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A.Y IMU'W THE SEA.
'Twasa, Mory of the old-tinie masi"
That uoi jtself in rhyme
Whil the urf n'takim; the iuinie'
And the breakers U-al the tint-.
Wo 1miW-1 M t!ioliin:ns planet-.
Aud wondered :it MaiV ! n.nix;
We sat n the l-a.:li ' inomiujis.
"And walked m tin- afternoon-.
1 filasiHil voiir .lender Supers.
Arid breathed " vnrtmy Mr
Soft Wi.rds ll.e niraill Calh-d lor.
ud Voif well vui smiled t licar.
And J won't le Very eertain.
BuM think you nrnde;Teply
Tliat I heard as part of the iiiijm
Tthink of it ntiv ivith a" r?s!i.
We wf r- lth r.T w vt carc'eis.
We.Udn'i reinemU.r tide: '
We aat till the ni-h t the water
CiMtl' to our very i'1-
I had written a loiiiiE sentence
With! a pw "I broken alien
On the aand I lay lsrsido Jon ,
tv.ti nillcd an you marked t well,
I ironder whether you're sorry
I wonder what y!i my
Tlie wave that washed it away.
FASHIONS OF THE SEASON.
Chat with the Ladies, About
What to Wear and B ow to Wear
In our notes of Iat neck we gave .iiw intiiiia
th'tttin Tenant t the pr.lI styles which would
(Attain in unu.s fur tiie forthcoming winter. An
explanation T scleral rc-cntly important wm-,
leares no doubt on the snhjivt, .ml cotinmis what
we hate tM-ron tulil .ur readers.
The iirvvailin'c.I.tk will lie the iialctot. nrdcen
Kaopte coat. "Hie snnn'Ut nuchvs tlie Wlwo. j
una in ili oxm-iiM oi im-iiKHM win iroiiir
worn ev-n tlr. The front i loos anl l.-iiti
aul tiiflcuk li:uf or tlir.--f.urtli, fitting, uitli
thnvtrliv wam. In "ilk -Ii:iks ami in tu
finer .jiuih'tnn of cloth, in wnm hiMamiw tin-S'-aini
are IHJK--I or coi Jiil with "ilk, though more
irut-rnllv tli-v are wiiliout nijiiiijr, nnl Lieed on
the in-iJe witli "ilk hraid. Figure-I clollts in lth
the ti.xiie Ie M:tt-I:i-" ami :iri:iiin', luiteaiin
IKeariiJ. of Ix'th silk atsl wool, with the usual
line of plain fur-IiiK-J anl velvet lener, chin
chillaniid other sott, thick textur-. llie nut
striking noveltv shouu is m the mixed -loth'
lxith the plain anil the figured lx-in-; tt, with a
Striuklinj; ot white, giving the erVeet of tin- well
knoirii iroiirav niixtur. or of colors in the
lume fashion. Por exiiiiiide, a lrk brown cloth
lias a mixture of Ul color, another n scarecly
jK-nvptilile sjrkhiig of .Ltrk Wne. a;il a Mate
uch cloth i- -iivcii a stfly srirkle ly the thread-
-i4-l if tk in 1 1 1. 1tf tfimt-li ii:ittini t flu
silk ici-sementH of gimj., bullion l onls ta-eN
mid friiise. and very rich heavy pdl...n. with fin:-
in-. and itLnitiuus of ilk or v. het, and l.ir-e rieJt
hiiltoii- of fisiircl ilk. Toohet ciuitiielel metal
(triHilIH-4I TvrillCII HUIIU. .
The oriiHiueutation of th ulrtd is confined
jriiK'ipaI!y fo pieketi! and cut!. 'I lie. in most
casvs, are wide and siiarc. whiten later fancy a
1e:trsiii thetri:iuul:ir eket, w hi-'h i smju:uv
aero- the looand at theloek and curved aroiiml
from the front to an juaito jxiiut, thu cult l-'iitu
shaiK.lt., match. Muia plaited m.d M"'h' 'l I
and velvet, a' -wvlf a theolothiif fht
cioai:, are 1
n-edfr making pocket ainl :un-'. unit !!.
fuion of triinitiiiig of fringe, iinj-. galloon and
riUIxtu lmu. Titc centre sen in of the lock is
pen-rally -I;i-Jm1 to alstttt thedeith of half a vard
Aiul the"tUiicoiifiiie.l fiy the Isnie Ixittons wlm-li
faten U the trout. In moxt iuiuusivs the cloak
in douWe-lresi(-tel, huttnue! clo4y 1111 to the
throat, aud is tiuislit-d with a moderately rolling
One of the mo-t tgkiiii: cloak- .f the lot to
which our attention was called, i a i!etot ,if
Llaek Matctsc fe:tver cloth, with ockcts, cntN
nndcolLir-iof iitlille.1 silk, and tnuiuiiii of hlaek
sctiu slioon, .witli a ca-t up wttern of pate gold
color, and huttons of iHili-hed JSuoi.-h wmmJ, in
striie!! lilnekMiid sold. Thealloon is dipnil
to die lines of the figure, ''uuu the.centre scaiu to
the hack, edges the lnittom, triuw theco-ir and
cutis, and the pockets, with the addition of a rich,
deep fringe with netted heading.
- An inn gray Mutelae cloth palelot, with velvet
collars, eons aud jtockcts, is U-iuimcd with iron
grav Kallooii, and iron gray fringe of hiIxihI ilk
MntfcTieuille, atsl Uras silk crochet l-uttous, andn
Lla:k annur cloth chuik ha laitei culls, coIUir
and ockets, with triiiimiiig or a galloon wlilch
promts ;in inteniii!uliu of the ordinary riot
and passementerie, bullion eoids and taels a
las-ameuterie agrafes, giriiig. a ery elegruit
A variation from (hepitelot is the Itretou cloak,
with tliedUtiugiii-heil vest. ThcUretoii ehuik is
less richly' gaiuitured thaii the raletot, and fur
popularity' will 1? mainly dcitcndciit upon its
cliantctistic style. This iscertaiiily ery pinuaute
nl attract iveaiil incostunies has met with favor
so ilecidcd lliat wet are warrauted in tliiuking it
Will hold good for another seasoh at least. The
Hretoncloriks examined nre lioth plain and figured
cloths, withthe Kckets, cutis, ana collar of velvet,
ami finished with a velvet bindingnnd large enam
eled metal huttons. A cloak, seciallj' uote
worthy, is of mixed hrnwn hii.I gold cloth, with
tninniing of Lrowa veUet,- and button in imita
tion of gold-tone
-Dolman and circular' have iieen -nt out in
email quantities from pans and lleilin, and then'
i little doubt tlmt there wnH'lie anaiu ainnngthe
most approval of -winter wraps, though at pres
ent the fureiir uu'lin-'s to the cl-t d.vj, :oat. It
Ja a lull too arly, however, to vegtiue on any
thing more tli:iii4ieniLjinilietiou iu the matter.
. THE KKCTo fXiSTI'VC.
