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T. 11. LANKFOUD ,J
R. N. REYNOLDS, '
Thursday, Feb. 31, 1878.
Dun. Vorheci is ready for
fijjht on the resumption bill.
ThiB is by far the most important
question now effecting the interest
of the people. The Banking and
Currency Committee are maturing
the bill presented liy Judge Buck nor
and will before long open the grout
battle in the Ilonge, on this perni
cious banking system, which bus
Hon. A. II. Stephens delivered done so much to dostroy the pros
an eulogy on the "lamonted" Presi- Pnty o! the country and rob Hon
est toil of its just rewards. There is
on this subject such a diversity of
opinion, and so many slight shades
of difference, that ought to be fully
harmonized preparatory to this com
ing content, that we at times find
ourselves sadly discouraged. On
the great question of issuing Treas
ury notes to take tho place of Nit
tional Hank circulation, almost ev
ery one will agree. On questions
Tho greenback and silver men ol "intcrconvertablo bonds and
held a monster meeting at Gilmore's "specio basis," thero is quite a dif-
ranlon. New York, on the evenintr forence of opinion. lhe bill as
of tho 18th inst.
Ben. Butler says the silver men
have a "giant's strength," and
should use it. Ben. is miahtly on
Wo notiice from the Knyetto Ad
vertiser, that Eev. J. C. Wills, Pres
ident of Central collcgo in that city,
died last week.
When a rascal tn tho South is
prosecuted for felony, Hayes & Co
call it political persecution. Galla
originally presented, provided for
issuing Treasury note., receivable
by tho Government lor all its dues
This, so far, is good ; but says the
specie basis advocates, these notes
must be payablo in specie, llus is
The Richmond Conservator favors not necessary. But they insist mat
the primary election evstem in the such notes will not b good unions
selection ol candidates for county backod by the proeiotw metals. If
officers. We think the suggestion you have the precious metals why
a "ood one. issue paper? Tho advocates of spe
pie husis. must also bo advocates of
speculations as to canaiuaics lor . , f Mr Calhoun said, in
congress ana county oil.ces begin ki f .,e bunk8 und tn6ir
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lu uc iiiuiuireu hi, uui no wo uuu i
expect "lightning to strike" us,
can afford to be easy.
management in 1837 :
shall bo construed to authorize the
payment in silver of certilicates of
deposit issue under the provision of
section 254 of the revised statutes.
Sec. 2. All acts and part ol acts
inconsistent with the provisions of
this act, nro hereby repealed.
Sec. 8. flint immediately.attor the
passage of this act, the President
shall invite the governments of the
countries comprising the Lutin
Union, so-called, and of such other
buropean nations as he may deem
advisable, to join us in s confer
ence to adopt a common ruuo oo
tween gold and silver, for the pur
pose ot establishing an enter nation
al uso of bi-metulio money, and se
curing the hxttv" of the relulivo val
ue between thoso metals; such a
conference to be held at such place
in hurope or in the United Mates,
at such lime, within six months, us
may be mutually agreed upon hy
the executives of the goverumoiiis
joining in the same. Vt nonevcr the
governments so united, or any tnreo
ot iliem, shall have sigmncu mur
willingness l unite in the suiue,'luo i
President shall by and with the ad-
vice and consent of the Sonato, ap
point throe commissioners who shall
attend such conference on behalf
of tho United States, and shall re
port the doings thereof to too 1 res
ident, who shall transmit tne sumo w
Congress. Said commissioners shall
each receive tho sum of two tliou.'
sand and five bundled dollars and
their reasonable expenses, to bo ap
proved by tho Secretary of State,
and tho amount necessary to pay
such compensation and exponses is
hereby appropriated out of any mo
noy in the treasury uot othewise ap
propriated. Sec. 4. That any holder of coin
authorized by this act may deposit
the same with tho Treasurer, or any
Assistant Treasurer of the United
"ALL FOR LOVE."
Two Young Ladies Indulge in a
Fight About a Drunke n Lover.
Itisnvcrv humili'.utinif thiner to supposed that they could retain
tho people that the convention of a their credit for a moment after they
fnrf or should nrove a severe person- ceased to bo
B - I
al affliction to the President and his
Cabinet. K. (!. Times.
