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TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1879.
Arrangements for the Funeral of
Oeneral Smitb loaay xawr
BsKland will Preach the Sermon
Action of the Board of Alder
men last night.
The death of General Smith was in
everbodv's mouth yesterday. It was
a general topic of conversation by all
will take place from the Christian
at 10-30. a. m. The services
Fernalil & Hnnelt
M. .SWS a a - -
Mslthy ACo 1W
List of the Big Hearted People in
Lon Van Wagner
G J Leahure..
C G Taylor...!"!!."."." 100
Our Bailroad Goes Booming Bight
Dinn Ye Hear the Slogan Jefferson
D David & Co.. -
W M Moore
S H Miller
J J KellT
An tier announcement in the Bazoo dor
ing the week, herewith aptwnded in a list
of those who have taken shares in the be
dalia. Warsaw & Southern railroad. A
ereat manv who will doubtless subscribe
can have an opportunity to do so during
hi cnminiT week. Their name will be
i - t?i.i -Mo T?OIr. nublwhed m the Bazoo from lime to time,
will oeconuucteu thcvUke the gtock. it wiU be seen
land, i8tor of that church, alter mbteAhmA h
which the last remains oi veu. . leaving $ , to be raised
Smith will be interred in the city cem- hereafter. This i very encouraging and
shows that the tieople of Sedalia are just
BOARD OF ALDEKMEN. the kind of folks described in the Versailles
r ;nn 1W Gazette, which description will be found in
I hp lMa.Ttl mei ill CAim mjivu - ...
me i another column. That railroad is boom-
nifjht at 8 o ciocK.
Present : Aldermen Kablbobn,
ing right along, and is bound to be built.
Koail f ha lit of nitnM. and if vouw isn't
I - J v
Hill, Galhe, Hickman. JNewion, weau lhere p, earjT Monday morning and see
and Harter. that it is put there :
llnl A Merman White. NAMES AMOUNT.
. Vv...n.i l,o nhient Geo. R Smith $5,500
Aiivur rauiiiBuci oiaw-u "--j 1 . v i - i. onnn
j i jaynea & ivewKir
f the meetim? to be to consider the a Inert Parker 500
propriety of attending the funeral of Kfc; -SK
Ken. G. R. Smith, as a body, also to E . w.im 500
1- I. ..nnnwo nr areaiirrfinPlltt II I J r Antes....
. (ieonre Heard.
tlxnr .ntiliiiAi in sn attend. I i fri..
1110 --' ij r jiitsiuic....... ............ ......
Alderman Gallie paid a glowing John Baker.......
i a a-f jar a una
tribute and Dassea an euiogy umiu .
a I Waai"-"
the life of the deceased and said that Catherine Keasel
.i r.i. M H Sibert
inasmuch as ne was me lounuer ... Hourton & unwell
iv it first tnavnr and a nrominent h K Dean..
citi1Iei,.l1eU1.,ught it . proper to ."hr
iiav rpsiirrt to the disliimuisheU dead, j it Colerove
ALlomi.li Knlhohu offered the lol- rove io ing
... . , Kanda I
TELLS HIS TALE.
O. Mead on His Frauda.
All About the 8r. Clair County
He Promises to Write Again at bo
Wright A Sno.
T G Crowley -
Dan A Clarke -
E Banett & Bro
Rickmin & ......... ......... ...... ... ...
Chan Boll ......... ......... ...... ......
Henoch & Jacobs ........ ....
Cha A Dexter..
E W Bixbv
L Kuan -..
J 8 Landes
T M Neese
R H Moses
Ira E Barnes
John L Hall
h I Dear
California, May 10,79.
Yon will bo d- ubt be sarnrised to learn
froai me direct, though I know your
1fln thought aiast at tiaaes revert to one who,
200 but for one false step, would be with yoa
J all vet. However ay beat friends may
.tulnnil ttal mot lhir BBVtiMk M
inn I . - n
100 1 "Cnl ,H 7
I aae. Bat enoueh of that, some day
T.ivAlw Vnaai. 1 kmi tn aialr all vmmI. and redeem a na
J. M. Shcnard veaterday swore out a that has but one sUin upon it. I will try
warrant against 8. H. Perrin for assault j aiMj .ve Tau account of ay wander
and battery, claiming that rVrnn um- jnri aince I left A . I left, as you
meled him up in a manner not allowed by 1 9t RBOW (lfl Kalurday night, Nov. 3d, or
law. No weapons wens used by either par-1 raher wUBday morning, on a freight train.
tv. but Shepard thinks that ist of fernn'i mnd wet as far a Vinita. Their I wailed
is eaual to a sledge hammer. The Con-lf(tra passenger train ami went through to
stable arrested Perrin and took hia iefore j vijon, aul from there to I frame, after
Vouire Clark, but the 'Suuire'a spectcalea whicB 9tBl to San Antonio. One day
SC mmwm "T, W nin M - - - " " -
being bad, and the morning being rather ; j1R AntAnio I ran right on to
dark, he wmtiioned the case until July 15lh, AppIeton , but be did not seen
at 9 o'clock a. or, at which tune the pris
oner promised to be on band.
Dr. Bull's Baltimore Pills always cute
fever and ague, dumb ague, etc., and cost
only 25 cents.
i i mi i n( t li rfui I VT IIrlir
be apH.iiitrd U draft suilahle resolu- JJ J" jw
tious to reflect the sentiment of the j CrMfllZ!llZZ 200
jKHini in regaiu n vr leucine
ereral Smith. B H Ingram
. , HI field
-arr,ed- , Joseph H Green
The chair appointed Aldermen Kol- eV Mdlhaney
hohn. Gallie and Harter as said com- K Rr.. -..
j aij orowi
initlee, instructing them to report j Simmons
1 a v a '
next Monday night. I - .W " "
Alderman Newton offered the fol- E T jtrown
I.iu.inr- W B Brown
FA,.J7 Tb.t mmmillffi he an- V
- ; A mcvey....
nointed to nrocure carnages and make Joi.n o'Keefe
such other arrangements as are nec- p E Fairbanks
essary to attend the funeral. M white
Carried. p.mw & Prau
The chair appointed Aldermen Charlie Fleck
Newton, Rickman and Hill as ey" " 7 :;
It becomes the painful duty of the Bazoo
to chronicle the death of Mrs. fcliza A
wife of E. B. Hunt, Esq., at Island Farm,
near Rising Sun. Indiana, at 9:30 a. m.
