol Mr.
I. I. Thompson, au s-lflcer ot high atanc1 ing
'n one of the la-gost and best banks In tne:
'.ity. A proi.p..cia giving full partl'ulara
Hent free, on application to the rtmt.etarv.
Mrs. SALL'.K 1N0LAKD,
At Mrs. Watson's old stand, secondlfloor Ja
l Popp's building-, h
Hieh 3t, Js mm n fur, Mlssoorl.
Ladies' Ueadr-Made riolhincr
of ail kinrfs a ipjciality.
With exnerlenced " artists'
Dresiuskers, nnd Miss Alics Heevis in tbe
-Il.linery department make my stanlltU
ment a complete emporium tor tne ladies.
Call and examine pries, styles, quality.
Orders from a distance solicited and attend
ed to with promptness. " I2if
Mrs. SiLLIE KOLASJJ,
American Central jV
FIFTIETH FINAN 14 L IXHIBIT.
January 1st, 1879.
Cash Capital, $SW)0O0Of)
Reserve tor Kt-lnsuranoe, lH8.444.8tf '
Kesorye lor Unpaid Losses, b 2A3 44 '
i ommiaaions due Agent', - fi (Mil 4i
Tnpaid Dividends 1,105,75.
Net Surplus over Capital and '
' ' all tlablilties, ' SS8.30l.67.
SCHEDULE 0? ASSET.:
nrwrw "nlted Sthtes.'f !f)H TOO
iu',w;lim.lMrl Bute 411,080730.580.00
Caoh lu Bank of Commerce', .
St. Louis. 24 478 41
Oasli In Company's Otfico, 1.MI2 7
Iialanqs la bands of Agents, 39C2(K
GEO.T, CRAJIL IfRsiiDssT.
Y M. DODD. V.-P.' J AS NEWMAN, See.
W. U. PULSlFEa, CUA8. BliANCUr
8M. D po, Go. T. Cram, J.vo. Wint,.
(h o MaMill, Js. Newman, D iv Rorick,
SK.Oi b-N. S.O C.iDenter.Tl F.Iu.erolL
G.L.Joy- J -L. Bi-,ben, Joo.L. iteir, '
' W. H. ftiteiier.
J. kL UahiiT, Agent.