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Osaso Valley Banaer.
Official Paper ef Miller County.
Editors, Publisher) aud Proprietor.
i Published Mvry Thursday.
J Per Tear, in Advance, $1.00.
I f notplduntUUtjpjr,ilon ot the year al.US
J . Office: On flrt floor of Masonlo and
I - Odd Fellowi baildlrjf.'
i i , .. 1 WlLlLUUi
- - JO UK 6. PHELPS
Traemnir . ..,
. - II. U. BROOK MYKR.
M. K. McORATIi.
TnOMAst HOLLA DAY.
AWy (ianer! . JACKSON 1 SMITH,
Register o( Lnds . J As. K. MeUKMJY,
fiup't Public Instruction 11. D. SHANNON,
JUDGE BCPRBMK COURT:
Ten Yar - . Jl HN W. 1IKNRY,
Eight Years WARWICK. HotJMI,
Six Y-nrt TJJOd. A. HHBKWOOD,
Four Year - - Wm, B. NAPTO.V
Two Years - E.1J. NORTON.
Kepresenlative - 8AM LT HABRISON.
Circuit a Courtv Clerk - JOEL B. C'UKK
Sheriff aCollector- i'lNCKNEY 8. MILLKR
Probate Judge , Trees' r - J AS. H. TODD,
Prosecuting All y - K.O.bWAL,
Surveyor - - II. S. UL'liLINUAM K
School Commissioner J. M.HAKElt
Coroner . - - B.P.HICKMAN
FOR EQUALITY TOWNSHIP
Justice ol tbe Peace Ambboms Hb.mtcma?.
Constable - - - J. N. Bixrrr.
Poil-offlce address, Tuicumbia.
TSRM8 OK COURT:
CIRCUIT COL' it t': M wts Fourth Monday In
U-rcb end H-comJ Monday ia September;
h.. u. i ntVAUiu, Juitye.
COUNTY COURT: Meets Firat Monday In
Fwbruarv, May, August and November;
W. It. Wriiiht, prrsidmg j-isti; JoilK
S. J on a, l.i dulriot, Hikam IUkd, 2ad
dmlric.i, iiioiki Jmt'Cu.
PROBATE COURT r Meets Kwood Mon-
day In Knbru-.fr. M -y. Auguat and Not
tmbiir, ,lf. it. J u)i Judge.
M. K. Chureb Ml. I'i.iarii, at 4 o'clock
T. ra. on the '2nd aud 4.b Sundays. Rot,
H B. Unurvts Iberia. 2nd Sjnday, morning
ana evening, n. a,. Korea, junior
M. E. Chnrrb. Fiatwoode H-hool bout. 2nd
ruhbath, II a. m., am) Tuwunibie Hturua
eve. btiira. K. Hi'MInorr, i'a-tor.
CHRISTIAN Cburcb TmcumMa. 4-h T,-rd'a
day, muruiUK and evenln-, ' I. Douk,
HPBINO OARDKN, 4Ul Lord't day, W. Y.
BALKXJ Church, on 4 h L-rd'iday, 11 o.dock
a m. Sim l uulcner, pa.ior.
II APTIST-r-Vor tba tear coiumanolno 8tpt,
Tba lima of mAelinf- of aauti church in
Una Aaaociatloo m rulnu by nilurday
UNION Chnrnh Menu 4tb 8turday la eacb
monin. J. 31 Hthh. mod
lilO KtCllWOOD8 Cbu-rh mcett 3rd
Htturdar la each tuoolb, A. O. Uurki, mod.,
1 no. Marcbant, Ulerk
LI rTLB UICIIWOOD4 Otich-.Tiu nd
bal'y In eacn month, J. M. Hibb-, mod.
PLKASANT POINT Cbureh meatl lit
rialurday Kid. Joftn HmiWi, mod
W KT QLAE ChurcbuiMli lit Saturday,
j. n. iiiiooa, moq.
NEW if ALE M Church maeU 4 Ih SaturUay,
jiia. uuncan, tuou.
SABBATH School, at &Jt. Plaaaant, 3
o'clock p. nu tyvty Sunday. I. 11. Autun,
M A 8 o JT 1 c .
Tuacurobla R. A, Chapter No. fiT,
A. P A. M., meet at their ball the Hacond
batunlay ailar lull moon each month.