Tto appcaranee of the Ifrelon cloak mnylieeon
idcrel as an- nnsurpncrt of the coutinuam-e of
feTOr for the Itrctoh costume. ln!ti. from aliroad
webanr tliat it wilt certainly ol.tatn forauturmi
wear, as long, at least, :is the weather N warm
enough to omit theii-se of cxtnneou w rap--. To
he ctleClive. it 1- t-tl l.nnv.n tlut tlw ltretou co
tiimedeM-nd mainly upon the hutton- umiI in
iiiiniuiu. uki' iHiiinie, c iiuier-uiiii, are
coming in and in attics very fam ilul. in mIo
naises and other garments sifitalile, the Iiuis XV
l-jrcelain huttons will ! woni foreign clgaule-utiiU-hi'j
themselves uitn paiiiting on tliem va-rio-is
lesiirns calk-d for at the moment InhN.
butterflies, flowers, dogs d-ads, horss' heads
coats ofarms. etc. A I0115 row if tliem down the
front of tliedre-s is said t'ljme thectfect of a row
of small plales, Imt. hec:iUM'novel, is not unplcas
ing. We may surely count on huttou-iain!iuga-tme
of the po-itive amusements of nir own ladies
cf leisure during the -next winter.
The mixed colors iu cloakins; cloths gives u
reason to think tliat iu drc.- slurt" mixed colors j
wilt olitaiu .aud the proltaliility is as we luno l- j
lore told our readers tliat dashes ol hright colors I
will enliven dark, rich ground. Yo shall prolnhly
Iiave checks, indefinite Itroken plaids, aud pos
sihly floriated fabrics, while we are not prewired
Ui nkfc positive sutcnienrin reference. When
thick tnatenels come around fur use a-'ain. there
are intimations tliat we liall ee neither tunics I
iior iolonaies only the train sKirt made n-rv
pUiinly, and the lAli.-e. The favor wish which
the prineesse has ten receiveil, it is thought has
inaugurated this reform in dressmaking, and en
couraged the actual adoption of the Hihplcr fash-
ion so joug clamored for.
'Wie co litem pint il supplanting of old with new
cAvlsi filling the counters of our magazines at
the present time with things that are 1 cry cheap.
Linen suits, which, a few weeks ago. drought from
-"28 t2are now selling at from Stt toS.
Lisle thread gloves, f utiHpu!ai vltades of
color tliat were impnrteit at a east 01 atiout on
t'iits per lair, are marked down to cents.
Silk mittens that sold at from $8 to ST. arc held
now at from tl to $3.
Sprigged aud dotted muslins and linen lawns
command a1'nHhree-fourth original iiric'. and
nil summer Lthrica are held at greatly redistil
figures! .I'm rerotr!
This gentleman, although having
been but a short time in this city, has
already obtained a large practice,
which is daily increasing. All who
are afflicted with diseases of the eye,
ear and. throat should lose no time in
(Securing his distinguished services, as"
his stay in Sedalia is limited to Oct.
5th. Dr. Connaughton established
the famous Eye and Ear Institute in
New Orleans, which bears his name,
and whose reputatian is world wide.
Already a large number of our citi
zens have received great benefit from
his treatment,, and many from all
parts of the State and adjoining States
are daily coming: on to consult him.
Having devoted -his whole life to the
ftpectaltiesj he treats, and having en
joyed every facility that science and
art could produce, lie thoroughly un
derstands what he practices and piac
tices what he understands. Again we
advise all our-readers who are an for
tunately afflicted with any of the dis
eases which Dr. Connaughton so suc
cessfully cures, to consult him at once.
He can be found at his office, in the
parlor of the Iigin House, duriag his
star in Sedalia.
Dr. Connaughton as-thousands of
testimonial from the most respectable
persons inthe United States, and what
is --better -than udi, he Is" dairy con
tributing to this hst.from people in
oar own midst. " . '
Xhjeoctor also, makes a specialty
of diseases peculiar to ladies. "3
Cmm Byaa Mada Straight and
This operation can .be perforrrwdio
all caMi, wilhoat ikil, aad Professor
: Criwaaagatoa wdl 4o it saocecsfallv io
A MULE BUYER'S LUCK.
Ha ia Mistaken fox; a Horse Ihief
and Cornea Very If ear Losing bia
A few dava wncc Mr. A. 8. Rarlon, of
Hannibal, came to Sedalia on the look out
for mules. He is a well known ami exten
sive stock dealer, and i at present galher-
3 41111: VI Mlliunn ! IIIC MfUIIICill
uiaiket. Hearing that Mr. William
Wright, alio lives just vr the Petli
line, in lienton rnunly, had a lot of fine
mules fur sale, he started out to sec if he
COt:i.D PURCHASE Til KM.
It seenjF, however, that the night before
Mr. Wright had a span of fine mule stolen
and Mr. Barton, encountering the thief on
htfi way, had purchased them. The thief
had represented that he was a farmer liv
ing in the neighborhood, and x he asked a
high price tor the animals, and praiiwl
their tpialities in the usually exaggerated
fashion of pen-ons who are negotiating a
THE MVtX BUYER
had no suspicion of dishonesty, so he pur
chased tliem. He had proceeded, however,
hut a short, distance on his journey, lead
I llta ns purchases, when he was met by Mr.
j . . .....
right and a party of his friends in pur-
suit of the stolen mules. They of course
halted him and demanded of him what he
was doing with those mules. He stated
very britily that he had purchased them,
and furthermore that it was none, of their
business. This brought on a short decisive
conversation, in which the Hannibal man
learned to his amazement that
THE MULES WKRK STOLEN,
and he was believed to lie the thief. But if
this information wa? appalling, the an
nouncement that they meant to hang him
then and there was still more so. lie saw
they were in earnest, and affairs began to
look very serious to the Hannibal man. His
explanation was regarded as entirely too
thin until he told them tliat he was well
t.n.lWrl n nutwelalile fanner livino- nenr
nown 10 a rvsptciatiie janncr n ing near
VOUCH FOR HIS HONESTY,
and that he was precisely what lie repre
sented himself tube. After some parley
they concluded to co to the farmer's house,
,,., , 4,,,, a-n.n(:e Qt Mr. Bar-
ton, aad who very readily cleared him from
suspicion. The mules were surrendere 1 to
their proper owner, and Mr. Ilarton was
very glad to get off with the loss of the
two hundred and fifty dollars which he had
paid for them.
CAUGHT IN A TBAP.
A Besult Which Was Not Counted
A gentleman living not far from Broad
way, in this city, lias leen greatly troubled
of late by the loss of chickens from his
coop. After a careful investigation he
thought he saw how the thing was done.
The door of the i vnncry was regularly
locked every night, and in the morning it
would be found in the same condition, hnt
the chickens gone. In feeling of the slant
of the coop, the gentleman discoveied that
THE BOARDS WAS lO0K.
and that it could be moved to one side.
This, then, was the solution of the mystery.
The thief could move away the loose hoard,
reach in and gather the chickens, and hav
ing replaced the plank, go on his way.
