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HE SEDATJA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1884.
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fteaty, sad address
J. TCIfe GOODWIN.
On the democratic side this cam
paign is not going to be one of non
sense and noise, but of sober sense
and serious work. The supporters of
Cleveland will make their appeal to
the reason of the voters will put the
facts of the situation before them in
perfect confidence that their verdict I
SHE WANTED A HORSE.
And Got the Advice 8he Wanted
From the Intelliffedt Horse
TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1884.
Who is to be the grand mogul and
district boss next week at the conven
tion ? m X
Hon. Jno. T. Heard seems to be
making it decidedly lively for some of
The opposition to John T. Heard
in this county would like to assume
the role of a martyr.
The prospect for crow diet for a
good many "organs" in this congres
sional district seems to be looming up
with a flattering unction.
Good day, sir.
A young lady stood beside the horse
will be in favor of Buch a change of reporter's desk. J came up here, she
methods as can only be secured by a because I often read in the Trib-
J J imp nana takps it. about nprmlfi that
change of men. vou 2;7e information to. Pana savs
x can nave a norse, ana one oi inose
There is one thing more desirable 8Weefc lifcde Wont it
than displays of "enthusiasm" and iuat lovelv?
that is satisfaction. The one
manufactured, the other cannot. It
is easy to hire a brass band to buy
powder for salutes, and there are al
ways orators anxious to air their
The horse reporter subscribed, by
an mclmation of his head, to the en
trancing nature of the prospect allud
And I want to find out, she contin
ued, just what sort of a horse I ought
rhetoric, so that a good counterfeit to b? BaP doeDt now
of genuine enthusiasm can always be I Pvf ot o do whoie -thin
naa cheap for cash. J3ut solid satis i suppose that vou want a horse
faction, the approval of honest minds that you can drive yourself?
I -v -m m mt m .
IB Tint, tn Ka hnr? tVir onv nmnnnt. nf xes. Ana it must nave its tail
... I smmrf litft thnsft at trip ranPH
I T CiwU w bUWTO iVCljr llbblb UUtCCO
or it does not come at all.
JOHN BROWN'S JURY.
Longevity of the Men Who
victed the Great Abolitionist.
that ran last luesday i the cute
things. I won a box of candy on that
delicious little Wanda. Isn t she
splendid ? Do you think I could get
You don't want a Tace horse
said the horse reporter, you want one
you can drive. You can get a bay
filly with her tail banged, though,
A t. fho time nf tho rlftofTi TVk I Ann t.riat will answpr thft Hpsnrintinn
xtwuttiug uurreiiuy reporieu Brown's iaUer. CaDtain John A. of Wanda pretty well.
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dynamiters nave jomea tne uiaiae I Avi3, of Charlestown, W. Va., Uetawhat ?
party. That's all rishtso loner as the wntes a correspondent of the Cincm- A bay nlly.
shoot nothine but ballots. natl inquirer, sKetcnes or nis lite ap-1 wnaiaa nuy i js u a new una oi
I J - - 1 X1 L - 1 I U own hnl-r nnU.Av. k
I peareu m several oi our cny journals-1 uuito, auu oic tuc aaouiuutiuic i
Which one of the conorreaaional nan statins also that but one of the mrv. A hlly, replied the reporter, "is a
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Mtnq if nnminq onri jantaA ;0 men ot that celebrated trial was still giri norse.
litnixr of Q;i living, The writer, satisfied that Oh, said the young lady, blushing
likely to do most to advance the m- nofc ft an . violentl d u think pg
icrcoiB Ul IUC UiatriUl. vpot? era t on onH bottpti nnf nf flia hP.ttPr frfit a tlllV
Let Pettis county look to her home tT-lve a? yet -7'1D a .PUI3u(iDg 5,!? W'Lu iS 1
interests m choosing state and C0Untv. The foreman of the mrv. Oh yes. I want a sweet little
national officers in the coming election, John" C. Whitshire, Esq., was a horsey that won't kick, or run away,
if she does not she may be sure others farmer, who personally managed his or anything line that, lhat would
will not. nne estate untu nis aearn, at tne age ue peneuuy ternuie. uny, xeue
ot sixty-eight, lie lett two sons, up- Jones naa a periecuy cnarmmg litue
Let Pettis county see to it that her right citizens of the community, one donkey last summer, and the nasty
Heard is heard from in trie r.nnrpn. serving several terms as nine tning weni rignt into ine nower-
finn HHP will TiPTfPr harm noiTea .ivuvj auiix Wx m WUUV.(. rww , 2 T . .
