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TUESDAY. DECEMBER, 25, 1877.
The. Porte is inclined to sue lor
epace and appeals to Europe.
Lerdo's adherents have gained a
audi success at Lir, Mexico.
A bloody aortie was that of Osman
Paaka'a, who had 12,000 killed and
wounded in it.
How would Mr. Crandall's and
Mayor Clark's speeches at the Leroy
House convention sound now ?
There is nothing like having a pure
minded patriot for a citizen, like O.
A. Crandall, for instance. See an
England is reported uneasy upon
the present status of the Russo-Turko
war, and is rapidly increasing her
naval and military strength.
The question is now. who was to di
vide with Crandall? Certainly not
the Honorable Mayor. Neither was
it Ballon & Co. Echo answers who?
The election of Antes was a fire
brand in the camp. Certain persons
knew that, and that is the reason the
Crandall-Clark ring wanted him
It has been ascertained by a naval
court of inquiry that the commander
of the Huron was responsible for her
low. This will be very consoling to
those who lost their relations in her.
Troops have been sent to El Paso,
Texas, to preserve the peace, and pro
tect American citizens, but it is stated
no serious complications between the
Mexican and U. S. governments is an
ticipated. The Pope and Samuel Bowles, not
only continue to exist and have their
being, but though loaded down with
tons of obituaries, they steadily im
prove. Another remarkable example
of the power of the press.
Another Chicago bank president
baa crossed the river, and the Central
Bank can charge discrepancies to
"running expenses." W. F. Endi
eott is not a bad man, he simply had
ore cash than belonged to him.
It is about time for the people of Se
dalia to wake up. Benton county has
Made up its portion of the sum requi
site to build the Narrow Gauge. If
Sedalia don't want the road, Jeflerson
Ciry does, and this is the last call.
That high-toned cut-throat, Escobe
do, is in New Orleans, and states that
be does not anticipate any war between
the United States and Mexico. Es-
cobedo's opinion is worth very little on
any subject, to an American mind.
A mob has seized upon the tax
books of St. Clair county, and there
is considerable excitement there in
consequence. The trouble all origi
nates in the railroad tax, the interest
on which bonds the people are deter
mined not to pay.
According to the Galveston News,
by the retrenchment instituted in the
Management of the Houston and Tex
as Central Railroad under Commo
dore Morgan's control, a gain of $12,
097 92 in net earnings was made dur
ing the six months ending Oct. 31,
notwithstanding a decrease in the
gross earnings for the same period
since 1876 of $177,884 52.
The difficulty between Gordon and
Conkling has been amicably adjusted
by the Senate. If the Senate would
attend to its own business instead of in
fringing on the rights ot the press,
there might have been a pleasant little
duel, which would have been a god
send in these "weak, piping times of
Washington specials say that Mr.
Franklin, of Kansas City, has pre
pared a bill providing that an officer
of the War Department shall be sent
to Jefferson City to take evidence in
regard to Missouri war claims, in order
that these claims msy be audited and
provision msde for their payment.
The Mexicans and half-breeds on
the border have attacked the Ameri
cans at 1 Paso, and killed ive Texas
ranter, assassinated a merchant after
be surrendered, and killed a U. S.
soldier. The Texas troops were en
trenched, fighting against ten times
i their number at last accounts. The
governor has asked the President for
troops to repel the invasion.
Later dispatches report that the
6ultan'a "beard how curls in ire," and
be swears by the prophet he wants no
"peace until the Muscovite Giaour shall
asake hisaself into a Crescent of de
feat and humility. Meantime, Ma
bosset's cofin hangs in mid-air, and
the old box looks as if it was liable to
The 1 Paso difficulty turns out to
be little more than a local riot. A
dispatch states that the State troops
sarraadered to the Mexican mob at 3
o'clock op the 17tk. Their ammunition
was exhaastod, and they were unable
to knld nat m Inn-.. - a A U..
Bwrrsskleied, Howard, Atkinson and
J WUKCft. AtKi UIGT
HeBrite wen shot to dsatk by the
The prospect of peace in Europe,
which may now be forced upon the
Turks bv the vigorous movements of
v. ? I... Miopia
the KUSsian armies ur uv tuc
tion of friendly powers, will have its
effect upon the grain trade, and will
probably lead to lower prices. W hen
ever peace is proclaimed it will unlock
tn the markets of the world great ac
cumulations of grain now in store in
Southern Kusaia. Speculators in
erain will not care to take very large
risks in a uusiness name io ue uisur
rauged by peace negotiations.
Great inventions, like misfortunes,
seldom come singly. Thought on oue
invention suggests and stimulates an
other, and often leads to unexpected
results. Prof. Bell's study of the me
chanical production of speech, for the
purpose of teaching deaf mutes, led
to his invention of the telephone. In
the same way Dr. Kosapeiiy ana
Prof. Mary, in England, who have
lone interested themselves in the
teaching deaf mutes, have suc
ceeded in graphically representing the
movements of the lips, those of the
veil of the palate and the vibrations
of the larynx, so that phonetic char
acters, produced by the voioeitself,
may be transmitted by telegraph and
translated into phonographic short
hand at any distance from the .speaker.
The instrument is similar to the tele
phone, but is more perfect in its work
ings and wider in its applications. So
far as learned, the deaf mutes have
not been particularly benefited by the
A sort of grim satisfaction comes
nn from all over the countrv at the
announcement that Congress has taken
a recess of nearlv a month, covering
the holiday season and a good part ol
January, and it is suggested that if
the representatives of the people will
oniy pass the Appropriation bills, they
raav at once adjourn until next De
cember without detriment to public in
terests and certain pleasure to the peo
ple. The fact that throughout the
called and regular sessions very little
useful legislation has been perfected
confirms the impression that Congress
is a costly governmental appendage.
It is doing the damage to the national
finances that the Legislatures have
done for the various States until the
people fairly groan under the burdens
they have to bear, hut when they
murmur they are silenced by the re
mark that ihey are enjoying the bless
ings of free representative govern
ment, and the lack of wisdom in the
management of affairs continues to go
hand in hand with corruption and in
fidelity to patriotic and official pledges.
An order has at last been issued
from the Postoffice Department that
unsealed packages from Europe, ar
riving in Kew York by mail, which
contain dutiable goods, shall be re
turned to the foreign forwarding post
office, marked "Subject to custom du
ties," and suspected sealed packages
shall only be delivered when the re
ceiver consents to the opening of the
package in the presence of a custom
officer. Millions of dollars worth of
gloves, jewelry, laces and costly trin
kets and goods of every description
have been smuggled into this country
through the mails, and heretofore noth
ing has been done to check it.
