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A moment faee to fiioe tliey mM.
While soul met soul in honest rv
That tn-niMinsrijloel through imlie.l tear.,
Horn of a love that never hes.
Tlievinet to speak the mildest wml
Tliat e'er on human lips ean lueli;
lint. , the moekery to Iream
That f nth a the-- -onM lake fnr-wil.
For as two ro-ate .-li:ds unite.
In uke of the d.-jwirtod Mm.
Their kindrol eMnce pure ami !,
Tlne twain hart oftly iiiergfd in one.
Tliey might liav- Irf-en s-everel o't-lYvin Ie,
Might live through all the ear apart ;
What mattered tiiiK-and jr-- l.ttliem
Whose h'me wa- in each other"" heart ?
He ennert a n ot tliat fine gM
Vh wavy w r.-ath ln-r finh-:id jrraee.1.
Mending tosraiit thelxwu, he clapped
A zrnie of i-.trl nlont her uai-t.
A moment niw.niid he whs- gone
From Mailt, nought else. Hij;h heart and mind,
StronghoMof temlerne and truth,
iK-tied the hour ami Mated l-iiiid!
The x-ioii rolleii, anrt ne'er aiin
Tint" face to faee'twa- their to Mand ;
., Yet heart to hesitt tliey walked the tiorlJ
Into the goal, the. silent lanrt.
O gift ot gift! a nohle muiI
That wraps our own in full enihnire.
Till all mean thing-' 111 low".- great r-a
-re lost, anrt self hath no more plae.
FASHIONS OF THE SEASON.
A Chat with the Ladies, About
What to Wear and How to Wear
We fin.l lut little in the way of iioveltie- to
chronicle for this week.
The present is really the dormant jverio! ol the
year, anrt we congratulate our readers that it
occurs at a time when one ran be fully occupied in
latterly wehave liotieed some very pretty hre
tonet.tumes for ehilrtren. Ithie i Mill the pre
ui!ingeoor for them, while Iiii-Man green ha
taken the place of blue for grow n eople.
Orc-n ervale or foularrt teally very styli-h.
ami just the thing on cvc; ho hot l.-iy for -ho:t
Some ne a-ks us if we reeonimenrt bunting or
IKireale for n sea voyage or a mountain excursion.
""o; they are neither heavy nor warm enough.
A gMl heavy erge will ! fouurt nt.ne too wann
for iIicm latitudes; and v. o:niiol aoM Miiilin-;.
when we oeea-ionally vi-it an oeean Meamer at
it- ruling hour, to see tiiisophiMicatert women in
dainty garl liardly Miited for home picnic, anrt
think h'iwmtleh they will uWi they lu.rt put on a
short, real stout drcs, liefore they have lceii out
at srei forty-eight hours.
The hreton i a pretty Mjle for almost all fabries,
anrt a sjrgecan niartein this fonn, with ivory
white trimmings which will ! stitiable for all
ecasions. Anrt what is 1k-1, the breton bid.
fairtol.e the eomiug autumn eoMume; nuio one
neetl fear to follow this stxle, thinking it will soon
IJIackgrenartines are leing marte in breton now,
in pn'ference to all other styles, anrt the lovely
silk-embroiJeral grenadine galloons asMM in
making them lovely entutties
Hlaok silks are also maile iu this way. anrt trim
metl with heavy embroiJeiy, either grave or gay.
For a young larty, a Mack s-ilk trimmert w ith
pink, blue, or rcrt pipings, nmUcmhroirtery. the
-H"tis charming, and trausfers a sombre dre-
into something gay and taMeful.
Fringe.! or rnu-led trimmings, when the good
will admit, arethemo-t popular just now, and are
ii-d in a variety of ways. A pleated flounce can In
raveled lith top and Iwttom, ln-fore pleating, and
alter lieing plac-d tion the .-kirt, a narrow lnd
of the goods or of titan braid, or galloon, should
le placed some three inches from the top. Or the
flounces can be hemmed on the lower edge, ami
gathered iu five or s-even rows, at intervals. leav
ing a "jKice lietwecu the gauging. After thi is set
iion the skirt, a broad piece i ravcied at aech
edgM and gauged to form two putts this to be
used as a hearting for the flounce. The laspie
and sleeves can be trimmed with raveled pleating
with good effect.
We saw a pretty and expensive suit for a little
giri-thc other day. It was of blue bunting. The
waist was cut exactly like a gabrielle, reaching le
low the hips, then a skirt added, which was laid
in box pleats, about one and one-half inches wide
all around. The .-cam, when joined to the skirt,
was covered with a narrow pleating raveled at
lfth edges. A round-crown straw hat, with droop
ing brim, and trimmed with blue ribbon Kind;
dark Mile hose, and high boots, with sandal tope,
ornamented with 1kws of ribbon; a crochet sail
or collar, and white lile gloves, completed this
Among the late style of hats, and proliahly hints
of coming styles, we notice the crowns are exces
sively high, and brims inclined to the narrow.
Theseare pretty lor jK-tite women.
We made a hurried allusion, some little time
since, to The Jlultifonn, ' a new style of hair;
and "The Multiforme, an inMrmnent for arrange
We itave since adopted the sttle for ourselves
and pronounced it )crf-et.
The hair, iuMcad of leinga long. ciimlcrsotn(
heating switch, is short, and woicn b-ugthwi-e on
astern. This is inserted in a cylinder ttnV, and
hjtished over it to form a jcrfeet roll. I'pon le
ing taken ot!, it is found firm enough without Mitf.
iiess to lonn into putts rolls, braid, cnrN, coronet.
and frizes in licauteotis array, and so light that
one perceives nodhTcrciicc in the weight or heat
upon the head.