States, in sums of not less than ten
ocimiij; Buiu """ dollars, and receive theretor cerun
The working men and mechanics
of tho East must cut looso from the
bondholders and national bankers,
for they are the most exacting mas-
tors and deepest dyed ol all the
Shylocks in tho laud. Gallatin
eatcs therefor of not less than ten
dollars each, corresponding with the
1,1. ir.i tl.n i denominations ot Liuteu oiawo
.,nm Tito m.in H . lWul I (! ftT (IT
metals on demand.- Ana ays, !...,, be
all this was a great dotusion. i r0(uincd in the treasury for the pay-
North Carolina issued a largo ! merit of the sumo on demand. Said
amount of paper which was made, certificates shall be recievablo lor
receivable in dues to her: it was al- c.iaioms, taxes a m uu puu-.w
' ntif tilw.a. an nomtratl mtiV
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so maue a legui-iuiiuur. .nml
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large amount, say ueiwee.i lour ...u : . ,he 81,vor bi ft3 u
Tho Globe-Democrat with mali
cious frankness admits that tho visi
ting statesman "speak like men who
are afraid of being drawn into tho
thin thomsv-lves." Tho'thing" al
luded to is tho Louisiana penitenti
ary. K. C. Times.
The Chillicotho Constitution has
exocuted a "right about" on the
money question. Awhile ago it was
for bard money ; now it is a straight
out greenback organ. What pros
pective Congressional candidate is
shaping the Constitution's course?
Take away the ensanguined gap
ment. Tho Legislature (Democrat
e), of Mississippi, resolves to cti
dorso the 'action of Bruce, colored
Republican Sonator from that Stalo,
and denounces the course of Lumar,
white Democrat. Still, Sherman do
t-laros that Anderson, of Returning
Board notoriety, is innocent.
five hundred thousand dulIiiM, "
and continued to circulate for more
than twenty years at par with gold
anu silver, uuniig iu lar and '
with no other advantage man ocing . , ,
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rUCCIWU 111 UIU lOUIIU'.D U lUVj
State." Mr. Calhoun said in this
same speech that when tho metals
became insufficient for circulation,
thoy wcro insufficient for tho basis
of banking operations. We believo
that tho issue of whatevor currency
may bo necessaay by tho govern
ment, and in whatover amount may
bo necessary for a healthy commer
cial business, and muko it receivable
for all purposes, will give more ro-
lief to the depressed condition of
tho country than anything that Con
gress could do at present. Tho re
sumption advocates meet us with the
passed tho Soimto. Tho amend
meiits to tho lioiu bill are objec
tionable. We wan: the .". d'
rant its coinages i - free .-
The llouso will likely
not concur in thcamuiidmenis made
by tho Senate. If silver is to be
used as money, let no discrimina
tions be nwde against it.
From the St. Joe Gazette.
A certain young lady in this city
has a beau and unliko most of the
fair ones, she has only the one.
So a fow days ago a rival stepped
into tho field, in the shape and form
of a second young lady. Lady
number one. however, seemed to be
tho favored ono, for after a short
tune it appears that number two
had been entirely boosted from the
bymeniul trackknumbor one win
ning, it appears, having had two
visits to her rival's one. B ut as love
never can be quited, number two
sturto i to see her rival the other
day, with the startling announce
ment to reveal that the gonli' inan
m 'lii'ttion 'Ira ik, ay, got 'icau
drunk. Ot course this accusa lion
was met by numbor one with a flat
denial. Then a question of right
arose and number two firmly said,
"I do not euro ; I would net have a
follow that drank." "Ho don,t
drink," said number one.
"He does," said number two.
They carried on this frightful
war of words for a few minutes,
when number one called number
two a liar. N umber two stood and
looked for a soco nd, and then
pealing her cloak and snatching
off her hat and rolling np her cuffs
she yelled, "I don,t tako that from
no girl." She made a pass at number
ono, hitting her fair on the left car.
Number one returned tho salute
with a well directed grab at number
two's waterfall, which, yielding
to the pressure, fell to the floor,
ibis enraged number two more
than ever, and she sprang up in
tho air, shut her teeth and hissed.
"I'll Idar you into ribbons." Sho
mado a rush at number one and
caught her by the bustle, tearing that
appendage out by the roots. Porlu
natoly the mother ot one of tho
ladies Bteppod into tho room and
stopped further hostilities. The
two bolligeioiits 1'0'f.eO as if iney
'.ad beon struc;; ,by lightning.
