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TUSCUMBI A, MILLER COUNTY MISSO
IIUUSDAY. NOVEMBER 27.1879
Osazo Valley Banner.
Official Paper of Miller Cou&ty.
Bdilora, Fubltabore anit Proprietors.
I'ubltshetl Every Thursday.
Jer lear, In Advance, $1.00.
nolpld until tbecxplration of the year 41 25
Office: On first floor of Masonlo aod
Odd Fallows building.
TERMS OF COURT:
CIRCUIT COURT: Meats Second Mondsy in
Fobrutrr mid Second Monday in September;
K. L. Edward, Judge.
COUNTY COURT: Meet First Monday in
Pebruarv, Mny, Augu.l and Nnvemtwr;
W. K. Wbkiht, presiding J istiee.; John
8. Jons, lt district, Hiram IUkd, and
dlatriul, eaoclava jual'caa.
raOIUTK COURT: M-eta ieoond Mm
dy Id FHorunrv. l v. August and Nov
ember, Jas. II. Tiln J idif".
BOOTS and PHOiM.
J. L. HAKE i CO
Manufacturers Hnd Dealers la
Till being tlio only exclusive Boot and Shoe
establishment In tbe city they can and do
ell gooda at Si. Lou'i figures. Our
stock la com pi eli), lo quality, alze
and prices, from tbe coarsest
to tbe fluost, all style,
and perfect At guaranteed or uo gale.
Governor . - - JDQX b. PHtfT.PS
Lleuv-Oovaroor II. C. BROCK, tf Y Kit.
fcee'y of Stale - M. K.. Mi OK Til
Tresurer - l'XMMl GATKS
Auditor TUOM . IIOLLAIMY
All'yGscerel - JAl KSON I, SMITH
Register of Laoos JAs, K. M IlKNUV
Buo't Put.lto l"triiMion K. IX SHANNON,
JUUUKS SUFRgMK COlUr:
Ten Years - - JOHN W. HKVRY.
KigbtYW - WARWICK. HOtJ'-H
HlxY-ars TII03. A SUERVVOOD
Four Year - - Wsr. H. N tl'IOX.
Two Years E. II. NORTON.
representative - SAMLT HARRISON.
Circuit County Clerk - JOKL R. MUK
Sheriff 0olleeior- PISCKMtY S. MILLHl
Probate Judge Tre.a'r .IAS II. TODD,
I'roseeuliug All y - E. MVALKvl. .
surveyor - II S. BUltLINUAM K.
School Commiaainuer J. M. K A K lilt
Curonnr ... B. I. IIICIvM N.
'!' J 1 '.. .. i- .-!'-
M. E. Churub Mi. I'lMssnt, Kt 4 o'clock
t. no. on tbo Itud aud 4.b tiuiidaya. ltov.
KsTwin li, paatur.
M. E. Church ItrU. 2nd 8 inday, morning
and vailiik', N. K. Urnx. pmlor.
M. R. Churi-b. Kiatwnod H''hil bnne, 2nd
babbulb, 11 a. m., ami Tuai'iimblH 7:30 p. m.,
C. I. I1KIIJUK4. 14 tor.
CHRI.STIAM Church TunumMi. h I.jrd'
day, moruiug aod evenlcg, AY. 1'. Ijohobi
KPRING GARDEN, 4'.h I.urd'a day, "V. K.
tAL"M t'burh, on 4 h Lrd'aday, 11 o.cbck
a ra. hid'I Uatociar, pauor.
UAl'TIST Fur the jer commonclng 8ip'.
Jrt77. The U uc o' mcuiirg f rli cliurcb in
(3 1 Aocta'.lDj ia rulud hy Huurdty.
UXION Cb-irch Meet 4. b Sturdy in oacb
iaiuiu. J. H llibba rud.
BIO KICII WOODS Cbiirch romta 3rd
Haturdav In eioh uioulh, H. O. liurka, nod.,
Tboa. Mrct.int, C'Uirk
LITTLE RtOII WOODS CMircih owta 8r
Hat'y in ech inoiitli, J. II I(ibb, mod.
PLBASAmT POINT Cburcb meets lat
baturlay Kid. Jaun tfjiitli, mod.
WET GL.AZE; Churcb-uiiota lat Haurday,
J. M. Ill boa, mod.
NKW i'ALKM C-uroh mecta 4tb Saturday,
Sid. Uuocan, mod.