To every larty who leave? our large cities, and
capatle artiste, ivho find a chignon, after twice
wearing, a ma- of tangled hair, with no meau at
hand tor re-dressing, '-The Multiform hid fair ti
prove the friend in need, md we advise its ndop.
tion after testing, sure that it will give crfe:l
satisfaction. The price of hair and instrument
rangesXrom $10 to 515; the color ol hair making
thediflerence in price.
White linen lawn handkerthief. trimmed with
colored lace, are among the latest noelties. They
range from S-1.-V to
ttiacK panisn lace, cmiiroiierri m niacic or
, colors, is the rage juM now for ewning over
Black silk Mocking; strijed with bright cohtrs,
are also shown as novelties.
Mother-ot-pearl seluularetlll a favorite trim
ming, and will prolcibly N ti?s the coming fall
if thebrotoii remiimsiu Jorce.
Little girls and misse wear very long oob.reil
stockings, to match the costume, if in color ; if
white, the sah and st-king. fo we often see
little girls witij pale pink, blue or buff hose,
AIlhoeare now fastened al-ove the knee, and
no suspicion of an elgeff theilmwers i risible.
Some loy. up to ten, wear half-hose, huving
the leg lore. After tliat nge, they wir the long
Ladies sleevesarc cut shorter than iiual ju-t
ltelow the elbow lor the street; ut alic for the
Black and white long mitts are lvtli worn.
'Tis said, with the fall hat will lie worn a bridle
a narrow strap of velvet or ribbpn, MMng na
iler the chin, and faMening to the right or left side
of the hat with bows and short ends.
It is a mistake making bathing suits of a mix
ture of cotton anrt wool. Tliey should lie all wool.
Cotton sticks cold and close to the liody when
wet. Am .Yiw!
You eannof find a more companionable peron
than your-lf, if projter attention le jiaid to the
indiiidual. Yourself will go with you w herevfcr
you like, and come away when ou piease ap
prove your jokes, aeut to your propositions,
and in short lie in every way agrceahle, if yon
only leant and practice the true art of being on
good terms with yourself. This, however, is not
easy as some imagine, who do not often try the
xriment. YourM-ir, when it catches you in
company with no other ierson, is apt to lien Se
vere critic on your faults and foibles, and when
yon are censured by yotirnelf, it i. generally the
severest and most intoleraUe sj:-cie f rep'roof.
It is on this aecouut that you are afraid i.r your
self, and seek any associates, no matter liow in
ferior, whose bold chat may keep 'yourself from
playing the censor. Yourself is likewise a ji-aiou
friend. If neglected and slighted it U-conies a
bore, and to be left, even a short time "by your
self," is then regarded as acttiallyacrucl penance,
as mauy fiud when youth, health, or wealth liath
How important it -b, then, to "know thyself," to
cultivate Uiyself, to love thyself, warmly Init ra
tionally. A nensiltle Hclf is the ticst of guirtes, for
few commit errors but m broail disregard of its
admonitions. It tugs continually at the skirt of
men to draw tnemirum tneir cuerisiied vice. It
holds np its shadowy finger in warning when yon
go astray, wad it sermonizes sharply on your sins J
alter they luive lieen committert. Our mture i
two-fulrt, anrt it noblest art i the self to whi-h
we refer. It staurtson the alert to check the ex
ecs of the animal impulses, anrt though it 1
onies weaker in the fulfilment of its task by re
ieatcd disappointments, it is rarely so enfeebled
at, to l unable to rise tipseaiin!y, sheeted and
pale, like. IliehardV victims, to overwhelm the
otleuder with bitter reproaches. Study, there
for, to U-oji g.x-l terms with jour-ell"; it i- h:i.
pines In Iv truly pIisiMil with jmrs-lf.
"None litit the mail trains were allowrtl
to run." ' We MijijKise t!ie unprotected fe
uinlis hail t statul on the platform nml
wait for the train. Fnrmiuytoii Time.
Xo, the females always carry their trains
with them. You will find that nut Rich,
anl after a months intimate acquaintance
with that Colorado girl.
Ah! surely nothing dies but something
1'yrun evidently never knew Jvrgeiil
IJatcs or Eli Perkins
The Cass County (XurlerU advertising
for two girls It might m-.ke shift to get
along with one for awhile, at least.
The Little Blue Church teople of Jack
son county will have a picnic to day.
When church people get a little blue they
need something of this sort to enliven them
II. Martin W. is M.31I baring hia sym
pathetic breast to the rag baby. Sxfalia
And the same "rag baby" gets lots of
sustenance too. Jftfertoiium.
The milk of human kindness no doubt.
The idea of any " udder kind would le ab
surd. Artificial potatoes are a transient fur
below for trimming bonnets. Fori Scvtt
Strange that a potato should ever get so
' fur-lielow " good taste.
The Pilot savs'that " Appleton City n
represented this summer at Mnnegaw
Springs, Sweet Springs, Brownsville, lola
Springs, Kansas, the Poor house and Peni
tentiary. A fair delegation to all ihesc places must
be a severe strain on her ln-st sciety.
An article in the X. Y. Evening I'ut is
headed " Cotton and good feeling," we can
not lelieve it. AjyAluti Cilg Yrf.
Cotton to your girl and see if it isn't.
The UnUrpritt-Moutiar announces that th
"city machinery of MoU-rly has been oile
np." This is doubtless owing to the fact
that it is propelled by greased lightning.
A copy of the ISazoo has not reachei
this office for several davs. Has it b'owr
its last blast? We fear so. We have ofte:
thought that New Orleans man woul
A little rift within the lute
Which, by and by, would make the music
Don't distress yourself Mr. Kelley; the
Kazoo is all right and issues regular edi.
tions. Your fears, however, retarding "the
Xew Orleans man," makes him extreme!
sad, and occasions no end of apprehension
Moberly ought to have an ordinance
prohibiting the sale ot unripe and tin
wholesome fruit. EutcrprbcXlomtor.
