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Osaffo Yallcy Sanncr.
Tfenrsday, January 8, 1880.
LOCAL Ayi VRRSOXAL.
Seventh Cotigretdonal District.
To fill tits vacancy of A. M. Lay. 1
John F. Philips.
, 1 Votn lor Pbillpl and tbe people Interest.
, Six Greoiibaekors are sow canvassing for
O (o stylish Joe's buy your gondii and
yots (or Pblllpt.
A largo drove of hogt punil through
towu latt Tuotday.
K. K Eibnewen it a'crack'thoe mender,
giTe Mr. 8 E'secall.
Anchor Mills have loti of (lour and men)
sml ii snorting for Philips.
Dr. Bradlyfard hat hid sevore attack
of pnoumonla, I now better,
Democrats, Republicans and Green-
i trackers vote for Philips.
Tbrea prominent lVpublicani told ut
I lint Tuesday tiey wore lor .'Philips,
Jinny put the kettle on, we'll nil take
'J tea Hud vole lor 1'hilipi nut Saturday.
t Lock and , dam ths Osage rivsr, vote for
i Juo. F. Philips, ii xl Saturday, to help dam
' Gov. 'McClurg It a good mar; Capt
V Aldridge Is a good man, but Col. Philips it
S bettor lor Conors t.
,i Sam Hawkin made seven ballot boxe,
f ast Tuesday; and;; tlnHHe.Jll'uilips tevonly
; limes seven on e .ch box.
Augusta 1. Fjlsom want everybody to
rail; purchase goodt and vote at you plititri
jj Jacob Cotton hat a natural curiosity ol
a calf being bora without tall.
: Voten! Voters!! Vote in tha election
precinct where you rtuJei under ths hem
Dr. Medea attended to tbs births of
seven Boy children In tbs lest tan dayr; ibe
first (quail tbe Itf.le fellows iuvIh was Pblllpt.
Btb. .1 iol Cooper and Etq. Bunker ai d
Lwon Tbaeker, of Franklin townhlp gve
Ban.vkr ofllco a pleasant call laal Monday,
call again gentlemen.
Mr. L. M. Curren't and B. i). KoarV, 0
H.Iiiih lownabip clled on Ban.nbb :asi Mon
day, thev are hero et'ariduiq the achool con
vention, ail solid lor M..Guu"y.
Hj not allow the; Baby to lungulr-h and
ufTir, but um l)r Bull's Bbv Syrup and
Check iu suffering. Kor sale by all drug
gitU. Tries "i cents,
"When shall we three, meet again?'
never: never; Hag Bahy expires. Democra
cy takes Grant lu at the back door (N. .)
marches tip Nortb and embraces Republicani
over lbs blood chanu. Vols lor Pulllpt.
Applutoti tend round your agents, c lltct
in your tanipls books lor a second brat, on
tbe race track. If you base been mugginted
by "active, influential canvasteri," look out
next time for dough laces.
Tbe avenues 1,-adlng to an early grave
have olten been opened by Cough or Cold.
Thousands bava been lurid ai.d saved by Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup. It Is cbuap, only 25
cnuis a bottle,
Ra ly Boys ! Rilly !! 800,000 more. The
country is satti MrUutTiy it eles'.vd for the
nex.t Ave years, forty lor and thruu aKalt4l
Vot lor rhillj; .r: dt'uiday.
3 im'l O. Todd is the ; aen or O.m.
Grant's travtl a-ourd tbe world. Kverybody
i-honla have one. Or loava order at Bannkk
Where did Tony hide the wedge? Lck
in the scat of a couinilisionei's troaters,
wrapped In a (ireeo I.a( newspaper, old Me
llow. 1 tald "write that. down JosibIi." Mc-
i Oufley It elactcd. Vote lor Cul. Fhllipt next
i ' Saturday.