BABUATH School, at Mi. Plaant, 3
o'clock p. ra. etry buoday. It. U. Auaun,
M J SOH1 C .
Tnai'um'di R. A. Chaptur N. 87,
A. f. A. M., mcot at tbi'ir hall tbu Sucond
lialurday alter lull uiunn i-nch in. .nth.
IV NUatiULL, U. P.
Wm. n. naiioatnlo. Seo'v.
Tusciirabia L die No. 437, A. F. A A. M.
meet Htuurduy oa or bulore fill uioon in
II. ItitaTiLVPOBP, W. M.
U. 0. Tod. Sec'y.
Ami tt CHai'Titit. No. 142. O.K.8. moeta In
regular vomnniuioaiinii tha 8 I Nitturday Hrti r
each full oioon. at 7 p.m., in Mnaonlo Utll,
Tuacumbia. Mo. VUmtiO! bi-ttra and brnh-
ran will be fratcrnsIlT awl eorHally w l
eomed. Mri. HauAH B. HArsTKiN, W.M.
Mm. Jiirrii.lon.Nuos, A, At.
Mi8 Mattic K. Cumminos, Sru'y.
Pluaa.nt Ml. Lo.1ir.. A.K.& A.M., No. 13t
. mwa at iuc V..H su.j ohuuik
aflur each full mono.
Tamks JoanaroN, W. M.
illllM ir.TTKtt. HfUl'ff.
Brumley. U. O.. A. F. & A, M , hold re
gular cooimuntcatlona Saturduy bUtit on or
alter lull moon in each month.
J. L. Conhcr, W. It,
0. B, PniLt.ir, Beo'y.
a i rsi
isoots a n u snoes,
of every description, always on band.
tcSTOrdrra promptly flllwl by the Tuacuoi'
bi mud California uai y back.
J. L. HAKEACo!
Io Ir'Mii. oi (Jourt Boiun,
UARDW AliK AO.
Stoves and Tinware,
lion, i teel, Horse-Shoes, If ails,
Hardware & Cutlery, Sawing Machine aod
Clocka, Wagon & GVrlng Wuodvrork.
RcproKuil.-.l b. 1) p Moouk
j. o. o. j:
Tuwurobla. Lodeo, 80,
I. O. O. F. Hold their reeular nrooilr.Ka every
"Waduwcay eTeuing, at 7 o'clock p. m.
I). M ARdlALL, N. O.
Pna. F. IUc IN8TH. B' c'y.
TlP.ant Mi. LodKe. No. 95,1.0 O. F,
Ilold regular meeilr.R li' 3J Saturday, at
T o'clock p.m. VMlmtC broiLem, in itood
atandluu, are cordially tilUU lo atlena.
John li. Cucckkh, N. G.
t.a n RlUPBOV. Sbo'v.
iwia Wiue. No. 840, 1. O.O. F.roeetlB
regular couimuulcalion eucry Saturday ven
ot at 7 o'clock p. ni.
Ibaiau L7cnnv N. O.
litkWKLLYI T. JlMlB.Sjc'y. :
(Suooeaaor to F. Groa,)
WutohoM, Clonic, Jwolry
8 1 1 1 W A1 1 IS .
S13 High St., JlFKIUOM ClTV, MO
All kloda of Watches Clotka and Jewelry
ltTdr d and WaXruUltd,
Bore of tbe Boom la lh HI '
Hcotland County CVnw ,
poeed to moving the r l;i.l.
Waabington Obaorv ir:
bard lor a railroad to .Mf-hf
lh ftllw nf tliA firalrip.
Rturgnon, Boone CoonJ.y j
tbe lime comes you cakci)! .
removing tbe capltol to V.
Boonville Tonic: ijlVil. S
j iah or
tit iu .i';hte
When the pnr. i '-pOS V'.c
8eaKa " "r " . t '..iciriys
Nortb Misaourl (
Domorratli a Welcou
It la the pre it daily ol '
U ably edited, which i r,
shilling ot a city m en
pir itions for tho Slate t
Pierce Cliy, Lawre . 4 j Uewd: We
liavo ncoivi'd a card V tt'fl't."n as to
i 0 ' tr.t I Jifl'.-r
J. ffurantt City oyer the "priiau
itoi with ae-
the removal of the Si
eon City to Sxrialia. .
