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J. WE8T GOODWIN, ;
Xd itor a nd Pre p rietoi
SEDALIA. MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 30. 1877.
! DAILY BAZOO
j Tlie oldest daily pa jut in the city, ar 1
:-:tsive!y read throughout the centra!
-i:m of the State, ly business men, anc
... .in ci.oM?, ii oners inuiu-cmcut?
- Iverti-crs a the hot medium throng!;
!.ieu to reach the public.
i -i i
THE GRAIN TRADE
The Ihuwicml hits very properly
: called the attention of our business
tuoii to the great advantage
would reuit to trade from an etlort to
Too much rain is a Ceres affair to
Congressional wil has begun to play
in the house.
n gram center.
agricultural community like ours clc-ierlv ;,.
valors, and the entcrpri.c-s which they)
Id an pride is the nnael of Fashion-
1IKI At 7'. oVloelc Saturday mnniinff, J
Butli Trader, infant daughter of I frnrge C.
and Annie Heard, in the thin! year of her'
It may be rnn-nlatimi to i ho furrowing '
parent In knurr that their little one U in '
FREAK OF A MANIAC.
TERMS OF SUNDAY 0RNIN BAZOO:
iifvar, - . - $5(J
HONORS TO THE DEAD
MARS AND, VENUS.
A BRAKE MAN'S DEVICE.
An Insane Woman'. Fight for Lib- j A Monument to the Memory or, A Decided Senaation in a M ilitarv '
ort- tha First Cumberland Pro.byte Institute-A Pretty Girl in thei Somethins Drops ,n G"P of
rian Missionary in Missouri An Role of a Soldier-sh t.. ! J-iveiy Times in a Rail-
the Infar.try Line-Adventures of !
u W.,,.,,- -a. '
1 I ..... I ..,. -I 1-.. W II - tr Vn. n a T ....I. '
ii.iui .Mill i m i .. ... riiu. .rt....... ... .-.T-..,.. m:, ........ iiiiri Kcm
Heaven, hat th-ir heart, are iuless heavy, of Saliiic'wnnir.'tra brought lo this Itgiotts Intercnt.
nor lh'h ift to keen. The tlii.l.T of an Irt i ctl, i..,,, v. .i .
' iaturally in?iro, me the urt iuijKirl- I ne ( olonido petrifaction was a very
ant factors ot htt-::ies pi o-nnrity. '-rrave discovery.
(T:iey sujjdemenl:i trade w hich can hei
had m no other way. inealmojl unex
ampled growth of fcfedaiia i to he at-
tiihutahleto cause? which in a measure
'aif'l, ,Mfls a M,a")l7 w,, 11 mint fr mania. Just rs the waenn nn- i,- ? ,, ...
.inc tirh.-s ihelMit of a home, ami Whn all ... . . , J' 5- . 11 w!..ni the memory o: J.t-
that r,ndcrci life lirI. has hided r- '... ts. . J.! ? oppone me , lltre ate Iefl
v .in n I ill iiiiin ciriMl J ii.ivi: fl-AM
A ttrrejH.i.Jvnt ,f the Uazoo writi
(amhstta i the
Tniin of France.
The Ftvnch, like their champagne,
have io-i their vitality, and som.-thiiii: 1 r.ro alw.-rys in a fizz.
J else i? remtired to "iy thai viorouj "7T" mmm
nit' iuacK ncpj iii .mericaii poll
ti.s are the darkies..
- TO SUBSCRIB ERS
Yc have adopted and will Mrictly adhere
to the fullowinp; rules:
All sulKcriptions for the Wrxrn.v IJao
must be jiaid for in advance.
All pajers will hepronjtIystopjK,dnpoi
the expiration of the siihsciiption, unless
notitleation of icnewal. :uvoii:ji:uiied by the
cah, is reivivetl previous to .-ueh expira
tion. The time of expiration is printed with
each direction, and snlcrilrs may rc.l as-surc-d
that the pajer will b" jtnmipth
'opjH.'d at that date. "
PHILOSOPH Y OF THE PULPIT.
As the wcrld advances in learning
and civilization, religion iiecomes a
scietice. It is divided into creeds, and
creeds are but the deductions of rea
son. It is no reflection upon the puri
ty of public morals to say that con
science is the creature of education .
and of late years, it has been nip and
tuck between the devil and the saints,
to see which would get the best of it.
The press, the pulpit and society
are denouncing the immoral tendencies
of the age. Good men and women
shudder at the rapid strides infidelity
is making, and wonder why the sim
ple faith and pure consciences of their
youth, are not reproduced in their
children. They fail to ierceivc that
the instruction given them is different,
and the example set for imitation is
no wise the same. An illustration of
this revolution in moral sentiment is
-strikingly exhibited in the ministry.
The clergy no longer preach ; they dis
cant upon moral phenomena. Their
discourses are the scientific deductions
of mental philosophy, and are as
much above the intellectual compre
hension of the young as TyndalPs
analyses of material physics, or Hux
ley's theory of generation. The
quaint and homely lessons of the
bible are regarded as the relicts of an
ignorant age, when religion appealed
to the conscience. For eighteen hun
dred years the Catholic church ha
preserved her influence over the minds:
and consciences of its believers through
the signs and symbols which were cm
ployed hi an age of superstition to
will mankind to fealty io Christianity.
Through all the centuries and ages
which have intervened- since, her
power has -never been lost nor her in
fluence diminished. Xo infidels spring
from the bosom of the mother church.
On the contrary protestantism inaugu
rated an era oi reason. It scorn
ed Roman delusion? and put. its
foot upon the symlxds hallowed by
centuries of reverence, and step by step
as it rose in ethics, it was lifted lo that J
plane of infidelity from which Mill
launched his cold and cruel philosophy
and from which Tvndall has ''pro
tracted his vision backward to the be
ginning ot creation." Like the spir
itualist who materializes the vision of
the fleshless skeleton until there is
nothing left but a vapor of the dead,
so the modern minister has analyzed
our faith until there remains to us
nothing but an abstraction of philoso
phy. Men are prone to specu
late in morals as they do in
material science. There is no limit
to the conjectures ot the mind. If
once the unfettered reason is turned
loose to range unguided and at will,
it is as apt to start upon its pilgrim
age from a premis as utterly irrational
iu religion, as was the dream of the
alchemist or -the search for the phi
losophers stone in science.