1 Mr. J. D. Welt., our enterprising black
rVitl) and wanon-oukiir, it now dolr an
:', utennlvo buslnurs; which ho U wall dosai y
t- , ing as he is one ol tbs betl Workman la ths
$ Don't be discouraged; a brighter day la
'! ; dawning, Uasga river rising; tttain b ats
! ' wblstllig; Anchor Mills suortini;; railroad
; cowing; To'egrapU llatliing Mhtulnc; Irn-
5 migration coming; C'apital and Lahon rs
I ' Oowing lor l'lillipe. Boon.! Boon II
Sam'l Norfolk of Pleasant Ml. it the
agent for tha 'HerbuliRt'' a look of over &C0
pages with 200 I. lustrations, giving tho med
ical propertiet of all plants, & ., & i. Call on
bin or lrf o orders at Baxnkk office, and get
a book that Will be a phy.lolnu in every lam-
Cien'l Grant hat gonn to Cuba. Annex
Sin Domingo, ilayli and Cuba to the United
Stales at Grant wasted. Vote for l'bilipt to
help take in these little slices for the accom-
.nodalion of our ebony complected Ladies
and Gonllemen. EmancipHllon, Emigration,
Free Transportation, Vote lor Philips.
"v There appsart to have bean an error in
the report of tbe il. E. Church concert, at
Iberia, at appeared In tbe Bsnnkr of week
btloca last. Tbe report said "vho cburcb
was free to Christians, dau thorn MetbodUts,
Baptists, &(,, when Dot occupied by tbe
ameluer band." W are mforu-ed it thoulil
have readi When not occupied by tba M. E.
Church. W obssrlu;ly maks the currcclico.
Tbs Otags It again in good boating order.
E. C. Bwalem Is onlilled to m"h pralss
for hts ' decided and potiliva porilloti In
fyor of MiOuflVy's pretent series tchoo
bjoks In our common tchoolx.
Tbe board called on h!tn, and bs gave
thorn a telling speech and squelched ths
twodlert. Did you ever as woimi
squirm lu hot ciuhart? Ak Swa'em Ii he
didn't give it to 'em,
r Ist of letters uncalled for remaining In
tha post olHce at TuHCilmhia, Mo., .tany. In,
IHciO, and which if not nnllod for within ono
month will be tint to ths Dead Letter ofllco
at Washington, I). C, v r.
MiM Win nay Armslroni;, Alexander Cohln,
James Colvln, Mrs. Becky Hunsucker,
James JI. Ivons, Tommlo Rjbbiim,
l'erions ra'ling lor any of the above will
plt-ane say they are advertised.
M. Lwim, P. M.
Mii.i.iniiit: No. 120 High St., JtlTerton
City, Miffi-s Ci.aiu Mo-Nio and A Lies
KkkvK4 havs purbaed the stock ot Millinery
goods of Mrr. Noland, and now bnvo a now
and fresh supply of tbe finest and laU-st Myl'-i
In tbe Millinery line. Persons Visiting t'.e
city w !l do well to call and examine t'jtlr
Urge and well selected ttocS before prschat
Irg. "We guarantee tatlhfactinn. rdert
from tha country promptly attended to.
f2.f. MoNNta A Rirvbs.
VCunv friends called Tuesday; among
tin in were Mrs .loklnli Goodman, Hin.
Aldridgo, Aa Btirlingame, Tall Woods, Ca:.
Horry, E. Atkinson, James II. Hasans, . I mS
Denton, Dr. J. A. Slven&, Jmes Ktter,
Prof. W.1. Lumpkin, Press Koark, Joel
Cooper, Judi;o lllmiu lined, Dr. Bandy, and
many other members of the jchool board
wbo we fnilod to it cord. Our thanks are due
the most ot the above gentlemen for renewal
of subscription and payment ofduot, &c.
Mr. Press Ware, a brother ot Capl.
Ware, was In town lust week, looking for tie
Umber. We escorted him through Otnge
and portions! of Jim Henry, sod sold him
several hundred acres of timbered land in
Osage, wlu-ro be will begin operations exten
sively In a short time. While on tbe trip we
wera pleatautly and borpltahly entortainod
by Mettrt Csl. Berrj ; W. Wetlock, James
D.inton anjjjutnra ry. Mr. Ware appear,
ed favorably ' liiipres-ed with his prospectt,
aud highly elat.-d with the n.uny romanco'
and Eints ot duer, turkey and other iiumcr-
oui wild sira,
Nul I OK Ol'.KlN AL sirrLhMKNT
At tba ntx'.term ol tba Probte Court o(
Miller Coun'.y, M l., lie hi l t the second
Monday In Ktihrur", I will maka
li ml ae'tlemenc ol lie enaiu ul Win. Ilaryev,
iiH.M. All riMililors au I others iniuraitted lu
S.lid 6taW tnka notice. f -
S. S. Palmkr A4a,r.
FINAL MUTLKMhNi' NO110E.