Eire an oyerwbelo
la tact wo are alum
removal, and Soda
Tbe qncition of ret
from JtiflVno CilJ
C ty 01 lLo Pruiric,'
and tbe cntcrpriiln
qu-alS an iJCprcH
b ate o.i the uhjicL
ol tie removitl, Ilroit
Ilitnnibiti I"d- nnt
tho capital be remw
iit'ff i Miiauri will
, ii, ffc'or of It.
1 1 1 1 1 lav r of tbe
J 1 1 eho co ot tbe
l i Iront ot Court Houac.l
Special attpntino given to Clocka and Walchs
luiproporiy haiidlcl by Incouip.Hent
All work and tooda lullv iriia'Rntii1.
IITriPEUTAtXKd A bl'E-. lALIlY-ud
O -di-ra pruuipuy lillud and t-a'nlv .Hikj
f if tilf liter t. A LtX KLIGKR.
IHVor Ol BJr. . j
County Tiu t,p -'at: We bavo
hkHn ol tins A In ourcolumna.
W. I II A NDLKY, Proprietor.
Mtiiu.'ai'turar and deitlttr in
Foreign and American
Turi.oil Mi nuuinin, Tombatoner, Tb!et, & .
f" All oidurs by Mail will Ruculvo Prompt
Kiireiritpj bv J. Goldman. Z. T. Cham-
UKKrl.'U. IS. ('LARK,
a prafi'tabla to n.o (
la a livo aod ll-jur
ailvanttgea wbich r t
nun lor the tent c
fwisl'ive tbut ivrr,
whom bualD'M on-
!lla to flie c-p
bang. Jefioreon C r
;?8 and rjothinir t
down in fnvor of Blr.
oi ten p
and tc ia no new t . j j o tte cltizuns oi
Cms cnunty. Ii it n itir prune import
ance to nvpry rttiiMt at t.rn, boi th' rn
a JNortoira ailou
to ce inide an ii-mu lo
mt-aur ol tbe 1';
w are lu noi
State and county, its I
we arc, m-vrrtinnorr,
ol fli' Cop tal tot
lr. It ia a more e:
21. A mere bea t i
ill, lue eipcns
iDoval ironi Uio I,
bir the burden of r,
It ia mure conve'il ;. i ' 1'w f, 1 at of rail
road laellitit-a, havn-.- I ff t, T, retci
'SI i o '
ROBERT HbOSlUB, Proprietor.
Lte ' Occidental Hotel.
House Nwwlv Furiilabe-i ThrouKhout. Ae-
CotumoUutloiiH rirM-CliihS. Charges
Aback will cxrry p ei uera to and fromdepo'
Commodloua Sample Room lorCommtr-
Cial t'Vi'h r.
II. . COOl'KII,
Ot)?ri no apnlncy, but with confidence can
hv, cnm and om t'MH1 it you w- nt
finOIJ AND ULIKAUI.K flU-lUKKS
1 luuke any aim. Irom a Miniature to L.IIO-
siz, and all tbe laust siyics at pricea tu sun
the 'liiios. ' , .
I (f r great IndncomenU to families in large
pictures ami Iraiuua. Coptlng old picture a
fpclulUy. Bring or scud in your old pictures.
t-'.U(riciion our.iiited. Piolure taken In
cloudy weather ns Wil' a In fair.
it i a. vw a. ' t ......
V. .J. FULK8,
Hal a stock sufficient to aupplv the Osage
Valley and surrount'ing country of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots,
Shoes, llats, Xoiins, f c;
Clothing A Speciality
Always FrBfh, ol tbe best sjuallty, and at uo
HAMPLKS. P.;IC8. dko.
tJatUfKritin k u a I a n t d I ' H ef
Catiloinla, Mo. t
f t S:a
Uls tbo '0
'"ib press of the
i uown to lavor
ill m-ara, let
A- eaiKin. bciltilia
ix s 'iid tag many
it ,n s.-ollent loca-
;o' rt. We are
it' , -jt mis connty,
0j C I ''r " qvontly
iv Joice at the
x nil I '.li disadvanl
'' ejJ it. Pin us
I3P0BTA3T BC1ES OF CCiTJUCT. : j
Ktvcr point at sn other. ,
Xaref bettiy e cor Ddenoe"
Nuver wontinIy fr;ghteo others,
Nat4r loiva borne with unkind words.