A'hoti they parted .hoy isoed all
No portion of tho continent of
America presents so much of grand
eur, beauty and marvelous interest
to tho Tourist ns the famous Rocky
Mountain region of Eastern Colora
do, in tho vicinity of tho beautiful
City of Denver. The mngnificonce
of the mountain scenery is equaled
only by that of Switzerland, and
many Tourists from abroad have
pronounced Colorado scenery suf e
rior to even that of the Alps- The
popular resorts in the mountains,
famed alike for their grand surround
ings and their magical wators, are
daily becoming recognizod as the
most delightful in America for ei
ther health or recreation. Hun
dreds of people, tired of the resorts
of the East, are going to spend th
r-fnininr in the grand old Rocky
Mountains ninid its charming parks,
majoetic snow-clad peaks, grand ca
nons, clear sky and magic almost
phore. Tho popular Kansas PAcir
ic Railway, with its stool rails and
automatic air brakes, is the favorite
Tourist Route, and the only lino run
ning Pullman cars from Kansas City
to Denver. Low round trip rates
from all Eastern cities. Descriptive
Tourist Circulars, Maps and Guides
sent free, upon application to tho
General Passenger Agent Kansas
Pacific Railway, Kansas City, Mo
ATTAINED AT LAST!
A TRIAL will INBORt ITS POPUkAKITI
Neatsf oot . Oil
Pare imported Fronch Brandy,
Our Whiskies Apple and Peach Bran,
(llfg were bought direct from the dis
tillery Id Tennessee, and are strictly
CALL, AND SEE US
Our Prices Are Down to the Bed
IMMENSE BTOCK OF
Cook toves I
IMMENSE STOCK OT
ar lor Stoves
Immense Stock of Tin,' Copper
And Sheet Iron Wart.
ICHOIC A ELEGANT PARLOA IET I
CHOICE A ELEGAX1
CHOICE & ELEGANT
of every description. In faefwt
have the largest and most
complete stock of
HOUSB FURBISHING GOOD!-
In the City, all at Rock Bottom
Prices, below all competition.
South Side Public 8quar,
llayes'and his friends now com
plain bitterly that tho Louisiana
Democrats are not "living up to
their contract" when they persist
in prosecuting and convicting the
Bet irning Board forgers. And yet
they havejbeen telling us all along
that there was no contract, and that
Hayes merely did his duty undor the
law. K. C. Times.
IS MIEUMAX MAD?
Question Stated bg Wis Ue-
From the New York Herald.
Among tho many extraordinary
things in tho politics of lhe last year
and a half perhaps the most extraor
dinary of all is tho attitude in which
President Hayes' Secotury !of tho
Treasury has put himsolf toward
tin, nrosecution of tbo member of
DUiiiutiuii v wvmvo imvk uu itihi tuv , j. ,
scarecrow of inflation, and that Con- the l'?10" J'ft violation
.' . . Louisiana. What great violation
gress should not to permitted to'collI(i ti10ve bo of official docorum
regulate the volume of currency. If j tnan for a high officer of the fedoral
this be correct, why are they willing government to intrude his opinion
that Congress Bhall contract the cur
rency 1 Is not the very sarao prin
ciple involved? Wo do not oppose
tho metals as money, never did, but
on the continry believo that gold
and silver should be used as money,
but not as the exclusive basis on
which to issue currency. If tho en-
in a criminal inai uuriug u
rross beforo a regularly constituted
i.iriu.ini irilmnal in a Slate? By what
in w hi wnat usaao.or wmiv uiwi
ofproprioty can the sfang" cou-so "f
what conceivable warrant can ho, a
mere outsider, a more lookor-on
from a distance, assume to decide
thatalcL'al nrosocution in a Slate
tiro currency of this country was in 'court against a man charged with a
What next? It is reported now
that New York wants a bill passed
to allow their Board of Immigra
tion to eo Hett a fee of $1.50 on each
immigrant that arrives al that port.
Not satisfied with a prohibitive tariff
on goods, they want a tariff also on
the poor loreitmer who seeks our
shores to better his condition.
The Constitution wants the Tri
bune to confess lis financial sins,
Why don't you do so, Brother Dor-
sey ? The Crisis will give oat the
song to be ssed on the occasion :
"Is there, kind Heaven, no constat
cjmmon; do stead last trutb, no
generous fixed affection, that can
bear up against a selfish world ?"
The N. Y. Tribune and Secretary
Sherman are authority for the state
ment that Judge Whitaker, of
Anderson trial notoriety, "when
Sub-Treasurer of Now Orleans, swin
died the government out of thrco,
quarters of a million dollars." As
Whitaker was Sub-Treasnrer while
the .Republicans had everything
ineirowo wsy, and while Sherman
asehairman of Finance Committees
was- running the public treasury
whose fault is it that Whitaker is
the form of treasury notes, reeeiva
bio for all purposes, and silver was
rcmonetized, tho value of the three
--gold, silver and paper, would be
so near equal that we would have
all threo in circulation in business
transactions, Some would say this
was resumption. Not by any means;
this is just tho kind of resumption
wo want, but it is not tho resump
tion contemplated in our present
The Silver Bill.
