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Osage Valley Wanner.
Thursday, Joiy 15, 1880.
Official Pptr f Miller founl.
A-FULKE HHON Sc HON-
Editor, Publisher dad Proprietors,
Juhliahed Every Thursday.
Per Xeart Jn Advance, $1.00.
not paid until thtsxplration of tb year $1.26
Offices On firt floor of Uaioolo and
Odd Fellows building.
GIN. WINPIELD 8. HANCOCK,
, FOR TICS PRESIDENT,
'1IIOM, T CIt TITS DISN
ot Johnson county.
. FOB C05GP.E33,
Subject to the action of Democratic Coo
ventlun Seventh Congressional District, '
Jao. P. Philips
fUR K&lLhQAD COMMISSIONER,
V. IS. HILIiBlt,
UK JEFFERSON CITY, MO.
Th German Is all the oltief are forming
J Uncock club.
Trb Grant tuen are coraposod of nerve and
a let I and will not be led by iwarmi of Tad'
poles nor Greon fi.es. They are for Un
Skda fci a Democrat; Hon. A. W. Anthony,
of Morgan county, will not b a candidal
lor Judga In the First District. Tblt leave
tb fluid dear for Judge 5. L. Edwards, who
has made a most excellent officer.
To oar partront and partisan friends. We
will y a few word; a have at all time
lnce conducting a public Journal endeavored
to run our psper In the latereit of the
people of Miller county, especially! and for
tb bentfH ot tbe Omro valley. W report
and Insert tbe proceeding of all political par
tie and religion creeds, so lr a we can, to
be on tbe tide of truth and honesty, la this
iMue our reader will see that there I a call
to organise Greenback clubl In each town
ship In the county. Alto, we have It from
good authority that the Republican Intend
holding delegated convention about the 15m
ol August to nominate lull ticket for conn'
ty office. Tbe Democrat we understand
will bold delegated convention tome time
the lat of August or first of September to
Now, a few word on the (ubject of run
ning three ticket. AU will readily admit
that tbe lutwe.t of one citizen will redo wo
to tbe Interest of another; nbeq State or
federal aid I given. All will admit that tb
people of Miller county have paid (heir pro
rata of the fctate Interest debt, in tb lat
twenty-five years, tbl Intereit debt meant,
nothing more nor let than, the bonded debt
of tb State, for the building Rillroada, that
other countie bay bad and are new re
ceiving all benefit from. The question pre
tent itielf to u In thl wiae, tuppoi that
Miller cocnty hat paid two thousaad dollars
per annum for twenty-five years, oa thl In
terett debt, which other counties have tbe
benefit of, It maket $50,000 that other conn
ttet Juttly owe Miller county, and It would
not be unreasonable to ask the legislature to
give totne relief to the people of Miller coun
ty, a tbl relief would com from all other
countie In the State pro rati. Suppose we
are rtprteeotad in the various olfloe by
Oreenbackert or Republicans: mUat would
be their Influence In case of an appeal for
such reiiei 1 U It likely to be granted, as If
the county had Democratic officers, who
would wield an InBaenoe with outside IriendsT
Let us lay dowa political Jobbery, and look
at business., In a business point. Tbe people
Of Miller eoooly want the beautiful Osage
river Improved. They want turn pike and
Kravll roads: they want school boues and
churches, tbey want bridge ever tha Otage
god other streams. Tbey want tin migration
of capital to erect manufacturing, they want
Immigration of solid faming, stock retting
and labor Injected In tr territory. Mew,
why our Greenback aad Republican blend
cannot see tbete matters as we do at our
tun i nolet, we caaaoi divine) only, that all
cannot aee alike.