Nivor ueglect to oaii upon your friends.
Never laugh at tha "m li-fortunes of oth
er'. Xver fv a SpromiiO that you do not
lif'r.U. t . ,
Wcver conl.l present noting lor Ouo la
Never iprnk much ol your own porforin-
N?er! nis.Ssi yours6if tbe hero ofyour
own ,t iy. "".
Nvar fail lo be. ptincluu lit tbe lime
- -.-'ar pirit w. rc v'i r rim.
IU t'iif,jy. , -'
Ncvc .fall to Rive a polito ansB'tr toa
N(,vtr q neat ion a aorvanl or child about
Nnver present A gilt saying it is of DO
use to yourself.
Nover reni letter which you may una
addrersed to othciK.
Never fall, II if a gentleman, of being civil
and polito to ladios.
Never cull attention lo the features and
fi rm of anyone prerent.
ever a.uoclate wuh bad company. Wave
goid o impny. or m m.
Never reler to a cift iou have made, or
favr you have rended.
Never look over tbe snoeider or another
who is reading or writing. ,
Never appear to police a scar, deformity,
or d foct ol anyone present.
Never arr?Kt the attention of an acquaint
byatiuchj Speak to him.
Never punish your child for a fault to
wbich you are addictod yourself.
Never answer questions in general company
that, hitVQ been put to other?.
Never, when traveling abroad, ba over
boastful in praise of your own country.
Never lend an article you have borrowed
unless vou hnvo permission to do go.
Never call a hew acquaintance by the
cnns'iun raroe unless requested to do so
Nover attempt to draw tho attentiou of
the company Constantly upon yoursolf.
y-vr ecbibit anger, impatience or excite
mi nt when an accident bappene.
V ever pass bet wen two persons who aro
talking together, without an apology.
New MiMnery Good staple and fancy,
la large variety, Jnsl received, at Misa Carrlo
FenJorl'. Dr.w.mklng and trimming lu
the latest fliyl.
The trial of Stiellon for the cuUinfJ ot
Stnntoo, a few weeks elncn user Iberln, baa
been in progress eluco yesterday mornln?.
at this place before tr. Jatues Johnson.
James Bradhnw of Kiclilnau la employed ill
A "Grand Feast" will be gives at
QUI, ou the 4th Ol December. A grand tlm
' PIcasaat Uoant.
November J15.J373. ' '
the columns of the Banner lor items of in
terest from various sections ot tbo couuly. I
would just stale that the northern portion ot
our county la flourishing. "Unltod Suites
district court" In session, at Pleasant Mount
E-qr. Jas. Johnston presiding, also a publlo
Grand Feast" or pic uic dinner will be
givrn by the members ot Sand Hill Granga,
No. 401, on Thursday. Ujo, 4ih, 1873. Every
body and the rest of mankind are Invited,
particularly the Baxnbo. man.
: First Cut,
Oow to Improve a Town.
t that la ierUli
i'. tl c ioo, and
r: .csts. botb
j ', -'' I 'Tr.KTinef,
i u 6 removal.
fyi lor Use
X Cflois to
illtf to tbn iini.ht'i
I. V: tbs Mi.
tt tbe Lnx
souri Pacific to tij
legton road to the n
ibe Warsaw load uiie '
But Our prime tf ar i .
the Itict f leeurb e- br..
where tbe meiu i i .'
S nate w ill uot ; . ,VJ
miabmatio atmofpli1 '4.
son and so ati" u . ,
dtlia is upon
nnl fit, IKf nrlfla.!, ... -T
t.ir.ninn aa io nit ai.uii: .1 y m i uu wui
ir.g io donate to urv J' us. The peo
ple of Cuss com tv w f "r n aunosi io a
Unit. 11 tho border (' 1 r is burue by tbe
eitv neeivlne th t uoir v1 us near wnat
1 J removal ia
j V :.'.,. One
'! ,v-latum or
- pnse.l io the
fl ' H"n In Jeflur-
H i I'atti results
the edge of .J . ft '
sourso (be pr " ' I agaioH
emovat otih 1 f i 4 to attendant
e. That h ms ' J tf: duln to d;.
