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TUSCUMBIA. MILLER COUNTY, MISSOURI THURSDAY. JANUARY 30.1879.
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Otaco Taller Daiinc.
C2cUI Paper tf Miller CohhJ.
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U not ptld nbtil th ciplrAUon of the ymr l.M
Offlrar On flrsl loor of Kuoila tod
Odd FU"wi bnildinpr.
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4A KSOJI I. HMtTH
Rliu-rol Lvndl J A. K. M HKNUV.
fi jp't Pttblle ItiUotUn ft. I). MlAMioN
TMVwi JOHN WiHKSRY
KtiM Yf WARW1C1 Hur- H.
Mil Y-rt THUS. A. HUKHW(M)l)
mVuii . . - K.fl. NOliTON.
DrontKtlii HAM h T HARniSON.
Circuit CotMt ClirX - JOKL B. I.KK
8hnff Coll-Cof. riSt'KNRY fi. MUXtK
ProeaUi Ja.w. Tr,f J AS H. TODD,
ProMautU Alt' K.O. isWALKM.
S.ryor - . II 8 HLMM.INWAMK
bco.i ComalNtnocr W. M. LUMPKIN
Cvroar ... s. t. UiCKMaN.
FOB EQUALITY TOWNSim'j
Juttlo ol the Pmc Awsaoaa BocKim.
Ctntbl J. N. toorr.
PoVfOr ddrwtt, Tutoumhl.
TKU9 Or IOUU1:
CiUCOlT COUBTi Mmm rourlh Moedky is
M rrk mj rtirU Mbdjr ta tfaulaiatH-r,
' O. W. MfLLIB. Jttdga. .
COUNTY COURT:, Mwu Ftnt Monday la
fatiritarv. May,' Au(Ut Ad Nnvamrx n
W.U. Wmorr. prrtidi Jjiih; John
8. Jobs, lt ditrio', llihaM RD, iad
. diUnl, a-oo'KVi J'C.
t'KOBATK OO JBTi H-U Hecond M n
day to Pbr (. H y. Augutt and
atnbr. J1. 1L Twun J idr .
M B Churci f tocumbia 3rd 8un.i, Morn
lu( and ctanlng, and utuaily vu UtA'f '(
'J. M. Uaov, pwtor.
If. S. Cburvb alL PtaaM, af 4 o'clock
r. m. on Us I id aait 4;b tfuuday. Kv
M. It. Caurch Ibrl, Jid S iiuUy, aiorolD(t
and avaaln, J. M. UBv, paaiur.
CHRISTIAN Courcb Tucuir.U. 4 a I. .rd'i
day, noruniK and avaolo, W. 1. Do mar
WRIG1IT.8 Sohool houa, naat Lltlla Sallrc
lit and" Ird I-irrl' data. J. H. 1 T.jui.or
OftjUia lataad L. K. MallMi m tl 3rd.
8PRINO OARUKN, 4.b L rd't dar, W. F
SALfM Church, on 4 h L rd'day, 11 o.clock
a ai. 5m'l Uutoaat, pa-wf .
BAPTIST F tha ear commanelna; Bapi.
1877. Tb4 Una of mmtinK -rnae'l church lb
I hit AatoclaUoa I ruid tr 8 tur Jy. ,
UNIOX Chir-HHiii 4 b Saturday la act
fetaiu. J. M Qibb m d.
KIQ RICH WOOD!) CSu-h omU 3- '
Stturdav la aacli tu-iulh, 8. O. Burka, mol.,
Tboa. altntaant. O'ara . ,
LITTLE BI011WJ0DH 0-"irjh-rtt ad
, ba'y In acb mi tu. J M. lltbb., mnd.
PLSASANT POINT Church roaatt lt
B4ur1k)r Kid. Joan Smith, mod.
WKT OLA7.K? Church niMU lit Siturday
J. JL Hilbba, mod. '
CHAVES HILL Cbureb maetiSod fiat'y
M pattor. '
HEW SALEM CUuroh meet 4th Saturday,
Eld. Duncan, aiud.
SABBATH School, at Hi. PlaaiaM. 3
eioct p. m.;ayeryauoday, U. II. Amtln,
ar Klr Ataodatlon lllmtwlib
L tia BlobwoiMU Cnurcb, Mlllir county, !
wait ol Ibaria. o Thurtdar hf..ra lh
tt Scurday In ttplnbwr, 1879 8. O
Uerki, M.Kl. W U. MiCubblM, Ork.