What we wast from the pulpit is
the plain and simple teachings of the
bible ; those moral lessons.which like
the sermon ou the Mount win their
way to the heart in language so terse,
io truth to pluin that the young and
the old may understand it
The murderer who lifts his
hand against a life the robber
who despoils his fellow man
of his property never considers the in
fluence which his act may exert upon
society ; neither will the rationalist be
influenced to good or witheld from
evil by his ability to analize'the grand
eat moral truths in the universe. The
people want raorekoBesi downright
faith1 more of - the1" bibie-and 'less
liniHWe to business which this v-
hati.tio:i has occa.-ioned. it is true
that th Narrow (Jauge railroad from
this citv to Warsaw will secure an in- i,., ., ..;,,.;(, f.nui,t
- - ... -... - -valuable
trade, and tend largely lo .
the development of thecity. liut this I -Mormon dkciple find their relfcion
is oulv an additional reason whv we " ,nn?Pr profitable.
should utilize to its utmost capacity
Virtue and I from the .Military Iimhute. at lxinn
i . . " '-r"""9
away. The w.-.rld own..! when Unf. witIl a IU vI. ... nn - , , r.ooienc,, never unrein,:, lei n v a , Uetails a remarkahle e,,ode which
of the UoaM.re which made i: lad. The ,.W ,.avi icr ; h . venl honor iu the, ha. come near destn.ymg the traditional
little "irl.wh..- death has made .ad the ..,,, " Ik. .He.1 with the idet numw M. ,""0, ,,,e ",rwl Mn' l of that famous institution.
he;oi of -.11 who knew her, was an only ,a, W3 , ,K. killM," and her -Irn-ale T kn0"fn' ' "mthT ,n s,ilc of that the most soheit-
child, reins. fcnl.1,. for he-leauiy and wis, , ,v Wa;mplv trrri,,,(, T,K. n,'w f, na l"K? nliw; The IUw W o,w care oWrvetl to keep it, morals
iiins w:,vs. The iduvthin-of frieiuU and uwrd ictraini rouUl all ' f" rrflrt ',on " view ol ihe tact pure, it has not been exempt from an inei-
niaiiws, and the j.iid? and ..n of ihe JIM: infant Kt i-v that on the !h ot next monlhll.ere will lie, Sent which is liable to occur in the Im
ir i .unveitcit at t .ilnmlMLMii Johnson eoiiutyt regulated eel(es, as will .is fimilu.
Jlf-I II 11" . .i ..?.!. . !
a uioniiiHciib in me inemorr oi one oi me leweii. However. Irnm ? il,:r,w.,i.:.. i r
l : - - . - . , r - . . - I
tvro lives into wh. l.oarls she Inden pt a: fis j;lo
like a llower. Iiltin-, tor them, the whole ' h-,,,,1 i. U- H,o .w.;,! nl,, nf
iirii in . ... . . . -
- - I , a. . - . MrlV HlllIXllia lilAIUkJ.: f ill -. . .1 . fkniliff tli. ...r.v-.l.. t I - .
. - t . iuuv4Te wiiji mmr. ine nneie oi ner i. i . . -. i ....i.i, i- ,- ri'pua- rcierreu io ntiit nm n
" " i ne iiiumc, oi uie miivitiitii niwavs ....... .. . wa -i... i.... ..,-. ,..1 .
ciiiniiMi i.mUiT was use sweetest miMC . j,Jn, a ,ovn ,!ow with here!enchei fit . " ".-uii-ii an event without prcce-
uin. mi- nini mm' unii hi me annais 01 military life. And
rut: p.rv. itouKRT morrow. it must be understood nilllm i:f
they tiad ever heanl-the prattle of her nvrv lick btinnin-bh-xl. lh,? a 1
! baby Hii. a inelndy no words can express -..i 1.- . .1. .1....V1..1 i..
I - , ....i, iivi iii-iixiii lliillllldi ui ,ipi . . . - ... ,, , ,. Ii. ...
'now. :,!:,! billed in deth. Hie Mihtlellip f , tnanUr she ir,,aldv would- y " read like a ro. eludes the ri,. of reparation a. well as
Iiuiltf an.hl; the light of the bine eyes is; i.nr.. MIftwPli,si In m,i.; i...r ami mwiniw giner-iuonH wiuen w. i- Know that feminine skill and
I .1.. I l .1. in 1 r. . " 1"'
the grain trade of Petti? ( taunt v and!
The wither Rmh it extremelv .!ifH.,:,1T,iI,wl f,?,Mlh "cnt "'l''1 the "
. . , , 1 bloom of the rounded eheek" froren with ,.,,,,,1,
the South-v.et. The district of coun
try which could then le made
to supjtiv the market at Setlalia,
would Iw it large as that from which 1
; eult lo please everyliody.
ie as-it.ince prr.iiiptly iven by a
;are to come after him. a biography of tact have achievml remarkable result.
Those who pass the autumn of life
wed old ae and loneliness.
ie rigid se.l which knows no warmth
Like a ray of Minhine, which fevers for a
number oi gontlcmeii present. It too
, four men to
, wonderful energy, thrilling cxjieriemv, and war. Minerva, it is said, lcaid full pano-
ine miini m n miura.u which no niweili- piim nun
lit- eaiiild daunt, and no tnNfortiine suli- aiixkh cac-a-pik.
j moment on .1 world which grows bright in jS,P wa. taken to the tJarrison House bull 'l Wa" w,l,,ernpNH . ,r,.,n., hd f Je. Diana had some
1 us pn-sriHT, nun iai.es imo gioom, .o tuis,...r ,-,.;.. ..niwln m..K r;..!.,f 1 ... im-ir aiiimiign sue was more
HOLD IIKR is Tin: WAOOX.
and great river draws her inexhaustible I
i .r - " " --. - i.-., -... r 1 ... 1 ..n.-.l.-I.I. - . .. .