July 8, 1879. She was sixty years, one LO El lis
month and eight days of age, having been A hmall
I T Branson.
A G Holland
W H Hodgens
James Ryan -
N A Bradlev
G B Mundy
John H Kehm.
I U Gnnmu
She leaves to mourn her death, a devoted c Kilclne...;
hiiRband. four sons and three daughters, s H Olastead
t t.:i. : r M t iw nvulin. nf John Boree
, .. SH Lindell
Tho leceaMd was a devoted woman
i in. orpvifl...... ..
l.or Imaliam! and familv never so banpv D Miller
as when surrounded by little children tell- John Hotanan
I IIaa WI i la
ine with their pratling tongues to Grand
ma, child's troubles, and always, in her,
findings sympsthetic heart. She rarely
left her home devoted to it it was a
palace to her. Hospitable to all who
chanced to share her fireside; charitable to
a fault, if such is possible, and none who
asked went away from her door empty
A good woman in Israel has gone be
yond the dark and rolling waters of Jordan.
Her place in the family can never be filled.
The one who can fill her station in the cir
cles of society in which she moved, will
never exist; but she is gone, and to her
brothers, piston, husband and children we
sympathize with them and commend them
to that Being who i equally merciful aa
well as just in all His dispensations.
At eight o'clock a. a., July 12th, on
Uu.Kiuiti siiMt. in Sedalia. Maude.
infant child of Maude and C. C. Hardcastle.
t TW funeral services took place from the
bouse last evening.
Yestetdav. July 11, the infant son of J
R. and Annie Bequer. The funeral will
take place from the residence three miles
east of Sedalia at 4 p. m. to-day.
Stole a Pair of Shoes.
About 10 o'clock last night a negro wo
man went into the store of Wm. Courtney
& Co.. and asked to look at some shoes.
After some parleying she purchased a pair
of shoes and while Geo. Hardcastle was ty
ing them up she appropriated a pair of
three dollaa kids. George heard them rai
tie. and as she soon after went to leave the
atow, saying she didn't have any money to
pay for the shoes bought, be grabbed hold
of her, and upon lifting her shawl the cat
was let out of the bag. She begged con
siderablv but a iioliceaan coming by soon
afterwards, she was taken to the 'boose.
and will very probably remain there sey
Polls His Pistol.
A aan was arrested yesterday by officer
ir.iiv fnr fmrrvinv concealed weapons. He
gave bis name as H. L. Brunsell, but it is
The accused was put in the cooler until
later in the day, when Mayor Faulhaber
tried hia and gave him a $10 fine, and in
"default of its payment he was committed
Lo the cooler again.
H. Lu'B. says be is from Cam county-
first offense and will not do so agm.
. If Mr. B. insists on carrying his weapons
n Sedalia, he will get picked np quite
It is a shameful disgraceful sad cowardly
f tract ioe, and the city authorities intend to
natcfa every man who will pact s gun.
The time baa passed for the 'Elixr,'
Cordials' etc., fnr the baby, sad Dr. Bull's
Baby gycap m now the sstsblaibed and re-
Geo W Fifer
F W Brewster....
E E Frazier
J F Brown -
G W Hendricks
Bryson & Philij a-
C FBoatwright .. ..
B W Vedder -
Vtn & Marcoe
J H Miller
Robert Morton...... -
Henrv A Miller. ..
J M Goodnight -
Joseph Jfickard -
Mrs. Ella m Long
Chsa G Mather....
ohn M McVev
H R Wheeler
Fred H Guenlher
J C Barber
J W Mills
F J Fair
W H Stephens
J H Smith
Nick Meets .-.
W W McNuIty....
G G Vest -
J C Thompson
J West Good win
M M Pitchard
W O B Dixon
E F Short
EC AW H Evan
John T Hicard
J F Davidson
J S Rodger, M. D
Newton x non
W L Felix
J no Montgomery, Jr.. .
W A Lalonr
C O Green
J G White
D H Smith
W S Mackey
8 C Gold
J M Clute Ac Co
Merit A Hale
I N Brker
C A Hancock....
Jnlm R Stewart
J H Barley & Bro..
Gardella A Airols..
Dalby A Hogne
John W Hoax.
A W Hsrrold
AppIeton. but be did not see me. I sup
pose he was down after cattle ; however, I
did not give him a chance tn see me again,
for that night I left for Galveston, ami
from ther I went tn New Orleans by the
Morgan line of steamers. I got a situation
there as shipping clerk for A Co.,
sore lo hate -some occupation to relieve
'Squire Clark desires u to say that the my mind than anything else. In March I
n , t -i-r,U. B.nrt.ini did him went to Tallahassee, Morula, but norma
great inj.wti.re when shaking of tU trial is no place for a biines- aan, na Ia.ua
I It .A Ur H..Ie. He bail I lOUBU. IR a I wrnnu w
nothing whatever to do with the negro be- look one of the Asp.nwall line of steamers,
fore the warr.nt was sworn out, snd knew The first three daya I was very sick, hut
nothing of any influence" being used until afterwanb I got over il and quite recovered
I.e ..nw it iii the paper. The Isw compels ay heami, which i.-u
him to bind all prisoners over who are not ble since leaving A . Thinking it
readv for trial, in cases like Ibis, snd lie sale, I went neiow me rn-.,..r
simply did as I he. law demanded. route, to (Jreylown or .San Jisn, as it i-
OfiaVAl in V CitV. I I a until A UBliT CdUlJ be Mailt
UUamvv a --w - I aasriar a wam.a -- f j
The following slory is rather hard to be- Hp0 cnwrt lo Chagress, on the Pacific
lieve. Kansas City is s goo.1 sired pi". I ooat. M.t of the way we went uy uoti.
&nd were it not for the fact that we know himqnlow, on the San Jnan river, sleep-
theeditots of the Muil to be cold water mt ij,,t n the bank or in the wrelchl
boys, we should attribute the snake story , f t,. natives. Our crew were l
to something else : I natives, but not one nl our party, (I memi
hirk to-dav a familv re- .b wl.iiM) niuld sneak their Spanish lingo.