:TbnM R A. ChaDtw Nn. 87,
A. Chaptsr N.
A. f A. M , tnaat at tbair halt th a Second
oiiurday altar lull uionn aih mmith.
.' U. UaaDLrvaao, H. F.
. yr. n. Haumtain, bao'y.
I?C,""!'1 Iodic No. 487, A. F. A A. M
aurday oo or bclora Mi bdood lb
Bramlay. U. 1) A. F. A A. M.. bold rV.
J"ar- communication (Jatuiday i.lttoa or
iter lull moon lu aach month.
r a f 1 COMMklt, W. M,
' J. O. O. jM : '
rv .'. . uuunoia, iiOoe,i.
' Ho" rulr m;ln)ra amy
adwajr yooiag, 7 i.'ciock i, m.
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'barta L-jihru. N sun i t n u - . .
rlf e.ii. municatio., if.iu.day ra
is!..- iu Latcukm N. O.
IV SVkfrto, i
AXTOtlNIi r AT LAW,
EeU tiU wd CUim Agoit.
, Tutrambla ti.
, ; T. JBt Rolai6a, '
ATXOIEfrlKY A.T IJAir.
, (0f8e at prawnt la tha OourtHout.!
Probata hu. I !, Cjllotln, PartUloalnc
i(W ana 1401mm iurt a opociaiay,
Ka braa Olwk of tha County and Circuit
Court lor It roar, am laroWUr with tba
b.wdib riavw ib ooly ABSTRACT OF
TITLES la tba anuply. Charge tvaannabt.
ATTO HNKY A.'V XaA VF.
X'!'wti-bliLprofaaiioia Killer and
ATTOimkY A.T Xjh.W.
All bilnM Intruatod to hie eara
promptly aad laithlully atteadad to.
- ImUb LilchfE, '
Attorney.at Law, vKutary Pnblio aad
Iberia, Mo.' .
Will practice hit prolbHlon ia Miller aod
aoi nirT entiua., ,
Attorney -at- Law,
' ' JetTarsoa City, Mo.
tl. B. KaffilliaB,
Attorney .at- Law.
- ' Jffrw)i city, Mi
Attorney -at- Law,
Jfffarsoa Ulty, Mo. ,
Jafirjtk II. Edwar.9.
Attorney -at- Law,
JefforsoB City, MO.
A. P. MXDOMK.
IlMant Vfa, M i.
. , ,. J. 8. cim.
Physician Surgeon and
Dlwaaraol Women and Children made a
I'hyhleifin, ft h d furgeon.
.t. L. CON KR. . ....
rhynician and Surgeon.
Bum'T, Mo ,
Phynlcian Jccouchuer a n
Rocky Mu. Mo,
Hfieclal attention given to dlieaurt ol
Woman and Children.
Physician and Surgeon,
OCUUS and AUItfST
P. O. ddr m, TaromMa. Mo.
O. A . 13owmn.ii.
O E IV T I H T,
Will WtTuyeambiaon tba 4th Taetday
f aarh nt'-mn ad rrmaio two dty.
Notary Pub ie Jt Land Agent,
Wm. E.LURT-M. ' ,
No ary Public &. Conveyancer,
Jim Heory Tuwoiblp, . ,
MlHar . County MWuri.
will attend to all ouilnaai entruiied to
TH8 FJOPLB'a TRIBUNE. '
PublUbed at Jtffurioa City, and clrcu
Ittei la erery tection of the State
It la valuable to tbe I rami profusion, for
each numbxr of tbe wkiy contains from
two to lour declflooa ol tha Bupreme Court,
Tba dally proceeding of tbe ouurt while in
leafloo, ae well aa tha docket, publiihed Id
lull In tba raiaoNi.
At a medium i ajverllalng. tba TaiBi na.
cuculatluK at It dooe among all claee, u ot
pclal value 10 men of iolrrprle wtio do-
Ire to extend their buainear.