We wilt aay further, that tbe columns of
tbe Bank it a are open for all parties to ap
pear and represent tbelr view oo the various
tubjocis should any office find a man that It
billing to lake bar in, candidates may feel at
borne in tt column ol Ik Baknbb, to let
their Pin Feather be known to. tbe public,
f nil In KUler Ccanty ,
We have frequently epokea ol tbe adapta
bility ol the soil and eHwataol Miller eouuty
tor Ua culture of all kind of fruits this year
there is a superabundance of ell; nUv and
lame or cultivated Tbe wild crab apple in
inaoypait of our county; the various kinds
ol wild grape: Walnuts, Hickory nuU, But
ter nuts, Hullo nuU, Suckle berryi, Black
and dew berries, in a word all kind of fruit
abound, su&eleat to make any one rich, wbo
would take. It upoa thews Ires to commence
harvesting and gathering men. la Mason,
wbea it rlpentt there are buudred OJ poor
cblUre and women, wbo could make a suf.
fcteocy to clothe and teed their famlllos by
Urjviog wbt natua bat provided, Py
inatteuilou and carelessness all this rich
harvest Is lost and many poor are thrown on
the public as paupers.
About town and oillet there are thousands
of poor, who live on the charities of the pub.
Ho from day to dayi If these bentyolent as
sociation would collect the poor and give
them employment In the way of collecting
tbl wild fruit; throw it in w re house for
tale, It would have a two fold beneficial re
lulti In tbe first place It would give employ
ment to the Idle and Inert subjects Of a neigh
borhood and secondly It would prevent this
dead beat, laay, loafing pauperism from be
log a eharge on tbe Industrious eltlien.
Nature bas provided fruits suflUient In Mil
ier county to feed and clothe double the
peurers wltbin ber limits if It was taken oars
of, and properly utilized. As to the cultivat
ed frulti there I not a county io tbe State
of Missouri that tan produce a richer, well
flavored and delicious Quality of apples,
peaches, pears, plums, grapesf In fact every
kind, we bave knowledge of a number of
orchards; for Instance there Is Eackerlah Bar
ton, Honey Wood, James Sailing, Jamee
Cotton, James Johnston, Dr.Tremaln and
many others we could mention, tha fruit in
t!s I equal to any in the State and as to
flavor aad richness: we are warranted in Hir
ing It will exoell any. All we want Is aa
united effort on tbe part of alt, to have ceo
vtal and population Immigrate to our oodnly
to initiate all three things and make the bills
and Valleys bloom and blosiom a a garden.
We are the advocate of a Oathollo church
la Tuscumbla; being such, we knew at th
time tbe proposition would meet with oppo
sltlon In a certain quarter. We still org
our good citizens to activity; we have found
four, wbo will give 26 dollars each and a few
other who will donate ten dollar each, we
will give too, pot only to the building of
Catholic church, but to any other church in
Tu scumble. If our proposition for a Oalho
lie church be so obnoxious to certain persons
we. aay, let the opposors oome to tbe front
and build a church of any othor deoomlna
tion; we bave ten dollar for tbat; yet, we
bold In reserve 10 for tbe Catholic.
Some hard-shell, mulo, cheek, Iocs; eared
psalm singer bsv'nt a soul burger than
mustard seed and consequently tbey can
see the point as we aee it. If our advocacy
of a Catholic churoh, will cms others to
bestir themselves to build one of other de
nominations, we will bave accomplished that
couch good. Now go In, we are for a Cath
But seven year ago every leading Repub
lican Journal was condemning, In unmeasured
terms, the great lalary grab, as it was then
Foremost In this work were tbe Kaw York
Tribune and tbe Cincinnati Commercial
Tbe latter Journal demanded tb reslgnatloa
of Gen Garfield as a member of the House
ed the interests or tfis rorjgifutebts?" "Wwn
then sentencing Garfield to a "uisgraoetu
obscurity." li pronounced him " marked
man." It doubted "whether the united in
fiueace of the press could save hloi." It
aunounced tbat be bad made his own bed
nd muit lie down upon it. As Gen, Oar-
field is now not only a member of Congress
but a Senator-elect and a candidate fur tb
Presidency, tb Commercial might demand
and obtain bia resignation as a member of the
House and the loss would aot be greatly felt
by the tnuoa-elecied and somewhat no ml Dat
The Commercial, it Is hoped. In aikiog Mr
Gartleld'e resignation will not give the rrason
It gtye seven years ag tor demanding lu
The Democratic convention for the nr ml
nation of a Judge of the Circuit court of this
(the First) circuit will be held at California,
Mo., August SO. Tbe counties will be en
titled to th following valet!