There was a large steel trap in the house,
and the gentleman concluded he would ret
it for the poultry shark. He did so. Ihit
as several nights passed ' away and no
chickens were put in the coop, he forgot alt
about it, and in passing around the hen
house Friday night, steped into the trap.
A CltTCK SNAP,
and a loud cry 01 agony. He jerked,
ripped and swo:e. He's a church member.
but he diil swear, and then called loudly
for help. He wa; heard in the house, ?nd
assistance soon reached him. The result of
his experience is an exceedingly sore shin.
He says the next time he prepares a recep
tion for. robbers, he will keep a better mem
ory or avoid the u-e of steel traps.
NEW PUBLIUATIONS Something
About the Books, Authors ami
Romances of the Da v.
"A Woman Hater," by Charles Heade,
published bv Harper Bros., New York, is
one of those peculiar and anomalous crea
tions that belong exclusively to Mr. lleade's
class of literature. The hero Is a high
bred, rich and aristocratic Englishman of
the middle class, who having successfully
run the gauntlet of all the match making
mammas of England and the continent
talis heels over head in love with a female
doctor. In fact, all the characters in the
book are unusual, if we except that thor
oughbred and most excellent scainp.VIr. Ed
ward Severne, who is a typical character,
and finds his counterpart in those good-for-noughts
in which, according to the novel
ists, English society abounds. The Woman
Hater may therefore be claused among Mp.
Reade's bright andworsi productions. It
has all his faults Ad posesaes in a re
markable degree his attractive ami peculiar
style of descriptive manner. It will every
where be re.d with interest, and the reader
having once picked up the book, will not
lay it down until he has got. to the end of
the plot, and seen all the characters com
fortably settled in life.
MJan ot'the Windmill," story of the
Plains, by Julian Horatio Earing. Robert
Bros-, Boston : Is a story of English work
ing people, and pomesses only a negative
interest. The hero is the son of a miller,
and his chief ambition appears to be to ex
cel in his buiinesa. Tiie book, however, is
valtuble as affording an insight into a
homely and anobtrnstre phase of' domestic
life, rarely met with in book of fiction.
"Poems aol Places," by Longfellow, pub
lished by Ostgoodr-ttottos, cjntatns a vol
ume of fwrfm. Mating to -proitiiient places
visited by the poet in his tour ot'the jcoali
eat Taey.embrace descriptive incidents
in Swizerland and AuUria and are, full of
poetic-vigor and beauty. 1
J lfilUide ad SMs'tde, in Poetry, "-rncoBt-paaioa
to "Rosedale Poem," by Lacy
LafceM, is abw cm Mr table: It Ja bright
wiaanwe and iatemting. r
MTo Bailey's adventures,? the Vrof;a
Badboy, by Ltt Aldrie't -publglied' br
.Oood, ';3o"V-M : fHorforK Jha-. lutfe"
Mas hoots His Wifa Through
the Heart, and Then Blows His
Own Brains Out
A horrible 'tragedy was enacted al'it
four Hiilex eat of Pleasant Hill Friday,
in which a man by the niie of Joseph
Quigley, a fanner, shot his wife to death
aud then committed filicide by blowing
out his own brains. On learning of the
shooting, a rvp.rterof llie li.v. pnc.iireJ
a horse and bugy and drove out to learn
fhe particulars of the occurrence w!iie!i
are about as lollows:
Joseph Quigley, the man who done the
shooting, was an Irishman by birth, and
resided about four miles
K VST mi: it 1 1,1,,
on a sm ill farm. He hail been drinking
pretty hard for the ptst three weeks and
going home in a beastly state of intoxica
tion every night. A few days ago he and
his wife came to town to make some pur
chases, and while they were here his wife
went to all the saloons in town and made
tha saloon keepers promise not
TO (JIVE UK& HlVnANH
any more whisky. He found out what she
had done, and after several ineffectual ef
forts to obtain liqiijr, he started home, tell
ing his wife when she got in the wagon,
that he woulJ kill' her for what she had
done, when he got home. He did not put
his threat into execution, however, ami his
wife b.im"s!ied her fears and torgot all
about the natter. Everything passed along
smoothly until yesterday, when the man's
1lNti pent up passion
broke out and he committed the terrible
deed which caused the death of his wifi
and then himself, and left his small chil
dren orphans. Quigley complained all day
yesterday of being sick, and kept hi b.il
all forenoon. In the afternoon he got up
and walked around for about two hours,
but was compelled to take to hi bed again.
About dark he told his wife he going
to get up, but she urged him to keep his
bed, as his getting up might make him
worse. He insisted, however, and slis agis
ted him to get up. When lis aroe to a
standing jioMtioii, he pulled
A I.AKUKSIX SIIOOTKU
pistol out from under the head of th? led,
and placing it to hi wifes breast, fired with
the quicknes of th'iught. rh utterel a
scream of agony and called to a young man
by the name of Melvin Knight, an employe
on the ftrni, who was silting in the front
dour, that she was shot. The young iti-tn
ran to where Quigley was standing and
sjciaeJ the pistol and tried to wrench it out
of bis hind, while lis wis holding th pis
tol Quigley BreJ again, ths hhot carry
THE MTTI.K FINUKR
on the young m.in's right hnili. The young
man then r-in outside of tlt: house, ami
Quigley laid down on tlh! bed agiin, and
placing the muzzle of the pistol in hii
mouth, deliberately pullul the trigger, and
wafted his soul into eternity. He died al
most instantly. After he had shot his wife
she ran out door.i ami nearly a lnui.lre.1
yards in the direction of a neighbor's hon-c
and fell. The young man ran to her and
picked her up, and she walked alwut four
SHE KEI.I. liKAIi.
Quigley ha a brother living about a mile
from his houe, an.l ha hd a grti Ige
agaiiist him for two or three years. He
sent a tnesstgeto him yesterday morning to
comedown to liTs house. His brother did
not go, and it is well tiat he didn't, as it is
thought that Quigley, only wanted t-i get
him down to his house aol then sh t.it
him. together with hiuielf nd wife, ami
thus all leave the world together.
The unfortunate man
ranging from two to nine years of age, en
tirely deic ndcut on the charity of I lie neigh
I xirs for Mipport, as tlicy are all Imi young
to eat 11 a living for themselves.
The sad affair has cast a gloom over the
neighborhood that will not be easily di--ielled,
as the murdered woman was hived
and reseclel by all who knew her.
A Singular Arrest;
Yesterday n mover citmped near tiie
cornfitdd of Mr. W. A. Coleman, went
into the field and took alxnit a half
dozen ear.. This so incensed Mr.
Caleman that he had him arrested on
:i charge of larceny. It was, no
doubt, very provoking, hut the act
did not justify such extreme measures
In the first place, the olTene is tres
pass, nut larceny, and Mr. Coleman iu
procuring his arrest and imprisonment
on such a charge, ays himself liable to
a more serious complaint that of
false imprisonment. The warrant was
issued by Justice Clark and was serv
ed by Constable Allen Connners.
