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THE YEW-TREE W'M.Kl
From the Arg.-y.
Ptu'kv-ieaved ana rnnei to j.rmim .u-aKiHt
"was the green retreat,
While U port's idle fcwic, a witlim s- ""r-
People! it with liIr rm
:hk s lrr...- ir.m a
. . - I -
.... 1.1;..., iiii it- "loonn
.i oy mm. i""'"" .
foliage wu-, ... -, i t..
Nor uhenTIaiit?s, mtkil h.aly, -unhid :.l--
u quiot gravo.
Where the loucly mourner, weeping, lingered hue
on twilight eves,
With the uurht-binl vigil keeping, from hcrlioiii.-
amid ihe leaves."
Hut vritlnu a gardea liaunted ly the -M.-.-J.-ij
with silver wins"
Age, with wrinkled lrw f u
FIOWIV iq 11 Mlimr.
Childhoodin its fearle.--- l.idne:
branches i4e ved ;
Ivers souaht ,ts green m-cros
lipht nhitninemi bnulit.
And low tows and soft care--?-with
Here hth sorrow, heavy li-artel
of silent pntjer.
Maiden, from her true loe iirt
,1 mil oi rare.
jt:n iin.m hrown stem liiwr tiMiit aiKl mot -
True love knots by siwrtive r.g. rm o,,.eluno
FASHIONS OF THE SEASON.
m, UUML WI1U HID JMUK ...
Whatto Wear and B ow to Wcarj
Sitting down at our pleasiire-irt-k to-lay d:.ir
reader, ol Vliattiii-4 viiinyou :.imh mv ii..i.-hi.-
,hA MicceMve openings h:ie'ive. e led .pn:..
:,arLJ .Ywlrt roallV,,. tl,J
M.elves that continues are made, and jm-dnij.-
J: in their lovelies K.n hm..t...l, of .Minn-
,nv" women ; now th.it unt an.l Umnets :.re tni.i -
ined and dewratcl-that e have r.-:lly iv.-
you. in earlier "chi. the ..,rt ,wre the.
"The sii'uKS (and theie mu-t l- sit l-.i-s ni,i
h,mdre.t nd ,,inety-,.,i,e) of h: nudl-iine,-:,,,.
,nostofthe,.,-,mi.rove.,..,o..,l..,n ..r other
K.-Pie il.o .leire o. :ry down "lelts. ihey nre
l. 1. --n in tstve loiwanmue the neu h:il- for.
. ..r:,.. Mitiriirw itei.fitf.f li-.t
Tin. tciiiiliies. thi- -ea-on. are lot ely. and r-:illv
form the trimming lor a hat. They ran::e from.
V'i.Ir haiT'are like Eah-h ualkiic-hat-. '11,5-1
. overs the forehead. Mt-Mitmly :,i tin-j
nlls at the side, and lri.p- at the luek: and
. !... ill. IK.lt 1 it rttt. teiila lllkt llll.1...
the rhtnwrhetrof iiminar. I
vailing stjle-.and lmncts will U- the nde fr full
'Velvet, satin, plu-h, fejithers j.i. Hotter-and
donUe-fiee.1 riWioi,, will all tie nsMl. .
Choice laee will mingle with ti, trimming, i nu :
lace lnrljend s.-arfffhavegivcn place to the tieJ
.if douUe-farail rih'Kiu, that are .-atteily loojx-d in
front or at the left side. j
Laee may come in, later, for eieni:-dii!.ile..- (
it will; tor, in it- snowy softnes-. , seom-.aji-
Forays and girls, LirZv nnd -mail, thereare J
sailor hats ,n Tells, ana nnc son tuit-:ina I.mey ;
" commingling V l:w, velvet and frt.tli.-r fori
'i J!.iv..l- Iiivk uvn fcnineelpTnnf iiifiti.1.'.- :
Inns saeqiies or iwletots. triiiiine.1 only himui the j
pocket ana sleeves, won me. nencsi i ihiiioii
for closing. Mntelases elonks range from $15 to
..Irtish fciiits. and trimmed with sillc oriental sal
I.miu or the velvet embossed, selhiwat $in.s. that
are worth the money. This for the l..,ii ,.r lv
diesh..ottcnask,isatx.nt ,iie.liiitii r.dy-ina.i,. J
"AmW new and nivori.e.desi,,, in triinniin,
to ton. Tin
WhWra!iw ly mnU1 ""r;?0,"" ' aarncl That his hfe hn.l kfn n notorious. Ma,",!' lenlay. . Kpm). jorK;f.u.:TIlc Iranil;ba! bdy ntorc U-auttfl a d fa-cna.,,,- than j
BoMS-lortlMSdrW.i-iai..Ssl.yel.vj v bad one and iLen-wre rave ,va,..nt. - IV., Itn-k wirts the .W .H.. ra.-e at tWK and will continue lo K lil-M. Hearts are apt to wander jn,t ,
Widcr?ved hloss,.,,,- .,n.Hin sM'. umtins ! ' " ' .f,,,,!,, ,lt. .cnuhu -m. or his rcfornr.tiH,,. i(IMIirtt NVu: J.W. : C - J. w W of hstt the sa,e a, .y. and :, h.ver 1k-,
' "i?to UK?M... joonnty. . Vl, h.vli-ntion u:,s had and the clergr- jlwn wluraits, ami llie only on lhiiijlar tn cominre the attraction- t anoi her irl
ItanetawariM tons and loudly from the L.u,.,sj -The Wamnton tW ha, d..:,ed a . left Hannill u.nler a very d,,k -iVoseverv ,1,.. .d a oarth.jnakc j J'J;;
i.tnneuw cirn It is aiil that he is now practuiiiy wort' felt tn bn.don, Kn-land. I Mtau uxoin incni io ititraiirt, art mi, . i. ,,!,. nrantw
On the Srraec iwiua proudly, k- ,.m.M j cw dress. t w jn T NcW Y((J k ' - Mience and on Salimlavn to the children , . ' . to L "J"'1 ' P"" !
WhilctrSSt'trees h,,,,. HU... -Joplin manufactnres -1,( feet of Sas At the nWu of the Hannibal .Wia -Tl,., Kuian .c, up ... the ISth in,,, ;" "8j . t h.s al.jce The you,, lady who ,
tre,nletv ,niinnurins. . i . tion Mtcnlav momin;.', 1C I. -Seward acte.1 arc .Jlu iallvM:.tl at TACNl ,oreilin the .kmI cotnpanx ol fMtt carries oil the prote m tins :,me of hearts
And the doves, m ciaw: nj inBr t :H n,ain:nu. 1 he tolloivinj,' reHri oi ti.c - ...... M1- r, aa, Jrs n.mnTili while the
. . ,1 - f ..... IM'i II. Ik ... . . r . f f L AS mmWam-M ' t t T I Mtll.T
....i.nlir favor, lliereiore we leei .omiiieiii nueii-5 ... . . , . , l . v-, ... tl i . ,- . ii..:..t.. I !.,.,,. txiei'n'ou wun i-ouin to sianoer a srcai
,C you that felt will he n. on every , ,j -It is a finable ofTense to Ik- within the Hon, until they had accumiwated a ma-sof -if-ioen 1 ..man, .d llw m:ctMan..,, . wmM , wi3te
X.?rt( Tl?.',1 1 rA";.rv ...,.. contrite limits of Doota. 4 evidence, by letters troiiiniinistcrs, lawyers, . ,ut, 0,1 the !7h instant, ol heart di-cnse. 1U ,llfK fi W f , The wickeiltst
ir'Saier -The Urookfield Cl.ronlrlc no longer ' uons of the country, confirming the wor-tj -The running at Topeka. Kas. j ZtWU xZttZSZ' AtHomesnd Abroad.
irrerln1 I supplies , want long felt. J YlAlS I tUd MM lU' ! John Karret, ,ienple will never Mirrc
ontteSinVtl -A number of burglaries have lunj" ilis name "s pmbably Jones L, Foter.but 1 ra,u- ;. '"'til you take in your Shingle"- Tiert. hn!, tn nr, tf.uricU in -Seiltilia
S'-r tf l'H;nn committe.1 in Moberly gently. j JjJJ A 'h f '', " " W ' - with telling k 3njl n V-
-The Carroll conntv tobacco crop ha-i wasf p"Eor oV r Ithe truth '! TheWsniad. of any, until the fftaufr.. combina-
an immensely highooro.net n, a,,..th.T. If,. lady ltnJIIniiv l-iro tin seann . the mini-lrv. but afterwards chose the pr- - lion reaches here on the fourth proximo.