I). MAui.Lt H. V
Win. H. Haiinitein, 8eo'y.
Tuacumbia Lxlga No. 187, A, F. A A, M.
meet Saturday oo or beiora full moon io
H. Bradlvi-oud, W. M.
Ii. 0. Todd, Seo'y,
A mitt CuAHTan, No. 143, O.B.8. raeott lo
- regular KomiBoniealliiQ tba 1 J Haiurday afltir
eacb full moon, at 7 p.m., in Maaonlo Hall,
Tuacumbia, alo. Vinliot; aiiUsre and broth
ran wiil be fraternally ri cordially wnl
coined. Mn, Han ah E. Uauinitbin, w.M.
Mr. Lizi JoiiNHo, A, M.
Mii Mattib K. CtMMINUl, 8o'y.
Pleaaant Mu Lodfra, K.V.fi A.M., No. 13L
meet at tbelr ball ou riaiurday eyvDiDg oo or
after each full woo a,
James Jobhstok, W, M.
Jamk Ettcb, Bec'y.
Brumley, V. D,. A. F. & A. M.. hold re
gular communlcatlont Saturday uibt oo or
alter lull moon iu each month.
J.L, Conhbh, W. M,
C. 8, 1'HiLtiri, Beo'y.
o. O. 1
Tuicumbia. Lodsre. 80S.
I. 'O. O. F. Hold tbelr regular meeiinKi CTvry
WadniMcay avoniug, at 7 o'clock p. m.
O. V. WbllsN.G.
Lonn Lbibv, Beo'y.
Pleaiant Mf. Xode, No. 05, 1. 0 O. F.
Hold regolar mnoitnita ery Baturday, at
7 o'clock p. iu.' VliitlPK broibera, lo Rood
landing, are cordially Inyltntl to attend. ,
Jouii B. Cbockbb, N. 0.
JaS. O. BlifPeoN, Sae'y. .
Iberia Lodge, No. K). I. O O. F. meet In
regular communication auery Saturday en
! ! at 7 o'clock p. re. , v
' Iuaiaw Latcubm N, O.
- LuvLlY-!T. JAM, bec'y.
TUSCUMBIA, MILLER COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14. 1879.
T. 0. Hobinsoo, .
ATTOUNE: AT IyAV.
Tufcumbia, Mo. ', .t,,' ;
Office at prawn In the Court Uum,J i
ndeanil QuinUnf 'X'lllea a Bpecialitr. r" ,
Uaya been Ularg ol the County and OirtnK
Courta lor X yar, am familiar itk
Roeo-xia, havo tb only Ab8THACT OF
TITLBat la laa county Charta roaaoafbie.
ATXOMNKY AT X-jVW.
VlllprauUca bia DrofeMtwB la Miller and
attownky wx1 r.A.w.
: Tuwumbla, Mo. . - .-',..
AR boiln-aa latrun4 to bia rare Will ' be
promptly and Inlthiull aitnd4 to. .
Jnaiat) Ltcaein, "
Attorney at Law, Notary Public and
Wilt practice bit proleaiion to Millar and
Geo. T. Wbtte,
Jefferson City, Mo.
il. li. Uaruilion,
Attorney -at- Law,
Jf ffdreon Clt)-, Mo.
H. 8. Pope,
Attorney -at- Law
JtlTursoo Ulty, Mo.
Joseph IU Edward?,
Jefferson City, MO.
A. P. MXUObK. M. V.,
Practicing I'tyalctan a n t
Pleavant Frm. Mv
J. a. UvGKK.
PhyniciaH Suryeon and
DiinanenTol Women aud Children made a
Pity tc tan, a d Huryton.
J. L. CONS EH.
Phyntcian and Surgeon.
Phyntcian A crouch iter a n d
Kocky Mt-, Mo.
Special attention given to dlaeatet ol
Women and Children.
Gw. W. TREMAIN.
Phyntcian a n d Suryeon,
OCUL1S and AUJIIST
P. O, add ran, Tuicumbia, Mo.
O. A . UoM inan,
O 13 1ST T X t3 T,
Will Till I Tuacumbia on tba 4 th Tueiday
of each month ald remain two daya.
DANIEL CUM MINGS.
Notary Public C Land Aycnt,
Jim Henry Township,
Ml'ler County M'uourl,
Will attend to all ouilnew entruatcd to
tllat . L . JIL.L, . Mil
FliTIGIH FINANCIAL EXHIBIT.