Nervous Debility, Loss of Vital
JFluids, Seminal Weakness, Etc.,
Dn. CoNTfACC.irrox Dear Sir :
When I first employed your skill I
was indeed a sufferer with all those
ills that follow the violation of those
laws of our existence, the abu.se of
which leave their terrible tale too
plainly told. My memory was im-
r tired, mv bodv was nearly mined,
had a gone laungor feeling, nervous
debility, irregular starting, and
wasting dreams, weakness of the
back, floating scales before the eves,
sometimes like webs, forgetfuluess,
inability to concentrate luy niiud,
awful foreboding, deaire to avoid
company, dull, heavy feelings 1
was wasting away and despondent.
I have been using your wonderful
remedies for three months, aud have
regained aiy former vitality ami
vigor, my body and my mintl are
improved I am, indeed, a new being
with nearly all my former vigorous
mind and body. I am uow able to
pursue my theological studies, aud
feel that I am a man again, and
know how to shun in the future that
awful secret habit which would have
ruined me but for jour skill.
. Jan your friend. j
- My address iiext:rear"will le Yale
Ckl!egc. " ' ' : "
Ndxk Dr. .Cuanaughtou devotes
his entire attention to diseases of -the
Heiul, Throat, Longs, Heart, Jilood
dall Clironic piaeases. of neh and
woiuehlsVan'fiperatioiis in SUnov
wLCvipital Sargery, ad cai baT cfn-
sulted pemmallr 4 by letter, at'-hti
Ojasaltttion." iVrlora; at the Elgin
Hou,lSe4aTia;3Id. s '
, muM8-TSto"2.-3. to & tiiMdaja,
12 to 2, Addreaa P. Walter iHniaagh.
ton, M. D., Drawer 414 SeAdia,' JMo.
Hews Itema by Tolegraph and
Hani figliling' lefore l'levna. .".
. Morion has liren .vlsilel by the Presi
dent. . 1
Cincinnati has liad a heavy jewelry
Uus-ia claims a decided victory before
The Tuiks an1, en-cling new n-dotiMs,
at rieu:i. . .
The Americans won' Ihe first sc-ire at
The Ohio campaign is developing no
Illinois is to be divided intothree Epis
Maybinl is the winner of the fuig
The SL Iotiis ISrowiw have been licked
again in Huston.
Tlie Cincinnati (trcenbackers are again
on the ram page.
The Presidential party will remain in
Ohio over Sunday.
I'ilol won the race at Milwaukee driv
irg park, yestenlay.
The President's interview with Morton
was brief but pleasant,
(Iimbctta's sentence will U' carrieil
into effect immeiliaiely.
The Hiiissians pmjiose to carry the
heights of Plevna to-day.
Kiug Aiphoii'o, of Spain, is to marry
his cousin in January next.
The English Meanieis Avalanche and
I'orcsl liavt- ctdlidcl atscn.
Three men weie killed by foul air, at
Sturnator, Ills yesterday.
The Khedive of Kzypt wil! hcimI ad
ditional trootis to the Sultan
The Mayor of Itenliiitou. Iiu:t, has
hren discovered in cniukidiie.-s.
Thirty counties were n-pA-sonteil in the
Ohio working men s conveniion.
The Epix'opal (tener.il Oujwnlion is
to lie held io Kti-ton, next mouth.
Ex-Pnvid ill iiranl rcccivni the fnr
Join of the city of filasgow. Friday.
Wade Hampton's reception at Kch-
jrd, wa littl less titan at: ovattf.u,
The s-nvii in the liank ! Krano',
ammtntcd last wcrk to IHKl.tKn) francs.
The Ku-mjus have carritil O-msn
Pjs'ui's Ftrongr-st oiil-.oi by asianlt.
Mark Pillow, nephew of Ihe t;.-neial,
killed In ins. If, at Nashville. 1 ridar.
The majority of tlie Hirui.ni Insurgents
have submitted to Turkish authority.
The Massachusi'lts Democrats Lave
nominated Willian (iastnn for (Sovernor.
The American whaling schooner,
Charles Thompson, has yellow fever at i-ea.
Two men were fatally injured by fall
ing from a rcailldd, iu (.'inciiin iti, yester
day. Someliody has put out the foolish re
;Krt tliat Crazy Horse meant to assault Cien.
The trial of William Flowers, for the
murder of Ir. Armstrong, is proceeding Ht
The National Hanker Association ile
clared almost uuanimoiisly for the reniotie
tizatiou of silver.
The b..tls Udnuging Io the wn-cked
steamer ForrM, have b.vn wasliel shnn
Mi Ihe Knglish cost.
n.ise item an ruriiis)iel this paper by
T.J. Mason, E., who is the agriit at 11
iin. nte fnr the Daily and Weekly Pazoo.
Jle will rt-iviveorilersforsultst'riptionand
advertising. Hi receipts for money will
le honored by this office.
Lamontk, Sept. ir, 1S77.
We are informed that F. T. Chew ha
leased his coal hank to Messrs. Warren &
and n company of eo-ojterative
miners have leas d pait of the Wot lake
mine, and Judge Mitchiuu is working his
mines himself, so that we will have plenty
of -oal, and ht the convicts enjoy teaceable
Work at Montserratt.
Considerable complaint is U'ing made
of a little II y eating oirihc young wheal, just
a it appears through the ground and kiti
The farmers here are now very busy in
aowiug their fall crop of wheal, but there
is too much rain.
About twenty wagons of colored niov-
! ers went through here yesterday, on their
way to Kansas, where they expect to gel
Government laud cheap, and homesteads.
If all of this class would thin emigrate, it
it would be belter for all parties.
I)U CONNAUGHTON WILL
DFLIYER LECTUKKS TO PHY
SICIANS EVE!Y THURSDAY
AT 2 p. m. NONE BUT RE
SPECTABLE P It YS I C T A X S
NEED APPLY. ADMISSION FEE,
Wc hereby give notice that Cha. F. Hol-
brook is no longer authorized to solicit any
busineM fur tbia par. Havisf wholly
violated his contract with as, and in every
way' abused our confidence, his connection
with our business is acre red from this date.
, Olxev 4t Peytoic,
Publisher. Silver World.
Luce Citv, Coi-, September S, 1877.
Stolen from the farm of the undersigned,
eight miles east of Appleton City, on the
Bight of September 11, one Fine Blooded
Cow, five years old, light roan color, head,
seek and ears almost red, one inch of the
point of each horn off; in fine on'er, ar.d
will weigh Worn 1,250 to 1,300 pounds; ear
marks in left ear I will pay $50 reward
far the capture and conviction of tbethief ;
any information regarding the cow will
be liberally rewarded.
a. 4- -
, . f - t T. J. VOCNOER,
. tafcw-lt- AppletoR City, Mo 1
-VbfSal A fiMerTHMntiyrddear
with choice surrounding, etc' The fre-
qaeBtlr Bieana that tbe occupaRt wiikt im
i .ri.i .'- ? v.. -
ngaifi BcaiiA.;, uecaaae a icMoeaea n .
MiUriaIt4istrict,will iadaoa idoii jpoinen.
iacand betKX jlMBasc.-..Tiits: eaauacmoM
IBfdieaal t. wntenar Hi. kr th:.fmajr
aaBiniiraiion oi ur. una .aMaaaiix
A SIHQULAB OCCURRSNCS.