Got it have you ? We thought something
was disturbing your internal economy.
At least twentv Jcflersonians shouh
invest in the Kansas Citv IYwjo niatritnoni
al scheme. Tribune.
What's the use? There isn'tenny wed
ding coming oil' between the Jefiersouiaii
who did draw an Abeline scare crow. Its
all trouble and vexation of spirit.
The people of Brownsville are in great
need of a newspaper. They haven't got any
not even an aindogv for one.
Green apples were offered on our street?
last I uesday at 20 cents jcr bushel. ApjJe
ton Ufy I'tlot.
That's cheap for colic.
The pull-back dress is a wise arrange
ment, inasmuch as it enables coming event:
to cast their shadows before.
This is the age of economy. Sedalia
swells black their own boots.
racKaru Hunks (.Handier alone can
save the party. St. Joe Citron trie.
Pickle it in brandy possibly.
Fine Farr, of Warrensburg has just re
ceived a car load of spirits from the East
in order to withstand the siege ot the tern
pe ranee meetings. Jmzoo.
When Barret wrote that, he had about
" a car load " in him, and didi't know what
he was talking aboti. He's envious of us,
'cause we've jot our'n yet, and he's got
away with ius'n.
He t'ast has plenty of good lager Iteer
And gives hi- neighbor none,
Shan't have any of mv irood laser lcer.
Whtn all of his good lager beer is all gone.
This practical sentiment is Fine, Farr
beyond anything we've heard of late.
There are many pious people in Jefier
son. And some ot them are the happiest
mortals under the sun happv wcatie thev
have got religion and their neighbors
There are the same sort of people in Se
dalia publicans, they call them, and they
don't keep hotels either.
It seems eminently proper that a West
ern man should lie Governor of Ohio. Si,
True; but the people are wicked and
need the watchful care of Bishop. It is
proposed that they shall have it.
Steal Scissora of the Kansas-City limes,
struck a mine of witticism in 'Jay Gould's
mishap. Fourteen consecutive paragraphs
in Saturday's issue indicate his "cast of
thought." Sarcasm so profupe is generally
mild in quality. The satire is a little gruel-
ish, as it were. '
How merrily sounds the whitle,
How cheerily sounds the bell,
It tells, the " strike " is over.
And all has ended well.
The transfer man is happy ;
Expressmen all look gay ;
And the commercial traveler
Goes smiling on his war.
Kan fist City Times.
The peanut boy appeareth,
And sells to the rural lass ;
The editor man produceth
His well worn annual pass.
St. Lnuix Journal.
PufT, puff, pnfT, the train darts out
Along the shining way ;
2 And platform loafers turn about,
My noble train, good-day !
The last of the so-called "History
Primers," published by Appleton & Co., is
a treatise on Geography by George Grove,
F. ILG. 8., handsomely illustrated with
maps and diagrams.
"In Change Unchanged" ithc title of
a novel by Lyndia Villari, published in
Holt's "Leisure Hour Series." The utorr
is of a beautiful young girl, educated tad
refined, who marries in haste and repents,
becomes a widow and marries again at leis-
a V. mm . mi m m -
ure u w weu lo,a lB(M,gn lacking in
Palmyra has had a rape ease.
The If tintHville fair i fixed for Sep
Tice predicts a tornado for the night of
the 7ih inst.
Ben. Massey, necretary ol the Governor,
A uilitary company has been organ
ized in Kirk wood.
They pasture hogs in the court lioiie
yard in Nevada.
A distructive fire ociirred in Jeflerson
City, Tliuivday night.
The Fulton TrltgtvpV daily will be
issued in a short time.
The Governor has not yet appointed
the Fish Commissioner.
Higginsville wants a railroad and is
dead sure of getting it.
The Methodists are holding a quarterly
meeting at Arrow itock.
The rear-cut reapers are mangling
farmers in all directions.
Lone Jack has a port- Shade of llus-
sell Hicks! think of that.
John Coats, of Pike county, was killed
by lightning, Tuesday night.
Mrs. Hull, of Audrain county, is liv
ing with her eighth husband.
The tobacco crop of Ralls county is
said to be exceptionably fin?.
Tne losses of the M., K. & T., by the
strike, is estimated at SIOOXD.
The haid times has forced two banks in
Indeieiideiice to consolidate.
The tobacco crop north of the river is
said to be in excellent condition.
Tliet; is a fine opening for a first-class
school teacher in East Lynne.
The iew eight per cent, bonds of Jef
ferson City, ate ready for delivery.
The Kansas City Exchange building
is rapidly approaching completion.
The Governor has neatly completed
his apitointments of county judges.
An enthusiastic narrow gauge railroad!
meeting, has been held at Fort Scott.
The miners claim to have struck silver
in paying quantities, in Barry county.
Two men in Xew London, in this State,
killed thirty-four snakes, last Monday.
Since horse ibievts have had their day.
cattle thieves are coming to the front.
Five hundred dollars has been offered
for Brown, the Howard county murderer.
A number of ietty robberies have been
committed by tramps, in Hickory county.
Fulton impresses a Iiceac of five hun
dred dollars on all drugstores and saloons.
The health of the Governor was im
measurably improved by his Arkaasas trip.
The law requiring Assessors to register
every dog iu the county, has gone into ef
fect. The leading mercantile houses in Kan
sas City have put salaries back to their old
St. Joseph rejoices in the possession of
two females who lick a constable in a fair
Harvest hands in Marion county struck
for higher wages, during the prevalence of
Jefferson City is to have a passenger
and freight packet, between that point and
The convention of short horn breeders,
at Lousiana, Mo., has been a very gratify
The head waters of Salt river, near
Mexico, has been stocked with a hundred
thousand young shad.