The practice of getting friends in
Europe to send dutiable goods of the
smaller sort through the mails is uni
versal, and gifts from abroad are al
most always sent in that way. So suc
cessful has this sort of traffic been that
tradesmen are now smuggling large
varieties and quantities of goods in
this way, and hence the order. If
customs are to be collected, there
should be no possible way of avoiding
The trade dollar was coined to save
the two per cent, discount on silver
bullion when exported, and is made as
near the value of the Mexicau dollar
as possible. It is not a legal tender
for any amount in the United States,
and is "not a United States coin, being
issued by the San Francisco mint as
an evidence abroad of its purity and
weight. It is coined exclusively for
private parties and is not issued by
the government otherwise than in ex
change for bullion. Between July
1873, when they were first coined, and
June 30th, 1877, 24,581,340 pieces
were struck, nearly all of which has
been exported to China. It is not a
legal tender, nor receivable by law in
:he payment of debts, public or pri
vate, aud in no Way is included in, or
interferes with our money circulation
or money standard. The export de
mand for these pieces is so great that
the California mint is unable to turn
out the coin fast enough to satisfy the
requirement. The coin is commer
cially worth 1 88-100 cents more than
the American dollar, 2 7-10 mills
more than the Japanese yen. it is a
stamped ingot with its weight and fine
ness guaranteed by the United States
mint, issued to save the discount on
exported silver bullion, and to take
the place in the arts formerly filled
by the subsiduary coins of the United
States which- were to a great extent
melted by silversmiths The coinage
diners from the American dollar as
follows: the American eagle head
facing to the right; reverse, Goddess
of Commerce, while the American
dollar has the American eagle head
facing the left; reverse, Goddess of
Major General Sitting'Bull has in
vaded the United States with an army
of Sioux and Nez Perces. He is now
ready to entertain company in the
Bear Paw mountains. We advise that
the War department make an attempt
to start Howard after him before
spring, for Sitting Bull is in the prime
! ,.r i:rn...l ml.t Aiant nl.l mat. Iwfnro
111 lilt U1IU Ullgll V w-
Howard can catch up with him
From a prominent contractor on
theDenison and Southeastern railroad,
the Denison Xews learns that by Janu
ary 10th, if not sooner, the entire road
contracted for will be completed.
The track laving is now advanced to
point about four miles from that cit'.
and the Choctaw will be reached by
Thursday. This gentleman also said
that he received a telegram notifying
him that work on the R. R. & R. G.
would begin at an early date, and tlmt
he had made his arrangements to com
mence work on that railroad within
ten davs from date.
Since the purchase of Alaska by
the United States government, invest
ments in distant outlying islands and
promonotories have ceased to be as at
tractive as they were in the earlier
and better days of the Republic The
country turned away with loathing
from the San Domingo project and the
Sandwich Island protectorate. The
Saraoan amlassador, who seeks to su
gar his dose by saying that the British
Lion is very anxious to swallow it,
finda no greater favor. Uncle Sam
even refused to take back the land he
gave away to the Pacific railroad com
panies at a very tnoaerate price.
Speaking of the seizure of the tax
books at Osceola, last week, the Repub
lican says it was committed, then,
in the pretended interest ot the tax
payer, and the authors of the act evi
dently assume that their conduct will
le approved by the community. It
remains to be seen whether this as
sumption is correct or not. The pur
pose of the seizure, we presume, is to
get rid of paying the taxes levied to
meet the interest on the county's rail
road bonds and judgment thereon;
but as all the hooks were carried off.
no taxes whatever can be oolltcted
not even the regular county, school
aud state levies. The county owes to
the state abmit 88,000 in taxes for the
present year, and the state will not re
lease it from the obligation. The col
lector is responsible to the state audi
tor, and if he is not able to protect
himself from such violence as that
which was committed in this seizure,
it will be the duty of the governor to
furnish him with assistance from other
New York Sun : Judge Van Brunt
says that if he bad his way, he "would
have a law passed prohibiting any
newspaper from publishing any report
except a verbatim one, giving all the
testimony." If a good many lawyers,
including several who have become un
pleasantly prominent in connection
with the disappearance of trust funds,
had their way, it would be very diffi
cult to publish a newspaper at all
While lawyers, as a rule, are amiable
men, the profession is a shield for nu
merous scamps, whose success in
achieving fortune by crooked methods
is seriously interfered with by the
press. We do not suppose that Judge
Van Brunt has any sympathy with
his class, but they will undoubtedly
endorse his suggestion, and nine-tenths
of the convicts in the penitentiary
would endorse it, and all the frauds,
from Hayes down. Carried into prac
tice, it would simply mean that the
press should publish no court news
expose no scoundrels, and gibbet no
Tiie salt pits in San Elizaro, says a
gentleman from Xew Mexico now in
St. Lotus, over which the recent
disturbances nave occurred, are
vast deHisits of crust salt, proba
bly left there by the drying out of
what were once salt lakes. They
have long been known, and for over
two hundred years residents in the
vicinity have been in the habit of go
ing there unmolested for their supply
of salt. When the territory in which
these salt pits are located was received
from Mexico, the United States re
ceived the population there as Araeri
can citizens and guaranteed them all
their rights as such. It is these peo
ple, Mexicans by birth, but made
Americana by the treaty, who arc
causing all the trouble, and not the
Mexicans from the other side of the
boundary. They believe the claim of
the pretended owners of the salt pits
to be fraudulent, and that over two
hundred years of free access to the
pits have msde them free property.
such as not even the state government
has not got a right to convey to pri
vate individuals. The claimants of
the pits demand two dollars per bushel
for the salt, and this has so incensed
the people that, f ailing to obtain legal
redress, they have on this, as oa other
occasions, sought to vindicate by force
what they believe to be their rights
in the matter.
Notice is hereby gives that the aBnaml
election of Director of the First National
Bank of Sedalia, will be held at their Bask
iae hoaae oa the 8th day af Jaw ary next
at 1 o'clock p. m. Waa.Gtry, Wat. Loary,
and J.C. HifxiM will act MjaM of said
election. C. Newkhjk, Cashier.
December 8th, 1877. dw-4i
FROM EAR TO EAR.
Sanaruinary End of an Old and
Prominent Citizen of Indepcnd-t
Kansas citv Tim..