L-. - 1 ... 1. . . , nine me wiiit 11s 11:00111, ami iH-autv. anl ' ti.., M.....i ... ,i. i- . ...t ,.- - mnununi ami ""t.iK as a uiiniress,
on iiN-u Mii;tiiig ;irc mi imizer iiiej . .. .. . . 1 ...i..ri m- inmv .-uiiiiu. anu -1- ,
o r 1 . . ...1 1.... 4 .IT. . . 1 .... ..1 - 'll ll'llll
. it 1 - ii.(tiii-ii iiiil 111 1 1 11 . .iiiii 1 t:i-xiii riwnv. . 1 . r. . . . I . - . . r
chief oniaments if fashion.
leaving no sign.
applies. The Southwest is destined j The Czar is Russian his victories loo
to Ik; the granary of Missouri, and Sc- j fnt to plettM! the Turk now.
dalitt ir- naturally the liest point for it j g,... mU(1 Ii!;e ft re,.uil)U Ji:
distribution. From here it has e- I11)t much thicker than water.
vin:? tt XiU'll'.nrn ! ocrnwi inl '
by our conteinjMirary to aceomj
tins elevators are iimiMiensioie. UJice
A few nights .ince,during the prevalence
of the rainy spell, a Height train to which
.1 number of stock cais tilled with cattle
were attached. w;is eominq into Sdali:i.
As 'fiiirtl in u'h tr.iins there were a num
b.Tofir.r.i in thee fno-ie ; stockmen hai:ig
charge ot' the cattle. The night w.n wet
and cold and the hrakeman exjuxed to ihe
drenching t'lements, wa chilled to the
Ihmjc. In his frequent visit to the ea
Inxve he found th:it the drovers had
.MXoi'M.KO TilK STOVK.
and having drawn up in a eir.de around it,
were enjiying themselves regardless of
the discomfort of everybody else. The
hrakeman niale several ineftcctual cfl'orts
to get to the fire without avail, and at last
comjilained to the conductor. The func
tionary, however, could give no advice.
The men had a light in the caboose, and
if they weic impolite enough to take com
jilete jto-cssion of the stove, he wx unable
to drive them -iway. The hrakeman liow
ingevyr was tor giving it up so, and resolv
ing oh a course which he thonght would
11TURU THE KOUIXIMITV
of the drovers, he at once proceeded to put
r. -. . n . - . .
11 niiti e .-item 1011. io(iiiseni,neprocurela
small torpedo, which is used upon railroads
lo give alarm of danger when the darkness
or fog render red lights invisible, snd very
quietly dropju-d it down the stove-pipe.
The exp!isit!i was not long delayed. The
torjedo went off like m cannon. The doorof
the stove went one way, the lop another.and
t. I r I I t V -- ir -
The genius of
and paw,l away, ; ,,fl on .,, n.cwb ... ,f "ion wa at most unknown he e me Joan . Ate tol ihe victorious Kr,nch
I Kntu n ion-t and prairie missionary 01 f "irougii eamjiaigas of renown and the
The funeral will take jd-iee at half pa?t j Mrs. lla -anl has onlv been out oi the' i3"' ,,rt:,"ins sI;m1 ll!nKi a"d waiter- lwndiearted Klizalth uiwheatluil the
2 o'clock Ihi- afternoon from ihe reidenee' 35v,llu a wwk' iavj., v I n icht "! "" deeiinf charity and loveJ wnnl of the King to rejK-1 the invasion of
f the ,,arents . muW Uke a ttee plante.1 in the Ami he lcame the .S,.aniard. In ,.ose wild days, when
J.M.r..,iIv ..rt p... .i. ..f." landmark 111 the civilization ol the West, the l.ticcanms were .1 terror to the main.
Accident 1 ... " - , " I and all who cane within the shelter 01 his
Little Robbie Smith, son ,d K.J.S,ith, ' " ' " 10 iw iniuence, found love
an attornev of this citv. met with an am--" """-I'lV " wnimc maiaiiy u
lent last eveiliil. wliieh ii nut wri'iiii lnl
! ...:!. 1 1
I .infill, n.1.1 Willi x.. srtiWEK OVTIir l;m WOMKX IN blSOnSt?. m:in li:.l.-ii.w! t.v ll,..7i- naJTcln..n
. ....... . ... 1 r .. ..... - . XT. mz. Q1- n. n. - - -- - - "
llfi is 11 nolo l're!flriit. who. tvtll nn. lie w.ts wim a lime comtniiioii.swiiit'in. ; r 1 1 r . Wl.i- tl.An U.,...M 1 . -1 .11 ... , vt...i'J il. .n.in.. i. .,i..i
i. 1 - t .1 "" i . - r---r. iTs aiianieii ov nature lor 111 amnniis .-uxum oui ioe.sniu 001 nun- .-.' ....... v i-ni.
Illllll. .11111 L1..1III lfV-"IIIS lit: . n w . nn I u vnl in a n-l.nn l'.vl.l... ...V .1 I 1. I . . ... i , ..
" " neriaKe io leiorrn iftpnnninvific t w -..v.. im hi, mi--
accumulate, other enterpritns neces- jlntchof the gate striking him ju-t above A Writ of Suparscdoaa Granted by
to it will spring I They only allow one chair man to a ! '' Ie,t -.Vl,i cutting a g.ish two or three1 the Supremo Conrt The Road to
co-nmercial resour-,'standiiiff committee in Conirres?. i inches long. The wound wxs attended to bo Restored to Its Owners.
n n i .. n i .. . Iiv Dr. trader, and the lmv will ifl alonn- nn !. w..1.1 .hmi f n ...... f ti ... - .. 1 .the stove and have von all rnmfirt.ilili
ma nt ?rtll.l nilirinHivl iiv flmco! - - I - n-- - r. i." -v.... n..ii . .uin ui juim . m lie inci.H in lli- i-it. -m : . .: .