' Morgan 3.
Judge Kiwardr, tbe present inratobent,
and A. W. Anthony, ef Morgan county, are
the only candidate mantlooed.
Tub State Hoard or kquelictiion for tbe
attettmentof Ktllroad, Bridge and Tele
grapu property ; flit tbelr aggregate value
, Railroad property ,454.213 8a.
Tel-graph " ... V(nj767 00.
Bridge . . ............. I.IW.OOO.IU.
timCIS' TQ MWEM ARB fSEIl ZWS.
m act roa tb riubv or ma rirTKturra
A a it iTHBK-ra miuqusj cataibt
Be It enacted by the Senate and Hons of
Representative of tbe United Stale of
America in Congress assembled, bat the
proper accounting offioer ot the Treasury be,
and; ib.y hereby are, directed to pay bounty
to tbe anllitsd men of the Fiiueotb and
Hixueenth Missouri Cavalry Volut-taxr wbo
served during (he lata leeoluoo, a tallows,
Ta those wbo served the f'l period of ose
yr, or more, Uie sum, ol one hundred doi
lass; to those who served tbe full period ol
si A anooths, but less iban one year, the um
at sixty dollars and sixty -six oeutas to tUte
who served a but period then six months,
the sum of UiUVy-lttie dulUit and Uilrty
Biw.it. That In ease of tbe death of tbe
soldier, wbo U living would be eaiu led un
der the first eeviluo of this act, than tbe said
sum or tumt that would be due to. said sol
eUr it living shall be paid to hit widow: and
if there be oo widow, then to ba obtld or
ohUUrea; and If law be none, then to his
tuotber if She be a wldow And so ojucb
moony as may be nscesaary to carry this law
lulo goct i nerrby appropriated out oi any
money io Ike Xraeaury 031 titUerwute ap
propriated, Af projvd, June 10, ISS0. .
S1.30C1UT1C 1A83 CCCTISB.
Fannant to call, the Miller County Psmoo
racy held a mas meeting at the Court bouse
Saturday July 10.1), WQ, James Johnston
was oalled to tbe chair and W. M. Lumpkin
cbosen secretary. ,
On motion Almond Scott Esq., was elect
ed delegate to S'-ate Demotiratle Convention
and Ilirera Becd alternate.
Fbtllp Uauenstein and John J. Pittford
were chosen delegstes to the seveom Don-
gresslooal district Convention to be held at
JefiVrsoa City oa 18tb Aogutt, James
Johnston and James B. McGa altarnate.
Wm. K. Livingston and Jamea O. Black
burn were chosen delegates to nominating
Convention of first Judicial circuit to be held
at California on 30th August, J, L. Cu tu
rning! and B. W, Burrls alternate.
CjI. Falkeraon Introduced the following
Which wee adopted:
Besotted, Tbat It is tbe opinion of this
mass meeting that Hon. Tboroat T, UrltUti
den la tbe choice Ot the Damooracy of Miller
coouty for Governor of Missouri and tbat our
delegate to the Bute Convection be instraol
ed to Tote lor bin.
That our delcgstat to the Congressional
Conventlen are hereby luttructed to east the
vote of Miller Coaniy for lion. John F.
Philips for member of Congress seventh Con.
Tbat our delegate to Convention first Ju
dlcisl circuit, are Instructed to vote forjudge
G. L. Edwards for th Judgeship.
Tb mass meeting then proceeded to ex
press its prsleranoe. tor Skate effloers a
For Lieut. Gov. Hon. EL J. Spaunhort
riec, Stst, Jude Uollsday,
M Stat Treas.-Phll. . Chappell.