Freouent as suicides have become
in our larger cities, such occiinvuees
are ainiOSl lOiailV liUKiniwii hi iiid i;iu-
ioned communities like IndeK?inh'iice. I
Hence it was, m part, that a Feeling.
of horror seemed to seize ujmhi every
one in the town, as upon the early
oDenimr of business vestenlav morning
the report pas-el trom lip to up tnar
Peter Hinters had taken his own life
.- ,. i.
with h's own hand, and was then lying
a WimhIv crp?e in liis harber shop on
the north tide of the square.
r thrw hliicrks from tilt llt ror
several years iic u:ia neen .uiu.-m i
i.. 1wat ltn It'allYll :tla?tllf 1 1 l
iiir TMiiiitT i.iiiaiT iiiiiL ati
.ifnn m c 1 1 trim otiii4iwv iir wiiiiii kiii-
a ..t -t ... i
lrci .....!. v:
influence of liquor. Hi family Mate,
however, that uuriii the iiht In
hecame nerfeetlv frenzietl, ami went to
a neighhors lioiifeantl horrowtil a
tol, Mating that soini! one was
tempting to hreak into hifliouse. Ie-
turning home drew the pi-tol on hi -
ehlcM son. Juliu .ami was ahoi.t to
shoot him, when h- ami toe r-t ol
1 1. .mill? !.rvii.... fri.r hl.MliM :ill. ffl.
witnesses at thu luque?:. .
Bailev, sitting on the tp- of the city
1 1 r
i-il.-ilmiw. where he remaim d. as the
witness Mates, for some two hours."
Here he asked for a drink ol water,
and stated tiiat thev were
"GUlXt; TO HAN.! IHM
and were erectint: tho "pillows ! tck
the jail vtml." He next aroused
tho mirier nt" the Merchant Hotel.
inking for his sm Juliu-, and airain
demandini; water mce or twice. lie
seems then to have gone to his shop
and hrokeuintooiieof the front win-
dows.as:icra?h was hoard hy tiue
sleepiPff near bv, ami the glass was
-'l ' t' .
found shattered and attracted alien-
tion of Mr. Smarras he was passing
hy aboutdavlight. The circuinslan-
tial evidence is that he went through
thi-s aperture into Ins harher shop,
obtained a razor, which was found ly-
was first made bv Mr. .lonii fcmarr. . , , , r , . r ,, . - ' , ,
Z . -, , , - ,i 'btigirv and drove out a fa-t as ..vith tourers ix mmth.. when ih 1
Sr.. about seven o clock in the morn- ?--, , , , - , . . . , . - ,
. . - ,. , r iMis.-ib e, to the viiiM UcHnatc.l. the dead man, appeared, but v. a.-'
in ir. and from the testimonv ot wit- 1 A - .i i i i i . i i -
, , , ... ,.- ...ii On arriving there Dr. L'.rd e.n- bougttt up, and gave a ouit chum t
nesses who last saw him, the awiui . ... , , - .... . . t : t. c -i . t i t
i i -.. i i ti. ducted him to his wiles room. K-igers for a silver watch and t:v dul ,
deed was committed between that .. , , - , . . ,i i , i
, lf , , rn. .i-.,..wi was found locked ami l:irricao"el. lar?. t
hour and four cl.ck 1 he dece..e 1 Air,ul lwo vcaaftcr KfH!W Wf ,,,!
wasa vnl,wer the lierid of the angry ami iir-ri,..: to and ix month, Hdhmii.t: his
lv of several children, ami lived two . . . - , . . , . . . .
tnn ilrink, which, as titKil. a tiie ,, e. . . , ,. ,, ... - ( . n. , - -, . Af - , t;? ,.
, " , i - i . . it Bv threatcnm;; to MMul lr the Cniii .lar.tL-, he itiatiiMt, in Maich, II.
.lemon of his letnietiii. He w. . a . , a -of v,)Ui.mtl ,t,, Frtil.rU.k A. Wluvh-r. uht. now iivt
jovial . corpule.it. K.k,,.,,: Ii irY-,1 . u vomMl'm in.I.Ul tt. IWun i Manehcter, C.,,,,wticiii.
and while manv have heen ,,m!iciii. . , , , , fc s , ft U msrri
i,re ...; .a..i, ..W.I.... , 1 ot croton oil to a??it in it opintt-.m. PameHa till ( Jetokr. 1 5-1!), when he
man of his coi,.po,.t.o.i fVv,dihl " ;u w:us roUU(l lhat :l slllllJh ,,, aid.
his own ae.tn.yer. He -' g t u,UIl0l, lh.lt A fcw kimj, Isi M:ircI 1Sr,. ho nKirn-wi ir,.nrv
many late on the evenmj; preuou. i.i IlM ,!,., than Ciw Mever,, of Wiiliamshui- Xcu- York,
His usual Jovr.M. mooi. jtmvanls settling the ililliiMijty. Tin uui ot a ilivnrre in -March, 1"7.
ami seemingly entirely free from the" :UV' life was saveil, ami it U t nought :iml in the same var marrittl Jaine-
the lam. y became fnsh onwl am Ue I , . Vt(;: jV(. r w hei. he ran away.
About tin. time, which -appears j lK , ,,,e
4,aye been in ne.hhorhoo,! of 1 , rc-sM im e, mer.lv re- y,?,KSm J" Cventry owes Man-
odock.hecame up . the uare , . tw h u r.. chester for her support . clummg her
where he sc. .imhI to haw wan. erul iri.,lc. ..etileim ,,t . :,. Maj.ehe-ter, uh. re
around nntil nearly ,l:ivli-ht. Aho.it ,hiag' lie was Vr N eh r, now live.-.
2 o'clock he wasMfii hy mc ot th ' . . , ' , ... :.:i t.. i mre II..' r mrtnnire i- elimiud to he
ing at his side, pulled ol! his coat, county has very justU suHeretl. 1 heMkrts on tlie-y-tem; u enter? into Hie cir
Uon which his head was lying, and people are at last awakened to the true ' dilation and dtstnw all m.ihri..ti.- poison,
placed it upon the floor for a pillow, state of alliiirs, and are determined and thus eradicates the di.-ease without
and then drawing back his while , that lawiiessncss and crime must protlucinj; ai.y of those ilNtressins; after-
beard, which save him a venerable
and almost patriarchal appearance, de -
from ear to ear. Io language can dc-
pict the terrible spectacle presented
as he lav on his back, his head fallins:
bacKward over the watlded up coat,
bringing to view the two deep gashes ,
wbieli hadnar'ted the nhvsical ami the.
mnnfo.1 fitll I ennf lit siiirit into id erni-
tv. Being a large, strong man, ne
hail bletl profiiselv, and as his white
hair and gray beard all but dipped in-,
to the pool of blood surroumlins him,
the veneration which we experience'
when we hchohl the hoarv head, and
the horror we feel when we look ur..m
the self-tlestroyer, prodticctl :i loeliii":
that can be better niiairiiifd than de-
An inquest was held this morning
bv Squire Bean, before whom a jurv
was impanelled and witnesses pni
duced who swore to about tlie facts
above detailed. The finding of the
jurv was that the deceased came to his
. , , ..- I .1 . T.I.