Wen uu..ualy large thuL so,,. -TheTurhac again Ikvu delValci , -It may lie womanish hut i, isncverth It i.tasel.o say ...,.r playgoer, that they
i."e of the tmt i win-., ..n.l u.mi.J either trith ve. Three prisoners confineil in the Holla! He was first married in IS-vi, hut about . " Its true, that Secretary Sl,ermn hasa pull-...ijm. ,n w,. ur; nf ,P
veUplUormeoneofthe,,, 1 J jgg.. he lkcrted ,is wife. leaving her - an engagement near ; ;n Ohio.- r.We. are then l.kel. to b.,v, a series ot xery
that are now much u d. i, th-high eomii-t jail, matte ttieir csunpe i.isi wctu. i.;i ,.. .. ,h n.!.-..t .... I..r tor-,-,. S FIcvim u i j -i ., c .1 . facinatin entertainnunts. Mrs.Chanfrau
"1 he inek, N placed loops .f Velvet or .hi-h. and ith five childici, depeniienl 01, her lor 1 .c 11a. Uc had no nle.i the Secretarv was that . ....
', bou.,iietotveletor.roiir.eiu.-. nut, perh.ip- Tlie new road law makes it the duty . .K,rj ,:e . ,. . J ... , , il.,i : t. f .!... 1 one ot Ihe mtwt . ttractivc arttsti. in the
i.'rrie- onelu-terof Klitteri:i-.teriillar- , ... I1 ! 1 he wees ai Indianapolis wcic cj.nciu-! kiiut ot man. iiat i- the tunic ol the . . .
2W dning d,"U .l.eni.r anVni-kT of overseers to put up sign boards. ; ,::.;amoCs,.y marriki j 1 . , , : -rj , com.tr-, and her repertoire i- full ot intor-
TicrowiiiiiM.nuim,te.iit.,ar.th..riud. . , VOUII irI iu Vonuont, iu?rsuadetl her pa : .' : ' tXMK" a "rtai " estiug plavs. Her advent will be sine to
:rnefe?e -Saline county has receive,! a large n11, with j,1;,,, , o, intorc,,. -Senator ArmsIrongV ne is second on awakc a Us,W inteicst in thcdra.ua.
iur wii - 1 i " " I -m.l ..Ih.-rs til rei-tM.llSlOlIIIV 1,1 HSrUl stc : : , ,. ... - ... .. ...... t... . ,
Bat doe the tor wearer i-n a i-mnet. the ; iinimer ., jmi,iiSrjius uus i move West. J he lather-.i-law soon alter l ...j10 r.jit,.m declares lit it jltInhon !e dilate roii. j.,,7.ioifoi !...
llSlmK -A ytMnR in Hannibal IliL-illtett .n'...:.; !twi.l.;rstanerawl.ile,and d
SP&'SSSS eS'eV arreted for dressing i male attire. i plebi-citc. -lJV, . Mark .hat young man.
Silhe -The IVrrv conntv ,wle have become ! ilJl1 "thcr in dcrtilute dr- . . . !if3ltlmMll i , -The venerable editor of the Mi
In dress cowls, tne uneven stwmy, lotottr., st,r-, ro.,. .s to lie continuwl 1 hrot,h t he Sonth- l""c '-''i f""" --' i- ...... ,. r , naven I niucn ciiance anyway, so tl wont
... . . ... ! . . . . t .1... ..I.mmw.w. .. ...!. .. innlj ... 1 ...
faces, known under the head oi honretteciotl,-, , explanation or mitigation of 1 hem. He 11 ......... ....... . - -- , , Th
..TT.iL. f-.vr.r; The "..nn ne ..f the-e oo.N are east. . V , .n . .... .- ;..!..: ,1... r:...,.,i i .: Mic . make a givat deal of diflerence. ..j11. f noHiiM
T ,7; f. A,,d ,T.e ,mit:io,w. Mat rane oiierci noininga,, wnnicu ,.o ,. inner - - , Walnut, Philadelphia,
from sr. cents to Si,o jht jar.1. are pllva s.mm1 . voung man ill Kansas Citv issaid to ! vestigation. He oenied the particulars :u . smiiary convention at St Ijiiiis. The Missouri Press Axiotaatinn isnliout , Kolon and frame a
n,ateml.an;iwiuwe.i explain-1 .... ....... .... - to lose one of it brightest stars. Aleck the 29th.
anadurabihty. Ime mariied a girl hi hail pre.iousl e- j . uf a fcw )f .charges are known to 1-ei it is mti rate that (.rant u to hegiven i...:,,,.. f .1,. lfl.;u . U
,umifiiireand Hnisli-tlmtanMiiade m inn. uul-t" , Untrue, ami as to Others, lie llSlCl '.VitJi i il,c h.,lis!l mt.ion. litis Will Lecli ill III 1 1.. inti1 fur 3 ltim mrvl I nil Si...- Jllie Oil MaBIVIIl a
lllPFPItrU Ili;ill mru to... . . .11 .11. f ... 1 . ... . ' . ... . . I it ' 1 I ' ..... .
i4mdeoriMnd4.,iie.p-iwnienteric.i,i;sKnlisfartion to people in some parts of i
Kided with velvet or "llHn. Ind.-.-.! ; ... 11 '
or of fnmehca
A fovorite eomhination, to lie won litis Cdl, is .
uuivaim r..-" -
, i:.. oil . ,irr.iri,.u tiiilc ;
JACIteis tor auiiiinii an- aiin worn oi wniie.
nouadny.i. nrld since ,t lia Tien so "itnphn.'.l l.y ;
canvas. Tiirlnsli toweling, .lainssti linen, imrli.p f
andhnen dn luiKcnt into Mi.ip-s for nns?. I.-,,,.-
(he panel cm u lie ch3,isel into a .lose,, oillereiit IIIC otaie.
stvles suitel to fahnennd de.'ign of dre-. I!o .
of" fine kiltinx, altemate with fimge, iaprettv ; Felix Yalh
.luimi rhr. this trimniinir i neil i.iion lln-.-o I
o - - '
doth, fastened with white horn imttons. j A purtv of Kaw Indians are traveling J . a sham a:.i a trai n s rsrt.:. j asking for an ( lelmvcinent ot tne bamcrupt
Ahroiidthcrcisaneive.irset, eonoantlv ganonii,. . ,." I I'acls have lxcn brought lo light, mole
rarity, whieh wc hope ere long h.s.f in.r... j brogh the .Southv.est, giving war 'liamPlrtsrivMr.F;B,wWilaiilolf
duoedhere. It is named the -appho, is on. ; nrbiliitions ' :. . " . . i i - ........ . . . . . .