A Newly Xarricd Lady Propoaae
to Deaert Her Huabund on a
Railroad Train' anil Return to
On Friday night's passenger train out of
ISt. Ixiuis, a section in the sleeper was oc
cupied by Mr. A. P. Lewis and his wife.
TImv were recently married, and were on
ihfir way from Viucenms, Indiana, to
S-heroian, Texas. It was evidml to thej
pa ngers iu Ihe car thai there was some
lisagn-eiiifiit In-twten the couple, and aflirr
the train had got under headway, the lady
refused Io w-nuit
Till: KEUTO UK MADK VP,
saying to the rtrr that she would call him
'.then she desired his services.
bund, who emed greatlv distressed at his
, . , , " ...
" ""- f,
with her iu an undertone, but on the coti-i
trary her voice was loud enough to be j him by Mr. Murphy of Temperance notott
heanl distiuctlv, ami she more than once . ei
exclaimed with angry vehemence: j Tl,e impulition is untrue. The blue rib-
"You have grossly instilled me, and 1
will necr f..in vou
The man's reply" to this accusation wasl"! Washinglot!
low and apologetic, and whatever he had
said or done, it was apparent that he was
..i .. ...Pti.;.., ri.;..l. ,i.i
1 , , , ,. ,
all his overtures were
- KKJIXTKIl WITH S4HUX,
and the lady announced her iirention when
the train reached Seilaha Io leave it, and
return Io St. Louis. Finally the conversa
tion dropped, and when t e train reached
tin- Harrison House, a gentleman who had
traveled in the car from St. Iouis, placed
!aiiuse!t near the parties to sec how the
ipiarrel would terminate. He heard the
lady say :
". will go with you to Fori Sent t and)
t.ie.e stop oil iih Aunt Susan until I can
vviitc home. I don't want any scandal
uy im. re than you do, but if what I sus-jH.--i
i- line, I will not live with you."
It was evident that the gent'emaii was
oily Phi glad to accede to this poixfition
ind it wasso arranged.
Wtiat wiil be the ujwiiot ol this little
domestic nuuamv v is at present impossi
ble to tell, but a gentleman who informed a
rcprr.-cutativc of the Ha'Am) of the circuit!
tance iiiclities to the belief that the lady
'ins in Millie way lecome pisstY--d of
A IJTTT.K KI'ISOIU:
iu her husbar.d's cantr, which Miccon
trtud into an indignity which no apolo
iis could alene for. Of course the man
denied it, and no doubt had plenty of ex-ust-sal
hand: but they iailed'tii carry that
value to ttniirdtd fitdiii:s which was par
ticularly desirable st this stage- of their
domestic life. Perhaps Aunt Susan, good
.Id soul ! will l-e the
anci:i. is nisiirisK
to our oil on the troubled waters, and
bring peace to their young hearts torn
with doubt and dismay. It is to I-e hoped
so, at any rat.:
At Ilome and Abroad.
The playgoers of Stdalia have had the
rare pleasure of witnessing two fine per
fuiuiances by the lljanohe IVlJar troupe,
the last week, at Smith s Hall. Although
the engagement .was brief, it afforded an
exirdteiit opiM.rtutsity of judging of the
sticrior tuer t of Ihe performer. The in
itial play, "The Creal Strike," or a.; it was
formerly calhil, "Tlie Img Slrike," intro
InMliuvd Mi-s Dollar in the role of Jttne
Isiuiyl, in which character she had previ
ously achieved ipiile a reputation. It em
braces two distinct and entirely opposite
peculiarities, the tpih'tly practical and Ihe
intensely p.issiouate aud excitable. It is
what artit call
A ;uoV!N: CIIAlLXITKi:,
tnd roiiiiies to he worked up. This Miss
leKir does admirably. There are m
sudden transitions no ahriint ami ir.artis-
i. .. liw:.., ,.f ..,J.T,... Tl. l.srotr
. . . ;, , , .
grows miner me iiiuiience o. nvv gv.u, as
the nnxlel dors in the hands of the sculp
tor each outline is carefully formed, and
the embodied character shows careful and
painstaking grace. It would lie an exag
geration to call Mif Peltaragreatactres.
She is not that. Perhaps sdie never will be.
Hut what perharw is better in her line of
dramatic culture, she has tact ami taste to
a degree which amounts to
Her Jane Lraroyd may therefore he
called a finished piece of acting finished,
in the Fense that it was not exaggerated,
and constructed upon a careful adherence
to the unities of tlie piece, and with its
details care 'ally observed. The company
is an excellent one, and secured through
out their engagement marked demonstra
tions of approval. Miss. Matthias and Mr.
UadclitTe were particularly excellent, and
a n.ATrF.i:ix recogxitiox
from the audience. We are' particular iu
mentioning these two artist Iiecanse they
are deserving of a more particular notice
than llie limits of thu article will allow
being given. As the ftroupe, however, re
turn here dining Fair week, an opportuni
ty will be extended for a more particular
and elaborate notice.
It ia a nutter of congratulation that Miss
DeBar will pay Sedalia a longer Tisit next
time, and there are venr few of our play
goers but what will look forward to it with
MUa Mary Andcraon will open her sea
son .with Macaaley at KobiMon'a opera
iiotise, Cincinnati, September 10, (Monday.)
She play in Mt.cat.lfy' theatre, Louis
ville, commencing September 17.- Pitts
burgh, October 1. Walnut street theatre,
Philadelphia, October 8. Ronton theatre,
October lo. She has added Talfoard'a
play o! MIon" to her repertoire, and ex
pects to make it a featare of her sea
Alex. Wwrster will open his German
theatrical aeamn -at the Olympic, St. Loan-,
on Sunday, September 16. There are ev
eral new icoplc in the company. Among
them is Donan, leading man Misa Marie
Wolf remains aa leading lady. The fea
lures of the company will play in St. Louis
ami at Wander's theatre in Chicago, alter
nating evtry few weeks.
AlPperjotw having bilk azainst Dr.
ConntHgNtou will ia the' future,
present tnem every oar at z p. n.,
tliejr will receive check on First Na
tional Bank oCsjeltklki. The Doctor
eaoaot tfpareli'me 'from- his taineMe
pnaNotf m: if fifTfirir tn thr taiall
falafaih ol baaiaesi Matter.
TheSetlalia IIazimi editor speaks of an J
article ut the St. Louis Daily Timt:
' The St, Louis Tims put out a report that
f . . mm 1 1 - 1 -
t Mi, iiayes na nan a sunsmiKe, ati
I'rinKing merry inu seiiser. iiu ii
lM'n Sylvester. The story is a seltzer.
Ia f m m . a
. our lono nope are not to i reai.
jized. Judging from Parrel's fanuliaritv
w,th seller an Sherrv he ha iliscanleil
tie ,c ribbon ami little hatchet presenled !
win is worn as an etnlmm ot tntelity, an.l
I "e " Uitcnei Kcv
I untuWon limn: Brighani
was the father of fifty six children and the
' husband of nineteen wives at the time of his
I death. There s a good opening in Mormon
torn lor some enterprising yung man.