Be it enacted, etc., That there
shall be coined at tho several minis
of the United States, silver dollars
of the weight of four hundred and
twelve and a half rains (Troy) of
standard silver, as provided in tho
act of January 18, 1807, on which
shall be the devices and superscrip
tions provided by said act; whii-h
coins, together with all silver dol
lars heretofore coined by the United
States, of like weight and fineness,
shall be a legal-tender at their nom
inal value for all debts and dues,
public and private, except where
otherwise expressly stipulated in
tho contract; and the Secretary of
tno treasury is authorized and di
rected to purchnse, from tune to
timo, silver bullion, at the market
price thoreof, of not less than 2.-
000,000 worth per month, nor more
than $4,000,000 worth per month,
anii cause tne samo to be coined
monthly, as fast as so purchased, in
to such dollars; and a sum sufficient
to carry out the forgoing provision
oi tins act is nereoy appropriated
judging crimnals instead of being
in the penitentiary himself? Why
did Sherman keep that defalcation I Sain or seignorago arising from this
r I AfkinflfrA aliull ln annniiln.l J
indignation on tho subject till his
folony is an outrage upon justice r
How did it become the business of
Secroctary Shormnn any more than
it is tho business of any olhor 'ilizen
of tho United Stales who is not
a residont of Louisiana ? .vince
when did the administration
ofjusticeina Stato fall under the
supervision of a federal Cabinet
officer and bocomo subject to his
review ? What la makes him an
appellato tribunal to set aside the
verdict of a Stalo jury and reverse
the judgement of a State court ?
While the trial of Anderson was in
progress Secretary Sherman, Stan
cv Matthews. Mr. Garfield and oth
er "visiting statesmen" sent hiin a
lolpornm dcclarinir thoir belief in
his innocence, tellinc him that he
was "falsely accused und maliciously
persecuted." tendering him thoir
"earnest sympathies" and deploring
the "revival ot sectional animosi
ties." This was an unseemly and
scandalous proceeding, even on the
hypothesis that Anuorson is iiumj
cent. It was the expression of an
oiiinion in advance of the trial an
in iirnnrnnno ot the cvidenco to bo
presented in court. But as if this
gross breach of docorum were not
enough, TMr. !ihoi 'TiMi puonciy uu-
nouncesthe vi-ranil "d u i'os in.
judge alter tho trial s over. Then
has novir bo.m anything like it oithei
in tho history of our politics or
the history of our jurisprudence.
Last week we gave our readers
the letter sonl by Sherman and his
co-workers, in the Louisiana: elec
tion matter. We give this week
extracts from various papers, show
ing the popular feeling on that sub'
Old il on T.ound Oonciny.
Old Si read an article on the "dance
of death," otherwiso tho waltz, and
"Dey's kickin' up er moughty rum
pus 'bout or Iittlo swingin' o' cor
ners in dis country."
"Well, what is tho matter now ?
"All dis hyar hoorah 'bout folks
pattin' juba an ' sasshayin' 'round
now whar's do harm in dat ?"
"Why, they say it is unhealthy
"Yes, Iseos dat; but ar' hit on
healthy when er olo 'oinan walzes
'round at er camp-meetin' wid fo'
presiden' elders exorcisin' dur mus
sel trym' tor hold hor on the
"That is not the quoslion."
"Dat'sdo tuoi bin I's pnltii : .' n'
I wasts .er no' of iiit -mail 1, -v uo
parson tor put bis arm 'round do
gals an' go in washin wid 'em at
dese big creek baptism's ?"
"Are you in favor of waltzing,
and balls, and such unchristianlikn
"I ain't noidor 'gin ncr for hit, dat
I kuo's on, but my flat form on dat
is dis: Ef folks 'II keep dere boys
out of dese groceries and billyard
shops, and dere gals offon de streets
so much, but make 'ora stay at homo,
work for dero brd, prance 'round
in dero parlor cz much ez day plocze,
and not shout 'glory halloloo' toll
doy moans hil, dar '11 boabigenfla
abun in religion in dis country 'fore
long. Yor hcah mo !"
rasas ma &
When onoe used vlll rttein Us
773 EXCHANGE MACHETES.
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) CLEVELAND, 0
IRON AND NAILS.
WAGON AND CARRIAGE
Agricultural Implement, de.
He keeps the largest stock of the tbore
goods In North Missouri, and sella them
at tne Trj lowest prices.