Prosperity cf 2 j souri.
emeu vu l's' Ji--Luuis
part ot the siata '.-itr
to the Goiioral o nii.
quarter ol Mut-'urt- 't; i.
inn testimony ns
.VHtiiDK tu every
crops l ave been
in moil quarters
toady sole lor
"! !! lor cash
n generally pre
.'l wheat has put
iketa of farmers.
;U roady sale and
lir in i very turi-.,
they have, been eic pli'.
of taim producM !..''
money. Tu ft-r-i er '-p
at much belter nun tfi
yailed, Whllo the 1
li.rgo amount into t
All kinds of a : f '
The tff.-otr V.ft.
good feeling l.t --si .v
erally A. tn'.r
seeking borne-' -.a
ule to the pr ; riw
Tbo municipal (I 1
very generally paid
whore tbls is not dor
and compronilte v
which will result sutlh
concerned. i ,
Tbe cities and Owns cf She state are grow
ing at a rate unprc :'- itod lit our bitory.
Every section ol the ' I has its cities which
possess the modern cha v nterisUei oi advsnce
niect and culture," ',
There are few lo velies where the public
school system' Las '.extended the benefl
cient gilt ol ed'1- ( y la every child end
youth ol aultttbio . , accept it. The col
liges aaii;,P',lv'" .n'iituttorm . of learning.
Wlilca are nuiiiii"'s ff ncrjrwonrs report-
November 25, '79.
Ed. Bakxiii: I have from various sources
that School Commissioner Baker keeps up a
mattering becsur-e Ism teaching nnder acer.
liflcate from bis rrediccpsor. I have know?
people to get rich by attending to their own
ti'igHines. if 1 do sometimes nsve my run
among my friend, 1 always try to nil my
place in the school room ns a prudent teacher
ret deccully before my scholars, and never
go wilh the seat of my pants out like Mr.
linker. From what I have heard from
Hickory Point dUtrlct, I think ho ourM to
go slow, and cot be trying to find fault with
olbor teachers. His course, tbe present year,
in. measuring' teachers by bis home spun
questions, has produced much dissatisfaction
aizainat him, and I feo in the Vindicator
that he cow aims to repair bis improper
course by using tho questions of the State
Siipt. next year. Had be only followed tbe
course pursued by his predecessor, by using
the text books in' examinations, instead of
bis borne spun questions, all teachers would
then have bad an equal show for certificates,
and such teachers as Lafayette Bacon and
others would not have been rlefoated
The course pursue by Mr. Bakor has so
lar placed every teacher nt bis merry, and
people and teachers aro getting very tired of
It, and I tbink they have cause to, and no
doubt this is the cause wbv he now changes
hU course In examinations for the next year.
If bia past eourso has been richt, it will he
wrnvs for him to change it, and If it has
been wrong bo ought to et ange it.
Tan's .7. Stanton,
Go there to make money. i- '
Make it Bttd keep It.
Don't lay out cent tor publlo improve
Discourage every new entorprlso and say
It will fail every time.
Veto down all propositions to build school
bouses and bridges and grado the streets and
all that. If you don't your tuxes will be
fifteen cents higher than they wero last yoar.
If you want any real estate lu town put
such figures on it that it will turn a pur
chaser's hair white the same day and make
him loavo town the next.
Don't advertise In your home ps per. If
you uo people win sua out where you are,
and coma and trade with you, aid you might
get a bogus ', DO cent piece tucka . cff on you
in the course of eight or ten years.
When farmers come to town have cattle In
the streets to eat up what they have In their
Lot bogs, horses and cattle have free run ; '
In tba streets all the year round. It looks so 'p
aoclablo like. V " ", "f ' ' "V ,
If yon have any bad roads leading out of
town Into the country don't fix (hem. If
y u do the farmers will all drive over them .''
and track them up. '; ;
Always make tbe half cent como on your .f-t
side. Ex. ':,
. '. f f
1 a ..
i i f iels Is to oauso a
i ,' rud proporty gun
! - :,f iio'iilgranls are
'iiivl ill contrib-
t ; ; areut.
, i f'nte are being
i nh pv. mptmrS, and
r t rr,i. ..f .(.llliimcii.
to.'i'y to tbe parties
ed In a state of is' si' i
This J ph"t -i l
the people ol M.sv
U-mpU'e with p'wi.
