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1TLE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1884.
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A BAD COON.
The following telegram received
yesterday explains itself.
Slater. Mo., July ID.
Editor Bazoo, Sedaha, Mo.
The editorial in tne aeaaiia jjemo-
trof roflhvfl to Drmiers uui is a.
tissue of malicious falsehood as 1 will A Case tnat JN66C1S lnveBU-
fully prove. J. l. Heard, i gation by tlie Author-
ncr & wrvr.Taw ATtfT") BETtfDRICKS. ltieS,
Secretary Chandler seems to have
drawn toward himself some very un
desirable notoriety and attention,
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wmca is iits-eiy j J aanVincr r,f the neero ex-convict men
hv his hastv and imprudent tinned in the Bazoo as having been ar-
. . i- . wiVvllrt I TAvteH last Saturday in Jefferson City for
J act in rusnmg neiure r Tniatinir Tils nirdon bv returning to Cole
the medium of the associated mintv. the Moberlv Monitor says :
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Dress to deny a charge that had never Un Saturday mgni jonu uvim, u cu,
press iu ucujr , uu 5 aQ ex-convict, who has served three terms
been made against him, but oi wmcn in the penitentiary, was arrested in Jeffer-
fynlltv. Mr. snn Citv. for being in Cole county contrary
... , i ,i . 10 law. Xie uau uccu uuw v -i r
Heniricks, replying Dy me wmc mc- & yearj hig Iast sentence being for bur
dium has certainly given Mr. Chand- glary and Urceny. He drew a revolver on
: nn kofVra thp Wi""u www : -
ler a severe u,rraiKumcufc wopH. On his nerson were louna a
Remington revolver of 38-calibre, a 25ew
Lead to the Unearth
of a Dark Deed.
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The Port .Royal railroad tram Drougn
into the city Sunday forenoon & large ex
cursion of negro military and their "lends,
who on arriving were met and escorted by
a militarv company and thousands of men
and women of this city to the Douglass
Drill hall, on Greene street The crowd
was very disorderly, and for three or four
hours after the arrival of the train kept
the whole city in an uproar with drums,
fifes and brass bands, accompanied by a
howling and yelling mob. St. John's
Me:hodist Episcopal Sunday school, which
is situated opposite Douglass hall, found
it impossible to proceed with their usual
exercises, on account of the noise
and tumult until they had called
in the assistance of the police. On Mon
day Rev. Mr. Candler through the newspa
pers made a vigorous onslaught upon the
authorities generally for permitting such
doings on the Sabbath, and upon the rail
roads for bringing such excursionists into
the city in violation of the law passed by the
last legislature prohibiting Sunday excur
sion trains, and called the attention of the
grand jury and of Judge Roney to such
grievous infractions of law and order. As
result of all this the Port Royal railway
company was this forenoon arraigned be
fore the Tecorder under the law referred to,
and bound over to answer before the city
court, under a bond of $10,000. This is
the first time this law has been up for trial
I, nf rmKlin. nninion
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.noT, .t. K " "i. "I STiSSSi .SAifi. iSTAll Ladies Should Know that
xclcj r-xTiiJ-x xxw j-i. cut ymxvu. . . ' j . , Tjnjc --1,5 ribbons and all iancv aril
cateof deposit tor JbUU m currency, wsueu - . M
The bill introduced by Jones ol b, Mechanics. Bank of "popuUr co.ora.
county, in the last legislature t S v. Flowed Ten cents at druggets. Kone equals tnem.
ereatethe office of public printer " Qn ne-ina.. H. V. Flower (so caUed) Wells, K.cbardson Ufc.MruDgwm, u
Not Against the Law.
v m ti rt pntprpd the Merchants' Bank of this city
WaS a "lOD. J-t aa a "V", ui cnn r mK;nu i,0 pT
enrich the pocket of those who did the cerificate referred to. He also pur- "Madam," said the policeman, as he ap-
f AoxW tn work for a living, chased the watch found on the person of peared at tne side ooor, iws agaiuM, iue
not desire to worK lor a living. . navigSS5 for it law to fire a pistol inside of the coporauon."
SonatnT TTpfl.rfl was then in the j v t,: tuq ,Qnir0r ip icrt rrnb- Vhn fired one ?"
CpnfAn nronosed to nrotect and ably bought here, but we have nu been "Your neignbors complain oi nan a aoz-
uw r-sr ii. .- tt;.- ani;nn of trntcH rin on rpnnrts cverv evening.
defend the taxDavers. Jle was sue-1 of.Qf: hor. PTnt that it Ah Yes ! Wait a moment."