" S ate Auditor I. T, Clark.
Atty. Gen'l. 3. II. Owens.
K-g. LandsMr. Bradfleld.
11 Railroad Coin. W, K. Miller.
Philip F. Utuecateio Esq., offered the ftl
lowing which wet idopted:
Resolved, That this mass meeting beartl
ly endorse the action ot the Cincinnati Con
vexition in the nomination of Hancock and
English for Presldeat and Vice-Prtsident of
the United State.
Oa motion ordered tbat a copy of proceed'
logt be published In Osaq Vallhv Banher
Jamxs JoatieTOX, CbaJrman.
W. M, LoarKiv. Sml
Baneock'i Persoial Appearance.
Hmeock, in persoosi apoarance, la tal'
well-formed and veiy Landmine. His height
can-not ba less than six feet two Inches, am
be we'irhti fully 3(0 pounds. Ila will make
the finest looking President wbo ever sat I
the White, House, except, poslbly, Giorge
Washington. IIn form towers abve other
men, and be attract attention by his mere
look wherever ba goer. II t eja are blue
and bave a beoignaut aad mild eirressloo
and he Is courtesy Itsoll. II s is always max-
net!c, and draws men to him by bie klodneis
and gentle interest in their afla'rs.' His
spmpatblet are easily aroused, and he be
comes intensely concerned In tbe sorrows
and misfortune of others, ttrivlug in every
way te relieve them, as though their truullas
were bis own.
Hancock's kindness to bis subordinates
always won not only tbeir love but their con
fidence, and caused them to, rely on him as a
friend and commander. He gave a roan a
good opinion of himself and made each one
feel tbat he waa of moie importance than be
ever before suspected. It was this which
caused him to bave iucd power over bis
officers and men when In battle, and made
tbtut prefer rather to die than forfeit the
good opinion of their leader.
Beetinj if tit. Bspnbllcani.
The Republican County executive com
mittee ol Miller county met at the Court
House la Tuscombla on the &wh day of July,
1880, pursuant to the call ol the chairman of
said committee, when the following proceed
ing were had i
On motioD, Andrew Bear was appointed a
member ol said committee for Equality
Oo motion, i. B. Clark rat appointed sec
retary ot tba County executive committee.
It was ordered by tbe committee tbat the
Republican eandidate for representative end
candidate for the various eounty otfioort to
be voted for at tb next, November election,
be nominated by a delegated county conven
tion and tbat tbe basis ot repretebtstiun it
etch Towntbip la I uob convtation, tball be
on delegate for each twenty vote, and an
additional delegate for a fraction of ten or
more vote cast lu tuoh Township for Hon.
Q. A. Flnkelnberg for Governor In 1870.
On motioo tbe committee adjourned sub
ject to tbe call ol tht chairman.
W. T. Fbahkuv, Chairman,
Jobi, B. Clabk, See.
Front the Cincinnati Gazette, Republiean.
A correspondent wants the Gaaette U lei)
about Uea. Utococl'l eon nec lion with the
execution of Mrt. Surra tt, W hope our
Republican friend will descend to no low
Uel, tuoh at the Inquiry would indioate. In
search of mud to turow at the Demootatlo
candidate. Gen. Hantock Is a soldier, and
tbe duty of a eoldier Is to obey orders.
Jar. Surratt wat tried, eoavicted, and order
ed to be executed, and Gea. Hancock obeyed
oraVt. Had 4e relussd be would have aeaa
eoarUuaitUtled aivl prebably abut. Tbe two
Opposing candidate aland aa high In point
of character tbat mul will not ttlck in tills
campaign, and we are glad Oi It.
Pleiwat Bount, Ho.
July 13ih, m.
Editor I! a hssr, Dear Sin I understand
the Republican love feast aad consolidation
meeting in Turcumbla July Sth wat largely
attended aad waa a brilliant tuccett on a
mall scale. That the committee refuted to
admit soma of the best Republicans In tbe
eounty closed their doors against both
Bull's anil Bears.