" ........ ... . .... - i - t ... ..1. . .- ... , , . ...... . -J "f
- . - . ' I tie reason Sittino- linii wruiblirt iiKfjy. no uouut. . me reruns oi iim laoors nave grown into, reiaieii ov me corrvsoonJent of tl.i It
aitXJliaries Ot tlirttt and industry, "lll ..' . Mr. .Smith, the father of the hov.isat Yt-tenlay the .Supreme Court, silting in such gie.it achievements, that now, after are as follow
go on multiplying until
ru, juisiern anu i
liut as suggested Some men never learn to pray Ik-- 3"
rarv to accomplish .' the word isn't sjH'It right. tW.
: returned with added violence. heart, he wa in resjec!.-
' live in character, get:
romanee llirilt urilti fl.a .t....n..... .. .
... ... ...i.i .1. ' .nr. i.ii r .-. ill a :iiiini in . I iiirooTinnn
and coufort. Posi-'lw.--
ierou in mind and .. i ... . , ... ... . :..t -ii n.rii nt ii. ...
. !-. i . i triMiuranee uumicii tneir lol!ower lo ile unvai.raiucnMuiiKuw
., httcd to become a f r i. i.owcrs io tm. , h f . . . . ... .
. .a. ,ney were ctamore.1 loudly to be let out. The brake-
:i and the
. . ... .... . . . i -it r.i ' .-..1 ...... ...i.. . . .
i woik, lesx sirenginciiei nv eninusiMMiii tor tary insniiiie, at Lexington Va. have a - ...-, u jm uini
his calling, Robert Morrow might have i female .student? The fact that it Van in-1 ,:!',' , , , ,, - , , . .
failed in accomplishing much. But his cident full of romantic interest will ruber S coaI mterposeil the hrakeman.
was a alien and a mind, indeed, whereiaugme.it than diminish its polmlaritv es- thw way sometimes. Heveral men
everr 'iod did seem to set his seal, and ' neeiallv anion valine ... .r , '. k" ave U-en killeil by it : but I'll right up
,. , . -, T,e reason Sitting Hull waiihhrt doubt,
d industrv, will , . . , .. rr ii, ti,..
. . treat; he s joined the Murphies. i .Smith, the
I no town in the I J 1 Hot Spring, Ark.
West will present such inducements to The shining hours of a Imot black j
population and capital. It is unques-Jare from rosy dawn to dewv ere.
tiouahlv true that we are better situ-'
ite.l oeoL-ranhieallv for such untler-. MVU crazy iKHStuse
. - .i . . . ,
takings thTin our bordor rival. Its re- ,ne-v naveu 1 n.V wnere else to go,
all artificial its.
trudfi is made, ami ttiat too, under frequent as ipiackery in medicine
.lifliculties which we will never have ""? -
to encounter. The arain districts Iv
ing a-l around us will naturally send for lvit and vulgarity for ftnaiwifr.
. Itink.oii the application of the Hoard of . "ie 'aI halt a century, no riml canr
tlHrectors. uranteil a writ of sutier.eilejs to ' During the last year a young gentleman
A Darkey va Views of Matrimony, the (ircuit Court of Chillioithe. and upm! ,T '! . , amed rred. .Henry, and his younger
: i i i - ,,.: v. . i i. i.i im- r m.-.,ji , , . , : - iireiuiT m.iicu, was urouier, nenrv iienrv. enteretl the uiilitarv
,1 old M,so &,kM bright- the filing of n M.,0,000 bond, r.tore.1 the j lhc gM Cumberland1 Presby teriai, mhUm-1 i.wtilute at lixington. nTTmUny .'III
ilutnns with the subjoined f ce-. road to the poseAioii ol the directors. Tbi I arr lo Missouri, -nd settteil in Johnson I claimed to reside at Nashville Tunn
lion incident : Idoes awar with the ivceivcndiiu of Mr. I county, where now is the town of C'oluiu-i paid their tuition fix months in advance
A mloixtl citizen of this republic. ac- Sidney McWillianH. and neutralizes for the li "J roni thai ue up to ihe j Iheir 'conduct was, m no Mt, noticeable, j
The staid old
ens its ci
"Don't trouble vourse'f." the drovers
cried in chorus. "Catch me around that
stove again. I'm going on top."
And ho they all did.
The hrakeman Hon had the tove in run
ning order again, and passed the night in
SETTLING AN OLD GRUDGE.
Quackervin i-mnialism is alioiit as I .I'L'T?" i . v" :J!!r.,C,',T,, I;,lwn 4,1 Iprm-at, theonlerof Judge Itroaddus,
- Lit- iriiift.i: f i i 1 1 c in i ii i 4 1 n k. -a i'tm
. : .. i .i . . . t .r. .
iniii tin ouire oi a ju-liix oi ine ie:iCi ai.il
iircfariug liN ie:nni!;s with a roll of curien-
great manv tieople mistake slan"1. si;,5,!..: v 'iv"1 u worl so for.
a j- tn. nv. .m I rR'i Il'lil'vi
U.r produce .o .1 .ii-: ,.,,, Wmilmii- MM y uWXliM'
. 14 . , " - - Othcer Conn
1 has dinv di chile to do wall long 'uoiigh
j period of Iim death, which occurred in ami the delicate beauty of the vounger as
'. I une, 18t!9, he labored zealously in the pirant for war's rough honors excited no oth
I ministry. He died at the advanced age of , er remark than that he was scarcly lilted bv
Mrs. Van t'ott is not the sort, of a
. . ii ii .
1 neai!iiviiit wnirn win in iu:u war wm ia iuc ri. u a; a irAfhAaVMcninnn-k
he siiplied will r.ficct overy material woman who can he called "Maggie." j Atlanta rt,.,;iaih,rt : "Here, take the
interest of our business men fur good. .r. . . . - , , , 'pencil," were the dying wonls of Mr. Win.
It. will pnfmonev in cir,ulation, which lf toKXtu& bank has shoner, Uteeihtor of the Rome Courier.
- It1IIj.iI I t-Liiwlri- 1 1 v. k I 1 1 ffl... .1-....-... ft- f. . . - f . . ... ..