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. . i .1 I i , . I tTTi u Mn.ncu1 from thp Iritnhpr
cesful m his etlorts to tnwarc me was a very unusual occurrence ior a sirange ueu sue " , ur iToS
CCCJ'"i i J i i r. i j :j..t I uA a Tmttla nf mnopr nip in her nana
mi k w.v wknrwa a nauncii nprn hi ii ii uiiivr Mir. iiau a uuluu v
nroDOsitions and encroachments Ot rf.u , ocnrtTnn nf fib tpA it on a line of his eye. pushed
x sr . in bu uiuuu icnciu. . , - v .
the iohbers, and for this the people h. V. Flowers is as follows : the wire on tne cork-, ana as ne wugui
i. . . n ...... Re wR a verv dark mulatto, almost the missile on his nose and jumped two
owe him a dent oi grantuae. , , , .A o cnoi. - , . , w. nvpr si feet hih sne observed
TVi "R 7-n rf .Ton 183 firm- k;V. tiv lrppd- Hebnueht "Yes. we fire more or less ot 'em every
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. t x : .v, Ka fh rF . iii v nnri rpmainpfi pveniner. ivouie arouuu uci
lamea ine lonuwuig . u " .. r.rw M ci,nt iPhiindplnhia Call.
a 111 Lie I - l C 3 TJ. n.ilnwo) itrrn. etiilc I . . .
lug lasi oaiuiuaj,
For twenty-five years I have been severc-
nfflirtpd with tLav never, wnue i was
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"ne legislature bUUUIU 1U a muc i.,.c TTo nrlprpH twn Knits
slow in creating the omce ot state oi cioths here, the two amounting in valHe
nrinter. While it is a eoocl, iat place, to S90. When he left, a well known muiat-
the legislature should ask themselves to girl of this city named Penny, accom- J
.. -rx -x nnnipd him. The Dresumption is that j .
Brief BiORraphy of the Democ
Who They Are and What Tney
Have Done to Deserve
the largest majority ever given in Buf
falo, In Buffalo he was a prominent fig
ure. He was a member of the Buffalo
Club, vice-president of the city club,
and one of the vice-presidents of the
State Bar Association.
His election as governor by a major
ity of nearly 200,000 was a surprise to
even his firmest friends, and was part
ly in consequence of the fact that
many republicans either voted for him
or remained away from the polls.
In person the governor is little above
the medium height, well proportioned
and portly. Hi3 thin, dark hair is
A correspondent of the Indiana
Farmer furnishes the following plan
for ricking wheat :
"If your rails are ten feet long,
make the bottom of three rails length
and ten feet wide. Make the nek
run north and south if possible.
Make the first round by placing the
bundles lengthwise through the mid
dle ; then build up widening gradually
By turning the short side of the sheaf,
on the outside course, downwards
till you get say eight feet higa.
i j v -a a to men cnangts iu aueai uu miu vuo
heavy dark moustache. Notwithatand- "? a " -
SheBumber of preachers in his raise the m.ddle and draw m tolerably
.basnotbin p m gSLS
L 11 ill! H1C UliUUlb. vu i..w
io ine jaw. xv ia a UWUi- I , i, u
thomas A Hendricks. jible, just as it will stay in its place.
Thomas A Hendricks - born a &
Buckeye, his native place being a y,8m8 vor r;okgs;9a;s or eiht
1822 when JJt pVadnglwv"es sWe by
,1 t,f 0ffa koc oTnPP hppn ame auu uuc w r.
grand-son of Aaron Cleveland, a Con- BU U her ted sufficient stand sheaves on each s.de covering
iregational minister, who was born faUCa e children, and with good caps, till you get the other
at Sorwich, Conn., in 1774, and lived M e$1gma end Have there a ladder ready to
there most of his life. Aaron Cleve- l t Hanovfr colleee. He stand on while you give the
land was a man of singular versatile SXr(C&urg, fishing touch. I have followed
ty, who carried on the hat business, SLhTX&d law this plan twenty years without a fail-
wrW voluminously in prose and poe- ' toi admhted to tire. The main thing to be observed
.... j ,o o .I;,,!, Ahn itinn st. and two years later was aumiueu iu tj, fl m Mdle solid, and the
One of Aaron's sons was Fatner , f sllfilhvvilie
HlwrlPs ClfivP.land. citv missionary of f " . V r " " COW MILKERS.