and fitted over the hii.3h - four. l:.i,e sores .tint: 4 xu,1MlI,m,J- . though it wcms to have been known ,n pan The President has intimated that he
eoufine and snpiK)rt, without nr-tire. We sl.r.ll J iioi.. ,t - . to a number nf the chinch liehuv he lelt.l i, p:ii . , ,.f tl,i .
do onrnuno iointro.luee these e-.rts in thi Wallaek theatrical combination wihnt hK-hotHls he Iris told upon the i fl " - spite of the t
ct?o!SftoV ,he ,m,r f ,he rthern part of J solcm wcawu and m-m il.c mas! i Vwf which must ls sad for Killer Mc
smokinsaps. mats, and even thin that n u ) has fallen heir to nu Fnglish estate, worth I and obtained ctedit on filse prctci.scs. That with l(7 ot their hand, snrrendere.! .to
SnVork isWIIcftushehuspnhcil.nWestcn, (m JeweMf a, Fort Wingate, New
Utwuitity of wool required to fini-h given with s i Ai'K i ork, and is now attempting t j hnd a it.x:rn
thn is ,t any wonder tlwt l.die have pr..ven j A Daviess conntv fanner claims to liulpit to snpplr, falseiv rcpn-scutiug him. i
false to their allegiance to the lons-l.onottM er..: ,-..,,- ... Iclf o. I., tl... ..aC.rof lU'.-.ohnvc-U T it ..t v..u ...
cht for the more fascinating hnuht wools atnlj""14- "c i
pUasin!: patterns? The demand for thec thina I ...;!, ni.i ,M0i.,,i
lias brought about a eoins;titi..nwhieh has lov.er-1 W,U a' OMI lnl-Kel
hroimht about neoinititionthieh h lower- t
gray is amon tlie new stwet -hades.. Knil.n.i.h r-
fil nVlnareall the raandthe-ein.-olor.-hoiild ,
lunnonire with the hnght tint prevailing in the
cotunte. Kor instanee; ,f the flowers ,iK,n th-i
Marrv in your orn religion.
Never both lie angry at oliee.
Nerertannt with a iwM mi-take.
Ijci a kiss be the prelude of a rehnke.
Never allow a reo,uct to lie repeated.
Let elf.Imegation1w the hahtt of lKth.
A good wife is the greates-t orllily Iles.ins:.
"I forget," is never an acceptable excuse.
If you mn't critieis. let it 1 done Soringly.
hat are re.1, theuloves shonl.l h.ivo rod l neks. pnlmvra is infesll vrilb nn nr.ivyr.1 1 nspcciiuny suotniucti.
Gloves are.re.lnee.rin priee. Aso.nl kid, in , a,fnV ,? " r&nuai , M. L. Pierson, S. !. liinie?, C. If.
buttons, wuhcmhroidered hneks, .-.in le pirnlm--, band of chicken thieves. Sedaba has a . s.,,-:.!. Jee Watson J H Wbe-lcr J
ed for ?1-V; and ,n plain kids, evening tints, four I , nraioi, je aion, ii. uc.it.r, j.
U,ttonf, for only Sl.75. An ,cr-ir. ; band of the same port j . Hibbert, John oik. Committee.
, . . . . ... i The Hannibal Association endorse! the
... I ' ' '"vi"vu i
ifokearnarnageanwtlerof m..mljnd5eme,.jiiigeoiis were shipped ,Q lhe markeLs It
Marrv-into a family which von have lone known. I vcar '
... , . "
..,herr,nakca renwrk 1,1 ",c l'
Uever talk at one another, either alone or in
Give your wannest fynipathieji for each other
rorakull.8anery' ,et the othcr lwn "c 1 diploma and bronze medal from the Cen-
Ncrfeetthewholeworidltde.mtrthan.ine!"" ioners, last week, for the
another. I best display of-lead ores.
honfsoufire.10"'1 0 "C "llwr nnU"? tho An eight-year-old boy of Aaron Stock,
, , 'in Caldwell county, .fired seven ricks of
Let each strive to ye:d oftone.t to thewihrr of,. .. , J , ai .l j
the other. . hy on his fathers farm, the other day,
Ahravs leave home with loving words, for thev 1 J"or fun.
may be the last. i
nrnrrj- mu u me rem oioou nim iciniienmeui ,
from yonr own. .
Never deceive, for tlie heart, once miM-d. ca,, ;
lie. ui hub. ..o.j. attain.
If is thft mother who moulds the character and
fixes the destiny of the child.
Xtct find fonlt unless it is perfectly certain
a &alt lias, been committed.
I)o not herald U sacrifices von make to oieh
ether's tastes, habits, or prefeir-nees.
i Hunters can shoot any game they like i
Gallatin has organize a rat killing
: m . . . -
J Tht- lthliiiiiT rod man is abroad mi me
There arc MXty-scvcn doctors in Clar
Tvi.hoid fever prevails in the .St. Joe
i . .
1 in one nay
A .Ta--p:?r county mm, is th,ppm eg
. to Colorado.
; S:li;n0 oonnlv ap,,,nro
! cents a hiislii-l.
..... r w .1 1 1
-1'r.M.l.er, f I.iUvty, nntly fc.llnl
222 rats in one day. .
J A man in Clark comity measures
- t inches in height.
Fmnrrels are selling lor tents a:
dozen in Warsaw.
-The M. Joe inmheal inllcge opened
1 . , . t
j . -w-
i m ,cr ,mi.
i ....... - - - - -
" 1,1 Ivansa.-. I. Il.
I greatly disgusted with their poor hou-e.
-St. Joe has decided to make a present
of her bridge to the Union Pacific Kail-'1
. ' "
A juecc u iinuceaveu timber was iotnid
StJoe, ly workmen, at a depth of 1H)
The Hannibil Covrier is nuttiii" on a
lnc "imuuuai .ouitr is puu,n0 on a
vcrv sprightlr apicarancit with a new
, ' 11
,n J Washington, the other dar,
had Ins nae bitten clean oil in a ttreet
fi . .
Illicit distilling is practiced to a eon-
l in the Southeast part of the
The Chester and Iron Mountain rail-J
rT T i A - . A . r. T
J f. -,. f .,,..,,1 ',...h,.l U tie Ilnnntball -The Wah.x-I, nilwar is runnitiL' twcn- i Uierc is little or nn co,,cniaIily of cither ;"V. r nrenaratorv exercise Irietl him some
Missouri boaLs of cishtv thousand u-otunuttce aptKuntetl l llic iian.uoai m- oiiiMln . .. ? . t .i ' . .. , u ..mm.,, ....mii ct....l. ir. . .. . .... -.. . ... . 1 . . . . ....
h,e.-, -iomj-n-lU- , . " - : cim.h was iiroeuled, accompanied hy the tvix fn ,!,t trains per dar. tasiw or views, auu i raiinoi nojie io nvai j ' " . - ' - - j is u pniier toctii c.y iuiik cihik-o - lvu:it? t.re t:et:i so matlV tt inetll,
s -mdemecoh ,t- p, ylr -,p:hvr,a , ,t ni.nl a?5ravated (..rm, reel Jr fMiMt tT I'r - - -. i ,lockel lv .airway,, tmtfhall.s ami
he,, the .a.--...-; . .. - :Itcr. is raf: at MoMuvlIn, III. . - y - , ... n . . , i ic,,,,,,. ,.,,,:, .: t ...1 . 1,.. .,-..,.1 .r:.n,unn:,il:,
,h,ilJ.,l i,- maw- There h a root of wild pi "cons near . -BT or Tll,: "M?"TTi:fc- J -The Wonnns t.h:i.-tin T.mperance How ,,5 to think that we are shut out wnmanV life, puhlis,l by IVierun I!r.. j Mrs- !,:,-v- which doth IuhI-PJ a Ueeti. ami nine
l.r ... ' The cnmiaittrc to w hnni was relerrc.i j .-- frm u,,. .sympathy of thnt noble woman bv . and is amor." their eletfint -Dollar SVri.- ."I l.mn. ,nitf;.j ..ui ,. t... ho .-aid nmfldiuslv to Mr. Hiuclow,
. .ii-Mian-liiumsv.ne. ; Ca-e ot the pe.son iateiy acting as our p.s- . - . - , a wan f , ,asjw 3IU, vieWll . . - ' J , ? " " .V';. ..IV. u-ularlv ..Mitrtictcd. 1 v I
..M.ou.la.h.ni A Jpper county fanner MIW HOniU"'- ' ' -H., IVtvis di.l a, For: W..HI. j We M bada! ont " ,li.hrt up the preparation, and l;o
At Pilot Knob, when the school-marm 'i'j, irt.th,ci
a pupil, the mother ilaxcs it to thetnthe oioikt c
n ,-TM n j
w,,ir a !"P,, e mother IIaxc it to the
-The stray Uur is giving .vnsidenihle j
who recent I v ili(-l in Stc.