4inu w - a. - - i
siding on I ndepewleuce avenue, was over-1 JJW .- w,irh me.n
c,,me will, fright, caused by. blJc reptile j. Khw
liemg found in a bedroom. . . r i
The snake was siipMised to have entere.1 morning I went to s hut, snd found a wo
during the family's atwence front the room, uan with two or three children. I asked
When the intruder was una uiscovereu f feeftf ,m ie ,rught me about a tea
. . a r . I a.... ...aAa .kf .lIInw A If r I litil
low.tnl it. UIuih, iMit-n, nm ars-w ir iaxc u-s aMM.sar. ... -
InAlinti MAM CH .luwter but he culd not be .ir.nk it. ale lauvhed snd pointing to her
touched, as he would show fight for hi . . , .iv: u iL, buoV It
".JTi'T " 7,". "l Jb7a tme to k when I louml out where mat
Ti,.n . oun wm hmuifht for pro- milk came from. We were nearly a
teclion. and the intruder was kuimj. month in reaching i;nagres, on uie i ";
measured at least six feet. nud mhn e liail in wait ten dava fr
.1.. .. . ' ' .i,M nr tuM. la steamer to San Francisco. From San
trums in your familieN but tiae pure Hop France I went to Santa Barbara in the
p.,. isouinem pari ui v3iiiiini, -
Bitters. I rm ,. . T .... .i
six montlis. llie cumaie, l inina, w
A Born xooi. , . - m ., .u ,um mruu imH
... . . i in ... wm.
The scribbler of the Boonville iWrrmer . . few gy.
. ? ir. t.:I. Tl i '
is either s looi or an luioi . .,,,. ilr--i,--k U -ou can raise
Bazoo first noticed the Howard coumv ;,, irr:,tn
Iwifl aiiit and exoressed a wish that the . . ...... -
countv would be successful in the suit, sad
25 the AdixrtLitr thereupon charged it with be
ing in league with the bond holders. Ihe
Bazoo replied rather sharply to the Jldttr-
tiscr, and now we are accused ot eucoursg
in Ma countv in stealing and plundering."
The Advertiser shows itself to be endowed
ith just about as much sense as s brass
25 monkey. Friend Ravenel should either
eet an assistant possessed of common sense
or keep the one he has sway from patent
medicines made out of rot gut whwky.
Admired by aJL
Every person who has used Dr. Price's
Unique Perfumes admire tbea. Ht Pel
Rose is charming the fragrance of sweet
i.inawMna- hia Evenine Violet delicately
20 delightful the odor of dainty buda; while
10 his F.oral Bitches aurpass in rich, fresh
15 flowery odor any cologne or toilet water
uals. Another drawback
I have heard
from home but little since leaving, and
then -in an indirect round about
manner. But I forgot to tell you
that when I was in San Antonio I
fmind a Bazoo in s bar-room. It had a
lone account about me snd s card from S.
8. B . J. C W. and J. H. about the
Bank. When 1 was reading it I tbonght
everybody in the room wsa looking at ae.
Thinking I could do better I kit Santa
Barbara and caae
God knows I have worked bard, snd
ever with the dear object in view oi aeing
able to crime home snd make all straight.
I hoi that did not I
.tl.ii.i bv the It wsa bad
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enough without that. Ia regard to aysel
I hsve nothing to complain of, and si
things considered dona auch belter than I
anticinated. When I caae here I changed
it name to , and I aa ceitsin I
have not been recognised since leaving
A . unless il was bv . ia San
Clinton, Mo, July 12.
It is rumored that W. H. Davis A Bro.,
of the Democrat, have sold their interest in
that paper to G. R. Lingle of Sedalis, snd
the new firm will be Lingle Brothers who
will publish that paper.
The St. Htephens is one of the best sad
moat agreeable hotels to stop at in all the
itli-wMt. Alwavs stnn there when
visiting the M slel Town.
lohn Admon. of Henry county.
shipped ten car loads of hogs and cattle
Friday night for the Chicago market,
Mr. A. ihoneof the most enterprising and
staple stock men that Missouri has.
W. L. Patter snd wife, of Clinton,
formerly lived at Butler. That man snd
wife field, because Potter . tealous of hm
wife and daughter who is just budding
mo womanhood. The trio are s hsrd out-
100 fit. Their fighting became no troublesome
100 on Fridav last the city attorney swore out
a warrant charging tbea with disturbing
S5! the iw.ee and fighting. Tbey were sr-
M raigned helore Mayor ciaw ior uw, "
inn I iw.i. ant vniltv and went into s trial.
ww UlFin ua.aB - ) J
I av -a
" Several witnesses were exaainea wnicn
prove.1 conclusively that they were gailly
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as chargel,and tbey were fibed $5 escb and
a .a a
ivwts. Potter paid bn Sne, mn lei n. wiie
go to the calaboose. Marshal Vernon sent
Mrs. Potter's dinner to her, when sne kick
m1 it out of the hands of the attendant.
Later in the day word caae to Vernon
that Madame Potter was trying to die..
He went to the call with a physician.
200 They found that she bad spread downs
200 1 vM,.Je of nevspapers on Ue ceil aoor.uen
200 l iL.H.LUf imxl her neck snd wm
I B uanuK....'-.
200 I . . . . - .n .VnV. kMlf In
200 'J'" aowB "J,BB w
200 1 death. The physician felt of her pulse and
200 Utld-hewsa lively. Heae caapnor wsa
sent for and the atlmdant tbonght it was
300 . . ... . LmH. Arlmk
200 wine snu gsvn mbc -"s - -- ---
S50 of it, which very soon abowed taaglUe
150 evidence that she waa not going to aa vary
IS . The last phase of the sfsir is Uat
w .. .Iwuit tn aliia tbea lo
Antonio: bat I don't think he mv
For the present I have ceased ay wan
derings. I sa connected with a store in
this place now, sad also deal ia grain, as
well aa speculate a little in stocks. Tnis is
a glorious country for stock snecnlslion.
There nre millions of dollars aade sad lost
every dsy. We hsve balk sad bears here
iust as tbey have in New York, with the
single exceptioa that we speculate in min
ing slocks rather than gold snd stiver.
There are parties hers who hsve made a
ill ion dollara one day and !ct It the next.
The life is so fascinating that il is imp. edi
ble to keep out of it after engaging in H.
You have often heard of women dancing
until tbey died. The same asy be said of
stock gaabling snd the men. I sa al.-n
reading law, and when I begin the prsciu-e
anin I feel con ideal of aoon Being able tu
repay what I owe the people, sad sa deter
- . ...
b.iinI to redeem av Cuod asae or die in
I ran across a St. Clair county paper not
long since snd wss greatly amused by its
railroad news. Every dollar of tbst rail
road money. 1 honestly believe, waa spent
ia the county, except dollars,
&. Rfnr we could set a chance to
negotiate all the bonds the people becaav
wild, and not caring to aril tnea at a aacn
ant of fifty cents on the dollar we deter
ained to bold on to tbea. Ihaafnoiatea
lien whatever of keeping tbea, but alter I
saw bow astters were going I determined
to hold onto tbea ss pay for ay services.
