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A Geaeral guuuoy f tke Fortaeomlas;
The following ia a general summary of
tht regular report of Maj. Wm. Sims,
ecreUry of the state board of agricul
ture, for the month ending July 31 :
Stat Boakd of Agricultubk,
Topwca, Kan., August 10, 1885.
This being the year for taking the
semi-decennial census, more time has
necessarily been required by assessors
and county clerks, than is ordinarily
consumed in the collection and return to
this office of the regular annual statis
tics. Returns are yet due from twenty
six counties. Tables showing the area
of the several crops by counties, cannot,
therefore be paepared at this, the usual
date for publishing such information.
At the date of mailing to this office
the reports of correspondents, upon
which the following estimates are based,
but little threshing had been done, hence
but few reports from threshers. The
limited number received, however, clear
ly indicate that in quantity, generally,
and quality, in many localities, the crop
will not come up to the estimate placed
upon it, by the best judges, before any
threshing had been done.
m Assessors' returns from eleven coun
ties, since the date of our last report,
show an increase in the area harvested,
-over the estimate for June, for the coun
ties reporting, of about 100,000 acres.
This increase in acreage will not, how
ever, compensate for the shortage re
sulting from the decrease in the esti
mated average yield per acre, which is
now placed at a very small fraction less
than ten bushels, a decrease as compared
with the report of the board for the
month ending June 30th of about one
bushel per acre.
From the latest and best information
received, I estimate the area of winter
wheat, harvested in this state this year,
to be 954,864 acres, and place the aver
age yield per acre, in round numbers,
at ten bushels. Probable total product,
Reports just received indicate no ma
terial change, either in area or condi
tion, since the date of our last report.
Probable product, 1,250,000 bushels.
This great, and to the people of Kan
sas, the most important cereal, is re
ported to be in fine condition. The
backward and unfavorable conditions of
April and May have been fully compen
sated for by the very propitious weather
of the last thirty days. I can call to
mind no period in the history of the
state, when a more marked improve
ment has been made in the progress of
any crop than has been witnessed in
the growth and development of corn
within the month covered by this re
port. One month aeo the general condition
of the crop, as compared with last year,
was found to be eighty-two, while the
reports for July, from which this report
is compiled, show a condition of ninety
eight, an improvement of sixteen points
during the month.
Official returns, and reliable estimates
from counties not yet reported by asses
sors, place the area of corn atabout 4,950,
000 acres. Probable product, should
favorable conditions continue, 198,000--090
Estimated area the same as reported
last month; condition not so good; prob
able products, 29,000,000 bushels; a short
age, as compared with last year of 87,000
But little threshing has been done.
Reports generally indicate a short crop;
and estimates as to yield, differ so widely
as to preclude the possibility of any sat
isfactory estimate, as to product at this
CONDITION AS COMPARED WITH LAST YEAR OF
broom corn, 90 per cent ; flax, 89; sor
ghum, 93; potatoes, 100; and millet and
From tho report of G. C. Brackett, sec
retary of the Kansas state horticultural
society, dated July 1, 1885, I take the
STATE PER CENT.
Applep, 55; cherries, 59; peaches, 10;
pears, 53; plumbs, 40; quinces, 20; black
berries, 49; currants, 46; gooseberries,
58; raspberries, 65; strawberries, 68;
grapes, 88. Wm. Sims,
AFTER THIRTY TEARS,
A Women Discloses a Tale of Foul Murder.
AShirleysburg, Pennsylvania, dispatch
to the Globe-Democrat says: Thirty years
ago John R. Hicks, a then prosperous
young potter of this place, mysteriously
disappeared. Large rewards were offered,
but to no purpose. Previous to his singu
lar disappearance he was known to have
received a large sum of money, and his
wife and the community in general set
tled down to the belief that he had left
the country for some unknown and un
explained reason, as no discovery was
ever made that le'd to the belief that he
had committed suicide or been murder
ed. Now, after a lapse of nearly thirty
years, comes a remarkable relation that
explains and clears a, way the mystery of
Hicks' disappearance. On Tuesday Mrs.
Mary Beatty, an old woman who resides
at Vineyard Mills, but who lived at Shir
leysburg when Hicks disappeared, made
statement in the presence of Samuel
Bard, Esq., and his family, wherein she
alleges that John Hicks was murdered
and that his body was concealed at a re
mote spot among the rocks in a piece of
woods in Germany Valley, this county,
and that his bones remain there to this
day. Mrs. Beatty states that on the
night of the murder two men stopped at
her brother's house in search of lodging.