(leatn uv cutting nis iuro:ii. wuu ;i
razor, while in a state of mental abcr-
has lived in Indejiendenee for more
than 20 years, ami is known and re
membered by every one that has ever
lived in or visited our citv. He was
kjnd and philanthropic in his temper-
anient, beinc a greater eneinv to him-
self than to any one else. While his
calling was that of a barter, he has
acted for a number of rears as an in
surance agent, and was at the time of
his death President of the Insurance,?1
oe, and also Pres-,
ibieitv he hail acteit lor manv vcars.
His sad end should be a terrible lesson
to the drinker.
C. E. Ellif,
xne uooionsarv in inu sunt: uijr,
toElRisoas a soldier in the Lnion
army, General Carletonsconiinand, in
Board of Indeneiiilen
.font of the lioard of Educ-atiou oTmuw -""-
, . it i . .i .- ri "ressetl resteriiar uenire tiutiye juni- mrm-h rom-ci .i-nr. i a
thiscitr. He was also, at the time of '--.... - . .-, nnt , an nut hou--.. corieet rent-.
his dea h, Justice of the Peaee bv ap- J- 4. ,e ! w
. i .i t" . : ...i :f J. for ImmIiIv injuries sustained lv the ;
poHitmentoftheCourt.m which ca- - , ..i:..i... ' .t't
ir vria fnr ;wriirintiir i(, mo ., , , .... . n t .nprnnmr a weeK in jicrn r. oam
, was a gentleman in the,'.. w w:.i. nnc f Ilcr ..hildreii J.' ,;!-
- -" f - ..... .,.,,.,.1.1,1 niwilimwi ttllft VI fl willlTlir 1 1 1 x I w. k-.
lBbZ. After the war cntleii. lie re-
mamed at San tlnario ami opcneil a ,
store. He has occupie.1 tne ofhees of
county treasurer and afterwards of,
Sheriff. He was married to a Mexi-,
can lady, who belonged to an influen -
tial family. He had many Mexicans
m hts employ, by them as well as V J
ii C iiUiC....w..Mr. ,.1, ..
highly esteemed, llieir fury must
have turned into perfect fenzry, wheu
ther lifted their hands against him.
Ye knew him well and sincerely
regret his horrible and untimely death.
To the Afflicted.
Paim ia the back, lisad, heart, lungs
rheumatism, neuralgia, lumbago, Fciatica ,- 0f the road at the place where it
rheumatic gout, nerrorM and kidney di- happened, the drainage being instiffi
eaaca, ponitirely cured by Dr. Fter cient to carry off the water. A good
BbcBmatic Remedy and Vegetable Liver! deal of expert testimony was taken,
Pill. A phyrtician'8 epecialtiei for 42 and the case is sharply contested by
yrarf,aerer fail whea takea as directed i Chandler & Young on the part of the
ChsdM Roll A Co sole ageata for Sedalia. plaintiffs and Blodgett & Dickson for
ZSMAwlr ' the defendant.
A'Dosc of Sugar of Lead and Cro-
Kana - city Tunc-..
A dunitytie ditiiculty yesterday
inornin'' nearly came to a tm-'to tcr-
mutation, and almost boicit Dr. 11".
M. Lord of a wife and four children
t a mother.
Dr. Lord resides just
out.MiIu the. city inasouth'st uire ilea
una l: UlU uuiUiiiM ii"t 'i u;v
high spiiit and the father ot tour h.ie
children. It appears that lucre u:t
been some domestic trouble in the
family ot a private character, but
which.??:: id to have been caused Iv
.. xw .-i
outside panics. lesieruay mnmng
nixitit nine or half-past, a. mcsuiger
called upon Dr. E. R. Lewisnn Imrry
with u. stomach pump and antidotes
for Miliar of lwid to the re.-ileuce of
Dr. II. .!. lAtnl near tins cslv.
,. . -
:i uuicitiit iiu;iiiiii ii.
f ivii.-tui to ile-
hut hail taken a strmijrtl iJo
. ,.,., n.,isit in I.- niMnit!iili.
that the foolish eipatie will m.t lw
rtH:itinl. iieh matters require more
; f.,;,.iH attention tlrni is rennil!v
p:-'iveii ti them, ami this ca.-e milit re
' ccivc olIici:il attontitm.
; .. .,.,"r- ii,'?,.! ii;
jf lllIink. r r sher-
,..,.tr.l i. I. S
! -.V!!'" .-' ""I V ' . -
hrouht hrre ami lodged ii: j:l, hut
fur fi- tr of rescue the Lminly .lml;-e
In- ordered that he le tiike.i t-,
laiiiii'viite to-morrow inr k j-i.i.'.
A til. v a ' - - -
. .'..l e,t .r olisIailiirV ,U r .:,!-
The ei line lor which Il!me. I- m-M l
!,;tvd .S'ptemhcr 18. 1S'J. whih.
Xapier was attemplioi: his arre-t for a ;
mi-demeauer. He also h..t at the
linn. -I'll .eein-I wi.tl'iilcil
Mar.al" DavhL-i.il. Holme-
I.iwu .Mar.util lJ.ivnl;oii
then 11 o the coiiitry, ami tor aii-mt a
vear wamlereil over various jart
Kmope. and returned 'zi-r.uu to tlie
CURIOUS POISONING CASE.
: i i :. i ,wi ;..t.. . r t r ... 1 1 i:... s
L-nited States; he traveled over v-."' v-"y
era! of tlie Western States, and after; FebrTfu-o-Palablo
a lapse of three years came kick to- imorJ 3 Jjeoiiiu.o raia.aoio,
...- - .t i... ii Potrnrful. Antioanodie and
Lincoln, and since then Has roameti;
his native health at will, feared hyi
the people aud dreaded by the ofricers. j
To the laxity of the law, In his case
ami that ot urove rvcunctiy, may wir"'11
-i ii .t i? ... ii... i r i.. i i . ...
. . tm I W 1 I .
ascrilidl all the disgrace, that laineolii
1 Rande orRobinson.
i i,.,.fi III iWrnlmr 17 SheritTl
, ii:,..!. 'u reopived information to-
night that a man named lioinnson
had been arrested in Bichnit
ninia, who was believed tr
to be the
murderer ol lieiuen
crime tor which Itande is held. I lie
ShcriHV information immediately after
... a rtt
tho i-rimn wa iternclrated led him to
.1 A ...... ... 11.. ....
helicvc inere were two men in me jou,
? mid he has clung to the theory that
Bande had a companion. Some of the
Gilson people describe the tramp, who
was near Uilson on the Sunday of the
.hootin-, as a verv dillerent looking
man from Kande, and although there.
is no nom to doubt he was there, yet
manv things indicate that he hail a
" companion, ami on whom resls the
IJelden murder is not known. Further
;infurniaioii respecting the Iiiehniond
arrest is awaited with interest
ruciiMOXi, Va.. Dec. 17.-A man
was arrestetl here bv Detective .lonn
Vrn a.i3.iI,Mnn of luiii. ihoninr-
j derer of Chas
v. - - - - - -
liemen, of lulson,
Knox county, Illinois, while the latter I
was pursuing hini for burglary. The ;
munlercr of Belden also shot three
others of his pursuers. The prisoner'
answers the description of the "r; ;
derer. lie gtive tiie name ot menani
Robinson and has been committed
... . . . . . . . ,
I ..1 . 1. I ll.llnl.l HlOlAI-llllU ,llt
, ,,caru ,ro",.