(lenevievc conntv. left an estate valueil at
c .-uvt rir.o i
the Slate. j
a man named ("Jul I nor. of ChdSIc.ilhe
-A good deal of dksatisf action isex-j
,lrow, rw iu inn;imnn( r ., .;,.. 1
i;sse,I over the appointment of a recener
for the St. Joe railroad.
. . . .... 1
A farmer named Pickens, living near .
Louisiana, in Pike county, was robbed of
$1,200 the other day, by tramps.
, , ...
nu lurhcys, hi imc stnii, j i-- - , - -j-v . i ... n.iui, i i-.i.o.i. .......
Stoddard countr, last) Wetlnesdav. , we-ber M, tti i, to consider certain
" rnmors which have become quite ger.enti
Seventy thousand barrels of apples , .galnst the Christian character of Iter.
have Innm shipped from Pike countv, this. J0!111 ForJtfr. ff J i,oJ.r M x?'in? u
, ... j duly notified of the same, the following ac
season,and thereare plenty f more rt ill liof w tokef viz . '
. . . . , , .
-A vast pigeon roost his been found
! nnur Tjd.nnrm flpwr inOftflO nnniuh .f'rl..l 1.1 - I T r - . . r
-A Car Girardeau machine, this sea-
A Cape Girardeau machine, this sea
son, threshed 14,000 bushels of wheat.
Thnt is pretty good work for a single ma
chine. A Jnnlin minim mniniiiT nwirml n
A. vascilating widower in Clark coun-
,t, ,t . . ,, , . , . .
7, the other day, balked ont of a marriage
cercmon - v at lhe He had changed
his mind, lie said, and couldn't stand it.
The Cass County bond case will be
argued before the Supreme conrt ot the
United States to-morrow. The court has
decided almost a similar case in favor of
A BIGAMOUS CLERGYMAN.
The Career Of a FrMChor Who
xay Henry Ward Becchor in the
1 The Uazgo some moutiis since published j
. , - . . , j
: a brief M-cuitnt nt the carver of R'v. John
mm m I
Foster, of Hannibal, a bigamous clcrjiy-.
nial, belonging to the Congregational
church. The association of Missouri
I churches now in scsion at St Jnis, had
his case under advircmcnt. Itc preached
in Hannibal last winter and spring.
I ..f I iiiifrea-iiloii-il iitiuister.s ali.ll!
iflVMrI art h, ihf State .! Kaii-.,s. if
i ir e nsier w:ls rc-iziii.ii i .......in.-.. .... . . . . i .. . iiiiiit hi imiiii ire.ur.i n. 3 .'unnirriiitfici.il i
: papers in his wtvcr.-.i.iu. puroiti,': to
fellin"for2o'cer5f,tn,.ts of ,hc ,,fiirers "f l,u' mMl
i arc m-ouiin.
. . . . ...- - ... .......1...
W lieil C.'IIICII IO lllis rilllll-ll 111 .iiinn. i.
I3.ll, I I' ViXi l.lliill.iii in ...f. , -
lnj ' ,3M I13,K.r ,alt. into w
'hands of three ..tliexT. of this church.
Kn h' a nlMiisii!e itwm vi.l:ug in
Kansas, unking the gravest charges against
iMr. FtAter.wiTh cilications and .efer-
e wa!a, tj,at ,in4P t.Kagc-d in the uni.;n
meetings then in progress, and th.-c brcth-
. m, l,0,icd that there was a mistake as to
, ,iu. ciarL's would j.rovc
' fXTBL'i: AM SI.AXOKUot S
.., jt tvoiild be unnecessary to di-ttirb him
church with the matter : and thev,
.herefoie. ihotiifht lt to iiiVi-stigate Uusc -
-- r t
i f! I 111 -till !ftf
5 Without waiting for a decree of divorce-
'ment he marries the thin!, fourth, fifth
depravity and of deliberate villainy scarce
" lie lias, at various times, played
TltK roi.i:oi'a fRE.c:ir.R
of the srosiiel, but it swim that be lias not
. been able toc.uiceal his true character for
,i teat length of time.
When the three brethren Letore rclerrci
jto became Faliiietl of the truth of the
! above facLs. Mr. Foster was confronted
with them. Time wa ohered linn to .lis
t i .1 :.. l
"-..... i.. ,lty. ........
tn tbe proper coitiniitti-c id the chiin h.i
Yommittee aL fin.! from cvid,,,.,-
produced before it. that. iii.ioicndoi,t of the
. . t i.-, ',..
Ii!. - iUHIC f.i.llL.1, ..II. . 41 II. I.-, J-Illll- jii-
' Is"-camea ineinlier of thechurch, ls ngui!tv
of offends wicke.1 in themselves!, but more
important as indicating mat n is conversion
m Kanscis, as were other prctcnd.il convcr-
.. r , . . " -
rl.ius jiiHive it'll rml to, was
important mbieet-. are wiilmul nuiuhcr, :! j
,1,.,, :,, !,ort i. i,a r...rr.l ,rl.n,,.,.,,r f.,r
m... t.... ?.
iiii" 4ii ii. a ii :ik tiz itiir;i tiiiiiii-v i
1 -ix mo, uus vacauou graiuni nun uy ins
... .. .. . . .? .. i i . .... .
:.lh., .....Ici.m.icrc 1
l""""o - " I ; . . .
, Wherefore the cmutnilttc, in view of thej
3l,,'c no not hesitate to rocommend
hat lho 5ai(1 Jrihn vsnnnmnnU
from tbia .-luir.-l. Ml of i-Iim-I. w
CUeu iroiii lli.s cliurtli. All oi wii.lIi l-
A lie l .Mil. .l.'.l. .17vh.v:i.4i.uii vil.ii'.ril .ill
aetion of ,hc IIanni,,a. Church. The fcl
lowing reiKirt was drafted for presentation
to the General Association, by which body
it was adopted later in the .lav.
After a special meeting of "the' Hannibal
Ccngn - gaiional Association, convened at St.
! rom the evidence set before ns, we find
that Rev. John Foster has been found
uihr of willful detention and habitn.il
laiwiiuiiu nunnE nis nuniKitr ai utuukiiriti
and Hannibal. Wc therefore fee! called
upon, as an Association, to withdraw from
him the hand of fellowship, and to strike
his name from the roll of our church.
From the evidence before us concerning his
abandoned conduct for nearly twenty yeans
previous to his last professed convertion,
and his subsequent course, wc believe that
the action taken by the Hannibal church
in expelling and advertising him. Fur
ther, the fact that the Association received
him by letter from tlie southern Kansas
Association, irregularly, so that they still
claimed him as a meaber, we acknowledge
oar haste in so doing, and would caution all
churches and associations to exercise more
care in the introduction nf men to the gas
pel ministry. E. I. Seward,
Chairman of the Committee.