Tbey were lying ia the vault of the Oserola
Ssvinss Bank froa the time the bank begun
up to the dsy I left Osceola to goto Apple-
ton. I carried tbea sJoscwiia sac. wnea
the ceualy gas ready lo coafsroa'ise the
inaVbtcdneaa I will be willing lo lei I hem
have the bonds cbesp.
Yoa often exiiiuaw.il a desire to know all
aboat that bead baaiaeas, bat I never here
tofore felt at liberty lo give the true in
wsrdaeas af the siair. I do net like to ex
pose others. I bare aaopgb to sear, aaa
do not wish to get any of ay old neighbors
iate the asae f x I aa now. I do not say
it to shield aynrlf or shirk say fapsolbil-
ity, but, aa God is my witness, 1 Honestly
believe there are others who are far more
guilty than I. There are several men in
St. Clair county lo-day who made two or
three of us cas goats and managed to keep
tbeaselvea out of the trouble. A day of
reckoning U coming soar time, snd when
it does come the verdict will be that I am
sa honest man when compared to others
whoa I might name.
There was He is not now
n resident of the county, but , be and La
Due inaugurated the whole ihing, got the
court to issue the bond's retained five one
thousand dolUr bond' fnr li s trouble, and
received for the boml ninety-six cents on
the dollar, for the whole. That h more
thaa I ever got or ever expect t
realise. The truth ol the matter is when
the ledger is balanced between that rail
road company snd mypelf, I fear I will
out on the wrong aheet, hesnk-ft the
o of honor.
Tree I rt $90,000 in bonds, but at their
present market value they are not worth
$9,000, ami I spent lhatuai in engineering
I be job through ami advanced money from
tiae to tiae to Ihe contractors. .
Tbea there waa . I believe
he is in business in O. He was when I left.
He is trulv a remarkable m tn He got hi
finger deep into that railrotd money, but
slwsys succeeded in escaping unscathed
and without a breath of suspicion attached
to hia name.
The $90003 in bonds happened to fall in
my hands this way : When the road was
first commence?, op!e l-egtn flocking into
O. froa all quart. M. We held a meeting
thedirertoisof the road presided over
by LaDue, ami it wss then that our sus
picions were aroused that all would not
come out nichl. Lalnie uitiiutrd thai
the county f JackMin would not give her
bonds until ihe lovl was running to Kan
sas City, and the farl wait plain to every
body that ihe rn.id would never be Vtu
pleted. It ws llirn fir-! decided to appr.f
priate the money on band to our own use,
ss well ss the unsold bond and decamp
This I oppo-trd, for 1 "till had he in the
ultimate sucress of our enterprise, and
thought by mortgaging the road bed and
selling Ihe rel, of Ihe laiitd we could
receive uhikv HimViml lo put the mad
through ail right, and leave us the ."i00
000 of Jarksou ctiunly u for otimrlvrn.
My influence won. Ilue,lnnly after,
went lo NVw York for ihe piirKre of rai
iiiglbemoiie , and while he was gone ihe
first cloud began l gathrr. The contrac
tors had not been paid oil, an.l lhiestrne.1
In Mop woik mile-- ihe money ws forlb-i-oHiii'g
I wrnt around and raised what
money I could, and sslr-fird the bslanre
out id uiy individual money nmelhing
like $l,:Ual, I, have forgotten the exact
LsDue's visit didn't prove a success.
He came nick poorer than he went. An-
ot:rr meeting was held, ami 1 announced
mv unqualified dinppmval of ihe course
thry aanletl to pursue and threatened to
i.iru over to the the St. Clair county court
the $90,000 in bonds Mill in my Mvsrssion,
upon the payment to me by the county nl
what money I hail pii.l out. This caused
uie to lie bitterly denointcrd, antl I threat
ened to give up my position as secretary
id the company, and wash my hands of the
At this time there was unexiiended
monev in the tressiirv. I do not know the
exact amount, but think it was something
like $60,000. I offered to give tht-m the
remaining boml if they would pay me
$10,000 for mv trouble and money advanc
ed, snd say nothing more about it; but
ibis proposition was not accepted, nd I re
tained i lie bonds. Shortly after another
meeting of the directory was held snd 1
really did resign. This csustd a sensa
tinai The board was afraid I would ex
pose all the workings of the road, and they
divided among themselves the money
isining in the treasury snd also tried to
get the bonds froa ae. I agsin oflered to
compromise on $10,000, but was again re
fused, so I held on to the bonds.
I really intended to turn the bonds over
to Ihe St. Clsir county court, but in conver-
sstioa with certain ol the judges I was
given to understand that not s cent would
they psy for the return of the bonds, and
of coumelatill kept thea. Then it seemed
as if everybody in the county had sudden
turned against me, snd I lost confidence
sad hope in everything snd determined to
keen the bonds at all hazards. How well 1
! knt that determination you all
I vwludinv this letter, which is ai
re adv extended further thaa I hsd say
mind of doing, I will any that retribution
is on the track of many. The Bill Mesd
who they di-pise has begun tn talk, and I
lo not intend to atop until others are car
ried down to ay depth. I will write yoa
again at mi distant day, ami give you the
liberty of having this letter published il
you think best. W. O. M kad
Under the above caption the Versailles
Morgan County, GWte discourses as fel
low. It Is quite evident that Iriend nan
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aaaaBaaana aSVM JwTaaw
WIUHCCl U SVtlVI Ml J WMV W liun'ii
tnwii as tha r.iilrikttl hist fortr mile! from
hr, ami toM him toir im- -. tame lirj-. one
tlmt shecould dme. Slranj;er s:nl the rfrtT
with urvst solemtuty, got that hors? ?t:irt.l
:il just x:wtlr lt:l. oVIiK'k in tli- morning. ok
liniuTiii Clinton. Ami w:s u-k at work in
SrInlli ly 3 VIk the une afternoon. Thnt
hore hl trnwleil eighty mile:
exactly thri hour. ahl was as ttst when he
stopped :s when he starleil.
Tlut Yankee just chewed the cml f oontein-
pLition a few moments ; turned on his heel
an.l ijuictly remtrketl.
1 w:.s set itowii as fA'i liar, hut when 1 tell
the lt-tin folks all ahont this I'll he pretty
apt to get huii."