::;;rK; i; 'i prlv l00 nung out nis smngie. 4ufc
13031OU, wuu nvcu tu w annMMVumftflft a nnlck success
years. Another of Aaron a sons knowledge of the law and of the difficulty or securning Hired
William, a silversmith w deacon of y meQ willing to milk One
tne uongregaL-oi.ai uuuiuu a. - y . . , , , . Governor principle cause oi tnis is ma tu !
We often hear dairymen complain
w,chtown for twenty-five years pre- ; Hen. m6r wante the hired man to do a full
vious to l is, death in 1837 The dr!ckg 'colJd USUX winbeforia jury day's work sides the milking, and
youngest ot Aaron weveiana s imr- 1 a judge no wonder he does not lifie it. aon.
teen children was tne wire oi ui. i . M. or t;mfi. Hiram Smith said once, m a conven-
Sa.uuel H.Coxe, whose son, Arthur WnVta wTa e kcted a tion. that he found no difficulty in
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the question : Do the tax payers de- p t,ttrrC " " sufferine intensely I was induced, through
sire to nx an omce to mubiruuj cue . . k b t h ha tten it else. .ur. ncaeuox a
to try Ely
spoilsV" that amount-something over $.00. S
On Jan. 24, 1883. the Bazoo said :
To the legislature, greeting :
"The eves of the tax payers are
mi i j i t.irr
S'&aSrHKE A Georgia Railroad Arraigned
tnat you aeieat tut? ouuca um viicwiug
tne omce oi sune pimLci.
This paper was opposed to the
k;ii TinnanoQ it TOjQ o inh" Tt was I ttotct Thflv are Workincr and
III II"- .Af Ill 1U I w " " V " ' mj - -
a subterfuge a blind,
for Running Sunday
to rob the
and I have escaped a return attack. I pro
nnunce Ely's Cream Balm a cure for Hay
Fever AM. T. Carb, Presbyterian Pastor
El'zabeth, iN. J. iNOt a nquia nor asauu
Hay Fever. I have been a great sufferer
from H?y Fever for 15 years. I read ot
the many wondrous cures by Ely's Cream
P.ilm and thonffht I would try once more.
In 15 minutes after one application I was
wonderfully nelped. Two weeks ago 1
commenced using it and now I feel entirely
nnrprf. t i the orreatest discovery ever
known or heard of. Duhamel CLARK,
Farmer, Lee, Mass. Price 50 cents.
Because John T. Heard, while
-m t 1
eftTifltnr. would not lend nimseit to
The trains were all on time yesterdav.
Switch engine !No. 206 was on duty
dO wnrignt legislative sieui, iic vy- Missouri Pacific bovs were flush
posed as a candidate for congress. All Up last night. The pay car arrived yester
fft Ronofni- TTpar3. TTe stood "aJ
liuiiui iu wviiMuui j.vm.. i . , . r -ril J
solid m the interest of the tax paper, for the first week in Julj were over $100r
for if the bill known as the public 000, the largest in the history of the road.
nrintine bill, had become a law it -Misronn racmc engine, o. asi, ior
prmtiug um, uavx Tnpriv a nusher at Otterville. has been m
would have cost the state Oi lviissouri the shops and turned mu a road eDgme.
. rrt nvrv I shP Trill make her nrst trio to-uav.
from idU,UUU to 3U,UUU per annum, -i-. n - r: ? -PQrt:o ku.i-. ised to come every night after
more than the same work cost at this amT r ravi ' Aoff in con5equeQCe 0f a L "Vereli ?a?j?S? "p
- ' ' i.r: u snutiers." Detroit xree jrreaa.
x.. nw nil in rnn mroroor fiT BiifK. i vPrv snre evt. iili v iiiii uccu suuv.n. ur
Li LUC tlilVA alx xu. lui iuiwvou i j -j . . . " .
scale trom a scraper wmcn ne was repair
Gone for the Summer Months.
"MVq Shnhbv Genteel: "Jane, has the
flnii-r- min rnmp ?"
Jane: "Yes, mum ; eight barreles."
"And the potatoes ?"
"Yes, mum : twenty bnsbels."
''And the canned meats ?"
"Yes. mum : six dozen cans ; that's all
was ordered, mum."