.1 1 c 1 infunw -ni; uvinii- r.u oiittrier. 111s laiuer. re.aies ma. on me
in no other wav cm reach farmers ami 1 . . "" . "
its. night ot thsiteathol liisoii mi li'jiiie,hiwife
, at home in Kufattla, Ala., nwoke him asking
A SID ACCIDENT.
ur yi, ung j,ll((uhlcr.
to profitable use. -' "IL 1 -- friend died at 1.-I0 by the lime .it Ilnnie . Ha, nlF and on, for several vears. He Ls
. Eastern colleges are giving more at- Ml- gorier knew .f her ill- soalt.w,,.u ,n.M.ate.l in his habits, hut the
ob Ingersollsletterisa very Pain-? lcn;OM to lhiys mules than to their iS.-v " ihatdn- impivJimi ' ,lAZ:0 lie may ,.r.vo himself an
lor the t thiee months, a a hrik Pt iheir residence down at the wrong place.
He has U-en in ami alnuit Si-da- A on TOa -TU8nea a taiM : the gray beariLs of the college regarded
tradesmen and add hundreds of thou
sands of dollars to our commercial I It would be difficult for a tnmori ti.;
weallh. It is a suggestion that do- to find .Sdalia, now, f.r the mud feel that Willie ir dead.' He looked and
serves to be considered, and if possible holes. found it !:!." by hi- time
... ' t
till thnwr itf flirt .tt" iiL f )kitiv. i !. I ... I.. ..?..?.! ..........I. I. . ! t..at.wt
.... ...... .... ...w... ... w........ iw nrl, a.u- urn 0111 i-iu j..- ..1 i..i: mo-, rrm l. i;i.nu, r U, It,,!,,,! mrtw . .i ." " "
nmd of dep.1ri.1re m etue her u Yotngs;.v, hei-hw live that the accused ' , ,, 7 . T7-. -, ' ,,"""ujr,u " ",c jeunger iienry
den. (irant will soon have all llie:f.,,,iw '"T "!,w,:,"'s ,:i ,,l,,l'r l" l ,lMMb the guiltv panv; thai ihev wo.ke.1 ' "V wasaoiri.
.... 1. , . i r unuiiu-uiur- ..n.-i rninr . g nis was a siuniier it a mtMhell had
together 111 the Arrow It.x-k mines, and it . - ... , . . f-.i.ii , .1 T . V.l ",u,'"r,, "l
, , , , , , ' IHtwntain and the little hoy were coming to exploded at the feet of the venerable presi-
1 intra niiiiimriiMi ima inuii t . & r . .
Youinxsl not nehvt vour business : " I thiaritr on horsehacb.tlie lmv ridin? hehind coma not nave occasioned that
bonds. There's loti much credit in' . : vi.nn t....iMt :.i. Ar .i.i :r 1 - " u wt :..i.v " ..Y.. wwl gentleman any greater surn
that. Church going is looked upon by !omV . a reliable remJv at omi. lr.!
The Assailant Literally Perforated
With a Pocket Knife in th
Hands of His Intended Victim.
The I Inward County Adrrt!cr records a
difficulty which took place laat week, at the
Locust Grove school house, near ihirtou, in
that county, . which, though not fital, re
sulted in the discomfiture of the assaulting
party. It appears that a man named Pey
ton, a resident of the county, bore an old
grudge against a voting man with the name
of Craig. What was the cause of the ill
feeling is not stated, but it is safe to venture
the supposition, that in this case, as almost
in all such instances, 'here wan
A WOMAN AT THK UOtTOM OK IT.
One evening last week there were religion
servient at ll,i bpIiooI l,nn: nmt ihTltioi
L''!? ! m-. s!,nS"1:,r circumstance, and the , Craig had repaired, to store his mind with
iitiirj r were Hiimmonea 10 a comer-1 ., ,
' ence. Their answers were cvajre and su.--! re,,Suns !'lwsinKs, and keep an eye on the
I Lexington .W.-- A d accident oc-! P'cio,M "? rc cxTitMl' Ylnll? a !vwcian ! bewitching damsels, that had gone there in
iAraniBnn j.rfi.Mn . a mu uii.iueiii in. v,4tf9 ... mf.n .l.. .k ....... I: I i. r . .1.... . ..... 1 r.u
. ... ...... ,nt i.i..,i uniL- au-1 nvartii ui iit-.i-iiirvs unu rui 11111 anu a lenow
. . j f.. i.iiiii.... ne mi . .tie ,..iiivv-ii ai:e m 1 ti iiiiiniik man iiiai ne was KCarrM v
AireaiLU tor QlCHllUlf irtveirs. It has now been ileleruain.l bv natnn. to on.lnn. tl,. ..!..:'. .i...r ".
, , , . I . - . ........... w ..... 1 ii- Vi U 1 1 V3
A man iuihcI John oiing, who lives jtbe Masonic fraternity and the Church, to involved in the stern training of thcinsti-
ncar Ariow j;uc, swore mil a warrant yes-1 erect u monument to ins memory, it has.tuie. ae.-ertlie!ess everything went on
lerdav In-fore .Iiinlii-f- Ivirlitf clinrtMnw I l.r.i ' Inren contemplated at a cost of $3o0. aril smoothly, snd the devoted affeetion of tin.
. j o . -, .. , .... ------
Charles IVrs.nct stole from him in liTI, in " " 1 ... i'i ,he
. t m f 1.1 iirib .'iitir ft . . . -... ur- rfa
.I- f Il3han imirlIe, wilIl appelate in. came lo an end and the elder Iienry
iM-riminiLs It is to he imvei til bv it. M, . VPn by the faculty for the
Officer Conner made the arrest last night. Urn' at Columbus, his old home. or. the I , .T half-year. He said
,...1 1..1- .1.,.- i ir. 1... 1....:... - sit. m.;m.. ti ,.i.i -:m i.i.::.. '"""""iner uau not vet sent a remit.
who committed him to iiii to aiinearbefure I 1 hv John Vinwll. The occasion lU, l,f 3t. would write and impure
whocomm.ttwl him ojailtoapjKarfore alMorbinK interest both tu the T 'V-.,Ie,!M'w "ml kell w'inK
the.Sai.ne county aumorit.es. . ,,bretijlIW an,, t& j,,, an,, al. anil inquiring, hut
Personel denies the thelt.and says he was lnict one of the largest gatherings ever as-' T,,E bkmittaxce nkver came:
not in Saline county that year, but near Se- semhled in Central Missouri.
dalia, making brick. ThcaccuseJ is aloiii : iy.-iM:u mc ia niai inesitiueiiisimpies
:i years old, and t ingle. II has been in
the employ of Mr. L-fthmet, near ibis city,
j Finally the faculty made inquiries, which
'developed the fact that tlit4titilot,idi.,..i..