The trial of the case of Luciuda E
Stout and Kegulus P. Mtiut, her liu3
nd, against the Kansas Citr and
full of September. 187G. bv which .Mr. .
lausMg, the Treasurer of the road,:
1 ... C.n nil... n n v. -... 1 ,
mil lour or 11 -,c uiiiui rci?.iis nut
killed and a larcc nunilwr wounded
' Trsi Wimit linil l.ikon n:-Jin"f nt St.
0hr the fl4K)r at ,icr fcct.
; A . -fi 5torm was raeinir. aud
- ,,. ,,.,,1 ....n.oJ omlnnt
i - r3 kzt
mcnt an(J was,,c(1 my a port;on of
thetrack. The train was upset, and
,i,e raolher ami children were buried
unJcr a ie of ba?gage and dehris,
and a woman wa3 thrown acr0j?s Mr3.
UmVi chwL ghewa3 extricated by
t,e nasscnceis. and came to St. Louis
the next dav. teelmir somewnat sore.
but not apprehending serious conse
quences from the bruises. Some days
afterwards she became sick, and the '
bruises on her back 'finally produced
paralysis of her lower limbs, ami she
?. . .,aI,1a tn tr- nil.. -1 1 li .
out assistance. The suit is based on
the allegation that the accident was
the result of a defect in the construe-
."rriOIC acciiicm ill uiiiuoui mi iiiu.
oe tor St. Louis, and at the time the! . . ... . c
? on ine seal nv ner ami an- '
How a Woman Dispasod of Seven
Ni-:v York, Dee. 17. Tiie New
York 2Yi has a special from Hart-
i ml, Ct., winch saw the town of C'ov-I
eutrv h:us brought Mtit a"aiu?t the town
,f M:ute!ie-:r hr the support of an J
;iiiv".ii ii;hh. ii.wiivu i hiii i .iiu.-irt
Anthony, and the woman hi'in-lf has
i.khK th-position winch Mimv.s a rc-
i.i:irkah!u carter t married life. 1 he
i?e i In'tore Judge Carpenter. it
I Iarttord.:is arbitrator.
. i - .. i i i
.-uconuni: to ner ?iory Mie was mar-'
ricd .lulv .. 1&k to Win. Ulv, l'i
pringliehi, who left her three d;i.j
alter. weeks later she hcaul he
was dead, and on Fcbru.-rv 4 of t:e
next vtvir le marrieit iJ.iwit
' .:....r.. i i
Uueri, the hany
juraif, came h:vl .
util Wht hr
am! hvdl uitli
lXivi.santl ruovtil to Vieuiiiii. She
Hvwl with him several year?, ami got (
Sit then mnrrieil Ijiel.anl .Mat-l. .ll
.-omewhere in Ohio, Hvu! with him
s .-even year?, ami ot another itivorct;
then eomiie hack "n ConiKctieM ?he
ninieii Ktnanual Anthony, oflla,:-
hnl. ami lived with him mx months
void. Manchester :lys the Bly .the
married i.- not Bly, who i- stiid to he
had. hut another man; that the n;ar
riul Blv wa alive when Vhe ! r'-
"Wmilgf tOok pltlCC, V !tlC?l Iliaftf-
void. It i uU hi Id tint .V fl-
nwrnaae . ..I no .dh et, i,.lr the
' Connecticut laws Iron, the fact
uiaLaiiite nme necier marneu ner
his father was married to her sUter-
o ne was not oniv marrvinjr Iii-
mother-in-iaw j. .-rMer, i.ut alo iiiS
i.uners s,e,.s,Mer, .u.u su it
. t . ?. t r.r
Ntre remedy tor Fever and Ague,
Never known to fail n. a tingle ease, lhi
rcnicdv dilFors from all otlier
asm ctrv, in wingiree ir.nn an jKUMmous
sensations, such as fullness and pain in the
' I,t':,', ril'Sins in tl,e e;,M a,", !:,rli:d deaf-
imss. Try it once and you will -never be
J. C. Kicii.nr;ON, Proprietor.
' For sale by all druggist.. St. Louis.
Go to your driirgist Chtts. Koll & Co.
and get Dr, Filler's lllietimatle remedy
l and Liver Pills. They will cure the worst
i - uI.A..-..Ma..... .Mil Itm n
;cascs tu reiiniauiu ji i.ji,w,
', matters not how jong standing.
: 3-25dSwl v.
, -m -
. -S. A fright repairs all kind of w
; nncmnw. e..,es a.,,r ,c.....
iraii miiinw. ai.mi Keeps xnue ami uox
pliHlers lor sale. i.nuis ami worK war-
Ugen block, Ohio street. Sedalia
Money to Loan,
On improved farm-, for 5 year?', at 0 per
cent, intcrtvt and low commls-io-i. AiMrcss
"ni of K na-
of nnrmvemenw, location and cx.h
value of scanty nflcml,
UXI)Ki:VOOD, CL & CO.,
-17 tt . t mh street, Kansas City, Mo.
0 23-w-It 1 1
Money to Loan.
$joo,000 to loan at S per cent., on im-
liroVi productive farmiag land. Comnii-
stun tintuually low.
l T-- .TTV A. T?(-T 1 MITT T
I lii,.ilV.1 W ..HI.
24wn,tt Atorney? r.t Iw,S?oilali
B. D. DEAN,
- ifcaZ Elnlei Abstract ami Lmn Qfiice
t "lavilil; lixv oir:o-t oi ino- t.Fit linn si
1 to fon'nty written , to date, I am ,re,ired
very low ran-s.
and do a acinar
Qih s AifJaeeut
- . :
to tiit Ciieut
i m m b m .
Adjusted & Repaired
W- M- Matthe
Cor. Tfiird & famine Sfs.f
Shop erer Goold's LumlrOffice.
J. C RIGHAJIIMOfl, Fra..
irSalebrAnDtriSstt. ST. LOUIS.
til till .'lie. ll'-l. 4 ' IILttlU iV (!