be ashamed ot having sent him tokwiimi lifp nn ni ln qt. thp ntra and a horrid noliceman said she
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Dust, the oldest member, is still living ate up a lot of begonias and things,
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a retirea me on nis iana at tne age anu a uumu punuemau eaiu sue
of eighty-seven. His life was in ought to get married and practice on
Sedalia should have a United StateB several time during the late her husband a year or two before fry-
war A tcrtprp I nnifiTpr lipqinntr Hia-1 mn to drive a real aonkev- WflSIl t
post office budding, could she take a tinction, placed his revolver to the he mean ?
better plan to get it than to see that old man's breast and fired. His The scholarly forehead of the horse
one of her own sons goes to congress to daughter knocked the muzzle of the reporter was again inclined m an
represent her interests. weapon to one side and thus saved affirmative manner.
I UIS Hie. ( xluu mi, wuuuucu iuc juuu Iauj
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The Bazoo is in receipt of a pro- TF w . oyer is a wagon-maKer, x 7 UTUBB7"B b wm uu
r I c fill lmtnra anH nKbin of hint I lllAr. WnRTPCPr I WtTlT. hlTll Tf flQ CnnTl
gramme of the Saline county fair, to flfc the ae of 62. re a ftt Us he finds it out. And it must be a
be held Sept. 2 to 6 inclusive at Mar- Methodist and leader in his church, bay horse with a square tail, and have
shall, Mo. It promises to be one of Jacob J. Miller i3 a farmer, still livine white harness.
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the best fairs ever held in the state, at the age of 67. He is an elder m lhey are not growing harnesses
... the Presbyterian Uhurch and one of with horses tnis year, said the horse
Butler has a Cleveland club, Ne- the staid men of the community, reporter. "They used to do it, but it
vada has a Cleveland club, Moberly Thomas Osbourn, also a farmer, hav- is cheaper to let the horses grow up,
T J I IDS: PUl DIB name 10 me O Dll CailOnS I anu iucu uavu iuc uamc uxaue.
uoa uicvciauu ' pV. , WW0 foanrc r,m Whv. of nonrsP.! PnlaimPil t.llA
hs a Ueveiand club, Kansas Oity has hivin2with his son t an advanced young lady. I ought to have known
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a vieveiana cmo duc oeaana nas age. William Keighstine, a Mer- better tnan mat. wny, vfen. ijrant
none. cnanc iauor, is srm in nis native town waa a uurutauiiuici , waau l uc i uu.
in this county. He is over 70. John thars how he came to be president. I
When Sedalia secures the state capi- Timberlake and John C. Clure, far- remember papa saying that no matter
tal and a Government nosfe offine. shp mers, are still living and lollowing now numoie a siauon a man got on at
their occupation in the county. Thos. he might attain any honor in this
us ;L7" Watsonjr., and George W. Tabb, country.
miuig uuuu iuat wui caiuuuau uei farmers. and Joseph Mvers and Wm. wen. urant was not a narnessma
ioremost oi an miana towns or tne A Mortin, carnage-makers, are dead. &er, saia tne norse reporter, aua your
state. Yet all lived to ripe old ages, eniovmg papa didn t say anymmg about a man
the respect and esteem of their fellow getting on at a station, rrospenty
TT Ml ?i 1 i1 il iT . f i ?11 I To.--.' - Mi no1 n.n
now wiu it oe witn tnose organs citizens. Jirom me ioregoing it win u i a wuiuau uam.
that have so often and so bitterlv be seen that the average age of this W ell, perhaps he didn t, but any
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pronounced their anathema vLponUL waa UULJttr
John Brown's scaffold has been
lately taken down from a porch into
which it was built after the execution,
and cut up into relics for sale. Gen
A Large Number of Oosgrove's
Friends at Work in
liooklnff for a wife Notes and
Personals by the Bazoo's
that there ia no cholera in Paris yet, and
the city is unusually healthy.
The president has appointed James E
Putnam, of Idaho, regidter of the land
office at Cceur de Alene, Idaho, and James
Legate, of Kansas, receiver of public
monies at tne same place.
ADVICES FEOit SCHLEY.
The following telegram from Comman
der Schley was received at the navy de
partment this afternoon:
St. Johns, July 18, 1884.