"And how is the stock ot other provis
ions, mciuamg groceries oi an Kiuuh x
;Got enough, mum, to last three months
easy, ana tne ice ana muKman uave prom-
ht alter aarK."
trover oievemuu a iju u gtitU.ion for hjs gtate. The next live oi the regular aays wwk, ,
ard Falling Cleveland the Hecondson uution lor n . in men are contented. There is no
of Wm. Cleveland, the silversmith. Jars ne se t son why the farmer who milks
Baltimore, studied theology at Prince- nfrY,ovu0j t.WnAinatnn " It He makes as good a p:
ton, and became a Presbyterian cler- J y pfprnft kJnff him mrt of the farm labor as o
gyman at WiDdliam, near norwusn, WRshinetoa and take and he baa no right to expect tne
in 1828. He med a daughter of Xce f Land Commissioner. He hired man wiU look at it m any other
Aonear,--,- accep'ed, and for nearly four years light.-Jetlorson v,oumy uuu.
preached discharged the duties of that post He - notes.
"county? H. J ?wL?GrS remaine'd in office one year longer than Farmer : The
Cltvfland vai ton in 1837. The tovtolm caae , censusS revealed some curious
taS name Was Stephen Grover sy with Land Officer Burch of Mls- Qje rf them & that abo t
Caeveland tart at an earlv age the Brct t S0advotannnJP :! one-th ird of ali the horses in this
Sen dropped, and the gov- very large tract of the best taw id m use.1 for pleasure, driving
S has been kno vn as Grover onri, and Burch wan ted to get a J. Me tw0.tnirds are em.
Cleveland. ?atent y0??S ployed for industiral purposes. As
ThTaovernor's parents had aine land ngbt. Heudricks cut ofi he P 7 n 000 000 toes ia
Ai.a ti oMpst. was the g"" ana 8ta7?a ln .omKa JUUS UUS"
,1UU'. ' . . -vt -Sr iiparH ATiH ripp.iried .uuu land claims, rv rru nn
ian minister at i?orestporc, in. x.; "wr;r V. V" .i. i oi tne peopie. j.utc io n"
Zym,became Mr, k floyt, an everTgefnot less than $250 each
CecU and Frederick were proprietors Trnrnnr iT 1860 That (and perhaps more; giv
of a popular winter resort at Nassau, date for governor m im Xtat mg 3 an aggregate
and H their five, at the burning of d?ai? SltoOO.OOO.OOO. Tto
cows or more, snouia
milking in good season.
good a pront on tnat
on anv otner
rrua f enrmVnrR nf tTiP. -Owing to failing health, it is stated
1WV,U6 vx "" th t -.r Thomas JNickerson will soon re-
Greely expedition as chronicled in tire from the presidency of the Mexican & Miller.
to-dWs telegrams will create a wide- nlral ranroaa. nis prouauie sua
spread sensation and universal feeling
of joy mingled with sorrow, joy at the
rescue, sorrow for the many brave
men who have been lost. The party
li ring and dead will soon arrive in
New York and their coming as well
the funeral of the brave dead,
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia
and Liver Complaint ? Shiloh's Vitalizer
is guaranteed to cure you. Sold by Eard
should be observed by fitting natural
ceremonies throughout the country.
Governor Crittenden' seems to have
put his foot in it again. He tele
graphed his congratulations to Cleve
land on his nomination the other day
and was imprudent enough to use the
editorial, "we" and now all the little
one horse editors are howling about his
usurpation of their exclusive right
to the use of the word as repre
senting the great state of Missouri.
Every manufacturing industry
which has yet opened in Sedalia has
proven a marked and rapid success,
and even her merchants who began
almost without capital have grown
wealthy. Why is it more attention is
not given to home industries ?
Some parties were in the city yester
day looking around with a view to
establishing a boot and shoe factory in
this city. Such an industry ought to
pay enormously here and it is to be
hoped it will be put in operation.
Sedalia is the center of the great
western fur and hide traffic why is it
a first class tannery is not opened ?
Every requisite and facility is cheap
has not yet been named. Why it Didn't.
The net earnings of the Louisville & He rcas looking over a Pennsylvania
Nashville for May were S474,976, against town a view of entering into businsss.
8479,118 for the same time last year, citizen accompanied him to post him on
The expenses for May, ibbi, were odi,ids, points and as they left the hotel a stranger
ana lor Aiay, asa, were sooo,ou. asked.
The circulars announcing the aDDoinU "By the way, who owns this hotel ?"
ments of H. C. Townsend as general pas "Why, the Standard Oil Company," vas
spnopr and ticket aent of the Missouri the reply.