Eighty jetitioa for dramshop licenses
were lavorably passed upon by the Jackson
county court, Friday.
lite ixMiy oi an iiiiKnowu gin a i
found floating in the Chariton river, at
Macon, last Tuesday.
A young man picked up a twenty
thousand dolhr draft, in the streets of Kan
sas City, the other day.
-John Larkins accidentally shot him
self through the wrist, while hunting in
Morgan county, last week.
A man named James Burnett was run
over and killed by a freight train, in Ray
county, a few days since.
The little city of Xevada has a local
sensation: an infatuated boy and girl loved
each other with the blind-- up.
The Sheriff" af Pike county has been
ordered to sell the Louisiana and Missouri
River railroad and franchises.
Mrs. Garrett Lane of St. Joseph was
badly burned a-few nights since by the ex
plosion of a can of gassoline oil.
The St Joseph Cnmmandery of
Knights Templars, has been presented with
a handsome banne- by the Masons.
A little ron of Philip Starnes, in Jack
son county, was fatally wounded by a pistol
shot, last week, and died in two hours.
A boy named Charley Williams, has
been sentenced by the Common Pleas court
of Moberly, to twenty days imprisonment.
Kansas City has military organization,
called the "Independent" So named
because they propose to go ia on their own
James Brethett, of Platte county
picked up a thousand dollar package of
money in tlie road recently. Xo owner
A young nan named George, was shot
nd fatally wounded, last week, in the
vicinity of Renick, by the accidental dis
charge of his gun.
Prisoners sentenced to jail for misde
meanors, under the law, can be cob pel led
to work during their tine of iai prison BBent
in anj part of the county.
Jeorge Fratae is still awditatiag apon
the uncertainties of insurance bills, and
drinking large quantities of Sweet Springs
water to help along his reflect ioas.
A sycamore walking caae, which had
been used for two yean, was stack ia the
groand to hold p a rose bash, by Mrs.
Conrad, of Colaaiaia, hat pat forth Bads,
aad like Aaxea'b rod, ia frowiag iaelj.
A JZALOU8 HUSBAND.
The Way a Sedalia Man was
Taught by Hia Wife to Banish
Jealousy A Severe but Radical
A man with a jealous disposition rarely
makes a good husband. It is a peculiarity
of a mind o dUeased to imagine that every
friend is a lurking enemy in disguise, and
every man's hand is lifted against his peace
and happiness There are more men of this
sort in the world than people are aware of,
and the way in which they contrive to turn
the pleasantest episodes in life into gall
and wormwood, would be amusing but for
THE KKAI. MI.SKKY
the unhappy disposition occasions. There
is such a man as this in Sedalia. He is in
possesion of everything which should make
life pleasant and agreeable; has a comfor
table home, and a pretty wife and children.
Perhaps this circumstance adds fuel to his
jealousy for he imagines that every man
who looks at his wife, is in love with her.
So strong has this idea grown upon him
that he is constantly susjiecting the most
horrible things and keeps his household in
a ferment of excitement by his illgrounded
st.v icti.1 sc. srsn cii i rxs.
But such thing sooner or later have their
reward. The man who builds castles of
suspicious jualoitsy for other's ruin, is sure
to find them come tumbling about his head
to his own dismay, and such a termination
was wrought out for this man's jealousy iu
a way he will never cease to dispise. Xext
door to iiim lives a gentleman among whose
treasures is a pretty daughter. The grounds
of the places are divided by a low fence,
and thick shrubbry lends to the miniature
lawns an aspect of sylvan enchantment.
It is just such a place as lovers delight to
pmminade or sit quietly down on the soft
green grass and
which alter years will ricii or dispel.
These facts have not escaicd the quick
eyes of the jealous man's wife, and she ha
been equally quick In note th: I ujmii lovely
moonlight evening's her neighhors fair
daughter, had led her true love into those
quite shades. Iu view of the open street
and yet secured from nWrvation such a
spot is a lovers panuli. What the young
people said what vows they whispered,
mattered little but when the evenings were
bright and clear, the summer
were selling wierd and misty upon the bloom
of roses, the lovers were sure to be found
there. The gloom rendered features iudis
tinct but ti:c figures cast long shadows on
thegrass,and the whis-iered conference Smke
of love in every attitude of graceful youth
and beauty. Seeing all this the wife pre
pared her plot. She wrote a little note to
the gentleman whose regular visits gave
such apparent happiness to the girl over
the way, and appointed an interview for
herself and him in the foliage of the adjoin
ing yard. She explained tht.t her purpose
in this was to avoid any etmtrttmip with
her husband who was
The note was charmingly written and was
just the least bit compromising. This done
she dropped it, just where her husband
woutd I sure to find it, and waited the
denouement. Perhaps the yourg lady hail
been let into the secret, for her dress and
manners were strikingly like her friend's
and the interview was managed so as to
keep her features as much in the shade a-
possible. As the twilight gloom fell around
the thicklygrowing shrubs two figures nestl
ed close together on thegrass and whispe r
ed love ; when suddenly a dark form bound'
ed over the intervening fence and rushct:
uiKn the scene with a whoop like a Mo
hawk warrior's. The lady screamed am:
bid her face. The gentleman sprang to his
feet in fury.
" What do you mean sir?" he demanded
confronting the intruder.
" Oh vou vidian you sconndrel. I have
caught you have I caught you sir! "
And he litterallv foamed at the mouth
"Caught me sir how have you caught
"How dare you ask me such a question
If not that lady my wife? "
"Xot that I am aware of. "
What sir look at her. See her hiding her
face" and the infuriated man danced
around as if he were treading on fire.
The scene of delusion had lieen sufficient
ly prolonged and the young lady chose to
dispel it. Raising her face, she disclosed a
countenance which a glance sufficed to
show was not that of his wife's.