To Hon. Wm. E. Chandler, secretary of
Iron caskets for the dead will be deliv-
erea jmy zotn. As soon as tne remains
are transferred to them I will sail for New
rest for the officers and men alter their in-
Boon vi lie. July 19. Correapondenca.
In religious circles the event of the past
week has been the ordination services at
the Episcopal ohurch, which closed last
ninrVit anrl nf orlitMi an cnAnnnl Viaa Vuxnn
sent the azoo. The congressional fight m;u n"cu lcau(
haa Kaar. tho tonlo f Pnnvorotlnn Tr. KSl 10T We OmCerS 3DQ men 2LlU
KtTnal nJi-Moa onrl a trar oro9t tntort nac CtSSSnt UHor and peril during the l&St Six
fri Tiio v.;nY, n ty days is most welcome to them, lour
fmm flu', ritr tn Arrna l?lr chmi far lexezram ana mai oi Acuns oecreiarv
..ij flntt,0:.et; tt, Admiral Nichols, gave us great satisfac-
T7ii;i .tu u. nf o r,,imw nf Pc- "on. jriease accept our manKS ior mem
. . . n . I n rMnt In tho niommir nt lha riaan nn
day. The ratification meeting last Mon- uua4U "as auiFi Auaot UUiiU
day night was a signal success, trotien up r w e
hnrMpH v htr (ho vnnntr Homnnraotr it I luitutu i n.w.
anliTVcn1 tli q mntl eonmitna arnanlsfinnc I VJOmmSnQer.
Tho ratna inis Txroolr hova Kaon rnth thnn I RETATiTATION,
a.mu, .u.uj ij nwn m.u nvvu fcuuu I r, rn . . ,
canilc nf nnllrc tn P.nnnr nnnntv formprc J-fle Oiar 53yS : 1U6 president naS nOiyei
The corn is growing like Jonah's gourd.
HE WANTED A WIFE.
A good story is related of a certain
Pittsburg to be chief of the bureau of labor
statistics and has not yet determined to do
so. jarrett made very disparaging re-
era into the United States.
printer of this city. While going home parks in regaH to the president in a pub-
. a I lin trooh at Pitlshnvn anH ia in Honfra. AT
last Sunday afternoon in company with a t - .T " V-
Boonville tinner, both of whom being in a losiDS the P3lti:,n whlch was wlthm hls
rather fuddled condition, the printer re- 6 F
marked CONSIDERING THE CHOLEEA
"I I I am a widow and I w-w-want & The session of the cabinet to-dav was de-
wife." voted mainly to considering the best meth
"A widower, yon mean," said his com- od of preventing the introduction of chol-
"Yea, a what-vou-call-it. Pm getting
good wages and I want to s-s-s-set-
tle down, and get married. Do you know
of anv will widow who wonlH hn.vA mp ?"
"I know that very woman," replied Mr.
"Will you take me to see her?"
"inai's wnai rn do." and with more
talking the two waddled off to the resi
dence of a very respectable widow lady of
mis city, and tne typo was ushered into
her presence by the hardware man who
Mr. Printer made his wishes known in a
very few words, and the only reply he re
ceived from the amored lady was a whack
over the head with a broom stick and an
admonition to make himself scarce, which,
fearing more serious consequences, he did.
ihe printer is still in his forlorn condition
and open to proposals.
Jonn Barlow Makes an At
tempt to Rape the Person
of Rosa Butcher.
The Prompt Action of the Woman
Prevents Him Carrying out
Dr. Edwards, of New Palestine,
Miss Emma Reed, of OlterviUe,
been visiting in Jefferson City.
Mrs. A. B.Thornton has returned from
her visit to Butler, Bates county.
Mr. George A. Moser, of the Eepub-
The Bazoo is ever ready to protect the
mnocient and show to the world the vil
lianous work of foul-hearted -scoundrels
and it now becomes its duty to chronicle a
case wherein the principals would come
under the above lines.
Some years ago a German girl married
a man named .Butcher. They resided
in Kansas and lor a time all went well.
Finnally, however, Batcher deserted her.
going to neorassa, wnere ne now is. one
came to Sedalia and took up her residence
with John Cooley, on Jefferson street, the
the city to look after the impounding of
stock. She remained there until yesterday,
when she started
bolters from the party after next week
should they fail to secure their
If Pettis county will show the sagie eral Robert Patterson's army carried
intelligent business like activity in away m 1861 a large locust tree on
looking after her socialinterests as has which they believed John Brown was
, , , . . , hung, but the whereabouts of the
been shown m looking after her scagld wask ta secret m the close
maiviGuai mieresis sne win soon oe of the war.
the "Indianapolis" of Missouri.