The reiMrter thought so too, ami tptietly
rtrsiiiue! his maiiifolil luties.
TACTS FOX TAMM BBS.
l-oat asp in cs m McajtrcM.)
When Hp. E. Heath, of Shertuan.Me
ukin iL.kmi iimk tiif r at the tint
of her marriage the house took fire; ami a
wk n in wiiiniv. at ine ninn oi iirr
first s.n. the hui-e look fire. ft Dkpntck
l,haw! That's nothing. When Kate
Claxton waa born ilie house burned down.
ar.d since that time Kate haauhaidly ever"
entered house but what she had to leave
ia garments far mote convenient than be
coming. Kate has been in fire all her life,
and if she don't stop telling so many fibs
about her age we greatly fear there is little
hope for her hereafter.
Our paper i-like Cook's pills every
body takes it. Mwiptit Monitor.
And like tlook pills caurs evervoody
tu feel sick on the stomach. Why don't
you tell the whole truth?
-Every dog baa his day."
Ami every cat her night.
And so do their sutlers
And their cousins ami aunts.
,Um of Ru-helor of Arts was
conferred upon three young ladies at Butler
University. Now Ihe conundrum K how
can a yo.im lady lar s bachelor ? -Jmiiait-
Now that is a jsner. We might say
when they are old and fcaynt, but that
would hardly do. We .isiecl that il is
when tfiey are married. They aie certain
ly hach-elora then.
Shoot the next rursl rooaler that iuaks
use of the trim "funeral ol.pies."
Erlv to bed and early to rise
Makes a man healthy, wealthy and ai-e.
tH.l .Sir '
Early to bed and early to rise
A uitii gets rid of uufqu.toes an.l Hies.
Lives of walkers oft remind uv
We can rake lo many a dime;
Make a record simply ly our
F.Mitpjds ou the track id lime.
Lives ol poet oft leuiiud us.
We can make so many root,
Wheu tbey come around oursanclum,
With a lift of our big hoot.
Mr. Gamier will read the Athmut for
a vear. Kiekuwe.
During the meantime Mr. Gander will
be pretty apt lo starve. Now pray lell us
what Mrs. tJisM purpiae doing.
nnVi.lnnlir June Tib. 1S79. to
.Samuel Levy, E-ij . a "daughter. -Exthttnyr.
VV-'.- h.r.l of a ereat manv curious
thine, hut never before heard of a man hav
inir a babv. Think vou can hammer auch
foolishness into the heads of your reailer t
Married At the residence ol the
i.ri.U' inmiiii. Mr. Stui Dwiiamt Mw
Alice Little. itow True Ktnluekum.
Ah, yes; il has come at last. He has
got a Link' and she has got a ditto.
x Km Vrsnoiscn woman actuallv car
ried over $"J0.000 arouml in her bustle tor
six months, li is not oiien onr.siif i
on such s fortune as that. hr.
Twenty thousand dollars ain't s palch-
ine in what our girl sits down on. virun-
Say that again ami say it slow. The
reader desires to get a full tnfil.
An InatructiYw Assortment for
Aggrioulturists to Profit bj.
Buttermilk is of slight vain for
just I feeding, as it contains only l-20t)th
ratrt ot its own weight ot tancy pani
A tMsnooneful of coal oil to a gal
lon of water will exterminate all the
I inject that infest garden plants ami
. v "
Mr. Lawes experimejiU have
nmvnl that dips store ud or utilize 20
per cent of the dry sultance of their
food, sheep VZ per cetu, ami catiie o
Mnnl of Twi.sk. one of the heanl of
Dutch Frisian cows, owned by the
Undalla Vallev Stock Breedera Asso
ciation, last vear made a record of
f ?nal tarannlied hot to a root will
cure it of leaking. Take an old lirmdii
or tie rags on an old brMnistick, an.l
use this for spreading the tar over the
A run in a !d place of irra.s will
rreatlv hell) the nilves. The m.re
thev are pushed, without ovenloing it.
lurtiia? the hrst years irowtn me ihi
ter the mature animal will lie.
My saeelheart's tikelhe sweetest t!ower,
he' liWi-t siiiiimer noun.
Kite's tike th teuiler air tlkit Molts
lu the sweet mouth ! Jinn.
Mv sweetheart's like th sweetest coin;
'llmt eer et wits miiil'.
Th- luvrutil mehxiies ot lit"
Are caught Iron, her alone.
My sweetheart.- like the moniinic star
That hules a lotuig tiee
1hiu the Isisuni ot'lhe thtwn
Ail'l flies to U eiiitinu e.
Site's like the harvest moon that shines
She s weeter tiuill the sweetest stole
Tlietr richest bllMen yields.
She'sliLe oh! wiekeil waste ol wonls
u herilear self l-stowii
The loveliest ofall loveliness
My hie, my iiriile my own.
FASHIONS OF THE SEASON.
It seams hut veslertl.tr.that we were hurrmlly
moving from oneeinirinin t another, in search
( tile noteltien tor silinilier. lor Uie
U-netit oronr retitlers; still, il nuht have ls-en
weeks ago, for alreatly the oiuiiions pl-unN :tre
met with every where, ".Markitt ttownto elose
.il;" "SoM at anv irive" "Wish suits ut your
own irice; -'Closing out l-Iow cost, previous
tt tlenrliire for Kuroe for tall novelties." All
l.t. iiimim lli.tt etervlawlt s UUItt.s are Ml-
s.-isllv well M1I.I.I.-.I, nifl If I'lllfluisers are nietlt tor
I ul, they are those who Imy heeaHse every
thing is -oehniji.
Well. II l! a real feat of elf-ileni:il to leave
Ihe iitiny Uaiitihil Ihin.'is, at imhearil-of rn es
iiiwi itith. wilhoiit Us-i.miii the
owner, though one may not l- al.le tn s,- pisi
where ihe heaiitilnl article eoiiM he maiie avail-
Allien;- the ilaiuty Udinetstit lo-ilay we imliee
iliilieoi our liio-t Mls-eslill milliner's hoime.s
ot leathers. One, in tialk l.li.wil, more ot a
ruet iltui sai. The e:iihrs a rent the tune.-!.
ami .l:t-.-.l as evenly and smoothly til-'" the
Ir-.nt :.s ills. ll the -kill of the hird. The oilier
was of pigeon Mile, ami iii the .same shipe. The j gome from lllt'k.