Pacific and Frank Chandler as eeneral The same questions was asked about the
and ticket aeent of the Wabash, opera house, a toll bridge, a weekly newi-
were issued yesterday. PaPer an a market house, and the replies
There is no doubt about the genuine- were receivea.
f ,1; f 1 Wnhash : fnr is mere anyimug iu ims umu mm
uk ui iuc w - c. 1 j n:t r ,.'1 i
as IUB AaUSaS V-1I-r line ia wuuw.iui.ui n n it J 1 .
Already the freight and passenger depart- clutch ou ? finally asked the stranger.
mint-Jr mk& vmoVous Drenaratioiis "Why yes ; there s the Baptist Church
ments are making vigorous preparations
to fight the Missouri Pacific for the Kansas
Citv business, and every enort will be
made to make the Wabash the popular
line to that point.
The following Missouri Pacific and
Wabash appointments were announced yes
terdav: Mr. C. (j. xldy, to be general
eastern freight and passenger agent of the
Missouri Pacific at jNew York: B. B
Smith, jr.. Pacific Coast agent of the Mis
souri Pacific at San Francisco; H. B. Mc-
Clellan, general agent for the Wabash at
New York, and H. N. Garland, passen
ger $nd ticket agent for the Wabash at
A GRASPING CORPORATION.
" The rapacity of those eastern railroad
companies," remarked a Chicago lady who
had just returned from a visit to Massachu
setts, " is getting to be positively unendura
ble." "You must admit, however," put in
her friend, " that their passenger rates are
generally lower than those of our west
"But I don't allude to their passenger
rates," was the irritable reply.
" Explain yourself thenjl don't under
"Why, the baggage master at Boston
wanted to put my shoes in the baggage car
and charge for excess of weight."
Augusta, Ga., July 17. The agitation
arising out of the disturbance caused by
the negro excursionists of Sunday last,
has developed a very interesting case at
law. The facts are, in short, as follows :
'And how does it happen that the com
oanv missed it ?"
"Well, its mortgaged for four thousand
dollars, and it was cheaper for the Standard
to cive free Sunday excurions n the rail
road and draw the congregation out of
town. Wall Street 2$ew3.
Piles I Piles I ! Piles 1 1 1
Sure Gare for Blind, Bleeding and Itch
ins Piles. One box has cured the worst
cases of twenty years' standing. No one
need suffer five minutes afier us in? Wil
liam's Indian Pile Ointment Itbsorbs a
tumors, allays itching, acts as poultice,
gives instant relief. Prepared only for
Piles, itching of the private parts, nothing
else. Hon. J. M. Coffenbury, of Cleveland,
says : "I have used scores ot Pile cures,
and it affords me pleasure to say that!
have never found anything which gives
such immediate and permanent relief as
Dr. William's Indian Pile Ointment" Sold
bv drnggists and mailed on receipt of
price, 1. E. B. Hostetler. Sedalia, Mo.
The Portals of the Head,
the lips, allow the escape of a foul breath
when the teeth are coated with impurities
or falling into decay through neglect. If
you would not well nigh nauseate your
frends and inspire strangers with disgust,
rid your mouth of such Augean odors by
pjrifying your teeth with SOZODONT,
which, if they are not past redemption,
will revive their pristine whiteness, and re-
ic orce the shakier members of the dental
prmnrpii Anna, me eiutL, va iuc , , , , , -i . ims cuuu u v , uuxw
"fe DrHastings, missionary to 4'0000
Cevlon: William N. is a Presbyter- wsmpieu. v
nnn ilj .i;0 solely to contribute to tue enjoy menu
i SRft 7 (and perhaps more) giving our dnv-
; aLnriSi ng hrses n aggregate value of about
r aemocrauu AinAA nrin nnn Tlioan ta astound-
U.estea.usWpouri off .Baha- - - the " W
Bawn ; Susan is tne wife of L. You- tT Of the difierent methods of punish-
mans, and another sister, Kose, is un- --nei thte legiala. ing a horse
married. A , . zxa .,f onA fko more detestable than jerking it witn
When Grover Cleveland was three u oa " . and 5t 53 praoticea by many
new nouses at uuw cicuu . m . - ..i LA1oanian
thp united states oenaiur tuc im ----- o ,
vears old his father moved to Fayette- ?ew, houses at once
ville, and the boy was sent .to the TTim iS was ' the At the lealt provocation the Hnesare
academy at unnion. n- x., wuere uc - o , . , rrj tH ppApH brought iuto service m a wauuvt
got the V J J edc.ati0D- He tUtiSriSS calculated to tear the mouth of any
left school at lb ms lamer was too - :r7A A m innrp than horse, thus making it tenaer m tne
poor to send him to coilege, and he ? do htfle more Aan he
worked in the village grocery store ior - ' B rBnllH:nan punishment they receive, ana wneu
860 a year. , , M?L Za.. , riEv It beoonMS absolutely aewty toe
Upon the death ot his tamer ne "trtl - .t" -.n!r.n. is a Broper way and a more appro-
KrvPto'wC to dS priatepce to administer them than
u ,u.uT..o.. nflt;onal convention held in New py injuring mUu
tor tue onna, at lxinui avenue uuu
Thirty-fourth street. In may, 1855,
he took up his residence with his uncle
Lewis F. Allen, a breeder of fancy
stock, at Black Eock, 111., whom he
assisted in the publication of a herd
book. He determined to study law,
and begin at a salary of 84 a week, in
the office of Rogers, Bowen & Rogers,
at Buffalo, walking, rain or shine, to
the house oi his uncle, two miles dis
tant, often with scanty clothing. He
studied hard, amiO many privations,
and got about all' hi3 pleasures out of
his law books.