Sedalia is the representative town
of all central Missouri. Let her aim
to be such a representative as its in
telligent and progressive people shall
be proud of. Let partisan policy
give place to practical progress. 1
Not Holes Only.
Other plasters have holes, but Benson's
Capcine Porous Plasters alone have genuine
healing virtues. 25c
Let the representatives of the peo
ple of this district go into the conven
with clean hands, refusing to listen to
those who have axes to grind, and se
lect the candidate whom their calm to fool me."
ludemeHt decides best suited to serve "But Pa wn7 do you think
the interests of the people.
Kissing in Pittsburg.
Irate Pittsburg parent "this thing
has got to stop."
"Sweet, sixteen "What pa?"
"You have been allowing young
Nicefellow to kiss you."
"Oh pa !"
" Ye3 you have : you need not trv
til rfnn'f fhlnb- I knA TTn
kissed you all over the moutn and on
&br11?A.'fi vnnno demnp.rflp.v rinvA nnf. both cheeks.
Sa La "Why, pa, you were not there,
iieuuu iucj uwro w wgmi Jt jNo, x wa3 not there, but 1 am
victory worth having was ever yet ob- here. I see that there isn't a bit of
tained without labor and effort. If soot left on your face below your
fV.?c nr. ioreheaa.
oaism thev can only .do it by sood WILL YOU SUFFER with Dvsoensia
j: land Liver Complaint ? Shiloh's Vitalizer
. is guaranteed to cure you. Sold by Bard
victual nieniDer or tne party . & Miller.
way, I want a white harness, and
blue ribbon on the whip. It will be
just too lovely and the young lady
sat bacK m ner cnair ana ior a mo
ment silently contemplated the ec
static vision thus conjured up. Then
she said: wnat snail x can my
Have you decided to get a filly ?
Well, there are plesty of good
names. How doe3 Beatrice strike
0, that would be elegant. And
then I could call her Trixy for short,
couldn't I ?' It will be simply rav
ishing to have that dear, darling
little horse, and a cunning cart with
yellow wheels, and I think you're
awfully good to tell me all about it.
And will there be an item in next
Sunday's paper that Mis3 Lillian
Smith appears daily on the boule
vard driving a beautiful bay filly.
Yes, we'll have an item prepared.
And will it be in the society news ?
No; "we'll put it on the editorial
page where it will attract more at
tention. Oh! You're just lovely. You
must let me take you out riding some
Thanks, said the horse reporter,
but I love life with the strong, cling
ing love of buoyaut youth and 1
have seen women drive.
tSTAll Ladles Should Know that
Hoods, scarfs, ribbons and all fancy arti
cles can be made any color wanted with
Diamond Dyes. All the popular colors.
Ten cents at druggists. None equals them.
Wells, iSichardson a uo., Jsuriwgion, vt. ;
lican, is celebrating his silver wedding, in gentleman who is at present engaged by
lronton, mo., to-day.
Henry Hcltman came back from St.
Charles county without getting married,
wonder it it was his fault.
Mr. A. J. Davis, of Bloomfield, Iowa,
visited Boonville this week. Mr. Davis is
an enthusiastic Weaver man.
Miss Ada Williams, of Paris, Mo.,
who has been visiting Miss Lillian Mach-
ette, will return home Monday.
Mrs. Mattie Simonds, of Otterville,
has returned home from a prolonged visit
in ot. unanes county, tnis staie.
Charles B. Adams carried off the de
gree of B. L. from the University of Vir
ginia, where he attended school l&st year.
OUT TO LOOK FOB WORK.
She had secured a position at a restaur
ant and went out to look for the place.
febe wandered around by the posiomce and
here met John Barlow. Of him she in
quired the way to the restaurant, at the
same time telliug him that she was lookin
for work. Barlow told her that she nee
not go any farther to look for employment
as he was in search oi a girl to
KEEP HOUSE FOB HUT.'