The larmert' column mceive upeclel atten
tion, anil only ucb articlnr at are ol pi noli
ml VMlue to the agricultural eommunUv are
adoiltied thereto. Tuv 8t. Loult and J-ffot.
ton Cltv matkett are given In each iwue ol
.beTaiuiNaup to tbe Vfary Ulmt moment
oefor gulnir to pre.
T be mlrtMilaneout reading it arlected with
grval car, wim au aepecial via to tbe hoiue
Id thort, the Taiboxu almi to be a wet.
come vUltor In all cuuii. a weekly cooipeo.
din ol current event and Item oilneret.
Pi'litirnilv tbe Tamuira it cmltkriblV
D MochaTio, aud v-ill labor In tba miure, a
In tb pav, Mir uaibtbuoe) aud perpetua
llo iil tka prlm lil- o party.
PRICE, ONLY $1 60 PER ANNUM.
Club Ol iu. W Una UoUffloe addraa.
Oou Dollar each. .
VkOwuu City, Mo.
Oyer 81.000 pertoat tmUrsted to this
country in S78.
Monoura Cvnwiy I writing U life of
ineoern. Ei ' -
People who llv (n jrlati baanrtibeuld
pnit dawn tb btM.
Jackeonvlll Fl experienced a tevere
thock of eartbqaak latt week. "
Another Strike la expected if the Men.
ongabala River Coal ulnert, In ft 1. ,
At a recent weddln In D4 A, fried
I.ver and U'.e-cretia compered U; rtdol
react. , , ,.
. - n
The famert bavn 73 n:nu ,. An tha
Lgl1elur. They can toil - ?r ( .-. of
power, ; .
Aecordlna; t tbe wport rr t ' A.; V
R tb 5UUowa $;tD,M),ftJt, ih,t
ttock. . . . : v' - 'V.
from ten to Ilten car load of their product
to Liverpool dally. 1
Tha temperance cfuiadrrt are betiec'tg
uie talooni, with prayer meeting, t differ
ent place In New York. 1
Tbe tame tbip lately took to Africa,
from the United State, 800 000 gallon ol
New Kng'and rum and one miMiooery.
tt oot a man ISO for kitting a woman
in Rome, New York. Fortunately Home It
not the ooly place In tba world. Star.'
-Seven perton have committed itiold in
Ltfayett county In the paat year; three were
.Kiogton tato )o keeper. f
J. B Long, member of the Legitleture
(ran Dunklin county, died in Jefferson CCty
on tbe night of tbe 22ijd with pnetaeonla.
The proipect ot tblt LegiilaturtabolUb-
Ing the County Attorney I pretty eertaio,
and placing la tbeir tteed circuit attorney.
A bMbful printer refuted a elluition la
printing- effloe where female wereemnlov
ed, tcying he never tet op with shit In hi
A younc low girl raited and idd chick.
en enougb latt teaon to yield her aprofll of
$100, and chicken tell yery cheap oii there.
SecreUry 8borman tbinkt th Govern
ment will not be able to "jet rid of (t coin."
Why on rth don't it ttart a daily newion-
per, tbcu'-mwkej. ' .
Tomb of rich wen remind u that
bodte should be burled with tyrpedo at
Ucbrnent warranted to blow body inacber
bejond th reach of reward. .
Tbei I let whlv than ohuI In Jel
ereoo utty trr"wlnj4Y nat tbrv it more
preumool; Yon pv your mooy and yon
take your cboioe. Ex.
"With all tby falae I love thetitlll mur
mured a young man, a he clmly Unded hit
flrl the ertlBclnl leetb that ehe hB tneezed
into bit lap. Rockland Courier. T
A Columbut editor want $ Oi.COO darn.
E for being locked up two bouia. That'
00 blgb; ai,20a,OOO per day I bortnd llmIL
even for an editor' time. Free Pt. -
A young lady of very reipectable parent
age, of St. Louie, attempted suicide by wal
bwlne a draught of trihntn
uit becauie tbe "cpuwe ol true liv did not
run imooth." . ,
Tbe Philadelphia Bulletin Know of a
woman wbo bat her beet In tbe ceUer of her
iooi. inen be mutt walk both ey, and
I a dangerou woman to meet on tl dippery
corner. rree Prei.