"I think Mr. M , you are mistaken.
was not aware that I stood in that relation
To say that he way struck dumb with
amazement would but faintly indicate his
feelings. He tried to apologise tried to
laugh off his mistake, but the attempt was
a failure. Turning abruptly to leave, he
encountered his wife at the lence, a calm
spectator of the scene.
"A nice mess you've made of it," she said.
"Do you feel any better?"
But words failed to express his ene of
the situation, and he darted off towards the
house his ears were assailed by a shout of
laughter in which three people appeared to
to be joining-
hen his wife returned a few minutes
afterward she learned that her husband
had sudden and imperative business in St.
Louis and had hastened away to catch the
9 o'clock train. He proposed to be gone a
It ts fair to conclude however, that his
days of jealousy are over. The lesson was
rather severe, but if it accomplished the
purpose in view, none of the participants
will regret it.
The National Society tor promoting
the education of the poor in the principles
of the Church of England, reports that
duriag the psst year additional accommo
dation has been provided in the chHrch
schools for 96,23 children, bringing the
total accommodation in church schools np
to 2,105,819 place. The amount contributed
for these schools was $2,9C0,00O.
The Place to Stop at.
Transient aad day boarders will find tlie
Leroy House the most agreeable hotel to
Mop at ia Sedalia. Its table is not sur
passed by any establishment in the cityml
its rooms are clean and comfortable.
6-6dtf E. BARarrr, Proprietor.
lot! Ice!! loo!!!
The undersigned having a large quantity
of pare, thickest aad best ice ia the mar
ket, will gaaraatec the season through
Olden can be -left at the Co-operattT store
aad at Dealer's hook store.
The Excursion from Chamois The
Game at the Pair Oronnda The
Chamois Club Victorous 9 to 4.
For sonic day; post, the admirers of
the national game, baseball, have been
looking forward to yesterday with
great expectations of witnessing a
good game of ball. In this they
were not disappointed. An excursion
was planned and run by J no. P. Mul
hall, of St. Louis, from Chamois to
Sjedalia, taking iiassengers at interme
TIIK KXCURSIOX TRAIN
left Chamois at G o'clock a. ni.(
taking about one hundred ladies and
gentlemen out of that place. At
Jeflerson City they exected, and
would have taken on, about twenty
couples, had they not lieen
TOO LATE KOK THE TRAIN.
At Klstonthc manager ot the excur
sion received a telegram, stating that
the twenty couples were waiting, and
asked the train to return. This re
quest was not complied with, and the
about ten o'clock, with about loU
iersons on board, including JJIir.d
.Johu, with his fiddle. .John still
sings of the "Yellow liose of Texas.'
Many of thefriends of the Chamois
club never had been iu Sedalia before,
and they went on a tour of sight-seeing
over the city, until 3 p. ni., when
they went to the Fair gromids, to
take part in the contest on the dia
The Blue Stockings won the toss,
mid sent their opponents to the bat.
The game commenced promptly at 3
Lemist was put out on three strikes.
Honey man scut a ilyer to center, and
reached first, but was put out in at
tempting to steal second. Wort man
hit Hi left field for two hag, but was
left by striking nut, No rutis.
White hit to left field, and reached
first. Frcth sent him to second, and
was headed oir at first. White stole
third, and was brought home by
Orth, who was put out at first. Levis
took first. lie was sent third by
Woodruff, who reached second. They
worn lioth left on liases, by Mulhall
striking out. One run.
Sears fouled out. Ilgenfritz done
likewise. Vogle hit hard for first,
and reached it. He stole second,
took third on a passed bill, and was
brought home by Kelly, who was
nabbed at second. One run.
Dean fouled out. I leaden reached
first, but was forced out at second by
Thornburg, who was put out on first.
K. Lemist reached first, stole sec
ond, and went to third on a passed
ball, lloneyman and II. T. Lemist
struck out. Wortman was cantrht
out on a fly. Xo runs.
White hit to Tice and died at first
Frethy struck for two bags, and got
em. lie was brought home bv
Orth. who went to third. Levis was
put out at first. Woodruff fouled
out. leavins Orth on third. One
lice was put out at first. Sears
followed suit, while Ilgenfritz struck
out. Xo runs.
Mulhall was retired on three strikes,
and Deau and Headeu fouled out
Vogle took first, .but was forced
out at second by Kcllv, who went to
first, stole second and third, and came
home on a wild throw. R. Lemist
fouled out, and II. T. Lemist struck
out. One run.
Thornburg reached first, was ad
vanced to second by v roth, ami was
thrown out at third. Freth was put
out at second. W lute went to first,
stole second and third, and brought
in by Ievis. Orth was stopped at
second. One run.
lloneyman struck out. Wortman
truck for second, and reached it.
Tice got to first, and went to secend
on a wild throw, while Wortman
tallied. Tice was put out in trying
to steal third. Scars reached first.
but was left bv Ilgenfritz striking out.
Orth was retired at first. Levis
succeeded in getting to second, and
was sent home by oodruff, fie going
to second, but was thrown out.
Mulhall tallied. Dean and 1 leaden
reached second and third, and went
home on Thornhttrir's hit, he taking
first. White forced Thornburg out at
second, he retiring at first. Four
Vogle went to first, was forced out
at second bv Kellv, who reached
first, stole second and third, and tal
lied on H. T. Lemift's hit, who was
nut cut at first. K. Lemist and
lloneyman struck out, No runs.
AY lute was put out at first, rretby
struck out. Orth was headed off at
first. Xo runs.
Wortman and Tice were throwu
out at first. Sears .was caught out.
Levis didn't retch first Thorn-
bunr did. Mulhall fouled out Thorn-
burtr stole second, and walked to
third on Dean's hit. he going to sec
ond. I leaden brought Thornburg
home and was nabbed at first. One
Ilgenfritz struck out. Vogle fouled
out Kelly was thrown out at tirst.