OfTeH Yttr DwTjrtKHI. TmDM-
nfciMn TiiiIr Rliwufw nl tm
cwsrjea i nicK, Drooay, ana oi
Foul Odor. Senses of SmeH and
Tatte Wholly. Gout. Entirely
$JMF0RD'$ RADICAL CuREs
MwwatWecfes 4: rotter: Gnttenifa Ifsolcoav
relied to ar-fcnotcIciiKc to you this great benpat
bAXros RtDtc.it. fccis tio.1 been to me. For
ten years I hare beMntaictcst with thU loathsome
nWease. and especially tn tho wtntrr tlrae bas It
befBtnott cTere. The ll?ctian;c has beent&lclc
3! biootty, emittlm.- a foul odor o bad tnat my
crecne In a room with others wai very offensive
til them. One weelc Afttr rnmmiinrlniF thn mul of
I BAxror.u'ii IUiucal Cr re I w.i not troubled wliii
and meil.whtci trr
tamed, ana ay i;oa-
MELIiOCnK 11. KORT.
Gilinu Rirus, Mtcn.,KoT.3.ts.
f!ittnMf Thn narWnce cf S.xroaag Cm
arrividhiruto-ulhtallriwbt. I don't know what I
I hare trle.1 Na.nl lloiK In i and cvrmhlinr etMi.and
altlioay'i 1 harelecnnblitiop the oUenalvu itls-
ta.nc aadniell until ltrleSRiNror.DrtCcKK. Toa
can ret r any one ro
cherrfullr Inform tut
oit choiwc to me.nrid I will
m in UcMil ai to uic Deceit
MKLBOnVSK II. FOIU.
G iu3d Kapi33, Mica.. ov. is, istd.
SANFORD'S RADICAL CORE
!Cot only promptly arrests the corrodlajr dtschanrea
onnu hea'tti ad the onran of the head that harta
become atfer te t by It, aud exhibit aay oi the follow
Uuatlectwas: i.. tm fifM tn rn ttirs.
DrfertlvoEycsIslit.Inflameil anil Jfattery
. Painful uiU Wuterv Vye. Loaf .
ll"-ariTiK, liurache. Neuralgia ortbe Kar,
Di-elianrof. fmm tlit liar, i:iiiKinNol.a
In the lleatl. Ulzzinvsri. Nervou llcad-
r.chc, Paiu In tIiwTernpli,I.o.i oftho
S:nMC3 of Tastoand Smell, Klontritlon of
the Uvula, Inflammation or ttie TohhII,
l'utrid SortrThroat.Tlcialnsror Hacklnic
Couh. KroatliitU, uud lilctdlBi; of Ue
Earh packaco contalss Dr. S.nironl Improved
Jr.baltnif lubi'.'wl!!! fall aatlcireRillv prepared dl
ItxtiocsfortiioInaHcai. lrlce.tl. Koraaloby
a'.l vri I'-ala and retail drncirlt- tin I lealrr
& IHTTSu!, Ci-ctralAfeutdiaad Wholesale Dru,j-
A K ElcctroCalmnlc Battrrr. combined Trita
a hUtily Jtodica:et i'U-ter. r.nnlnir tha
iltut curutlvu nmat la the world f metllclne.
lUtv.l&vf ecus. They
- KcIlcTroAETectlo-w of tho Chest.
Itelieve Attectiou ofth.j LnnKa.
lr.'tUvc AlTrctiosu oftlio Heart,
liellevu Atfectious of thi Liver-lU-lleve
AtTectlon ct this Spleen,
liellevu Atfcctiouj of tho KldncjJ.
lUfltevc AiTccttosa oftha spine.
lIievo Atri-ctionJ of t!ia Nerves.
3:ellcvo Aircctlosaofth MuselcJ.
llellevo Aircctlor s of the Joints.
lllcve Affirtloaaof the It aca.
Ktlicvc Atfectlocs of the Sisuws.
?( rsatter what raar be tho extent of yonr raffer.
Inir.trvoneof tli"-l'laters. Utluf m timtantuneh
tu.la"fact impported by hnmlreiUof testimonial ia
our ptk-seMloo. Hear tit tnind tliat th- piont inipor
tat.t discoveries la pharinacy dato haclllr- than tea
Tear. and that coinhliiatlon.-tcf kiiuh and rWM
if plants and fhrubi atw herela united with r.Iec
trJcltr to form a curative riiuter. in soothinir.heal-Ink-.
tad Mrenuthemrjr rropertK a far saperlor to
alt other Plaster hen totoro la vuu u Uio 0CiUac
payiitua U ta thu horsc-lctclu
Irloo as Cents.
IV rarcfnl tr rail for COLLINS VOLTAIC PLA9
TEi: let voa u-et sora worthU-si imitation. Sold by
II Whoi;atean.t lUil Un:d thrpnehont tha
rnltct State and -anailas.a-.a by W hr.hfr Si PUX
TLIn rropnetow. Itos'.oa, JIasi.
Last Oiiarice !
Buy Your Tickets Now !
Tlii tay Approaehitis: for the
Second Grand Drawing of tno
Prize Distribution CompanY,
(L'nderae: of LegIature of Kv..)
Drawing I titthrly on Deeanberol, 1877,
or mmipy refunded in full to buyers.
320,000 Cash in Prises.
S-iVo $VWi S".". iV, S-Vi
and Sovrti thou-and other".
Farmer .t Irofr- Hink. I.ui-ilK Ky.. Ic
w.-itorv. Ticket-. 5:.ci: hahe-. ;.'-i; i'!:,,r
ter. '!l:et:il It-t iifitrauunr will ! HI-
l:-hed in the New York Herd 1 and I.m-vi!te
Courier-Journal, and mailed irr.iti-' to all !" r-.
Addn'.- Y. 1:AI:1:0V CO.. .en.ral
M ina"rs. roiirier-Jonriuil Itnildin?. I.oin-vilh
Kv.. or THIH. II. HAYES .t H.. tiener.d A ntH,
Of: liroadwax-. X. Y. SI-..M FOU A CIKCX
. iu... , I..,
cf tM Klud'trr. KlUncyo. J.Irr. Ltinir tiun. wrr-u
IMsi ctinicIa'.a-i01E.KOJ FMMALiv,
,WUiaarni Br m taJa lu-g;
;DUriirii ... - r - j
.nrconxiWartfjrpuWTi. aflT wau f"e KjJJjr
..- .us r.-ivif.. ha-nt an.1 lol-0. i "' "
liVti vi. I cir-alir f traiTt-it kfi-rCTt'ca bv rj'm.
MAREIAGE GUIDE MT; I
ii.ix- rmi ru. itiv.t. m ifu-K ii.
vl mU IU.t.TlorbftH on ill oi n ?ini,m.
VaiuaMrnNI.' fc l! nru-icl tI th.u minirl:xiirc nwnuw.