A black Mocking, with a yellow tnake
coiled around tbe la,;. It tbe late tovelty
When tbe girl get to wearing tbete ttock'
log tboufand of men wiil be anxioot to tee
nk. Awful Napolean Northwact,
On lha 22ud Intt. Matt H.Ctrpenter wa
einctei u. d, banbior from Wltoonton: J.
Donald Cameron wa elected In Pennylvania;
urvuie u. riaite from Connecticut; John A.
LAgan from Illinoln Kotco Conk ling iroin
new 1 org; ujo. u. Veet trom Mo.
Comotitaloner Killebrew of Tnnee,
reoeived a totter from Col. T. Crutobfleld ol
rL. . . . . . . . . ..
vdbiwuovrb, iiauna; mat oe wa daily re
ceiving letter from London and other point
in' Europe, making; Inquiries regarding tb
American epeolmen ol wool that tu.y taw
at we rant JCitloo-RuraJ World.
. T . t . . -
vunug m nceo lauoaar aiornt Dear
MempbU, Teann a negro wm teTferiy kick-
ea oy a viointu mule, and ut a be wa
picking bimttlf up. a ttrok of llgbLiing hit
the mule and killed blm on tbe iput vWall,
da-!" exclaimed the negro, fcet thlt cbllt
hain't got powerful friend to 'venge bit In-
uit, den dere't no ute try in' to hah faith in
Tba banquet tendered Senator Veet In
Jeffcreoo City 00 tbe evening of the JJod by
the member of th General Attembly wa
lully np to lb expectation ol all. Throe
table, tb entire length of MadWon Ball,
were tpread, and were moat elegantly ar.
ranged aod decorated with bouquet and
flower. Delloiou viand aad tropical fruit
freighted lb table. Tb ball wattetletuliv
decorated with imerioao flg. lu tbe arch
way of which appeared th Initial "O. U.
V., U.S. 8."
Ia lthn two month there will be a
clear Democrat majority In the Senate. It
it aald the Democratic leader in Congrea
bv agreed to leave buiioet en he 4ih Of
March ia tuoh a poiltloo thatat' extra teeiioo
ol the Kationai U-giilature will be oortary.
or me urn time tmo in OuuiDerv 4Mdr
latt tbeli aou la the Uouta aad Sen.. 13 the
Domooratio party will have tntlorlty ia
both brtchet of OoocreM,
TUB POLITICAL CENTER, j
The tenth enumeration of the population
of tblt country will be mid in 1880. The
nrt eenaut wt taboo In 171K) and with each
decade of year tlnce that time te maoMn
ry for making the enumeration bat been
rreany improved, u it fair, therefore, to
preium that the retuttiof tbermleeatus
wilt be more nearly complete than my that
bay proceeded It. The retnlaMocYeataol
population iino 17M Itthown by the follow.
tngublai . ..-. ..1
Year. - - - , pjjtlttloa
1790 m........ AOJaJtl
eoevoee -- -- - -- 7 J30 8S1
ITxiMaeMn B flXI 822
H. HiMiiitiiiiiiiii.iit m.i i7.nr;9 45.1
1 : 88,568,371
Th lncro la each decade ol year I rum
1800 to IbvO wa from 83 to 36 per cent from
I81W to 1870. Tola priod tbowt tbe tmalleit
rate of Incrette In any fen years of lha hit-
tory of tb country. Ii 1 thhrefore tale to
ettimate tbe iocreate from 1870 to 18S0 at
33 ptr cent. Thlt would ale-a a nonulatlon
in 1880 of over 47,600,000 and tblt will pet
bap not be far from tba actual count.
THE RATE 0? INTEREST. : .
Doet tbe rapid absorption' of the 4 percent.
Government bond Indicate that this rate of
interest U hereaiter to be the measure of tbe
value of money in thi country? Or doit it
indicate merely tbe continued distrust nd
th contcqueol accumulation of idle capitil?