From this statement of the case the open
ing is entirely too wide; but a Young man
Uiight possibly 61! it.
A". (. Mail: It is more than likely that
the council will refuc to give the scavenger
That would he an oflal thing to do.
Jouiitiil if Vtuumetft : The mother of
Brighton Young has hern discovered iu In
diana at the advanced age of ninety-four
There's no prophet iu such a di-covery
Jonrmil of GmtMrrrr: The failure of
tMhmilk Muui to reach Si. Joe yesterday,
as advertised, was a great ilisajijioiiitmetit to
the manager. Hut a tine lithograph por
trait of the little cixpiette was exhibited in
These fast maids are nhvay full of wiles
and diaptointments; but what shall Im:
sjid when the old spiu-tt-r gives the aiitten
to Kansas City ?
AV fk-frau rSntpttir: 1 he economical
bjhv puts its toe in its mouth iu order to
make both ends merl.
SL 101 Jrnnl i That's what makes
so many toe headed babies.
Only going at life with teeth aud toe-nail.
CJuiubui Sltte.Mm : Vinnie Ream, the
scuiptrem, is stopping iu Kichmond, Va.
On a "bust" probably.
.V. O. iVmywner Cubans cannot gain
indep ndence while Havana cigars are
manulacttired in Connecticut.
No, their effort will end iu smoke.
Sl.Ji Chiniiictez The most important
question connected with the approaching
session of Congress is the same that agitates
a newly married couple whose honeymoon
is just waning Who shall he Speaker of
Why the noblest wrmun of them all.
lMtrcirrftf Ttuirx: Mrs. Cary, of
Wyandotte, has a hn which has, for four
succei si ve seasons, raised a single chi-keii
from a brmsl ; the rest all dying.
That Blast lie mother Cary's chicken, that
we've read so much abou..
.V. .ott Jtntnut1 z Who is the lady of
whom the following story is now going the
rounds in the press? When Samuel t iris
wold Ciondricn "Peter Parley" was stay
ing in St. Lmis, a lady approached him
and said : Sir. I deem you the Iienefactor
of the rising generation. I propose to erect
a monument to vour memory by five rent
subscriptions. Will you graciously head
the list?' He complied, but the promise
has never been redeemed. Only a plihi
slab, with a simple inscription, in a country
graveyard at Sotithhury, Conn., marks his
Then in spile of the lady's promise, tlire
was no onts in her benevolence.
Si. JjhI Journal: A parrot gun doesn't
hare Jo be taught to speak, dors it ?
That is the report.
Jomn! : Stanley shonU le m-ille.1
from Africa and sent Io Plt-vna to discover
f(mM pj, BlaMen n3Hie.
Otto-man do this for nothing?
AorrMiwrit ITfinM: It was the "battle
of IVlisot," but either the cable man or the
intelligent compositor made it read the
"tattle of Polecat," in one our exchanges
and" yet the battle was not lo the strong.
The comjvositor probably didn't care a
scent which side won it.
The Mexico Jjttlgtr says that on Sep
tember 3d, 1&U, that there was a heavy
frost in Audrain that destroyed tlie corn
Qtffttrmy GtzHt : Xow forty-tbrse year
ago, coyotes, badgers, racoons, Indiaa,
green-headed horse-flic. Salt river tigers,
ox-sleds, raw-bide log chains, and crass fed
fillies were the general products. Corn and
tobacco? why, it's a tight fit to raise them
The editor of the Mexico hnSytr knows
all about it. lie was there. The Bazoo
will bank on his perfect memory of any
thing that has occurred since 1812. the year
in which he came to Missouri, a, bright en
terprising lad ot eighteen. The Istthjer is
"A willing heart adds feather to the
heel." Jomto'i itnUiie.
Then a shanghai chicken has the most
willing heart of anythirg we know of.
"We shall find that it in less di Sen It to
hide a hole in a coat, l.OOOgaiaeas." Cb ton.
Give as those guineas hand rem right
over, and shoot the coat chuck full of
Hides, tear it in two ; ye, tear in three, but
come down with those guineas.
There i ne fHneral m sad te foltow aa
the funeral of our own youth, which we
have beeH pampering with fond desires, am
bitious hope, and all the bright berries that
hang in poisonotu clatters over the pith of
Yea'm sad pity. Bat the old codgers
would just die happy to have all that fun
The manner of saying or doing any
thing goes a great way in the value of Ihe
Write as a check and say you will give it
to us, for instance.
Dr. Cuaaaughtoa is daily receiving
iavitations from ladies to attend them
at their residences. Owing to the
Doctors immense practice, it is impos-
sibje for him to comply with these re
quests, ami all who wish, must consult
him at his office. Ilgen House.
DR. COXNAUGHGTOX WILL
DELIVER LECTURES TO PHY
SICIANS EVERY THURSDAY
AT2n. . NONE BUT RESPECT
ABLE' PHYSICIAN NEED AP-
PLY. ADMISSION FEE; FEFTY
DOLLARS. -a- -
pstnecniei virtue m U!,;,,! of the same color, aiiiivar on tiie i " " ";
, forever before l,i eves, first imitations for fall wear! i "'ih "U o tne worKnouse yestentuy to
T.,. ii;.u :.. ii.: i., ,..t. ... I work about three months for the city. His
A Column of Small Talk for our
soi:nov is DIVINE.
Pains brings usmore than pleastirt" ;
Tears com tort more than wine;
tiriefsliand are foil of treasure,
And sorrow is divine.
The nightingale that's making
Night happy with his strain,
Ills little heart is breaking::
He sings to still thepiiu.
Better than hushing folly,
(ay songs and wassails nle,
They tuneful melancholy,
O met nightingale !
I have no ear for gladness
When thou with song !o-t make
Such rnptureoiit tif sadness
Such traiispirt of heart-break.
Home rulers scolding wives.
The fashionable coi (Tore tor warm weath-
er is pufls or braids, worn verv high on the;
. ...i ' - "
A single loop of colored ribbon, sewed on
Double pipings of two colors, or two '-"J , " J'
V..na..a I . - . ... . i t-aa'aint Slllfaa lli la.f ftll ltfV lrtt liar ll.
Just alnil the rinlit
ti e hand of the w.arer, to hold up the ! ? as .v watchui eluded all eflorts at
jrajn iiieteetion. I.itt hmiing things too warm
"A cast-iron grandmother" is not an op- i ,,,r U'lln hK '"f a Kansas and
probrious epithet ; it is simply the trade jSl 'W1'"1 xl nrs" "I. and was
name for the new machine for knitting M lt lo
Stockings. j TJIK KANSAS 1'KNITKXTIAKV
"Am I not a little pale?'' inquired a lady for two years. Heing a cripple iu one arm
who wm short and corpulent of a crusty ' and a quiet and exemplary convict, he
old bachelor. "You look more like a big i out after about thirteen' months i:n
lub," was blunt reply. j pris.iiiii.ent, and went to live at Warren
Mitteas of eau de Suede are worn iitli Imrg. Here he plied hisohl trade, made :i
morning costumes in Europe; they are ' mistake, and got taken in and was sent to
long, slipover llie liau.l wttliout Pinioning
and reach above the elbow.