First order of bualness was oalllng tha roll
of officers and members, which tbe secretary
proceeded to do. eight members responded
ae when their name were called; the next
thing In order wat the loltleUou of canui-
there being one penitent on the (tool
repentenoe (a young Lw Student and
aspirant to th office of Co. Assessor), be
was duely Initiated Into tba dark mysteries
Republicanism, I tblnk by the time the
penitent has patted a thorough examina
tion In the Republican party and taken a taw
more lessons In the Democratic and Green
back parlies be would make a suitable can
didate for assestori with his varied knowledge
of tbe political parlies Io which ba bst be
longed, he could undoubtedly make tbe
race wiia oredit to mm ten ana Honor to but
Rao Baby No, S.
Ban BeetlBf .
The National - back party of the sev
eral townships of Miller county, Mo., are
requested to meet on tbe 1st Saturday to
August for the purpose of organising club
and appointing obmmlllee to correspond
with Ibe Execotlre Committee of Silloe
township, by tee 9ud Saturday la August, ti
possible. W hereupon said committees will
call a county convention tr the purpose ot
pulling out a urnock utvt for the coun
ty. iy nrder of Kteeuttve Ixjmmltlee.
E G. MtLi.sa,
L. V. Atkim-ion,
UHYES8ITT OF WE STATE Cf EXStncai.
Columma, Boons CovMT.Mo., l
juivotn, i mo.
To tdb Ci-aa or tub M nana Co. Court:
Slnlt U rnv dutr to inform von tbst.
under tbe provlrlons of an Act ri tbe General
Assembly, approved April I, H'i, (vide See.
ion Aots, loia OP- 103-uu, aua nor. oiav.
1879, ttee. 727, 7ii. your county It entitled
tn aeon to Vie dopartnienta of the Slate
Unlvertltr at Columbia anil Knlla, during tbe
year ending July 1, IsWl, lour student',
between the age uf Sixteen and Twaotj-five
Undor the rules adopted by the Board ol
Curators, student "shall posses a good
moral character, aad shall past a satisfactory
examination lu orthography, re ding, writ
log, arilbmetlo and geography;" and must
pay tbe tees prescribed by said Ac, to-wil:
On matriculating, and entrance fo of ten
dollar, and contingent fee of five dol
l.r.. and a like eonlinaent fee at the begin
ning ol tbe aecood halt year, making the
whole annual charge twenty dollars; which
iioer aa rno dy Avanv mtcdxmt, except
regulany ordained mlnl.ters ot the gospel,
ri..n1FiBff tn anv ot tbe varloot religlout
denoiuinatloo in till stxt', and Indigent
f1r4-cniot-6r',i".,tv,'.l' wJfttu iSS
Kogtneenng, tha annual charge is forty dol
lars, each, Tbe tettlan ot all the di part
menu, under the presidency of Hsmuel S
Laws. LI, I)., will begin
ON THE SKCOND MONDAY (I3tb) OF
and will oontlnue until tk first Thursday of
June, 1WU except that of the School ol
Mines and Metallurgy at Roll, whico will
besin and end one week later.
Ample provision has been made for the
education and osra of young women In all
tbe clauses of the University, and a course of
studv specielly adapted rriem Has nn
sdopto. See catalogue 1S79 80 pages 68 to
60, 120 and 137. a girls' bom tor about
twenty boarders hat bet n provided, adj jln.
Ing the cempu, under the care ol tbe lady
Drlncinal. Mrs. Crr.
You will please, after giving two weeks'
publication to Ibis certificate, trausmll to me.
on or before Srptember 1st, a list of ibe
names of all tbe youth of your county who
intend to make spplcation fur entrance Into
tbe university at the commencement cl the
if such a list it not transmitted, students
from otber counties will be allowed to en
ter In lltu of those to which your eounty is
Hoard can be had In clubs In the college
bulldtagt for male student at $2.26 per
wk; lu private iemille at $3.00 to $1 60.