Tbe SprtakfUldUepubllcan believe tbe 4 per
cent. Investments Imply "a great reduction
In all . Inter!," a "great cheapening ol all
capital," with relief to all induttrlei and en
terprises. Tblt I the hopeful view of the
matter. But tbere la anotbor view not to
rose colored. Tbe New York Timet tbink
tbe cbeepnar ot money represent not lit
wholtomu abundance, but tbe abtecce of da
tlrabl opportunities for lu Investment. And
that paper cilea tbe tbat when butlnet
loan are effected the rate charged fur ac
commodation bears no proportion to tb rat
allowed on deposit ot to tb price of con
tot and United State boodt. There'll
doobUet much truth In tbe statement ol tbe
Time. We bare not yet roacbed a proiper
uut eoadilioo. - W have only. laid the foun
dation npo wnion, wi patience and care
aud painful economy, we may rear tb sub
stantial s tincture ot genuine prosperity. Tbe
change from depression to activity, trom hard
ll es to prosperity, wiil be gradual. But at
least tbe change k going on, with a fair pros
pect ol continuance.
Tbe importance ol keeping tha btltnce of
trade within the United States Is generally
conceded at condition' preceedent to tbe
restoration of prosperity. Tbore seemt to be
00 good reaion wby thit tball uot be dooe,
especially iq our business relaiiont with the
older nation of th earth. Z(ulbiog but ex
trerlgance and improvidence on our part can
turn tbe tide agaiost us. The natural resour
ce ol this country are richer and mor easily
developed than those ot Europe. In lb sm
ile article of cot! Pennsylvania has bound
let wealth. Our Consul at Geneva reports a
very succaestul result ot the experiment ol
hipping American coal to that city. Be
writes that tbe test of tbis coal made at sever
al Swiss foundries established tba fact that
Iron made with it was a u per lor In firmness
sud texture to tbat made with Die coke ordin
arily employed ia Swltseriaod. It this State
ment proves to be accurate, tbe (acts report,
ed are my Important. Ot course the bigh
freight can only be overcome by tome decid
ed superiority in the quality of the coal. Our
agricultural product cannot be equaled in
abundance in the world. Illinois, Missouri,
Iowa, Kantat, Wisconsin Michigan i Ne
braska tar overmatch the wheat-growing re
gions of Hungary and Central Bussia. Tennessee-
and. Missouri are richer ia Iron ore
then Sweden nod Wales. Our mountains
(urnisn a perpetual source of supply, from
wblob we may take the precious metals.
More than all, our labor-saving machinery Is
tbs best ever produoed, aod our.skllled artis
ans are not behind the workers of any coun
try. We have in effect no standing army.
We pioJuce cheap food lor ourselves and
tends large surplus to feed others. Alto
Kelber, tbere seems to be no ressoa wby we
may not keep the balance of trade with us
and grow rloh rapidly. Timss Journal.
TheMtssourl penitebiiary snows a decrease
la the number of its convicts in tbe lest three
years tbere having ben 1,818 In 1878, 1,290
la 1877, and 1,294 lu 1878 fltty Ol to latur
belbg Uuited Slate prisoners. Tb cost of
maintaining tb Institution bat been reduced
Irom $166,806 In 1873, to 51 ,951 in 178. A
larger amount bas been realised trom the
arnlogs ol prisoners during ;th last Iwo
years than ever befare, tbe earnings lor 1878
having bem $3l,J22, lor 18774 $71,671, and
or J878, $92,279.
Tie Osrgua Spinning and Weaving Com-
paoy, one of tin ittott Important cotton est
eems In Bwltt irland, bas discontinued busi
ness oa account of last year's unfavorable
pecuniary results and tba unimproved pros
pect for the future. ' Tbe ttoppsge of tbs
works Is coaider.d nauonsl disaster.
' CUL. VEST'S &FE&CB.'"
For the compliment to ae personally evi-d-.-jd
by your action to-day, words are In
adequate to express my gratitude, and I can
only hope, by a faithful discharge Cf the
duties devolved upon me by tbe high office'
to wblob I bav been elected, to prove, my
self worthy of yonr generous confidence.
My political opinions are so well known
sndi aavs been no often expressed ibst no
extended address wttt bt necettsry la defin
ing my position on tb questions now prom
inently before tbs pcopls, nor tan there be
any uncertainty as to my action In the future '
epon any Issue Involving th well-defined
difJVwnun 'jftJu." be('-A"ta Colis
parties Bow t(ot'i t ferwnw' " .'lit ;
exV teae. repnbV.0 V"i,t';v;,1f.M ; V
Ilsni-d by' jr lisa t ',0t?-.n3niai't,
an! coJuiaeniJes Wkhlhs tveioiueutttsalCV
tbey enter, bovv at they have always Bone, '
Into every publlo question. When oor fSthers.
declared their Independence, and when1 they
afterwsrds framed tbe Constitution, their
leading lda was to avoid Us oehtrtlisstion
hich characterised tbe governments ol the
old world, Irom one of which they had Just
separated, after a long and orust' war.