Mrs. Butcher saw nothing wrong in go
iog to his house and as he told her there
iroc anntfior fomilr in t Vi a hnneo ivkava Via
Eld. W. P. Davis and G. W., Phillips, liTed she accompanied him hither. On the
of this county, attended an important wav he talked to her with a tongue as sweet
meeting oi me unnsuan cnurcn ai wnum- as any girlrs but ag deadly M the
bia recently. fansrs. Arriving at his honse. on
Mrs. Leonard Neal, of St. Louis, and St. Louis street, near the old i&s house, he
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ner sister, iuliss wiiuamson, oi xtocne- opened the door and nade her enter. As
port, Boone county, are visiting Mrs. Geo. she was crossing the threshold he caught
W. Koontz, in Boonville. her by the arm, shut the door, and pulling
Kev. and Mrs. J. H. Gauss, of Mexico, her into a room,
Mo , iormeriy ot urownsvnie, are visiting fobced heb back upon a bed.
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relatives in tnis cny. air. urauss leaves as Then and not till then did the unfortn
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a missionary ior .Brazil in a iew weess. nate woman realize what his villianons de-
There was a very pleasant social gath- signs were, and while he was endeavoring
. it ?j r -r t? m tt I . , t . , r . .
ering ai me resilience oi iuib. r. x. xvtmper io accompnsn nis vne purpose sne ioughl
in this city last Thursday night, given in and screamed so loud as to frustrate his
honor of Miss Clara Thompson, of plans. Breaking away from him she fled
Columbia. who is visiting Miss from the house and proceeded to Mr. Cool
Grace Kemper. When Miss Clara leaves eyTs, where she made known what had hap
she will leave an aching void in several pened. dhe then went to police headquar
Boonville boys1 hearts. ters and swore oat a warrant for his arrest
MiscEivLANEons matters. The information charged him with a mis-
Mr. John P. Neef is putting an elegant demeanor, by
new front to his store and makinz a num- iUu xt
hpr nf imnrovements on the interior. The warrant was placed in the hands of
,Tf, nnl hnflr will mPPt nprt Afnn. .lDe Pllce ana " wa? nqiiong Deiore uar-
day to fill the vacancies in me list of pub- T,a....eiy . . . o an., -
lie school teachers for the ensuing session. LT loTffT ZiTZL
While Col Hutchison Was speaking at I wnnlrl ;f and annrl for bi? nnnpnrflnrp tbic
4 Vi r OtaTTalaTK q ti r? Hand tm nlrc' t fifirafinn I it t i
meeting last Monday night au inebriated Barl0w is the husband of the woman
Blaine man walked up and told the Lolo- wt,rt Rwt time ntm c.nmmUieA sninMo
nel to'go to hell 'That's your country by jun,pjD into a well. Thsre is not the
my friend," retorted the speaker. slightest doubt but what he fully intended
There are quite a number ot neat resi- n,n tapf tttp wnvix
o . T . I onH tht ho vt-nn IH havo cunroortorl hit fry
Charlie Vollrath, oh High street, making hHfi!LVJI!? CiT:
fourm the past few months on that street
and one on Sixth street owned by Frank
Mirehoffer, There are very few vacant
lots in Boonville and those Are valued very
It is understood that a state warrant will
be sworn out for him this morning on this
charge, and that it will be served on
him as soon as the city is done with his
case, it is to oe nopea mat ne win not get
off with a light fine, but that he will be
given the full extent of the Jaw. An ex
ample 3hould be made of him so that those
who make brutes of themselves, and are in
clined to follow in his footsteps, may take
GBEELY TO 00 TO MAINE.
Washington, July 18. Bear Admiral
Nichols, acting secretary of the navy, and warning of what
jren. nazen, cniei siuai oiacer, nsu a rau- jg j STOBE FOB THE3T.
!t!.Df?A:"BI J""! " o"S.1".u There ia great indienstioa thronghout
r. .n m. n nnl Hat lor nrpnar tft xic7 '"""'6 '.VU!'
can join them at Portland if so desired. hat he wai anything feut a
au.vir. runi,ai. pleasant nusoand, dui as circumstances
The treasnrv department has purchased nointed to suicide, nothing was done about
n rn . f.. J.K. 4 41 I . T n. V 4 V. n 4 U
JOOO,VAU ounces oi suyci iui ucuvci, at me i me msiier. xiun wi uc ucm uxxu. appre-
Philadeldhia, JNew Urleans and isan i?ran- hended in me act oi committing one of the
Cisco mints, most fiendish crimes Known to American
toll be 0B3EBVED, history, may he be made to pay the full
The secretary of state today received a penalty.
cable from Consul-General Walker, at
Paris, acknowledging the receipt of a san- CATAKRH CUREp, health and sweet
itarv telegram, and saying it had been sent breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Eeme-
o Jdavre, Uordeaux and Marseilles, ne aj. rrice ou ceuus. xasai miector iree.
urther says, it will be strictly observed 1 Sold by Bard cc Miller.