I l-M I., bp bllhj- tnly hippy h ti IW'I rrl-iton. tTf-y-tcJyilwulJ
xtlidi b-wk. l"rW W emu, noy a.ijM.Kirfil.
Agent f r Kiugsland & Furgi
oan's Corn Shelters-
anil uttcrH- surpaiiic all other listen heretotoro
la uj. T&ey aceoinpl sh m' re la ono weeK tnaa
ihn old l'iater la a xraote year. They but D4l
Private nsinn-. wt:uw irmtuiy auon vr.uiiertion -flK-e aUi tmi-lit- mil
Lom of Mexaorr. Inpulrtsl Wht. I.o.t Jlanbood. '" m'RoikI .ui'l U-l wee
JTT-Jl I,.i.iT!,.!-Ti:ii. rcmi. , out tli. vear. lieket.-
ST. JOHN SEWING MACHINE !
Quiet! Light Running !
The Best Machine for the People to Buy, Because the
Easiest to Use.
It ia tho Only Machine in Use With tho Following Pointa :
FUST It rims either forward or backward, sewing always in the same direction, without loss or
chnnp of Miti-h.
SF.CONI It positive in all it? movement.-, and freif from com plicated camcs, cogs, and spnnjn .
THIUD-Itliasalnrgecloift shuttle, with no toose part, and no threading through holes or
FOItTH It i improved with indondfnt take-up, and allow; the shuttle to pass through Ioo
loojw, and llni.he ewh stich I.'forec)niiiiciiriinrauotlier.
FIFril-lt i provi.itil with .-impt.' and elTi-ctivo m?ans for takin? up all wear or lost motion.
SIXTII-It is provide! with a simpte and convrnient arrangement Tor winding the bobbin withoat
nmniiiK tlie machine, or renioing the- work oritsnd.
SKVENTH it kis n patent ox cover, making a work box or extension tabloat will. (See cut)
EIOUTH It is tlie only machine people want when they have once examined it.
Don't L-d.-ce.ved into buying a sewing machine until you see the ST. JOHX. I am determined
not to be undersold.
&-ALL MACHINES BEPAIKED AND WARRANTED
NEEDLES AND ATTACHMENTS FOR ALL MACHINES.
S. A. WRIGHT, AGEHT,
10-2MJrwlyr ILGEN BLOCK, OHIO STREET, SEDALIA, 310,
I TKl'STEFTS SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
V!iprei-..Jieph Hyrnonnd Hannah H. Bvm,
In iff, l.y tlioirVon.iin lerl of truit, 'iateil the
rith My ot April. 1i7ti. ami duly reconlt-i! in thv
, KvrkT! otlifo of IVttis conntr. Missouri, in
rvinl l.ck Wevt-i !I), jniiji-two hundred anl
IInud.-rtdcd"ri-nl et:ile to witr The
""r " i"" ' ". Mnmi-.st quarter ana mo scum
Mu ,- ,i. f,rtiie:wt .imm.-r. ami ih tiorth-t
ii ner I the nTih.;i-r i;-.;uter, all in Mt'tion
. ur:.iMi til), itiun-lr;! fi.rrv.M.t (4K, and ntnm
twitity-Mi cJli. - AS.. t,c nortJu-siKt .jimrter
f tli' jioiitliWfM "iicuier ;f !-e-tiiin thirt v-l'our
:). in Mnliip ii.rsj ix i'.Oi, ranuf twentv-
ww vlU. all m ivtsw nuinly," Mi.-ouri.
U h.-l eoiie;iiff a m:ite 111 trnt to
-iirr tin iian i.i 1,1 a (trt.iin pronii-.rv note in
-'il'lwl tiiuy iti-M-ri't d. and wl:-re:i, xiid nott
Ji:i. tw.M.jiit- (lilt-, a,.,l ij. f,,ill: lu U-en madf n thf
injiiMnf. ai.d vln i.a-. tin said E. J. Smith,
tr. .-!. t tif-A iii.-vtit fctini tin- voimty f IVttw
-- t r,ft: -4.r4. ulifrea. I a rvi-tm
e'litnimil in -aid d.-.nl it" trilt in the alwiiw ir
r'-tnal to r .f a;d triltee. tlien tin- acting
i!.1 of IVtti- iiutv. Mi-.-nurt. i- aiitliorizeii
at the r-iu--t ! the i--iI lioM. r of .-uid note to
II -.ih1 ipeiry or any .art tliereof. And
r tiv iiitdrnd jned i- now theai-tnm -herd!
of IVlli- f oiititj, ki oiin. .ttd whereax, the
I Jfrjl Krn- i" noir dead, ami more than
.!ie- month-- lMte ei:i d !! nee the death of Ihrt
- lid .lo. lt lijni". ier-e t- ln-reliy ioil that
tlie 4ii.k-r--''ii. d .Sim; r-!i-n! of I'e'tti- county.
Mi "! i. t Utv DNjiie-it ,it the Jetfil ludder of .!il
n.'te uH. hi i:ir-iw.n-e of the terms and Jrol?-I-
ie of .-iKt ijetsl ot trim, n
vrri:iAV, tjik s.ku pay of decemhei:. itt.
t'"eii the hour of f.-n oi-!o.'k in the t'oreimon.
f -itid dtiv and four oVIin-k in the afternoon of
:nd liy ired to ell the prorwrtv herrmU'fer
l.TTi-i jt intlie endiie to the hihej-t didder
;t th- frrtit d-Kirof iheeourt hon.e. in theeitv f
ShLiiih, iii Poiiniy. Vin-ottri, tor cali,"for
the Hiri.i-i-i ltientioti,-d m aid d-ed ot trust
I.t-l thi l-th day of Noe:nter. I77
!U-J7;5tJ I S. Ml'lJKAV, "
Ae;ini; -hent! of 1'otti- eotmtv. Mi otjn
Wher.i-. Wilham II. l.rav and Krince." M
f.r.iy. I.i" wife. iy their i-ertam deed ot tru-t, dated
I he -Till dny of Aiiti:it. ITt, and r.-eorded in the
i:.t-.rI-r'-tlH-t' in and !rlli i-ountv of IViti-.
and of Mii-oiiri. m :rut nMI mortisi- neurd
at i-fz- Si, eim-j-.i tlay II. liimnin.
tiur tho f"l!itii d. -i rd--d ra"l etali-1 uit,
!ifl-en .iikI t-u- ihili of an sK-ri. I i;mli ii :md
i, - riJi- ) a-'niii-n- : 1-niniin.', eighty (M) rede
niiiih ot i!ih nortliM't fonii-r of-vtuurwii-n (71.