January 1st, 1870.
Cain Capital, $300 000.00
Heaerve lr Ka-loiuraoce, lM8.444.8il
Keaerve lor Unpaid Loner. 08. 254 44
t'OmDiliom due AgeijU, 6,'J4! 43
Unpaid Dividend. l,lGo,74
Nut Kurtilui over Capital and
all Llabliltiet, 238,301,67
oCuKUULS Or AnSETB;
nunil UniU'd State, $2!)S,500
I Miiaourl 8tu 4I3.0W $730,680.00
Caab lu rank ol Commerce,
Bu Louie, 24,478.41
Caih In Company's Office, 1,8!2 72
Ualaooe in baadi of Agents, 3D Wi.W
GEO, T, CRAM, Ph.upbt.
B. M. DODI). V.-P. JAB. ilKWMAN", Sec
VY. li. PUL8IFEB, CUAB. BKANCU,
Treat. Au'l Bee
8 M. Dotin, Go. T. Cram, Jno. Waul,
Geo A. Madill, Jaa. Newtuao, Djva Korick,
B E.Uilbrt. U.U.Ctrpeoter.n. P.InKcraull,
u. A., iiov, i ,u. oK'impui, 400.AJ, oiair,
W. H. Pu'alter.
J. M. UAMr, Aeent.
... Caerrrvale, Kasiaa. . i
Augusl lh. 1S70.
Ep. Bakir . '
Tba memorable worfli of tho Ilonry
Ward B'eohar, on oommenclno; a aermon,
ttiat U the delivery of a ormon from ibe
atp(t of Plymouth church, ona Euaday
morninit, durinn the heated term of lait
rWi!Trt era dlttlnotly remraibered wheo
tit TVArinomnter Itandi at 110 la ibe, thade
Mr. Dtecher oa aecending the atep Inta the
pulpit drew from hlfpockot a haiirchji
and wiped f real drops of ''pmrfrtl ,;3 'Irons
hh orow. Then in loud and duiiuci timea,
aaid "H'i d d hot.!! 1 do not kofw- what
Mr. BaecW would call the weather il at we
have been heviog for tba put t1 or tbree
waki, we know what lie ht c'i!-.j ih" turn
kind of Wwiuitf.uij.J tmVA DO rfW -fi Uil'-tii
that b9 -U p.ilii.- to i.!fv Yhr.u' , '.'-V.
aaytbio, a ; .4 m wtaUidf.
Uoweyer a cool wave from the north baa
truck ua and e are happy ai "big tun flow
are." Erery tbing la qolet, far man feeling
badly "too much corn raited we wiil Ret
nothing for onr cropi." What a glorioui
country tbit would be if dootori, lawyera,
preachers, mecbanlci and all other clattei,
except farmer would ibiillb off t bia mortal
coil. And leave none but (rangara to hold
the ofllorf,admlnirter the lawi, Ac, &c.
Bniineri of all kind aee'mi to be rovlving
and a period of prosperity unprecedented ii
dawning onon ua.
A little village named Caney, dowq In tbe
toulowoit corner of thii ooanty wan entered
by four mounted and arrxet men who made
prisoner ol all the clt.ir.fni, one of tbeir Darn
bur guarded the clllteoi, while tba other
three robbed Ibe stores, post office aud citi
zens lo tbe amount of ? 1KX). Two men
named Roberts and Kirkpetrick came Into
town during the time tbe ra'dert were going
throuKb tbe town. Tbe robber fired upon
lbm killed Klrkpatrick andiorioutiy wound.
d llobert; tbey then filled several sacks with
goods eiid took their departure Into tbe pro
posed Oklahoma. One ol tba raiders bad
(ormorly lived In Caney and was well known
by some ol the citlsnn, late in tbe alteinoon
four or five Uuited B'.ate soldiora started in
permit but came back the oext day without
We wilt goon have our Su Louis road com
pleted, road bed about built, ready lor.iliei,
rails aud rolling stock.
Co! Spring Plcjie.
"Ed. Banns.: The re-union of tbe Cole
County Union Sunday Schools gathered at
Cole Spring Church Thursday,, Augurt 7ib.
The meeting was called to order by instru
mental music; and flrst.'tinctng by tmer
Second, speaking by A. G. Tampleloa, for
Centennial school, and singingby raid school.