NOTES, PERSONALS, FASHIONS
The man who can govern a woman
can govern a nation. Balzac.
The mistake of many women is to
return sentiment for gallantry. Jouy.
It is easier to make all Europe
agree than two women. Louis XIV.
God created the coouette aa soon as
He made the fool. Victor Hugo.
Woman is a charming creature,
who changes her heart as easily as her
Who takes an eel by the tail or a
woman at her word soon finds he holds
How many wpuli laugh at the
funeral ot their husbands if it were
not a custom to weep ?
Women deceived by men want to
marry them ; it is a Kind of revenge
as good aa any other. Beaumanoir.
An asp would render its sting more
venomous by dipping it into the heart
of a coquette. Poincelot.
Rascal ! That word on the lips of a
woman, addressed to a too darling
man, often means angels.
We meet in society many attractive
women whom we would fear to make
our wives. D'Harleville.
A woman who pretends to laugh at
love is like the child who sings at night
when he is afraid. J. J. Rousseau.
Women swallow at one mouthful
tho lie that flatters and drink drop by
drop a truth that is bitter. Dideroi.
A lady at Morrilton, Ark., is the
lively widow of eleven husbands. The
eligible bachelors of that town think
seriously of fleeing to the north.
Captain George A. Perkins, U. S,
N., who married a daughter of the
late William F. Weld, of Boston, re
ceived with his wife a fortune of
Lord Beaconsfield said: "Few
great men have flourished who, were
they candid, would not acknowledge
the vast advantage they have experi
enced in the early years of their
career from the spirit and sympathy of
"Papa's Home To-night," is the
title of a new song. So the old man
has yielded at last. Let's see, it must
be about fifteen years since they began
to coax with him "Father, Dear
Father, Come Home." Burlington
The army of the Tennessee will
meet at Lake Minnetonka, August 13
and 14. General Sherman will pre
side and General Grant has promised
to be present, and will probably de
liver his farewell address to the army
and the people.
They got mad at each other on the
way home from school, and as one of
them turned in at Winsor street she
called out : "Hump ! Who cares for
you! We are going- to have the
electric light in our house." "You
dasn't Vs "Whv ?" "'Cause it would
show the pimples on your mother's
William H. Vauderbilt is not the
richest man in the world; the Colony
of Victoria has a man who is worth
8200,000,000, and his wealth ia
rapidly increasing. This lucky man
is a Lord Rupertswood. By his
father's will he fell heir to 2,500,000
merino sheep, 300,000 cattle and
3,000,000 acres of freehold lands,
besides a leasehold of crown lands in
England of equal area. By care and
thrift he has doubled his inheritance,
making it considerably over $200,000,
000. His residence in Melbourne is
said to be the most magnificent place
in the world. It cost 4,000,000.
Pretty chenille scarfs have colored
roses worked into them.
Elaborate wrap3 in white or black
brocade have the n'gures outlined with
gold or silver thread.
Newport scarfs are of soft silk,
Btriped in Oriental colors. Others
are in rich hues and still others in the
exquisite pale tints.
One of the new mantles in black
lace is trimmed with velvet and Moor
ish embroidery carried down the back
in most peculiar design.
Coverings of white brocaded velvet
are secured at the throat and back of
waist with pearl clasps and finished
with ruffles Of white lace.
Pretty garments of pale blue and
pink or cream nun's veiling, with a
choice design of colored roses running
through it, are worn by young girls
as entertainment wraps.
THAT HACKING COUGH can be so
quickly cured by Shiloh's cure. Sold by
Bard & Miller.
A Bad Bloom.
Pittsburg, July 18. Henry Bloom, a
Baltimore & Ohio express messenger has
been arrested for stealing a package con
taining ten thousand dollars.
Taken ud by William M. Lee, living in Bowl-
insxreen township, in Pettis county. Missouri and
in the abote written township and county, discrib-
ed as follows : One bay mare, vaiuea at nuy aoi-
lars ; ten or eleven years oia ;acout niteen ana a
half hands high; a few white hairs scattered oyer
her neck and body: barefooted and mane shows
collar mark. Appraised by
II. 31. Wood.
W, C. HOLMAN.
July the 16;h.day, 18S4. 7-22 w 3fc.