I am very resp'y, your orpllent terv'f,
BOBKhVF L. TQOD.
Bec'y Board Curators University of Mo.
Perrons desiring to enter tk State
University at Columbia or R ilia, are requir
ed to make known tbelr Intenlioa to me on
or before September 1, 18S&
Catalogues rf tbe Uotveraity can be had
on application to tbe University Llbrariaa,
Columbia, Mo., oral my office. ...
- J. B. Clabk,
Clerk County Court Miller County, Mo.
ISSUBB TtOl'B rBOl'BKTT AGAINIT DAXUXR.
The Girmto Insurance -Company of Free
port, HU wa cstablitbed in liiCS and la tated
as one ol the beet Insurance C'omptniet In
Amerioa, at they Insure principally Jlaolated
and Farm Property and take no large city
risks, thereby making it more tafe for the far
mer, there can be oo doubt at to their safety
and soundness and at tbelr premium tre to
light no farmer or peraons owning property
can eflbrd to carry tbelr own riaka, aetiher
should, they, when they can get tnsuxod with
a company who are ample able and iUable,
and do adjust tbelr losaet promptly.
B, Van BaTCKhat been appointed as their
agent lor S. W. Missouri and having a huge
experience inthe business Will write up your
application at time. Give bia a H elo
Jamet Cummlngt it telling In thl coun
ty Fotdt't patent window ventilator. It I
the oely netful araogemant of the kind wt
nave?cr teen.. A aample it attacked to a
window ol our cfico, wUlcb can be examined
by any one call' Dg. 1'. ItesproAallynecestaiy
for hslli, court house!:, iburvhea, tcbouis tnd
all residences, C'.f.
ORDkkR UF PUBLICATION.
All persons Interested In the estate of Mil
ton Banker, deoeaaed. are herebv notified
that a petition waa lied at the May term
1X80 ot Miller eounty Probate ooort by the .
administrator ol aaid estate praying for aa
order to sell lb real estate belonging to tba
estate of Milton Bunker, dee'd.
It I therefore ordered by the court that
unlet tbe contrary be shown oa the first day
ol the next terra of the Probate court of tbe
tald county of Miller to be begua cud held at
tbe Court House la the town of Tuaoombic,
oa the lad Monday In August, l.i), an
order will be made lor tbe sale ol the whole
or so much of said real estate aa will satisfy
tbe demands against said estate, lo-wltl
East pari south quarter of north eet quar
ter sootion 31. towntbip 41. range 16,30 sore
west part south east quarter of north wt
quarter section 81, township 41, range IS 30
acrssi north east quarter of southeast quar
ter section 31, towntbip 41, range 16, 40acre;
west half of soutbeaM quarter saotlon 91,
towntbip 41, range IS, bO aorei nortbmet
quarter of southwest quarter section tl,
towasblp 41, range IS, 40 aerc; south halt
ofsoulbvtsl quarter seotioo 31, township 41,
range 13, 80 anresi north half of north w-t
quarter amnion , towoshlp 41, range 13, 80
ros; in Miller county, Mo.
Jambs II. Todd,
Judge of Probate.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. S. Land-Opficb, Booiviu.i. Mo, 1
June 17lb, im. I
Notloe It hereby given tbat the followlug
named tattler bat filed notice el hit Intention
to make final prool In support ot bit claim,
and secure Seal entry thereof; and that aaid
proof will be made before tbe Clerk ol - tb
County Court of Miller county at bit office in
Tuscumbla, Mo., Ibe county seat ol ealtl
county oa Saturday tbe 31t day el July,
180. via: Joseph U Blapp, homestead entry
No. 681 A, tor tbe south ball of northwest or,
beetion 3. township. 41, range 13, and he
names tbe following witness to prove bia
continuous residence upon and cultivation ol,
aaid traot, via: Geo. A. Williams, T. N.
Robins, Ben). F. Sharp and Owen H. Farley
all of SU Ellaabetb, Miller Co., Mo.