Third, Singing by Sherwood school, and
peaking by Kev. White for same, and song
by Sherwood Sjbool.
Wa then bad Intermission of oie boar and
a half, for dinner,- which was In an abun
First, Instrumental inmic and Ringing by
Enterpriie. and speaking by Kev. Ed. Lump
kin lor EUton,
Second, tinging by Enterprise, and speak
Ing by Kvr. Dr. Jordnn tor Enterprise, after
which a tplendid ploco ol muslo was bad by
We bere return ourthank and extend our
beat withe to Sherwood's excellea stagers for
tlavlr closing piece,
Tbe speaklog and tinging wa then doted
and tba vUlclalt met and re-organized and
the following It Ibe result: 1 .
Hon. A. G Templetoo, president,
Mr. McNeil, ol EUton, vlce-pre.Idont,
Mr. A. G. Hunter, recretary.
W think these gatherings are b'neflcial
to tbe gang1 and to tbe Interest of Sabbath
Wa were pleated with the manner Bnd be
havior of the multitude preient.
Mar.hal of the day.
Castle Dame Items.
The new church at Mt, Carmel will be
completed for dedication at the lait (Quarterly
meeting of Jefferion City circuit, which will
begin September 90tb,
Tbe farmers In this beat bave about fin
Mr. Wm. P'ummer ha 'lie best Weeda
In Cole county, lull measure 17) feet, ,
There were two sew bride at Cole
The Misses Glover are vlsltbg friend in
Mt. Caruul neighborhood.
Protracted Boetlng at Centennial School
Ed. hahmkbi our meeting I still la pro
gress at Centennial school-bouse) there ba
been aeveral convert and three accessions to
the Metbolist cbunh the meeting through
the following week, commencing Aug. lOiu,
May tbe Lird continue to bleat hi people
In Ibis part of bia moral berliage,
We think those who have well fattened
bogs will loee nothing by soon getltng them
into market. There is a good demand fur
them in Uu Ixiuls at tbe preient time. Kerty
bird generally get the best worm. ltUral
Got. Peelpi (or Pnsideot. .
The Newt Journsls of Mldwurt In the gen.
eral Way are Opening an ey - towards tbe
nxt Pre-Ment. All seem to look 10 tbe far
Eaitor West. Buppose w open an ey
beirer home and take Minourian; " Got.
Jobn S. Phelps. If Bentoa waa living all
parties would support him. Phelps Is of the
s me school, on govarnmenUl polioy and we
see no reason why all parties la the West and
South should not take blm.
W leara from the hack driver that last
Baturday night tbe Colored people of Cali
fornia wero having a ball, shin din, boa boa
down and five or six young white bloods
went in 00 their muscle; a general tight en
lued one of the white boys was killed and
two-rr Wree other were badly alabbtd
i .'-.hi fol. ' Several jat tho nocrnaa wra
,o.j MAll ...the taaaltwt3i sjarscb
In pasrhig over our exchange, tbe enor
mous amount of crime of tvary hue grade
in tbe Old World, all over tbe United State,
In the lerrlloiles and down to our own belov
ed slate, even io our neighboring countlos
Moniteau and Morgan; is enough to make
tbe blood chill in coursing through tbe vaics
and balr stsnd on end to contemplate tbe
enormity ol crime' raging as a tempeat among
all claise Irons tbe highest lo the, lowest as
Viewed by a moral world.
Old man Allison of Syracuse, a minister
and . professor for Uiiid of a century, tamper
ing with a little girl of ten summer.
The Warreniburg murder at or near a
filthy hoyel, Vapt by Madam Lowe.
Tbe Calilornia slaughter of white and
blacks at a negro sbin-diedaoce.
When Will It stop? Ob, wlici.T Perhaps
not till a srourtn; of Yellow Pevor, Ailaiic
Cholera, Black Vomit or a storm of Fire and
Brimstone shall pour out on tbe nation of
nation with a moch violence as do tbe mad
and luillut passions of man and woman that
now flood the earth.
We give thanks that we are living In Mil
ler county, where there la abundance of tvery
thing to make man happy, U peace, qolet
and love reigns supremely, no crime lo black
en tne la'.r page of Miller county.
Let ua raj ilea wilh exceeding joy.