A Bad Out-Look
'Hie prospecui of buildimr the Spring-
field, Western and Southern" railroad, no
longer the K. C and M.. are not the most
nattering. The amount subscribed in
Springfield is only $16,000, and along the
line of the road to Ash Grove the company
expects 510,000, making in all $26,000.
This amotiHt k not raScieat. Tlie com
pany can accomplish nothing with less than
j chaiges first, .pnclly. m j the Kxccutivc man-ion in W a-Inoglon.
1 ihv niiHiniin.'iv 11 amsii on- iim?ii--i - ... u . i .
Hid rixth time. His plan ot operation m , ijeen calling him a .age hen, has mistaken nouses ai re, icerv, vuicapt, anu ivauc
... l.-ivi. ln-en to aliaii.lon the worn-:: The Chincrc authorilio have oflieiallv n... .t..t. i,A, u Putnam, in "That Las o Iwries," L. the
r-v..- - i in i.iiu.iii m lie iii iii.iii i. iiiai. m i n: . . . . .- -
when her money was gone, and his credit t-ken pos.-c-.moii of t!u- rai Iroatl lK?tweeii j ,lf .. .u- attraction al the AUclph. ; -fcarUaiiapalns"
anion" her relatives was iet. He is , , - . , reigiw ai nuuicys, ami tony .wnier, in
charged with various cubenlciueiiu, and 'Hai. ; TMai fron, j.-,, vescr "Ilnnipty-Dnmptr at Wood's Museum,
forgery, and has been confine! in prismi at; A lire destrnye.1 the vitriol .-hop t tht " day, and the playing of In'yie way an tniM in t j.ui t,c Evangeline CVimbina-
Ieast upon two occasions as the result of NVw j,,, ci1L.,ltIc:il coinp:my, at Easi . il attempt to touch a fi'of sympa'thy tton okhI at'the Olvmpic on the 5th, and
nS'-nf-lntl,, -lwnil.- b-KHv 1570.0(0. nr if." ",J ' 'e f 'e R-! Edwin IWh at Ite Bar's. To-morrow
Jhede aiNof whal ha.Kvii thu-t, itih publicans.- II. wwbuty Arrx. erenin,: the Linganh will apiwar at the
stated ho? -i heart It?ncss. a depth ol 'n,.. tv:.. .., T ....!..:, -;.l..1n. ti :o .i.. r.i :. t..1 Ar . i. v.ii
News Items by Telegraph and
Then are ."i.OOO wounded in Plevna.
Election, have liegmi in CnMaiiti-'
Suleiman Pasha wiiwa tl.-cid.-d victory I
on the Ixiii. !
DoMoines had a Sr.O.OoO Ha-. N. j
Five thousand colliers arc on a strike :
' n Knianil. j
I , ... , ... 1
Cr.w.nur Til.h n :nird yolcnlay in
New Yoik. from his Furrocan tour.
Th.- I'lil.m 1 i,e Saving V. ml:, of Xevr
V.ok, 1 ,aid to U. .ntinlv Milveid.
It is 'isr.vired that t .micron wi
apjrf.inled :i!iibaf-diir to Fugland.
! Ta. RllltM.ni ,,nt ;.cr .-oCS ar,.
. ' " "
"Ventn.i, at ( oatlan., lenn.
A union iias-enger !epd, to co.-t S0 i
1MKI is a'tiut loU built at i'coria. Ill
The Department ha!
lion the I vpartni.-nl aj
, -The IMvians ate canicl away with
i-nthn-iaMu for the icecnt victoriis.
I -There is a great throng of visitors at
the Senate committe, but it did not amount
to a grtat deal
camp to the Czar was killtil in the recent
engagement iKifore rvar.-.
A meeting of the directors of the
... . ..... i -ii
Chicago I.tirlmgton and tumcy ron.l will
lie held next week in 15 nto:i.
An fseapd nrgio convict in Texas
killed a deputy sherili", who was taking
him hack to ihe'iMmitentiary.
! out of ttie roiinirv until 1SS0.
The tJonuan !!eidehstng is expcclrd to
than usual, .
-lt state of atf.irs in
in account ol t
The Aoacbe chiefs. Iico and Viclnries.
. . - ,
t;Allr, ....j . v:i.:... l.l
i.o , ri-
- - " ""
A telegram from Jackm, Tenm, static I
thnt all the parties injured by the accident
at the race Thursday, an improving and
A 1m!i1 robbery was committed in the
Palmer House, Chicago. Fire thousand
dollars worth of diamonds and valuables
At Frederick, Mil., yesterday, Kdwanl
Costley was couricted for tlie murder of his
cousin, Salmon Costliy, on the 4th of
At Fernnndina, Florida, yc-dcrday, lire
new cases ot yellow fever were reported.
Weather unfavorable. Food was furnished
to SOD families.
The Kenebec company's factory, at
Waterville, Maine, was burned yesterday.
The loss, which amounts toSOXK), is cov
ered by insurance.
The Czar is said to be determined to
carry on the war until the condition of the
Christian inhabitant? of Turkey is finally
and definitely implored.
A Rnssian battalion yesterday attack
ed the Turkish forces at Rutschuk, but
was forced to retreat, with a loss of four
hundred killed and wounded.
Four Russian div:sions yesterday at
tacked the Turkish lines on tlie Lorn.
They were repulsed with a loss of eight
hundred killed and tome prisoners. The
Turkish loss wis but one hundred killed
and sixty wounded.
At an engagement near Garnji, Gen.
GourkoV forces captured four cannon and
a qaantity of rifles and aamamtion, and
made Achmet Ewsi P.ihvht chiefs of
talf, and ahout 15,000 soldier prisoners.
..... i t j i... i i psa' 1 1 i:i in e iiin o, a ki.,ik. i ...... . . ir.. : .... :-.-....."..; i
. ..v. , ..... .. . ...... M ...V U.Cfc .....V - V. . I'l I MHBICI lllfll. .I.n. I.IRT I4...VI ill IIIV I'lllCI.
- t m t etn.irH f j k iv .Miliiiiitl.r .mlhli.1 r
.. ' ! We.lnes.lar evening. ht. 2llb. at the .... ... ......
,.l Calitornia salmon recently i whlvnfC f bride's pnnnts, bv-Ker.J. ftm"23g!
p ,,.il through Chicago o its way Has,, j K. Sharp, Kev. V.. F. riant and Miss Ida ' TmIT hZ
..... . . I ' Miller.
Senator t ..ukliiig presented to the Jien-1 ., . , , . . . . , . n i ... r. i-.
... Z . ! O, CTupid ! During the great revival, J Mrs. Rower opened at the Caliinmia
ate a ixdition trom ctiw ns of w oik , r Rp. c . a , Willinms were here Thealre. San Francisco, on the loth, in
SmmWmm kWm W
.n?n..tivi ii.t i,.,.! ti.t
exallnl plane bv the .-Me of that grand
i woman wl,o-e time and talents are to i
I divided l- twrt i, literature, art and sciener
(.n Ihe o,. hind, and the dear children on
the other. Oh, that we were a child again.
that ne n,iht sit at her feet and learn. I'.ul
I that we might sit at her Kvt and learn. Ihit
HM3:,w,a.fS we are old. and our tas arc
:.-adlv vitiated, and our views arc distorted
' .md bv a dash of her cruel n she has shut
us oil' into oftter darkn-sy. Kami us a fan
This it the wav Sister Jones ls down on
j that pink of propriety over in Hannibal.