White w put out at first. Frethy
flew out to Honcyman. Orth reached
first, and tallied" on Levis long drive
to risht field, he going to third. He
was left on third by Woodruff being
thrown out at first Oue run.
At last -it has been done! For the
first time this seasen the Sedalia ball
club has been been defeated and by
a club front a town that is not a third
as large as Sedalia. But when the
fact is taken into consideration that
the Cbaa-ois club had six hired
players from St- Louis, the hoaor of
- : n ... ... m
winainr iau't so jrreat aa it might be,
after all. About 300 people witnessed
the game and heartily applauded
when any brilliant plays were made.
Mr. Brundage unoired the game, and
as hw decisions were given with fair
ness and impartiality, they proved
satisfactory to all parties concerned.
The visitors left last night about half
past seven, pretty well tired with the
A TERBIBLE CBIKE.
An Entire Family Murdered by
Hobbera A Thousand Men in
Punuit of the Asaaagina.
The news of the terrihle murder of
an entire family in Clark county, this
state near the Iowa Hue has thrilled
the country with horror. Lewis
Siiencer and his five children are
the victims. The deed was not dis
covered, until Friday morning, when
one of the neighbors went to Silencers
to work. The fatherandoneof the sons
were still living at the discovery, but
have siucc died. The murderers made
the attack when
TIIK VICTIMS WEKK AsI.KKl",
dealing heavy blows upon their heads
with an axe. The girls ami one of
the feoys were sleeping in the house and
the father and one sou iu the barn
almut forty rods distant. Mr. Spen
cer was township trustee au.l had in his
possesion funds amounting to nearly
oue thousand dollars which he ex
pected to turn over to the County
(court next Monday.
THE OlUECT OF THE Mt'RDKIt
was to secure this money. The
daughters were aged fifteen and seven
teen respectively and boys eleven
The utmost exitement prevails ;
ever effort is being made to 'capture
the murderers, hut no trace of them
have as yet been discovered. The
Aiiti-Horsethkf Society of Clark
County to the number of seventy five
have joined in the search.
Further particulars are not yet ob
tained. THE LATENT XEWS
is that there are 1,000 men on the
trail, of the murderers. Mr. Spencer
was one of the most unassuming citi
zens of Clarke County, a man uni
versally esteemed, and the shocking
fate of himself and innocent children
has thrilled the entire commumtv
XEW PUBLICATIONS Somctium;
ABOUT THE liOOKS, AUTHORS AXI
KoMtNCEs oi tiik Day.
Bancroft has Miss Shaw's small history
of Russia, published hy Osgood A Co., in
neat muslin binding.
"University Life in Ancient Allien V
belongs; to the Harper's halt-hour library.
Cashing "Manual of Parliaments
Practice," edited by Judge E. L. Cushing,
brother of the author, has been reprinted
in neat form hy Thompson, Brown A: Co., of
The lectures of Professor W. G. Sum
ner of Yale College on the "History of
Protection in the United States" have been
reprinted from "The Xew Century" is pub
lished by (. P. Putnam's Sons. The au
thor is a free-trader of the most radical type,
but aside from hi argument his work is
full ot interest and value.
MacMillan & Co., hare printed the
poetical works of John Milton in the
"(lobe edition," with introductions very
full of interesting information, by David
Ma-won, Professor of Rhetoric and English
Literature in the University of Edinburgh.
Tlie type is clear, and the edition is at once
full compact, cheap and valuable.
Mr.Coaens, the author of the "Young
Trail Hunters" and other juveniles full of
wild adventures, has added a tale which he
calls "Crossing the Qiiicksaads." The
characters are hunters, either amatuer or
professional, and Indians. The Action
passes principally in the mountains, and
the reason of the title does not appear.
Among the latest of the Harper's "Half
Hour Series" are the ''Rise of the People
and the Growth of Parliament," and the
'Struggle against Absolute Monarchy'
Ml these little vol times are characterised
by a liberal spirit as well as by a lucid
and compact Myle, and can be commended
to adults as well as juveniles as works of
superior historical value, well adapted to
conrev historical information.
"The Heiress of the Family" is a novel
by Mrs. Mackenzine Daniel, recently pub
lished by T. a Pateraan & Co. The title
page bears this quototion, obstensibly from
the London Morning PuM : "We commend
this book heartily to those readers who are
prone to the enjoyment of fiction." Also,
this dictum, said to be from the Loudon
.Sfaiifftmf: "A pleasant, healthy novel,
market! by much good feeling, sense &nd
TheEnglish company of Xew Testa
ment revisers are now engaged upon the
second revision of the Acta of the Apostles.
The Laity organization ia England
numbered 311. Of those ordianed 110 were
graduates of Oxford ami 83 of Cambridge.
The Archbishop of Canterbury and
York have uaued a circalar recommending
Andrew's day, November 30, as a day
lor imeiiuoioB iot hum ion.
St. Paul's American Episcopal church
ia Rrme baa received a eanllon of 23 bells
from Loavaia, Belgium, aad ther were
ruBg iorine nrst uaae on tne uay oi tne
rope s jouiee.
Rev. Dr Johaathaa Edmonds,of Peoria.
HU has been chosen to ill the chair of Di
dactic and Polemic Theology in Danville
1 'resby tenan i neological Seiuinarv, vacated
by the death of D.-. Nathan Rice.'
A bill has been introduced into parla-
ment providing for the erection of four new
Bishopries in England. The new Secv sre
for Liverpool, Southwell, Wakefield, or
Halifax and Xew Castle. These are in ad
dition to font Bishoprics recently erected.
A deputation from St. James, natcaaat.
recently wailed on the Archbishop ot Can
terbury to ask him to become anardiaa ef
thecharch, ia view of the traaalatioa of
Bishop Claaghtoa to the new Dioceae of St.