Every drop of patriotic blood sbsd la tbat
unequal strife, every skeleton bleached upon
its battle-fields, every hou-of cold and bus
iter and agony in th lorg, dark winter at
Valloy Forge, every prayer that Went up
from sthe ' patriot ' mother for . ber sol-
disr ion, every tesr upon the grave of tbe
patriot dead, were each and all protests '
For ages the only obj wt of government
had bred to enable tbe few to enjoy tba la-
bor aod property of tbe many, and even tbe
benign religion of oar Master had been some .
times tbe handmaid of centralisation,. Our
fathers, with a courage for which we oaa
never be sufficiently grateful, declared tbat
alt just government derived its power from
tbe content of tbe governed, and thai tbe
bei goverbment Is tbat which coders tha
greatest good upon tbe ' greatest number; ;
Upon this' basis tbey established tbs only r
true and Jresl republic- which ha ever exist
ed, and for tbis, I, their descendant, standing
In (bis historic halt, upon lbs prairies ,of tbe
far West, and In tbe center of tbat vast em
pire, which has come from tbeir matcble.s
courage, avouch this, tbeir t.reat deed, and
magnify their stored names!. ' -
Tha AMtm.m- ei eentwIUUlonvbav at -sorted
tbat when the framere of the Cjnitl
tution declared tbeir object to be the forma
tion of a more porfect government; tbey in
tended to abridge tbe rights of tbe States.
It it false. A more perfect government sim
ply meant one in which tbe rights of the
people would be more thoroughly protect
ed, and to tbat end the powers vested In
the diOereot departments of the government
more distinctly defined aod limited.
Unter the monarchlal system from which
our fathers bad escaped, Government was
something alien trom and antagonistic to
the people, an aristocracy In tbe air, to be
worshipped like a star Irom afar off, bjut not
to be touched by vntgar hands. Upon this
Infsmons superstition our fathers tracppled,
as they marked tbe snow with their bleeding
feet, and in lu stead they created tbe system
of State Government, comtag from and near
to the peoele, tbe system so clearly enuool.
ated la that clause ol tb Constitution which
declare tbat "tbe power not delegated to
the United Bit es by tb Constitution, nor
prohibited bv It to tbe States, are reserved to
the States respectively, or to the people-."
Wbst could more clost-'y establish the
great troth noon which the L-mocrttle par
ty Is based, tbat tbe Federal Government is
the agent ot tbe States scting under a power
of attorney in tb shape of a written Ooov
stltutiont Interwoven with every fibre of
the party, this doctrine has given to It the
vitality whloh has outlived so many adversa
ries, and scryiyed to many disasters.
- Centralisation meant force, a authentic
to popular will, and mutt alwayt b associ
ated with monarchy and hereditary rank.
State Government npon tba other band,
next to tbat of tbe family, will always be
dear to the American heart, - Tbe one is of
foreign, the other of domestic growth, and
whilst a greaboentralisedGovaromeat may
dasalo for a time, like tbe sun, with Its gartsb
light at noonday, It Is at last in tbe States,
and by tha acpre'eading but steady light or
that lamp which Jefferson fixed as a beacon .
for posterity, that our liberties must be pro
Centraliastioa meant force, bat it doss not
always corns In th shape of standing armlsr,
or tbe mailed band of a military despot.
Look around, and yoa will tea in avery por
tion of Ibis vast country, with Its varied pro
duct, aod almost' aallmitad resources, th
blighting influence ot loanclal centralisa
tion. Pitiless -an tb ocean, unheeding at th
storm, cold and remorteiess at death, anan-
clal cantralia ttioa I to-dy crushing out tb
life of the country.
Tb bond of tb government, interest
hearing and non-taxable, were so.d atlruiu-
out prices, and more than two thousand na-
btoks were permitted to deposit
with th govern Beat, draw tb fjcoru-
Ing interest, Istueing bsok note to an as
only one-tenth less tbsn tbs bonds deposited,
Cjuo1uJc1 on Fourth Paga.j
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