, llie.N.Halia I.A,niaii who ett.iMs nn-
jder th.M,.mi.iyi.;i,of"Hea Ihtes." is ihe
;w,. fc,..I.M man 111 the .State ot .Mciourt.
i StuU-rMHH wants it understood th
hawker of the Marshall Jfrhwcittt, who has
Republican having a bosom. Their milk
I,. ... ..... ..
! of human kindness is obtune.1 the udder
i i him- ,ra",c, oeiiciic uiimiMiLs o, uir niw p..i.. ...... ..... . .... ., , ., .,
i -i ....... - - - of o.ul pnso It shows tine nerrenlinn mil f voun man to pilot her thioiigh the path
under cnsuler.. should not let their angry passions rise. 01 " ,M,.!J nse- " !"OTs ' ine VT- r ! . 1 Iws forest
-P. r I. 1 . .. . . i,in,i , .nnlllMl i.u.rv.Knn .ul . ... .-.illCIIIIS IWI dltl.tl.tll .1 l". .11111 il
... . .i'it .aini.i 1.1 in, .mil 1.. anurii 10
ipnipiialio,,-. I.iltl sisters hsmw were never made to , ..;., ,ll:r;i,1.if,. . .
. . ... ... a igorotis. ,n.l spirited style. There . - , Man a
!scrairn um t-n.ro muers rvw 0111.
I ... ... . ... . ) clonal., on tin; ii.i
j Would it not be a good idea to have aelianof the troupe,
I lilc lire in the churches during services or
Sabbath school on these fold Stindavs.
(,' t',o, Ttutt.
Churrhc are intended to teach people to
avoid the fire; but Harrisonville people
. . . .
Will A lock go along to exempliiv the
" . " . ' -
i n.i. m..i ..l .. 1 1 1. .y . It r.F, . . w I I
: would Ihe one that Aleck puts on himself
! have to Ik to make a good fit ?
with the Oosite! reaper, in the harvest Held
of the Lonl, the little gn1 I'npid stretched
his invisible telephom' from Ihe heart of the
lift, harrer-ter to thai of tin fair maiden of
j Warremburg. Ami this U ihe result. May;
iney live ...ng a.,., nappy.- nrm,
The eoplcof Sc.1alia will readily remem
!r Ihe Kev. Crant. It is safe to Far that
M a .7.1 wtrvl In A.l17 Mr t It t fit Atili ama
, , B ,m , m .
, ' . . "
"-,fc a ' 13 ""I
A few days of royal uns,ine. How
graiemi io uie wioggeti iceimgs m uiepast
Feelinrs in lhe fojr man be Ye r? iHrTcr-l;,
cut from feelings in sunshine, but it is really I
too bad that Ihe days should hare felt so . hoUory of Chariton county. The names ol
bad about it. That they are grateful for ' the old settlers who were in a tendance, to
the changed condition oi things w an cvi-1 Xthcr with their age ami date of settling
. ., . .. , I. . , , in the countr, are as follows: Daniel
dence that they have len well brought up, , Ahbir gfd n cx,tober
and that old man Tice(fit. not negleoteil the J h. 1818 ; John Sportsman, aged 7, came to
moral training of his pciJoQf. jibe county November 12, !822; N.N.
... , ..... Grobns, aged w, came to tlie county m o-
Kentucky girl now drew their hair are-hen isi; JP. Williams, aged 68,
la Mrs. Hayes. Errhongt. cme to the county in October. 1816 ; Chan.
So glad we know it. It Is all-important Cahall, aged G- came to the county in Oc-
that the people should know. Now tell ns
t.- xr J ill .i. b .. ?
The mosqnito whoc'ungto ns hotter
than a brother has winged himelf away,
and memoir alone bears his hum. hr-
Hum, sweet hum, of course.
Wonlda't it have been better if the ,
Democratic Honse of Congress had ap
pointed one of its officers from the Repnb
lican party, jat to show that the North had
been forgiven for the part it took in the late
unpleasantnaao-Coiiacif Jilnjk Nonpareil.
That's what we call a very sensible prop
osition. Cktraga infer-(Awa.
And be devoured by pups of their own I
Swindled by Oypaie.
A Gran by colored man, by industry and
economy managed to save op quite a asm
of money by haaliag water, with which he
purchased a fine farm. A few days ago a .
number of wandering gypsies visited fch
farm for the parpose of telling fortanea.
Thev told the colored man and his wife
that they were destined to become the '
kineand naeea of all their race in America,
and all that was necessary to bring this
abewt was to deposit their aseane ia the
hand of an aged gipsy woman for safe
keeping. Tills the simple minded people
finally did, and the remit ia that they art
ahoat $300 oat and no nearer reyaky than
when farnihiag thirsty Granbyites with
NKW PUBLICATIONS SoMrrmsf.
Aboit thk Books, At Tltois .Mi
KMNctk or mi: Day. -j
Thio," is a new novel by Mr. F. II. Bnr-
I nolle, issued by Peterson ttn., Philadel-
I Ilia, awl oso--s a remarkable degree of ;
( interest. Yet it hy no mean compare with .
her former production, "That La (VI-ow-!
ricV If there is a mcral to the work it i-'
so deeply hhMen in the dea.ant vscite-,
nient incident t love tlut one U very :ijd
to overlook it. It show., however, that it j
i very dangcrmu for an engaged ymin
, man to trust hiuwlf to the acciation of a
miiiy oi neuif tre.ite.i t.. a chapter ot social
hrn.w. rne -Jo,y encernn the career of
t ;.., -...v.. ..ic.
w-uiMqumBi, u-nw ami p .ineuc enect.
T,0,v,s', "'J'1' a. ealwbite.1
f'1 ' ar eln-
i l"r. It is jHHS.ble that the
author may have known mon about the life
,rt fucU 5,10 wa' tle majority
of ,, r rrr-
"Flirtatioiv iu America." or "High Lite
inXew York.' issued bv IVtersoR A linn.
is a very aRreeaide society hook, showing
..T,P Mother-in-lw,' hv Mrs. Smith,
1 wnrth. is written in the n-,nl stvleof this
very prolific writer, and docs not dhdose
. anv: new. iVatun"!. of interest.
Succeeding her, the 1-oai.l will hcoccu-
Raymond continues to draw crowded 1
" . . . -o- , i .
The Adah Richmond Cuiuedr Comiiam
wj,, yi Pauline Markham a' one of tl"
attractions, opened at Woo.1V Theatre, Cin-
i ciunati, on the loth. Moee Fisk is the com-
. The old comediam Hotiruh at the Boston
'.Museum; Mt Marv Anderson opened at
'be Boston on ihe 13th, ami "The Danites"
yk l,,c k 91 the V,li,bc " ,hcsane
m opened at the
on the loth, ami
re underlined for
Pl3mi at ronrs
trpra Iloue, iialtimore, on the loth, and
. l rV, - 1 1
Academy of Mnsic.
. At the t. rand Opera House, Cincinnati,
i?1"??."!?...". 1? Jh i L?1
IMHILII...OII win n lu-iiiuimw cvriiing.
. . , ,
Iy.,,a yth W,JI PI?! 1" ,he. Sm '
IWIhiwto s iipera Mow, Lineinnali.
The Florences, he!.! the boards at Ro!
ins, Cincinnati, the paat week.
Rennioa of Old Settlors.
There was a reunion of the old settlers of
hanlon wntrt at the fair emtintU in
Kevtesville, on Thnrs.Iar, the 4th fast.