Inker one Itl.l ties of ereiim-whlle, riMs-.l-
,,, nM-.ll. a lll.te tuhe., U,s. the and . . fi . , w:)J out
held III l.l.tce lV it hnght plllmsijeil ,,u , , , - , ,
uli i. A huieoi tnec,,;,,,,, on .,e et the eMU simI having snuwl Jence,.
.ri.ete.1 it oi ptamuiss, :iU,i fup pretty thrill w what lioiiesi men lliriVH IIV.
I 1. kaon luolr II irolIIIKr !IIOIIr
riin'i. i lui.'iir.i . i- .. t ' . -. - .
only is luck.
The Preston, Minn., Republican
says that the gr.Hh.pper plague has
lieen a Messin: lo frontier farmers, for
it startwl them iiiiimnliately into
stock-raising in connection ith their
Indian cirn liarreil into a charcoal
is said to be a moat vnluulnV condi-
isMiltrv. It will put the
nens in i?nod health and cause a gener
al toning up the system, that will he
seen in more and better eggs.
As sion as the upper portions of the
straw of the cereals become yellow,
no further increase lakes place in the
weight of the seed. If the grain lie not
cut down soon after the appearance
of this sign, its quality deteriorates,
and its weight diminishes.
It is useless to sav that good crops
a a W. f
11 is not so. I ne
sixwi is in selection: ihe seed with
A gentleman in Copiah County,
A BOSTIMO MAN.
nay kaows a thing or two. As sooh ss Ihe
Sedalia rua.1 gels well under way Morgan
county hail better aake a proaMiiuin to
the Srlalia ople to build a biaes h Iroa
Oik Camp to Versailles, and site will
find Alalia ready lo lend a helping hand.
litis is about the ht prospec- we see lor
Mutgan county to get s road .
.:... ..iism In.iu lite Praiue City
iudicale the early cauiuiriireuirnl of work
on llie Waisaw road. It has lanoUMf s
th-ath utrugle between two rival cities.
If JeBersouCily headed ofaud drfralrd.
il leaves her at lbs aercy of s relenUe
wgiutioa for the reaoysl of the Capital.
If Jefersoa City succeeds suds road is
coalite ted to Cole Caap, and on West,
iBle-sect.ag the M. K. Jk T-, the injury to
Sedalia would slsrtle snd appall even Ihe
- MiMNu ami uluck of bee cilisens.
Sedalis sow coalrols a hsxd trade sixty
ailes South, sal s jouetng irie preuy
auch over the entire south-west. A road
froa Jeiersoa City would cut, first, her
local trade: sad next, her perns ister-
twla. II the iwiipnseu line aaouiu cruaw wr.
M . K A T. al t;linusa, ihe latter city
woabl aweep swsy the lai vesiage ih
Sedalia's trade Houlh. Such is the s-
aprare nature of the nl.ng contest, in
IJ: i. iL bilitr nr"lah- of tWO
cities." we arc inclined to the opiuioii lhat
Seitalia will enaa out in imc seau. nrr
ueofde see seilber obi fogies. Mr "aaasl
Sfwrs f hut they haye a westers Black,
enterprise aad rMbesditivewess, thst si-
ik aJ If sirrasrv. that
thrifty eily would saortgage the entire fft-
f .1. MKunaarillh. bleihre their
iacoaes, sad five s lien oa future Broils
rather than fall back in the oh rats, aad
dwindle sway with inertis aw rj r
m. 1.1 L. Si im Ia nr iatiWM for the rtMMl
Aliav-s" . ,
froa lefteraoaOity to be wawplelfd, jM
we cjwadt withhold flr admiration forj he
tassa Md the clear gtM pf the frame City.
Sura atona asarve
it. from "ilown Fji." ami snie out to
s h.. tlmiBS !iHke,l iu the"Cir West. We met
..... . .. t f .
. . . ,.r ii .ml I nun sireeis. ne
no" OB ninwi
was .stainliug there with hi kinds in h. inn kets
and suring t all pr-hy.
"Well Yaa-i just got in on uie r.un ims uioim-
tng. From n.sliii2.yerknowKOteonsi.ter.MMei
. . ... ... ..it it..it,, ' .
a town Here, inn not a an -
tl. tuna's Ihnti"
Mi erervwar. Hni ting Ins th Mas hotels
;.. tk.irtJ. arajivou ever tlnr MraiWr!"
"Never was nrtlier away from nome man me
tk. ITnion itenot."
..r. ,.him.oin ttwliti '. The streel.s ars
Uid with palact's and everybody happy and con
a.a Linf moiur. I nresiiRie. Mitt
-Cs XTi J j '
v vnii n.vr ur Httt-'h b amount of
a S-.a w ....Le ill lliWtin'Z fltt itU H
mUHTl . VwWta "a-
cao he dug out ofainineiu lultille."
"Slraajp- you left there "repnet me rvporier.
.il...re NiraiMrer." I want a l life.
prrter tieinsaUriiisr and .-ellliu .town ho ine-
where out s, aoi any koou .h
Plenty of it."
..u-uii nm wlien 1 was tew Hosting corn
;.. ti rs uiensurln al-mtten irs-hes in
Olilir mi iw - .
Iet.th.can you heat that? It raised near
Mv frieml." said Ihe rerter. sadly, yon
teltows In B.-ton .lon'l know what corn i.-.
,... Kr. u. simi4v diif a lie liole pt.t is a
wa a - .r
-:....i in a tew week llie workmen
take Itir aaes out ami chop down llie Mlk..
Aller rut. ing . lie earn ort a roiide ot mules are
1. .1.-1,1 tn nrli ear ami U l InMleil Itoine. it i
taken to mill, awl the farmer generally relurns
;il. ,.. .r Ihree waitou ha.l of mes. irom iimi
. -r r of eorn. W -talk i lUen cut
up and hauled to town, where it is sold for wood.
Ufi.v .l..'t l!-v itUtk Ihe er oft J"
..ti.ir oit!" exelanne.1 the reitorter in
astuuishiueiit. -Why frieud Ihey hate to cli.iih
Kitfli stei. latlder In reaeh tle ear. SoMie-
liioes tlwy uek Ihe kernaU out. tut lint is too
tiresome, n- it is a.s iiiik Ii k.s .te mail can do to
rurrv u kerual of that ei.ru. .
Tlie'Mown KitMeriier" .staretl at tlie re-irter
.. ...... .. Usnt aiiuizemelll. hilt SI last
IJllltril olll :
"1 have ib tntd that llie wleal crop out here
is all ruined. Now. "lien 1 wa lo olllll?