Notion i hi rby given thnt tin undnrdgn-
eil exreulor ! IQe.iHteol W Ilium Al. I opr,
ilrceased, wd: uik U:ml su'.tlerneut of Hie
buines of tnid vite at tba hVbrunrv ler
IsMJ id tho Probate Court of Miller county,
JAMK-l 'J II.Ml'-dX,
NOT1CK U? FINAL SE ITLEMENT.
At the next term ol tbe Probate Court of
Miller county. Mo., to ba hold tho second
Monday in February, lhriO, I will txiikc a final
settlement of tbe Mtalvoi A. M. Uiookman,
dee'd. All cr. duors and others laleresled In
tiid estate titke notice.
02 Amiikomc UnctK.MAN, Admr.
N'OllUnl UP FINAL SK til. KMfcNT.
At the next term of the Probite Court of
Milter county. Mo., to ba held tbe second
Monday in February, 180, l will make a floal
nutilniunut ol the astaui of A. D. Shipman,
inmor heir of tha esiuta ol John Brncknian,
Sr.. oec'J. Alt creditor! and others Inter
- 'd In taid esta'n take notice.
521 A Mimosa Bki-ckmas, Admr.
No ice it hereby given that I, tbs under
ignod administrator of toe estate of Cansada
Heiidor.on, lotcad to resign as said adui'r at
ihe next i rni ol the Probata Court ot Miller
Ciu ity. Mo., to he heltl on tha second Mon
day in February, 18.S0.
Lens Lkk, Adui'r.
1J. S. COOl'ER,
Calh orm v, SilSOt Kt,
Oilers no apology, but with confidence can
h, come mid be t'lod if yc tl w-llt
GOOD AND LUUABLK PICTURES
1 inuke any tize, from a Miniature to Lile
iil i, and all tba latest stylet at prices to suit
I off, r 3teat InduoemenU to families In large
pictures and frames. Copying old pictures a
rpecialit). Urirg or tend in your old pictures.
--BtiKlm-iioo guaranteed. Pictures taken tn
cloudy weather t w.-ll at In fair.
B. S. COOl'Ell, Arti t,
In front ol Court IIouss.l
Special attention given to Clocks and Watcbl
improperly handled by incompetent
All work and goodt lullv guaranteed,
tyfcPEC'l'ACLKd A SPECIALITY-
U'-ders promptly fltladand saialv vxkaU
for snliimer.t. ALU KxisGKK.
Wm. E. LURTUtJ.
Jim U'-nry Townthlp,
Ml'ler County M'tsouri.
Will attend to all octluett entrusted to
hi m prorupiiy.
CAL1 tOItlNI A.
it i ititr ii iiritir(
XV. I. I IA.1NI-KV, Proprietor.
M inofactirsr and delr in
Foreign and American
Turned Monuments, Tombstones, Tablets, A
I5T All order by Mail will Receive Prompt
Represented by J. Got.DK,
Stoves and Tinware,
Iron, bteet, Uorne-Shoe. A'ailti,
Thimble Skein, .
Hardware & 'Jullery, Hewing Machines and
Clockt, Wagon A Carriage Woodwork.
American, No. 6, 2 drawer, drop H $21 00
" " 1, " ' aiOt)
m j it 25 00
ginger, No. 3, 2 drawer, drop leaf...... 1300
New Ilotue, No. I, 3 drawer drop leaf 2u CO
Vititor, No. 2, 2 drawer, drop leaf 20C0
" " 0, 6 " " 21 CO
" Ti " 2J ' " 4 75
" 25 " 2" ' " o2"
nH ja 4i . 723
' a0 'M " " ........ 7 75
" :i " xi " " .... 8 00
:w jiti ' " moo
M - JS " " 1200
No pipe furnished at times price.
No. 21. takct 21 Inch, trim F.usb Irortl 00
i0, arj " " J 0 00
87, " 37 " 1100
I bava a full lineof Conking Stoves, and
prices rango Iroiu $1'J to $-10, all compltte.