Uncle Daniel Ashhr. the oldest settler, ad
dressed them lor a short time upon tlie
arIr limets when thev were compelled to
oirtiul lhipimi vritla tanrtir aaii hmIIa fni
. t t fc . . . , ,
w txTMrn r m mmw m m tm m a lira inrmiiiiiHwi
- ru f. . .i ,
lober, IH18; vtm. Merry lord, agea o:,came
the county Apr.!, 14, 1818; J. T. Doy,
! aged 50. caate to the countr in November,
Kstolfi and Horaawkipa.
In Stoutland. last Satarday, some men
congregated to par their taxes and attend
i. .. . . I 1 . I
to oiner siwincHt. mcwani jwmoii ana
V . u t.mmm T-..!.,. '
MP1e rwef.J 7"1?1. I
became quite fashionable that dar and!
n.t .teserv-1 - , ,jr a numKr of combinations, which , .r,,c rrench gunbr.at Seg.d, fmn Tahiti jjve ,.f the American I'nio-.i 1 protest,
" ,;iluirr.n,n,,s..n...tt.Wl,o ..t.n.d,,rJb"""C Afe l.i...,W. It Isn't rOSICtful tO
- , . i-.o ot tne ftocietv islands. Mie diett Ktpt. -..
e Missouri ' ing the remainder of the season. i of uart d;:i. Her ..l. lest n Vrr.n.. her. or to me, either.
at the iav-' Mi.-cKi.i.ANEors xtm. has lieen proclaimed Kinir. ' Mr. liisrclow blushed so viol
inTIC icii np miiiinfwiDMiiniinii w vn
Katon and Malone about the treats. Ma- Dr. Dodds. is a female physician in reg
lone drew hn pistol ami presented it xs if j ular practice in St. lymis. She wears
intending to fire. Other parties interfered
and Maloae pat the dangeron weapon in
h nocket. In a tew uoateaU Jviton began
to belabor Malone over the beadjacc, back
ad nhonlders with a hone-whip which he
held ta his a and. Malone drew his pwtol
again and fired at Eaton The bail cat
, through p.aton's coat and vest and passed
. t t l t r. l? .
mill IHC ItMIC IH m WOOOCH BBIHUHg IBai
happened to be in range. Eaton was not
hurt. Parties interfered again and aepara-
ted tne combatant, whet, it wan discovered
wa" 081 " Vtct
Fteatia Ja th Mirwr.
KaiUsv last thm tsslv ml m k,, .koul la
of ign, waa rlsmvmd ia the river at
HannihaL Jtehrw the bridae. and bmns-bt ta
the shore. The boy was dramd in a fall
ait el cawimere dothes, and had on aa
evtreoat and a raw pair of shots. The
body taaasad to have baa ia th
abaat a week. Ia km nithst waa
ta the water
DClKt'asafc CwMtaasMasV 9ft C6Mta is
No cine to the aaaae of the nafortaaate
bar wan foimd.
ACMuu of BaaU Talk for oar
Through ddeii uooih and purple eves
and shadow cool and tender,
With Kccuesof tram pi 1 1 h:ppine-s and
dreams of deep delight,
tlctober Iixe u Fiinces.-
in her Oriental splendor
(o,nes lown the valley singing with her
retinue of Huht.
(,eritnson days and ;ddeu !
O, wealth of arnvreil trea-ure!
() vintages whrwe presses pi,r the royal
wirnts ot life!
(Jive joy and peace and ph niv.
In the I irgcssof your me;tuv.
For the coming tlays arc driMry day of
turmoil nod ol strife.
'Woman can talk if thev cannot vote,
I ..iv. the H".n !. Jot mt(. V.iu lh-t !
Women's fon hiesn f.ir rioluu, i- .-uili-
j l.ieill, ,.s.,S:,ie.t in the Met that tl:cv are
A young lady in Tex a- who adve,tied
for a husbands says that h?i-. can talk piii
losopliy as well as rock the cradle.
The ratio of insanity has inrrca-ed ten
per cent, among women .hiring the last
ten years. '1 hat exolaiu thec long trains
I ami -et-o.nck Unmet.
. me appmache when the prevail
!nSTO"nS iliscover that s!,e
Mormon. If a wife runs awav with an
other chap the lonesome huhju.l isn't
compelled to get up and co..k his own
j Foor old grandmother, writing a fare-
well to her grandson, wln has Lnmlit
i down hi cropped hair with sorrow to the
' prison for Hie at hanl lal
ihor: "He a gixnl
boy and, above all, keei. out of had roi-
"How to tell a lady" i, described in a
iwiiiun CAi:u.uit;e. j.u, nw ; iney van l
tell tieople anvlhing on that subject. Just
take hold of her head, slip vour arm
aroundher waist, and tell her in It whisper,
That's the correct w.y. .
It was the most eventful fortnight iu the
woman's life. Securing a divorce Iron,
her husband in the Supreme Court ot
JfBOde island. i-pSen, her "is, she married a
r ... ft i..
in .Newport the next Thursday,
r four .lays later, and died Tues-
. This is a decrease ot over ex -
nan a oaov
When the great li-tchel was on lh. piint
of starting for her Anisic m tour, s! aid
to her brother Raphael Felix : "But sup.
pose I was to meet with an accident; every
th:Bg depenU-i upon me; and if I was to die
what would become ol you, poor near
creatures." They all declined to enter -
r.i t..i rr ..
tain the idea of so inauspicious an endin
M.ll IIIV HIC U IIMinilltlUIII an eiiuin
to a triumphal entry. "However, never
wind if I do." she said to.her brother; "all
you have to dois to vmbnlin me, aud ex
hibit me for so much per head."
A French woman sued a tenant, a
. t -. ? .i .t. - ,
woman, lor bringing be-l-bugi into her
house among the furniture, and the. Ju l
leave her damagcA to thy amount of 1.000
franc, ami tlie woman who had ovd-hugs
in her furniture had to pay the costs be
sides. There is not a doubt that the
French are the most enlightened union in
Love is seldom lost in this world, for it
it be not sown in a fertile field where it
iniy grow up a blewing, it pnrilies ami
chastens the heart that gives it birth. But
though a cloud of doubt often obscures its
bright shining, we may be jKHitively cer
tain that none Is lost between two w mi-n
who speak of each other as "tint person."
Aupwta Kruls, sister of the late Mile,
TitienV, writes to the London pjper cor
recting some errors in relation to the his.
tory of the famoassinger. She says their
father was a lighterman in a large "way of
business, own ing several vessels, and after
ward a distiller in good circumstances in
Hamburg. The expenses of Mile. Titien's
musical education were entirely defrayed
by members of her own family.'
Tlie second night after her first hus
band died she sat by the upon clrimttcr
window Eve hours waiting for the cats to
begin fightin in the back yard. Said
she: " Thi thing of going to sleVn with-
out a quarrel of donid kind is so new that
i can i stan'.i it. me aiont mi tner
begin; llien I can doz-jolf gentle.
Fashionable Engl Uh women are just now
agitated with a terrible social question
whether or not it in right to wearfurs. It
is not becaase furs are too dear, or not as
warm and lasting as ever, but because they
are 'common." Every woman his a set
The Woodstock, Ontario, Sfutiud has
tbe following in reference to Miss Jane
achohehl, daughter of Mr. rrtnci Scho-
field, of that place, whose death by being i
earned over Niagara rails lux been re
ported: "Miss Schofie'd was a young
lady of remarkable ability. She learned
telegraphy in the Dominion office at
ooristoclc some time ago, and acquired
such proficiency in the art, and displayed
such marked ability, that she was "ap
pointed jQ( the position of amanuensis in
ths Dominion Telegraph Company's offices
in loronio. sue was aiso wen Known as a
contributor to magazines, etc.. am! some of
her writings possemcd real merit. Some
few won this ago she had to give op her
position, owing to illness,and has since been
"taring at Staten Island, New York State,
.v. ...i: .anvil, ui htti irc-Mit... .T1IV w ..3 on
her way home when ths melancholy occur
rence look place. This Is the third mem
ber of bis family tlut Mr. Schofield has
lost during the present year. It is need
less to add that he and' his family have
"e heirl-telt sympathy of the whele com-
"unily in their sad herearement and hour
trousers, confined at the bottom rather
closely, a garment in place of a coat
. r . -. . ... . . . . .
which is neituer coat nor cioaic. and a aat
which ia neither male nor female in char
acter, but a compromise between the two.