! lion did not hail fnim Nashville. In the
. excitement incident to the commencement
.of a military career, they had mistakenlv
Scdalia can beitr a great deal, hut ' fro0(orn
not sixteen per cent, interest on her , pocket.
of English cities in hi?
time of uiht.
aiaiBnsu. .. ..c .m... u.rn- Then the laet eame on Th nl.l 1 1.......
The many friend of J. I f . Sullivan will . hmrse, almnt one mile from Ihe city, a jkiss- I hail leen entrusted by his father with five
Osman Pasba Ihinks he can .land
The Spaniards have a superstition
that cross-eyed people are unlucky.
What a calamity len lhitlcr would Ik;!
in S.pain !
Body snatching is a very
hn.-iness, anl should never be under-.
taken unless a man has a dead sure :., th M;a;i-.i,r;
many jeopo, more aa sentiment than , Ihill's Auigh Syrup is the beM. remily we j regret to leant Ibal he has tendered his. ing train on the Narrow fSange railroad ko
a a I
amilv. -scnowcii. l'mv, nniy r-i wm. i ni'matutn a suiierintendeiit of the Mi-!
1 I .crest wa- bo,
j resignation a sujicrintendent of the Mis-J frightened the animal they were riding that
;sourt, Setlalia and Fort Scott DIvLmoii of it reared and plnnged and would have ran
f-uil of mure than onlinarv in-' Ai,
am ai n imti3i mioi. 01 11:0 0 t 1. . 1 .1 ; 1 ' "- '.
.. .A. 1 .. . . -Mr. S. has licen eniinfcteil with the M ft .!..,t,; f.irtnn-atMv i,v
T. a-. diviton FUjrintendcnt nearly j the fall, but lhc horse fell fairly upon the
A Man With Two Wives.
A divorce su
Mhe.M., K. A T. to take effect on Xnvemlier 1 awa.v had not tli- ymins lady held the
reins hi tigiiiiv. 11 unanr raresi am ieu
backwards into a deep rut in the road.
: Chii..lian coutitv Circuit court, ht week,
One Doctor J. I.. Woth! had obtained a di
Miss Kuvnui Kirdd is the onlv fillv ' voree from Ids wife at the spring tenu. two years, and as purb has uniformly been
1 oor young men, as a rule, are wil-, ftf noiN.snrv u invite trotihK Is.h, and was not informed of her husband s .
thing on it.
and immediately afterwards marrieil Mi-s an urbane 4and gentlemanlv nfilcer Ireat
ar ld..I!mw,,.of Christian .i.unly, to whom j j , e ,Mln,n, f K, Mldl a Wav
he had previoiMy Ikh-ii engaged, rhe ...
former -Mrs. Wood still rc-udod in Tennes- a "u rn "" ir esieem aim resKx'i.
bovj-ru-hingiii his breast and breaking one
of hi arnw. Mr. Parker, who was ridiBg
a lew hundred yards in advance of
them, knew nothing of the accident until
about mwii. when he went In the residence
hundred dollars to nav his full vean ttti-
lion, i.ut correctly supjiosing that the life
of a student at a military institute was joy
less at best, he persuaded a neighbors
daughter to come along with him ami assist
RELIEVING ITS MONOTONY.
She would seek to twine roses and wreaths
about the brow of her young god Mars,
even before he had won them fairly on the
tented field. This was natural perliajts, but
w.xs exceedingly uuladvlike. It wasnaiuh:r
but it was nice. Of course, there w.v a
The Jit'on commends Mr. Sullivan to!'-' Mr. Win. Mitchell, wliere they were to J "are up. The old professors stormed anil
;lo marv nglv girls ; hut the irirls me viitors to i-all naiii They'll";1 n,a1rriar.:,","I,,sM a -"er pnriti-. rVerri
' . . ,c . , " "iiiu i. ik.i.n 11. 1. 111 .i.iiii. iiuii xxx to c rrom jipr rM( a ...
st be rich a proviso understood j SUIC lol0 jL 1 lie spring tenn, and was made the basis ,0,m-
for granting the liv..nv. (.oiiuctl for Mis. I
but not expressed.
1 : :, ,1.... 1.. .1 : i
where, and tnwt that hi. ' ... .-l . 1 .
t liri.iiii.'K iuai iitri ii..i mi., lit- miirimi it.
The lvanas C'ily VVmrx is publishing
a very excellent likeness of its ''Cast
of Thought" man over the n"-,n tie
jiliimc of 'Lorl Byron."
Cross-eyed artists arc unpopular in
the theatrical profession, but there
is no harm in the man who assigns the
parts having a cast in his eye.
His sncecessor is not vet named.
Congressmen get no mileage for extra ! 1 l'Jvfd Irtter to he a for
. , , ,11 .. Krv and xke.l tlit the ihvorce be set
sessions ; but they gel nd the railroad t aside on that ground. Judge Oeiger, whili
pjtsses they want.
so.,- u u i,r ,.f hi y. s
' testimony was largely in favor of Mrs.
nt . a
inat. is tuc reiLon
always so fragile.
its flowers are fraud, did not consider that the law would
Nothing heard of Howard since Jo-1
seph's surrender. . Is it possible he is
still pursuing the phantom Xez IVrees
to the happy hunting grounds ?
If Sitting Hull should tnke to the
j theatrical profession, he would be a
; high tragedy actor.
Wellington, but learning nothing of tliesi
there, he retraced hissten and found litem
at ihe stone- house. He immeiliatelr sent
T.aaa Ttarl rPlian IfAriwfnH 1 ...I.m m,I ...