They purported to be drovers and dis
played large rolls of monev. Both of the
men spoke fluently and remained at her
father's house several days. They suc
ceeded in saining the confidence of John
Hicks, and when not scouring the coun
try were constantly in his society. On
the night preceding the disappearance of
Hicks one of the men took his depaiture.
On the following night the other left.
After a lapse of several days they return
ed and again took lodging at Mrs.Beatt 's
house, lhe flimsy partition between her
room and their apartment enabled her
to hear almost every word that was said,
and before they left finally she discover
ed that they had murdered Hicks and
hidden his body in the spot designated
by her in her statement. Being of an
extremely nervous temperament. Mrs.
Ml' GBOF GOHMTIOV.
-r -v nvn- . i ..
upright life. Hopes are entertained of
bringing the perpetrators of the veiiea
crime to justice. Their names and pres
ent places of residence are known to the
A BLIGHTED LIFE.
A Tonne; Lady of Syracuse Who Does Not
Mean to be Trifled With.
Syracnse (N.Y.) Times.
The announcement here to-day that
Mr. "Wm. P. Sabey had been served with
the papers in a suit for breach of prom
ise, oi marriage alleged to have been
made to Minnie Eva Moore, daughter of
Mrs. A. E. Moore, a widow, caused a
great deal of surprise and gossip in bus
iness and society circles. Mr. Sabey is
one of the most respected business men
of Syracuse, and does a large business in
the wholesale and retail hat trade. He
owns large quantities of real estate. He
is a widower. His deceased wife was
the only daughter of the late Capt. Aus
tin Meyers, and bis only daughter is the
wife of James uoiiana .uaviB. captain
Meyers was at one time numbered with
the wealthiest men in Syracuse. Miss
Moore, while not moving in the social
circles that Mr. Sabey does, is very much
respected. She has a fine form and at
tractive face, is a brunette, and one who
would naturally attract attention, bne
lays her damages at $50,000. To your
correspondent to-day she said:
"I dislike ta talk about this affair. It
is a long story, and I do not seek public
ity. I was only 16 when I first met Mr.
Sabey. Girl-like, I was flittered by his
attentions, and said nothing to my
mother about them. After I had known
Mr. Sabey about two months we became
very intimate. My connection with
him has continued since that time up to
within the past few days. About two
and a half years after our first meeting
Mr. Sabey promised to marry me.
About a week before September 11, 1884,
he set that date for our marriage. I
then began preparing my wedding out
fit. He promised me almost every
thing. Mr. Sabey did not appear for the
ceremony and the following day I asked
him what he meant by treating me in
such a manner. He replied that he had
made up his mind not to marry me.
Soon after I went into the country, brok
en hearted. Matters ran along till this
week. All the while I was begging and
imploring him to marry me. My con
nection with him had hurt my reputa
tion, and I thought that as he had prom
ised to marry me it was only right that
he should do so. I consulted a lawyer
and began a suit against him."
Mr. Sabey seemed surprised that the
news had been so quickly circulated.
"I have not as yet secured an attorney,'
said he, "but I will do so at once. I met
the Moore people ju6t as any other char
itable man would do. Why such a suit
should be begun I do not know, because
I never promised in any way to marry
t ae young girl, and I do not propose to
do so. I don't like to say exactlv what
I think about this affair, because I have
a little feeling for these people, who are
certainly mad or they would not make
such a charge."
What They Eat. .
At the New England resorts shrimp'
and doughnuts are served in. a variety of
At Devon inn fruits and berries raised
on the adjoining farm are a feature of
At the Brighton hotel, Atlantic City,
the soup is invariably saved in cups, in
stead of plates.
At the Berkeley Arms, on Barnegat
bay, oyster sauce is served with nearly
all the kinds of fish.
At Newport more frogs are consumed
in the season, it is said, than at any
other fashionable resort.
At some of the seaside hotels now
some of the small entrees are served in
little paper ships and canoes.
At Saratoga no meal at any of the ho
tels is considered complete without some
of the celebrated ''chips."
At most of the very fashionable watering-place
hotels cheese iB now served
at dinner just before desert.
At the Virginia springs no other arti
cle so much called for and so much on
the table as "corn pone."