She taken san baths, and has immensely
high fences surrounding her house.
We have tried Dr. Ball's Cough Syrup
ia our family, ami can assert that it is the
best remedy for a cough or cold ever intro
duced. Price, 35 cent.
To tba AaWcted.
Pains in the back, head, heart, lungV
rheumatism, neuralgia, lumbago, sciatica,
rheamatic gout, nervous and kidney dis
eases, positively cared or Dr. Fasten
Kheamatie Renwdy and vegetable Liver
Pills. A physician's sveeiahie for 42
yean, never fail when taken as directed
Chartta Bell aOa, sole agtaai for Sadalia.
The apple trade was pretty lively yesterday.
iwiKi iu . . ji i me irii xiiui.u..v, i.. .
i . f ! .. ... ..-'1 '!
;mb. TiiiDBH befobk the
Ho was Usufructed, Tout Becoverod
He Bips the Bojal Robe And
Offers to Beform it Victoria
Trivate circles iti England have not
yet jzot over tltcussing the eccentric
uctions of Mr. Tiblcn thiring an un
heruMetl autliciice with the (iiccti.
The oM gentleman sueircctlctl in get
tlnjr tliroujrh tlie nreliminaries pretty
fatrlv. Ik htiwetl with impressive
.iiiititty to throe of tin:- initiatory
!liiii!;n-: hut on ettch .Mrcasion ro
Uviiii'.l luniM'lf nobly, on lioinjj
tm.tcheil siniticintly hy'Mr. Higolow,
hy rooking ?tverely at the llttnktcs and
nduikinjr them for the mistake with
the ino.-t nnmistakaiile fnwt,s. The
wind te:tlitti to this event :" hut on
the whole lie'wasahleMeotne up i'.li
quite a sniUiit"; contitenanre when the
eventful nioiueut arrived. TIie(tie.ii
received him graciously that .Mr.
Tilden involuntarily lookeil around
with some ahu m for Ahram Ilewett to
see if her intentions were strict'v
Uononiiile ; iuit as she persisted in ad
dressing him through one of herhtdh?
in waititut he.-oon regained confidence,
and was ::s much at home as an Amer
ican in Kttrope can he.
"The (Juecn rejoices t meet Mr.
Tilden,"' she said. "She hail the
honor nf his acquaintance through the
American newspaper for many years. '
Here Mr. TihlenV emliarra-smon t
lie-in. "Why doesn't she talk to mr
he said it a hoarse whisjer to Mr.
liigelow. having ihe presence of mind
and delicacy, 'mwevcr. to coyer hi.s
month with his hand aud put the
former close to Mr. IJigelow s t ar.
... , . ... ... :c..i
r I don t like it. It isntrespcct.ini.
I I'm as ood as she, anv day."
..r. Tilden," said Mr. Jiii:elow,
hintselt in a painful state of embarrass-
ment ir j-ontc reason, "df-onis it super-
i .luous to return the compliment. Her
j Majotv will lielieve Mr. Tilden when
. ,:i?f , . u . 1 v .
lv ni t you talk to her I tnter-
runted Mr. Tilden, in the same hoarse
whtsnr. but tjrtitnateiy Willi the
' , .
L.inie nfieef ul movement of the hand,
t.j , q tl) .lWt
t. ', S . . , .. ... ,,
)U ! Whatve we got todoutthlhe
that be seemed in some danger of
apoplexy: but Mr. lilden did not
notice it, having suddenly determined,
in a fit of uncontrollable abstraction,
to stuff iiis handkerchief in his shoe.
"The Queen bojies Mr. lilden is
; ,. . i . ' i.:,i,..
well, venturetl her Majesty kimity
I ... ... , . , - -
wishing to Iitt lier uisiingutsneti
visitors almve the situation, and hwd:
ing rebiikingly at several of the Indira,
wiiose imperturbability was severely
What 're vctt laughing at ?" said
Mr. Tilden, suddenly turning toward
the tallest and stiffest and most im
pressive of the male sentinels iu :tt
tendence in the ante room some dis
tance oil, and necessarily speaking
loudly. "I noticed that person smil-
inij as 1 came in, .lonn ints to .Mr.
Bigelow "and he imitated the cast
in my left eye so perfectly that it
wasn't in human nature to escape it.
I trust I do not ask too much if I in
sist, your Majesty" this to the Queen
"that this; individual lie discharged
j Turnn(r arom, in 3me haste Mr.
Tilden accidentally planted his heel
on the long trail ot a taiiy in waning,
and as the lady, frightened at some
thing, started at that moment to walk
rapidly away, the trail parted with
the upper portion of her apparel with
an exasperating rip. For a moment
Mr. Tikleii stood appalled,, having
i onlv the presence of mind necessary
i ... . . . . . ......
to lute simultaneously tne nans m
nearly all his fingers ; but he soon re
named his usual ease and felicity of
Ipvncdient. Indeed, the accident
i . .
'seemed to set him as much at his ease
as it apparently pained and troubled
the rest of the" party. "I leg your
pardon " he Mid, walking up to the
lady of the disfigured raiment, and
frankly extending his hand. ! would
not have done it for the worlds," he
added with frank effusiveness. "For
tunate!?, however, I have the neces
sary remedy at band. In mv loncli-
J . " . . - 1 M I.
ness as a bachelor in which I have
ll.l tl.lllUfc lllll. WMIC.I 0..UW....MJ
.. - . . 1 . . .
with me, owing to tae irrepnraoie
melancholy necessarily following the
departure of your noble husband I
have had occasion to provide myself
with what ia Aaterica is known as a
'bachelor a little box containing
needles and thread, etc. and I have
learned to use it" he smiled in the
most charming manner, and, as he
afterwards said to Mr. Bigelow, fairly
redeemed himself. "Now, it this lady
will step to tlie light I will soon repair
the rent caused by my carelessness."
"Oh, no no!' said the lady,
evidently more embarrassed than Air.
Tilden had been, and speaking natur
ally, as Mr. Tilden afterwards declar-
ed, "for the only time during the
Modest, perhaps V said Mr. Tilden,
with a start of surprise. "And right ly
so, too," he added, alter a moment of
profound thought, looking apon her
with a fatherly interest. "Never
Blind, my dear. ' Have it'done at the
ditjjiaiakerg, and send the hill to me.''
ThereaMiader of the interview was
a hurried matter of getting away, not
wittMCaadiaf; Mr. TlldeiT whisper to
Mr. Bigelow to-the effect that he was
just getting acquainted r and nothing
woakl have restored 31 r. Tihlen to
good huaaor excepting the fact that he
scrowled at the impressive flunkeys ia
passing out with alarming intensity
that he made the latter blush.
We will aot cumweut oa this sing
ular visit of Mr. Tildeu to the Queen.
It might be deeaaed superfooua.
SoJke it to say that the Qneca ex
preaatd the opiaion of Enjrjwh seaiefy
whea aha said, with a quiat sjaiie to
her ladiea in waiting, "I do not think
he isas fasciuatiag as Mr.' Grant."
i (ieeirs attendants : As a represcnia-