.j ihhp. s ..wu twa. 1 1111 . a 1 . i n puirun, it, I i ., irr i
while Fort ?itt .iwi'.- J he Sedalia KaToo, . ui Uie Uav the loy was brought
,of iheojuninn that the .rcpouderance of j in Ils ks.tc of the 24th iitt., mskes a mi-!1" "V.V,-,. ? laT" ,lK;.rTl,f( ol
lake or two in its account oi the Manntton c,ri(,lb, cmiiin,,,, though he was reported
bridge accident, and we will correct them. J to be resting a little easier last evening.
The accident occurred on Wedncsdar, Oct. ', The broken ami was atnpntatcd on Tues-
permit him lo set the decree aside. The, 17, and not Iat Monday. There were 14 '" r litm' . hl ,l Vhe
TV . ' . ' nwn on l-ridge at the time, and not 18.": " "rf;
l.vd c Vaiighan, have taken an apiieal to . , . . , tour painini iniy to recont in a great while,
ihe .Supreme Court. Messrs. Patterson .t T,,"-v w,n a" and not ,n anger of , ami the parents have the deep sympathy of
Baker are attornevs for Woml. The public I ling their lives. Communication is not " all.
will await with interest the decision of the I shut of). The temporary bridge was com-1
higher court. 1thftt Pridav. Oct. 19. and ov.rtIiin-
i . i - - o - ,
done at the Kee-Keeper's Convention
; at Cooper Institute.
Religfon has done a great deal for
the ioor heathen, hut it bus never got
the best of a rich one.
Spiritualists represent the dead as
more interested in the world, the flesh
ir -ii ..r -i e tievii, man in ueaven.
entstheydo not possess it is curious The only satisfaction an old toner
to reflect how teorge. N aslnngton finds in a rainy spell consists in the
There was a great deal of business Yesterday morning the train on t he M. ;
The Clinton Advocate sits down on
Sister Bennett very hard. These wo
men will keep on foolin' around with
each other, until somebody will get
fact that he need never feel dry.
would have envied the local of the
The Methodist Conference of lows
Women are peculiar about some I is down on tobacco chewers. Such
things. They are willing that their! restrictions always end in smoke.
female friends should admire every
thing in the world they possess, ex
cept their husbands.
Tilden had a good time in Europe,
hut as he is not given to putting things
in his pocket which dou't belong to
him, he didn't get away with the free
dom of any of its cities.
George Eliot says the kis.3 of a girl
is like the flutter of a rose leaf. We
alwavs admired the flutter of a rose
.Tilden had a very interesting inter
view with the Queen ; but then, nci
their of them are many ing people.
Mr. Chinnery is one of the editors
of the London 7iirs. He supplies
all the lip music of the establishment.
An oaare of prevent io m better than
Baby Syrup will MMt yoar baby in teeth
ing, and prcvrr.1 it froat being attacked by
cholera infantan, cholic, or other
balues suffer with. 23 cents.
K. & T. was a little late, ami arrived at the '
Union depot at alsiui ten o'clock. In switch
ing backward and forward to gel the Pacific
car out of the Texas train, two cars broke
front the pony engine.of which the employes
lost control and they come in contact with
other cars na Ihe track, making a fearful
racket- Some damage was done to cars,
but, fortunately, no one was hurt.
A Fatal Explosion in a Saw-mill.
The Bight Kind of Communism.
ifcWo Putt. : The report from the Men-
noniles show us annually example of thrift
ami contentment that ought, and doubtless
will, exert a healthy inhuence upon other
comaiunities. They come to this coun
try, take Mr. tireelly advice, and
soon make extensive patches of un
cultivated Western lands blowom
as the rose. They do not trouble
themselves about rate of wages or run
ning lorotHce. They obey the laws of the
land and their own regulations, arc indus
trious and honorable, and the result U
that prosperity comes aa a matter of course.
That is the kind of Commuaism we like
to we, and we do not care how tar
Ths St. Joa Bridg and the V. P.
St. Joe, Mo., Oct. 27. The ordinance
authorizing the Mayor and City Council of
St. Joe to dispeae of the bridge over the
Missouri river at thin point to the Union
Pacific railroad, waa adopted to-day bran
almort aaanimoM vote of the people.
There wa not enough of opposition to
draw out a very full vote.
Ham, the Land Shark. j
The remarkable man, J. IL Ham, whose .
career in Texas as a land thief, has been. The boiler of a sawmill at Milan, in
the mhject of such universal newspaper thfe State, owned bv Alec Brown, blew up
comment of late, waa formerly a citizen of FfMay aaorning. Mr. Brown waa killed ;
Boonvillc and moved from thence to,flk Mfl !He engineer, wan scalded and
Kansas. A dUtingawhed lawyer of thijhit by lying machinery, and lies in a
city formerly had Ham for a client. He ctMc condition. Three children of Mr.
saya that he alwaya knew he was a rascal BrownV, ranging from five to tea
(the phrafe waJ a little more expressive) vear. who were near bv, were Injured,
but he had no idea lie would turn out to be cf them, a little boy, having hn
such a villain. He probably learned IheLjjuU fractured. Two other' men at work
most of hi villainy in Kansas City. at Ihe mill were aim injareil. Itiathoagbt
- that the two Brown; the oldeat and the one
wn. .iiuniKuiiiri., ui im iwwmi, won a iracmrru mhii, win Tei uie. ine
swore. Some of them ripped out oaths, j
i "to see them home." But, alas, human
j bliss is of short duration, and in the midst
of life we are in death, and but an inch and
a half from that terrible place where Re
morse is fireman and old Satan Ihe engineer.
Whilst Craig was standing in the door of
the schoolhouse, his mind engaged in con
templating sriKiTCAi. M.vrrtais and .matters matri
monial, he waositddcnly assaulted by his antagonist,
Peyton, who had death in his eye and a pis
tol in his hand, and bis mind firmly made
up to slay atMl murder him, the said
Craig. As the .IhvW- has it, "the ball
was opened by Peyton firing at short range."