My prices aia and ebU ba as low as thev can
be told 'wcxl ot St.. Loul. I haml'.a all the
leading Stoves, such as Favorite:, Standard,
General, Cturttr Oak, Chester Ccok, and
many others which I have not room to
Represante! by I). P. Moo nr..
BOOTS and SHOES.
Mtmitacturers and Dealort in
This being the only exclus;t Itoot and Shoe
eitHlllshment lit the city they can and do
sell goodt at St. Ioutt figures. Our
ttock is complete, in quality, sIkai
and prices, from the coartett
to tha fluext, all styles,
and perfect fit guaranteed or no sale.
Boots a n d Shoes,
of every description, always on band.
JgfOrdcrs promptly filled by tbe Tuscum
bi nd California duliy hack.
J. L. HAKE A CO?!
In front of Court nplits.'
T. B. ROBINSON,
Attorney at Law,
Tuscumhia, Ml iron ri.
Office at present In ths Court House.
Probata huiinnsr, Collections, Partitioning
Lands and Quieting Titles a Speciality.
Llare been Clerk ol the County and Circuit
Courts lor 12 years, am familiar with tha
Records, have the only AHSTIUCT OK
TITLES In '.be county. 'Charge reasonable.
Attorney at Law,
1.0 0!ee In the Court House
Wiirpraetlce hit profession in Miller and
K. P. NIJtDORr", M. J).,
Practicing Phytic'ma and Suroon,
Pleasant Farm, Missouri.
J. B. McGEB,
Physician, Surgeon and Aceouchuer,
Physician and Surgeon.
J. L. CONNER,
Physician and Surgeon,
O. W. SHKLTON.
Physician, Aceouchuer and Oftulltt,
Rocky Mount, M touri.
Special attention given to diseases of
Women and Children.
GEO. W. TREMA.1X,
Physician and Surgeoo, Oiullst and Aurist
P. O. Address, Tu'cumbla. Missouri.
Wm. 8. HELMS, M. D.
rhylician anil Surgeon.
Four miles Wslt of Mount Pieatant,
Respectfully tenders hit professional ser
vices to the proplo ol Miller county. Will
give especial attention to obttetrici and
diseasea of worn in and children.
Xotciry I'ubllo C Land Agent,
TERMS OP COURT:
CIRCUIT COURT: Meett fieeond Mondsvln
J-ehruary and SecondMonday ia September;
E. L. Fpwahdh, Judge.
COUNTY COURT: Meets First Mondav In
Fehruarv, May, Aogutt snd November;
W. R. H'hloill, presidintr j'istiee; Joitic
8. Jiiiik, lit district, liihAit Hkkd, 2nd
district, asfodnta jutt'Ces.
PROBATE COURT i Meets Second Mon
day tn Februnrv. Miy. August and Nov
ember, Jas. li. Todd, Judge,
St M 9
iuii " !
It w Xlns' nntl Emblems,
Democratic Principles, and the Interests of
the West and South.
A Journal for the Home Circle, tbe Oflico,
the Store and the Counting-Room.
Prosperity still attends tbe Mn-ortu Rk
I't iiLtCAX. Surviving lbs rnnlicttOt enemies
and the rivalry of cnmpelitorr, Its courecon
inuet onward and upward. Wholly un
catcbed, It hat paesed through wars, con
flagrations, eras ol business deprention, polit
li al proscription and period of public cor
ruption; and now It points to its past conser
vative, progreHnivu, honorable record as an
earnest of its lulu re. Plunderers, schemers,
d sturbers ot the peace.destroyers ol the good
name of the stare and their kind will bo lash
ed at heretofore. Those wbo aar.let to build
up, promote and advance the. commercial,
inannlacturing and agricultural u teremt of
tba Mlxgisa'ppi Valley will be applauded and
encouraged. Tne Kitl'WHMCAN will aim io
unify and make solid tlie pec:lut, not parti
san, objects tbat must hareatW engine the
attention ol the peoplb of the West and Soutb.
It will seek to allay sectional bittarnetr, in
slead of arraying soctlon ngainrt tecimu.
It will war against Radical ism of all torts,
holding that tba safest channel is between
tba eatremer. It will opposu Repudiation
and advocate Honesty in regard to debts.