The little curling love locks and fan
tails which the ladies wear scramh d
down over their lore heads are in la-h-oii-able
circles called "Montagues."
M Omintis deel ires tliat the Parisian
ladies are serious! v injuring their health
by wearing high heels. This is an omin-
. - tilt tt
ous warning, ami should he heeded.
Vests of linen, of nankeen, of rtripd
percale, or India silk, are made for mom-
ing dresses, and are alwavs worn with 4aee
..J?... -i- t vie L.:.i. t .....r,
cravats ala Louis XIV, with long ends.
Madame Christine XiIon will ,oon
i.-ir.. i f-.i i!
Slll III UCIIill, llll ItlMalllJV A.illCltaft
ster has entered into an engagement for the
winter season a the Paris Italian Opera.
A wonrm who had not h-.cn invited to a
wedding in Koine, New York stole the wed
ding cake through the pantry window
and gave it to the crowd outside of the
Carcas,ian woman are selling their
g!orious hair in onler to provide funds for J which 1 have jjotitive knowledge, Ir.
ihe wounde.1 soldiers Some of their ujim:lll ,,jltnn ias pruven hinlf a
Klon IW ,R ki"fil1 Pl'.v-"- Swrly ,ix mouths
' " fitgo, during his stay in Lynchhurir,
At LmdaflT, X. II., is ihe grave of a ':l .niplit.l to the Doctor for nietii
Mrs. Hronson, who lived in three cen- tre;ltlUt.t . ..ter psrfecAv U::-f-tunes.
She was horn su loUo, and died in , " -
1SU1. It is said that there are but three ' nosinjf niv ts.;. and pronouncing as
similar c.res on record.
. . . ,
M lie I J A.!!.!. III. filial ai.aaill-
ter of Prince Fiederiek Charies of Prussia,
now iu her twentieth vear. i soon to be
marrie.1 to ihe hercditarv lirand Duke of
Oldenburg, a lieutenant in the Dragoon
"Xo, ( IergV," she said, in response Io
his ipiestion, it is not true that a string of
new belt buckles iu a shop window would
make any woman lose a train ; hut," she
added, musingly, "sometimes she may have
to run a little."
Dr. Thoburn Methodist missionary.
writes from I alcutta that an active
ire re -
;ivat is in progress mere miring tne verv
.. . . t .l ir .i .ha
lollest part of the vear. In live month 'lw
HT.-ons have public! v sought salvation
- . - - . .
most of them sailors.
When we iree an item, headed "Ivy Poi
soning," we know some wrsoii has been
imisoned by ivy ; but when we we uVife
Poisoning," the wife is not Ihe prisoner.
but the poisoned,
language is ours.
When ymi see a woman standing on a
kitchen chair, looking up, at a ragged hole
in the plastering, while she holds-, a hi tu
rner in her right hand and her left thumb
in her mouth, there is yuiir chance for a
candid opinion about the nail works.
Two young girls, in a fit of religions en
thusiasm, have drowned themselves in the
miraculous well at Marpingen, in Phenish
Prussia. The miraculous power of the
well a recent Ultramontane discovery
gave rise .1 short time ago to painful dis
closured which necessitated the interference
of the police.
Perhaps the prettiest fashion is the uni
versal wearing of while for fall dress;
white grenadines, while cashmeres, and
while fnurards are: used at the sea side.
where thinner materials would be injured
by the dampness; all s iris of feather trim
mings ard exuberant ruches are used as
Nicolini, the tenor, who Italianized h s
name from the French of Nicolas, was bom
in St. Malo, France, and is the son of a
tavern keeper. The young man was en
gaged with his father, when a commercial
traveler, hearing his line voice, urged him
to study in Paris ami become an opera
singer. Tie elder brother of Nicolini had
also splendid voice, bat would not go on
the stage. Capoul, the tenor, is also the
son of a tavern keeper, proprietor of the
Capitolc in Toulouse.
Accommodation for Hindoo womn on
the Eastern Bengal Railway is receiving
unus, ro me company,
Special aad well retired waiting-rooms
ar to h nrovith-ri at tliA nrinrm:.! at.it inn
, , i - - ,
with screens placed across the platforms
leading fromthe iooa to the reserved car
riages. Sedan chain will be used in con
veying female passengers from the rooms
to the cars, and the present practice of
reserving a particular compartment by
painting on the door Reserved for native
The following lines are by a pnet who
saw a lady carrewing an infant, and re
cell the once popular wng'Td Choose to be
a Bady ?
If Time could take back all my years,
A ad give we childhood's smiles and tears,
Make me a midget in ruffs and lace
Once more a babv'i lot to tante;
Were I caiwtd by one so fair.
Think yon IM wink and crow and stare
k that bfow'd cherub did to-night?
I .1 1-1 a.ll ! '! t .
ho incn con hi wii an my ueiigui
When I would feel.the aoft caress)
Of thy eya filed with tendernem,
And a p ward gaaeon lip ami Irow,
An then 1 coahl, hnt can not now ?
Think you it then could be my lot
Near such a face, and love it not?
In Philadelphia, the "Baby" Combination
opened at the Walnut on Monday evening
last, and Robert McWade at the Arch.
At the former, Tony Pastor will appear to
morrow evening, and will be followed by
John McCallongh on the 10th. At the
latter. Mint May Rowanl will open to mor
row evening in "Hearts."
Note. Dr. Ceaaiughton. who de
votes his eatire attention' to diseases of
the Throat, Lung, Heart and chrouic
diseasea peculiar to men and women,
can he coaaalted personally or hy let-,
fer, "daily, at'bie aMjlical parlor at the
Dfiea House. " Hours, 9 toU. Sun-
A Relation of tho Presidsnt
to the Work House.
The K-uas City Tiuv. relates a rem irk
alile story whieh mav or may not Ur al-
together true. It says however tint some
tour or live years ago Jim Hayes wa one
f the gayest and Inst looking fast youL'is
in Kaiis.ts City. He had lots of "money
and sp-tit it freely, and, of course, he had
lots of friends. Ieing tall,, good lookim;
lam! well dres.-ed, ami iKisscssing all the
! ittriimtes nf a yuiiii4 iiuii of f:isltion mid
.vallh. he soon made his way into the best
f soeietv and became a favorite with a
; certain select crowd of girls then all the
rage among the fast kid gloved boys in
! ti.-.vn. Hut Jimmy Hayes went h:tck on
liis credentials. That is he did not sus
i tain the reputation laid out for him in hi?
; letter of credit. He is -aid to be of the
; same family and di-tantly related to the
' Kutiiert'ord H. Il-iyes, of F.eiuotit, Ohio ;
I out this may be merelv the idle rumor or
the bar room or the subterfuge of a youag
I tt ?. .1 r r . ?