At the best summer hotels everywhere
there is a tendency to do away with the
use of French on the bills of fare.
At the Pennsylvania mountain resorts
delicious trout, caught a few hours be
fore, is a frequent breakfast luxury.
At Mount Desert fried herring is the
principal article on the bill of fare at all
the hotels, and is served three times a
At the West end, Long Branch, more
consomme soup is called for and con
sumed than all other kinds of soup put
At Nantucket and neighboring resorts
no one has become fully acquainted with
the locality who has not tasted the clam
At Sea Girt, oysters "ol horseback" are
one of the most popular dishes at the
Beach house. They are mounted on
toast in a saddle of bacon.
At Lenox, pie is awfully fashionable,
and pumpkin pie is considered the very
swell thing. When it can not be had
tarts take its place in popularity.
At the White mountain hotelB muffins
are an almost invariable accompaniment
of breakfast, and hot cakes are used both
in the morning and evening.
At Asbury Park a species of pie is
served at some of the boarding-houses
which has slits in the crust, and is al
ways spoken of as "leather pie with
At Key East, on Shark river, clams
are gathered daily, and served twice in
the twenty-four hours at Avon inn,
where there is a French cook from the
At the Hollywood cottages, Long
Branch, enough of every article is
brought to supply two persons, and if
there is only one person to eatthe charge
is the same.
A stump dug up at Mount Pleasant,
"N. C, recently, said to be the only case
on record of the petrification of palmetto,
is exhibited at New Orleans. The grain
of the wood is plainly marked.
The selling of decorations, sub-per
fecturesand other dignities in Paris
proved a very lucrative business, but it
I has just been broken up and the mana
I era sentenced to imprisonment.
Beatty refrained from ditclfainf her
awful secret lest she, too, might suffer
the terrible fate of Hicks. For nearly
thirty years she has retained the secret
of Hicks' mysterious disappearance, and
now that she is rapidly nearing the grave
she says she wishes to relieve her mind
of its unbearable weight. She is now in
har 72d vear. and esteemed bv all tor her
11 "De croaiftst nan in Alabama Uvea
dr,"aaid the driver as we approached
a way-aide home, near Selma, Ala to
ask accommodations .for the night At
supper, and after it, "mine host" scowled
at every one, found fault with every
tiling earthly, and I was wondering if he
would not growl if the heavenly halo
didn't fit him. When incidental mention
of the comet of 1882, he said: "I didn't
like its form, its tail should have been
But next morning he appeared half
offended . at our offering to pay for his
hospitality. My companion, however,
made him accept as a present a sample
from his case ei goods.
Six weeks later I drew np at the same
house. The planter stepped lithely from
the porch and greeted me cordially. I
could scarcely believe that this clear
complexioned, bright eyed, animated
fellow, and the morose being of a few
weeks back, were the same. He in
quired after my companion of the form
er visit and regretted he was not with
me. "Yes " said his wife, "we are both
much indebted to him."
"How?" I asked in surprise.
"For this wonderful change in my
husband. Tour friend when leaving,
handed him a bottle of Warner's safe
cure. He took it, and two other bottles,
and now " "And now," he broke
in, "from an ill-feeling, growling old
bear, I am healthy and so cheerful my
wife declares she has fallen in love with
It has made over again a thousand
love matches, and keeps sweet the tem
pers of the family circle everywhere.
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can Rural Home.
Death of a Prominent Texan.
Philadelphia, August 10. Morro Phil
lips died at the Monmouth house.Spring
Lake, yesterday, aged 77 years. He was a
well known Texan estimated to be worth
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An Italian woman who had been
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Mary Anderson is studying Rosalind
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Miss Bayard once more presides
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A Staten Island music teacher makes
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The t'lHii H&AHD SLICKER Is warranted waterproofl and wul keep yow dry
and covers t entire saddle. Beware of UnitaUona, BpMjrorBinewUhout the
-nsBrand-trads-inerk. JJfaMtratei Cstalognefres. AJ.Tower, Boston.Msjs.
at I US.