He was admitted to the bar in 1859,
and was appointed Assistant District
Attorney of Erie county in 1863.
He was drafted while serving his
term as Assistant District Attorney,
and furnished a substitute. At the
close of his term he was nominated
for the office of District Attorney of
Erie county, but was defeated by L.
K. Bass, republican.
He then engaged in extensive and
lucrative practice as a lawyer, and
was successively in partnership with I.
K. Vanderpool, A. P. Lansing, Oscar
Folsom, his former antagonist, L. K.
Bass, Wilson S. Bissell and George J.
He wa3 elected sheriff of Erie coun
ty in 1869. At the close of his term
as sheriff he resumed the practice of
law. Two years afterward he was
selected as the reform candidate for
mayor of Buffalo. The campaign was
a -vigorous one, and he was elected by
York city in 1868. New York's gt 0ne of the growing
delegates and all the northwest borse markets of the United States,
. . i i i ir i 3 . -
oacsea mm, out vjiiio uuKeu uvci an(j itg peculiar location gives pruuiwe
the traces, voted persistently for Lfp,ftn greater rate of increase in
Seymour, and finally, with the aid of the future. The receipts of horses at
the gallery gods, created a stampede. tjj6 nati0nal stock yards in 188 were
After leaving the senate, in 1869, 12,700 head, and in the first nine
he practised law in Indianapolis until ro(mths of 1883 the number reached
1872. He was then made the candi- igOO head. Prices for good horses
date for governor of the state, and arg booming all over the the west,
LSS mmhef a'ifpied Menwho & ?
the second place on the ticket headed fi5j&lR 5
oy air. xiiuen. to work from
lt Mil pCXHUti UUUA w
twelve to ntteen nours out oi evciy
A Remedy for Lunjr Diseases. tty.four, and think nothing of
Dr. Robert Newton, late president of the nr:Ty:Ia. hnroog are generally the cl
WM HAUS i5AiiqAX very exiensiveiy in xuxjg uuuio, v . .
his practice, as many of his patients, now the light labor of those who nanai8
living, and restored to health by the use them,
of this invaluable medicine, can amply
testify. He always said that so good a What a chance Joseph had to spec
remedy ought to be prescribed freely by uatein corn! with the full knowledge
every physician as a sovereign remedy in tj - a to overproduction
all cases of lung diseases. It cures Con- underproduction
sumption ana nas no equai ior bji peuw;j:i j ; , , - A . j
complaints. for the next seven, all he had to do
was to piay Dear tneurau bovcuj
A Case Not Beyond Help. and turn bull tne next seveu. u.jr
Dr. M. H. Hinsdale, Kenawee,BlM ad- Gould had a pointer like Joaepn ne
vises us of a remarkable cure of Consump- ould soon own the whole nation.
tion. He says: "A neignbors wile was
attacked with violent lung disease, and
pronounced beyond help from Quick Con
sumption. As'a last resort the family was
persuaded to try DR. WM. HALL'S BAL
SAM FOR THE LUNGS. To the aston
ishment ol all, by the time sh8 had used
one half dozen bottles she was about the
house doing her own work.
; W. D. STEELE
Attorney at Law,
OmraEoom No. 5 Porter3' Block.
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