East Side Public Square,
THE PARKER GUN.
SEND STAMP FOR CIRCULAR
TERR1LL A GRIFFITH,
STOVES 1 1
We keep constantly on haDd the largtit
tnd best assortment of Cook Stovei lm
the city, which we will sell
BBLOW ROCK-BOTTOM TRICKS.
We would call eipectal atteiUon to tks
great bargains, "Excelsior Cook"
WX. McILIYRATE A COS.
Books, Papers, Envelopes,
POCKET BOOKS, POCKET KNIVES,
Chromoj, Toilkt Soaps and Wall Pa-
East Side Public Square,
Lamar of Mississippi,
Tbts Senator stands out on the sil
ver question and still asserts bis de
termination to vote against the
Bland bill, after the Legislature of
his State has passed a resolution, in
structing him to vote for the bill.
If ho can't conscientiously carry out
the wish of his rons'ituouts, he
should have tho manliness to resign
Iriond Anderson was convicted of
forgery ? Those questions are not
very respectful to Mr. Shormnn,
but they will suggest themselves to
the common miod. . C. Times.
out oi any money in the treasury t It win be observed that Shor
no otherwise appropnated, and any pn -. . mmrovei hv
some of the leading Republican pa
pers. The effort to revive the old
paid into the treasury as provided
lor under the existing laws relative
to subsidiary coinuge: Provided,
that the amount of money nt any
one tine invested in such bullion,
sectional foeling over this Louisiana
trial will be a signal failure. And
tbo action ot Secretary Sherman iiu
exclusive of such resulting coin' Iplaeod th present Administration
shall not exceed (5,000,000: Pro-, in a very questionable position be
videdfurthur, thai nothing in this net 1 fore the country.
Politically the Bland bill should
be entitled, "An & -t to dojtroy tho
Republican ptrty." Naw York Tri-
tforo tl a. the o:y reason why
tl o Bland bill shouiu pass, v. n would
still favor it. Jeff. City Tribune.
Certainly, that's corroct. Wo
The President to-day, to a friend
expressed much displeasure at the
stateinunt ot Secretary Sherman on
Louisiana affairs. A dispatch from
Kicholls to the President disproves
the alligation their made that Judge
Whitaker, who is trying tbo Return
ing Board, cases, was guilty of
corruption. It is slated ihut this
was by ono of his prodooossors.
This statement is regarded as put
ting tho Cabinet in an awkward po
sion. Globe Democrat.
Havo you paid you subscription ?
Northeast Corner, Publio
Square, Chillicothe, Missouri
Thoy will give the highost market
prico tor it, and sell you goods
at the lowest pricos.
They carry the
Best stock of
in town and
SELL THE CHEAPEST.
CALL & SEE THEM,
It mill flo iju no harm to take a
lent, 'trough their stock.
Reoolve Hlcheot Honor9 con
ferred at Centennial.
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TABLE CUTLERl', BIBD CAGES
AXD 1FOOEEX WARE.
In short, we keen a fall assortment af
all goods kept in such a house.
All Below Bed-Rock Price.
Job'work done.to order on' short no
Itice. Call at the Stove SIcit,ScutU Lo-"
cust Street, West side, Chiliie'othe.
TKIUULL & GRIFflTH.
Vulcasizrd KubdrkJin EVKiiy Conceiv.
able Form aoapteoIto Universal Una.
Any Article tnder Four Poiinda Weight
I an kc Senlbyj.nall.
WFVD 1D WATER-Pnoor
garments ia specelalty. Our Cloth Sur
face Coat combine Two Garments la
one. For stormy wenther it is Perfect
Water-proof, and.lniiij weather a
SEAT AXD TIDV , OVERCOAT.
By a peculiar process, the rubber Is
pnt between the two, cloth surfaces,
which prevents Smelling or Slicking,
even In the hottest climates . They are
made In three colors Blue Black and
ABE LIGHT, PORTABLE
STROXU AXD D URABLE .
We are now offurlug them . at the ex
tremely low price of Ten Dollars each.
Sent post-paid to any address upon re
ceipt of price.
When ordering, state sUe around chest,
Reliabla parties desiring; to "sell our
goods, can send for our: Trade Journal,
giving description or our leading articles,
Be sure and get the original Good
year'n SteamVulcanlzed fabrics.
f&.Sead for illustrated price-list of
our Celebrated rocket Gymnasium. Ad
Goodykak's Rubukr CunLEB Co.,
729 Broadway, New York City.
P. O. Box, 6,100 n2S-ly.
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