It will favor a sound currency suflicielit for
the purposes of businen, and tutted alike to
tba debtor and creditor classes. It will stead
ily advocate attention by the general gov
ernment to tbe subject of laud and water
transportation, at leant to tbe point of equali
ty in behalf of his section with tha North
and East. In tbe Presidential canvass ot 18:0
It will support the nominees of the national
Democratic convention, confident that they
will be worthy; and with the same belief it
will promote tbe tuccett ol tbe Democratic
candidate for state, congressional and luoal
Thus, with a programme In accordance
with tba Qed principles ot years, and with
a mls:lon to inform, to educnte, tbe Ru t b
Ucax puts forth its Prospectus for IS SO,
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interested In tbe circulation of tound, con
servative Democratic views, and who appre
ciate a roliable,pains-taking Family Journal,
aro respectlully stked to exert themselves iu
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ALBANY, N. Y.
18S0 -t 1880
s r. louis.
The Gi.'-be DrvocnAT renews itt ola;mt to
popular lavor and patronage, with Increased
facilities lor gaining and retaining both, anil
with increased determination to more than
tedeera itt oft-made pledges to fill the full
measure of reasonable expectation at a polit
ical, lamlly and ireneml riewspiper.
Polliioally the GLORK-DauccRAT is recog.
nized from one end ol tbe country to tha
other as tba unflinching champion of that
Republicanism which camo into power in
timo to save the Union from destruction, and
hat siuce devoted all itt energies tn the pres
ervation Intact ol the fruits of tba war forced
upon ut by the rebels ot the South aided by
tbe Democrat! of the Nortb. We havo op
posed all forms ol compromise and concilia
icn that teomed to aim at a restoration to
power in this country of the men and tha
organ zttioa which involved uin the horror
ot civil war. Tne Democratic party it now
in tbe field for tbe ntxt Presidential election
witn the doeirinet of Stale rlijtitt and nullifi
cation eroDiMZined upon lt banner. If u
cetrt'ul, it wid mott assuredly carry out ila
pro in I be la n peal allClhe ingUlation. necei
tated by tbe warund itt results, and will in
augurate a policy which will encourage ami
assist another ut'etnpt at aeceon and re
bellion. Tbit it what tbe bosst of the ''Sollil
South" meant. There it tot orj.a antidote tor
a Solid Soutb and the untold wvils which it
threatmr, and tbar, is a SoliM North, ur.itnd
in a firm purpose to keep tl e political power
of the Na'.lon in tha section vvhicb sent forth
its loyal legions to crush rebellion and restore
tbe integrity of tbe Union. Ew tt havo un
mistakably pointed to Gen. U.VH. Grant at
tba ineviikbia candidate o tha R'epubllcan
party for tbitf great contest, Tln rfl, are oth
ers at worthy as be, but there teems o be no
man to certain to consolidate in h i fdvyer all
tne elements tt Stiecess. Hence, wabave
supported and urged his noruination, keeping
in view solely the welfare of tbe Uepub;.,u
party and tho best assuranco of ha tnunanh
iu 18S0. V
At a gonoral newspaper for the CoontinVg
room, toe Family aud the FirrBide, tbi
Globk Dkmccbat will keep abrca-t of iho
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lor tbe collection ot news are unsurpassed
either Eatt or West. We spare ua exponsa
to obtain Ihe lutest and most accurate intelli
gnco from all quarters by mail and telegraph
We have correspondents at all newt center
throughout tha ountry, and their full aod
Interesting chronicals ot events till how (tilth
luliy they perform tbe duties assigned to
tbem. Our Commercial Nuws is prepared
witn grt-nt care, and wa may sah ly cbaliengn
a comparison of this department ol tua
Uloiib-Dxmocba? with tbat of any other
newapaper iu mo country. Our aim is full
nest and accuracy, seeking to cover all sub-,
jectt ol general commerce, and to give the
latest inioruihtion and quotations at to efcch
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withiu Ilia roach ol every voter iu tno West
for tha campaign ol lbt we bava reduced its
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sixs aud qualnv, tbe cheapest newspaper in
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be dene. Diroctiont abould be made plainly,
giving njino of Pest Oriloe,' vluunty ana
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Addreal lettrt GLOBE PRIMTING
COMPANY, ST. LOUIS, MO.
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