Albans. The ArchkWwp proaiisad to con
sider the matter. The -mxecdinjn against
Mr. Fry, the chareh warden who remevad
the tide altar aad craci&x, have Wen
At Home and Abroad.
At the time of the burning of the Rich
mond (Va.) Theatre in 1811. Tom Piacide's
father was manager of that theatre.
liouiiod was originally trained for the
Theodore Thomas is not making money in
The receipts of the Louisville Saengerfest
were $21. CSS.
A Swedish ladies' i-nartette is making a
sensation in England.
Vieuxtem-is, the celebrated violinM, has
leen stricken by paralysis.
Wagner likes satin. His bill fordresslng
gowns and the like last year was 12,000f.
Aunit Lntii.-e CarvV concert at Portland,
Me., netted $1000 for the St. John sufferers.
A Vienna pianaforte maker has invented
a uu'chaiiiMii lor prolonging the Kund of
Miss Johanna Pritehard will plav " De
bo rah " and "Auramania" through the
country this season.
Tony Pastor present a new burlesque
called " Koineo and Juliet," founded on re
cent sensations at Saratoga.
Miss Anna Boyle, a lady of fourteen
years of age, will ap-tcar as Juliet for one
week at Booths Theatre, beginning on
Brooklyn is to have a iou-ic. garden simi
lar tnttiliiiore'stiardtn. It will be6iilshed
about the 1st of August. Cost, $."50,000.
Patti is living in retirement in England.
The Ind(in Figaro says that nothing is
definitely known concerning her future
Murska is iu San Francisco, married
again, and this tune to a Prof.Hiller. She
will sing in Xew York about the 1st ofSep
ttmber. The Gazzetta Musicale, of Milan, states
that twenty-three new oieras have lieen
produced in Italy during the first six
months ol the prtsent year. Xearly all are
said to have been successful ; how many
will live? is another question.
Mr. E. L. Davenport's daughter Blanche,
otherwise Signorina Bianca Labi ache has
made a success in "Traviata" at the Sail
Carlos, in Xaples. She Is described as pret
ty a blonde, with expressive features,
bright, lustrous eyes and a graceful figure
Spirit of the Beligious Frees.
UNITARIANS ANI TIIK LORls SUITER
The Chruiian Iteijifter of Boston (Unitari
an) indicates that the importance of the
communion service Is not agreed upon in
thatdenominatiun. Some societies celebrate
it regularly every month, others only -once
a quarter, while others omit it entirely.
Rev. M. J. Savage, pastor of Unity Society,
one of the Iargeit in Boston, says it is of
slight importance whether the ceremony is
observed of not, and he does not often ob
serve it. Rev. James Freeman Clark, D. D.
says the service in his church is open to all.
church members or not, and church mem-
tiers commune or not, as they prefer. As
radical or free religious views, so called.
prevail an tliey are doing in many of the
congregations over "Old School Unitarian
liitt" the ordinance of the Lord's Supper,
like that of baptism, is generally modified
in form or uroiuieu altogether. In some
congregations, where teetotal views are
prevalent, the supposed danger ot the wine-
cup has aided in suppressing the ordinance,
and in one of the oldest and wealthiest so
cieties, that at Xew iJedford, the elements
are omitted and the service made a sort of
"memorial of all saints and gages " Jesus
among the rest.
OUR " GODLESS " CHIVEKS1TY AGAIN.
The editor of the California Christian Ad-
rotate discriminates between common schools
and colleges or universities, and thinks re
ligious excersises, as reading the Bible and
prayer, "not so absolutely necessary" for
the former, but quite essential for the latter.
The former should be sustained by taxation;
but the Legislature has no right to levy a
tax for the support of academic education.'
With regard to what is called "the Godless
system of collegiate training newly inaug
urated," Dr. Benson is utterly opposed to
it, and rejoices that the will of Stephen
Girard. who gave several millions of dol
lars to establish such an institution in Phil
adelphia, was overruled by the Court on
the ground that "no college could exist
without the Scriptures and prayer." "Xo
where," he avers, "is the moral tone in such
institutions pure and elevated. The stu
dents in some ot them are so grossly immor
al that their presents Is a stench in the
community," for they are "suffcreiV. to
pleasure without check in the gratification
of appetite and pasion." What say our
Rerkely Professors to this charge?
THE JONAH STORY ECLIPSED.
Rev. Dr. Kincaid tell "a fish story " in
tlie ChriMian Adcotuiet which, if true, dis
counts the Bible story of Jonah heavily
He says, in brief, that a carpenter on board
a vessel at sea was taken sick and suffered
such acute pain that he swooned. As he
was supposed to be dead he was thrown in
to the sea, with a grindstone attached to
sink the body. Soon after his son, despond
enl over the Ioas of his father, jumped over
board and was lost. The next day the sail
ors harpooned a whale, and on cutting
it up they heard a grinding sound inside
that they could not account for. Going on
with their work, however, the mystery was
soon solved- The whale was found to have
swallowed both the father and the son, and
the former had recovered front his swoon
and feeling refreshed by his salt water bath
had rigged np the grindstone, and with his
son to turn it, was sharpening an ax to cut
hut way out. As already intimated, i&the
Rev. Doctor's atorv can be established the
doubts and slurs which Paine. Ingersoll
and other critics have throwu upon the
Testament narrative will prove to be un
THE FASHIONABLE CRIME:
Tka fiunrlmvt nun If ataBmvinarlv from
a recent address by Bishop Stevens of Penn-
svlvania before the fcpiscopai convention,
a' passage in which he spoke of what "phy
sicians call a fashionable crime." the de
straction of ante-natal life, and said accord
ing to medical statistics it was "a wide
spread and deep-rooted evil, and steadily
on the increase," appearing, "among those
whose social and evea religious standing is
prominent and above suspicion" "delicate
ana pious women Being gHiiiy in nunrcmu
instances, of murdering, he declared, their
raormTAXisx in cities.