, ' tl "', " J 7' r ' r ;
dent Haves or the son ot a tortv-seeond
: ..- ,i
terestmg. He was suspected while here
tud moving with the fast boys of town to
be interested in some of tlie many horse
stealing transactions of this section, lie
the renitentiarv at Jetlcrson Citv lor t.vo
years. He again received favors and was
sent to some coal mines o-erated in the
State and served as bookkeeper aud got rp-lea-edun
the three-fourths time commuta
tion rule, and turned up in Kansas City
wttli lots ol mouev ami "ootl clothes sn,j:i
! after his
I .L4avk. M mm' I 41il i
I fr , . , . . . ,
',e ,M a8aml Bli,de U"u1 aa,c"aib,e ,to
, W! J"K . .
rorkhotwe to work out hue ot -, which
wul take about three m mths. lie :s a t 1 1
L1LVSK 1 ROM Till: l'KN.
... ao, irre . ,u,s ,e .
go.nl loi.king young ma., ot about .,0 years
! of ae, an I has received a tine educati n.
.,. . ...
ins career w a wn i one, out. lie win oe
ipiile tame befote Sheppanl gets dune with
An Eminent Virginia Lady Write.
From Miss Klijibotit A. McDaniel
the Authoress of Yellow Branch,
Campbell County, Virginia :
In mv case, and iu other cases of
i many heloi e Uuu nail done, my iiisnise
j consumption, he pioicssed himscU aide
to cure me. i oil will not
that I was exceeding skeptical coii-
t eerniiiff any such nanny resnlls. wlicn
T . . . - .. a'
j I rcnienilwred that alt eiuilient Jiliysi-
ciati liatt tried Unv ami laititiuiiy io
cure nu aud had failed, and that hx
years? had jjoue hy in fruitle-s endeav
or on my part to regtin lost hcalllt.
Nevertheless, I was entirely satisfied
that Dr. Omnatighton cuttld material
ly iH'tudit me, and therefore I lit onto
employed him. At tho time I sought
1 1 - : ..... tlu filniost iinicprsnl nnin-
i. ... , ,i i t
ton of those who knew me well, that i
.... ... ,. ',
a a... ...im. a.. m ...at. ...m.rii.t
wiMiin ii:irn in .1 iirti iinriiiiis. .
myself, though of a resolute and de
termined disptisitinn, was, on account
of having battled so long, mnl so nn
fncccssfuily with my disease, almost
witliout theshaduvvv comfort of hope.
' wns very weak and much emaciated.
with .frequent aud copious discharges
of hlood stained mucus from mv riht
luny;. and my nervous system an-entire
wreck. Now ail friends and ac
quaintances seem to think that an -almost
miracle has been, worked in my
ease: my lunsard greitlyi improvetl,
and I am rapidly gaining, flesh, ami
strength, while mv nervous svstem
rerv nearly approaches a rcallv healthy
condition. I am thankful indeed that
Dr. Connaughton came within my
reach. Wherever he may go, ami
whatever may overtake him, he shall
have my warmest gratitude. That
?ustice m.iy be done Dr. Connaugh
ton, and for the encouragement of any
patient he may have, who has- access
to the perusal of his Southern 5! edieal
Journal, I particularly request that
yon publish this letter. '
I shall be glad to answer rev com
munication, addressed to me privately,
concerning my disease ami treatment.
Elizabkth A. McDaxikl,
Yellow Branch. Campbell Co., Va.
Note, Dr. Connaughton devotes
his entire attention to tliseases of the
Head, Throat. Lungs, Heart, Blood,
and all Chronic Eiseases of men and
women : also, -.all operations in Minor
and Capital Surgery, and c;in be con-
t suited personally, or by letter, drtilv, .at
his CONSULTATION PaKLORS, a the
jj H Sedalia, Mo.
! em , . n T. a
HOURS. V to J, o to 0.
12 to 2. Addre" P. Walter Con
naughton, SI. D., IMr.ver 414, Seda-
! lia, Mo.
Dr- Connaaghtoirs Stay in
Sodalia it limited until Oct
5th. r '
Taken up lyJno. P. Kontronz liv infr in BUw-k-water
Township Pettis County Mo. on thCth ttiy
of ISepfeinlier 177, and otel lefire James
Te cue. n iy nor mine riraniei on inc
ln shoisWer with
tit letter J
hands high supposed to l two jeurs iM ai'pr
el at flortv dollars bv A. U. Winier: T. U. Ifa'
Meld n(l Jno. A. Tamif. Jams Tkaocs. J. P.
September 61I1, 1TT. -l-tt
SU BIFF'S SALE Mi TBUSTKE.
WliereaoJohn It. Sliller, Matt 10 M. Fletcher and
Hor.i,eB. Fleteher.bv th-jirecrtaindi-ed or trust,
Ltted th 17th day of May, 187, and reeonl
cd in the Brconler's office of Pettis comity, Mo,,
in trust deed record, binik 11. ob pte"2ni;oi.nv v
ed to Kii'hanl P- Oarreit,as;ir,iwfe,l theirn:tir.
title, interest and estate, in ami to the following
dexribed real estute. Hitktutel iu the-county of
petlis :iih1 .Statu of Missouri, viz; Lot number
three,:?, and lot number seven. 7. iind the 'east
lialf of lot number eight, S.aU ia hlork forty-cixhf,
4i. oti the smith wide1 of the Pacific railroad, in the
city of Sedalia, which Mid coaHyiv."wa made
in trust to secun the rmvuient of aeertain proRiis
sorv note in saiddewl deenhed, and whctva9;aid
note haa lon siice Ijecome.due and i.-yet uniil ;
and whereas, by the provirionw of said deed of
trnt. tlie iinderoij3l. iwUnir tieritt uH lVtii-
county. 31".. iHpoale.l an.l made the siK-ce--..r
in trust inniso theiial Riclinnl P. Uarrett
should rrfnse toaet, or he disabled from act iuu'. bv
reason ot hi ak-onew fram.UK! aaid Qoiiwblot Pet
tis; and whereas, the said H1eh:rd P.t'Jrtrrett U
nernuineittly ahwn front tmiti awimtr T PeHis and
from the. Stale of Missouri, aad btnanbltoaeta.s
tniste herein ;'hor, tiie rt fore, at We request of
the MMfl bolder of aaid UiP,aiid.iu..piiBaaee i.f
the term of said deed of trust, public Jiotice i
hereby gi rea that th iifWlernMrneil ri!l pmeoed t
m-H the above deaerilwd real estate ta court
Kmsedonrin the'eitjr of'Seifaha. in tlMcoiiiitv of
PeUi. 8tMteoi MtMOBrt. afornaaUio ttatt Uighest
bidder fot cash, at' public awliou, ou Mondar. thu
Sil tay of October. A. I-. 1W7. between, tlie hour
of nine in tlie- forenoon ami Mve theaftenit on of
that tlav. to satisfy aaid note, together witlj tha
eot and expeatebf exeeutiiiff tnia Hrisi.
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ShenlTof Tettis cpuaty,iIo.
Saastoaa BothwtU, attray,