Tbe Su Louis ppr. are biting over with
account ol a negro man being shot; we pre
sume tbe wojld will wag on as well without
him. Tbe. liuia boy locked up In a cell to
hold bim as a witness with a drunked dtvii
who abused the little fellow so he died tbe
next day; there is not much menllou made.
How is this lor official dot)?
Last year, for tbe Brat time In the history
of this couutry, cotton ceased to be tbe lead'
log export of tbe United Slates, For the
eleven months ending May 80th, 1879, we
exported grain to tbe estimated value ol
$1'J2, 000.000. Tbe cotton txporU during tbe
tame time amounted to $16U,O00,OC0,adtffar
ence in favor of our Cereal of $33,000,000.
We should be glad to tee less of our staple
going abroad, and more manufactured art!
ele. It costs no more freight to export 1
too of watch springs than atonct pig iron,
but the profit to tbe capital and tbe labor ol
the country that exports tbe manufactured
spnogs Is quite another matter from what it
is when the crude metal is sent. There is
a sermon to political economists in tbis sug
gestion. Clncinnattl Star.
With food cheaper In to Is country than in
Kurope and the wage of labor higher, it
seems certain tbat tbe foreign emigration set
ting lo at the present time rouit X on Id
cresslcp;. Now Is the time for our immigra
tion bureau aud county societies to penect
tbelr organizations and to arrange tbeir
plan tbat Miswuri shall get her share. To
b in tbe line ot prop? development we
must bav more labor tor our tplendid farm
ing land , onr mine and factories. St.
The race of mankind would perlib did they
ceasa to aid eaob other. From tbe time ibat
tbe mother bind tbe child's bead, till the
moment that tome kind aaaUtant wipea the
deain-damp flora the brow of the dying, w
cannot exist without mutual bulp. All,
therefore, that need aid, lave a right to ak
it ot tbeir follow mortals; no one who holds
the power ot granting can roluio U without
Six thousand bankers were Invited to the
Bankers' Convention which assembles at
Saratoga to-day, aud of tbia number proba
bly one thousand will attend. Tue proceed
logs will coutisl of addreste and paper upon
the bistorv of banking lu different part of
tbe country, aud tbe Seld ol finance will no
duubt be thoroughly oaiivaued by these rep
resentative of tbe man wbo handle tbe mon
ey of our people. Cincinnati Star.
The Conserva'.lve movement In the stale
of Mleitsmlppl, wblob Is regarded by lb
Democratic parly of that state a a moveuiunl
antagoiilatio to It, Is creating some stir ia the
party circles down there. The recent sot of
tbe Deoiouatic party in Yaaoo county, which
oomptlled an Independent candidate to with
draw trom tbe canvass, and which ha been
made tbe sublet of somuoh bitter comment
by the republican press, w learn irom tbe
Vlcktburg Herald, Is universally condemned
by Democratic, and Republican paper, 'i be
Herald Is leading the Conservative party
wilh ability eod fairness, and appeal to tbe
better Judgement of tbe peeple lo condemn
the! Yesuo and almllar afftiri. prompted by
txtrnilU. St. Louts Tiuitl-Journal.
Cattl atl sheep raising in Wyoming Ter
ritory It BMuming enormous proportion. ,It
is stated that tome of the largest stock men
will pay a high a $72,000 in freight before
tbe shipping season Is over. More thaa 1,
000,000 pound of wool have already been
shipped Etst from Cbeyenn the preient .-
sonKansaa City Times. ,
Tba naxt man t tender bis resignation
will no donbl be , Horatio J. Bpiague,
United Bute Con ml ai Gibraltar. For
aoooe weeks a band of Spanish brigands have
been addressing playlui meeiiBKes to tbia
official, advertising blm if beheld his lite and
lihertv of any special Importance to depoalt
fJ.OOO at a designated plane, and thus insure
his future peace and bapplneas and that of
his futnre peace and bapplunaa and that o
bis family. Ua bat not yet deposited tba
money, and we may confidently expect a
vacancy at Gibraltar soon. Cia, Btar
Onef the Incentive to tbe promotion of .
agriculture i found In tbe ccrreoponding do
cline Of pauperism. Government, when pro
prietary nuiresta In land are gnnerally die
tributed, ara little troubled wilb pauperlim,
tbe reverie being true where lands ara held
bv tbe lew. Thus In Franca there are 6,000,
000 or landed proprietor, 5 000,000 being
i mall farmer, tbe proportion of agricultural
labor Vnlpg fifty one per cent., and there are
only 250.000 land proprietors, the proportion
being twelve per caul, and Kngland bat
1,000,000 of panpor.