The Golden Rule says: "Protestantism ia
oar pnncisvtl cities is a taiiare. ran tail
are of thaProleaant Chareh to realise her
relation to the masses has been, aad is, her
chiefest error, so far as chrtstiaaisiag the
world matC The cities are farther ssekea
of as low, ancalttvated swamps, or "marsh
es," from which rise "miasmas, which carv
taint and contagion to the very mountain-
ikS-fc ASMS 4MsllBkftW-lBBl "
LADISS BAZA ABB
A Column of Small Talk for our
There weie only two of us John and I
And somehow after while
A shadow hovered about our home,
And lessened she sunlight's smile.
We couldn't tell, if we tried to think,
How it had come about;
Our hearts seemed playing an endless tune,
With the harmony left out.
Only a few short yeais ago.
Xo happier hearts than our
Founded an Eden on the earth,
Or reveled amid life's dowers
Was it because of the idle days
That slipped so wearily by,
That after awhile we grow apat.
My husband John, ai.d I ?
Ah.nie! wTio know? But there came a time
When wealth took wings and Hew ;
Then there was an end of idle days
Each hour brought work to do.
But right iu the midst of the troubled times
There came to my arms one night
A blue eyed baby, and with him came
A gleam of sunshine bright.
Oh ! it was strange how baby-hands.
Little by little each day.
The broken chords of our hearts took up
Till the discord passed away !
And now. altho' there are three of us
Baby and John and I
There's never a moment of weariness
As the happy hours pass by !
Woman's fii-st cho'ce is a fast man,
then a good man, and nnally any man.
The Prince of Wales advises the wido w
Oliver to make Senator Cameron pay that
Nothing makes Lucy Stone so mad as t o
see, in the notice of the death of a widow ,
jjjie word "relict."
Fint little girl with doll : "My doll can
open her eyes." Second ditto : "My doll
never shuts hers."
The Grand Dukes get a cable dispatch
from their mother every day. About all
she says h: "Boys, lie good, and Czar and
I are well."
An old bachelor seeing the words "fami
lies supplied" over the door of a shop,
stepped in and said he wouid take a wife
and two childien.
Lady mountaineers at Catskill wear a
blue flannel pullback," to keep them from
falling over precipices, Alpine hat, and
carry what would do for a flagstaff, beaa or
If anything were needed to prove that it
is agaiast the interests of civilization for
Russia to extend her territory, it is seen in
the Russian law that two brother cannot
marry two sisters. The idea !
In Thomasville, Con., recently, when
Mrs. Davis was hugcing her three-year-old
daughter, the child bit the mother's dress.
A few day later the little one was dead
from hydrophobia. Fido again.
They were at a dinner party, and he re
marked that he supposed she was fond of
ethnology. She said she was, but she was
not very well, and the doctor had told
her to not eat anything for dessert except
The great-great grandmother of one of
the attendants at the Illinois Deaf Mute
Asylum was a daughter of King Charles
HII of Sweeden, and the lllinoisians have
pretty much ceased to associate with people
from other States.
Little Boy : "Please, I want the doctor to
come and see my mother." Servant : "Doc
tor's out. Where, do you come from?"
Little Boy : "What ! Don't you knoa me ?
Why we deal with you. We had a baby
from here last week !" "
A Fond du Lac girl 'recently lost two
fingers in a clothes-wringer. This must be
one of the cases to which Charles Kingsley
referred when he remarked :
The women are weeping ami wringing thMr
An eloping girl in France, menaced by
her father's pistol, dropped trora a window
she had chosen for an exit and killed a
washerwomen who was passing below. The
least the survivor can do is to erect a
handsome mouumcat with the touching
words, '-Died f r Love."
A Xew Hampshire man has buried two
wives within eight months. Ex. Well, if
his wives were dead, and he is opposed to
cremation, we don't see what else he could
have done with them. He would have been
a more fit subject for newspaper comment
if he had refnsed to bury them.
Scene : A baker's shop. Lady customer :
"What ! bread gone up again? And pray,
Mr. Doey, why is that?" Mr. Doey : "Well,
mum, you see it's in consequences of the
war ii. the Yeast. Everything ts going up.
Why the papers say that even the Caucasees
Is rising!" The lady customers pays her
bill without another word.
Moody asks the Boston Women's Chris
tian Temperance Union to change its name
to Woman's Evangelical Tempeiance
Union, "so as to get rid of the UBitariaa
and Universalists members." Such action
would exclude thr President, Mrs. Liver
more, of whom Moody says: "Well, rule
her oht she Isn't a Christian."
uYo see, my dear," he explained, "the
man was climbing the ladder with a hod
full of moron his shoulder. Just as I
passed under it he made a misstep, aad
the whole con ten Is of the hod came down
oa my neau. -now iwu j
have looked !" she remarked. "Oa the
w t I r
contrary, my dead, i was suo-ume.
A new new beauty has appeared upon
the horizon of London. She is from the
Channel Islands and is the daughter of the
Dean of St. Heliers Mr.Milais was the
troubadour who first told nations that she
was beautiful by nieriag to paint her por
trait. "Society" has gone mad over her
The other day, at a party, she was posi
tively mobbed, aad more than one Duchess
climbed upon a chair to gaae upon her.
The UBdersigned hoot and shoe dealers ot
this city, hereby agree to close their respec-
m v a
live places ot Dimness en aucsoay una
Thsrsdaj eveaiafs ef each week daring; the
month of August, at seven p. nt.
Porter Bro's., Lon Van Wagner Co.,
John M.Kullmer, W.S.Mackey, -