(Oed goveroiii'', t ov
a superior pop'.'' 1 !
and happy omi'H'i"
on so good louu :
rwion to ne.."'" '
double value 1 " '
now enl-iys. I
if. and one which
. i.itve a right to con
It is the fruition ot
'..voredj ouuatry and
toa this pionperity
' io piiiUw are based
1 bit there exists no
Wi.y will not Ions:
: f security leads
which our slate
An arenmont egaiu-t all laws for rcgolat
ing tbe rate of interest on money:
'Money is an universal commodity, and Is
as necensary o trade as fond is to life. Every
body must have it at what rate they can get
It. aod Invariably pay (Josr when It is scarce.
Vnn mav as naturally Lope to sot a fixed
rrica udxi tue u.o vf koi r ahlna aa n!
money. Those who will consider tbiuga be
yond their means will And that money, as
well as otner corrrnonnies, is mime io ine
same change and Inequality, and the rate of
money is no moro capable ot ocing regulated
tbnn tho price ot mna.
Let the treasury department famish the
noonln all the money they need at 8 per cent
on undoubted si enrity, end the thing will be
regulated. We aee no other means of pro
tection for tbe people against tbe sharks.
A Sunday-school paper lolls tbe following
"A certain can got mad at the editor and
stopped bis paper. Tbe next week ho sold
all his oorn at four easts botow the market
price; then his property was old for taxes
because re didn't read the sheriff's sales; he
lost $10 betting on Mollie McCsrty ten days
after Ten lirocck bad won tbe race; be was
arrested and fined $3 lor going buotmg on
Sunday, simply because be didn't knuw It
was Sunday) and he paid f t jO for a lot of
forged cotes that bad been advertised two
weeks and tbe public cautioned oot to nego
Hate them. He tbeu paid a big Irishman
with & foot like a derrick to kick him all the
way . to tbe newspaper oltlce, where he paid
four years subscription In advance, and mad
tbe editor sign an agreement to knock bliu
down aud rob him It be ever ordered ills pa
per itc-Pt'Cd S:n. IU.
Political Arrests la Iroland.
Lpnpom, Nov. 20. The. speeches for which
Micthiibl Daviit and Kellar were arrested In
Doubhti. and James 0-'y, editor oi lh Joa
uonght Telegraph, iu Cunle Bar, were made
at a meeting held on the 2nd insU atGurteen,'.
County Sligo. Tbe following placard has.
been posted in soverai places in uouuty mayo:
l o me peooie "i iyus . ' -
Fxllow fovsTayiaitN The hour ot trial . -f'v.
is coming. lour loaders are arrested, Davitt : .
and Dtly are in prison. Y ou know your !,': .
duty. Will you do lit Yes, you will;;;
I. . V. A .. .. . . .Ln,...,.... 1 I U
how the Government aud tbe world that .
vnur rights you win maintain to ine end.-
Rescue in the mightiness ol your number ;
and and liberty- Uud lave tbe people! 1
liallid Ballal Saturday nextl Saturday
All London morning Journals approve ot'-
the arreft, except the Daily News, wbicL
makes them the occasion for a silent partw
man attack. James 13. Kellar is a lawyer ano ;
lecturer on political economy. It Is believed '
tbe Irish afiaira were the subject of delibera.
lion at the last Cnbmet council.
Tbo Irish Nallonaliats, ol l'ensylvsnia, sr.
anxious to proceed at once to Canada to in
vade British Possessions, retaliation for th
arrest oi Divitt, Killen and Daly in Ireland.
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A CASAKD AkMKttT OF THREK LTNC1IS113. ,
OpecUl to tao Kanaaa City Times. J
Joi'Liw, Nov. 21. Dispatches have bee ;
received here asking tbe particulars ot th'
llnJing cf JcBie James, In a farm house uea '
bare. Tbe report Is untrue. If Kanaa;
City insists on tbo killing, losiog and flndin;
of Jesse James, tbe scene of action should b '
located neater to that town. ;
Collins, the man who was taken to th
woods yesterday at Short Creek and buo;
till neat ly doad will probably recover. Thre
lynchers bava Wn arrested. ( '
Judge Edwards claured the docket of tb
circuit court on Friday night and returned I
Jefferson City. The Judge has a most er,'
viable reputation behind him, having give
universal tutitfuatioo during the holding c
his first term ot court at this place. Boot
Tte receipts ol hogs ia Kansas City o
Wednesday were nearly 10,000 heal, tb
largeal numbsr on record lor a single day.
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