! Hii-hi5 lurty.thn'v i !'. ratiiji twrniy-thiw-ci
. th'-iie n'-Z thirty rod-, theiut- m'iiiIi m.
r'i-. th-i!r- 4-af tw-iity-ii;ht and l..Itiih
. t--V.Kh.-i th'ii-- oilm tlurty-ei-jht tJ.)
f"!-1. tlniw- it t tiiiy--it;lit and Ss-li. 1?-IUi,
r- -l. tiwtj- tiortli frty-fiiir (Hi tod- to thi
jm i ot I uinii-4 ; lii.-!i -aid --neaiie' ua
Iti id- mi tTt to ,e:iro th- i nifiit id errtuili
II--1- t!i-r-m !-riuil. anil wlo-rea-. -aid not-
ar i" j-i-t due and imjnii.l. and. hvrn iho
ri I II. I'ni.iiinx. trii-!f. l-noiv :di--nt trom
th- of lvtfi-. nd nht-n-a-. I S. Murrsiy
i'i -.i-nll of I'- fj- i-oiiiiiy. a- hy th- "in-m"t
i nt i ;' sud Ko'iiiiy, at tli-r--c'iiil"r tetni, ,
f r- f :iiKt!utii to -aid hind iirn?r tin ri-
-n.'.- ot said tri:-td-d. Arid h-ra, ! a
j ..vi--i.ii uQUtmto-d in -aii I deol ot frli-t in tin
. oi-.- ilj -aid irntc', thf nrtiii; -li-riff
IVlti eoimty i- authorized at the
ntj-t of th- I-k:iI hojih-r of ?aid not tt
v ud iro-rty. or any juir' th-reo". nni, whereas
t!ii- ii'id-r-iiid i- n-ov m-titur -lieritt of IVtti
t'ltii.ry Mi--ouri, iio!h-- I- lo-n-by ir-n that the
nihil r-iiin' d aetmi: -ln-rill of I't-tti- County. Mi--oi.ri.
r tin- r-iu t of ili lenl holder d" i-aid
ni t-- will in j.iir-ii:tii'-o of tin term", and jro-l-lo-
of Mild deed oftril-t on
s. rn:i.AV. thk.-!. dav of jancary. isTo.
hi'lnwti tJK- lionr of ten oVhx-k in tlif for-nfton,
a.nl fir oVIim-U in tin atti-rnon of that day,
lr ed .-oil the- iroerty hi-reml--fore d'e
M",ihd, it jiiiWu' vt'iidih-. In tho hli:Ji-t bidder
f..r i-a-li at tile front door of th :ourt hou-t. ill
i he fit v of Sodwlui in IVtti- i-ountv, 31i--onri, for
j l!i irfi iii-nttrii'd in -aid deed of trn-t
dafil tin- Itli daV of Dccwnlx-r I.1".
I LI J-liv.-.i " - I-S. ML'irRAY.
! Autini; hontr of lVtti comity, .Mi--oun.
Taken tit- by fi. M. nofidleyand jo-(il l-lore
V.'. M. Ii-v i.il.'i jti-tiv-oof tho"Mii--ot Flaterelc
t- u-i-diij. of I-.-rr.-i eounty, oiiri. on tli. I'.Hh
day "I o. ml- r. in th' year 17, th folluwinn
letnlil j.ri.j-rty : otn" r-d i-te-r, ono -ar old
la-t r:ii!;; h:id "roiin. ilii:i.-!i fat-e.-oino liu;
in ti-rn.-atli and on hind b':;-. tail and leu.-k. and
timrkt il eroj. in rmht ear and -"wallowtork m I-it,
and no hnuuW. Ajipnii-ed at tlif niti of fifteen
loiLtr.-. by C. P. Sin .ard. John V. Jloiitnomery
,iii-l.I. II. Vood-. who v-r-bv iiu-dnlv juorn to'r
tii.it tnirio-e, thi- I'Jtll dav of XoxeinU-r. IT7.
U.-Ic-w.it "V. 31. DEVOLL, J. P
.riCEyF FINAL SEriXE3IEXT.
I y( .:. i- !i-r-' t'iv-n. that thf limlersiiined,
' v'li.ir li.iii and rnratorof tin- e.-tato of Ja. E Allis
; .-on, minor, will mat;.-final -.-ttleiiient of hi ac
! oi:nt- with .-aid minora-' -iteli guardian and cuar
I tor at th- n.t term of th- I'rout- eotirt. of Pettis
co-intv, 31i oiiri to lw IiuMi-n at th- city of St;
daha.ln -aid eountv. on tin- 11th dav ot February.
A. ! !:,. ' JOHN L- lIAIii-,
U-I8It fiuardiau and Curator.
UNDER STATE MANAGEM'T
And in iliiily ojenition over 37 ye-.ini.
$367,9215 IN PRIZES.
1 j.rizo or . . . .V..0ui
1 jirizo ot . . . l.'i,l.'o
I j-riio of . . . H'.hhi
.;7 other prizes . "JiivVrfi
1 vnze of .... 815.0OO
1 iri7e of .... .'u
l pnw or . . . s,iv
t&'Jl otlier Jirizes . 3l,'.e5
Total . . S:u.ihi
Whole tickets SHr half
tieK-t JJ;juarters ;i.Vi
Total . . Sto.'J-.'S
Whole tieket fl;
whole tlket! Sl."; WO
wjioie tieket.t i'J.
Chartenil for Tdiieationa
tisdr eliurt r. no j'o-twinenient can occur.
i i no value oi e .er iiriii- ihi in iuii oi o. c j
OlSeial l:.-t of drawn uumU- sent to every pur-
eiia.-er oi a ticKct.
Y. HTiii.Siin. Lour.-journai.
fonnlv take place dunn
k- of each month throush-
for tnetirs't allotment of
. - - - . ... ...
vor' inontll an- llKvaV! roi(l at CI racn lapiiai
,,riZl: ;ij,n. For thu !at allotment tiVkeW sre
wsVs. ,UI . Sl0 c-.u-!:-Iuilvt-S nnarten and
- 'pillar - i-oiii.-nnin-' full nartlcularw ire'.
Siiiunon.- A lickinon, Manaiicr's oflU-e, Third
s-trcct, I.oui.-ville, Ky.
. A YEAH.
tSinutJUitf ttewJhrAgmm. Jiiinm
' t'UCC U.iK. .
A Sooc of nrvlr 3PB M
in pUia UnsiMjej
Imrrird and tbow contest
n!at insmarrlacc howld knom
raU arcrct which tb
UlC.A.iX)UA.SA.-. tlj A. FUlii Street, bt.Unin, Ma
ss-l .MofpMM HaMts-Volntfly WkltpMIIy
rami. 1'ain Um : do pn UWi ly . SrnU Maup
Ut n wiiimiii ii. ifci
Ll-t tlbli-li'.l m .N.