Prom tbe People's- Tribune.
Mr. C. J. Ouodltiicigor, tvoior editor of
the Eclipse, Monday discovered an icier eat
ing Hem in lilt own family, In the form and
tbape of a young arplrant for editorial honors.
The little fallow at present will oontent him
Inif with tbe position of fighting editor bit
weight being eight aud a half pounds. As
this is Ojndleflnger's first boy, his natural
fueling of pride over tbe young fellow's fafe
arrival completely Ellipses an j thing be has
It la'nt safe to abuse an editor who has
justbeen presented with an heir weighing
eight and a half pounds. He is apt to tuel a
big and strike as bard as though he weighed
a too. Hoifelt the truth of tblt last nlgbt, as
light of hit eyes went suddenly Into Eclipse.
To Motheni Should the baby be suffering
itn any ol tbe disorders ol babyhood use
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup at once for the trou
ble. Price 21 cents. ...
Tbe government officers are ready to en
list boys lor the navy, at SU Loul. Here it
a chance for any of our boys who want to
tea the world and ' make money on their
travels, . ( ;. '
JuOge Krekel denied the temporary In
junction' asked by tbe Western Union Tele
graph Company, to restrain tbe American
Union Telegraph Company from erecting a
line of telegraph along tbe line of the right
ot way ot St. Louis, Kansas City & Northern
A small, young man, iut.g, dark balr,
b1 not been thavea for many week, long
nails, stooped-tuou! tered, rolls up hit eyes,
blinks rapidly, woi.. oiue clothes a third too
large, suspenders round his waltt, old slouch
black bat, worn-out boots; was teen at Mont-,
gomery City, June 13. Reward paid fcr
Information at tills office which will lead to
bit return to friends.
Mr. Frank II nckers, a very worthy and in
Uuitrious young man. residing In Liberty
towutbip, died Monday night irom blood
poisoning. It appears that be bad a tore
on bis arm, which became poisoned by soma
kind of a weed.
In round number, six hundred of tbe tax
paying citizen of this county petitioned the
Coonly Court far an extension of time for
tbe completion of tho O. V. and S. IC. Hall
road from Tipton to Versailles, The peti
tioners are men of sense, property and In
fluence. It wa go'-ten np with very little
effort, and merely to show the County (bat
there wat but Utile, If any, opposition to tie
extension. On Tuesday a motion wm filed
In the Court, etktng tbat tbe petioner be al
lowed to be heard la the matter; and tbe
Court et yesterday morning lor that pur
pose. Yesterday morning, Judge Kas, Hon.
A. W. Anthony and Col. Stover, addreased
tbe Court In favor of tbe extensioa. The
Court admitted tbe benefit ot the road; our
necessity for an outlet, and tranporlatioo of
surplus produots; the Increaae la property,
wealth, and to lortbtfmt two members said
their objection was, thai they had not the
power to grant the extenslon-tbat it was.
In efioot, a new subscription. Thereupon,
Mr. Antnouy proposed U-'tlle with theui the
written opinion of tbe Versailles bar, that
tbey had sucb authlty, and that it wat neither
In laot, nor In enact, a new subscription; and
that If tbe Court was not satirflexl with tbe
opinion of their borne lawyers, tbey oould
take the opinion of any other lawyerc tbey
chose, Versailles Gasette.
Tba Country ot tho mtuxa.
Ex-Governor Dlngly, of Maine, who baa
been traveliug through Europe, lay tbat
Jobn Bright declared to bim that "America
Is bound to be tbe country ot the luture."
Mr. Dingly add that It I surprising to listen
to the lavorable comments upon America
which are now bearl io Kurope,
Not many years ago our country was spok.
on or si ghtly and even with derision. All
this has been changed. An American bears
bis country spoken of wltk approbation aud
eyea eulogy. Americana are trawled with a
reipeot sad courtesy that la shown to lew
foreigner. Every where be wout, in nearly
every railroad ear, la boUls, on the streets,
be beard a discusrton on the prospects of
America, With sucb remarks ait nose; "What
a womlcrlul country," "Jiow rnpldly Amer
ica Is developing."
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