Then Craig he had no pistol drew the
only weaon he had about him, a pocket
knife, a small thing that he used to pare his
linuer-naiLs with i nd cut the corks out of
bottle, whenever his financial status would
such as Sh.ik.pearc tells ns the bearded j permit ot spiritual extravagances. Craig
paril will do even at the camion's month. went for Peyton with a will. He made that
They told Mr. Iienry that this sort of little jiocket knife dance over his assailant's
no-ones coiihln t go on, but iinfnrtunatclv Iwxlv like a
it had gone on too much already. The iti- Yloij p.
tiuacy has occasioned cowciuiences which
could not he concealed tor a great while
under the most favorable conditions. F,,r
the young lady w.t? about to
BECOME A MOTHER.
The npshot of the affair was that young
Henry tied the wrath to come and left his
poor deluded mistresa to bear her shame as
best she could. In less than two months
afterward she gave birth to a female child.
Then she told who she wai and where she
came from. Her parents were notified and
ANCER IN HIS LAST AGOXY.
Whatever his stabs lacked in quality, he
fully made up in quantity. Peyton got in
four shots, only one of which took effect,
causing a slight flesh wound in Craig's arm.
But this wound dil not deter youBg Craig in
the business he had engaged In. He stuck
to it as if he intended to make it the businem
of his life, and succeeded in perforating his
adversary to such an extent, that, when the
fight ceased, as the Atlmiher laconically re
marks, "Peyton preaented the appearance
of one having passed through a threshing
her father came after her ; a respectable machine." It is said that it will take a
years strict economy ior reyion io pay ms
doctor's hill and buy slicking plaster.
very handsome man, and is remarkable for
his polite assiduities to ladies. But he
went fooling around a woman yesterday who
would pnt up with no noasenne,and the Gen
eral to-day is making anxious inquiries as
to tlie best plan to pursHe to get an eye out
of mourning. He thinks that aiectioaate
caruwes are all well enough in their way, bat
they inspire a tenderer appreciation when
they come from the fragile instead of the
muscular order of females. It is barely
posible that he went home last night with
some very thin story about an act of be
nevolence or charity, or aa uafortaaate
cAtlrrkmp im the line of hi duty, er hew
be just stepped eat "to see a maa," and Jell
against a lamp peaC Aay or all ef these
evasioasaie psrdoaable occaaieaally, hat
worn Hi me a mere explicit explaaaliesi is
mill i a complete wreck. Not one timber
remains or another. Ine boiler aad other
portions of the machinery were Mown some
200 yard. No sach explosion was ever
known in this part of the State.
This preparatiea is obtained by a newly
discovered proems, and contains all the
active medicinal priaciplfli of East India
Cinchona bark, grown on the Xeilgfeerry
hills, frasi which all the irritant pfspwiiea
have beea elimisatsO. It is Nats re's ewn
remedy for all diaeaara arising from
Malarial poison. Palatable, powerful, aati
psriodic, and tonic, it never fails te cure
fever and ague, damb chills, csagwtive
chills, billions fever, periodical aenralgM,
aad all disnams ef Malaria erigia.
J. C. RiCHAasaow, Roprieter,
Y sale by all druggirt. St.Louis.
South Carolinian, who had mourneil
HIS DAUGHTER AS DEAP,
and in the anguish of the terrible discovery
regretted as only a father could in the
shame of his child, that she was
not. Xeverthelees he took her
away, to mourn over her brief ex
perience of military life and to struggle
through the terrible future which is in store
for a girl who loves not widely but too well.
Ot the man who seduced her from Ihe path
of virtue, and lured her to become his com
panion in this singular and romantic ad
venture, nothing baa since beea heard. He
lett Lexington a soon as the discovery was
made, and has hid himeelf from the veng
eance which the family of
THE RUINED GIRL,
were they to find him, would be sure to ex
act. The story, however, hau been the oc
casion of no end of comment among the
students ; hut, it is prawibM that the moral
will not impress itself as forcibly upon them
aa it is likely to do upon others. Altogether,
however, it is one of the most remarkable
incidents that has ever occurred, and, per
haps, when all the facta connected with the
affair are fully revealed, will he the nucleus
of a first-clam remaace.
ThoBoad Qwastioa in Buehaaaa
The tax-payers of BachaBan county are
still agitating the bond question, A large
meeting was held at Wood barn
school-house on Saturday night, at
which strong resolutions were paued
against the payment of interest or
en any beads issued by the cewaty to rail
road roraarHiaaa. The feeling in the
cosmry almost aaaaimoun against pavinc
SL Levis ami 8c Jm railroad beads, and
threats are freely made that shot-guns will
he used if aay eJbtcr uaJertakes to sell
property to pay the interest.
Two Horsea Shot.
Topt'rz A dastardly deed was committed
one evening last week by a party who
is known, ou a pair of horses belong
in:; to Fredrick Schack, a gentleman
who has a dairy a half mile west of
town. Two. of his horses, it seems,
had gone into the pasture of a certain
man, an. I the owner of the pasture
threatened to do violence to them if
their going over the fence was not stopped.
Learning at the time in question, that they
wtre in the aforesaid pasture, Schack sent
a colored boy down to drive them out, but
the boy found both the horses unable to
move, and immediately informed their
owner. Schack went over to them and,
upon examination, found that his horses
had been shot one with a ball
through the fore-leg, and the other with a
bulkt through the neck. la the
latter the ball had gone almost through,
and was easily extracted ; bat the animal
that was wounded in the leg will likely be
nodes and entirely-lost. Schack, aa inti
mated above, is quite sure that he known
who the guilty party is, and intends to
prosecute accordingly. The maa who
would commit such adeed is verily a brute,
and should be punished to the fullest ex
tent of the law.
If you want your baby to look bright,
do not put it to sleep with laadaaam when
restless, but use Dr.
25 cents a bottle.-
Bull's Baby Syrup.
Dr. W. A. Mayfield has moved from
Main street ta White's BuihMag, on Ohio
street,-first office up stairs. Ofllee hours
between 8 and 10, a. -, aad 1 aad 3 p. m;