"Kuined! Ihumtert" eselaimetl the rejstrter.
Tliedroiiitlitof iheesrly rm did dannee it a
i. iti- i.i will lielnllv a liall erop. It Ins
begun to .'orae into town."
"km llie if nous are ninthly small.
.U'-lt .s 1 retn.trkel. llie erl l- hllf-
ipav ruined. Tlie grains this tr are only altoul
.slarveai. vour liead. Ull we will lwe l.leuty to
J luuiw ilenuiuls. ami sum lo sell. Some
- - .....
years the wheat cru. . m lr mi me cirwer
iut hire two mB t each grain and roll it iulo
Iowa like lltey wonUlahall.
Th Yankee rolled hit iin.t from one sideoi tits
laoulh to Ihe other. He was Mailed, but lie
shortly afterwards rallied and 1358 :
"Down lew to BoMmg mere are noires
IhatoHtrnneveryihras ia-the worhl. Noihiu,;
hkelhem was r sees down Here, inar is
Pjuvkm. owned bv WT particular friend. Hlneos,
aad be drive that arhorw fourteen miles one
msruiBg a just tea miaHles less th-in oms sour,
awl the nop dala't seeW lo Baind .hedrive at
r . ... ....
The Taal.ee glasced at the reporier as 1t1.n u
.r ,n Mf-KMt that ifvoucan." Therej-.rter
ju.s aoieaMly looked that frUow ia tneeje as he
" that the best kjad ot a horse yqq have got
"down East!" W-I fMrteeu
mu t jjhj. I'll tel ymi wh:it I did. I weat
M S hry tat here and tohl Ihe pro
CMtortsatl waswa s genua family soratw 1
Aiitiiheri;hriiiiii' niiet waa white French
elm., with i-litittltv raised hrim and Io...ing
flown. II lliiUfwaiH i.u-rti wim ;.nm - " " a
with a limleau ot the sMiue, and a little at me Mijis., SHipi1.! l sinmueri i
telt :t fe tle.piuk moss rosebuds, with tfrceu jj, Ve,r fa Chicago, at 21 profit of
mos-v stems au.i ie;ives. .in the t... were Mu?isiiiiiaiis pay that the
three tea roses, Wl. a 1st of greet. and then ,1ctfMeai.re l)ts,trawlrri. H
the wholeiiowilttase.ttere.1 Willi. Irooptu" lilies inwuui nr rw,
r the t: y. a .hn kiv.Hu.iie.1 e.iSe, i.nngie.1 . equal to that ot sixteen acres "Fjcot-
an.lsh-.de.lther-es.er thetop,lormiuj long. Mtt the .juality of the laiul liemg the
l.ro.i.1 lies. Th laiu-y W t. ,e tlte lace stru.K' ,an,e.
at the lettol llironl. alth..ugli some face aie
shaKsit.. ne with better cttect dirc tiy in frou. Our milling industry, the Ainrriatit
ladies must study these little effects for then.- JMIfa. nvMii9, IrtllkS "llCXt t. that
,tes; u-hioi. hoem.e, ,.y ...mint mile Tlie tiuinlr of milk is over
WtZ:. - - 25,t)0l).affi.r,HngeHiI.h.vmenttn,ore
variously terme.i,arein.sieis i iaiity. Kugti than flO.fMM) men. whose annual
.trot-, white, brt.wn or nir!i-oolred, are all fajrps are about 20.MM),(HM). and
s ,,; suit we think hhu k ami white pre.h.mi- urni,1; out yearly .r)0.(MM).lMMI bar-
.... i rels ot" Hour, off which 4,MM),IMH) are
Theo liat.s Inve iuimen-cl broad hrmis. and reis oi miur.tu -.,
are crooked and p.m h. d iu eiery comeivable exported to foreign COUHtrie.
sttile. Breton lace, l.nht s-atm rii..-li.s, neiu . ..l.:. t aovoeal
rtovirrs :uilr!iistrrisn'ri.; it roMrs, trim tht-int 1. . ' , J. . ,
i:r,omcl.sa,.,ore snber famy droop, a enemies, at last three ih! dewmr
Lin;, ostrich plume around the crown, with loops the letlVea. a OOrer tlliaCKM uie sit-in-,
of d:irk -:.tia. ami perliaps a pheasant's wing at u, a caterpillar eats the Voting frtlit.
..ne side. Ilanil nickitii? will do Httich, if the
iwnsh!.uiKweseecheviot,.S otchand Amer- . , .,lfwHirw wa .hsll
H-au .Mii-lnms ami nwns. 'Dies,, are trimmed B""- -n -
rb-iiZaK ...re i eiise. si v yf green, a we know no other
ot the material. Suits that early m ue fea-son renicviy. rur ine .; ..-.
were marked s and ! are now t and 5. au.l i slightly llUrj the hrst lew JOiniS oi
AieriL-.ui awus lor nous- wear are
low as flfio.
lr-t-)Is of the .same giniilmn, and iritiimeu
with torehou, acconianyiug many or iLeae suit.,
in iti their war a novelty.
Better lawn suits, both of home aiw lorvign
inauuticture, range in prices, up to fit. At the
Lift named prke they are marvels of Irotity.
White wis and nalnsooK evening uiwm,
have whole fronts of lace and embroidery -Uie
from bmK in one olid piece and lie side-ironi.t
tniniini; it edsied with lace, usually in poini.s or
Ktervbodv is wishing they ma purvaaseu
silks liefore the advance. A lcnlii importer
raised on his stock, at one swsop. thirty-three
per cent, after receiving foreign advices. Sotne
r our merchanl.s. who hate lar flocks on
hand, are accommodating their c-ustoinera wim
t.l nrii-es. The rush is trerneddous, for we an
know that never in our day have silks been as
cheap as in the last six months. One merchant
ahnwed us a beautitul witin-hBisiieti wacs .
at 11.73. and assured us his new Mock of tlie
s un. I. rand would t ti 50.
Scotch. Grecian and diamond designs are seen
in hosiervto match the costumes. Hosiery lias
taken a tmnUe, as well as costumes and wrai.
Kid and cloth slippers are also marked down
W have notared kid slippers, with three samla:-
strans, velvet hows and steel uticKies, sciiibk.
for airainst & a month ago
A pretty design for an over-dress is asnon,
.:i,t.i .nMa. ih. rnclc a lone, straight
breadth, of tin; double-width tjoods, sewn down
at the sides within a half-yard of the bottom.