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Tkt alt fast Mhtd
Tkt an U Jm, Wim w4 bitiom,
Tklltb!ftrda Msd KttTfj iagui
Tks all tht Grml MItk imIwJ
JBt svWrt, tsk all lb Wst oalitii
tha world, and yom will Had tha B
amd powiw of all BPisaiiswafist im thaaw,
And that thay will cm whan m m
lloftht3aa,aijglyor combined Fmillll
A thoroofh trial will fira poaitin
FiTa yean ago I broka down with kid-j
uwy suau uvesr wsupuuu suau iw
8ince than I hnra baaa mnabk to
about at alL My liTtr becama hard
wood; my limba wera puffed ap
filled with water.
All tho beat phyaidani .atToed thatj
nothing could core mo. IroiolTedtotryi
Hop Bitten ; I haye oood ootob bottloa s
tho hardnoai hai aU gono from my lirer,;
the swelling from my limba, and it haa
vorheda viiraeUm my caaa; otherwiaolj
would have been now in my grare. i
J. W. Moaxr, Buffalo, Oct 1, 1881
JSverfs sstsf Mumstiti: i
"Iwu draggad down with debt, poverty ssbC
suffering for yeaseaBsed by a Btckusilly aatt
large blfls for doetoring. I
l was comoletelv dlficouraced. antfl ona yean
ago, by tha advice of my factor, I onaiBioaoaai
using Hop Bitters, and in ona Bsonta wa weca all
well, and none of us have seen a stek day ! tj
and I want to say to all poor men, von can keep
your families well a year with Hop BXters lor less
tnan one aoctorsvau win cost you. iimvb,-
Praseetfte tho Stctnttlerstlt
If when von call for Hon Bitters, fast srsmi
leroEops on Me wWte label) the druggist haadd
out any stuncauea v. v. narners uarBsaa jb
Bitters or other "Hon" nam, refuse it and ah
thatdrasvlataavoawonldavlDer. andif aaaaa
uten your money ioTtntaunxnowt nnssortsa
T I -" - .. 1 i . . - i
iraua ana sue mm irr asunages ror in swum
die. and we will reward you liberally far the ooam
Loat TsnKodTrciBotBr j!eiyWeaKceML
Drslnaand all forms of DcMtttyla Mea from early
error, ignorance, vice orexcet vi JKalekly aadaslly
Cared without confinement by the ,
now firmly established in America aolelrenlUaserlla
FIEI ta carsieat laanlrepa.(nottobova. or curio.
sity-soekers). lanre illustrated work on Vtseasea
tae weauo-unaary iirawas. nraia
ness and medical referen
CIVIALE AOENCY. 17
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Boston, Mass., OLDEST In America; Large'
and Best Equipped in the WORLD 100 Instraet
ers, 1971 Students last year. Thorough Instruction la
Vocal and Instrumental Music, Piano and Organ Tan
ner term. Fall Term begins SeptemberlO, 1838. For
Illustrated calendar, giving run information, address.
a. i.jviuiutDir a ransuiB sq., liuaiui, i
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
"Kidney-Wort la the most anceesaml remedy
Zevarnsed.' Dr. P. c. Ballon, Konkton,Vt.
"Sidney-Wort is always reliable.'
Dr. B. XT. Clark. So. Hero, Vt.
"Kidney-Wort haa enredmy wlfl) aftertwoTeara
suffering." Dr. C. 3C Sirmmerlln, BnnHffl, Oa.
IN THOUSANDS OP CASIS
It ns cured where aU else had failed. Ttfamfld.
but efficient, OERTACfrIX ITSACTiabas
sUsa7AaUOBaat Ul CkU GkaSfCBM
0lt eleswaes tae Blees! ami gireawtacM aW
sdrea New Life to all the Important organs of
restored. The Liver is cleansed off all disease,
and the Bowels more freely and aealthmlly.
lathis way the worst diseases an radioated
from the system. m
rac 9ti3qcasm,MKM wtwKBsam.
Dry can be sent by ntaa,
Bf SLL8, BICHABPeOX AC.BaghacUw TC
eBBsafiaaaaflaaA Jeawxaia BtfeeH Msar IsjbJb
W V "ARAB1AI EYE LOTIOI."
frwt lkaratlssa to Woy. Wanuted. Trr It
staaiB far kdatrestiTn Piaaasw of the BTIand
a, jaw issaea rmr.m. wuaWB.assw om.cih
fcaTyor sals by aU iwspnasifilsDngists.
Da. J. Brapauuia. Lebaaoa. Oals
K. V. U-T.
Man and Beast
' - . rlMHl trOaiM I.
Mustang liniment Is older than
most men, and used mote and
more every year.
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