Gustavs Rti.ua, Register.
NOTIUK OF FiaiAt, SKTIL1.MKNT.
Notice is hereby given to all creditor and
others inlereeUd in tbe at late ol Kits both
Lea, deo'd, that the andereignad admtnlstre-
-r intends making a nnal aeulemeot cl bia
Ministration on eeld estate at the August
'"raof tbe Probate Court ol Mil Ier county.
Mo. H te held at the court bouse la aaid
County -Tpmnnoing on tbe aecood Monday
of Augu Di iMO, where all parti a-
L T"5 m'IIhI tbey prefer thia
)Mth day ol Junv lK80 r r
W. Lxa, administrator.
ADMINISTRATE NOIICE. '
Notloe la hereby given s.
mlnttlrattonooUeautof T p .
dec'U. were granted to ibe eV-sad b
tne Probate Court of Miller e?iBM'
beaHnc dau June 29th, 1880, All7lJ"r
having elaims against said etuu are rV"
ed to exhibit them lor allowance within oC
year Irom tbe date of tald letters or tbey
may be precluded from any benefit of aaid
estate and if sncn claims oe aoi eibioued
wltbin two year from tbe dale ol said letter
they will be forever barred.
A. B. Ualb, administrator.
NOTICE OF WSISCOUPEtlTIOS.
ttottee i it r-'j('ven tbat tt the August
term lr0 of the Mtiler eounty court a pU
tion Ol the ciOifUt Mt, lieaaant wtll it
presented to tbe Uonora, Court preying lor
tbe dUlncorptratlon of ta QWa,
H. U BaoccsAN ana oUera.
STRAY NOTICE" "
Taken np by S. H. Bone and powm before
R. Ver Bryek J. P. In Equality tr,blp In
Miller county on tbe 19th day of May, fgsoi
the following described property, one dark
bay horse mule about 14 hand high, atpot
three year old, with a tear on the right
and rather an indittincl girth mark oa tha
left tine under the body aad tnpaissd at
($43.00) forty-five dollars by A. Fulkerson,
V. Cummlngt and R. Abbet.
R. Vkr Bbtcx J. P.
8prlBg flardei Semlaury, Siller C ,I.
The Annual Session of tb Spring Garden
School will commence oo or about Sept, t Jb,
18S0, and continue ten months For particu
lar addrtat SuTTtm & Molm, Lxust
Mound, Miller county. Mo.
Md In tbe U. 8. 8-rvice. LAW KX
IIIb;H JIJL.Y last. 'Mo,
iTOll AlUtllAItM. PK1N-
Hioxvst iMoriuAiii:i. rnmis-
an1t Ot pensioners ar rated to low. BOUN
TY AND NEW DISCHARGES PROCUR
ED, lorormatlon freely given, bend atampa
(or blank. Address.
STODDARD A CO.
Room 8 Bu Cloud Butldiag,
WasblDgtoa, D. C.
OALICXIUN I A.
W. l IIANDLKY, Proprietor.
Manuiaolurer and dealer in
Foreign and American
Turned Monument, Tombstones, Tablet, 4bu.
FiT All orders by Mall will Receive Prompt
Represented by J. Golmm,
A OKNTb WANTKD for tb
mjtlusirated Bible History
Tbe Best aod Raaleel Book to Sell.
1 10,000 oopie ordered In advance of puhU'a.
Tbl work contains aa Wie-culng aeeeank
of tbe greet events menttoaed to Ibe Old and
New Testsmenlt, Ike live cf the Patriarchs.
JnCges, kings and PTopbeU, Okrlat end
Ilia ikpoattlesa,and of in remarkable
women ana children raeatioeed to the Sacred
Volume. Illustrated With aVagact Stl
For descriptive Clrentars and terms apply to)
Tbb Eivujt Uxabt PcMuauiNa CoM
SC(l ", k 1 Four owu tnwn. Terms nd
v S outfit lite. Adarett H. Halibtt Co.