Uius entering tlie euds of the apron. Thecentre
of the hren.lt h at Ihe bottom w then lahiinnne
...ul.;r...,l fr . .listnuee that L'lVCS tlie
iiirui?'. ui .iiiii as s avw s..--
.Ules a hoorjed or ttouHsuit appearaisre.
We noticed a cream-colored bunting pined with
cherry-red. and with loops and ends of cherry-
l rihhnnatlhe top of the slurnoit ib ine
back, also on the back of sleeves, and at point
The ribbon was "No. li" and the
suit was reallv neat and attractive.
We hsre heretofore written ot the commnauon
skirt, lliat is Buttle short for Ihe street, ami has
a train fully trimmed tlwt cau be ouitoneti on.
: .... i.in.inn, that rftstuine into a
nte. ii..-. i. ."..j i
hoiiee tlress. Now that unite snort sleetes are
worn, with loiig-Wllsled loes, on ine sireei,
these shetes combiiiesl4en.ll.lly with .he IralB
.i. .I.ii.1.. r.u. in eflecl UIMin llie oiuerwise
eontenieiit street suit. We have noticed several
tins wav Ihiil.resllV seemeil
(l rinutii' ... -- j
m iis siivin-'ol one entile costume.
New para-ols lor Ihe sea-shore) Imelhe wide.
sy lAu.Linua Utrders. like those used upon
.. 'IM.,.-.. a.un.sAIs W.illlll lie "III VI
4-OSIIinie. Ilr'i -
. ... .... ...t iiri.nu.ii.uti..
White riauiie.. irii.iliesl wiiliay indanna Lias
Isirders. IS Ue.l lor ladies se-.t tor-
..i i...lJ. ,.rt-iifs. The skirls are
liters- Bttr . .. ' -- - , .
..:.. ..i. . i..-.. ..i ilu. 1.1:11.1 near the e.li:e.
K,:r ti"""-.:" ::...! ... ir...... with imt.
1 IH uiri?su ... " " . -
draped l.-lhis U.r.lere.lwithllieJid.asare
vests. .iiVrsliitveauuleil collar . If th plai.1,
.. .. .... i i- ... ....... lib.. I.'iiulkerelilef.
Willi lin.Hieu ei..s .u , - .
I'retly bre:ikfast ."aps oi rersiaii m...
. . k k . ..I... uitlL l.awal IkU-IT
a " i '..r .1 lieailiui aaall'ta. Wlllk lMI! IKU'L,
iiorivrt ue-.sr- s . -----
aad trout of Ihe plaid. Other breakfast caps
have lull crown ol mull, with ruehimf of bret.m,
....i - ..lix iileatiin's umlernealh. nest me
hair. A ran or ine i-e um ..... m.
cap ot this kind sell-for
the top. i
One mo rain?, when sprim; was in Iter feeas
A morn to a immtI's wishiaif, .
All tinted in. lelirate pinks ami green
Miss Besaie and I went fishing.
I in my rounh ami easy clothe".
With my lace at the sun tan s mercy.
Site with her list tipped down to her uo-e,
Aad her nose tipped vice versa.
1 with my rod, my reel aadmv hooks.
Ami ft lumper lor luovhiuic recesses,
Site with the lout of herroliiely looks.
And the seine of her gklB Icesaea.
So we sat ns down on the stwray dike,
Wherv the white poml lilies teeter.
Ami 1 went to ashing like intaiat old Iks,
And he like Simon IV(er.
AH Uie boob I lay ia the light of bar eyes.
And dreamily watched sad waited, ,
B.t the n-h was cuaaiBK ami would not rise,
Aad the ha: ur alone was baited.
ABd when the lime for departing came
My bag huiMtSatasa sounder.
But Bess ! had nearly hooked her game
a huudrvd-aBd-HNy-pauuJar. .
An American writer from .Spain
nrtrp-s the ahinment nf htborsaviuir
r t; ...... l.aA SiMiiuli furniais
itnpiiiiieuw uicic. ....
nhtwr with the eml of a niece of woo. I
about five inches thick, as was doae
in the raiuMle ages, sowing and reap
ing machines are unknown, and grain
not threshed, uxen treaii h om,
and it is winnowed by women, who
. .. . . . ' .i
toss it into tlie air to scatter me
The largest cultivated wheat farm
oa the elobe is said to be the Grandin
farm, not lar from the town oi r arpn.
rwknta. It embraces some 40,000
acres, both railway and Government
land, and lies close to the Red River.
Divided into four pans,.it has dwel-
i ... i fi
ling, granaries, macniae sanfaj, ele
vators, stables for 200 horses, ami
room for storiae l.llUU.UUU tmsheis ot
grain. Besides the wheat farm, there
h a stock farm ot !W,uuu.acrea
A Maryland former thinks he has
found a '-sure cure" for Canada
thistles. It consists m sowing the
land infested by them with buckwheat
early in the spring, allowiug it to
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erow till it is in tun blossom, turning
it under and aeaiw reseedine with the
nme grain. The Iaet crop is harvest
ed whesi ripe.
One-year-old grapevines, pet this
spring, should not be allowed to grow
more than one shoot. Remove all
others, " reserving- of course the
strongest. Ifohlerviens were set,
these should noi ne aitoweti t
bear, as it ia necesf-ary for them
to become thoroughly established and
Kepare for fruiting. Keep all shoots
tied up to stakes or trelfees. On old
vines the fruit will be greatly im
proved by thinning after the clusters
are set, leaving only two bunches to a
In regard to the various method
suggested for destroying the cablajge
worm, Prof. Riley says that few
liquors will prove more effective than
hot water judiciously applied,, though
one pound of whale oil sosp dissolved
in about six gallons of water, or even
strong tea water, may be used to ad
vantage. The application should lie
made several times during the year,
as it will be more elect ual when the
worms are young. As preventive
Measures, the worms may.be induced
to transform wader Hat pieces oi
huanU. laid iitioa anv clriects that will
raise them about an inch from the
anrSaisj. nf the crnuHi 1. These boar. Is
should be examiueil every week, and
the transforming larva? or ine
chrysalide destroyed. The butterflies
may also be capturea oy aanu nets,
am) thus prevented from laying their
To live leafl aad nrosnerM-MTk
the worhJ easy" swl Dr. Ball's Bakiaors
Pills. Only cents.
One of the han.Iauaeit qwelliBf howsea
om BrtMMlwsy far sal at a hsrgaM. Aaaly
to Mrs. TaHwtt, at her aiUiaery establish
it oa Ohio street. ayicWwnia
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